WSJ News Exclusive | McCormick Nears Deal to Buy Hot-Sauce Maker Cholula

McCormick & Co. is nearing a deal to buy hot-sauce maker Cholula, according to people familiar with the matter, seeking to capitalize on demand for…

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Apple Security Chief Offered iPads to Police as a Bribe for Gun Permits, Prosecutors Allege

Apple Inc.’s head of security has been indicted on bribery charges for a scheme in which prosecutors allege he offered iPads to secure gun permits…

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U.S. Found Not Liable for Puerto Rico Bond Losses

The U.S. government isn’t liable for losses on $3 billion in Puerto Rico pension bonds, a federal judge said Monday, rejecting efforts to put U.S.…

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U.S. Justice Department Ends Oversight of Brazil’s Odebrecht

An independent monitor has certified Odebrecht SA’s antibribery compliance program, the Brazilian construction company said. The certification closes a 3½-year monitorship that was imposed on…

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U.N. Panel Rebukes Japanese Prosecutors in Handling of Ghosn Case

Japan’s detention of Carlos Ghosn for more than four months with limited access to legal counsel was arbitrary and violated the former automobile titan’s human…

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Befriended by Trump, Populists in Europe’s East Brace for Change

Populist and authoritarian politicians in Central Europe, who viewed President Trump as a valuable ally, are bracing for the incoming Biden administration’s new stress on…

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Warner Music Leans on Digital Sales During Pandemic

A growing share of Warner Music Group Corp.’s revenue in the latest quarter flowed from music streaming and other digital channels, a sign of how…

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GM to Recall About 5.9 Million Vehicles With Takata Air-Bag Inflaters

General Motors Co. has agreed to recall 5.9 million SUV and pickup-truck models to replace potentially faulty Tataka air-bag inflaters, a fix that could cost…

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