Oct 26 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Intel Corp’s self-driving car unit Mobileye Global has priced its initial public offering at $21 a share, a dollar above the top of its targeted range, according to people close to the deal.
– An investment firm founded by a former Carlyle Group Inc executive has acquired a minority stake in a South Korean tobacco conglomerate and is calling for a business overhaul and the spinoff of its ginseng business, according to a letter viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
– Alphabet Inc.’s Google has agreed to improve its compliance program in a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department, which said the search giant lost data federal investigators sought in connection with a probe into a cryptocurrency exchange.
– Amazon.com Inc has added Venmo as a payment option for some shoppers ahead of the holiday shopping season which can customers can avail to place orders in Amazon.com and the mobile app.
– Warner Bros. Discovery Inc has tapped the veteran director-producer team of James Gunn and Peter Safran to lead DC studios, in its move for a 10-year-plan that would rebuild the movie franchise to compete with Walt Disney Co’s Marvel Studios.
– Snap Inc’s Chief Executive Officer, Evan Spielberg said Apple Inc’s privacy changes has hurt the company’s business but it it adapting its policies to help developers. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)