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Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Lucy Peng to Step Down as CEO of Alibaba's Lazada
Longtime Alibaba executive Lucy Peng is stepping down as chief executive of the e-commerce giant's Lazada Group after nine months on the job.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Virgin Galactic Rockets Out of Atmosphere for First Time
Virgin Galactic LLC, Richard Branson's space-tourism venture, reached the edge of space in a test flight Thursday, four years after a fatal accident set back the project.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Apple Plans Billion-Dollar Texas Campus in Wave of New Sites
Apple plans to invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin that could create 15,000 jobs, as it aims to make good on promises to boost contributions to the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

California Girds for Higher Power Prices After Fires
PG&E customers could soon face massive rate hikes due to the state's catastrophic wildfires, experts say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

GE to Sell Part of Digital Business
General Electric reached a deal to sell off part of its GE Digital business and set aside the rest in a separate company, as the conglomerate narrows its focus and scales back its software ambitions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Amazon Invasion in New York and Virginia Will Be a Slow One
Amazon's announcement that it will bring 25,000 new jobs each to New York and Northern Virginia sparked a frenzy of activity. Lost in the commotion: It will take many years, if not a decade, before residents see an army of Amazon employees invading their cities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

LVMH Close to Deal for Hotel Operator Belmond
French luxury-goods company LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is close to a deal to acquire Belmond, a London-based owner and operator of high-end hotels around the world.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Many States See Strong Revenue
At least 19 states are reaping more than they expected for their general funds this fiscal year. Economic growth and changes in U.S. tax law are both feeding the revenue stream.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Sales Rise at Costco, but Fall Short of Expectations
Costco Wholesale sales surged in its latest quarter, as the warehouse chain continued to benefit from a strong economy and shopper interest in everything from bulk toilet paper to discounted branded clothes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Sears Goes Under and Sales Go Up
The retailer, which has filed for bankruptcy protection, attributed a 4.3% rise in comparable sales to liquidations at stores that it is closing. Still, total revenue fell 23% and its loss widened.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Making of a Computer-Generated Influencer
Social media's so-called influencers have become sought-after brand ambassadors, with millions of followers and lucrative advertising deals. Now, the computer-generated Miquela Sousa character is testing the power of online celebrity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Starbucks to Offer Coffee Delivery Across U.S.
Starbucks plans to expand coffee delivery across the U.S. with UberEats as part of a broader strategy to try to reach more customers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

U.S. Budget Deficit Widened to $305 Billion in First Two Months of Fiscal 2019
The government ran a $305 billion deficit in October and November, compared with a $202 billion deficit during the same period a year earlier, the Treasury Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Caterpillar Puts CEO Back in Charge of Board
Caterpillar Inc.'s chief executive Jim Umpleby has been named chairman of the machinery giant's board as well, cementing his leadership nearly two year into his tenure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Las Vegas Housing Weakness Signals the Slowdown Is Spreading
The national housing slowdown is spreading to markets like Las Vegas and Phoenix, where only weeks ago prices were still accelerating.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

ECB Cuts Growth Forecasts as It Ends Bond-Buying Program
The European Central Bank cut its economic growth forecasts Thursday, highlighting the risks confronting Europe's economy even as it ended its massive four-year stimulus program.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Economists Scale Back Their Projections for Fed Rate Increases
Private economists tempered their expectations for the path of interest rates next year in a new Wall Street Journal survey, and many foresee the Federal Reserve cutting rates starting in 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

Economists See U.S.-China Trade War as Biggest Threat in 2019
Most economists in a recent WSJ survey view a trade war between the U.S. and China as the biggest threat to the U.S. economy in 2019.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2018

U.S. Jobless Claims Post Largest Weekly Drop Since 2015
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits fell last week by the most in three and a half years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

China Prepares to Increase Access for Foreign Companies
China is preparing to replace an industrial policy savaged by the Trump administration as protectionist with a new program promising greater access for foreign companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Europe and Japan's Cheese-for-Cars Trade Deal to Launch Next Year
European Union lawmakers capped a two-year sprint to seal an economic partnership agreement with Japan, highlighting the U.S. allies' urgency in reacting to President Trump's disruptive trade policies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

