Senators Seek Answers From Facebook After WSJ Report 
 

Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn said they would launch a probe into Facebook's internal research on the way its Instagram photo- and video-sharing service affects young users.

 
Fintech Startup Pagaya Nears $9 Billion SPAC Deal 
 

Pagaya would combine with the SPAC EJF Acquisition and uses artificial intelligence to improve lending and other financial processes.

 
Boeing CEO, Board Ask Judge to Clarify Ruling 
 

Attorneys for Boeing CEO and current and former directors asked a Delaware judge to reconsider her ruling siding with plaintiffs.

 
Big Truckers Say Vaccine Mandate Could Push Drivers Away 
 

Big trucking companies say a federal vaccination and testing mandate aimed at curbing the spread of the Covid-19 virus could push more workers away from their operations and deepen upheaval in U.S. supply chains.

 
Consulate Health Affiliates Agree to Put Off Settlement of Whistleblower Suit 
 

Department of Justice lawyers ask for a delay in approving the settlement of a $258 million Medicare and Medicaid fraud suit, saying the agreement has not been finalized.

 
U.S. Casino Stocks Fall on Fears of Increased Macau Regulations 
 

The Macau government has launched a process for new gambling licenses.

 
Amazon Union Drive Heads North to Canada 
 

The Canadian arm of the Teamsters unions says it requested that labor regulators in Alberta certify a union for workers at an Amazon warehouse just south of Edmonton, following a failed unionization effort in Alabama.

 
Comcast Stock Falls After Warning on Slowing Subscriber Growth 
 

The cable giant said it was experiencing a slowdown in its cable business after surging growth in the early stages of the pandemic.

 
New iPhone 13 Pro and Watch Series 7 Unveiled at Apple Event 
 

After weeks of turbulent headlines, CEO Tim Cook took the virtual stage in an attempt to return attention to the key driver of the tech company's success: the iPhone.

 
App Annie Settles SEC Fraud Probe Over Mobile-Data Product 
 

The company, which collects and sells mobile-app usage statistics, agreed to pay $10 million to settle a fraud investigation over how it disclosed its data practices to trading clients.

 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

September 15, 2021 01:15 ET (05:15 GMT)

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