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Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Steelmakers Boast Impressive Record of Getting Tariffs---and Avoiding Them
U.S. steelmakers prevailed in their push for the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The industry also succeeded in a later effort to make some tariffs disappear.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Hasbro Still Feels Sting From Loss of Toys 'R' Us Business
Hasbro continued to struggle in the aftermath of Toys "R" Us's demise, as liquidation sales damped demand for orders and finding new places for the lost business created complications.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Kimberly-Clark Names Michael Hsu as CEO, Successor to Thomas Falk
Kimberly-Clark said it was switching chief executives in the midst of a restructuring program intended to boost profits as it struggles with weak sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Super Micro Computer Denies Malicious Chip Report
Super Micro Computer said in a letter to customers that a media report claiming a malevolent hardware chip was installed in its motherboards is incorrect and that it is conducting a review in light of the story.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Fiat Chrysler Unloads Parts Unit in $7.1 Billion KKR Deal
Japan's Calsonic Kansei agreed to buy Fiat Chrysler's auto-parts business for $7.1 billion, a deal that will catapult the combined company into the top ranks of global auto suppliers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Airlines Face Rising Fuel Costs. Blame Cruise Ships.
Airlines' fuel budgets are about to get squeezed by unlikely competitors. Shipowners around the world are expected to start switching next year to cleaner-burning diesel fuel, ahead of emissions regulations taking effect in 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Airfares Could Keep Rising. Blame Cruise Ships.
Airlines' fuel budgets are about to get squeezed by unlikely competitors. Shipowners around the world are expected to start switching next year to cleaner-burning diesel fuel, ahead of emissions regulations taking effect in 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. Steelmakers Succeed in Getting Tariffs, Removing Others
U.S. steel producers prevailed in their push this past spring for the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The industry also succeeded in a later effort to make some tariffs disappear.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Halliburton Profit Beats Forecasts Despite Softness in Demand
Halliburton profit rose 19% in the latest quarter but the oil-field services company said demand for some of its key operations came in weaker than anticipated.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Icahn-Backed American Railcar Is Selling Itself
American Railcar Industries, which is majority owned by activist investor Carl Icahn's firm, is being acquired by a subsidiary of ITE Rail Fund.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Hasbro Misses Earnings Estimates as Sting From Toys 'R' Us Lingers
Hasbro Inc. reported a slight drop in earnings for the third quarter compared with the same quarter a year earlier as the toy-seller felt the sting of Toys "R" Us being liquidated.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Search for Amazon HQ2 Sparks Real-Estate Speculation
Real-estate investors are poised to buy up property in whichever city Amazon.com picks for its second headquarters. Some bold investors aren't waiting.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. Steelmakers Shift Focus to Make Tariffs Go Away
U.S. steel producers prevailed in their push this past spring for the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The industry also succeeded in a later effort to make some tariffs disappear.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Fiat Chrysler Unloads Car-Parts Unit in $7.1 Billion Deal With KKR
Japan's Calsonic Kansei agreed to buy Fiat Chrysler's auto-parts business, Magneti Marelli, for $7.1 billion, a deal that will catapult the combined company into the top ranks of global auto suppliers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 22, 2018

Ryanair Earnings Hit by Staff and Fuel Costs
European budget airline Ryanair Holdings said second-quarter net profit—during the busy summer season—fell 6%, three weeks after the company cut its full-year guidance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Charles Wang, Founder of Computer Associates, Dies at 74
Charles B. Wang, who helped found the software company Computer Associates International Inc. and was a part owner of the New York Islanders professional hockey team, died Sunday in Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Uber Ambitiously Eyes 2021 for Food-Delivery Drones Launch
Uber Technologies envisions taking to the skies with a fleet of food-delivery drones in as little as three years, an ambitious timeline for a ride-hailing company that would face technical challenges and regulatory hurdles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Richard Parsons Steps Down From CBS Board
CBS interim chairman Richard Parsons is resigning because of health issues. New board member Strauss Zelnick will succeed him.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

