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Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Going Beyond the Tampon, Big Brands Try New Ideas
Kimberly-Clark Corp., seller of Kotex tampons and pads, is investing $25 million in Thinx LLC, a maker of reusable period underwear, looking to benefit from consumers' growing preference for sustainable products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Tanker Operators Look to U.S. to Replace Saudi Oil Cargoes
U.S. crude shipments are set to rise as major Asian importers look to replenish supplies after attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities took out a big chunk of global oil output.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Factories Bounced Back in August
A measure of U.S. factory, mining and utility output increased, a welcome sign of resilience after recent some other weak economic indicators.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Juul's Sales Halted in China, Days After Launch
Sales by e-cigarette maker Juul Labs have been halted in China, days after the startup launched its products in the world's biggest tobacco market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Kraft Heinz Shares Slide After 3G Trims Stake
3G Capital, the Brazilian private-equity firm that helped create Kraft Heinz, has sold about 9% of its stake in the struggling food maker, a move that weighed on the company's shares.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Fed Steps Into Repo Market to Control Soaring Rates
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York entered the money markets with up to $75 billion of transactions to tamp down rising interest rates that had threatened the central bank's control of its benchmark fed-funds rate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

WeWork Wants to Be More Than Office Space. It Hasn't Had Much Success.
WeWork aims to go far beyond co-working. Its rental-apartment venture struggles to make money, while other side businesses have fizzled.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

AT&T CEO Defends Expected Successor After Activist Attack
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson defended his choice of a likely successor in his first public remarks since activist hedge fund Elliott Management's challenge to the company's strategy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

'Big Bang Theory' to Show on HBO's New Streaming Service
HBO Max, the streaming service AT&T's WarnerMedia is launching next spring, has struck a deal for streaming rights to reruns of CBS's just-ended comedy series.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Industrial Production Rose in August
A measure of U.S. factory, mining and utility output rose in August, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday, a welcome sign of resilience in the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

WeWork's Parent Postpones IPO
WeWork's parent postponed its initial public offering after investors questioned how much the company is worth and raised concerns about its corporate governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

AT&T CEO Defends His Likely Successor After Activist Attack
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson defended his choice of a likely successor in his first public remarks since activist hedge fund Elliott Management's challenge to the company's strategy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Amazon Music to Keep on Rockin' With High-Definition Streaming
Amazon is introducing a high-resolution version of its music service, making it the first major subscription-streaming player to offer digital sound quality at CD quality or better.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Comcast's 'Peacock' Becomes Latest Entrant in Streaming Scramble
Comcast's new streaming service, called "Peacock," will debut in April with a slate of original programming featuring stars like Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore, in addition to exclusive streaming rights to popular NBC staples.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Walmart Likely Discriminated Against Female Workers, EEOC Finds
Walmart likely discriminated against 178 female store workers by paying less or denying promotions because of their gender, the EEOC said in memos viewed by the Journal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

GM Strikes Don't Pack Economic Punch They Once Did
The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors could lower the thermostat on the U.S. economy but economists say it would take a lengthy stoppage to make a national mark.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

'The Big Bang Theory' to Show on New Streaming Service HBO Max
HBO Max, the new direct-to-consumer streaming service AT&T's WarnerMedia is launching next spring, has struck a deal for streaming rights to reruns of the just-ended CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Bud Brewer Takes Another Shot at Asian IPO
The world's largest brewer is taking a second shot at listing its Asian business, seeking to raise up to $7.6 billion in Hong Kong, even as the city reels from a summer of protests and from trade tensions between the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Bud Brewer Takes Another Shot at Asian IPO After First Attempt Went Flat
The world's largest brewer is taking a second shot at listing its Asian business, seeking to raise up to $7.6 billion in Hong Kong, even as the city reels from a summer of protests and from trade tensions between the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Sony Rejects Third Point's Proposal to Break Up Company
Sony rejected activist investor Daniel Loeb's request for a spinoff of the profitable Sony unit that supplies parts for iPhone cameras, saying that keeping the business preserves synergies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Chip Makers Are Seeking More 5G Connections
Expensive phones on complex networks spell opportunity for Broadcom, Qualcomm, Qorvo and Skyworks

