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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Katie Couric Lines Up Video Series for 'theSkimm' Backed by P&G
Nearly a year after leaving Yahoo, Katie Couric is striking out on her own, expanding her own production company with outside investment so that it can find its own sponsors and distribution outlets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Mergers Would Make AT&T, Comcast World's Most Indebted Companies
Recent mergers could transform AT&T and Comcast into the two most indebted companies in the world, a standing that carries uncharted risks for investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Audi CEO Arrested in Emissions-Cheating Probe
The CEO of Volkswagen's luxury brand Audi was arrested in connection with an investigation of his role in the German car maker's diesel emissions-cheating scandal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Are the Tax Cuts Working? What to Watch in 12 Charts
How well is the tax cut working? Here are a dozen gauges that help reveal how well the changes are aiding businesses, workers and the broader economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Apple to Push Fix for Locating 911 Callers
iPhone users who call 911 will automatically send location data to emergency call centers, the result of a partnership between Apple Inc. and startup RapidSOS that addresses a source of first-responder delays.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Google Invests $550 Million in Chinese Online Shopping Site JD.com
Google's $550 million investment in JD.com will deepen its ties with China and strengthen its foothold in online shopping.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 18, 2018

Google, Facebook Propel Jump in Global Ad-Spending Forecast
Magna, a division of Interpublic Group, predicts global ad revenue will increase 6.4% to $551 billion this year, up from an earlier projection of 5.2% growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

The Force Behind Europe's Populist Tide: Frustrated Youth
Struggling to find jobs, and often living at home, younger generations are propelling antiestablishment parties to new heights of power. The revolt helped created Western Europe's first populist government, in Italy, and threatens to rear its head across the south.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Unilever Demands Influencer Marketing Business Clean Up Its Act
Using personalities popular on social media for promotion may be a hot marketing technique, but it also has a downside, according to Unilever, one of the world's biggest advertisers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Housing Starts, Brazil Rate Decision, Eurozone PMI
In the week ahead, the U.S. will see data on housing starts and home sales, while Brazil's central bank makes an interest-rate decision and manufacturing numbers from Europe are released.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Conflicting Forces Pull at Trump on Nafta
President Donald Trump's quarrel with Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could signal a U.S. intent to pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, but there are incentives to keep negotiating.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

U.S. Auto Makers Are Putting Smaller Engines Into Big Trucks So They Guzzle Less Gas
Big U.S. car makers are standing by many recent tech innovations to increase fuel efficiency, including smaller engines for pickup trucks, even as the Trump administration moves to relax gas-mileage standards

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Misfires Mark Wynn Resorts' Probe of Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Employees weren't initially told how to contact investigators; potential witnesses say they were asked to be interviewed on-site and their names would be revealed to directors; board halted one probe, then started another days later. Company says investigation is thorough and uses best practices

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Sizing Up Tesla's $10 Billion Debt Stack
Tesla is growing faster than any other auto maker—just not always in ways stockholders would want. The company's debt has surged just as fast as sales, while profits remain elusive.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

As Shipping Costs Soar, Supply Chains Get a Makeover
Retailers and manufacturers are taking stock of their transportation costs and exploring alternatives as a capacity crunch in freight is driving up prices and causing shipping delays.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Microsoft Is Fixing Office, But Not Fast Enough
The new version of Microsoft Office is playing catch-up to Google Docs, with cleaner design, faster apps and smarter features, but in some ways it is still stuck in the 1990s.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

U.S. Auto Makers Are Putting Small Engines Into Big Trucks So They Guzzle Less Gas
Big U.S. car makers are standing by many recent tech innovations to increase fuel efficiency, including smaller engines for pickup trucks, even as the Trump administration moves to relax gas-mileage standards

