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Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

United Auto Workers Calls for Strike of GM's U.S. Factories
The United Auto Workers has called for a strike at General Motors' U.S. factories, its first major work stoppage in more than a decade. Union leadership is instructing roughly 46,000 factory workers to walk off the job or stay home until further notice.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

Women's World Cup Drew Nearly $100 Million in TV Ads
Advertisers shelled out almost $100 million on U.S. TV commercials in and around the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, exceeding expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

'Sign In With Apple' Is Way Better Than Passwords---If You Can Find It
Apple's new password killer, "Sign in with Apple," coming in iOS 13, lets you log into third-party apps using your Apple ID and get major privacy benefits—but only if the biggest apps adopt it.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

Gucci's Social-Media Status Fell, and Its North American Sales Dropped
The Gucci brand soared as it forged connections with hip-hop artists and streetwear influencers on Instagram and other platforms—but when it brought out a sweater likened to blackface, the momentum reversed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

Saudi Oil Attack Is Unlikely to Dent U.S. Economy
The strikes on Saudi oil facilities likely would have a limited direct effect on the U.S. economy, but could result in higher gas prices, potentially exerting an additional drag on slowing global growth, economists say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 14, 2019

U.S. Insulated From Possible Supply Shock After Saudi Attack
As the world faces the possibility of an oil supply shock after a Saturday attack on Saudi Arabia, the U.S. finds itself in the rare position of being able to help stabilize world markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 14, 2019

It's a Wrap: MoviePass Ends Theater Subscription Service
MoviePass, which gained popularity for attempting to bring a Netflix-style subscription approach to out-of-home entertainment, offered a low price that proved to be unsustainable.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 14, 2019

Battle to Power Electric Vehicles Reaches Sweden
Swedish upstart Northvolt is aiming to become the prime provider of batteries to Europe's makers of electric and hybrid cars, but faces tough competition from Asian tech giants.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 14, 2019

Hey CEOs, Have You Hugged the Uncertainty Monster Lately?
Businesspeople are haunted, and sometimes paralyzed, by uncertainty. This monster, however, can be a friend.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 14, 2019

The Startup That Manipulated Data to Get a Miracle Drug to Market
AveXis had a revolutionary gene therapy for babies with a deadly disease, and sold to Novartis for $8.7 billion. But in its hurry to get the drug approved, it made mistakes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Peanut Allergy Drug Backed by FDA Advisors
A panel of outside advisers recommended that the FDA approve a proposed treatment for peanut allergies in children, a step that could clear the way for marketing the first approved treatment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Peanut Allergy Drug Backed by FDA Advisory Panel
A panel of outside advisers recommended that the FDA approve a proposed treatment for peanut allergies in children, a step that could clear the way for marketing the first approved treatment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger Resigns from Apple's Board
Walt Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger resigned from Apple's board, severing a yearslong connection between the two companies as they prepare to launch competing video-streaming services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

J.Crew Plans IPO Spinoff of Madewell
J.Crew formally made plans to spin off its fast-growing Madewell brand in an initial public offering, expecting to use the proceeds to pay down debt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

AT&T Chief Laid Plans for His Exit. That Set Off an Activist Challenge.
Plans by CEO Randall Stephenson to leave the helm to a longtime ally triggered the threat of a proxy fight by an aggressive Wall Street activist investor.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Music Publishers Allege Peloton Used More Songs Without Permission
A group of music publishers alleges Peloton's workout video-streaming service used more than twice as many songs without permission as they had previously claimed, and they are seeking more than $300 million in damages.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

E-Cigarette Maker NJOY Changes Funding Plan After Vaping Ban
E-cigarette maker NJOY Holdings has changed plans for its funding round after the Trump administration announced a plan to pull most vaping products from the market, said people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

MoviePass to Halt as Parent Explores Possible Sale
MoviePass parent Helios & Matheson plans to "explore all strategic and financial alternatives," including a sale or reorganization, and said MoviePass would stop service, effective Saturday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Carrier's New CFO to Guide Spinoff From United Technologies
Carrier Global Corp. on Friday named a new finance chief, a move that comes as the heating-and-cooling-systems company prepares to spin off from United Technologies Corp. next year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

