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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Centerbridge Is in Exclusive Talks to Buy Magellan Health
Managed-care provider Magellan Health is in exclusive talks for a possible sale to private-equity firm Centerbridge Partners. The private-equity firm could reach a deal for Magellan next month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Maersk CEO Wants Half Its Earnings to Come From Inland Logistics
Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk wants to buy warehouses, container terminals and customs brokerage firms to boost its logistics services capabilities, part of a strategic shift toward a landside business the company hopes will produce half its revenue in two years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Centerbridge In Exclusive Talks to Buy Magellan Health
Managed-care provider Magellan Health is in exclusive talks for a possible sale to private-equity firm Centerbridge Partners. The private-equity firm could reach a deal for Magellan next month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Wayfair Workers Stage Walkout Over Sales to Border Camps
Hundreds of Wayfair employees walked out of the company's Boston headquarters in protest of the online furniture retailer's plan to sell bedroom furniture to a southern border facility for migrant children.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Philadelphia Refinery, Largest on East Coast, Closing Its Doors
The Philadelphia Energy Solution refinery, the largest and oldest refinery on the East Coast, is shutting down and will be put up for sale, less than a week after a huge fire and explosion at the complex.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

StockX Is Latest $1 Billion Unicorn
StockX, an online marketplace that lets individuals trade sneakers like stocks, closed a round of venture funding that valued the startup at more than $1 billion, riding the sneaker-reselling craze fueled by teens.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Bayer to Seek Help With Weedkiller Litigation
Bayer said it would seek outside help and review its approach in the company's legal battle with thousands of cancer patients who blame the herbicide Roundup for their illness.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Boeing Just One Factor Behind Drop in Durable-Goods Orders
Orders for long-lasting American goods dropped in May, reflecting weakness extending beyond Boeing's grounded air jet.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

AI, Surveillance Tools Scrutinized by European Regulators
The EU is considering proposals to curb or ban some uses of automated surveillance tools, including facial-recognition software.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

General Mills Dragged Down by Snack-Bar Sales Decline
General Mills' snack-bar business faltered in its latest quarter and sales of grocery staples such as cereal were flat, highlighting the tough path the company faces as it works to spark faster growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

EU Orders Broadcom to Halt Allegedly Anticompetitive Practices
The European Commission, in a rare move, ordered Broadcom to immediately halt certain practices that it alleges are anticompetitive as it opened a formal antitrust probe into the chip maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Media CEOs Reign Over 2018 Pay
The S&P 500's communication-services sector—home to Facebook, Disney and AT&T—posted a median CEO pay of $22.6 million in 2018, higher than any other index sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Slams Fed's Powell, Saying 'We Should Have Draghi Instead'
President Trump criticized the Federal Reserve's Jerome Powell, comparing him unfavorably with European Central Bank President Mario Draghi and saying that the U.S. is no longer on a level playing field.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

One State's Effort to Publicize Hospital Prices Brings Mixed Results
As the Trump administration moves to make confidential hospital prices public, New Hampshire's experience with price transparency suggests what it may—and may not—accomplish.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Facebook's Libra Could Give Dollar, Banks Some Welcome Competition
Facebook's new digital currency has the potential to become a true alternative to national currencies by creating a de facto central bank, which other fin-tech startups and cryptocurrencies have failed to do.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Durable-Goods Orders Fall
Demand for long-lasting goods produced by U.S. factories fell in May for the third time in four months, underscoring a broader slowdown in the manufacturing sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

General Mills Posts Lower Sales in North America
General Mills struggled to lift sales in the latest quarter in its business serving retail stores in the U.S. and Canada.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Companies Dodge U.S. Tariffs on China by Rerouting Goods
Billions of dollars worth of China-made goods subject to the Trump administration's tariffs in its trade fight with Beijing are dodging the levies by entering the U.S. via other countries, especially Vietnam.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

U.S. Tariffs on China Are Being Blunted by Trade Cheats
Billions of dollars worth of China-made goods subject to the Trump administration's tariffs in its trade fight with Beijing are dodging the levies by entering the U.S. via other countries, especially Vietnam.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Kraft Heinz CEO Looks to Ketchup for Sales Spurt
Miguel Patricio says the company's well-known products need a new boost. He took over as chief executive this week, at the lowest point in the food conglomerate's history.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

