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Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Amazon's Alexa Boss on What Users Are Asking During Covid-19
Toni Reid, the woman behind the Echo, explains Amazon's tough culture, how women in tech can advance and working from home.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Microsoft's Marketing Chief on Working With the NFL During Covid
Microsoft has relied on the National Football League's mass audiences since it became a sponsor in 2013. This year, the coronavirus pandemic left the company wondering whether there would be an NFL season at all.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Eric Schmidt's Daughter Has Tech Ambitions---Just Not in Silicon Valley
Sophie Schmidt launched Rest of World, a nonprofit journalism startup, in May to shine a light on technology's impact in less-covered markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

AirPods Pro Are Even Better a Year Later
With new software updates, Apple is squeezing more value out of its year-old AirPods Pro, the company's noise-canceling wireless earbuds.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Captive Insurance Seen as Covid-Era Remedy to Rising Premiums
With fights flaring over payouts during a time of disrupted business, many companies are looking beyond mainstream coverage and doing it themselves.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Sustainable Footwear Maker Allbirds Lands $100 Million in Funding
The Series E round was led by Franklin Templeton and values Allbirds at $1.7 billion, according to a person familiar with the terms.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Europe Invites a Trade Battle in its Fight Against Shipping Pollution
A plan to make oceangoing ships pay for the pollution they cause carrying cargo to and from Europe is drawing sharp criticism from the industry and raises the prospect of a broader conflict on trade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Even in Streaming TV, Advertisers Are Dealing With Fraud
Advertisers are flocking to streaming TV, pursuing viewers who are spending more time watching programming on ad-supported services. But fraudsters seeking to steal some of those new ad dollars are moving in, too.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 27, 2020

Grocers Stockpile, Build 'Pandemic Pallets' Ahead of Winter
Grocery stores and food companies are preparing for a possible surge in sales amid a new rise in Covid-19 cases and the impending holiday rush.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 26, 2020

Devon Energy, WPX in Talks to Merge
The companies are in talks to combine, according to people familiar with the matter, in a move that could help the energy companies weather a prolonged industry slump.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 26, 2020

Everybody Vs. the App Store: Why Companies Are Taking Issue With Apple's Growing Revenue Engine
A host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 26, 2020

TikTok's Fate Coming to a Head
TikTok and its partners are heading into what could be a pivotal weekend with a multipart strategy to avert a fast-approaching U.S. ban on downloads of the popular video-sharing app.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 26, 2020

U.S. Sets Export Controls on China's Top Chip Maker
The U.S. action threatens to cut off SMIC, which is at the heart of Beijing's efforts to compete in advanced technology, from equipment used to manufacture chips.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 26, 2020

Is It Insane to Start a Business During Coronavirus? Millions of Americans Don't Think So.
The pandemic closed hundreds of thousands of businesses across the country. But now applications for new U.S. businesses are rising at the fastest rate since 2007. Why? A mix of necessity and opportunity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

American Secures Larger Government Loan After Rivals Reject Cash
The airline said it would be able to borrow more than expected from the U.S. Treasury after rivals walked away from government loans, helping the airline shore up its cash reserves.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Boeing Board Accused of Lax Oversight Amid 737 MAX Crisis
A shareholder lawsuit that cites internal company documents alleges that the plane maker failed to properly oversee management's responses to two fatal crashes and safety problems in the aircraft involved.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Caesars, Apollo Size Up U.K.'s William Hill
The British bookmaker said it had received takeover proposals from Caesars and Apollo, the latest sign of growing interest in the U.S. sports-gambling market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Drugmaker Mallinckrodt Nears Bankruptcy Filing Over Opioid Suits
Mallinckrodt is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as within weeks, setting up a potential battle with state and local governments over the drugmaker's alleged role in fueling opioid addiction in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 Vaccine Produced Immune Response
The findings from an early-stage trial add detail to J&J's recent announcement that the trial's results were positive and support the drugmaker's decision to start a larger study.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

LinkedIn Introduces Stories and a Redesign to Create a Friendlier Platform
LinkedIn, the professional networking site owned by Microsoft Corp., has rolled out a redesign and several new features, including its own version of "stories" posts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Google Parent Agrees to Sweeping Workplace Changes in Settlement of Sexual Harassment Suits
Google's parent announced workplace changes including forbidding romantic relationships between bosses and subordinates and put $310 million into a diversity and inclusion fund in a settlement of shareholder suits Friday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

