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Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Albertsons Expects Higher Inflation in Coming Months From Labor, Supply-Chain Costs
The supermarket chain is passing through some price increases to shoppers but said it is also offering cheaper alternatives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Auto-Supply Constraints Weighed on September's Industrial Production
Disruptions from Hurricane Ida also contributed to last month's 1.3% decline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Foreign Investment Rebounds but Strained Factories Miss Out
Overseas investment around the world surged in the first six months of 2021 as rich economies rebounded strongly, but fresh bets on manufacturing fell despite widespread signs that capacity isn't up to meeting resurgent demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Returning Workers Confront Creepy Time Capsules of Pre-Pandemic Life
Petrified snacks. Year-old calendars. Plants run amuck. After 18 months away, people say their offices look like Pompeii's ruins.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Apple's October Event: Expect New MacBook Pro, AirPods
A few new gadgets are coming from Apple, a month after the company's biggest product parade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Sinclair Broadcast Group Says It Was Hit by a Ransomware Attack
One of the largest owners of broadcast stations in the U.S. said some of its servers are encrypted with ransomware.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Sinclair Broadcast Says It Was Hit by Cyberattack
One of the largest owners of broadcast stations in the U.S. said some of its servers are encrypted with ransomware.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Amazon Seeks to Hire 150,000 Seasonal U.S. Workers
The push to increase workforce comes as U.S. labor market remains tight ahead of holidays.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Albertsons Posts Higher Sales, Lifts Guidance Despite Supply-Chain Costs
The supermarket company saw higher sales and raised its guidance for the full year on what it sees as a favorable consumer backdrop, despite logging steeper supply-chain costs for the fiscal second quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Foxconn Unveils First Electric-Vehicle Prototypes
The world's largest contract electronics manufacturer has been moving deeper into the automotive industry as it seeks to diversify its business beyond Apple's products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Microsoft Executives Told Bill Gates to Stop Emailing a Female Staffer Years Ago
Microsoft executives in 2008 discovered flirtatious emails between Bill Gates and a female employee that they deemed inappropriate, according to people familiar with the matter. They told the co-founder to stop and briefed some board members, who took no further action, the people say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Elizabeth Warren Doesn't Get Fed Trading Ban Proposal by Oct. 15 as Requested
Regional Federal Reserve Banks haven't presented Sen. Elizabeth Warren with a plan to ban stock trading by senior central bankers as the Democrat from Massachusetts requested last month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

World Bank Mishandled Sexual- Harassment Claims, Internal Tribunal Says
A labor tribunal found the bank ignored allegations of sexual harassment by a senior official, now a Costa Rican presidential candidate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Zillow Gets Outplayed at Its Own Game
The company that has prided itself on its technology to outsource a lot of human work is suddenly referring the work right back to humans.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Toyota, Stellantis to Build EV-Battery Factories in the U.S.
The auto makers are investing billions of dollars in U.S. battery factories as part of a push to sell more electric vehicles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Lawmakers Question Whether Amazon Executives Misled Congress
In a letter to Amazon CEO Andy Jassy, five members of Congress asked for "exculpatory evidence" to corroborate the sworn testimony offered by several company leaders, including founder Jeff Bezos.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

How CFOs Set Their Outlooks Amid Waves of Virus: One Day at a Time
Finance chiefs say they have had to tweak their forecasts with greater frequency and granularity than ever before in response to infection rates globally.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Interviews With Alphabet, ViacomCBS, Reddit CEOs
The Wall Street Journal is hosting its virtual Tech Live conference with top executives, technologists and policy makers to discuss a range of issues including the lasting impact of Covid-19 and other topics.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Amtrak Hopes Infrastructure Bill Will Help Fund a Tunnel to Ease Delays on Northeast Corridor
Amtrak plans to construct a new 2-mile tunnel to replace the aged Baltimore and Potomac tunnel, and it is counting on funding in the roughly $1 trillion infrastructure bill to cover much of the project's $4 billion tab.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

Facebook to Hire 10,000 Workers in EU to Build Up 'Metaverse'
Facebook is planning to create 10,000 jobs in the European Union over the next five years to build a virtual realm it sees as a key component of its future and a major driver of new technology investment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 18, 2021