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Business Is Booming at the Panama Canal
Ships moving natural gas and petroleum product exports from the U.S. are the fastest-growing business for the Panama Canal, with annual revenue from tolls growing more than 20 times over the past two years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Oil's Rally, Coupled With Strong Dollar, Causes Global Pain
The sharp rise in crude-oil prices has been particularly harsh for many parts of the world, because consumers outside the U.S. face a double whammy when the dollar gets stronger at the same time that oil prices climb.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Executives Fear Trade Conflicts Could Dent Economic Growth
Corporate finance leaders are worried that the good times won't last as an increasingly cloudy long-term economic outlook plays out against the backdrop of trade spats and geopolitical risk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 17, 2018

Beyoncé, Jay-Z Release Surprise Album
Beyoncé announced the album, "Everything Is Love," on Twitter and Instagram, saying it would be available exclusively on Tidal, the music-streaming service that she and her husband partly own.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

AT&T's Aggressive Attacks Won the Day in Time Warner Bid
Lawyer Daniel Petrocelli claimed he had little antitrust experience, but his strategy helped sow doubts about the U.S. fight to block the Time Warner deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

AT&T's Aggressive Attacks Won the Day in Time-Warner Bid
Lawyer Daniel Petrocelli claimed he had little antitrust experience, but his strategy helped sow doubts about the U.S. fight to block the Time Warner deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

Attention, Amazon Prime Members: You're in Luck at Whole Foods
One year after Amazon.com bought Whole Foods, the e-commerce giant is offering Prime members discounts and perks at the grocer, in an effort to capture even more of their spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

How AT&T Beat the Government
Lawyer Daniel Petrocelli claimed he had little antitrust experience, but his strategy helped sow doubts about the U.S. fight to block the Time Warner deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

How Computers Could Make Your Customer-Service Calls More Human
The robotic call-center agent reading from a script is getting a makeover as a number of companies develop software to give agents real-time feedback about how their customer conversations are going.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

Perry Ellis to Go Private in $437 Million Deal
Perry Ellis International agreed to go private in a deal valued at $437 million, four months after founder George Feldenkreis made a bid for the apparel maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 16, 2018

Why Media Deal Making Could Free CBS From Viacom
Viacom may have given up on CBS and now that media deals are in the air, CBS could get bought by another company, leaving Viacom all alone.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Two Former Roadrunner Executives Charged Over Accounting
Federal prosecutors filed charges in an indictment unsealed Friday against two former executives at trucking company Roadrunner Transportation Systems for their alleged role in a complex accounting and securities fraud scheme.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

U.S., China Tariffs Hit American-Made Products from Chips to Cars
Semiconductor-chip makers, auto makers and soybean farmers are among those facing the brunt of tariffs imposed by the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes and Her Ex-No. 2 Charged With Defrauding Investors
Federal prosecutors filed criminal charges against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh Balwani, the blood-testing company's former No. 2 executive, alleging that they defrauded investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars and defrauded doctors and patients.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

National Enquirer Publisher Adds to Its Celebrity Gossip Collection
American Media, the dominant publisher of celebrity gossips publications sold mainly at supermarket checkout lines, agreed to buy three more—In Touch, Life & Style and Closer—from rival Bauer Media USA.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Apple Lands Oprah Winfrey for Video Service
Apple has formed a production partnership with Oprah Winfrey to make programs for the new subscription video service it is creating.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Fresh Off Time Warner Deal, AT&T Plans Aggressive Content Strategy
One day after closing on its $81 billion deal for Time Warner, AT&T says it will be aggressive in acquiring content and building new ways to reach viewers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Why Freight Trains Stretch Three Miles Long
Pressure from investors and competition from trucking are driving railroad operators to add cars to freight trains to improve efficiency and cut costs. But some say the trend is misguided and, potentially, a safety hazard.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Why Companies Have the Urge to Merge
In the new economy, business like AT&T need to be able to reinvent themselves through their deals, writes John D. Stoll.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

China Delivers on Retaliatory Tariffs as Trade Feud Heats Up
Beijing retaliated against planned U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods by targeting high-value American exports, stepping up the potential for a trade war between the world's two biggest economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

