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WannaCry Malware Has Strong Links to Group Tied to North Korea, Symantec SaysWannaCry Malware Has Strong Links to Group Tied to North Korea, Symantec Says

A group linked to North Korea is highly likely behind this month’s global ransomware assault, and the attack more closely resembles the behavior of a crime ring rather than a government-orchestrated campaign, a cybersecurity researcher said.

Ford Replaces CEO Amid Pressure on Profit, Share PriceFord Replaces CEO Amid Pressure on Profit, Share Price

Ford is replacing CEO Mark Fields with Jim Hackett, who heads its innovation unit. The company has been considering leadership changes amid dissatisfaction with the stock price and a drive to clarify strategy.

Huntsman Strikes Merger Deal With ClariantHuntsman Strikes Merger Deal With Clariant

Huntsman Corp. and Switzerland’s Clariant AG struck a deal to merge, creating a chemicals giant worth about $14 billion as companies in the industry seek ways to cut costs and boost revenue.

Arconic, Elliott Reach Deal to End Proxy ContestArconic, Elliott Reach Deal to End Proxy Contest

Arconic struck a deal to give hedge fund Elliott Management seats on its board of directors, a settlement that ends a bruising five-month battle days before the vote.

Brazilian Meatpacker JBS Shares Fall 30% Amid Insider-Trading AccusationsBrazilian Meatpacker JBS Shares Fall 30% Amid Insider-Trading Accusations

Shares of Brazilian meatpacker JBS plunged more than 30%, costing the company about $2 billion, after President Michel Temer accused its owners of insider trading as part of a bitter battle over the country’s corruption scandal.

Trump Budget Proposes Cuts to Food-Stamp ProgramTrump Budget Proposes Cuts to Food-Stamp Program

President Donald Trump’s budget on Tuesday will propose a $193 billion reduction in spending on the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, or SNAP, over a decade.

Economic Growth in Developed Countries SlowsEconomic Growth in Developed Countries Slows

Economic growth in developed countries slowed sharply in the first three months of 2017, as the U.S., the U.K. and France experienced weak starts to a year that is widely expected to yield an acceleration of the global recovery.