How Chinese censorship changed “Top Gun” (and the rest of Hollywood)
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Today, we trace entertainment changed to please Beijing and talk about why it matters. Plus: A bunch of mergers and acquisitions news.
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The movie industry needs to sell tickets in China, so it often accepts Beijing's demands.
Montreal and Oslo are aiming to alleviate truck traffic and pollution.
They're paying for high-tech software and bulletproof whiteboards. But there's no evidence what prevents shootings.
Charles Schwab is reportedly in talks to buy rival TD Ameritrade. Merging could help make up for cutting trading fees to zero.