China to Impose Tariffs on U.S. Products
Beijing said it would impose tariffs of 25% on 545 U.S. products on July 6 after the Trump administration announced Friday a 25% tariff on $50 billion of Chinese goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Chip Makers: We'll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods
The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump's plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they will hurt American business and make the country less competitive.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Scoot Over: A Two-Wheeled Gold Rush in Silicon Valley
Venture capital pour into the hottest thing on two wheels, with startups setting speed records in becoming unicorns and cities trying to limit sidewalk clutter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Union Looks to Block New Trump Rule on Federal Workers
The largest federal-workers union is attempting to block President Trump from enforcing one of three executive orders issued in an effort to rewrite the rules between the government and its employees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Comcast Clears EU Hurdle in Sky Bid
Regulators say they won't object to the cable giant's $29 billion offer, inching the company closer to a possible bidding war with Disney and Fox.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

China Warns U.S. That Latest Tariffs Are 'Provoking' Trade War
Beijing said it would retaliate immediately after the Trump administration moved to impose tariffs on $50 billion of goods from China, raising the potential for a trade war.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Americans' Love Affair With Huge Vehicles Collides With Tiny Parking Spaces
U.S. drivers love their big cars more than ever, but there is a problem. They don't fit into the pee-wee parking spots common in many parking garages.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

UPS's $20 Billion Problem: Operations Stuck in the 20th Century
As the package giant tries to satisfy America's 21st-century shopping-and-shipping mania, it must update a delivery network whose processes sometimes hark to a past era; a $20 billion catch-up bill.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

U.S. Consumer Sentiment Rose in Early June
U.S. household confidence rose in the beginning of June, driven by Americans' more favorable view of their current economic situation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

China Stung by U.S. Tariffs, Promises to Respond in Kind
Beijing said it would retaliate immediately after the Trump administration said it will move ahead with tariffs on $50 billion of goods from China, raising the potential for a trade war between the world's two biggest economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

LyondellBasell, Braskem Confirm Merger Talks
Chemical companies LyondellBasell Industries and Braskem said that they have entered into exclusive talks regarding a potential deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Glencore to Resume Payments to Sanctioned Billionaire Gertler
The Swiss mining giant will resume multimillion-dollar payments to a former business partner sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department for alleged corruption in Congo, resolving a thorny legal dispute that threatened to disrupt its operations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

U.S. Industrial Production Unexpectedly Declined in May
U.S. industrial production ended three straight months of growth in May with an unexpected decline due in part to the fire at a major Ford supplier.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

A Scooter Gold Rush in Silicon Valley
Venture capital pour into the hottest thing on two wheels, with startups setting speed records in becoming unicorns and cities trying to limit sidewalk clutter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

China Reacts to U.S. Tariffs, Promises to Respond in Kind
The Trump administration said it will move ahead with tariffs on $50 billion of goods from China, and Beijing immediately said it would respond with reciprocal measures, raising the potential for a trade war between the world's two biggest economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Behind the Scenes at G-7 Meetings, Allies Dismayed by Trump's Jabs
Prospects for compromise between the U.S. and its economic allies have dimmed in the wake of a dramatic blow-up last week at Group of Seven meetings. President Donald Trump jabbed allies on trade, but also immigration, terrorism and other issues, according to people at the meetings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Wage Growth Boosts ECB Confidence on Inflation Target
Eurozone wages rose at a faster pace during the three months through March, boosting confidence among the ECB's policy makers that they are set to keep inflation on target in coming years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

AT&T's Ambitious Plan to Take On Facebook and Google for Ad Dollars
AT&T has barely scratched the surface of how its wireless data can help in TV ad targeting, and it has very little commercial space to sell.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Apple to Stick With Cheaper Screens as Consumers Balk at iPhone X Price Tag
Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays, in a sign of consumers' sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Kellogg Recalls Honey Smacks Cereal on Salmonella Concerns
Kellogg is recalling some Honey Smacks cereal after federal health regulators linked the product to salmonella-related illnesses in several states.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Why 5G Leader Huawei Could Get Shut Out of A Major Rollout
Australia is looking at barring Huawei from taking part in the introduction of new 5G telecommunications infrastructure, which would deal a blow to the Chinese company's global ambitions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Apple Looks to Keep iPhones With Cheaper Displays
Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays, in a sign of consumers' sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Glencore to Resume Payments to Israeli Billionaire Gertler Despite U.S. Sanctions
Swiss mining giant Glencore said it would resume multimillion-dollar payments to a former business partner sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department for alleged corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo, resolving a thorny legal dispute that threatened to disrupt its operations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

