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Insurers Quit Climate Club in Droves After Threats From GOP

The world’s biggest climate alliance for insurers has started hemorrhaging members, after Republican attorneys general accused the group of antitrust violations.

JetBlue’s Alliance Loss Adds to DOJ Arsenal Against Spirit Deal

A judge’s ode to small competitors as he struck down the American Airlines-JetBlue alliance intimates the cloudy legal outlook JetBlue faces in its quest to acquire Spirit Airlines Inc.

Bunge-Viterra Deal Would Create $25 Billion Rival to Cargill

Commodity markets are bracing for a long-awaited deal that would create a $25 billion behemoth capable of competing with the world’s biggest agricultural players.

Comcast CEO Under Pressure to Add Media Content `Missing Piece’

Comcast Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Roberts has a penchant for lining up a huge deal around every five years or so. It was 2018 the last time he made a big acquisition, and Wall Street is ready for his next dramatic move.

Racketeering Claims Over Inmate Call Prices Revived by 4th Cir.

Racketeering claims against Global Tel*Link Corp., Securus Technologies LLC, and 3Cinteractive Corp. have been revived by the Fourth Circuit .

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HILL TECH & CYBER BRIEF: China, US Commerce Heads Trade Gripes

Top commerce officials from the US and China agreed to strengthen communications even as they traded complaints about each other’s policies, with the meeting a sign that Beijing and Washington are trying to prevent their relations from worsening further.