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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2019

Target Stores Suffer Nationwide Outage
Shoppers at Target were unable to make purchases Saturday at stores across the country, prompting long lines and complaints.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2019

Car Companies Train Focus on Distracted Driving
Combating distracted driving has long been a frustrating challenge for car companies, regulators and law enforcement. New technologies, including eye-tracking cameras and steering sensors, aim to help solve that problem.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2019

In Menacing Seas, the Navy Relies on 'Battle Rhythm'
Don't sneer at an obsession with routines: Business leaders may want to take note of the tactical theory many U.S. Naval commanders swear by.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 15, 2019

The Man Behind 'Fortnite'
At age 20, Tim Sweeney founded Epic Games in his parents' basement. His company now owns one of the most popular videogames on Earth. But he doesn't want the credit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Workers at Volkswagen Plant in Tennessee Vote Against Union
The United Auto Workers suffered another crushing defeat at Volkswagen's factory in Chattanooga, Tenn., as workers again rebuffed the union's efforts to organize the plant's blue-collar workforce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Drugmakers Sue to Block Federal Rule Requiring Drug Prices in TV Ads
Three pharmaceutical companies sued the federal government to prevent a proposal requiring drug manufacturers include the list price of prescription drugs in television ads.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Dish Leads Bidding to Buy Assets From Sprint, T-Mobile
Dish Network is leading the race to scoop up assets that the Justice Department forces Sprint and T-Mobile to divest of to save their $26 billion deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

In Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Talks, Power Shifts to a Familiar Agitator
Dish Network is leading the race to scoop up assets that the Justice Department forces Sprint and T-Mobile to divest of to save their $26 billion deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Investors Find Blue Apron Split Hard to Digest
A reverse stock split may not be the right recipe for beleaguered meal-kit company Blue Apron Holdings. Its shares dropped more than 10% cents a day after its board approved a 1-for-15 split.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Bumble Owner, Facing Off With Tinder, Boosts Spending
The owner of dating app Bumble said it plans to spend $100 million creating new dating apps, part of a revamp of the privately held holding company that also owns a dating app for over 50s and a gay-dating app.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

U.S. Consumers Boost Spending Despite Trade Tensions
American shoppers ramped up their spending in May, providing critical fuel for the U.S. economy's continued expansion despite trade tensions and slowing global growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

New Gene Therapy Priced at $1.8 Million in Europe
The maker of a gene therapy for a rare blood disorder said it would sell the new treatment for €1.6 million ($1.8 million) in Europe, a sticker price that indicates the heights to which costs of emerging high-tech drugs are climbing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

VA Bans Injectable Wound-Care Products From MiMedx and Other Companies for Many Uses
The Department of Veterans Affairs has advised its facilities not to use injectable amniotic tissue products for the most common uses because the effectiveness of the products, including those made by MiMedx, isn't proven.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Union Vote at Volkswagen Plant in Tennessee Could Change Industry
Employees are wrapping up a vote at Volkswagen's factory in Tennessee that will determine whether the United Auto Workers Union will be successful in organizing its first foreign-owned car plant in the U.S. South.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Chewy Shares Surge in Market Debut
Shares of Chewy opened above its initial-public-offering price as the online pet-products retailer made its trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Gulf of Oman Attacks Force Shipping Firms to Tighten Security
Governments and tanker companies are stepping up efforts to protect shipping lanes after tankers were attacked near the Strait of Hormuz, through which more than a third of the world's seaborne oil is shipped.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

U.S. Industrial Production Rebounded in May
U.S. industrial production rose in May, a sign of strength in the sector after a spate of weak readings this year. Capacity utilization, which reflects how much industries are producing compared with what they could potentially produce, also increased.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Volkswagen's Truck Unit IPO Signals Broader Restructuring
Volkswagen has valued its heavy-truck business at about $18.6 billion in an initial stock offering set for later this month, the first step in Chief Executive Herbert Diess's plans to overhaul the sprawling automotive group.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Tech Players Confront Long List of Challenges in U.S.-China Trade Fight
The feud is challenging the technology industry in areas including financial deals, hardware supply and talent recruitment, though some players are finding bright spots, executives said at The Wall Street Journal's WSJ Tech D.Live conference.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

