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Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Elon Musk Sells Nearly $7 Billion Worth of Tesla Stock Amid Twitter Uncertainty
The billionaire suggested the stock sales were aimed at avoiding a fire sale if forced to buy the social-media company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Elon Musk Sells Nearly $7 Billion Worth of Tesla Stock
The stock sales come just months after the billionaire said he wasn't planning to sell additional shares in the company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Chip Makers Expect Demand Slowdown to Expand Beyond PCs, Smartphones
The White House committed to long-term U.S. chip expansion as companies are dialing down their near-term spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

BuzzFeed Expects Recession Fears to Pressure Advertising
The digital media company posts 20% rise in revenue, boosted by sponsored-content growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Former Twitter Employee Convicted of Spying for Saudi Arabia
Ahmad Abouammo was found guilty of spying and money laundering.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Walmart Explores Adding Streaming Video to Walmart Membership Program
The retailer has held talks with Disney, Comcast and Paramount about adding one of their services as a perk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Judge Approves Blue Cross's $2.67 Billion Antitrust Settlement
The insurers, seeking to resolve a lawsuit filed by employers and individual policyholders, agreed to make payments and change certain practices that allegedly limited competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Microsoft Curbs Spending on Travel, Gatherings in Bid to Reduce Costs
Microsoft finance chief Amy Hood warned employees to keep an eye on budgets, with some spending on business travel, outside training and company gatherings being targeted in an effort to control costs in the current economic environment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Rapid Wage Growth Keeps Pressure on U.S. Inflation
Pay increases have exceeded an annual 5% every month this year as companies vie for workers in tight job market, a factor contributing to four-decade high U.S. inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Ford's New F-150 Lightning Truck to Get Price Hike
The car company's new all-electric truck is getting a price increase fewer than four months after it started shipping to dealerships for the first time.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors Buck Consumer-Spending Woes
Luxury brands book strong sales, while Allbirds and Signet warn of weaker demand this year as inflation pinches shoppers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

U.S. Productivity Falls for Second Straight Quarter
U.S. nonfarm labor productivity fell at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.6% in the second quarter from the prior quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors Buck Retail Spending Woes
Luxury brands book strong sales, while Allbirds and Signet warn of weaker demand this year as inflation pinches shoppers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Drugmaker Endo Says Bankruptcy Likely Imminent
The drugmaker has been in talks with lenders, but also faces thousands of lawsuits from government and private plaintiffs alleging it fueled opioid addiction

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

The Fun Slows for Videogame Companies
Covid-19 gave the videogame industry a boost as people stayed home, but growth is slowing as people are going out again.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Nielsen Says Buyout Group Has Reached Deal With Largest Shareholder
WindAcre had previously opposed the $10 billion buyout by private-equity firms.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Micron Warns of Weakening Demand, Lower Sales
The company said in a regulatory filing that expectations for industry bit-demand growth for dynamic random-access memory chips and NAND flash memory chips have softened since it last provided guidance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Rocket Lab Is Already Science, Not Fiction
Investors have lumped Rocket Lab together with other moonshots that hit the market in 2021, but the small-satellite launcher has already proven its business model and will benefit from a post-Ukraine increase in military spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Unlike Other Former SPACs, Rocket Lab Is Already Science, Not Fiction
Investors have lumped Rocket Lab together with other moonshots that hit the market in 2021, but the small-satellite launcher has already proven its business model and will benefit from a post-Ukraine increase in military spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

Tesla Faces Crowded Field in China as New-Energy Car Market Booms
Sales of electric and hybrid cars in world's biggest auto market are forecast to hit a record six million this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 09, 2022

U.S. Solar Shipments Hit by Import Ban on China's Xinjiang Region
The U.S. solar industry is confronting fresh disruptions as U.S. officials crack down on human-rights abuses in a region of China that produces almost half the world's supply of a crucial component in solar panels.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Deliveries of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Set to Resume
American Airlines said it expects to take its first delivery of a 787 Dreamliner as soon as Wednesday, its first after a long pause in deliveries of the jet that has created headaches for airlines and Boeing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Carlyle Board Didn't Respond to CEO's Early Contract Proposal
The precise reasons behind the board's unwillingness to negotiate with outgoing CEO Kewsong Lee aren't entirely clear, but his departure is exacerbating the underperformance of the private-equity firm's stock.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Ben & Jerry's Says Unilever Could Undermine Social Mission
The ice cream brand in court called for the parent company to be prevented from transferring assets to a local licensee in Israel, saying the products could be used to oppose social issues that it supports.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