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

MoviePass Insider Makes Offer for Subscription Service
Theodore Farnsworth, chairman and CEO of MoviePass's majority shareholder, is leading a group of investors on an offer to purchase the theater-subscription service's assets, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

China Faces Broad Economic Slump as It Seeks Trade Fix With U.S.
Economic activity in China cooled further in August, testing Beijing's tolerance for slower growth as it seeks to ease trade tensions with the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max Review: The Battery Life We've Been Dying For
With the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro models, Apple finally addressed the biggest user concern: battery life. Personal technology columnist Joanna Stern reviews the new lineup.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Uber Seeks to Build Up Freight Business
Uber Technologies is digging deeper into the freight business, ramping up hiring at a planned new hub in Chicago and rolling out logistics services even as its core ride-hailing business continues to post steep losses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Why Fed Officials Aren't Saying More About the Interest Rate Outlook
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is leading his colleagues to cut rates by a quarter percentage point at their meeting this week, for the second time in as many months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

Why Fed Officials Aren't Saying More About the Rate Outlook
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is leading his colleagues to cut rates by a quarter percentage point at their meeting this week, for the second time in as many months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

World Catching Up With China on Surveillance Tech
China leads the world in facial-recognition and other new surveillance technologies, according to a new report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 17, 2019

WeWork's Parent Looks to Delay IPO As Investors Balk
WeWork's parent is expected to postpone its initial public offering after investors questioned how much the company is worth and its corporate governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Moves Ahead With U.S.-Japan Trade Pact That Eases Some Tariffs
President Trump notified Congress on Monday that the U.S. and Japan were prepared to enter a limited agreement that would lower some tariffs and set terms of digital trade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

SeaWorld Entertainment CEO Resigns After Seven Months
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. said Monday that Chief Executive Gustavo Antorcha is leaving the company, seven months after taking the helm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

WeWork Parent Expected to Postpone IPO Until October at Earliest Amid Investor Pushback
WeWork's parent is expected to postpone its initial public offering after investors questioned how much the company is worth and its corporate governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

California Governor Joins Those Wanting to Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said he would sign a bill banning flavored e-cigarettes if the state legislature sent one his way.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

UAW Strike Could Cost GM $100 Million a Day
With no vehicles being built, the walkout involving roughly 46,000 full-time workers could dent GM's profit by $50 million to $100 million daily, analysts say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

GM Workers Head to Picket Lines to Press Demands
General Motors factory workers went on strike in the United Auto Workers' first nationwide walkout in 12 years, protesting to secure better pay, more job security and other benefits ahead of an expected slowdown in the U.S. car market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Antitrust Enforcers Signal Discord Over Probes of Big Tech
Turf battles between the federal government's two antitrust enforcers are revving up as both assert authority to investigate whether big technology companies are engaging in anticompetitive behavior.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

International Panel Set to Criticize FAA's Approval Process for Boeing 737 MAX Jets
A panel of international air-safety regulators is finishing a report expected to criticize the initial U.S. approval of Boeing 737 MAX jets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

New Relic Lowers Outlook, Shakes Up Executive Ranks
The cloud-software company reduced its revenue forecast and said its technology chief and chief revenue officer are exiting.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Netflix Reaches Streaming Deal for 'Seinfeld'
Netflix has struck a five-year deal to become the exclusive world-wide streaming home of "Seinfeld," the hit NBC comedy from the 1990s.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Frackers to Stand Pat, Reap Profits After Attacks on Saudi Oil
U.S. shale companies aren't planning to fill the void in global crude supplies left by an attack on Saudi Arabia's top oil facilities. Instead, producers hope to profit from price increases caused by the disruption.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Paul Ingrassia, Prizewinning Automotive Journalist and Author, Dies at 69
One of the leading chroniclers of the auto industry for more than three decades, the writer died on Monday in Naples, Fla., where he had been under treatment for pancreatic cancer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Former Oil CEO Aims to Change How the U.S. Exports Natural Gas
SeaOne Holdings, founded by the former chief of shale giant EOG Resources, has new technology for shipping U.S. natural gas abroad—and a plan to build natural-gas power plants in Colombia.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

UAW Strike Could Cost General Motors $100 Million a Day
With no vehicles being built, the walkout involving roughly 46,000 full-time workers could dent GM's profit by between $50 million and $100 million daily, analysts say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

