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Why Big Business Can’t Get Enough of the World Cup, Scandal and All

The World Cup in Qatar, which started this week, has been plagued by controversy — and yet companies and countries are tripping over themselves to be part of the show.

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T. Rowe Price Raises Concerns About News Corp’s Merger With Fox

T. Rowe Price, the largest owner of News Corp after the Murdoch family, says the deal risks undervaluing News Corp.

Manchester United Owners Consider Sale of Storied Club

The Glazer family has hired advisers to weigh its options for the multibillion-dollar soccer club, which it has owned since 2005.

Losses Pile Up in FTX Bankruptcy Turmoil

The crypto exchange’s founder, Sam Bankman-Fried, says the company suffered a $51 billon collapse in collateral, but he thinks filing for Chapter 11 was a mistake.

Billions of Dollars Are at Stake in a Puzzling Holiday Shopping Season

It promises to be unpredictable, with retailers and consumers still figuring out how much will be spent and on what kinds of goods.

Genesis, the Troubled Crypto Lender, Hires a Restructuring Adviser

The firm has been under pressure from its creditors since the crypto exchange FTX began to unravel this month.

As Elon Musk Cuts Costs at Twitter, Some Bills Are Going Unpaid

Mr. Musk and his advisers are examining all types of expenses at Twitter. Some of the social media company’s vendors have gotten stiffed.

Elon Musk’s Twitter Role Puts Tesla Board Under New Scrutiny

Corporate governance experts say the electric-car maker’s directors may need to rein in the chief executive, with whom many have personal ties.

Caída de FTX: ¿qué sigue ahora?

El dramático colapso de la bolsa de criptomonedas sigue repercutiendo en todo el sector.

Bob Iger’s Return to Disney Shocks a Discontented Kingdom

After Bob Chapek, the departing chief executive, tried to put a sunny spin on a disastrous earnings report this month, senior Disney leaders began talking about resigning.

What Elon Musk Is Doing to Twitter Is What He Did at Tesla and SpaceX

Firing people. Talking of bankruptcy. Telling workers to be “hard core.” Mr. Musk has repeatedly used those tactics at many of his companies.

Investors Cheer C.E.O. Leadership Shakeup at Disney

Shares in the entertainment giant climbed more than 9 percent in premarket trading on Monday following the ouster of chief executive officer Bob Chapek.

Can Big Tech Get Bigger? Microsoft Presses Governments to Say Yes.

Microsoft’s $69 billion deal for Activision Blizzard, which is undergoing reviews in 16 countries, has become a test for whether tech giants can buy companies amid a backlash.

Inside Gary Gensler’s SEC Campaign to Rein In the Crypto Industry

Gary Gensler, the chair of the S.E.C., is at the center of a reckoning over the future of cryptocurrency after the implosion of FTX.

News Corp Investors Raise Concerns About Proposed Merger With Fox

Concerned that a merger would undervalue News Corp, investors are asking a special committee of independent board members to look more skeptically at the proposal.

Elon Musk Reinstates Trump’s Twitter Account

Mr. Musk, who had asked Twitter users about whether to bring back the former president to the service, said, “The people have spoken.”

What Is Next for the FTX Fallout?

The dramatic collapse of the crypto exchange continues to reverberate throughout the industry.

Elizabeth Holmes Is Sentenced to More Than 11 Years for Theranos Fraud

Ms. Holmes was convicted in January of four counts of fraud for deceiving investors with claims about her blood testing start-up Theranos.