U.S. Retail Sales Increased in May
American shoppers ramped up their spending in May, a boost to the economy this spring. Retail sales increased 0.5% last month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Emerging Markets Cut Rates Amid Expectations of Looser Fed Policy
Central banks in emerging markets around the world are cutting interest rates, with Russia the latest example, as expectations of easier money in the U.S. gives developing markets the room to stimulate their economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Bayer to Invest Billions in Weedkillers in Wake of Roundup Controversy
Bayer plans to invest $5.64 billion on developing new ways to combat weeds over the next decade, as the German chemicals giant seeks to win back trust in its business in the wake of thousands of lawsuits alleging its Roundup herbicide causes cancer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Snap Hunts for Global Growth---but It Isn't Obsessing Over User Numbers
Snap's future looks more global than the company's current dominance among U.S. teens and early 20-somethings, a senior executive said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Republican Sen. Grassley Challenges Trump on Some Trade Policies
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley from Iowa has taken on more of an adversarial role when it comes to President Trump's trade policies. He and other lawmakers say they will press forward on legislation to rein in laws that give the president wide authority to impose trade sanctions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Republican Sen. Grassley Challenges Trump on Trade Policies
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley from Iowa has taken on more of an adversarial role when it comes to President Trump's trade policies. He and other lawmakers say they will press forward on legislation to rein in laws that give the president wide authority to impose trade sanctions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

The GOP Senator Who Challenges Trump on Trade Policies
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley from Iowa has taken on more of an adversarial role when it comes to President Trump's trade policies. He and other lawmakers say they will press forward on legislation to rein in laws that give the president wide authority to impose trade sanctions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

China's Economy Shows Fresh Signs of Weakness
Chinese economic data on industrial output and investment published Friday added to evidence of a slowdown that some economists said risks breaching the government's 6% bottom line for growth, unless there is more stimulus.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Facebook to Boost Ad Spending as It Tries to Restore Reputation
Facebook may more than double its global advertising spending as it aims to rebuild trust after a series of privacy missteps and other controversies dented the social-networking giant's reputation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Sony CEO's Choice: Stay Together or Bend to Loeb's Breakup Push
The latest push by investor Daniel Loeb to break up Sony presents a dilemma for Chief Executive Kenichiro Yoshida, who is generally sympathetic to Wall Street's thinking but wants to keep his conglomerate intact.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Huawei Postpones Launch of Mate X Foldable Phone
The Chinese technology giant is postponing the sale of the $2,600 Mate X, in part to improve the quality of the phone's folding screen.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Silicon Valley Makes a Mess in the Kitchen
Tech venture-capital funds are pouring money into innovative kitchen and bathroom brands like Brandless and Charlotte Tilbury, yielding a spotty track record as their focus on rapid growth often doesn't translate well to consumer products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Does Amazon Really Pay No Taxes?
Democratic presidential candidates have seized on reports that Amazon paid no 2018 federal taxes. A closer look at the internet giant's tax disclosures over several years paints a more intricate picture.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Oil Demand Takes a Hit From Cooling Economic Growth
A cooling global economy could mean slower oil demand growth in 2019 even while oil producers maintain plentiful supply, the International Energy Agency said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Uber's IPO Was Just a Bump in the Road, Top Executive Says
Uber staff remain focused on global expansion following last month's initial public offering, said Brooks Entwistle, the company's chief international business officer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 14, 2019

Booking Holdings CEO: Data-Privacy Compliance Pushes Costs Higher
Global companies are grappling with different data privacy rules in individual markets, said Glenn Fogel, chief executive of online travel company Booking Holdings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Third Point Calls for Breakup of Sony ---Again
Daniel Loeb's activist hedge fund is pushing for the Japanese company to spin off its semiconductor business, saying its stock is undervalued and its portfolio needs to be less complex.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Chewy IPO Prices Above High End of Range
Online pet-products retailer Chewy priced its initial public offering at $22 a share, a figure higher than its previous range.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Chewy IPO Prices Above High-End of Range
Online pet-products retailer Chewy priced its initial public offering at $22 a share, a figure higher than its previous range.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Facebook's New Cryptocurrency, Libra, Gets Big Backers
Facebook has signed up more than a dozen companies including Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Uber to back the new cryptocurrency that the social-media giant plans to unveil next week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

A Truist Story About the Perils of Combining Company Names
BB&T and SunTrust banks merged and needed a new name. They came up with Truist, prompting some head-scratching. ‘As long as it doesn't mean human sacrifice in another language, it's going to be OK.'