FBI: Chinese Espionage Poses 'Most Severe' Threat to American Security
The disclosures, at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, came as the Trump administration is preparing to lay out an unprecedented amount of evidence in coming days about Chinese spying and hacking operations designed to steal secrets from U.S. companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Tencent Music Rises in Trading Debut
Investors sounded notes of optimism about Tencent Music Entertainment Group, one of the biggest IPOs in the U.S. in recent years, pushing its shares 7.7% higher in the company's trading debut.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Tailored Brands Trims Outlook
Tailored Brands Inc. lowered its outlook for the year after sales at its Men's Wearhouse business softened last month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Scientists Skeptical About Gene-Edited Baby Experiment
When a Chinese scientist claimed last month that he created the first genetically modified babies, scientists around the world were stunned and alarmed. Now, scientists who examined the very limited available data from the experiments are questioning whether the gene edits the scientist claimed he made were even successful.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

U.S. Consumer Prices Flat in November, Posing Dilemma for Fed
Inflation remains muted even though unemployment has fallen to a near 50-year low and economic growth in 2018 was among the fastest in this expansion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

U.S. Soybean Farmers Work to Loosen China's Grip
As trade tensions cut deeply into exports, U.S. soybean farmers, industry groups and government officials are seeking a stronger foothold in international markets beyond China, including Europe and Southeast Asia.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

GM CEO Is Under Fire From Trump, Lawmakers Over Restructuring
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra faces bipartisan anger in Washington over the company's plans to cut 14,800 jobs and close four plants despite robust profits and a strong economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

CBS News Settles Harassment Suit From Three Colleagues of Charlie Rose
CBS News settled a lawsuit, for undisclosed terms, brought by three women who alleged they were harassed by former on-air personality Charlie Rose.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

P&G Buys Walker to Expand Offerings to African-Americans
Procter & Gamble agreed to acquire Walker & Co. as the consumer-products giant looks to serve more African-Americans with health and beauty products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Plastic Water Bottles, Which Enabled a Drinks Boom, Now Threaten a Crisis
Facing a consumer backlash and stricter regulation, companies are trying to do what's eluded them for years: make a better bottle. Evian has pledged to make all its bottles 100% recycled plastic. Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola and other makers are adding products and trying new strategies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

ECB Stimulus's Mixed Legacy: Economic Success, Political Fiasco
The European Central Bank is nearing a landmark decision to wind down its $3 trillion bond-buying program, closing a chapter on a policy the U.S. used to help restore its growth but one that had mixed results in Europe.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Harassment Complaints Still Bring Retaliation
Workplace retaliation against those reporting sexual harassment remains an issue, even as the #MeToo movement has emboldened people who say they have been mistreated.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Lowe's Adds $10 Billion to Stock Buyback Program
Lowe's plans to increase its share buyback program by $10 billion, as the home-improvement retailer looks to turn investor sentiment and prove to Wall Street its business and growth plans are on solid footing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

EU-Led Group Answers U.S. Complaints on WTO
The U.S. and the European Union are squaring off at the World Trade Organization in a conflict that threatens to cripple the global trade watchdog.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Many U.S. Financial Officers Think a Recession Will Hit Next Year
Almost half of U.S. chief financial officers believe a recession will strike the U.S. economy by the end of 2019, with the tight labor market and growing trade tensions driving economic jitters among corporate America.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Huawei's U.S.-Based Workers Grow Wary After Arrest
The arrest of Huawei's finance chief has stirred job insecurity among the Chinese company's 1,500 U.S.-based workers, already uneasy about Washington's campaign against their employer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Walmart, Express Scripts Extend Prescription-Services Agreement
Walmart and pharmacy-benefit manager Express Scripts have extended their network agreement to provide access to Walmart's prescription services for Express Scripts clients' covered members.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Nissan-Renault Scandal Shows It's Hard to Keep Car Alliances on Track
Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2018