U.S., EU Trade Teams Seek Fast Results and Big Savings
U.S. and European trade negotiators are focused on aligning regulations on goods and services as they seek to cement a July trade cease-fire between President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Court Issues Restraining Order Against Skin-Care Entrepreneur
A Canadian court issued a restraining order against Brandon Truaxe after the Toronto skin-care-products entrepreneur sent an email last week threatening harm to Leonard Lauder, chairman emeritus of Estée Lauder.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Saudi 'Davos in the Desert' Lowers Its Profile
Russian and Asian executives and midlevel Western bankers will attend a Saudi Arabian investment conference this week that will be less splashy and global than its inaugural last year dubbed "Davos in the Desert."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

A Billionaire Pledges to Fight High Drug Prices, and the Industry Is Rattled
Ex-energy trader John Arnold has put $100 million behind efforts to curb prices. Drugmakers say his view is flawed and oversimplified, and will restrict patients' access to important medicines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Frackers Bet on New Terminals to Boost Oil Exports
Companies plan to expand U.S. port infrastructure as existing shipping ports are ill-equipped to handle the growing crude oil load.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Global Economy Week Ahead: Durable Goods, GDP, Consumer Sentiment
Economic data in the coming week will include the Commerce Department's reading on third-quarter gross domestic product as well as durable-good orders for September.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Bull Market's Latest Hurdle: Slowing Sales Growth
Firms from BlackRock to IBM report disappointing quarterly sales, citing such factors as cautious customers, rising costs and a stronger dollar.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Viacom Plans 'To All the Boys' Sequel for Netflix in Push to Create More Content for Rivals
The MTV owner is also rebooting ‘The Real World' for Facebook. Its new strategy: if you can't beat them, feed them

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

'Halloween' Scares Up Strong Opening Numbers
Michael Myers and "Halloween" staged a comeback at the box office over the weekend, collecting $77.5 million in a debut that brings the 40-year-old horror franchise back from the dead.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Even Among Entrepreneurs, There's a Gender Pay Gap
Women who start companies often pay themselves less than male counterparts in comparable situations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

The Key to Being Safer Online Is Actually a Key
The best way to protect yourself against hackers and phishers is to turn on two-factor authentication—then get a YubiKey or Google Titan Key.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 21, 2018

Deal to Create Chinese Lithium Giant Faces Legal Challenge
A Chilean court is set to rule on a legal challenge to Tianqi Lithium's deal to buy 24% of mining company SQM—which critics say could create a cartel for a key element in electric-vehicle and smartphone batteries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

John Mack, Old-School Financier, Coaches Fintech Wannabes
Since handing over the reins at Morgan Stanley, John Mack has been working with financial-technology startups, dabbling in bitcoin and watching as Wall Street gives way to a mellower brand of finance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

MTV Owner's Streaming Strategy: If You Can't Beat Them, Feed Them
Viacom is rebooting MTV's "The Real World" franchise for Facebook, the latest sign that the cable-TV giant has stopped fighting the growing dominance of digital players like Netflix and is instead producing shows—and soon movies—for them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

Strong Economy Draws WomenInto U.S. Labor Force
For most of the last two decades, the share of women participating in the U.S. labor force was in decline. Thanks to a strong economy, that long-running trend shows signs of reversing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

China Finds Big-Ticket Spending Is a Road to Nowhere
Beijing is trying to kick its habit of using big-ticket stimulus spending on infrastructure, a turning point from a growth model that has left many Chinese cities adorned with empty high-rises and underused highways.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

Will Tech Leave Detroit in the Dust?
As IPO proposals value Uber at an eye-popping $120 billion, auto makers are racing to gain ground in everything from car sharing to driverless technology. At stake: who will control the future of transportation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 20, 2018

Defense Firms Struggle With Security-Clearance Backlog
An exacerbated workforce crunch for makers of warships, jet fighters and cybersecurity systems is forcing them to resort to workarounds to finish Pentagon orders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Charlie Collier to Become CEO of Entertainment for New 'Fox'
21st Century Fox has tapped AMC Networks executive Charlie Collier to become CEO of entertainment for the new "Fox" entity that will be formed when the company completes its pending sale of assets to Walt Disney.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Hackers Breach Healthcare.gov
The Affordable Care Act's federal exchange system for insurance was breached and about 75,000 consumer files compromised, the Trump administration said Friday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lashes Out at Analyst, Short-Sellers
The chief executive of Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. targeted a Goldman Sachs analyst and lashed out against traders shorting the company's stock during a third-quarter earnings call Friday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Fed's Kaplan: Too Soon to Know How Saudi Tensions Could Affect Economy
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said it is too soon to say what rising tensions with Saudi Arabia over the suspected killing of a Saudi journalist might mean for the U.S. economy, but he acknowledged the issue is on his dashboard of risks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Housing Market is Faltering and Strong Economy Offers No Cure
The housing market is in a seven-month slump, the longest in four years, as the divergence between a booming economy and weakening home sales that many had dismissed as temporary now looks poised to continue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