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

KPMG to Pay as Much as $50 Million to Settle SEC Probe
KPMG is preparing to pay as much as $50 million to settle civil claims related to the conduct of former partners who learned which of their audits would be subject to surprise regulatory examinations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Volkswagen Plans IPO for Up to 15% of Traton
Volkswagen said it will offer up to 15% of its truck unit Traton in a range of €27 ($30.5) to €33 a share, making the initial public offering worth up to €1.9 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Broadcom to Take $2 Billion Hit From Huawei Ban
Broadcom said it would make $2 billion less in annual sales than expected following the U.S. ban on exports to Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Expedia Settles Alleged Violations of U.S. Sanctions on Cuba, Treasury Says
Expedia Group agreed to pay more than $325,000 to settle allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions on Cuba, the Treasury Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Facebook's New Cryptocurrency Gets Big Backers
Facebook has signed up more than a dozen companies including Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Uber to back the new cryptocurrency that the social-media giant plans to unveil next week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Trump Could Retaliate if Xi Balks at Trade Meeting, Kudlow Says
President Trump could take further action against China if President Xi doesn't agree to a meeting at the Group of 20 summit in Japan this month, the White House's top economic adviser said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Broadcom Lowers Revenue Outlook Amid Trade Tensions
Broadcom missed revenue targets for its second quarter, citing slowing sales in its wireless business and weaker demand as a result of trade tensions between the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Vintage Capital Presses for Auction of Red Robin Burger Chain
Private-equity firm Vintage Capital Management said it is willing to pay $40 a share for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and called on the restaurant chain to launch a review of strategic alternatives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Elliott Deal Undervalues Barnes & Noble, Investor Group Says
A group of investors in Barnes & Noble is speaking out against the price that hedge fund Elliott Management agreed to pay to acquire the book retailer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Vale Mine Dams Often Lacked Stability Certificates
Vale lacked stability certificates and full engineering records for several of its mine dams in Brazil—sometimes over a period of years—and is currently investigating stability issues at a complex of dams in Canada, according to disclosures by the iron-ore giant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Trump Tariffs Are Short-Term Pain Without Long-Term Gain, Economists Say
Most economic forecasters are pessimistic the Trump administration's trade-tariff policy will reap long-term benefits for the economy, according to The Wall Street Journal's latest monthly survey.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

How Washington Learned to Love Debt and Deficits
Political support for taming federal debt has melted away, and the U.S. is testing just how much it can borrow as few see evidence of dire economic consequences today.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

How Washington Learned to Love the Deficit
Political support for taming federal debt has melted away, and the U.S. is testing just how much it can borrow as few see evidence of dire economic consequences today.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Tariffs Loom Over Car Makers
The auto industry continues to weather trade-related fallout despite a deal the U.S. and Mexico struck that shelved President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on imports.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Tariffs Loom Over Car Makers, Despite Mexico Deal
The auto industry continues to weather trade-related fallout despite a deal the U.S. and Mexico struck that shelved President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on imports.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Most Economists Say Fed's Next Move Is Rate Cut, Survey Says
More than three quarters of economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect the Federal Reserve's next move will be to lower interest rates, which most expect to happen by the fall.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

China's Trade Frontman Points, With Laser, to Bright Side of U.S. Tensions
Vice Premier Liu He said external pressure serves his nation's long-term interests, providing rare insight into how he frames the high-stakes tussle between the world's two biggest economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Boeing 737 MAX Grounding Ripples Through Supply Chain
With the grounding of the 737 MAX airliner stretching into its fourth month, some suppliers are rethinking whether to keep making parts at full steam as inventories swell and the plane's recertification timeline remains hazy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Alibaba Files Plans to List in Hong Kong
Alibaba Group Holding has filed confidential paperwork for a Hong Kong listing, according to people familiar with the matter, kicking off a process that could see the Chinese internet giant raise billions of dollars from a large stock sale in the coming months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose Last Week
The number of Americans applying for first-time unemployment benefits rose slightly last week but remained near historically low levels, a sign of a firm labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Tyson's New Nuggets Swap in Peas for Chicken
The top U.S. meatpacker is joining the meatless frenzy with a plant-protein alternative to poultry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Tyson's New Nuggets Swap in Peas for Chicken, as Meatless Frenzy Grows
The top U.S. meatpacker plans to make its first foray into the fast-growing meat-replacement business with a plant-protein alternative to poultry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Private Equity-Backed Jack's Family Restaurants Explores a Sale
Regional fast-food chain Jack's Family Restaurants is weighing a sale, people familiar with the matter said. It could garner a valuation of about $800 million or more, some of the people said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Huawei's Booming Smartphone Business Dealt Blow by U.S. Ban
The recent U.S. move to blacklist Huawei Technologies threatens to cut off its access to crucial phone components and software for devices used by millions of people world-wide.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