How to Quit Your Job and Get a Better One, From Those Who Have Been There
Professionals who took a career break and made it to the other side with new, better jobs offer some advice.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

China's Economy Slowed Sharply in the Third Quarter
China's economy grew 4.9% in the third quarter from a year earlier, slowing sharply from the previous period, as power shortages and supply-chain problems added to the impact from Beijing's efforts to rein in the real estate and technology sectors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

China Third-Quarter Economic Growth Slows Sharply to 4.9%
China's economy grew 4.9% in the third quarter from a year earlier, slowing sharply from the previous period, as power shortages and supply-chain problems added to the impact from Beijing's efforts to rein in the real estate and technology sectors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Saks E-Commerce Unit Begins IPO Preparations
Saks is interviewing potential underwriters this week for an initial public offering that could take place in the first half of 2022 and targets a valuation of around $6 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Unions Push Companies as Workers Stay Scarce
Union leaders say pandemic frustrations spur "new militancy" among workers as critics warn that efforts hit companies already struggling with supply-chain problems.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Behind the Energy Crisis: Fossil Fuel Investment Drops, and Renewables Aren't Ready
The transition to cleaner energy sources isn't far enough along to meet a surge in demand, forcing countries to rely on fossil fuels.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Economy Week Ahead: China GDP, U.S. Industry and Housing
The latest snapshot of China's economic growth, U.S. industrial production and the housing market highlight this week's economic data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

From Film Sets to Manufacturing Plants, Unions Push Companies as Workers Stay Scarce
Union leaders say pandemic frustrations spur "new militancy" among workers as critics warn that efforts hit companies already struggling with supply-chain problems.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Supply-Chain Bottlenecks, Elevated Inflation to Last Well Into 2022, Survey Finds
Economists see supply constraints and labor shortages as bigger risks to the U.S. economy than Covid-19, according to a WSJ survey.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Supply-Chain Bottlenecks, Elevated Inflation to Last Well Into Next Year, Survey Finds
Economists see supply constraints and labor shortages as bigger risks to economy than Covid-19, WSJ survey finds.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Facebook Says AI Can Enforce Its Rules, but the Company's Own Engineers Are Doubtful
AI has only minimal success in removing hate speech, violent images and other chronic problems from the platform, according to internal company reports. It can't consistently identify first-person shooting videos, racist rants or gruesome car crashes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Facebook Says AI Will Clean Up the Platform. Its Own Engineers Have Doubts.
AI has only minimal success in removing hate speech, violent images and other problem content, according to internal company reports. It can't consistently identify first-person shooting videos, racist rants or gruesome car crashes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

How to Fix Facebook, Instagram and Social Media? Change the Defaults
Default settings on Facebook, Instagram and other social-media apps keep you hooked on your feeds and sharing your personal data. A few changes could mean the difference between an addictive social-media experience and a healthy one.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Biden's Soft Infrastructure Agenda May Not Boost Growth
The president has sold soft infrastructure such as in child care, college and health as good for the economy, just like hard infrastructure such as roads and bridges. Some economists are skeptical.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

Alibaba Faces New Threat as Shopping Habits Change
Already under regulatory scrutiny, Alibaba is losing market share as Chinese consumers shift from targeted product searches to browsing and interaction..

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2021

With Few Cars to Sell, What Do Car Salespeople Do All Day?
Salespeople who once spent days walking dealership lots offering test drives now scout for online leads and explain the chip shortage to frustrated customers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

Hollywood Strike Averted as Workers, Studios Reach a Deal
The film and television industry avoided a shutdown of production after a union reached a last-minute, tentative agreement with studios and streaming services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

Three Years After First 737 MAX Crash, Fallout Continues for Boeing and Victims
The indictment of a former technical pilot is first time an individual has faced charges related to the accidents. The company previously reached a $2.5 billion settlement with the government.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way High-End Art Is Sold
Private sales at Sotheby's and Christie's took off, as live-auction revenues fell. Here's how private sales work, and why they're so popular.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