In a Tight Labor Market, Even the Staffing Firms Struggle
Staffing company ManpowerGroup gave a muted outlook Friday as a tight U.S. labor market continues to pinch revenue and political uncertainties in Europe cause employers to rethink short-term hiring plans.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Hasbro to Cut Workforce in New Round of Layoffs
The toy company is planning layoffs that will trim less than 10% of its workforce, a move the maker of Monopoly, Nerf guns and Disney Princess dolls says is a response to changes in how consumers buy and play with toys.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

SEC Opens Investigation Into Honeywell's Accounting
Honeywell International said the SEC opened an investigation into its accounting of asbestos-related claims.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Chevron Ready to Resume Oil Output in Wafra if Saudis, Kuwaitis Agree
Chevron stands ready to restart pumping oil in a field shared by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait once the countries settle a dispute over environmental licenses, the company said Friday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Daimler Issues Profit Warning, Sending Shares Down
Daimler warned of "significantly lower" earnings for the full year and said profit had dropped 27% in the three months to Sept. 30, sending shares to a five-year low.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

For Women Managers, One Mistake Can Stall a Career
Women have little margin for error, while men's flaws or bad ideas are minimized.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Fell in September
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes declined in September, extending a weak stretch for the housing market in a period of otherwise strong economic growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Frustrated Investors Want Frackers to Consolidate
A private-equity firm is urging oil producer Resolute Energy to merge with a rival, the latest salvo in a growing campaign by some investors to force shale drillers to consolidate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Facebook Turns to U.K. Politician to Help Repair Image
Facebook has hired Britain's former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, as its top policy and communications executive, giving a Silicon Valley outsider the task of mending the social network's image.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Facebook Turns to U.K. Politician to Help Repair Its Image
Facebook has hired one of Britain's best-known politicians as its top policy and communications executive, giving a Silicon Valley outsider the task of mending the social network's image.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

P&G Posts Strongest Sales Growth in Five Years
Procter & Gamble reported stronger sales in the latest quarter, driven by gains in the beauty segment, as the consumer-products giant seeks to snap a stretch of lackluster growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

New 'Opportunity Zone' Rules Offer Developers Tax Breaks
The Trump administration on Friday will propose guidelines that will help investors use a new tax incentive that encourages development in low-income areas.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Honeywell Cuts Profit Outlook on Expected Spinoff Impacts
Honeywell International lowered its profit guidance to reflect the spinoffs in its home and transportation businesses, while also reporting positive quarterly results.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Amazon Revisits Some Cities as HQ2 Decision Looms
Amazon executives have made a fresh round of visits to several of the 20 finalists for its $5 billion second-headquarters project, fueling added anticipation as it nears a decision in a process that has stretched over more than a year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Can Tesla Drive Out of the Slow Lane in China?
The electric car company has suffered amid U.S.-China trade tensions. Its plan to go local in China faces some stiff obstacles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Why Big Tech Keeps Trying Its Hand at Hardware
Google, Amazon and Microsoft are making lots of new devices, but what they're really selling are touchpoints.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Malaysia's Petronas Set to Buy 10% Stake in Giant Oman Gas Field
Malaysia's state oil company has agreed to acquire about a 10% stake in the giant Khazzan natural gas field in Oman, giving Petronas a toehold in one of the biggest fracking projects ever completed outside the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

Najib's Former Deputy Charged as Malaysia Graft Probes Bite
Malaysia charged a former deputy prime minister with breaking money-laundering and corruption laws as Mahathir Mohamad's government steps up investigations into graft allegations plaguing the former administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 19, 2018

