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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 23, 2020

Tech Companies Volunteer to Beef Up Presidential Campaigns' Cybersecurity
Nearly a dozen technology companies will provide free or reduced-cost cybersecurity services to presidential campaigns, seen by experts as ripe targets for intrusion and disinformation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

PG&E Strikes Deal With Bondholders as Governor Blasts Bankruptcy Strategy
PG&E said it has reached a new deal with bondholders that threatened opposition to its strategy for getting out of bankruptcy, but friction continues with California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who has threatened a state takeover of the troubled utility.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Duff & Phelps Reunites With Former Owners Through $4.2 Billion Deal
Stone Point Capital and Further Global Capital Management's agreement to acquire Duff & Phelps for $4.2 billion promises to reconnect the valuation and advisory firm with two former backers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

FCC Asks Record Labels to Document Anti-Payola Policies
The three major music companies are asked for details on their anti-payola policies after accusations of violations in the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Former Grammy Chief Denies Rape Allegation Aired by Successor
The former CEO of the Recording Academy, which runs the Grammy Awards, denied a rape allegation that was mentioned in a discrimination complaint filed by his successor.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Boeing CEO Aims to Restore MAX Trust
David Calhoun expressed confidence the 737 MAX would eventually fly passengers again despite repeated delays in winning regulatory approval for the troubled jet.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

CEO of Hallmark Channel Parent Is Leaving
Bill Abbott's exit comes weeks after the channel found itself in a firestorm of controversy when it pulled commercials featuring a same-sex marriage, only to reverse its decision days later.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

CEO of Hallmark Channel Parent Quits After Ad Furor
Bill Abbott's exit comes weeks after the channel found itself in a firestorm of controversy when it pulled commercials featuring a same-sex marriage, only to reverse its decision days later.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Europe Girds for Trade Battle
European politicians said they are prepared to defend themselves and would retaliate against any American tariffs, after President Trump set his sights on the Continent as the next front in his global fight over trade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Regulator to Move on Low-Income Lending Overhaul Without Fed
The Comptroller of the Currency said he plans to push ahead with a proposal to overhaul rules governing billions of dollars of lending in low-income neighborhoods despite objections from the Fed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Germany's Luxury Car Makers Lose their Shine
After decades of churning out huge profits and setting the standard for premium cars, Germany's top luxury auto makers are on the retreat, hurt by increased competition, allegations of foul play and tech-heavy upstarts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Maker of Hit Podcast 'Serial' Explores Sale
The company behind the hit true-crime podcast "Serial" is exploring a sale, according to a person familiar with the matter, putting one of digital audio's biggest brands on the market as the medium becomes increasingly popular.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

U.S. Seeks to Reset Clock on China Engagement
A week after the U.S. and China reached a truce in their trade war, the two countries took to the world stage this week to blame each other for starting it. The split-screen moment starkly illustrated opposing interpretations of China's journey since joining the World Trade Organization in 2001.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

U.S. Union Membership Hits Another Low
The share of American workers in labor unions fell to a fresh record low last year, despite an uptick in the ranks of unionized state-government employees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Trump Ends Davos Trip Talking Trade, WTO and Impeachment
President Trump said he hoped to clinch a trade agreement with Europe before the 2020 U.S. presidential election, promised overhauls of the World Trade Organization and signaled concern over calling witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

FAA Lowered Bar for Southwest Approvals, Whistleblower Alleges
U.S. air-safety regulators likely acted improperly in the way they authorized Southwest Airlines to begin flights between California and Hawaii, according to the government agency that handles federal whistleblower complaints.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Tesla Tops Volkswagen to Become Second-Most-Valuable Auto Maker
Elon Musk has navigated Tesla into new and potentially lucrative territory, taking the electric-car maker's market value above $100 billion and, in the process, overtaking Volkswagen as the world's No. 2 most valuable auto maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Tesla Tops Volkswagen to Become Second-MostValuable Auto Maker
Elon Musk has navigated Tesla into new and potentially lucrative territory, taking the electric-car maker's market value above $100 billion and, in the process, overtaking Volkswagen as the world's No. 2 most valuable auto maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Wrapped Up 2019 on Solid Note
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose in December, a sign historically low unemployment and low mortgage rates are propelling the U.S. housing market as it enters a new year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Target CIO Helped Retailer Find Its Tech Groove
A focus on speedy software development and in-house IT staff has fueled the company's tech turnaround since Michael McNamara became chief information officer in 2015.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Trump Ends Davos Trip by Talking Up Trade Deal---and Addresses Impeachment
President Trump said he hoped to clinch a trade agreement with Europe before the 2020 U.S. presidential election, promised overhauls of the World Trade Organization and signaled concern over calling witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Express to Close 100 Stores by 2022
The fashion retailer's announcement sent its shares higher.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Johnson & Johnson's Profit, Sales Rise
The health-products company reported net income of $4.01 billion for the latest quarter, roughly in line with estimates, with sales in its pharmaceuticals division rising 3.5%.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