California Pizza Kitchen Nears Bankruptcy Deal With Creditors
The restaurant chain is close to a settlement with its unsecured creditors that clears a path for the business to sell itself or hand over ownership to lenders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Apple Suspends Commissions for Apps Offering Paid Online Events
The change, effective through year end, follows Facebook confirming that Apple approved its request to exempt businesses hosting live online events through its app from being required to pay a cut of sales to Apple.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Apple Suspends Commissions for Apps Offering Paid Online Events Due to Coronavirus
The announcement follows Facebook confirming that Apple approved its request to exempt businesses hosting live online events through its app from being required to pay a cut of sales to Apple.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

IPO Market Parties Like It's 1999
Even in the midst of a recession, investors are pouring money into newly public companies at levels on par with the dot-com era. A shift in the economy and low interest rates are helping drive the frenzy of activity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

The Daughter of a Slave Who Did the Unthinkable: Build a Bank
The first Black woman to run a U.S. bank, Maggie Lena Walker saw the economic independence of her peers as an ethical imperative. ‘Let us have a bank that will take the nickels and turn them into dollars,' she said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Facebook Strikes Deal to Skirt Apple's App Store Commission
The agreement temporarily lets the social-media giant use its own payment system to process transactions for live events hosted on its mobile app, following criticism over Apple's digital marketplace.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Cloud Startups Ride Wave of Pandemic-Fueled Investments
Cloud-computing startups have landed new investments and customer accounts during the coronavirus pandemic as many companies have accelerated cloud-related projects to keep ahead of the competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Caesars, Apollo Make Takeover Approaches for U.K.'s William Hill
British bookmaker William Hill said it had received takeover proposals from Caesars and Apollo, the latest sign of growing interest in the U.S. sports-gambling market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Beijing Frets Over Losing Control of TikTok as It Debates App's Fate
Chinese officials weighing an agreement to turn TikTok into a U.S.-based company are eager to ensure that the short-video app's Chinese owner retains control over its global operations and that TikTok's source code remains secret.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Beyond Meat's Pitch for More Customers: It's Not Just Good for the Planet, It's Also Good for You.
Companies that aim to win converts to green products need to convince consumers that they're also acting in their own best interests.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

The Woman in Charge of Getting America Enough Clorox Wipes
Linda Rendle, Clorox's brand-new CEO and one of the youngest leaders of a Fortune 500 company, is racing to meet coronavirus-fueled demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Durable-Goods Orders Rise for Fourth Straight Month
Orders for long-lasting factory goods increased for the fourth consecutive month in August, a sign of the manufacturing industry's continued recovery from coronavirus pandemic-related disruptions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

With Electric-Car Target, California Is Going to Need a Bigger Grid
Converting all passenger cars and trucks to run on electricity in California could raise power demand by as much as 25%. That poses a major challenge for a state already facing periodic rolling blackouts as it rapidly transitions to renewable energy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Apple Faces Prolonged $15 Billion Tax Battle as EU Appeals
The tech giant's legal battle over a $15.2 billion tax bill will continue, potentially for years, after the European Union appealed a court ruling that sided with Apple.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 25, 2020

Apple's $15 Billion Tax Battle Resumes in Europe
Apple's legal battle over a $15.2 billion tax bill will continue, potentially for years, after the European Union appealed a court ruling that sided with the tech giant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Google, Twitter and Facebook CEOs Threatened With Subpoena
A GOP-led Senate committee scheduled an Oct. 1 vote to subpoena testimony about tech companies' legal immunity. Democrats call the move election-year intimidation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Palantir Expected to Be Valued at Nearly $22 Billion in IPO
Palantir Technologies is expected to fetch a lofty valuation in its transition to a public company despite an unusually aggressive governance structure, in the latest sign of investors' voracious appetite for new shares.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Parts Maker for Boeing 737 MAX Files for Bankruptcy
Impresa Aerospace, a parts maker involved in the manufacture of Boeing's 737 MAX airliners, has filed for bankruptcy protection after losing revenue due to the aircraft's grounding in the wake of two fatal crashes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