iPhone X-Pensive: Apple Looks to Keep Phones With Cheaper Displays
Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays more than analysts had expected, showing consumers' sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Why Railroads Are Making Freight Trains Longer and Longer
Pressure from investors and competition from trucking are driving railroad operators to add cars to freight trains to improve efficiency and cut costs. But some say the trend is misguided and, potentially, a safety hazard.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

The Hidden Cost of Trying to Land Amazon's HQ2
Time, money and potential lost opportunities are at stake as finalist cities and states compete ferociously to win Amazon's $5 billion second headquarters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

OECD Sounds Alarm Over 'Broken Elevator' for Social Mobility
People living in developed economies are less likely to climb up or slide down the earnings ladder than their parents were—a fixable problem that is weakening confidence in the economic system, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Bottega Veneta Picks Daniel Lee as Creative Director
Bottega Veneta named British designer Daniel Lee as the brand's new creative director, choosing a relative unknown in the industry to revive the struggling Italian fashion house.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2018

Trump Approves Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods
President Donald Trump approved tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, as the U.S. ratchets up its trade fight over Chinese pressure on American firms to transfer technology to local partners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

AT&T Closes Time Warner Deal, as DOJ Doesn't Ask for Delay
AT&T completed its purchase of Time Warner Inc., hours after the Department of Justice decided not to request a legal delay while antitrust officials consider whether to appeal their court defeat.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

China Tech Giants' Costly Wars to Go Cashless
As more Chinese leave their wallets at home, Alibaba and Tencent are reaching deeper into theirs to fund an increasingly arms race to dominate mobile payments.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

AT&T Closes Time Warner Deal After Judge's Ruling
AT&T Thursday completed its purchase of Time Warner, as U.S. District Judge Richard Leon authorized it to do so after the Justice Department decided not to request a delay that could have held up the combination.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Economic Growth in U.S. Leaves World Behind
The U.S. economy is revving up just as Europe and other major economies lose steam, jeopardizing a rare period in which the world's largest economies have been accelerating in unison.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Disney, Comcast Bids for Fox Assets Could Face Regulatory Sticking Point: Sports
Comcast and Disney, rival bidders for assets of 21st Century Fox, have to win over shareholders then fight the next battle in Washington, where regulators are expected to give Fox's regional sports networks a close look.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Top Facebook Strategist to Step Down
Facebook's top policy and communications executive, Elliot Schrage, is stepping down, ending a decadelong tenure at the social-media giant as it faces intense scrutiny for its business practices and commitment to privacy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Powell Puts His Stamp on the Fed
Jerome Powell gave the Federal Reserve's communications a makeover, one way the new chairman is putting his stamp on the central bank without departing from his predecessors' policies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Judge Clears AT&T, Time Warner to Close Deal
A federal judge authorized AT&T to complete its purchase of Time Warner, after the Justice Department decided not to request a delay that would have held up the combination.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Etsy Raises Fees, Angering Sellers but Sending Stock Soaring
Online crafts marketplace Etsy said it is increasing the transaction fees it charges, cheering Wall Street investors but angering some of the merchants that sell on the site.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Etsy Raises Fees on Sellers
Online crafts marketplace Etsy said it is increasing the transaction fees it charges, cheering Wall Street investors but angering some of the merchants that sell on the site.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Nafta Talks Will Extend Into Summer, Canadian Official Says
Discussions on the North American Free Trade Agreement will continue into the summer, Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said following a meeting in Washington with the Trump administration's chief trade envoy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box Has Apple Playing Defense
GrayKey, a $15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Plans Large Domestic Stock Sale
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. filed plans to conduct a large portion of its initial public offering in Shanghai—which could help it earn a higher market valuation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Meet Apple's Security Headache: A $15,000 iPhone-Hacking Box
GrayKey, a $15,000 iPhone-unlocking box sold to police and other U.S. authorities by Atlanta startup Grayshift, is in heavy use with some forensic law-enforcement authorities, prompting Apple to punch back.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