SoftBank to Buy at Least $750 Million of WeWork Parent Shares in IPO
WeWork's parent agreed to make sweeping governance changes and chose Nasdaq for its exchange, as the shared-workspace provider scrambles to keep its closely watched initial public offering on track.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Hackers Use Spyware to Track SIM Cards
Hackers are exploiting a vulnerability in software embedded in the SIM cards of hundreds of millions of phones to track users' whereabouts—a novel form of spyware targeting one of the most important bits of hardware in a mobile device.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

China to Exempt U.S. Soybeans, Pork From Punitive Tariffs
China's move to exempt certain agricultural products from retaliatory tariffs appears aimed at addressing one of President Trump's most pressing demands during the protracted trade war.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Auto Sales Revved Up August Retail Spending
Spending on vehicles drove strong retail sales in August, suggesting American shoppers continue to support the economy at a time of heightened global uncertainty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Washington, Silicon Valley Struggle to Unify on Protecting Elections
A recent meeting between U.S. national-security officials and Silicon Valley executives shows how the two sides aren't unified on how best to combat foreign election interference.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

How Once-Doomed Mortgage Giants Gained New Lease on Life
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cranked out profits as housing recovered after the financial crisis, and Congress couldn't come up with a very good alternative to them. Now, the Trump administration has a roadmap for re-privatizing them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

WeWork Parent Adjusts Corporate Governance Ahead of Nasdaq IPO
WeWork's parent agreed to make sweeping governance changes and chose Nasdaq for its exchange, as the shared-workspace provider scrambles to keep its closely watched initial public offering on track.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

U.S. Caps Fannie, Freddie Lending for Multifamily Properties
The federal regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac moved to cap the total amount of loans for multifamily rental properties that the mortgage-finance companies are allowed to purchase each year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

PG&E Strikes $11 Billion Settlement With Insurers Over Wildfires
PG&E Corp. agreed on an $11 billion settlement to resolve the majority of claims by insurance carriers from the 2017 Northern California wildfires and the 2018 Camp Fire.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

China to Exempt U.S. Soybeans and Pork From Punitive Tariffs
The measure by Beijing follows President Trump's two-week postponement of higher tariffs on some Chinese goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Retail Sales Rose in August
American shoppers spent strongly in August, supporting the broader economy at a time of heightened global uncertainty. Retail sales, increased a seasonally adjusted 0.4% from a month earlier.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

House Committee Requests Tech Executives' Emails in Antitrust Probe
Congress is ramping up its probe into the tech industry, with House lawmakers demanding emails and executive communications from four technology giants as they look for evidence of anticompetitive behavior.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Opioid Reckoning Hits Money Managers
Exposure to drug companies with potential liabilities stemming from widespread opioid addiction is damaging investment returns at several money managers as pain from the national drug crisis spreads.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Gig Economy in Crosshairs After Freewheeling Growth
A California bill passed this week is the latest move by regulators and courts around the globe that could curtail companies like Uber, Lyft and DoorDash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

China to Exclude U.S. Soybeans and Pork From Additional Tariffs
The move by Beijing follows President Trump's two-week postponement of higher tariffs on some Chinese goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

Maritime Regulator Says Shipping Environmental Efforts 'Set to Go'
The maritime industry is moving full steam ahead toward overhauling how ships get their power despite dissent from some vessel owners over the impact to their operations and concerns from shipping customers over how costs will be shared across supply chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 13, 2019

WeWork to List on Nasdaq, Make Governance Changes
WeWork's parent company has chosen to list its shares on Nasdaq and plans sweeping changes in its governance as the shared workspace provider speeds up preparations for its hotly anticipated initial public offering in the face of tepid interest from investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Juul Debates Pushing Back on E-Cigarette Ban
Juul is debating internally whether to embrace or push back on part of the Trump administration's plan to pull most e-cigarettes from the market, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

SmileDirectClub Plunges 28% on First Day of Trading
Reality bites for teeth-straightening startup SmileDirectClub, which plunged 28% on its first day of trading.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Feds Step Up Safety Investigation on Nissan's Auto-Braking System
Federal safety regulators are taking a closer look into the automatic emergency-braking system on more than a half-million Nissan Rogue sport-utility vehicles, which owners complain can cause their vehicles to slam on the brakes for no reason.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

