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Facebook Faces FTC Probe of Data Use by Cambridge Analytica

The Federal Trade Commission is probing Facebook over the use of personal data by an analytics firm tied to President Trump’s campaign.

Uber's New CEO Confronts His First Crisis With Driverless-Car Death

Dara Khosrowshahi spent much of the first six months as Uber’s CEO cleaning up scandals he inherited. Just as it appeared Uber was turning a corner, a new crisis has emerged.

Orbitz Discloses Possible Data Breach Affecting 880,000 Payment Cards

Expedia Inc.’s Orbitz subsidiary said Tuesday it has discovered a possible data breach affecting thousands of customers on one of its older sites and a partner platform.

Shipowners' Quandary: Buy Cleaner Fuel or a Fuel Cleaner?

The owners of 60,000 cargo ships are bracing for tighter emissions rules that are forcing them to make a multibillion-dollar choice: Start buying cleaner-burning fuel or invest in a device that treats the ship’s exhaust before letting it out.

United Suspends Cargo Program for Pets

Under fire for its handling of pets, United Continental Holdings will stop taking reservations for its live-animal shipping program at least until May 1 as it reviews the program.

Will New Tax Incentives for Poor Communities Work? Some Are Skeptical

Governors across the country are racing to make complicated decisions about which struggling areas in their states will qualify for a new federal tax benefit designed to spur investment in low-income communities.

Europe's Pitch to Trump: You Already Have a Good Trade Deal

The European Union’s top trade official arrives in Washington with a daunting task: convince the Trump administration the bloc’s economic relationship with the U.S. is fair.