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DealBook Briefing: Qualcomm Violated Antitrust Law

The company suppressed competition in the smartphone chip market and then charged excessive licensing fees, a federal judge has ruled.

DealBook Briefing: What a Digital Iron Curtain Could Mean for Tech

A grace period in corporate America’s freeze-out of Huawei might not help the tech company very much.

DealBook Briefing: Tech’s Cold War Just Started

Google, Qualcomm and Broadcom are among the companies that have reportedly frozen their supply of components and software to Huawei.

DealBook Briefing: Inside the Fall of the Trade Deal

President Xi Jinping misjudged President Trump’s eagerness for a deal — and how far he could push the American negotiators.

DealBook Briefing: How Uber Bombed

The story of Uber’s disappointing I.P.O. is a tale of mismanaged expectations with plenty of blame to go around.

DealBook Briefing: The Forever Trade War?

Tariffs first looked like a temporary bargaining tool. Now they’re starting to look like the new normal.

DealBook Briefing: The Tit-for-Tat Trade War Gets Hotter

The U.S.-China trade war intensified yesterday as Beijing and Washington outlined plans to increase tariffs on each other’s goods.

T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Wins Approval of F.C.C. Chairman

Ajit Pai said the companies had secured his support by making what he called “significant commitments” to expand rural broadband service, build a robust 5G network and sell off Boost Mobile.

Book Entry: Review: ‘Power Trip’ Ably Guides Us Through the History of Energy

Michael E. Webber’s new book examines humanity’s relationship to energy over time and how each transition affected not just what we produce but how we live.

Facebook’s A.I. Whiz Now Faces the Task of Cleaning It Up. Sometimes That Brings Him to Tears.

Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.

Amazon to Invest in Deliveroo, a Rival to Uber in Food Delivery

The $575 million investment strengthens one of the biggest overseas rivals to Uber’s food-delivery division, which the ride-hailing company considers a key business.

Luckin Coffee, Chinese Rival to Starbucks, Jumps in Its U.S. Trading Debut

The successful initial public offering by the rising coffee company bucks the recent trend of weakness among tech start-ups in China.

Pinterest Posts Narrower Loss, but Falls Short of Wall St. Estimates

The digital pinboard company’s stock price tumbled in after-hours trading after its first earnings report as a public company.

Europe Fines 5 Banks $1.2 Billion for Their Roles in Foreign Exchange Cartels

Traders at Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group and the Royal Bank of Scotland engaged in anti-competitive behavior, the European Commission found.

How the Promise of a $120 Billion Uber I.P.O. Evaporated

Uber’s offering was supposed to be a crowning moment for the ride-hailing company. But it suffered setback after setback and ultimately resulted in pointed questions for all involved.

WeWork Continues to Lose Money Ahead of Potential I.P.O.

The losses, $264 million in the first three months of the year, reflect the willingness of the company to continue its global expansion efforts.

White Collar Watch: Do Companies Fear the Law? The Signs Say No

Numerous corporations have been fined in recent years for misconduct. The question is whether the large penalties deter bad behavior.

American Express to Buy Resy, a Restaurant Booking Service

The deal is the card giant’s latest effort to expand into the hospitality industry, giving it the country’s biggest privately held option for reserving tables.

German Tax Investigation Widens Beyond Deutsche Bank

The authorities raided 11 offices on Wednesday as part of an investigation into the possible concealment of capital gains in offshore companies.