Zenefits CEO David Sacks Is Expected to Step Down

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David Sacks is expected to relinquish his role as chief executive of Zenefits less than a year after taking over the troubled health-benefits software maker, people familiar with the matter said.

Obama Blocks Chinese Bid for Technology Firm Aixtron

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President Barack Obama on Friday took the rare step of forbidding a foreign company from buying a firm with U.S. assets, telling a Chinese investment fund that it cannot complete a deal for German technology company Aixtron SE.

Huawei's 'Hungry Wolves' Face a Future Without Hard-Charging Founder

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Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei’s boot-camp style helped vault the smartphone maker to the world’s No. 3. But as the 72-year-old steps back from daily operations, questions loom over succession and strategy.

Jobless Rate Hits Lowest Level Since Before Recession

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U.S. employers hired at a steady clip in November while the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, the lowest level in nine years—signs of enduring labor-market growth that will likely leave Fed officials on track to raise rates this month.

CEO Says Ford Still Moving Small-Car Output to Mexico

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Ford Motor will shift small-car production to Mexico despite repeated criticism from President-elect Donald Trump and a pledge from the incoming American leader that companies will face “consequences” for leaving the U.S.

Inventory Check: We Went to the Stores

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Heard on the Street is conducting an experiment to see how retailers’ claim that low inventory will mean less discounting is playing out.

Global Bond Markets: Into the Maelstrom

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The storm that battered bond markets in November doesn’t seem likely to abate just yet.

Chips Need a Nick, Not a Cut

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Semiconductor stocks are vulnerable after big run-up, but strong fundamentals remain.

Little Slack But Not Much Heat in Labor Market

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Unemployment hits nine-year low but modest wage growth shows there is still some slack in labor market.

FCC Raises New Concerns Over 'Zero-Rating' by AT&T, Verizon

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The Federal Communications Commission warned AT&T and Verizon that the practice of excluding certain video services from data charges could harm competition.

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