Public Radio Networks to Merge in Big Bet on Podcasts

Public-radio companies PRX and PRI are merging in a bid to capitalize on the surging popularity of podcasts and other digital formats as listeners and content creators migrate away from traditional broadcast radio.

Cisco Aims to Keep Revenue Growth Rolling

Cisco Systems is scheduled to report its fiscal fourth-quarter results after the market closes on Wednesday. Here’s what to watch.

Tencent’s Bad Year Gets Worse, Leading Selloff in Chinese Tech Stocks

After hitting a record high in January, Tencent’s shares have lost 29%, wiping out $165 billion in market cap—more than roughly the entire value of Walt Disney.

Twitter Suspends Alex Jones Over New Tweet

Twitter suspended far-right talk-show host Alex Jones for violating the social media company’s policies, a reversal amid intensifying public scrutiny and criticism of Mr. Jones’s posts on the platform.

Cryptocurrency Market Plumbs New Depths in 2018

A broad investor retreat has pushed the market for digital currencies down 70% from its January high, reflecting user frustration over their modest inroads into commerce and a general shakeout in speculative investments.

Kroger to Sell Groceries on Alibaba Site in China

Kroger will sell its products in China on an e-commerce site owned by Alibaba Group, the grocer’s first foray into foreign sales amid a broader push into online retail.

Buffett’s Berkshire Keeps Buying More of Apple

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway continued to load up on technology giant Apple in the second quarter, taking its stake in the iPhone maker to $46.6 billion.

Match Group, IAC Face Suit Over Tinder Valuation

Three Tinder founders and a handful of current executives alleged in a lawsuit that the dating app’s parent companies, Match Group and IAC/InterActiveCorp., manipulated financial information to undermine its valuation.

Musk Tweets Another Surprise, Naming Tesla Advisers

The electric-car maker’s CEO again caught the financial world by surprise with a tweet about his desire to take the company private, revealing a list of advisers before arrangements with all of them were completed.

Microsoft’s Cortana Mistake: Relying on Windows

Microsoft is moving to retool Cortana, its digital voice assistant that has struggled as the software giant shackled it to the personal computer.