New Diesel Charge Hits Daimler Profit
Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler reported a near 50% drop in earnings last year and warned that it would take up to $1.7 billion in additional charges, further impairing profits, in the wake of investigations into allegations that it cheated on diesel emissions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

The Dark Business of Coronavirus
As a newly identified virus from China spread on Tuesday, a mobile game called Plague Inc. became the top paid app in the country's version of Apple's App Store.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Johns Hopkins University Reimagines the M.B.A.
Starting in the fall of 2020, the university's traditional two-year master's of business administration degree will take a hard turn towards health and science, with a particularly heavy focus on quant skills, from coding proficiency to data analysis

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

CBS Bets Big on 'Star Trek: Picard' to Boost Streaming
As the overseer of the "Star Trek" properties, Alex Kurtzman is charged with updating the space drama for a new generation without alienating its hard-core fans. But there's much more at stake as ViacomCBS counts on the franchise to bolster its streaming service.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

GM's Cruise Reveals New Robot Taxi: Toaster-Shaped, No Steering Wheel
General Motors' autonomous car unit, Cruise, revealed a toaster-shaped robot taxi that it says will be cheaper than taking a human-driven ride-hailing service or driving a car.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 22, 2020

Bezos' Phone Was Likely Hacked by Chat Account Linked to Saudi Prince, Audit Finds
Cybersecurity experts hired by the Amazon founder have alleged that his phone was probably hacked in 2018 by a WhatsApp account associated with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Xerox to Nominate as Many as 11 Directors to HP Board
Xerox is preparing to nominate as many as 11 directors to HP's board in an aggressive move to push a $33 billion unsolicited takeover bid for the maker of computers and printers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Recording Academy CEO Files Discrimination Complaint Ahead of Grammy Awards
The chief executive of the Recording Academy, who has been on leave involuntarily since last week, filed a discrimination complaint alleging that the group's general counsel sexually harassed her and that its board of directors improperly influences nominations for the Grammy Awards.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Netflix Subscriber Growth Falls Short in U.S., but Leaps Abroad
The streaming giant missed its forecast for U.S. subscriber growth for the third straight quarter, but it added 8.3 million subscribers abroad to blow through its expectations for overseas expansion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Boeing Delays Expected MAX Return
Boeing pushed back its timetable for regulators to clear the return of the troubled 737 MAX for commercial service, saying it doesn't expect approval until at least the middle of the year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Intel Names New Chairman
Intel has named Omar Ishrak as its new independent chairman effective immediately, replacing Andy Bryant who stepped down from his role at a board meeting earlier this month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

United Airlines Reports Stronger Profit, Revenue
United Airlines reported higher profit in the latest quarter on stronger revenue and lower fuel costs, despite challenges from the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Trade Tensions With Europe Flare as Trump Flexes Economic Muscle
U.S. threats to place tariffs on some of its closest allies—just days after reaching an initial trade deal with China—show that economic pressure is still President Trump's preferred weapon in international disputes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Netflix Falls Short of Its Domestic Subscriber Forecast
The streaming giant missed its forecast for subscriber growth in the U.S., a performance that comes as the company faces heightened competition from a gaggle of rivals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

President Trump Lauds U.S. Economy as He Opens World Economic Forum
President Trump touted what he described as a "blue-collar boom" transforming the U.S. economy and hailed his trade agreement with China in a speech to global business and government leaders, hours before his impeachment trial was set to begin.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

