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AT&T Closes Time Warner Deal, as DOJ Doesn’t Ask for Delay

June 15, 2018 |

AT&T completed its purchase of Time Warner Inc., hours after the Department of Justice decided not to request a legal delay while antitrust officials consider whether to appeal their court defeat. US Business

Europe Ponders New World Order as Trans-Atlantic Ties Fray

June 15, 2018 |

If current tensions between Donald Trump and his European allies continue to grow, Simon Nixon writes, Western Europe could face a moment of ideological dislocation like Eastern Europe did in 1989. What’s News Europe

Immigration Standoff Shakes Merkel’s Fragile Government

June 14, 2018 |

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s weekend decision to veto a plan by her interior minister aimed at controlling and reducing illegal migration—and the minister’s refusal to back down—has shattered an uneasy truce between conservative backers and opponents of her liberal asylum policy. What’s News Europe

A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box Has Apple Playing Defense

June 14, 2018 |

GrayKey, a $ 15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back. US Business

U.S. Seeks to Disarm North Korea in Trump’s First Term

June 14, 2018 |

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. hopes to achieve “major disarmament” of North Korea’s nuclear arsenal during President Trump’s first term in office. What’s News Asia

Don’t Underestimate the Risk of a Chaotic Brexit

June 14, 2018 |

A consensus seems to have emerged in the past week that the U.K. is heading for the softest of Brexits. Yet behind this consensus lurks a dangerous complacency, writes Simon Nixon. What’s News Europe

U.S. Preparing to Proceed With Tariffs on Chinese Goods

June 14, 2018 |

The Trump administration is preparing to levy tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of Chinese goods in the coming week, perhaps as early as Friday—a move that’s likely to spark retaliation from Beijing. What’s News Asia

Wall Street Firms Face a New $15 Billion Hurdle in China

June 14, 2018 |

China’s promise to liberalize access to its securities markets comes with a new hurdle for Wall Street firms, leaving them uncertain about meeting hefty asset requirements to do business in the world’s second-largest economy. What’s News Asia

Toyota Plans Billion-Dollar Investment in Ride-Hailing Startup Grab

June 13, 2018 |

The deal is one of Toyota’s largest investments outside of its core business of making cars. Chief Executive Akio Toyoda, who has said the automotive business will be in jeopardy in a future of self-driving and shared vehicles, has pushed his company to break into new businesses to ensure its survival. What’s News Asia

CK Infrastructure Bids More Than $9 Billion for Australian Pipeline Firm

June 13, 2018 |

Victor Li, the new chairman of Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure, moved to expand the empire built by his billionaire father, Li Ka-shing, by offering more than $ 9 billion for an Australian pipeline operator. What’s News Asia