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T-Mobile CEO John Legere

The DOJ reportedly pours cold water on Sprint and T-Mobile’s merger

A planned merger between two of the US's largest telecoms companies has run aground after DOJ concerns seemed to scuttle Sprint and T-Mobile's plans.

Boeing shareholders are suing the company, claiming it put safety at risk in a reckless pursuit of profits that ended in the 2 fatal 737 Max crashes

Boeing 'effectively put profitability and growth ahead of airplane safety and honesty,' the filing at a Chicago federal court said.

Boeing shares are sliding after Ethiopia points the finger at the airline over 737 Max crashes

Boeing is facing mounting pressure over its flight safety systems with its shares tumbling as investors react to fresh allegations.
Ronaldo's hat-trick sent Juventus into the quarter finals and its shares soaring.

Juventus’s shares are soaring after Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick took the team into the final 8 of the Champions League

Juventus shares are soaring after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick to keep the Italian soccer team in the Champions League.

Boeing crash woes set to wipe $21 billion off market cap, dragging Dow lower, after China and Ethiopia to ground some 737s

Boeing shares are set to fall at least 9%, dragging Dow futures, after crashes involving the 737 MAX 8 aircraft led China and Ethiopia to ground that model.
Christian Sewing, the new CEO of Deutsche Bank, speaks at the Deutsche Bank annual shareholders' meeting on May 24, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. Shareholders, frustrated by years of poor performance by Deutsche Bank, are calling for Achleitner to step down.

Deutsche Bank’s malaise goes deeper than its tumbling share price

Deutsche Bank's descent into becoming the sick man of the European banking market has been a bumpy ride.

Juventus shares are tanking after Ronaldo’s side suffered a major Champions League blow

It was more than Juventus's players that came unstuck after a difficult night in Madrid translated into a major issue for the club's share price.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has railed against the credit ratings industry, while short sellers are piling into bearish bets.

Wall Street and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on the same side for once — they’re piling skepticism onto the credit-ratings firm Equifax

The credit-score industry has also lured short-sellers, sending bearish bets in Equifax to a 17-month high.

PG&E’s $30 billion in potential liabilities is worrying debt holders who fear they won’t be paid

Trading figures for PG&E signal that investors fear losses as a result of the company's exposure to $30 billion in liabilities for its role in the fire.