IBM Earnings Hint at Signs of Turnaround
IBM reported a slight increase in quarterly revenue, ending a streak of falling sales and providing a first indication CEO Ginni Rometty's roughly $33 billion acquisition of open-source software giant Red Hat may help turn around Big Blue's fortunes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Boeing Pushes Back Expected MAX Return
Boeing pushed back its timetable for regulators to clear the return of the troubled 737 MAX for commercial service, saying it doesn't expect approval until at least the middle of the year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Vale Ex-CEO, Others Charged With Homicide for Brazil Dam Collapse
Brazilian state prosecutors charged Vale's former CEO Fabio Schvartsman and 10 others from the mining company with homicide in an effort to hold it to account for last year's dam collapse that killed 270 people.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Report Puts $1 Trillion Price Tag on Cutting Ship Carbon Emissions
The shipping and energy sectors will need to spend at least $1 trillion to meet a target of substantially cutting carbon dioxide emissions from ships by 2050, according to a new study.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Mitsubishi Offices in Germany Raided in Diesel-Emissions Fraud Probe
German authorities raided several facilities connected to the German subsidiary of Mitsubishi as part of a probe into allegations that the Japanese auto maker installed illegal emissions-management software on some diesel-powered vehicles sold in Germany.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Carole Ghosn Steps Up in Husband's Fight
Allegiance to former auto executive Carlos Ghosn, who fled Tokyo before trial on fraud charges, is now drawing his wife into the sights of Japanese authorities. "I was determined," Mrs. Ghosn said in interview with The Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Carole Ghosn, in Defending Her Husband, Takes On Japan's Legal System
Allegiance to former auto executive Carlos Ghosn, who fled Tokyo before trial on fraud charges, is now drawing his wife into the sights of Japanese authorities. ‘I was determined,' Mrs. Ghosn said in interview with The Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Engineering Firm McDermott to File for Bankruptcy
McDermott International said that it will file for chapter 11 protection Tuesday, after succumbing to depressed conditions in the offshore drilling industry and setbacks in major energy projects.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Tesla's Post-China Challenge: Bats and Bombs in Germany
Electric-car maker Tesla pulled off opening a car factory in China with breakneck speed, sending the company's shares to record heights. Speed bumps await the planned construction of a plant in Germany.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

CEOs Show Optimism at Davos, Despite Gloomy Data
Executives converged at the World Economic Forum hopeful that easing trade tensions around the world could give the economy a boost, despite some early dismal forecasts for global growth and business sentiment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Brazil Prosecutors File Charges Against Vale for Deadly Dam Collapse
Brazil prosecutors have charged individuals at Vale and its German auditor with crimes in a 2019 dam collapse that killed 270 people, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Starbucks Pledges to Slash Water Use and Waste
Coffee giant aims to serve more coffee in reusable cups, curb food and packaging waste, and build stores that make more efficient use of energy and water.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

McDermott International Reaches Agreement With Lenders
McDermott International said it has reached an agreement with more than two-thirds of its lenders in a restructuring transaction that would eliminate more than $4.6 billion in debt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Goodwill Sparks Deep Division, at Least on Balance Sheets
A battle is brewing over the accounting concept of goodwill—or how to treat more than $5.5 trillion in assets on company books.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

BP Names New Finance Chief Ahead of CEO's Retirement
Brian Gilvary will retire at the end of June and be succeeded by Murray Auchincloss, expanding changes to the company's leadership ahead of Chief Executive Bob Dudley's planned retirement.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Tyson Scion to Lead Sustainability Push
John R. Tyson, a member of Tyson's founding family, is calling on the meat industry to address issues like resource conservation and food waste.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

When Social Media Is Too Much, Some Teens Tune Out
While high-schoolers generally agree that social media is key to keeping up with their friends, many also admit that they need a break from the drama. In the latest stop in our nationwide tour, teens explain how they cope with burnout.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Tesla Stages Encore to China in Germany
Electric-car maker Tesla pulled off opening a car factory in China with breakneck speed, sending the company's shares to record heights. Speed bumps await the planned construction of a plant in Germany.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

IBM Sales Expected to Dip Despite Red Hat Purchase
Technology giant IBM may be heading for its sixth successive quarter of year-over-year revenue decline—although it has been trying to reverse that slide, in part through the $33 billion purchase of Red Hat.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

IBM Sales Expected to Dip Despite Red Hat Purchase: What to Watch
Technology giant IBM may be heading for its sixth successive quarter of year-over-year revenue decline—although it has been trying to reverse that slide, in part through the $33 billion purchase of Red Hat.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 21, 2020

Uber Is Testing a Feature That Lets Some Drivers Set Fares
In an effort to give drivers more autonomy in response to California's new gig-economy law, Uber is letting drivers at airports in Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and Sacramento charge up to five times the fare Uber sets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

