Hulu Bets on Cable-Style Web TV

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Hulu is developing a subscription service that would stream feeds of popular broadcast and cable TV channels.

Delta Chief Had Long Climb to Top

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Ed Bastian becomes Delta’s CEO on Monday, 18 years after joining what is now the nation’s No. 2 airline by traffic. He has resigned once, helped steer Delta through bankruptcy and helped shepherd its merger with Northwest.

Unions Lose Sway Over Verizon, as Landline Business Shrinks

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Verizon has avoided work stoppages at its growing wireless unit by seeking to keep unions out. Partly as a result, organized labor has lost some of its influence over the phone giant, as its unionized landline business has shrunk.

Valeant's CEO Was Key Force on Pricing

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Valeant and its now-outgoing chief executive Michael Pearson pursued quick, aggressive price increases on acquired drugs in recent years—a strategy that is evident in documents collected during a Senate investigation.

CNN Enjoys Outsize Ratings Boost From Presidential Race

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The presidential race has re-energized CNN after years of weak ratings, playing a major role in more than doubling its prime-time audience in the network’s target demographic of 25- to 54-year-olds since the start of 2016.

Twitter Looks to Video to Increase Advertising Sales

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For years, Twitter has struggled with its Main Street appeal. Now the social-media service also may be losing its Madison Avenue allure.

In Europe's Terror Fight, Police Push for Access to U.S. Tech Firms' Data

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European counterterrorism officials say American laws and corporate policies are hampering their efforts to prevent the next attack, because legal procedures for getting international evidence from U.S.-based social-media firms are dangerously outdated.

White House Dinner: Where the 'Nerds' Mingle With the 'Cool Kids'

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At the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner—affectionately called the “nerd prom”—models, fashionistas and actors are instantly recognizable among the more mundanely attired politicians, staffers and journalists.

Political Hard Ball Finds a Home in Business

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America Rising, the unofficial research arm of the Republican Party, has launched a venture aimed at helping companies push back against detractors and navigate public-policy fights.

Halliburton, Baker Hughes to Call Off Merger

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Halliburton and Baker Hughes are planning to call off their merger, once valued at nearly $35 billion, which encountered opposition on multiple continents from regulators who claimed that it would hurt competition in the oil-field services business.

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