News Corp Posts Revenue Growth, Boosted by Dow Jones
News publisher reports continued strength in advertising.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Russian Engines Lose Spot on Northrop Grumman Rocket
A new version of a Northrop Grumman rocket that flies NASA cargo to the International Space Station is expected to use U.S.-made engines for future launches, a shift away from its reliance on Russian motors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Tesla, EV Makers Stand to Get Billions for Factories From Senate Bill
Industry says new manufacturing requirements and income limits could jeopardize $7,500 tax credit for many buyers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Nvidia Warns of Sales Shortfall as Gaming Revenue Drops
The graphics-chip maker expects quarterly revenue of $6.7 billion amid a 33% drop in gaming revenue, the latest sign of slackening demand for computer chips.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Poor Demand for Its Covid Vaccine Prompts Novavax to Cut Sales Forecast
The vaccine maker reduced its 2022 guidance to a maximum of $2.3 billion, down from its previous estimate for as much as $5 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Deliveries of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Set to Resume in Coming Days
The FAA signed off on a new production regime for the twin-aisle aircraft after a prolonged halt, saying Boeing has made the necessary changes to ensure the Dreamliners meet certification standards.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

U.S. Sanctions Virtual Currency Mixer Tornado Cash
The Treasury Department accuses the firm of laundering more than $7 billion in virtual currency in the past few years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Data Show Gender Pay Gap Opens Early
Disparities among male and female college graduates appeared within three years, even for those receiving the same degree from the same school, a WSJ analysis of federal data for 2015 and 2016 graduates shows.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

SoftBank Reports Record $23 Billion Quarterly Loss
The Japanese technology investor suffered losses after holdings such as Uber and DoorDash lost value.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Pfizer Agrees to $5.4 Billion Deal for Global Blood Therapeutics
Pfizer has agreed to buy Global Blood Therapeutics for $5.4 billion, a deal that will give the big drugmaker a foothold in the treatment of sickle-cell disease.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Lyft Creates Media Division to Expand Its Advertising Services
Through its Lyft Media unit, the ride-hailing company plans to offer more ads inside cars, on its app and at bike-share stations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

A 70-Year-Old Taiwanese Chip Wizard Is Driving China's Tech Ambitions
When Asian semiconductor makers make dramatic advances, there's often a common element: Berkeley-educated Liang Mong Song.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Risks From Falling Valuations Prompt More Startups to Extend Funding Rounds
Rather than risk selling shares at lower prices in new fundraising rounds, a growing number of venture capital-backed startups are extending previous rounds—in some cases, extending ones that appeared closed over a year ago.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Hiring Gets Easier for Some Employers Despite Hot Job Market
Verizon, Uber, Marriott and others hardest hit by the pandemic say they are seeing emerging signs that recruiting workers is becoming less of a challenge, even as the overall job market remains tight.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Antitrust Bill Targeting Big Tech in Limbo
The legislative clock is ticking down on a bill that would block the largest tech companies from favoring their own products and services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

How YouTube Keeps Broadcasting Inside Russia's Digital Iron Curtain
Russia has fined Google's video site hundreds of millions of dollars but hasn't blocked its access, allowing the country's citizens to view one of the few sources of independent information about the war in Ukraine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

World's Biggest Miner Rebuffed on $5.8 Billion Copper Play
Copper mining company Oz Minerals rejected a takeover approach by BHP, which is seeking to boost its output of a metal needed for electric vehicles, wind turbines and solar farms.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

SoftBank Reports Record $23 Billion Quarterly Loss as Tech Downturn Hits
The Japanese technology investor suffered losses after holdings such as Uber and DoorDash lost value.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

UPS to Buy Italian Healthcare-Logistics Provider Bomi Group
The acquisition would broaden the Atlanta-based transportation giant's operations in Europe and Latin America.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 08, 2022

Two Chinese Cities Approve Baidu's Unmanned Self-Driving Taxis
China, seeking to catch up to the U.S. in autonomous driving cars, has been increasingly active in setting up regulations that allow such vehicles on public roads.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

UPS Nears Deal to Buy Italian Healthcare-Logistics Provider Bomi Group
The acquisition would broaden the Atlanta-based transportation giant's operations in Europe and Latin America.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

Senate Passes Democrats' Climate, Healthcare and Tax Bill
After more than 15 hours of amendments, Democrats passed the legislation, with Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tiebreaking vote. The measure now moves to the House.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

Economy Week Ahead: Inflation and Inventories in Focus
Economists estimate that consumer prices moderated in July and wholesalers' inventories rose modestly.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

Tom Alberg, Early Amazon Investor and Long-Time Amazon Board Member, Dies at 82
Mr. Alberg was known in business circles as a ‘Day 1 investor' in Amazon, and served on the company's board for 23 years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

CVS Plans to Bid for Signify Health
CVS is seeking to buy Signify Health, according to people familiar with the matter, as the drugstore and insurance giant looks to expand in home-health services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