LaCroix Fights Sales Drop as Rivals Bubble Up
LaCroix's faintly flavored bubbly water drove an explosion of sales in its corner of the beverage market over the past several years. Now, as parent National Beverage Corp. prepares to report results Wednesday, rivals are winning over some consumers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

Hopes for Resolving U.S.-China Trade Fight Hinge on Trump and Xi
President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will seek to revive trade talks this week, in a test of whether their professed personal chemistry can surmount seemingly intractable differences at the bargaining table.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 26, 2019

The Best Frequent-Flier Awards Programs of 2019
Airlines have finally figured out that they need to make free seats more available. Here's who gets the job done—and who's lagging behind.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

American Tech Companies Find Ways Around Huawei Ban
Large U.S. tech companies in the direct sights of the Trump administration's ban on exports to Huawei are finding ways to resume some shipments to the blacklisted Chinese tech giant without running afoul of American regulations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

FedEx Profits Pressured by Express Unit's Woes
FedEx said profits were squeezed in its most recent quarter as a global slowdown in trade and a shift by customers to slower and cheaper delivery options continued to weigh on the shipping giant's core Express business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

St. Louis Fed's Bullard Said He Was Contacted by White House for Fed Board Job
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said Tuesday he has been approached by White House officials "in recent months" about the possibility of serving on the Fed's Washington board of governors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Fed's Barkin Takes Wait-and-See Approach to Rate Setting
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Thomas Barkin said he doesn't know whether a rate cut would be needed this year, as officials grapple with mixed economic data and uncertainty over U.S. trade policies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Democrats and Affluent Suburbs Join to Fight Tax-Break Cap
The familiar politics of taxation—in which Democrats push to raise taxes on high-income people and Republicans resist—turned topsy-turvy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Netflix to Lose No. 1 Show 'The Office' to Comcast in 2021
Comcast Corp.'s NBCUniversal said its hit comedy "The Office" will be exclusively available on the company's coming streaming-video service beginning in 2021, meaning Netflix Inc. will lose the rights to its No. 1 show.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

FAA Reassigns Senior Managers in Office Overseeing Southwest Airlines
The FAA has removed three senior managers in the office overseeing Southwest Airlines amid allegations of lax safety enforcement raised by agency whistleblowers and various resulting government inquiries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Huawei Gear Far More Vulnerable to Hackers Than That of Rivals, Report Says
Telecommunications gear made by China's Huawei Technologies is far more likely to contain flaws that could be leveraged by hackers for malicious use than equipment from rival companies, according to new research.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Care.com CFO Resigns
Care.com's chief financial officer, Michael Echenberg, is resigning from the online child-care marketplace, the Waltham, Mass.-based company said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Micron Has Resumed Shipments to Huawei in Past Two Weeks
Micron Technology has resumed some shipments to Huawei Technologies after determining that they didn't fall afoul of U.S. curbs on exports to the Chinese telecom giant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Powell Says Fed Won't Bend to Political Pressure
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell pushed back against President Trump's demands for lower interest rates—citing the central bank's independence—while explaining why it might nevertheless cut interest rates soon.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

FedEx Profit Pressured by Express Unit's Woes
FedEx's profit was squeezed in its most recent quarter due to lower revenue at its Express air network and higher costs at its Ground business, as the delivery giant navigates turbulence in global trade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Justice Department Investigates Chicken Industry
The Department of Justice is pursuing a criminal investigation into the U.S. chicken industry, following allegations of price collusion among top poultry processors. Meat producers have denied engaging in anticompetitive conduct.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

PG&E Bondholders Propose $30 Billion Turnaround Plan
PG&E bondholders have challenged the California utility over control of its bankruptcy proceeding, offering Wall Street's version of a solution to wildfire liabilities that are estimated at $30 billion or more.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Mitsubishi to Acquire Bombardier's Regional Jet Unit
Mitsubishi said it would acquire Bombardier's regional-jet business for $550 million in a transaction that puts the companies on different paths in the aviation sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

YouTube Content for Children Should Be Barred, Advocacy Groups Tell FTC
Two privacy-advocacy groups are calling on the FTC to remove from YouTube all content aimed at children and to impose tens of billions in fines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Ligado's Wireless Plans Caught In 5G Agency Crossfire
Ligado Networks' plan to develop some of the nation's most valuable airwaves is being undercut by disagreements between U.S. regulators—miring the company in a holding pattern and pressuring its finances.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