New Relic Shares Fall as Company Lowers Outlook, Shakes Up Executive Ranks
Shares of the cloud-software company plunged after it cut its yearly revenue outlook and said two top executives are departing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

No One Can Agree on How to Price California Home Insurance for Wildfires
Finding home insurance in wildfire-prone parts of California is getting more difficult and more expensive. No one can agree on how to make it any easier.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Amazon Search Change Boosts Its Own Products
The e-commerce giant overcame internal dissent from engineers and lawyers, people familiar with the move say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Amazon Changed Search Algorithm in Ways That Boost Its Own Products
The e-commerce giant overcame internal dissent from engineers and lawyers, people familiar with the move say. The previously undisclosed change, which could help other products, too, risks further antitrust scrutiny.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Saudi Officials Consider Delaying Aramco IPO After Attacks
Saudi Arabian officials are discussing delaying Aramco's initial public offering, after attacks on the company's largest oil facilities sidelined more than half of the kingdom's output, people familiar with the matter said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Again Pressures Fed in Wake of Saudi Attacks
President Trump repeated his sharp criticism of the Federal Reserve after an attack in Saudi Arabia over the weekend led to a major crude-oil disruption.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Saudi Officials Consider Delaying Aramco IPO
Saudi Arabian officials are discussing delaying Aramco's initial public offering, after attacks on the company's largest oil facilities sidelined more than half of the kingdom's output, people familiar with the matter said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Endeavor Group Could Raise $712 Million in IPO
Endeavor Group plans to raise as much as $712.3 million in its initial public offering, the entertainment company said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Global Services Trade Also Set To Slow, Says WTO
The impact of the U.S.-China trade war, until now largely confined to manufacturing, may be spreading to the trade in services, a development that could further drag on global economic growth

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

Activists Bark Loudly With Smaller Bites
The phenomenon of cantankerous shareholders staking their claim on very large companies with ever smaller interests has grown, but in many cases it isn't clear if companies would have taken decisions on their own accord.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

China's Economy Aches All Over as Beijing Seeks Trade Fix With the U.S.
Economic activity in China cooled further in August, testing Beijing's tolerance for slower growth as it seeks to ease trade tensions with the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

United Auto Workers Go On Strike at GM's U.S. Factories
Factory workers at General Motors went on a nationwide strike, in the United Auto Workers' largest work stoppage in more than a decade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy
Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy protection with a partial deal aimed at resolving thousands of lawsuits filed by states and local municipalities accusing it of fueling the opioid crisis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy Protection
Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy protection with a partial deal aimed at resolving thousands of lawsuits filed by states and local municipalities accusing it of fueling the opioid crisis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 16, 2019

OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy Protection--Update
Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy protection with a partial deal aimed at resolving thousands of lawsuits filed by states and local municipalities accusing it of fueling the opioid crisis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

Boeing's Board to Weigh Engineering, Safety Changes After MAX Crashes
Boeing's board is expected to consider revamping the aerospace giant's engineering department as among the first tangible internal changes following two deadly crashes of its 737 MAX airliner.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

Global Cloud Xchange Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Global Cloud Xchange filed for bankruptcy protection Sunday after reaching a deal with lenders that will erase $150 million in debt and hands control of the telecommunications company to its senior bondholders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

As Gucci Tripped on Social Media, Sales Fell
The fashion brand soared as it forged connections with hip-hop artists and streetwear influencers on Instagram and other platforms, but the momentum reversed when Gucci brought out a sweater likened to blackface.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 15, 2019

United Auto Workers Calls for Strike at 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

Economy Week Ahead: Fed Policy Statement, Home Sales, Industrial Production Data
In the week ahead, the U.S. will see fresh figures on industrial production, housing starts and existing home sales. The Federal Reserve will release its policy statement.

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

Strong U.S. Dollar Prompts Speculation of Trump Intervention
The Trump administration has considered whether to use currency intervention as a weapon in its trade war, which has raised a host of questions among investors and traders, including whether such an effort would work.

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

As Draghi Gets Ready to Exit, His Legacy Remains Contested
A revolt among ECB rate setters didn't stop President Mario Draghi from delivering a last stimulus, but their skepticism and fatigue with his policies and leadership style suggest the far-reaching changes he instituted aren't guaranteed to stay.

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.

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