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Marlboro maker Altria takes $2.6 billion hit as Juul valuation crumbles
Altria Group Inc on Friday took a third-quarter hit of $2.6 billion to its investment in Juul Labs Inc, further diminishing the value of its initial $12.8 billion stake in the e-cigarette maker that is facing increased regulatory scrutiny.
Harvey Weinstein is sued by woman he was convicted of sexually assaulting
Harvey Weinstein was sued on Friday by the former production assistant who the disgraced movie producer was convicted at trial of having sexually assaulted.
U.S. judge blocks Commerce Department TikTok order
U.S. District Judge Wendy Beetlestone in Pennsylvania on Friday blocked a U.S. Commerce Department order barring key technical transactions with TikTok set to take effect Nov. 12.
Jittery Wall Street banks 'war game' the election with drills, client calls, special pollsters
Large Wall Street banks have been running "war game" drills in their trading businesses and preparing clients for unexpected scenarios around the U.S. election next week, hoping to avoid liquidity crunches or technical errors as markets react to news of who will be running the White House and Congress, industry sources said.
Actress Lori Loughlin starts prison term for role in college admissions scandal
"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin began a two-month prison sentence for her role in a vast college admissions fraud scheme to help her daughters gain entry into a top U.S. university, a prison official said on Friday.
Judge to rule on extradition of U.S. teenager in Wisconsin shootings
An Illinois judge said he would rule later on Friday on whether to extradite a teenager accused of fatally shooting two protesters and wounding a third during protests in August in Wisconsin, a spokesman for the prosecutors said.
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