A Buyout Won't Solve Saks Owner's Real Issue: Department Stores Are Dying
Taking Hudson's Bay Co. private doesn't change the fact that department stores like its Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor have been losing share for years to discount chains, e-commerce companies and other upstarts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Buyout Won't Solve Saks Owner's Big Issue: Department Stores Are Dying
Taking Hudson's Bay Co. private doesn't change the fact that department stores like its Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor have been losing share for years to discount chains, e-commerce companies and other upstarts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Employers Help Workers Set Up Emergency Savings Accounts
Levi Strauss, SunTrust and Kroger are among firms encouraging workers to set aside funds as financial stress hurts productivity and diverts retirement funds. Some employers are offering cash and other incentives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 13, 2019

Engine Behind 'Fortnite' Is Harnessed to Power Business Tech
Companies are harnessing the software behind hit videogame "Fortnite" to do everything from designing cars to discovering drugs, tapping into its realistic imaging and its ability to manipulate 3-D designs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Walmart to Fold Jet.com Staff Into Operations
Walmart is absorbing what remains of Jet.com staff into the rest of its operations, winding down the startup it bought for $3.3 billion three years ago while continuing to run the Jet.com website.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Lululemon Reports Higher Sales, Raises Full-Year Outlook
Lululemon Athletica raised its outlook for the current fiscal year after the athletic-apparel company said growth from online purchases and sales of its core leggings and joggers boosted results in the latest period.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

RH Raises Outlook, Plays Down Impact From Higher China Tariffs
Luxury home-furnishing retailer RH raised its forecast for sales and profit this year, a move that cheered investors worried about the impact of higher tariffs on China could have on the company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Uber, Lyft Drivers Face Stiffer Regulations in New York City
New York City intends to renew its cap on new for-hire vehicle licenses, part of a push to tighten its rein on Uber and Lyft, and help protect the city's troubled taxi industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Renault Chairman Defends Attempt to Merge With Fiat Chrysler
Renault Chairman Dominique Senard defended his attempt to merge the company with Fiat Chrysler, saying it would have built a European car maker with the scale to compete with the growing power of Chinese auto makers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

U.S. Budget Deficit Grew 39% in First Eight Months of Fiscal Year
Government tax revenue continued to rise in May thanks to a sturdy labor market, but not enough to offset higher federal outlays, the Treasury Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

'Fortnite' Maker Epic Games Scoops Up Houseparty App
The maker of ‘Fortnite' has acquired the video-chat app Houseparty, uniting two tech properties that seize on teenagers' affinity for socializing in intimate groups online.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Cybersecurity Firm CrowdStrike Soars in Wall Street Debut
The cybersecurity specialist's shares leapt more than 80% above their IPO price in their Wall Street debut, valuing the company above $12 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Huawei Presses Verizon to Pay for Patents
Huawei Technologies has told Verizon Communications that the carrier should pay licensing fees for more than 200 of its patents, further escalating tensions between the Chinese company and the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Fix Mortgage Finance, or We'll Do It For You, Regulator Tells Congress
Mark Calabria, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, plans to submit proposals to Congress as early as this week to return Fannie and Freddie from government control to the private market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Facebook Emails Suggest Zuckerberg Knew of Problematic Privacy Practices
Facebook uncovered emails that appear to show CEO Mark Zuckerberg's connection to potentially problematic privacy practices at the company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Imports at Southern California Ports Fell Sharply Last Month
The volume of inbound loaded containers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the neighboring ports that comprise the largest U.S. gateway for seaborne trade, fell 6.3% last month from a year ago.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Ford to Repair Suspension Problem on 2011-2017 Explorers
Ford Motor Co. said it was issuing a notice to correct a suspension problem in certain model-year 2011 through 2017 Explorer vehicles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