California Bill Aimed at Ride Hailing Heralds Change Beyond Tech Firms
A landmark California employment bill that passed Wednesday could have implications for companies in fields far beyond technology and ride-hailing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Purdue Ditched Earlier Plans for Opioid-Treatment Nonprofit
The OxyContin maker nixed plans earlier this year to launch a foundation to fund opioid-addiction treatment and research as the company rethought its strategy amid hundreds of lawsuits and a possible bankruptcy filing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Broadcom Posts Better Margins, Revenue
said Thursday its margins and revenue improved in the latest period, even as demand remains sluggish amid U.S.-China trade tensions along with export restrictions to Huawei Technologies Co.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Broadcom Says Core Chip Business Has Bottomed Out
Chip maker Broadcom Inc., hard hit by U.S.-China trade tensions and export restrictions to Huawei Technologies Co., on Thursday said it believes its core semiconductor business has bottomed out but isn't quite in recovery mode yet.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

United Auto Workers Official Charged in Widening Federal Probe
Vance Pearson, director of the UAW's Region 5 office in Missouri, was charged in a widening federal investigation into corruption within the UAW's top ranks. He is the is the tenth person charged in the yearslong probe.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

California Bill Threatens to Reshape Work in Fields Beyond Technology
A landmark California employment bill that passed Wednesday could have implications for companies in fields far beyond technology and ride-hailing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

GE Chief Says Assets Sales Will Reap $38 Billion
CEO Larry Culp sees stronger demand at the company's power division but warns interest rates will boost pension obligations by $7 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

ECB Acts to Spur Eurozone's Flagging Economy
The European Central Bank cut its key interest rate and launched a sweeping package of bond purchases Thursday that lays the ground work for a long period of ultraloose monetary policy, jolting European financial markets and triggering an immediate response from President Trump.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Verizon Ventures Prepares for 5G Startup Wave
As wireless carriers begin rolling out next-generation 5G network technology and as 5G-enabled smartphones reach consumers, some investors are readying for a boom in new startups.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

U.S. Deficit Tops $1 Trillion for First Time in Seven Years
The U.S. budget gap widened to more than $1 trillion in the first 11 months of the fiscal year, the Treasury Department said, the first time deficits have topped that mark in seven years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Google Subpoenaed for Details on Its Ad Business
The subpoena includes more than 200 questions and demands for records. Many of the questions appear designed to solicit evidence that Google engaged in anticompetitive conduct in building up its powerful position.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Google Pays More than $1 Billion to Settle French Tax Cases
Google is paying more than $1 billion in fines and back taxes to settle a pair of tax disputes in France, where it has faced years of investigations into whether it has properly declared all of its activity in the country.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trucking Industry Raises Alarms on California Gig Economy Legislation
Trucking industry officials say a California bill aimed at the "gig-economy" business models of ride-hailing companies would upend operations there and potentially raise shipping costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Old Navy Plans to Open 800 More Stores
Gap Inc.'s Old Navy brand plans to open hundreds of stores as it prepares to split from its parent company at a time when slower sales and online rivals are challenging many bricks-and-mortar chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

CEOs Urge Senate to Pass Gun Laws
Chief executives of dozens of companies ranging from Levi Strauss to Uber sent a letter to members of the Senate, asking them to pass legislation to prevent gun violence.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Chief Executives Urge Senate to Pass New Gun Laws
Chief executives of dozens of companies ranging from Levi Strauss to Uber Technologies sent a letter to members of the Senate asking them to pass new legislation to prevent gun violence.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Fox Names Lauren Petterson to Lead Business Network
Fox News Media said that Lauren Petterson is the new president of Fox Business Network.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Economists Don't See Path to 3% Growth
The Trump administration's goal of achieving economic growth of 3% or better is looking increasingly remote this year, according to forecasters surveyed by The Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Filmmaker Sets Up New Documentary Studio With a Startup-Style Structure
Documentary films and TV series continue to be popular on networks and streaming services and a new startup wants in on the action.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