What Should Waiters Earn? Debate Over the Tipped Wage
In Washington, D.C., and in some states, dual wage scales for tipped and nontipped service workers may be coming to an end. Many employers aren't happy about it. Perhaps surprisingly, some workers aren't either.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

IMF Sees U.S. Potential Growth at Half the Pace of White House Estimates
The International Monetary Fund warned that the economic boost from last year's tax cuts in the U.S. will fade in 2019 and 2020, and the U.S. economy will then slow considerably.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Apple's Next Laptops Could Be More iPhone Than Mac
As efficient mobile processors overtake their laptop-powering counterparts, Apple could switch MacBooks over to its own custom chips.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Economy Seen Chugging Ahead of Europe and Asia
The U.S. economy is revving up just as those in Europe and Asia lose steam, ending a rare period in which the world's dominant economies were accelerating in tandem.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Etsy Raises Fees on Sellers Using Its Platform
Online craft marketplace Etsy said it is increasing the fees it charges its more than 2 million active sellers, drawing criticism from entrepreneurs who use the platform.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

What Should Wait Staff Earn? The Debate Over the Tipped Wage
In Washington, D.C., and in some states, dual wage scales for tipped and nontipped service workers may be coming to an end. Many employers aren't happy about it. Perhaps surprisingly, some workers aren't either.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Can You Taste a City in a Bottle of Vodka?
We sent novelist Sergio de la Pava a bottle of Our/New York vodka. It took him places he didn't expect.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Retail Sales Soared in May
Americans spent a big chunk of their paychecks on retail goods in May, one of several developments helping lift the economy to a stronger phase of growth this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Rolls-Royce, Under Pressure From Investors, Will Cut 4,600 Jobs
British aircraft-engine maker Rolls-Royce said it would shed 4,600 jobs even as it grapples with mounting problems with an engine powering Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

ECB to End Bond-Buying Program in December as Crisis-Era Policies Wind Down
The European Central Bank laid out plans to wind down its €2.5 trillion bond-buying program by December, but said it didn't expect to raise rates "at least through the summer of 2019."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Snapchat Zigs Where Facebook Zags
Snapchat is opening its platform to outside software developers in a push for growth that will also test its commitment to privacy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Analysis: What Will the Fed Do With an Overshoot?
The Federal Reserve's dilemma is intensifying: When has the economy had too much of a good thing?

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Retail Sales Soared in May
Americans spent a big chunk of their paychecks on retail goods in May, one of several developments helping lift the economy to a stronger phase of growth this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, the latest sign employers are reluctant to dismiss workers in a tight labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Airlines Unbowed by Beijing's Demand to Call Taiwan Part of China
Most of the world's airlines have bowed to Chinese demands to refer to Taiwan as part of China, but the three main U.S. international carriers and a handful of others have so far refused.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

China's Costly Wars to Go Cashless
As more Chinese leave their wallets at home, Alibaba and Tencent are reaching deeper into theirs to fund an increasingly arms race to dominate mobile payments.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Protectionist Stance Spooks Germany's Economy
President Donald Trump's trade threats aren't only hurting feelings in Germany. They are beginning to weigh on the country's export-driven economy, where growth is slowing and export orders are on the decline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

China's Investors Pour Into Western Biotech Startups
Fledgling biotech and medical-technology startups in the U.S. and Europe have found a new source of cash to pay for costly research: China's private-equity and venture-capital investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Royal Caribbean to Buy Controlling Stake in Silversea
Royal Caribbean Cruises will acquire a roughly 67% stake in privately held Silversea Cruises for about $1 billion, the company said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2018

Goodbye London: Unilever Set to Lose Its Place in the FTSE 100
Unilever, one of the U.K.'s biggest companies, looks set to leave the country's blue chip FTSE 100 index after consolidating its legal structure in the Netherlands.

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