A sharp decline in Chinese stocks set the tone for the tech-driven drop.
A senior banker called Goldman Sachs’s whistle-blower hotline, a rare dissent by a partner at the firm. His superiors, including the next chief executive, told him to relax.
Ajit Pai said he wanted a judge to review aspects of the deal, an about-face for a chairman whose policy changes have seemed to mostly benefit the broadcast company.
The move comes as United States and European leaders grow increasingly skeptical of Chinese deals, often citing concerns about national security.
In the wake of last season’s demoralizing loss in the deciding game of the league championship series, Los Angeles’ WNBA team began training camp late last month needing a spark. No, literally, they needed a Spark. Only three of their players showed up. In what has become the WNBA’s annual rite...