BMW Settles SEC Charges Over Sales Disclosures for $18 Million
The regulator found that the Munich-based auto maker had provided inaccurate information regarding its U.S. retail sales while raising roughly $18 billion from bond investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Costco's Sales Get Another Boost From Pandemic Buying
After stockpiling early in the pandemic, Americans continue to turn to Costco Wholesale to buy bulk quantities of groceries and cleaning supplies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Facebook Tightens Rules for Employee Discussions in Internal Groups
Facebook will train and require employees to moderate internal discussion groups devoted to politics, social causes and other topics unrelated to company business as part of its effort to curb internal debate around divisive issues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Fed's Bullard: Full Economic Recovery Possible by End of 2020
The St. Louis Fed leader said a sharp rebound in the remainder of this year is possible, and said there is a good chance of a very rapid improvement in the job market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Amazon Event: Tech Titan Unveils New Home Drone, Speakers, Gaming Service
The company's product event focuses on smart-home technology and security as more people stay indoors during the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Democrats Prepare New Coronavirus Aid Proposal
A new, scaled-down package on coronavirus aid would include assistance to airlines, restaurants and small businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

California's Ban on New Gas Cars Further Upends Auto Industry
California's decision to ban sales of new conventional vehicles starting in 2035 shows how regulators' aggressive emission targets are forcibly reshaping an industry that is struggling to keep its customers on board.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Amazon Event: New Home Drone, Car Camera, Smart Speakers Unveiled
The tech giant's vitual event is likely to highlight products aimed at expanding the company's home-security offering and line of Echo smart speakers that feature the Alexa voice assistant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Blue Cross Group Settles Antitrust Case for $2.7 Billion
The agreement that the insurance group has negotiated would also require it curb practices that allegedly limited competition among its 36 member companies, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Lawmakers Offer Support for Fed's New Inflation Strategy
The central bank last month changed the way it will implement its mandate from Congress, and lawmakers have no objection.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Centrist Democrats Push for Paycheck Protection Bill if No Broader Coronavirus Deal Reached
Roughly a dozen centrist House Democrats, many of whom are in competitive races this fall, are readying a procedural maneuver to try to bring a stand-alone PPP bill to the floor.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan
Some of the biggest luxury fashion brands are gingerly stepping back on to Europe's catwalks, deciding that front-row buzz is worth the complications of hosting an audience during the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Epic, Spotify Form Group to Push for App Store Changes
"Fortnite" maker Epic Games and other companies have forged an alliance to pressure Apple and other app-store operators to make changes to their marketplace rules, which the group says stifle competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Firms Conduct 'War Games' to Prepare for External Threats
Amid trade-war threats, geopolitical uncertainty and the global coronavirus pandemic, such gaming has become more popular.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Turkey's Unexpected Rate Rise Gives Lira a Lift
Turkey's central bank raised its interest rates—a surprising step amid recurrent calls by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to keep them low—in an attempt to counter the country's economic problems.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Apple Watch Series 6 and SE Review: Watch Out for the Upsell
Hoping an Apple Watch Series 6 could replace your pulse oximeter? Don't count on it giving you reliable blood-oxygen readings, says Joanna Stern.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Apple Watch Series 6 and SE: Watch Out for the Upsell
Hoping an Apple Watch Series 6 could replace your pulse oximeter? Don't count on it giving you reliable blood-oxygen readings, says Joanna Stern.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Unemployment Claims Hold at High Level
Unemployment claims held steady at a historically high 870,000 last week, suggesting the labor market continues to slowly recover from the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

E.W. Scripps Agrees to Buy ION Media for $2.65 Billion in Berkshire-Backed Deal
E.W. Scripps agreed to buy ION Media for $2.65 billion in a move to significantly expand the TV station owner's reach with the backing of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

United to Offer Covid Testing to Some Hawaii-Bound Travelers
United Airlines will offer Covid-19 tests for a fee to passengers flying from San Francisco to Hawaii, as airlines look to testing as a way to reopen some destinations that have been largely closed to travel during the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Google Antitrust Suit Looms Over Issues of Search Dominance, Advertising
State attorneys general are expected to meet with top Justice Department officials to discuss how—and how quickly—they should pursue an antitrust case against Google that could reshape the online business environment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

