Hertz Global Holdings Inc. is slated to win back rental car locations it had to sell to resolve antitrust claims over its $2.3 billion purchase of Dollar Thrifty, diluting regulators’ efforts to promote competition in the industry.
Dartmouth College President Philip Hanlon called for a halt to student intolerance, drinking and sexual misconduct that he said have damaged the school’s reputation and contributed to a plunge in applications this year.
A former Bridgestone Corp. executive agreed to plead guilty to conspiring to fix prices for auto parts, a day after a grand jury indicted another executive and two former workers at the Japanese tire maker.
One current Bridgestone Corp. executive and two who formerly worked for the Japanese tire company have been indicted by a U.S. grand jury in Cleveland for allegedly conspiring to fix automotive-part prices.
Herbalife Ltd.’s investigation by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, a move hedge fund manager Bill Ackman had sought for more than a year, threatens to stem a stock rally that had boosted the shares by more than half.