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Campbell Soup’s Fate Hangs on Duel Between Founder’s Heirs and β€˜Interloper’

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

The hedge fund billionaire Daniel Loeb’s latest activist push has him facing off against descendants of John T. Dorrance, who own more than 40 percent of Campbell and control three board seats.

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Uber’s Losses Continue Ahead of Initial Public Offering

By KATE CONGER

Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.

Uber’s Losses Continue Ahead of Initial Public Offering

By KATE CONGER

Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.

New Questions Swirl Over Boeing on Updated 737 Model That Crashed

By HANNAH BEECH, HIROKO TABUCHI, JAMES GLANZ and ZACH WICHTER

The airplane manufacturer did not provide airlines and pilots with full information about a new emergency system on the plane.

Cities Should Stop Playing the Amazon HQ2 Bidding Game

By BRYCE COVERT

There is no economic benefit to huge tax incentives to lure new companies, so why do cities keep offering them?

The Wheels on These Buses Go Round and Round With Zero Emissions

By BRAD PLUMER

Some states, concerned about pollution and global warming, see school buses as the next frontier for electric vehicles. Prices are high, but that's starting to change.

What We Know About the Lion Air Flight 610 Crash

By MEGAN SPECIA

The new plane’s automated systems may have played a role, but the precise cause remains unknown.

Disney’s Profit Soars, but Focus Remains on Its Coming Streaming Service

By BROOKS BARNES

Despite Disney’s record annual profit of $12.6 billion, Wall Street is waiting for its high-risk plan to roll out a streaming service late next year.

At Doomed Flight’s Helm, Pilots May Have Been Overwhelmed in Seconds

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

As American and Indonesian investigators puzzle through clues of troubles that befell Flight 610, they are finding not a single lapse but a cascade of issues.

In Indonesia Plane Crash Inquiry, New Focus on Possible Aircraft Problems

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

The plane had experienced problems before Lion Air Flight 610 crashed. Officials are investigating whether fault lies with human error, technical flaws or both.

Mickey Turns 90, and the Disney Marketing Machine Celebrates

By BROOKS BARNES

To draw attention to its oldest character, Disney has revved up its cross-promotional machine to what may be its highest level yet.

Where β€˜Yes! To Affordable Groceries’ Really Means No to a Soda Tax

By ANDREW JACOBS

Coke, PepsiCo and other big beverage companies are the unseen forces (and funders) behind ballot initiatives that would ban taxes on food sales.

Where β€˜Yes! To Affordable Groceries’ Really Means No to a Soda Tax

By ANDREW JACOBS

Coke, PepsiCo and other big beverage companies are the unseen forces (and funders) behind ballot initiatives that would ban taxes on food sales.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Economic Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth this year as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

Apple Raises Prices, and Profits Keep Booming

By JACK NICAS

Apple posted a $14 billion profit thanks higher prices for its products. But it will stop reporting how many products it has sold.

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