UnitedHealth Buys PatientsLikeMe After Startup Was Forced to Divest Chinese Investment
UnitedHealth Group bought PatientsLikeMe, a company that helps connect people who have similar health conditions, after the startup was forced to divest an investment by a Chinese firm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Consumer Confidence Slid in June on Trade Tensions
A gauge of consumer sentiment deteriorated in June to its lowest level in nearly two years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

U.S. New-Home Sales Fell in May
Americans purchased fewer new homes in May, a sign the housing sector remains on uneven footing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

GE Reaches Labor Deal With Union Leaders
General Electric reached a tentative four-year agreement with a group of unions after a few weeks of negotiations, keeping a labor peace as the conglomerate restructures operations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

American Standard Owner Brings Back Ex-CEO
In a rare corporate comeback, the ousted chief executive of Lixil Group recovered his job at the Japanese bath and kitchen company with the support of some foreign activist shareholders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

U.S. Steel Seeks to Make More With Fewer Furnaces
Falling steel prices are adding pressure to U.S. Steel's plan to get better performance from its mills by making overdue repairs and equipment upgrades.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Home Prices Decelerated in April
The growth of U.S. home prices continued to slow in April in another sign of a weaker-than-expected selling season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Companies Win---Somewhat---as Treasury Trims Reach of Minimum Tax
Businesses are getting help—but not everything they wanted—as the Treasury Department addresses one of the biggest corporate frustrations with the 2017 tax law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

RealReal's Biggest Hurdle Will Be Keeping It Real After IPO
As RealReal prepares to go public this week, the online marketplace for used luxury goods faces a big challenge: weeding out the fakes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Biggest U.S. Companies' Working-Capital Performance Hits Six-Year High
U.S. companies' working-capital efficiency reached a six-year high in 2018 as finance chiefs increasingly prioritize managing inventories to more quickly convert the capital into cash, a new study found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

AbbVie Strikes Deal to Acquire Allergan for About $63 Billion
AbbVie struck a deal to buy Allergan for about $63 billion, as the two big drug makers bet a combination will deliver new sources of growth they have struggled to find on their own.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Nissan Shareholders Accuse Renault Chairman of Betrayal at Fiery Meeting
Nissan shareholders voted to overhaul the board after a meeting where they shouted at current board members, management and each other.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Warehouse Design Steals a Page From Tech Playbook
Coffee bars, lounges and other comforts that have become regular features of modern office spaces are starting to appear in warehouses as e-commerce operators grapple with hiring and retaining workers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

For Two Men With Autism, 1,000 Miles Apart, Gaming Was a Portal to Friendship
A shared passion for gaming, coupled with the ability to communicate without having to follow in-person social cues, helped bring Chris Lopes and Caleb Stephens out of isolation and become less afraid of meeting people.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 25, 2019