Verizon Takes $4.5 Billion Charge Related to Digital Media Business
Verizon Communications is booking a $4.5 billion accounting charge related to its Oath media business, a sign its bet on high-profile internet properties and content several years ago hasn't worked out as expected.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Google CEO Faces Lawmakers Skeptical Over Privacy, Alleged Bias
Sundar Pichai faced tough questions in a first public appearance before House lawmakers, who are increasingly skeptical of Silicon Valley giants on issues of privacy and political bias.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Economic Damage From California Fires Spreads Further Than Blazes
Extreme wildfires across California in recent years are squeezing local economies. Chico, which escaped the wrath of the Camp Fire, is the latest example.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns
Beijing agrees to reduce auto tariffs and buy more American products, but key differences remain, as Washington prepares to add fresh pressure on Beijing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Granted Bail by Canadian Judge
Huawei Technologies Co.'s finance chief must reside at Vancouver homes and adhere to curfew while awaiting a decision on her extradition to the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Tencent Music Prices Its IPO at Bottom of Range
The Chinese music-streaming company's initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share, capping a rocky process of going public but still marking it one of the biggest U.S.-listed debuts in recent years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

The Loneliest Generation: Americans, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone
Loneliness undermines health and is linked to early mortality. Baby boomers, who generally had fewer children and divorced more than previous generations, are especially feeling the effects in retirement.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

McDonald's to Trim Antibiotics From Its Beef
The fast-food chain said it will take two years to decide how much of the antibiotics important to human health it will be able to remove from its beef supply.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Hain Celestial Settles SEC Charges
The organic- and natural-products maker has settled charges brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its revenue-recognition practices, which led to delayed financial reports.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

MiMedx Called on Two Lawmakers for Help Before Its Accounting Scandal
MiMedx Group, a maker of tissue-graft products, called on two influential lawmakers for help. Now the actions of the lawmakers could prove embarrassing for them as MiMedx faces possible collapse.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Negotiators Reach Compromise on$867 BillionFarm Bill
Congress is on track to pass a five-year farm bill that leaves out proposed work requirements for food-stamp recipients, imperiling the support of some House Republicans but opening the door for Democrats in both chambers to support the compromise bill.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Applebee's Franchisee Gets Court Approval of Bankruptcy Plan
Judge Brendan Linehan Shannon endorsed the chapter 11 plan—which will include a tripling of the initial equity commitment from the franchisee's owner, private-equity firm Acon Investments—after a hearing Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

U.S., China Kick Off a Fresh Round of Trade Negotiations
Washington and Beijing started with a phone call touching on China's purchases of agricultural products and changes to its fundamental economic policies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

EU-Led Group Poised to Answer U.S. Complaints on WTO
The U.S. and the European Union are squaring off at the World Trade Organization in a conflict that threatens to cripple the global trade watchdog.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

WPP Sets Turnaround Plan in Motion
WPP Chief Executive Mark Read set out his vision for a turnaround, a strategy he hopes will make the world's largest advertising company better-positioned to contend with the rapidly changing marketing landscape.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Vote Paves Way for Dell to Trade Publicly Again
Dell Technologies is set to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange later this month after facing pressure from activist shareholders and sweetening a buyout offer to investors in its tracking stock.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Senate Confirms Justin Muzinich as Deputy Treasury Secretary
The Senate confirmed Justin Muzinich as the second-ranking official in the Treasury Department. Mr. Muzinich becomes the first person to serve in the role during the Trump administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2018

Producer Prices Edge Up in November
A gauge of U.S. business prices rose slightly in November, but the pace of gains moderated significantly from the prior month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Huawei Finance Chief Won't Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says
A bail hearing for Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver ended Monday without a decision as the executive's lawyer argued she won't be a flight risk while awaiting a separate decision on her extradition to the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Google to Accelerate Closure of Google Social Network
Google said it would close the consumer version of its Google social network after discovering a software bug that exposed the private profile information of 52 million users to outside app developers, the second time this year the company has acknowledged exposing private user data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Treasury Softens Parking-Tax Hit for Churches, Nonprofits
Under new rules, nonprofits can use any reasonable method to calculate costs used in computing employee-parking taxes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