France Hardens Position Against Facebook's Libra Currency
Europe should block Facebook-backed digital currency Libra and create a public alternative, a senior French official said, staking out a hard line amid broader resistance to the idea from U.S. and international officials.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Kroger's Sales Rise after Digital Investments
Kroger Co. reported slightly higher sales in its latest quarter after recent investments in online ordering and other efforts to draw in new customers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Yahoo Japan Takes on Amazon, Rakuten With $3.7 Billion Deal
Yahoo Japan plans to take a 50.1% stake in Japanese online fashion retailer Zozo, while Zozo founder Yusaku Maezawa resigned as CEO to focus on personal ambitions, including traveling into space.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Mnuchin Says U.S. Looking Closely at Issuing 50-Year Bond
The Treasury Department is "very seriously considering" issuing a 50-year bond next year, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said, as the Trump administration looks to take greater advantage of low interest rates to slow soaring borrowing costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

ECB Cuts Rates and Launches Sweeping Stimulus Package
The European Central Bank cut interest rates further into negative territory and launched a sweeping package of bond purchases that commits the bank to ultraloose monetary policy for a long period, jolting European financial markets and triggering an immediate response from President Trump.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

U.S. Consumer Prices Rose 0.1% in August
U.S. consumer prices rose slowly in August, held down by weak energy prices that masked a broader firming in price pressures.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Business Leaders Urge Senate to Pass Gun Legislation in Letter
Chief executives from dozens of companies sent a letter to members of the Senate asking them to pass new legislation to prevent gun violence.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Warren Urges New Social Security Taxes on Rich
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is proposing new taxes on wealthy Americans for the Social Security trust fund, making her the latest Democratic presidential hopeful looking to tap the coffers of the nation's top earners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Square Wants to Be a Bank But Doesn't Want to Be Taxed Like One
Square has lent billions to small businesses and consumers and applied for a banking license, but it says it isn't a financial company. The payments processor says it is a tech company and is suing San Francisco over how it is taxed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

British American Tobacco to Cut Thousands of Jobs
The maker of Lucky Strike cigarettes will cut more than 20% of senior positions at the company as it seeks to boost the growth of new products amid declining traditional cigarette volumes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Facebook May Strike Out in the Dating Game
Match Group's stock cools after Facebook Dating launches in the U.S., but its platform growth is still red-hot.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Government to Google: Let Employees Speak Out
Federal regulators have ordered Google to assure employees they are allowed to speak out on political and workplace issues, as part of a settlement of formal complaints that the search giant punishes those who do just that.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

China Seeks to Narrow U.S. Talks to Break Deadlock
Beijing is looking to narrow the scope of its negotiations with the U.S. to only trade matters, putting thornier national-security issues on a separate track in hopes it would help both sides resolve some immediate issues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Democrats' Puzzle: What to Do With Trump's Tax Cut?
President Trump's biggest legislative achievement—the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—will be on the ballot with him next year, and Democratic contenders for his job are trying to figure out how to approach it.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Need Cash? Companies Are Considering Magazine Subscriptions and Phone Bills When Making Loans
The way lenders decide who can borrow money is undergoing its biggest shift in a generation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 12, 2019

Why Rate Cuts in Europe May Do More Harm Than Good
The European Central Bank is likely to launch a fresh wave of loose-money policies to jolt its stubbornly low inflation rate. But many suspect its primary target is something else: the euro.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Billionaire Cashes Out of Online Fashion---Next Stop? The Moon
The Japanese billionaire who wants to fly around the moon on Elon Musk's spaceship is exiting his online fashion business back on earth by selling control to Yahoo Japan.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump to Delay Tariffs on China by Two Weeks
President Trump says the U.S. will delay by two weeks a planned increase in tariffs on some Chinese imports, a move that could ease chilled relations between the two nations ahead of planned trade talks in Washington next month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Rules Out Indexing Capital-Gains Taxes to Inflation
President Trump told his advisers that he doesn't plan to try to bypass Congress and lower capital-gains taxes by indexing gains to inflation, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Uber Vows to Fight California Legislation on Gig Economy
California passed landmark employment legislation that challenges the business model of such gig-economy companies as ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft. Uber said it would fight the measure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Under Wild Skies Sues National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre, his wife and other top NRA officials were treated to free hunting safaris by an NRA vendor, according to a new lawsuit that raises new questions about the organization's governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Purdue Pharma Reaches Deal With Cities, 23 States Over Opioid Crisis
Purdue Pharma is trying to strike a broader deal that includes more states in advance of a bankruptcy filing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Taking Medical Leave
Oracle Corp. said one of its two chief executives, Mark Hurd, will take a medical leave of absence, removing the tech giant's top executive for sales and strategy at a time of intensifying competition in the business-software market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

