PE HUB First Read

AT&T has walked away from a deal to sell smartphones made by Huawei Technologies Co.

North Korea agrees to send athletes to the Olympics in South Korea next month.

Twitter has quietly started verifying users again.

James Damore, the former Google engineer who wrote the memo questioning the company’s diversity policies, has filed a class action lawsuit against Google claiming discrimination against white men and conservatives.

French online shoe and fashion retailer Spartoo plans to buy rival shoe brand Andre from debt-laden clothing retailer Vivarte.

Axovant will no longer develop a drug that treats dementia.

SolarWinds acquires log-monitoring service Loggly.

Revel Casino, Atlantic City’s most spectacular casino flop, is getting another chance under new ownership and a new name.

Weight Watchers’ stock soars after Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes speech.

 

 

Photo: People walk outside the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey September 1, 2014. Reuters/Tom Mihalek