President Trump said he is looking at four or five jurists to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court and he will announce his nominee on Friday or Saturday.
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Microsoft buys Doom-owner ZeniMax for $7.5 billion
Microsoft Corp said on Monday it would acquire ZeniMax Media for $7.5 billion in cash, strengthening its Xbox video game offering with the studio behind titles such as Fallout and the Doom reboot.
Boeing gearing up for 787 move to South Carolina: sources
Boeing Co is nearing a decision to shift more 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina, industry sources said, a cost-cutting strategy accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic that would deplete its iconic factory north of Seattle.
Trump and Biden hit the campaign trail as Supreme Court battle looms
Donald Trump and his rival for the U.S. presidency, Joe Biden, will campaign in two election battlegrounds on Monday as they spar over the president's plan to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat with only weeks before voters choose between them.
Navalny demands Russia returns his clothes for Novichok investigation
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny told Russia on Monday to hand over the clothes he was wearing when he fell into a coma last month and accused Moscow of withholding an important piece of evidence in his case.
GE plans to stop making new coal-fired power plants
General Electric Co said on Monday it plans to stop making new coal-fired power plants, as the U.S. industrial conglomerate focuses more on renewable sources of power generation.
U.S. corporate board diversity lags as few minority execs get top jobs: study
Publicly traded U.S. companies have been slow to add minority directors over the past five years even as women grabbed a greater share of board seats during that period, a comprehensive study to be released on Monday shows.
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