China Growth Slows to 6.5%; Finance Officials Try to Soothe Worried Investors
China's economic expansion slowed to its weakest pace since the financial crisis, as top financial regulators launched an extraordinary coordinated effort to calm jittery investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Tech Startups Stoke Market for IPOs
After years on the stock market's sidelines, a number of highly valued Silicon Valley companies are gearing up to go public as soon as next year. Among the IPO candidates are ride-sharing companies Uber Technologies and Lyft, and data-mining specialist Palantir Technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Companies Split on U.S. Exit From Postal Pact Benefiting China
Many American companies applauded the country's move to pull out of an international postal agreement, but some organizations worried it could crimp the flow of global e-commerce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

America Struggles to Take Its Pigs to World's Biggest Market
Chinese consumers are increasingly hungry for pork. With U.S. imports more expensive because of tariffs, companies around the world see an opportunity for long-term business—and for a fundamental realignment in the global supply chain.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

DowDuPont to Record $4.6 Billion Charge as Agriculture Unit Suffers
DowDuPont's agriculture unit is taking a $4.6 billion charge in the third quarter after the business lowered its long-term expectations on sales and profits, a move that underscores challenges agribusinesses are facing in the Americas.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

CBS Names Two Showtime Executives to Senior Positions
CBS promoted two executives from subsidiary Showtime to senior leadership positions at CBS as the media company works to remake itself after a recent tumultuous stretch.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

StarKist to Plead Guilty in Price-Fixing Probe
StarKist has agreed to plead guilty to a felony antitrust offense for fixing prices on canned tuna and faces a fine of up to $100 million, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Signal Search: Cellphone Service After Major Hurricanes
Persistent cellular site outages after Hurricane Michael left many first responders and residents of Panama City, Fla., unable to reach loved ones or those in need of help for several days. Here's how cellphone service fared after recent major storms that made landfall in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Coca-Cola Shuffles Executives; CEO Names a No. 2
CEO James Quincey promoted company veteran Brian Smith into Coca-Cola's vacant No. 2 role and disclosed the retirement of finance chief Kathy Waller.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

U.S.-Saudi Defense Ties on Track to Weather Controversy
Controversy surrounding the suspected killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is unlikely to derail the multibillion-dollar relationship that makes Saudi Arabia a top customer of U.S. defense firms, experts say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Quarles Backs Fed's Gradual Policy Course
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles reaffirmed the central bank's gradual monetary policy course, saying policy makers should avoid focusing too much on metrics that come with a high degree of uncertainty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Fed's Bullard Says It Is Still a Mistake for Central Bank to Project Rate Rises
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Thursday that a modernized way of looking at a venerable monetary-policy rule supports his belief that no rate rises are needed right now.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

How Autonomous Vehicles Will Reshape Our World
Self-driving cars are just one piece of the puzzle. Former New York City traffic commissioner Samuel I. Schwartz (aka Gridlock Sam) explains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Ugh, Green Bubbles! Switching From Apple to Android Is Hard
Apple has erected some high walls around its iPhone users. Those who wish to leave iOS have to do some climbing, and moving out of the iMessage ecosystem takes several steps.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Inflation Is Back---and Unilever, Nestlé Are Taking Advantage
Unilever and Nestlé reported stronger sales as a wave of inflation in many markets emboldened the consumer-goods giants to raise prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Uber Borrows $2 Billion in Debut Bond Sale
Uber Technologies sold its first-ever bonds, issuing $2 billion of debt to fund operations as it prepares for an IPO expected next year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Opioid Makers Ask Counties for Proof of Harm
As the number of opioid lawsuits against Purdue Pharma and other drug manufacturers reaches 1,500 and counting, the companies are pushing their adversaries to offer specific details to back up their claims.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

5G Has Arrived. It's Been A Long Wait for Ericsson, Nokia.
After years of stagnant sales, the push to build new 5G networks is finally paying off for the world's telecom-equipment makers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

U.S. Startup Accuses Huawei of Trying to Steal Its Technology
An escalating battle between the U.S. and China for tech supremacy is playing out in federal court between Huawei Technologies and a Silicon Valley startup backed by Microsoft and Dell Technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