Teen Girls Are Developing Tics. Doctors Say TikTok Could Be a Factor.
Teenage girls are seeking medical care for the sudden onset of tics, such as jerking motions and verbal outbursts, that specialists in pediatric movement disorders say are linked to watching TikTok videos that purport to show people with Tourette syndrome.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

California Scrambles to Find Electricity to Offset Plant Closures
The state is contending with the coming loss of gas-fired power plants and its last remaining nuclear facility in a planned transition to renewable energy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

Extraterrestrial Life and Your Smartphone's Screen
To peer deeper than ever into space, NASA needed optics of unprecedented size; the technology to make them was later repurposed to manufacture the display you might be looking at this very moment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2021

Today's Tech Founders Don't Just Own the Company. They're Also Getting Huge Pay Packages.
Startup creators once tended to take little or no remuneration as CEOs. Now, some are getting giant stock awards, making them among America's best-compensated corporate chiefs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Ex-Boeing Pilot Charged in Crash Probe Is Scapegoat, Lawyer Says
Prosecutors face challenges in pinning the blame for deception of air-safety regulators on a lone employee, according to legal observers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

J.B. Hunt Expects Strong Freight Demand to Extend Into 2022
Freight bellwether J.B. Hunt Transport Services expects bottlenecks at West Coast ports to intensify heading into the holidays, with congestion continuing to snarl labor-strapped logistics networks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Moderna Vaccine for Adolescents Delayed for FDA Review
Moderna asked the Food and Drug Administration in June to expand use of the company's Covid-19 vaccine to 12-to-17-year-olds, but the agency has held off while it looks into the risk of myocarditis, a rare heart condition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Politico's New Owner Plans to Grow Staff, Launch Paywall
Axel Springer, whose $1 billion acquisition of Politico is expected to close next week, is also planning foreign-language editions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

J&J Covid-19 Booster Shot Endorsed by FDA Advisers
A panel of outside doctors and experts voted 19-0 to recommend that all adults who received a first dose of the J&J vaccine should get the second dose at least two months later.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Moderna Vaccine for Adolescents Delayed as FDA Reviews Side Effect
Moderna asked the Food and Drug Administration in June to expand use of the company's Covid-19 vaccine to 12-to-17-year-olds, but the agency has held off while it looks into the risk of myocarditis, a rare heart condition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

LinkedIn Social Network Is Leaving China, but Microsoft Remains
Microsoft Corp. is shutting down LinkedIn in China, but its other businesses there—the Bing search engine, Teams videoconferencing, Azure cloud computing and Office 365—will remain to deal with Chinese authorities' tighter regulations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

America's Workers Are Leaving Jobs in Record Numbers
U.S. workers handed in nearly 20 million resignations this spring and summer, according to the latest federal data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Moderna Vaccine for Adolescents Delayed by FDA to Review Rare Side Effect
Moderna asked the Food and Drug Administration in June to expand use of the company's Covid-19 vaccine to 12-to-17-year-olds, but the agency has held off while it looks into the risk of myocarditis, a rare heart condition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Inflation Sets Off Alarms Around the World
More than a dozen central banks have raised interest rates but two that haven't are those that loom largest over the global economy: the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Why Ford Picked Tennessee for Its New Electric-Vehicle Plant
The state is emerging as a leader for auto makers scrambling to develop electric-vehicle and battery production, with the state and the Tennessee Valley Authority offering millions of dollars in incentives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Retail Sales Rise, Showing Resilient U.S. Consumers
Retail sales rose 0.7% as American consumers stepped up their spending in September, a sign of solid demand and rising inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

China Evergrande Spillover Risks Can Be Controlled, Central Bank Says
A People's Bank of China official sought to ease concerns about a potential contagion from China Evergrande's debt crisis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Walmart, With Eyes on Amazon, Tries to Build a Fintech Startup
Former Goldman executives look to marry their expertise with retailer's consumers and data to offer financial services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Largest Cities Had Some of the Lowest U.S. Inflation Rates
New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago were below the national level in September while rural areas grappled with increases in gasoline and vehicle prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

How YouTube Copied Hollywood to Win Video Makers' Loyalty
The site has spent more than a decade building an in-house agency for digital superstars, drawing ad sales, sponsorships and other revenue. "There's been a lot of opportunities that have come my way."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