StarKist Hit With $100 Million Fine in Tuna Price-Fixing Case
StarKist Co. has been ordered to pay a $100 million penalty for its role in a conspiracy that prosecutors say inflated the prices consumers paid for canned tuna.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Oilman T. Boone Pickens Jr. Dies
T. Boone Pickens Jr., an oilman and pioneer in hostile takeovers, has died. He was 91 years old.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Forever 21 Plans Bankruptcy Filing
The retail chain has faced a cash crunch for months, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Groupon Said to Be Pursuing Acquisition as Business Faces Pressure From Investors
Daily-deals company Groupon is pursuing an acquisition amid discontent among shareholders about the firm's financial performance and stock price, people familiar with the matter say. The target could be Yelp, the San Francisco-based online-review company, according to two other people familiar with the situation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Regulators Split On MAX Return
Boeing said the return to service of the 737 MAX jetliner could vary from country to country unless global regulators can agree on a single path to approving software and training changes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Producers, Stars of 'Bones' Settle With Twentieth Century Fox
The producers and stars of the television crime drama "Bones" have settled their legal battle with the Twentieth Century Fox Television studio over $128.5 million in punitive damages that an arbitrator awarded them earlier this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Plans to Ban Most Vaping Flavors
President Trump said the U.S. plans to pull most vaping products from the market, citing growing concerns about health hazards and rising use by teenagers of the trendy alternative to traditional cigarettes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

California Passes Landmark Bill Requiring Contract Workers to Be Labeled as Employees
California passed landmark employment legislation that challenges the business model of such "gig-economy" companies as ride-hailing giants Uber Technologies and Lyft, some of the brightest stars in Silicon Valley.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Administration Plans to Ban Some Vaping Products
President Trump's administration plans to ban all nontobacco-flavored vaping products amid growing concerns about health hazards and use by teens.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

As Juul Moves Abroad, It's Leaving Some of Its U.S. Restrictions Behind
As Juul Labs Inc. expands its e-cigarettes internationally, it hasn't placed the same restrictions on sales to combat underage vaping in Asia and other markets around the world as it has in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Sneaker Marketplace StockX Seeks New Customers With Bleacher Report Deal
StockX LLC has struck an advertising deal with WarnerMedia's Bleacher Report as it seeks to step up its marketing efforts in the competitive sneaker-resale business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Nissan Management Withholds Full Ghosn Report From Board
Nissan Motor's management has yet to give its board the complete 170-page report detailing alleged wrongdoing by former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, drawing complaints from some directors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Again Weighs Capital-Gains Tax Cuts
President Trump and his advisers are set to discuss whether to bypass Congress to lower capital-gains taxes by indexing them to inflation, according to three people familiar with Wednesday's meeting.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

California Governor Still in Talks With Uber, Lyft Over Gig Workers Law
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said he still hopes to reach a deal with ride-sharing giants Uber and Lyft over the status of their drivers under landmark employment legislation headed toward passage this week in the state legislature.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

How to Get Rid of Carbon Emissions: Pay Farmers to Bury Them
What if there was a way to combat climate change that didn't require technological breakthroughs, carbon taxes or eliminating all fossil fuels? Look to Iowa for the answer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Belgium Has No Government. Anheuser-Busch Thought Beer Could Help.
The giant brewer, maker of Budweiser, set up yellow tables with non-alcoholic suds to spur "National Debate" along the Flanders-Wallonia border. Some drank up, continued to argue and stole the furniture.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Can Beer Help Bridge a Divided Nation? Anheuser-Busch Gave It a Try.
The giant brewer, maker of Budweiser, set up yellow tables with non-alcoholic suds to spur "National Debate" along Belgium's Flanders-Wallonia border. Some drank up, continued to argue and stole the furniture.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

Trump Again Mulls Capital Gains Tax Cuts
President Trump is planning to meet with his economic advisers on Wednesday to discuss whether his administration should lower capital-gains taxes by indexing gains to inflation, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 11, 2019

GM Recalls 3.5 Million Trucks, SUVs Over Brake Defect
GM is recalling about 3.5 million 2014-2018 model-year trucks and SUVs in the U.S. to fix a problem that makes it harder for drivers to apply the brakes.

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