The Fed Needs to Be the Adult in the Economy
Alongside full employment and stable prices, the Federal Reserve has another, lesser known mandate: to be the adult in the economy, writes Greg Ip. That's especially true at times like now when events are whipsawed by unpredictable actors at home and abroad.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

U.S. Consumer Prices Edged Higher in May
U.S. consumer prices inched up in May, held down by a decline in energy prices. Gasoline prices post a decline, after three months of strong increases.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

The Woman Leading PBS Through TV's Time of Turmoil
When Paula Kerger took over as chief executive of PBS in 2006, "Downton Abbey" hadn't yet made its debut and Charlie Rose and Tavis Smiley were mainstays. Thirteen years later, Ms. Kerger isn't just the longest-serving chief in PBS history; she is one of the longest-surviving leaders in television.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Regulator to Press Congress to Act on Mortgage-Finance Revamp
Mark Calabria, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, plans to submit proposals to Congress as early as this week to return Fannie and Freddie from government control to the private market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

KKR Swoops for Axel Springer Stake
Axel Springer reached an agreement with KKR for the private-equity firm to buy out its minority shareholders in a deal valuing the German media company at $7.7 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

As China Auto Sales Slow, Industry Braces for New Regulations
China's auto sales declined for an 11th straight month in May as a prolonged downturn in the country's automotive sector showed no sign of easing and the industry braced for losses stemming from new emissions standards.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Lego Struggles to Find a Plant-Based Plastic That Clicks
Lego has spent the past seven years trying to make its blocks with plastic derived from plants, but finding the material to hit its target is proving difficult.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Google Axes Lobbyists Amid Growing Government Scrutiny
Google has fired several of its largest lobbying firms as part of a major overhaul of its global government affairs and policy operations amid the prospect of greater government scrutiny.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

If Your Future Flights to Europe Feel More Cramped, Here's Why
The new Airbus A321LR could fundamentally change trips across the Atlantic. They could cost less, but at the expense of valuable seat space.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Durex Owner Names Pepsi Executive as CEO
Reckitt Benckiser has tapped one of Pepsi's most senior people to be its new chief executive, as the owner of Durex condoms and Dettol cleaning products looks to revive growth after a challenging few years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Nintendo Moves Some Switch Production Out of China, Adapting to Tariff Threat
Nintendo is shifting some production of its Switch videogame console to Southeast Asia from China to limit the impact of possible U.S. tariffs on Chinese-made electronics.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Huawei Pulls Laptop Launch Amid U.S. Restrictions
China's Huawei Technologies canceled the launch of a new laptop and paused production at its personal-computer business due to restrictions on buying American components.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 12, 2019

Huawei Pulls Laptop Launch as U.S. Restrictions Sting
China's Huawei Technologies canceled the launch of a new laptop and paused production at its personal-computer business due to restrictions on buying American components.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

Facebook Finds Itself on Receiving End of Fake Video
An altered video of CEO Mark Zuckerberg has surfaced on the social-media company's Instagram app, where he appears to question his company's data practices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

Mulvaney Sees Approval of USMCA Trade Deal Likely
The U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement has "a better than two-thirds chance" of passing through Congress this year, President Trump's acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said, adding its approval depends on support among House Democrats.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

Renault's Boss Is Stymied by French Government
Renault shareholders hold their first annual meeting since Jean-Dominique Senard was appointed chairman in January to succeed Carlos Ghosn. The French government has risked weakening Mr. Senard in future negotiations after declining to back Fiat Chrysler's merger plan.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

France's Renault Role Limits Auto Maker's Boss
In declining to back Fiat Chrysler's plan to merge with Renault, the French government risks weakening its chief negotiator in any future talks, Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

Tesla Shareholders Reject Corporate-Governance Measures
Tesla Inc. shareholders rejected changes at the electric-car maker aimed at improving corporate governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jun 11, 2019

Economist Martin Feldstein Has Died at Age 79
Martin Feldstein, a top adviser for both Republican and Democratic presidents and one of the most influential academic economists of his generation, died Tuesday at the age of 79.

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