Facebook Posts Slower Sales Growth With Apple Privacy Policy 

The social-media giant's primary revenue source saw slower growth in the first full quarter since Apple required apps to ask users whether they want to be tracked.

Judge Declines to Pause Talc Litigation Against Johnson & Johnson 

But LTL Management, a J&J subsidiary, will get another chance to stop litigation against its parent company in early November.

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Pursues Private Space Station 

The space company said it would help to build a facility, part of a bet that many future orbital facilities will be privately owned and operated.

Crown Can Keep Operating Melbourne Casino 

Australian casino operator Crown Resorts engaged in illegal and dishonest behavior but can keep operating its marquee casino in Melbourne for now, a royal commission in Victoria state has found.

Silver Lake Heads Back to Market As Tech Fundraising Swells 

Investors say they expect the new fund to target at least as much as the $20 billion flagship fund the tech-focused private-equity firm announced in January.

PayPal Abandons Pinterest Takeover After Its Shareholders Balk 

U.S. payments company PayPal Holdings said it isn't currently pursuing a deal for social-media platform Pinterest, days after media reports that the companies were in early talks for a multibillion-dollar deal.

Comscore Names New CFO as It Looks to Boost Revenue 

Jon Carpenter is set to join the company from privately held Publishers Clearing House next month.

Tesla Surpasses $1 Trillion in Market Value as Hertz Orders 100,000 Vehicles 

Hertz's major bulk purchase could help Tesla get more of its cars into the hands of mainstream consumers. Tesla shares surged on the news.

Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine Data Shows Strong Response in Children 

Moderna said it would submit the results from an interim study to health regulators in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere in seeking authorization for 6- to 11-year-olds.

Mastercard Partners With Bakkt to Bring Cryptocurrency Payments to the Masses 

Banks will be able to issue debit or credit cards that let people pay with bitcoin and earn cryptocurrency as rewards.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

October 25, 2021 21:15 ET (01:15 GMT)

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