'Fortnite' Maker, Spotify Form Advocacy Group to Push for App Store Changes
"Fortnite" maker Epic Games and other companies have forged an alliance to pressure Apple and other app-store operators to make changes to their marketplace rules, which the group says stifle competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Amazon Expected to Unveil More Alexa, Smart-Home Devices
New devices aimed at expanding Amazon's home-security offering and line of Echo smart speakers featuring its Alexa voice assistant will likely take the limelight at the tech titan's virtual event.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Amazon Is Expected to Unveil New Alexa, Smart-Home Devices
The tech giant's vitual event is likely to highlight products aimed at expanding the company's home-security offering and line of Echo smart speakers that feature the Alexa voice assistant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Biomedical Startups Secure Emergency Authorizations for Covid-19 Fight
Life sciences startups are accelerating their products to market through emergency-use authorizations granted because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

In Europe, Regulators Want to Cut Emissions, but Consumers Want SUVs
The EU is taking action to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions, but the popularity of big vehicles in the region is driving them higher, and could result in fines for auto makers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Europe's Love of SUVs Is Putting Car Makers At Risk of Fines
The EU is taking action to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions, but the popularity of big vehicles in the region is driving them higher, and could result in fines for auto makers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Even in a Pandemic, Venmo Tells Conned Customers to Pay Up
Venmo has fostered a compassionate public image during the pandemic, touting the popular payments app as a way to virtually tip out-of-work bartenders and give to hospitals. Yet it has taken a harder line against users who ended up overdrawing their accounts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Derby's Take: Fed's New Guidance Strategy Has Bumpy Rollout
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell describes the central bank's new interest rate guidance as powerful, but the new regime's rollout has been buffeted by high profile dissension and conflicting comments.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

Companies Adjust Earnings for Covid-19 Costs, but Are They Still a One-Time Expense?
Finance chiefs and investors are trying to figure out how to account for coronavirus-related expenses as the pandemic transforms how companies operate in ways that may become a permanent cost of doing business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

E.W. Scripps Nears $2.65 Billion Takeover of ION Media in Berkshire-Backed Deal
E.W. Scripps is nearing a deal to buy ION Media for $2.65 billion, according to people familiar with the matter, in a move to significantly expand the TV station owner's reach that gained the backing of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 24, 2020

TikTok Owner Puts Deal With Oracle, Walmart in Beijing's Hands
ByteDance is seeking approval from Beijing for the White House-endorsed plan under new export restrictions, as Chinese state media continue criticism.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

California to Ban Sales of New Gas-Powered Cars Starting in 2035
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an order that aims to end the sale of new gasoline and diesel-powered passenger cars in the state by 2035.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Procter & Gamble Calls for Change to Annual TV Ad-Buying Process
Procter & Gamble's top marketing executive is asking for a later upfront marketplace, as well as more flexibility when buying ads closer to the time that they air.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Fed Officials Step Up Calls for More Government Spending to Speed Economic Recovery
Fed officials say additional fiscal stimulus is needed to avoid an uneven and protracted recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

TikTok Asks Judge to Halt Trump's Download Ban
The video-sharing platform asked a federal judge to stop the U.S. from imposing a ban on the app over national-security concerns, with TikTok lawyers citing constitutional provisions for free speech and due process

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

WeWork Sells Majority Stake in China Business, Cutting Costs
The real-estate operator is selling control of its business in China, the latest sign it is abandoning its former rapid-growth approach and looking to reduce risk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Harvard Business School Pledges to Tackle Race Issues
Harvard Business School said it would boost future enrollment of Black students, hire a chief diversity officer and give race and diversity issues a more prominent place in its case-study method of teaching.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Evans Says He Supports Fed's Low-Rate Guidance
Chicago Fed leader Charles Evans pushed back against any idea that he wants to raise rates before overshooting the U.S. central bank's 2% inflation goal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Disney Bumps 'Black Widow' to 2021 in Schedule Reshuffle
Disney said it would change the release dates for 10 upcoming films, postponing the Marvel spinoff ‘Black Widow' until May and delaying Steven Spielberg's remake of ‘West Side Story' by one year to December 2021.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Fed Officials Maintain Calls for More Government Spending to Support Economic Recovery
Federal Reserve officials said the economy was likely to need additional government spending to avoid an uneven and protracted recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

