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Sprint Shuffles Senior Management; New Subscribers Top Estimates

Sprint Corp. is shuffling its top ranks ahead of the proposed $26.5 billion merger with T-Mobile US Inc., with Chief Executive Officer Marcelo Claure becoming executive chairman and Chief Financial Officer Michel Combes taking over as CEO by the end of May.

Quitting Iran Deal a Bad Idea But Not End of World, Rice Says

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal would send a message that the U.S. doesn’t stick to its commitments but wouldn’t be devastating to national security.

After Four Hours With Trudeau, Suncor’s CEO Is Confident on Trans Mountain

After meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for about four hours last month, Suncor Energy Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Williams said he’s more confident than ever that the major pipeline projects proposed for western Canada will be built.

Runway Lights Baffled Pilots on Night of San Francisco Near-Miss

Construction lights were so bright they were confusing to pilots who tried to land at night in July 2017 when a fatigued Air Canada crew almost struck four aircraft on the ground in San Francisco, according to preliminary reports.

A Rare Treasury Yield-Curve Trade Emerges After Fed Decision

The Federal Reserve’s interest-rate decision sparked a move in the U.S. yield curve that’s been virtually absent of late.

GM's Electric Bolt Slows While Tesla Model 3 Sales Pick Up Speed

General Motor Co.’s Bolt electric car may be feeling some heat from Tesla Inc.’s Model 3, now that production of Elon Musk’s sedan is finally starting to ramp up.

Cambridge Analytica Shuts All Operations After Facebook Scandal

Cambridge Analytica, the political-consulting firm at the center of a data-collection and privacy scandal, said it’s shutting down all operations and has begun insolvency proceedings in the U.K.

Spring Scorcher Has U.S. Northeast Burning Most Gas in 4 Years

Blistering heat in the middle of spring is poised to volley power plants’ demand for natural gas in the U.S. Northeast to the highest in at least four years.

Ex-CEO Faces Third Trial Over Insider Tip to Ex-Orioles Fielder

Despite two whiffs, the U.S. will get a third chance to win an insider-trading conviction against the former chief executive officer of a Southern California medical supply company.
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