The Last Straw? China Tries to Trash Single-Use Plastic
China is cracking down on the plastic waste that stems from food-delivery containers as well as packaging for e-commerce. Waste from parcels was responsible for 93% of 2018's growth in trash in China's largest cities, one study found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Uber Sells Indian Food-Delivery Unit toRivalZomato
Uber agreed to sell its Indian food-delivery unit to a local rival, shedding a struggling business in a move that could steer the ride-hailing company toward profitability.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Embraer Ties New Turboprop Aircraft to Boeing Deal
Embraer will have to scrap plans to build the first all-new turboprop aircraft in 30 years if its proposed joint venture with Boeing fails to secure regulatory approval.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Huawei Executive's Extradition Hearing in Canada Begins
Lawyers for Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou argued in a Canadian court against her extradition to the U.S., saying the sanctions against Iran that she is accused of violating aren't enforced in Canada.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

'Dolittle' Stumbles as 'Bad Boys' Scores Big at Box Office
Universal Pictures' "Dolittle" fell flat at the box office, while Sony's third "Bad Boys" film grossed $73.4 million in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through Monday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Davos's Creator Still Believes the Conference Can Bridge Divides
Klaus Schwab brings his vision of the stakeholder concept to the 50th meeting of what's now the World Economic Forum.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

The Great U.S.-China Tech Divide
The two countries are headed toward a world where they will have mutually exclusive systems for all important forms of technology.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

BAE Systems to Buy Military GPS Business From United Technologies for $1.93 Billion
BAE Systems is doubling down on the U.S. defense market, agreeing to buy a business that tracks everything from jet fighters to tanks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

The Investor Clash Behind Tesla's Surge Toward $100 Billion in Market Value
The rise in Tesla's stock has turbocharged a long-running war over the proper value of the shares. This has split investors large and small into warring camps—both sides digging in with fervor.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Moody's Downgrades Protest-Torn Hong Kong, Citing Weak Government
Moody's downgraded Hong Kong's credit rating, blaming the government's failure to deal with seven months of social unrest that has driven the economy into recession.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

How International Auditing Rules Are Shaping Standards in the U.S.
International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board Chairman Tom Seidenstein spoke with CFO Journal about emerging audit issues and coordinating with other standard setters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

IMF Predicts Global Economy Will Rebound in 2020
The IMF expects global gross domestic product will expand by 3.3% in 2020, up from 2.9% in 2019.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Sears Woes Hit Hometown Stores
Since Eddie Lampert acquired the chain, store owners have struggled to get products and compete with lower prices from sears.com, causing some to consider leaving their contracts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Slower Growth Has Latin America Bracing for More Instability
A commodity boom has been followed by a regional economic downturn, corruption scandals and a wave of protests.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

China Tries to Stem the Flow of Its Plastic Waste
China is cracking down on the plastic waste that stems from food-delivery containers as well as packaging for e-commerce. Waste from parcels was responsible for 93% of 2018's growth in trash in China's largest cities, one study found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Foreign Investment Falls to Near-Decade Low as Globalization Slows
New overseas investment by businesses around the world fell for the fourth-straight year in 2019 to its lowest level in almost a decade, pointing to a slowdown in globalization as the world-wide economy cooled.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Google Pushes 'Sensible' Ideas for How to Regulate AI
Silicon Valley executives and lobbyists like to say they embrace regulation. Now they're launching a frenzy of lobbying on what they want that regulation to be—and Europe is set to be one of the first battlegrounds.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Americans Show Scant Interest in Electric Vehicles, Subaru CEO Says
The CEO of Subaru expressed frustration over trying to navigate between environmental regulations that seek to expand use of electric vehicles and the lack of real consumer demand for them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 20, 2020

Hospitals Give Tech Giants Access to Detailed Medical Records
It isn't only Google that can tap into patients' digital health records: Microsoft and IBM also have signed agreements with major hospital systems giving them the ability to access patients' identifiable data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

For Tech Companies, Election-Year Politics May Limit New Regulation
The industry can expect plenty of criticism, but the two parties don't share all the same grievances or agree on what kind of regulatory role the government should play.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

The Dog That Didn't Bark: What Soybean Prices Say About Trade Deal
Sherlock Holmes once solved a case by observing that a dog didn't bark when it should have. Likewise, the silence of commodities markets may speak volumes about the new U.S.-China trade deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

