Jan 31 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– International Business Machines Corp said Chief Executive Ginni Rometty is stepping down after a challenging eight-year run at the top of the iconic technology company, as she struggled to deliver growth at a time other tech giants’ fortunes blossomed. on.wsj.com/2UfyxOz
– Unilever Plc is exploring the sale of its tea business after years of sluggish sales growth, in a sign of how changing tastes are roiling some of the world’s best-known food and drink brands. on.wsj.com/3b0FkS7
– Altria Group Inc on Thursday said the value of its stake in Juul fell by $4.1 billion in the fourth quarter. It now values the e-cigarette maker at about $12 billion, down from its $38 billion valuation when Altria invested in December 2018. on.wsj.com/2uS27yQ
– A government report to be released in coming days says Southwest Airlines Co failed to prioritize safety and the airline’s regulator, the Federal Aviation Administration, hasn’t done enough about it. on.wsj.com/2ti4ACw
– The truck unit of Volkswagen AG has offered to fully take over Navistar International Corp in an all-cash transaction valued at roughly $2.9 billion. A deal would combine two of the world’s largest truck makers. on.wsj.com/31aLTwS
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom
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