CBS Directors Fear Legal Risks from Leaks in Moonves Probe
Some CBS directors are concerned that recent leaks from the investigation into alleged sexual misconduct by former CEO Leslie Moonves could result in legal exposure for the company or people found to have failed to prevent the disclosures.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Smashes Streaming Records
Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is the most-streamed song from the pre-streaming era and the most-streamed classic rock song of all time, according to Vivendi SA's Universal Music Group.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Apple Hit With Sales Ban on Older iPhones in China
A Chinese court ordered Apple to stop selling older iPhone models in the country after finding it infringed on two Qualcomm patents, the chip supplier said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Anxious Businesses Make Plans for 'No-Deal' Brexit
As Prime Minister Theresa May works to save her deal to exit from the European Union, businesses are bracing for the worst—a "no-deal" Brexit—and planning for it.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Trump to Nominate Fannie, Freddie Critic to Oversee Mortgage Giants
The White House is preparing to pick economist Mark Calabria, a vice presidential aide and critic of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to the post responsible for overseeing the housing-finance companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Under Armour Ousts Two Executives After Review of Expenses
Under Armour Inc. ousted two sports-marketing executives, according to people familiar with the matter, after the apparel brand conducted an internal review of their department's spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Unfilled Jobs Grow in Low-Skilled Fields
The number of available jobs in the U.S. rose in October from a year earlier, with openings exceeding the number of unemployed Americans by one million. Low-skilled workers shunned retail and restaurants for higher-paying positions in other industries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Businesses Less Optimistic About Coming Year Than 12 Months Ago
Businesses in the U.S. are less optimistic about the outlook for the coming year than they were 12 months ago, though many still expect sales, hiring and investment to rise in 2019, according to an ISM survey.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Amazon Cracks Down on Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak
Amazon has dismissed several workers in the U.S. and India for allegedly inappropriately accessing internal data that was being misused by disreputable merchants.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Verizon to Shed More Than 10,000 Workers in Voluntary Separations
Verizon will shed about 10,400 workers who have accepted a severance package as it works to cut $10 billion in costs and upgrade to a faster 5G network.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Prosecutors to Decide Soon Whether to Charge Chinese Billionaire Over Rape Allegations
Prosecutors are close to deciding whether to charge Chinese billionaire Liu Qiangdong with the sexual assault of a college student. The woman has described a four-hour ordeal, while Mr. Liu has denied wrongdoing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

U.S. Maintains Hard Line as Details Emerge in Trade Truce With China
The Trump administration's point man on U.S.-China trade negotiations said the U.S. would hold fast to its 90-day deadline for the conclusion of a lasting agreement, adding that the U.S. would impose punishing tariffs on Chinese imports if none is reached.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Google CEO Faces Hot Seat in Washington
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is expected to face questions at a Congressional hearing on a range of topics, including the company's handling of user data and its development of a search engine that would comply with China's strict internet censors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 10, 2018

Nissan, Ghosn Charged With Underreporting His Compensation
Japanese prosecutors on Monday indicted former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn on charges of underreporting his compensation on five years of Nissan's financial reports, Kyodo News reported.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Two British Banks Ensnared in Huawei Dispute
Two large British banks are among those ensnared in the controversy over Huawei Technologies. The dispute escalated over the weekend after the Chinese government warned Canada it would face "severe consequences" if it didn't release the Chinese telecom giant's finance chief.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Longtime Yelp Shareholder Seeks Board Overhaul
Longtime Yelp shareholder SQN Investors says years of missteps are weighing on the business-review company's stock price and plans to publicly push it to add new board members.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Roche Executive to Be Named Gilead CEO
Gilead Sciences is planning to hire industry veteran Daniel O'Day to take the helm and help the drug company revive sales and recover from a disappointing deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

