PE HUB Second Opinion

New study says 18 million could lose health care if Obamacare is repealed.

British American Tobacco agrees to a $49.4 billion takeover of U.S. rival Reynolds American Inc, creating the world’s biggest listed tobacco company.

Deutsche Bank will pay $7.2 billion in settlement over misconduct in mortgage securities.

Morgan Stanley posts biggest fourth quarter profit since the financial crisis.

Mark Zuckerberg testifies in $2 billion lawsuit that Oculus did not steal core VR technology from Zenimax Media.

Baidu hires Microsoft executive Qi Lu as its new chief operating officer.

And the number of House Democrats vowing to boycott President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in the wake of his attacks over the weekend against civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis continues.

International Monetary Fund says the Saudi Arabia economy will barely grow this year.

Photo: The headquarters of Reynolds American is seen next to the old R.J. Reynolds Tobacco smoke stacks from a previous manufacturing plant in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina, May 23, 2014. Reuters/Chris Keane