A consortium led by China's Anbang Insurance is walking away from its proposed takeover of Starwood Hotels (HOT) worth almost $14 billion. Marriott's (MAR) recently increased $13.6 billion offer was favored by management. (CNBC)
Tesla Motors (TSLA) gave a preview of its lower-priced, Model 3 sedan, saying more than 150,000 drivers had ordered the electric car, even though it's more than a year away from production. The starting price is $35,000. (Reuters)
The blood-testing devices that Theranos touted as revolutionary often failed to meet the rich startup's own accuracy requirements for a range of tests, including one to help detect cancer. That's according to a federal inspection report. (WSJ)
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump held an unexpected meeting in Washington with the head of the Republican National Committee. Trumps trails Ted Cruz in next week's winner-take-most Wisconsin primary. (Reuters)
Dozens of world leaders assembling today for a nuclear security summit in Washington will confront a disparate array of modern-day threats, ranging from government actors like North Korea to murkier groups like the Islamic State. (AP)
Officials from the CDC, the White House, Health and Human Services, and local governments gather in Atlanta today, to work on a game plan to combat the Zika virus.