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China Wary of Qualcomm’s $44 Billion NXP Deal Amid U.S. Tensions

April 19, 2018 |

Antitrust regulator’s initial pessimistic review of Qualcomm’s $ 44 billion purchase of NXP Semiconductors raises questions about a critical deal for the American company and whether trade friction with the U.S. is playing a role.
WSJ.com: US Business

Fan Blade, Engine Cover Are Factors in Southwest Flight 1380 Engine Failure

April 19, 2018 |

Safety experts tracking the probe of what caused Southwest Airlines Flight 1380’s deadly midair engine failure say vulnerabilities in a fan blade and the cowling, or engine cover, have emerged as risk factors.
WSJ.com: US Business

Huawei, Called a Security Threat by the U.S., to Focus on Other Markets

April 19, 2018 |

Huawei said it plans to refocus on existing markets, following a series of setbacks in the U.S. and as the technology industry gets caught up in the spiraling trade spat between Washington and Beijing.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Barbara Bush Dies at Age 92

April 18, 2018 |

Barbara Pierce Bush went from a privileged childhood to become the wife of one president and mother of another, serving throughout as a pugnacious guardian of what had become America’s most prominent political family.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

‘Panic Just Ensues’: Inside Southwest’s Fatal Midair Engine Failure

April 18, 2018 |

A passenger on a Southwest flight died after an engine broke apart, spraying metal pieces through the fuselage and forcing the jet to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia. The death marks the first U.S. airline fatality in an accident since 2009.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

CIA Director Mike Pompeo Met Kim to Discuss Summit

April 18, 2018 |

President Donald Trump sent Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo on a secret trip to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang over Easter, according to people familiar with the matter.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

U.S. Holds Back on New Russia Sanctions

April 18, 2018 |

White House officials said U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley spoke prematurely in saying the Trump administration would imminently impose new sanctions on Russia over its support for the Assad regime in Syria. Conflicting messages about a new round of Russia sanctions are the latest instance of the White House struggling to speak with one voice.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Southwest Starts Accident Probe

April 18, 2018 |

Southwest Airlines said it is accelerating inspections of some engines following a fatal failure on a flight between New York and Dallas.
WSJ.com: US Business

U.S. Upholds Its Red Line in Syria, While Steering Clear of Russia’s

April 18, 2018 |

In carrying out airstrikes in Syria, the U.S. and its allies were trying to maintain a careful balance: preventing the use of chemical weapons, without crossing Moscow’s red lines against toppling President Bashar al-Assad or targeting Russian forces.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

China Fends Off Trade Trouble With 6.8% Growth

April 17, 2018 |

The first quarter’s faster-than-expected surge was fueled by robust sales at home and abroad and increased industrial production. It bucked expectations that a slowdown would take hold amid a government debt cleanup that’s crimping investment in property, infrastructure and factories.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia