|Intel CEO Resigns Over Relationship With Employee|
Intel said Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned for violating company policy by having a relationship with a co-worker, one of the most prominent CEOs to lose a job in an era of greater scrutiny over workplace behavior.
|Ghosn Rules Out Acquisition of Nissan by Renault|
Carlos Ghosn said there was “zero chance” Renault would acquire partners Nissan and Mitsubishi, bringing more clarity on a 19-year-old alliance that is preparing for a future without its chief architect.
|Studios Fear New MoviePass Competitor Will Erode Revenue|
Hollywood studios may seek changes to AMC’s new subscription service, which lets subscribers see up to three films a week for $19.95 a month, because of concerns about how it determines their cut of the sales.
|Shari Redstone's Path to Power|
How heiress Shari Redstone overcame a falling out with her father to become the most significant female media owner in America.
|UPS, Teamsters Reach Handshake Deal on New Contract|
Teamsters negotiators said they have tentatively agreed to a new five-year contract with United Parcel Service, a deal that promises to raise wages for existing workers but creates a new class of lower-paid drivers to handle weekend deliveries.
|State Sales-Tax Officials Rev Their Engines|
Some state tax officials have begun preparing to use the new sales-tax collection power the Supreme Court handed them on Thursday.
|Trump Threatens 20% Tariff on European Cars|
President Trump threatened tariffs on European Union-made cars, citing barriers to American exports and the need for incentives to move production to the U.S.