PRESS DIGEST – Wall Street Journal – June 8

The following are the leading stories in the
Wall Street Journal. Reuters has actually not verified these stories and
does not attest their precision. – Hillary Clinton declared herself the Democratic Celebration
candidate for U.S. president on Tuesday, welcoming her role in
history as the very first female to lead a significant party in a race for
the White Home. (on.wsj.com/24y3Xun) – An authorities examination into the crash that eliminated
Chesapeake Energy co-founder Aubrey McClendon has actually discovered
absolutely nothing to recommend the shale leader dedicated suicide, and
McClendon’s good friends state they saw no signs of problem before he
died (on.wsj.com/24y4XhO).

– The U.S. and India consented to move forward with.
building and construction of six nuclear reactors in India by U.S. business.
Westinghouse, the first such relocation because the countries signed a.
landmark civil nuclear deal in 2008. (on.wsj.com/24y4hsY).

– Amazon.com Inc plans to invest an added $3.
billion into India, which is becoming a crucial location of.
development for the e-commerce giant. (on.wsj.com/24y47Sj).

– Yahoo Inc has employed boutique investment bank.
Black Stone IP LLC to sell about 3,000 of the web business’s.
patents, according to individuals acquainted with the matter. (on.wsj.com/24y4ufQ) (Put together by Parikshit Mishra in Bengaluru).

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