How YouTube Makes Sure Its Hitmakers Don't Stumble
The site has spent more than a decade building an in-house agency for digital superstars, drawing ad sales, sponsorships and other revenue. "There's been a lot of opportunities that have come my way."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Facebook Should Clarify Terms of Service, Irish Privacy Regulator Says
A draft ruling from Ireland's privacy regulator would require Facebook Inc. to change how it informs users about its data processing but disregards complaints that the social-media giant needs to obtain direct consent for its activities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Chinese Telecom Giant ZTE in Dispute With U.S. Court-Appointed Monitor
A Dallas lawyer appointed to monitor ZTE's compliance with export laws has been pushing for a longer term in ways the Justice Department sees as inappropriate, people familiar with the matter say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Consumer Spending Seems Steady Amid Supply Crunch
Economists estimate that retail sales rose 0.5% last month, as U.S. consumers continue to spend despite supply constraints causing a shortage of vehicles and other goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2021

Trading Furor Complicates White House Decisions on Fed Leadership
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's chances for a second term leading the central bank so far have been dented but not derailed by a reputational crisis over stock-trading disclosures by senior officials.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Dermatologist Describes Stint as Theranos Lab Director
Doctor explains to jurors in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes that he had a minimal role in overseeing the blood-testing startup's clinical operations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Former Boeing Pilot Indicted in Probe of 737 MAX Crashes
Former Boeing 737 chief technical pilot Mark Forkner was charged with deceiving the Federal Aviation Administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Virgin Galactic Pushes Back Commercial Space Flights
The company said it believes it will launch private-astronaut flights in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Former Boeing Pilot in 737 MAX Crash Case
Former Boeing 737 chief technical pilot Mark Forkner charged with deceiving the Federal Aviation Administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Icahn to Commence Proxy Contest, Tender Offer for Southwest Gas
The billionaire investor escalated his challenge to Southwest Gas Holdings by offering to buy shares of the Nevada utility and announcing plans to try to replace the company's board.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Johnson & Johnson Places Talc Injury Claims in Bankruptcy
Johnson & Johnson placed into bankruptcy its liabilities for tens of thousands of claims linking talc-based products to cancer, hoping to drive a settlement of personal-injury claims that are expected to grow for decades to come.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Push to Operate L.A. Port 24/7 Off to Slow Start
Experts see no ‘silver bullet' for cargo backups as terminal operators and importers discuss when and how to work all night.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Alcoa's Sales Get Boost From Higher Aluminium Prices
The aluminum maker reported a 31% rise in sales for its latest quarter, even as shipments fell partly because of a lack of railcars.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

IMF Seeks to Allay Doubts Following Data-Rigging Scandal
The International Monetary Fund is working to regain its footing in international financial markets while it works to balance the competing interests of its two main backers, the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Moderna Booster Shot Backed by FDA Advisory Panel
Vaccine experts advising the Food and Drug Administration voted, 19-0, to recommend authorization of an extra dose of Moderna's Covid-19 shot, a key step in making booster doses available to millions more people.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Motional Previews the Self-Driving Taxi Experience, With Lyft as Its First Partner
Motional AD's vision for how passengers will ride in its planned self-driving taxis includes a start button to spur the cars into motion, another button to indicate when to pull over and other features aimed at making riders feel at ease in the new experience.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Financial Firms Get Seal of Approval for Climate Plans
Endorsements of La Banque Postale, KB Financial and EQT are the first under the Science Based Targets initiative's framework for finance-sector emissions reduction

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Fed's Barkin Unsure Economy Can Recover All Jobs Lost in Pandemic
Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said changes in the economy could mean that some workers who left the job market during the pandemic won't return.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

What Bank Earnings From JPMorgan, Bank of America Tell Us About the U.S. Economy
On Wall Street, M&A is on fire, but on Main Street, loan growth is muted. Here's what bank earnings reveal about the bigger picture.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