GM Bids Farewell to Its Breakthrough Electric Car
The Chevrolet Volt is headed to the scrap heap, but during its decade on the market the electric vehicle reflected the strengths and weaknesses of General Motors and auto making in Detroit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Investor Frenzy for Scooter Startups Cools
The investor frenzy for shared electric scooters is cooling, as two leading startups lower their fundraising ambitions while dealing with vandalism, rising competition and other growing pains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Global Recession Alarms Aren't Ringing, Despite Market Mayhem
Investors are growing anxious about the prospect of recession in developed countries, but many economic trends don't fit with patterns that presaged previous downturns.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Why You Need Better Headphones---and Which Ones You Should Buy
A test of more than a dozen wireless noise-canceling headphones reveals all the must-have features and narrows it down to the three best noise killers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Wanted: Employees Who Can Shake Hands, Make Small Talk
As employers struggle to find qualified workers and automation makes certain jobs obsolete, companies are finding they have to train employees to do things that robots can't—like figure out who's having a bad day.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Thieves Can Nab Your Data in a Few Minutes for a Few Bucks
Data thieves' tactics are getting more ingenious and more intrusive, as Marriott's Starwood database breach adds to a string of large-scale corporate data intrusions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Uber-Lyft Showdown Shifts to Public Markets
The race between Uber and Lyft to go public next year promises to extend their rivalry for customers to competition for global investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

IMF's Departing Chief Economist Issues a Rare Warning on U.S. Growth
Maurice Obstfeld, the retiring chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, is on his way out the door with a warning that global growth is slowing and the U.S. will likely feel the drag as well.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Hospital Beds Get Digital Upgrade
A major manufacturer of hospital beds is seeking to transform the ubiquitous furniture into a source of medical data, the latest sign of hospitals' digital transformation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

E-Commerce Companies Get Creative in Quest for 'Last Mile' Space
From tents on vacant suburban lots to a parking garage converted for package handling underneath Chicago's Millennium Park, companies are getting creative in the race to get goods to consumers this holiday season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 09, 2018

Housing Slowdown Unnerves the Fix-and-Flip Crowd
The pace of real-estate speculation is slowing, a sign of the darkening outlook in the U.S. housing market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 08, 2018

Huawei Executive's Arrest Stirs Fears About Corporate Travel
The arrest of a prominent Chinese technology executive traveling overseas sparked concerns that U.S. executives may be vulnerable to retaliation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 08, 2018

Huawei Offensive Is Acceleration of Yearslong Endeavor
This month's arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer and heir apparent was the latest salvo against a company U.S. officials see as a threat to national security and America's global edge in technological innovation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 08, 2018

Uber Joins Rival Lyft in Race for Listing
Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 08, 2018

Canadian Prosecutor Lays Out U.S. Allegations Against Huawei CFO
A Canadian prosecutor said Huawei's finance chief was arrested because of U.S. allegations that she fraudulently covered up the Chinese tech giant's control of a company was doing business in Iran.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 08, 2018

Trump's Tough China Tack Wins Over Skeptical CEOs
While business leaders at first thought President Trump's confrontational approach on trade with China was the wrong way to go, some CEOs now see the administration's trade fight as the best shot at resolving long-running intellectual-property grievances.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Altria Makes Big Controversial Bets in Search of Growth
Marlboro maker invests $1.8 billion in Canadian marijuana grower as it explores deal with e-cigarette rival Juul.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Uber Lays Groundwork for IPO
Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Facebook Expands Share Buybacks
Facebook said it approved a plan to boost its share-buyback program by $9 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Consumer Sentiment Remains Steady in the U.S.
Americans continue to feel good about the economic outlook, with the University of Michigan saying its preliminary index of consumer sentiment exceeded economists' expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Disney, Comcast to Account for Nearly 40% of Spending on U.S. Programming
The sale of major assets of 21st Century Fox Inc. will create two juggernauts of programming, Walt Disney Co. and Comcast Corp., that will tower over the media and entertainment landscape, according to a new report.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

Analysis: Jobs Report Keeps December Rate Increase on Track
The U.S. job market remained healthy overall in November, with low unemployment and steady wage growth, justifying the Federal Reserve's expected interest rate rise this month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Hiring Slows as Wages Grow, Unemployment Holds at Multidecade Low
Employers slowed their pace of hiring in November, but wage growth matched the highest rate in nearly a decade and unemployment held at the lowest rate since December 1969.

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