BRIEF-Takata and Key Safety Systems reach agreement regarding sale of substantially all of Takata's assets
* Takata corp says kss intends to establish an asia regional headquarters in tokyo, which should create new jobs in japan
Oct 14 The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Verizon Communications Inc signaled it may demand to renegotiate its $4.8 billion deal for Yahoo Inc following the internet company's recent disclosure of a data breach that affected more than 500 million accounts. on.wsj.com/2db0wuo
- Consumer-products giant Unilever Plc is raising its UK prices for everything from mayonnaise to shampoo after months of discreet increases amid a Brexit-triggered currency rout that threatens Britons' buying power. on.wsj.com/2db0kLL
- Xerox Corp's largest individual shareholder, billionaire Darwin Deason, has filed a lawsuit that seeks to block the copier and services giant from splitting itself into two public companies. on.wsj.com/2db0EKE
- Amazon.com Inc plans to hire 20 percent more seasonal workers for its U.S. warehouses this holiday season as some competitors have kept hiring steady. on.wsj.com/2db1sPo
- Samsung Electronics Co said it expects about another $3 billion in lost income from to its move to scrap the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 phone, raising the financial impact of the crisis to the equivalent of about half of its profit last year in the mobile division. on.wsj.com/2db2ElZ
- RSP Permian Inc on Thursday said it agreed to acquire Silver Hill Energy Partners LLC and Silver Hill E&P II LLC for about $2.5 billion. on.wsj.com/2db1VS1
- HP Inc announced plans that include generating a bit less cash than analysts had anticipated in the next fiscal year while moving to further reduce the company's head count. on.wsj.com/2db2Guj
- SoftBank Group Corp said Thursday that it was planning to invest in the technology sector through a fund that the Japanese internet and telecommunications conglomerate aims to make among the largest of its kind in the world. on.wsj.com/2db3NKp (Compiled by Subrat Patnaik in Bengaluru)
June 25 Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Sunday unveiled a stake of more than 1 percent in Switzerland's Nestle SA and urged the world's largest packaged foods maker to improve its margins, buy back stock and shed non-core businesses.