Nissan Overhauls Board Following Raucous Shareholder Meeting
Nissan Motor shareholders voted to overhaul the company's board structure, a key goal of Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Global Telecom Carriers Attacked by Suspected Chinese Hackers
Hackers believed to be backed by China's government have infiltrated the cellular networks of at least 10 global carriers, swiping users' whereabouts, text-messaging records and call logs, according to a new report.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Toronto Officials Question Alphabet Unit's Ambitions for 'Smart City'
A unit of Alphabet said its proposed "smart city" in a Toronto neighborhood would create thousands of jobs and cut greenhouse-gas emissions, but met some resistance from the project's government sponsor over the scope.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Facebook Fires Back at Apple's Cook
A senior Facebook executive, Nick Clegg, took a veiled shot at Apple, continuing the sniping between the tech giants as their business models are under increasing scrutiny from global regulators.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Facebook's Clegg Fires Back at Apple's Cook
A senior Facebook executive, Nick Clegg, took a veiled shot at Apple, continuing the sniping between the tech giants as their business models are under increasing scrutiny from global regulators.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump Signs Order Compelling Disclosure of Health-Care Prices
President Trump issued an executive order to compel price disclosure in health care, an initiative that could upend industry practices and give consumers more information on their out-of-pocket costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Fed Chairman Powell to Testify Before House Committee on July 10
He will testify before Senate Banking Committee the following day.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Federal Job-Training Programs 'Largely Ineffective,' Trump's Advisers Find
As U.S. employers struggle to fill near-record-high job openings, government training programs aimed at solving that problem are coming up short, according to President Trump's economic advisers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Dallas Fed President: Too Early to Tell Whether Rate Cut Will Be Warranted
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan said it is too soon to say whether the Fed will need to reduce interest rates in coming months due to rising uncertainty over trade tensions and weaker global growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Antitrust Concerns Delay Bristol-Myers' $74 Billion Merger With Celgene
Bristol-Myers Squibb said its $74 billion merger with Celgene would be delayed as the company works to allay concerns of regulators by selling off Otezla, Celgene's anti-inflammatory drug.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Ann Sarnoff Is Named Chief Executive of Warner Bros.
WarnerMedia has tapped BBC Studios-Americas President Ann Sarnoff to become chief executive of Warner Bros. She will be the first woman to lead the iconic movie and television studio.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Federal Job-Training Programs 'Largely Ineffective,' President's Advisers Find
Federal programs aimed at enhancing the skills of Americans are largely failing to pay off for many workers, a paper released Monday by President Trump's Council of Economic Advisers found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

After Struggling to Deliver in China, Carrefour Packs Its Bags
France's Carrefour is shedding most of its operations in the country, where big-box retailers are struggling to keep pace in a market whose shoppers are turning toward nimble delivery providers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

A Leader of America's Fracking Boom Has Second Thoughts
Pioneer Natural Resources, which once promised production to rival Libya, was part of a revolution that helped make the U.S. a global oil player. Now after years of overspending, the company is pulling back.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

U.S. Airlines, After Rebuilding Home Networks, Look to Expand Overseas
U.S. carriers, after years of ceding market share to rivals and international partners on overseas flights, are adding more than a dozen new routes and increasing capacity to destinations like South Africa, India and Croatia.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump Says Federal Reserve 'Doesn't Know What It Is Doing'
President Trump compared the Federal Reserve to "a stubborn child" in a pair of tweets on Monday, after the bank opted not to cut interest rates during its two-day meeting last week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump Order Would Inform Consumers About Health-Care Prices
President Trump will issue an executive order to compel price disclosure in health care, an initiative that could upend industry practices and give consumers more information on their out-of-pocket costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump Administration Proposes New Type of Apprenticeship
The Labor Department released its proposal to create a new type of apprenticeship that would be run by business groups, colleges and other entities, rather than the federal government.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Rising Demand for Grocery Delivery Is Shifting China's Grocery Landscape
France's Carrefour is shedding most of its operations in the country, where big-box retailers are struggling to keep pace in a market whose shoppers are turning toward nimble delivery providers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Ghosn's Lawyers Push for Reason Why Nissan's Saikawa Wasn't Charged
Carlos Ghosn's defense team challenged Japanese prosecutors to explain why they didn't charge Nissan Motor CEO Hiroto Saikawa over allegations that the auto maker failed to report Mr. Ghosn's compensation properly.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Rising Demand for Delivery Is Remaking China's Grocery Landscape
France's Carrefour is shedding most of its operations in the country, where big-box retailers are struggling to keep pace in a market whose shoppers are turning toward nimble delivery providers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Bristol-Myers to Shed Psoriasis Drug to Win Approval for Celgene Deal
Bristol-Myers Squibb said it would divest itself of Otezla, a psoriasis treatment owned by Celgene, to win approval from regulators and help smooth the path for the companies' pending merger.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Federal Reserve Is Low on Ammunition
The Federal Reserve doesn't have a lot of bullets, and as soon as next month it could start firing some of them off.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

LiveRamp Buys Data Plus Math to Boost Targeted TV Ad Presence
LiveRamp Holdings agreed to buy Data Plus Math for $150 million in cash and stock, a deal that will give the platform firepower to help advertisers buy and analyze targeted ads both on traditional and streaming TV.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Eldorado Resorts to Buy Caesars in $8.58 Billion Casino Deal
Eldorado Resorts has agreed to acquire Caesars Entertainment in a cash-and-stock transaction valued at $8.58 billion, in a move that would create one of the largest gaming companies in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

