Tokyo opening news digest
|Comcast’s debt would more than double to $164 billion if it acquires Sky and most of 21st Century Fox.|
|Walmart couldn’t convince customers to do the job of a cashier.|
|Could the multi-billion dollar ‘pre’ Initial Public Offering (IPO) market be poised to turn to the Blockchain and associated distributed ledger technology (DLT) as an effective and efficient model to raise capital for ventures? Some pundits in the DLT and cryptocurrency space think so.|
|Tencent’s social media platforms are to China as Facebook’s are to the rest of the world and yet the companies are similar in their financial outputs.|
|Steve Jurvetson, a member of Tesla’s board since 2009, has been on a leave of absence for six months.
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|Britain will tell the European Union it is prepared to stay in the customs union beyond 2021, The Daily Telegraph reported, without attribution. The U|
|Ford Motor Co. F, +1.60% will resume production of its best-selling F-150 pickup truck at its Dearborn, Mich., plant on Friday, and its Super Duty pic|
|Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. TTWO, -0.35% shares were halted at the bell and then fell more than 6% after hours when trading resumed Wednesday.|
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