Secondary shops are being flooded with unicorn share sellers, Tech Crunch reports.
IBM is buying Truven Health Analytics from Veritas Capital Management for $2.6 billion.
Uber is losing $1 billion a year to compete in China.
Pope Francis suggests Donald Trump is “not Christian.” Trump fires back in a statement.
Lexmark’s software unit has attracted first-round bids from Thoma Bravo and Vista Equity Partners, Bloomberg reports.
Is the Federal Reserve playing with fire on bank capital rules?
Affinity Equity Partners is buying the Burger King franchise in South Korea, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The FCC wants to force cable companies, and their set-top boxes, to adapt.
Hope dims for Wal-Mart’s effort to ignite growth.
China’s foreign exchange reserves are dwindling rapidly.
The New York Times will examine every murder this year in one Bronx precinct.
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