FBI Probes Whether Lab Startup uBiome Used Improper Billing Codes
The FBI is examining whether lab-testing startup uBiome used improper billing codes in claims and sought payment for unnecessary tests, tactics that could have inappropriately enriched the company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Google's Enemies Gear Up to Make Antitrust Case
As U.S. officials prepare an antitrust probe of Google and possibly other Silicon Valley giants, a loose-knit crew of its rivals is gearing up to help.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Tech Executives Spearhead Green Initiatives
Information-technology executives are pushing to make their systems more energy-efficient, developing and tweaking software to cut waste and tracking how much energy their operations consume.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Wait, Where Did Our New Hire Go?
An abrupt change of heart after saying yes to a job can have career repercussions years later. Here's how to navigate this delicate decision.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Daimler Cuts Outlook on Fresh Diesel Allegations
Shares of Daimler fell almost 5% after the maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars issued a profit warning late Sunday related to a government recall of vehicles suspected of manipulating diesel emissions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 24, 2019

Daimler Slashes Outlook on Fresh Diesel Allegations
Shares of Daimler fell almost 5% after the maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars issued a profit warning late Sunday related to a government recall of vehicles suspected of manipulating diesel emissions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

FedEx Slashes Prices to Fill Its Planes
FedEx is offering big discounts to woo online merchants to its air network as it seeks to refashion a delivery system ill-equipped for the rise of e-commerce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

San Francisco Set to Ban E-Cigarettes
San Francisco is expected to become the first city in the U.S. to ban e-cigarettes this week, a move that will likely pit the city against one of its fastest-growing startups: Juul Labs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

U.S. Considers Requiring 5G Equipment for Domestic Use Be Made Outside China
The Trump administration is considering requiring that next-generation 5G cellular equipment used in the U.S. be designed and manufactured outside China, a move that could reshape global manufacturing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Accenture Retrains Its Workers as Technology Upends Their Jobs
The consulting firm, an adviser on automation, has promised to retrain nearly every worker at risk of losing a job to technology, at a cost of nearly $1 billion a year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Economy Week Ahead: New-Home Sales, Consumer Spending
This week brings a steady flow of economic data, culminating in a meeting between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on June 28-29.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Oyo Has Remade India's Hotel Business. Now It Is Going Global.
A rare emerging-market unicorn is taking the formula it used to transform India's budget hotel industry to other countries. It is facing a bumpy rollout in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

'Toy Story 4' Continues Disney's Box-Office Streak
Walt Disney once again did something that has eluded other Hollywood studios this summer: It opened a sequel to impressive returns at the box office.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

New York Farmers Bruised by Increased Labor Costs
New York farmers say they are straining under increased costs as a worker shortage has forced them to use a federal visa program to bring in temporary agricultural workers from other countries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

BlackRock Pushes for 401(k) Annuities
The world's largest money manager has lobbied for legislation that would encourage more companies to offer retirement savings plans with annuities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Your Phone Isn't Actually Waterproof---But These Other Devices Are
More gadgets than ever are advertised as "splash-proof" and "water-resistant"—but that often means less protection at the beach or pool than you'd imagine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Trump Administration Pushes to Deregulate With Less Enforcement
President Trump is making good on promises to roll back Obama-era regulation by allowing agency staffing to shrink, alongside fewer enforcement actions, civil penalties and criminal prosecutions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Eurozone Job Market Cools, Putting Economic Recovery in Peril
A steady rise in employment has been one of the eurozone's big successes over the past six years of economic expansion. But there are signs the region's job market may be cooling.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Facebook's Libra Is a License to Print Money
A bunch of big companies have agreed to pony up $10 million each to take part, and it is easy to see why: On some reasonable-sounding assumptions about its takeup, it could be insanely profitable in real money, too.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Fiat Chrysler and Renault Hope Merger Talks Will Restart Soon
The outcome of a vote by Nissan shareholders this week could help determine whether Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Renault can revive their $40 billion merger talks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 23, 2019

Restaurants Are Arm-Twisting Delivery Companies to Lower Fees
Some restaurant operators are pushing back against fees charged by delivery companies, turning up the heat on young businesses already wrestling with rivals in a crowded market for bringing food to people's doors.

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