How One Grocery Chain Is Preparing for a Downturn
Pennsylvania-based Karns Foods said it is readjusting prices weekly and dropping some products as consumers become more cost-conscious and recession fears grow.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

Phones Know Who Went to an Abortion Clinic. Whom Will They Tell?
Myriad state restrictions on accessing or performing abortions prompt some companies to pledge not to share sensitive mobile-phone data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

Ben & Jerry's to Take On Owner Over Israeli Business
A New York court is set to hear the ice-cream brand's request to block its parent company, Unilever, from selling Ben & Jerry's Israeli business in what lawyers say is a first-of-its-kind case.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 07, 2022

China's Export Growth Stays Surprisingly Robust
China's export machine remained resilient in July following a strong bounceback from the spring's harsh Covid-19 restrictions, defying again predictions of softening global demand for Chinese-made goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

Eli Lilly, Cummins Speak Out Against Indiana's Abortion Ban
The companies say the state's new restrictions could affect where they add staff; covering travel "may not be enough" to retain talent, Lilly says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

Eli Lilly, Cummins Speak Out Against Indiana's Ban on Most Abortions
The companies say the state's new restrictions could affect where they add staff; covering travel "may not be enough" to retain talent, Lilly says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

Eli Lilly Speaks Out Against Indiana's Ban on Most Abortions
The pharmaceutical company says the state's restrictions will lead it to plan to hire more outside of the state; says covering travel ‘may not be enough' to retain talent.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

Shale Drillers Warn of Higher Costs as They Report Record Profits
Many companies in the oil patch are boosting their budgets to cope with labor shortages and soaring prices of raw materials and services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

Berkshire Hathaway's Earnings Fall, Hurt by Market Volatility
The company posted a loss of $43.8 billion, compared with a profit of $28.1 billion in the year-earlier period.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

The Inside Story of Carlos Ghosn's Brazen Escape From Japan
The scheme involved stacks of cash, a stealthy dash to the airport, and plenty of cloak-and-dagger tactics. In the end, though, the auto executive had to hunker down in a claustrophobic box, hoping no one would look inside.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

The Other Electric Vehicle: E-Bikes Gain Ground for Americans Avoiding Gas Cars
Electric cars weren't the only thing to post record sales last year. A growing number of Americans are turning to electric bikes for at least some of their transportation needs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 06, 2022

At Ford, Quality Is Now Problem 1
Ford used to tout the reliability of its vehicles in ads. After a string of recalls, the auto maker is trying to change how it finds problems.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

California DMV Accuses Tesla of False Advertising
The state agency alleged that Tesla has inaccurately portrayed its cars as autonomous.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

July Jobs Report: U.S. Added 528,000 New Jobs
The U.S. economy has now recouped the 22 million jobs lost in the wake of the pandemic. The jobless rate dropped to 3.5%.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Oracle Lays Off Hundreds of Employees
The layoffs primarily hit Oracle's advertising and customer experience group as the company emphasizes cloud and healthcare IT services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Snapshot of Jobs Market as It Reaches Pandemic Recovery Milestone
Covid-19 altered industry hiring trends, who is in the workforce and put pressure on wages that is driving high inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

CSX Railroad Chief Hays T. Watkins Promoted One-Stop Shipping
An ambitious executive, who has died at age 96, expanded rail giant into trucks, barges and container ships but pulled back from diversification into energy and resorts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Jobs Report to Keep Fed on Aggressive Tightening Path
The U.S. economy is still firing on many cylinders, which makes it more likely that Fed officials conclude they need to raise rates to higher levels and to keep rates at those levels for longer to cool the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Pfizer in Advanced Talks to Buy Global Blood Therapeutics
Acquiring the maker of a recently approved drug for sickle-cell disease would be the latest move by the drug giant to bolster its portfolio and pipeline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Coinbase's Rapid Rise Left It Exposed in Crypto's Collapse
Fast expansion made Coinbase the biggest U.S. exchange for digital currency. Now it faces high expenses, dwindling cash and a challenge from regulators.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Cheapskates Rejoice: Free Samples Are Back
Tidbits return, putting grocery-store grazers on the hunt; ‘I stalk the sample person'

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Amazon Buying Roomba Maker iRobot for $1.7 Billion
The deal for the robot vacuum, which would be Amazon's fourth-largest acquisition, adds to a connected-home portfolio that also includes the Alexa virtual assistant speaker and Ring video doorbell.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

U.S. Added 528,000 Jobs in July
The U.S. economy has now recouped the number of jobs lost in the wake of the pandemic. The jobless rate dropped to 3.5%.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Evergrande Backs Out of Plan to Build World's Largest Soccer Stadium
The struggling Chinese property developer said it would receive a refund equivalent to about $818 million, and intends to use the money to help repay debt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

Databricks Says It Has Surpassed $1 Billion in Annualized Revenue
Databricks Inc. says it has topped $1 billion in annualized revenue, a milestone that comes as the nine-year-old data analytics company looks to acquire other tech startups to drive growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