U.S. Startup Accuses China's Huawei of Trying to Steal Semiconductor Technology
An escalating battle between the U.S. and China for tech supremacy is playing out in federal court between Huawei Technologies Co. and a Silicon Valley startup backed by Microsoft Corp. and Dell Technologies Inc.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Fed's Bullard Says Modernized Taylor Rule Supports No Rate Changes
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Thursday that a modernized way of looking at a venerable monetary-policy rule supports his belief that no rate rises are needed right now.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Secretive Data Company Palantir Weighs Giant Public Offering
Data-mining giant Palantir Technologies, one of Silicon Valley's most secretive companies, is weighing an initial public offering likely to be among the largest in recent years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Bill Gates: How Paul Allen Changed My Life
When other high school kids were sneaking out of the house to go partying, Paul and I would sneak out at night to go use the computers in a lab at the University of Washington, Bill Gates recalls in a remembrance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

U.S. Jobless Claims Dropped Last Week
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits fell last week, indicative of a tight labor market in which employers are reluctant to lay off workers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Bill Gates: What I Loved About Paul Allen
When other high school kids were sneaking out of the house to go partying, Paul and I would sneak out at night to go use the computers in a lab at the University of Washington, Bill Gates recalls in a remembrance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Higher Costs Hit PPG
Paint and coatings maker PPG Industries said higher prices and cost cuts weren't enough to cover rising expenses for its ingredients.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Morgan Stanley Banker's Side Gig Could Land Role on Uber IPO
As Uber's market debut looms, Morgan Stanley's top tech banker has taken center stage. He has moonlighted for years as a driver for the ride-hailing service, which may help the bank win the role of top underwriter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

In the Fight Against Fake News, Facebook's Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep Up
The social network's algorithms scan billions of posts each day in hopes of flagging misinformation before it goes viral; humans play a supporting role, but in the end they simply can't keep up.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Inflation Is Back---and Consumer-Goods Giants Are Taking Advantage
Two of the world's largest consumer-goods companies, Unilever and Nestlé, reported stronger sales as a wave of inflation in many markets emboldened them to raise prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Estée Lauder's Tracey Travis Puts Stock in Developing Talent
The finance chief's array of experience is shaping how the New York-based cosmetics company attracts and develops finance employees amid stiff competition for talent in a tight labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Novartis to Buy Cancer-Drug Maker Endocyte for $2.1 Billion
Novartis said it would buy cancer-drug maker Endocyte for $2.1 billion, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant's latest move to refocus on higher-value medicines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Facebook Finds Hack Done by Spammers, Not Foreign State
The company believes the hackers who accessed 30 million accounts masqueraded as a digital marketing firm and were driven by greed, not ideology.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

Publicis Plans to Sell Part of Health-Care Unit
Advertising giant Publicis Groupe said it plans to sell part of its health-care business as part of a broader review, the latest sign of contraction on Madison Avenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

New Cyberdefenses to Protect Your Smart Appliances From Hackers
Two SoftBank-backed companies are teaming up to thwart hackers pummeling some of the cyberworld's most vulnerable targets (think lightbulbs and thermostats).

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2018

MSC Orders Four Luxury Ships; Rooms Cost Up to $14,000 a Week
Swiss-based MSC Cruises is ordering four ultraluxury cruise ships worth $2.3 billion, marking its entry into a growing market that caters to the wealthiest travelers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

U.S. to Deliver on Threat to End China's Mail Privilege
The Trump administration opened a new front in Washington's economic conflict with China, starting a process to withdraw from a 144-year-old international postal body whose discounts allow Chinese merchants to ship small packages to U.S. customers at steeply discounted rates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

United, Delta Climb on Business-Class Demand
Strong demand for premium travel is helping U.S. carriers like United and Delta offset higher fuel costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

U.S. Criticizes China's Currency Practices, but Doesn't Add Manipulator Designation
The U.S. Treasury again passed up a formal opportunity to designate China a "currency manipulator," but singled out the nation's currency practices as a source of "particular concern."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

Alcoa Raises Profit Outlook as Tariffs Lift Aluminum Prices
Alcoa said higher U.S. aluminum prices from a tariff on imports and rising sales of raw materials needed to make aluminum improved its revenue in the third quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

EBay Sues Amazon, Alleging Sellers Were Illegally Poached
EBay.com filed a lawsuit against Amazon.com, accusing the company of illegally poaching sellers on its marketplace via eBay's internal messaging system.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2018

Constellation CEO Rob Sands to Step Down From Corona Brewer
Rob Sands, the third in his family to lead the upstate Victor, N.Y. company, will step aside as chief executive on March 1, entrusting Constellation's future to one of his lieutenants, Bill Newlands.

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