China's Xi Faces New Limits, at Home and Abroad
A slowing economy portends trouble domestically, while his vision of globalization has failed to win support internationally.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

Capitalism Draws Fire, Despite Strong Global Economy
Worries about income inequality, jobs disappearing due to automation and environmental sustainability are all feeding widescale distrust in capitalism as the world knows it, according to a new study released Sunday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

Economy Week Ahead: ECB, BOJ Meetings; U.S. Existing Home Sales
A holiday-shortened week in the U.S. lightens the flow of economic data as financial markets look to consolidate a rally that has sent stocks to record levels.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

Scottish Town Lands on Front Line of U.S. Trade Dispute
As Europe skirmishes with the U.S. on trade, a Scottish town of about 1,000 people—a source of single malt whisky, cashmere and cookies—is getting caught in the crossfire.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

U.S. Companies Fuel Europe's Green-Energy Push
American companies are underwriting the European Union's ambitious climate goals, fueling the bloc's green-energy transition to renewable energy with power deals that cut emissions and costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 19, 2020

Trump Talks Up Trade Deals, but Uncertainty Over China Lingers
President Trump is seizing on the trade deal with China as proof he is delivering on campaign promises, but whether that message resonates with voters could hinge on how the agreement plays out in the coming months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Stakeholder Capitalism's New Tenant: Airbnb
Airbnb's plan to tie compensation to goals broader than profit is equivalent to telling companies' owners they aren't as important as they think. It remains to be seen whether Wall Street agrees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Airbnb Asks Shareholders to Share With Other Stakeholders
Airbnb's plan to tie compensation to goals broader than profit is equivalent to telling companies' owners they aren't as important as they think. It remains to be seen whether Wall Street agrees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Cash, Plastic or Hand? Amazon Envisions Paying With a Wave
The tech giant is creating checkout terminals that could be placed in stores and allow shoppers to link their card information to their hands.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Behind Ghosn's Escape, an Ex-Green Beret With a Beef About His Own Time in Jail
Michael Taylor is ‘a black-ops type' who has rescued children and worked as a contractor in Iraq. He's also kept company with some shady characters and had run-ins with the law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

The Vanishing Executive Assistant
The erosion of jobs that gave women without college degrees a career path happened in dribs and drabs but is as dramatic as the manufacturing decline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

David Glass, Who Led Rapid Growth as Walmart CEO, Dies at 84
David Glass succeeded Sam Walton as CEO of Walmart in 1988 and held the post for 12 years, overseeing rapid growth and a successful push into groceries. For an encore, Mr. Glass bought the Kansas City Royals. He died Jan. 9 at age 84.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

CDC Removes Advice to Refrain From Vaping
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has moved away from a broad recommendation that people consider refraining from vaping altogether during the investigation into the outbreak of lung illnesses linked to the practice.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Boeing Encounters New MAX Woes
The plane maker has found a software problem that prevents the 737 MAX's computers from powering up prior to flight, a discovery that could complicate the aircraft's return to service.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Spotify in Early Talks to Buy Sports and Pop-Culture Outlet the Ringer
Spotify Technology is in talks to buy sports and pop-culture outlet the Ringer, a deal that would bring the audiostreaming giant into broader digital media and add a network of content including "The Bill Simmons Podcast."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Spotify in Talks to Buy the Ringer
Spotify is in early talks to buy sports and pop-culture outlet the Ringer, a deal that would bring the audiostreaming giant into broader digital media and add a network of content including "The Bill Simmons Podcast."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Judge Slashes Damages in J&J Risperdal Case to $6.8 Million from $8 Billion
A judge reduced the amount of punitive damages Johnson & Johnson must pay in a lawsuit over its antipsychotic Risperdal to $6.8 million from the $8 billion awarded by a jury in October.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Boeing Encounters New MAX Problem
The plane maker has found a software problem that prevents the 737 MAX's computers from powering up prior to flight, a discovery that could complicate the aircraft's return to service.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Best Buy Opens Probe Into CEO's Personal Conduct
The board of Best Buy is investigating allegations that Chief Executive Corie Barry had an inappropriate romantic relationship with a fellow executive, who has since left the electronics retailer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

CDC Removes Advice to Refrain From E-Cigarettes
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention removed language from its website recommending people consider refraining from vaping altogether during an investigation into lung illnesses linked to the practice.

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