What Bank Earnings Tell Us About the Economy
On Wall Street, M&A is on fire, but on Main Street, loan growth is muted. Here's what bank earnings reveal about the bigger picture.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Jana Partners Takes Stake in Macy's, Urges E-Commerce Spinoff
The activist investors said that a stand-alone e-commerce business would be worth a multiple of Macy's current market value, which stood at about $7 billion Thursday after a recent rally.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Microsoft Folds LinkedIn Social Network in China
LinkedIn's plans to shut down the version of its professional-networking site used in the country mark the end of the last major American social-media service operating openly there.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Banksy's Shredded Artwork Sells for $25.4 Million
A painting that British street artist Banksy purposely shredded during a previous auction sold Thursday to an anonymous Asian collector for $25.4 million at Sotheby's in London, setting a new record for the artist at auction.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Pizza Sales Growth Cools as Domino's Reports Orders Decline
The pizza maker's U.S. momentum falters as it reduces hours and hunts for drivers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Pizza's Pandemic Growth Cools as Domino's Reports Sales Decline
The pizza maker's same-store sales decline is its first in the U.S. in more than a decade, as the chain reduces hours and hunts for drivers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

UnitedHealth Boosts Outlook, Sees Less Impact From Covid-19 Costs Next Year
The first big health insurer to post summertime results said the effect of the pandemic was offset by lower demand for elective procedures.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

The Labor Shortage Is Here to Stay. Businesses Are Adjusting.
The U.S. is still missing around 4.3 million workers since the beginning of the pandemic—a shortage many economists expect to last at least several more years. Companies are reinventing services, investing in automation and making other changes that promise to have a lasting impact.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

4.3 Million Workers Are Missing. Where Did They Go?
The U.S. labor shortage has hit low-paying service industries especially hard, pushing companies to adapt. Many economists expect the shortage to last years, and some think it could be permanent.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Microsoft Folds LinkedIn Social-Media Service in China
LinkedIn said it would replace its Chinese service, which restricts some content to comply with local government demands, with a job-board service lacking social-media features.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

FDA Advisers Consider Moderna Covid-19 Booster
Vaccine experts advising the FDA are meeting to review the data for a booster of the Moderna vaccine, then make a recommendation to the agency on authorizing the extra dose.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Tight Labor Market, Supply Constraints Point to Persistent Inflation
Companies are holding on tightly to employees at a time when few other workers are available and prices are rising in wholesale markets facing supply constraints, both factors contributing to higher inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Walgreens to Invest $5.2 Billion in VillageMD
The pharmacy chain will take a controlling stake in the primary-care network as it seeks to remodel itself as a healthcare provider.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Toyota Is Accused of Using Stolen Motor Technology in Rare Lawsuit
A longtime Toyota supplier, Nippon Steel, alleges the car maker and a Chinese supplier, Baoshan Iron & Steel, infringed on its patent on material used in steel sheets that make up Toyota engines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Domino's Same-Store Sales Decline Breaks Growth Streak
That break in the pizza maker's sales trend helped bring the company's third-quarter revenue below analysts' expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Start of Covid-19 Pandemic
Unemployment applications, a proxy for layoffs, decreased to 293,000 last week from 329,000 a week earlier, the Labor Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

IKEA Struggles to Stock Shelves Amid Supply-Chain Woes
The world's largest furniture seller said a significant share of its products are missing from store shelves around the world, with many of its flatpacks and houseware items sitting idle at warehouses waiting for trucks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

United Airlines Bets on Return of Trans-Atlantic Travel
Airline wants to take advantage of what it predicts will be a rapid rebound in international travel and plans to launch flights next spring to five new destinations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

FDA Advisors to Consider Moderna Covid-19 Booster Shot
Vaccine experts advising the FDA are meeting Thursday to review the data for a booster of Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine, then make a recommendation to the agency on authorizing the extra dose.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

LeBron James's Media Company Sells Minority Stake
The group of investors buying into SpringHill includes Nike, "Fortnite" creator Epic Games, RedBird Capital and Fenway Sports Group.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Membership Growth Boosts UnitedHealth's Earnings
The healthcare giant raises its full-year outlook and says the pandemic's effects on its results this year have been holding true to its expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2021

Boeing Runs Into Trouble With New Dreamliner Defect
The problem involves certain titanium parts that are weaker than they should be on 787s built over the past three years, the latest in a series of production slip-ups that have delayed aircraft deliveries and drawn increased U.S. government scrutiny.

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