May 9 The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Facebook published a series of advertisements in British newspapers, advising millions of users in the country on how to spot misinformation online. nyti.ms/2pWrryN
- Sinclair, the largest owner of local television stations in the United States, said it agreed to buy Tribune Media for $3.9 billion, beating other suitors including Nexstar and 21st Century Fox. nyti.ms/2pWaAMS
- Nearly five years after the collapse of Dewey & LeBoeuf, a jury in Manhattan convicted the law firm's former CFO Joel Sanders, on three criminal counts on what prosecutors said was a scheme to hide the firm's failing finances from financial backers. nyti.ms/2pWwdMS
- Express Scripts, one of the biggest pharmacy benefit managers in the drug world, said it would begin offering a group of frequently used drugs for a lower price to people without health insurance, or to those in plans with high deductibles that made their medications unaffordable. nyti.ms/2pWtIu6 (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
U.S. Marine Corps to resume F-35 operations a day after suspension at Arizona base
June 23 The U.S. Marine Corps said on Friday it resumed flight operations for Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35B fighter jets after temporarily suspended operations a day ago because of software problems.
Gunman in California UPS shooting targeted co-workers for slayings
June 23 The UPS employee who shot three coworkers to death last week inside a United Parcel Service facility in San Francisco before killing himself appears to have singled out his victims deliberately, but a motive remains unknown, police said on Friday.