A Texas Tycoon Throws Millions at the Covid Testing Puzzle
Tech billionaire Graham Weston says he can screen thousands of schoolchildren for a fraction of the normal cost. But he faces plenty of resistance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

A Texas Tycoon Throws Millions at the Covid-19 Testing Puzzle
Tech billionaire Graham Weston says he can screen thousands of schoolchildren for a fraction of the normal cost. But he faces plenty of resistance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Volkswagen Takes Aim at Tesla With Electric ID.4 SUV
Volkswagen on Wednesday took the wraps off its ID.4 all-electric sport utility vehicle in a bid by the world's largest car maker to challenge Tesla and re-energize a problem-ridden electric vehicle strategy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Volkswagen Takes Aim at Tesla With Electric SUV
Volkswagen took the wraps off its ID.4 all-electric sport-utility vehicle in a bid by the world's largest car maker to challenge Tesla and re-energize a problem-ridden electric-vehicle strategy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Woodward's Trump Book Sells 600,000 Copies in First Week
‘Rage,' in which journalist Bob Woodward revealed the president understood the dangers of Covid-19 while minimizing them publicly, sold fewer than two other recent high-profile titles about the Trump administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

SEC Raises Bar For Shareholder Resolutions
Critics say the move would chill corporate democracy by changing the rules for submitting resolutions for a vote at company shareholder meetings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

U.S. Economy Continues Steady Recovery in September, Surveys Show
The U.S. economy in September continued its steady recovery from the sharp declines in the second quarter as demand and output strengthened, according to business surveys. But the pace faltered in Europe and Asia, where new infections have led to new restrictions on activity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Fed Officials Emphasize Need for Additional Relief to Ensure Robust Recovery
Senior Federal Reserve officials said the economy was likely to need additional government spending to avoid an uneven and protracted recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Pilgrim's Pride CEO Jayson Penn Leaves Company
Pilgrim's Pride said its president and chief executive, who was put on leave after being indicted in June, has exited the company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Nikola's Talks With Energy Firms Stalled Following Short-Seller Report
The electric-truck maker has held talks with BP and other energy firms in hopes of striking a deal on hydrogen-refueling stations. Short seller Hindenburg Research alleged in a report that Nikola has misled investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Cleveland Fed Leader Says U.S. Economy Recovering but Still in Deep Hole
Loretta Mester said parts of the U.S. economy have recovered more quickly than others, while other sectors remain depressed. "It's not a sustainable recovery, it's still fragile."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

DOJ to Seek Curbs on Immunity for Internet Companies
The Justice Department will submit a proposal to Congress to curb longstanding legal protections for internet companies like Facebook, Alphabet's Google and Twitter, a senior department official said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

General Mills Aims to Protect Coronavirus Sales Boost
Grocery sales are moderating, prompting food makers to make marketing and operational changes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

How Companies Can Create an Ethics Program for a New Era
It used to be that companies just had to make sure they didn't break the law to be considered ethical. Now, it's so much more than that.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Coronavirus Poses an Array of New Legal Risks for Companies
Remote work, new suppliers, complex government regulations and travel restrictions all create potential legal perils during the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

One Senator's Strategy for Containing Chinese Tech Dominance
Democrat Mark Warner, a former telecom executive, sees China's erosion of the U.S.'s technological advantage as an existential threat to American values at home and abroad.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

General Mills Reports Stronger Sales, But Growth Moderates
The food maker reported higher sales for its latest quarter, but growth was slower than in the spring, when consumers first quarantined at home amid efforts to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

United Wholesale Mortgage Goes Public in Biggest SPAC Deal Ever
The biggest wholesale mortgage originator in the U.S. is merging with a special-purpose acquisition company in a deal that will take the lender public at a valuation north of $16 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

DOJ to Seek Congressional Curbs on Immunity for Internet Companies
The Justice Department will submit a proposal to Congress to curb longstanding legal protections for internet companies like Facebook, Alphabet's Google and Twitter, a senior department official said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Sep 23, 2020

Johnson & Johnson Begins Final-Stage Testing of Covid-19 Vaccine
J&J said it could learn pivotal results from its coronavirus vaccine trial by early next year, which if positive could lead to government authorization of the shot for emergency use soon afterward.

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