New Weight-Loss Drugs Can Fatten Drugmakers' Profits
A new class of treatments for obesity can have a big impact on public health and on the bottom lines of companies like Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 05, 2022

The Hot New Trend for Gucci and Chanel: Middle America
After years focused mainly on expansion in China, luxury brands are rediscovering the U.S., opening boutiques across America in cities where they have never previously operated stand-alone stores.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Musk Alleges Fraud by Twitter in Countersuit
The billionaire Elon Musk said the social-media platform misrepresented users as well as the level of false accounts. Twitter said the claims are inaccurate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Warner Bros. Discovery Considers Free Ad-Supported Streaming Plan
The move is the latest effort by a streaming giant to reach a broader audience as the competition for users intensifies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Twitter Denies Musk Claim It Tricked Him Into Signing Deal
The social-media company responded to the billionaire's countersuit, saying he doesn't have the right to back out of the $44 billion takeover because of fake accounts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Carvana Cuts Costs as Demand for Used Autos Remains Under Pressure
The online used car dealer said reducing expenses is its top priority after focusing for years on aggressive sales growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Beyond Meat Plans to Lay Off 4% of Global Workforce
The company's CEO says job cuts are part of a plan to reduce costs as inflation prompts consumers to buy less-expensive protein.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

DoorDash Revenue Climbs as Restaurants Raise Prices, Consumers Continue Spending
The food-delivery company raised its full-year guidance even as it expects a softer spending environment. Shares climbed more than 13% in after-hours trading.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Elon Musk Suggests Big Tesla Factory Expansion Plans
The electric-vehicle maker, which is striving to sell 20 million vehicles annually, could ultimately build 10 or 12 factories, its CEO says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Warner Bros. Discovery Weighs Free Ad-Supported Streaming Plan
The move is the latest effort by a streaming giant to reach a broader audience as the competition for users intensifies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Twitter Rebuts Musk's Assertion That He Was Hoodwinked
The social-media company filed its response to the billionaire's countersuit, providing a glimpse of his case for walking away from a $44 billion takeover.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Lyft Belt-Tightening Aids Second-Quarter Results
The ride-hailing company says the supply of available drivers is improving after a prolonged shortage.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

TikTok Pares Pandemic-Era Perks in Return to Office Push
Some locations are strained as thousands of new workers look for work stations and parking spaces.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Paramount Revenue Gets Lift From 'Top Gun' Sequel, Streaming Service
‘The Lost City' and ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2' helped drive strong film results in the latest quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Goldman Sachs Credit-Card Practices Under Investigation
The bank said regulators from the CFPB are looking at several areas, including how it handles customer refunds and resolves billing disputes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Brad Jacobs Will Step Aside as CEO of XPO Logistics
Mario Harik would succeed Mr. Jacobs, who will step down in the fourth quarter. Mr. Jacobs has started to carve apart the business he built through a series of rapid-fire acquisitions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Mortgage Rates Hit 4.99%, Dropping Below 5% for First Time Since April
Rates have fallen swiftly from their 13-year high of 5.81% in June.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Eli Lilly Revenue Falls on Lower Covid Treatment Sales
The pharmaceutical company cut its profit outlook for the year as the stronger U.S. dollar impacts results.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Kellogg Lifts Outlook After Quarterly Sales Rise
The food company said consumer demand held up despite raising its prices in recent months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Demand for U.S. Energy Exports Narrowed June's Trade Deficit
The trade gap shrank 6.2% to $79.6 billion, as a rise in shipments of energy products pushed up exports, while cooling consumer appetite weighed on imports.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Wayfair's Sales Drop as It Loses Customers
Online furniture seller Wayfair posted broad declines in its business, the latest sign of its struggle to reignite consumer interest coming out of the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Jobless Claims Rose Last Week to Near High for Year
Initial jobless claims increased slightly to a seasonally adjusted 260,000 last week, close to the 2022 peak set earlier in July.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Las Vegas Casinos Are Booming
Whatever jitters they might have about a potential recession, people are flocking to the entertainment and gambling oasis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Bank of England Makes Biggest Rate Rise Since 1995
The U.K. central bank raised its key interest rate by a half percentage point, the largest single step in more than a quarter-century, as it follows the Federal Reserve in giving priority to the fight against inflation over the risk of hurting growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Alibaba Posts First Revenue Drop Since Going Public
The company blamed China's Covid outbreak for the slim drop, saying its main domestic e-commerce business was hit by pandemic-related supply chain and logistics disruptions in April and May.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 04, 2022

Paramount Revenue Rose 19% on 'Top Gun,' Streaming Service
The media company said that movie and direct-to-consumer revenue both doubled in the second quarter.

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