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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 27, 2022

WTO Arbiter Sides With China in Tariff Fight With U.S.
The decision allows China to collect $645 million in retaliatory tariffs in a dispute over U.S. levies on Chinese products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Facebook's Cryptocurrency Venture to Wind Down, Sell Assets
The Diem Association, formerly known as Libra, is selling its technology to crypto-focused bank Silvergate Capital for $200 million.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Prioritize Deliveries Over New Vehicles in 2022
The electric-vehicle maker reported record earnings but hasn't been immune to supply-chain problems.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Amazon Faces Unionization Battle in Staten Island
The National Labor Relations Board says the nascent Amazon Labor Union has enough support from workers to hold an election for a New York warehouse.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

William Ackman Takes Stake in Netflix
The billionaire says his hedge fund has purchased more than 3.1 million shares of the streaming service, whose stock has slumped this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Spotify Takes Down Neil Young's Music After His Joe Rogan Ultimatum
The folk-rock star had over six million monthly listeners on the service, which he blames for spreading fake info about vaccines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Samsung's Fourth-Quarter Revenue Is Best Ever
The South Korean company's strong performance capped off a year in which it surpassed Intel to become the world's No. 1 chip maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Intel Earnings Dropped, Revenue Edged Higher
The semiconductor maker has been investing heavily to stave off loss of market share and meet growing demand for the chip industry's products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Jerome Powell's Comments Over the Past Year Show Mounting Inflation Concerns
The past 12 months haven't been kind to the Federal Reserve's inflation outlook.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Whirlpool Says Omicron Will Keep Appliances in Short Supply
Washing machines, refrigerators and other appliances are likely to remain hard to get this year as Covid-19 infections fuel supply chain problems, Whirlpool's chief executive said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Biden Touts Build Back Better in Meeting With CEOs
The president says the stalled bill could help lower families' costs amid an inflation surge.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Moderna Starts Testing Omicron Vaccine in People
The start of Moderna's testing, shortly after Pfizer and BioNTech began a similar study, brings vaccine makers and government officials closer to a thorny decision about whether to roll out an Omicron-specific vaccine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Gates Foundation Adds Board Members After Billionaires' Divorce
Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates will be joined on the board by four trustees, including the charity's CEO, as part of efforts to boost its governance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Intel Earnings Drop, Revenue Edges Higher
The semiconductor maker's net income fell 21% in the fourth quarter at a time of booming demand in the chip industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Tesla Posts Record Annual Profit
Elon Musk's electric-vehicle maker posted a $5.5 billion annual profit on $53.8 billion of sales last year, up from $721 million in profit and $31.5 billion in sales in 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Bank of Canada Says Rate Increases Are Coming
The Bank of Canada held its main interest rate steady at 0.25%, but said rate increases are on the horizon to deal with elevated inflation and an economy running at or near full tilt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Fed Tees Up March Interest-Rate Increase
U.S. central bankers also have accelerated plans to unwind support for the economy amid rising inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

AT&T Cautions Wireless Industry's Gains Will Slow
The telecom company swung to a fourth-quarter profit as it improved its wireless revenue and shed the burden of its customer-losing pay-TV business in 2021.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Verizon's TracFone Customers Complain of Phone-Number Thefts
Verizon says it has addressed issues that appeared to affect about 6,000 TracFone customers who have had their phone numbers commandeered.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Italian Executives Meet With Putin Amid Tension Over Ukraine
European companies seek to maintain ties with Russia as the West responds to Moscow's moves in Eastern Europe.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Trucks Are Clogging America's Roads, Delivering Goods and Tearing up Yards
The surge won't likely die down even once supply chain clogs ease, and the impact is falling heavily on neighborhood streets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Abbott's Rapid Covid-19 Tests Boost Quarterly Sales Growth
The company's rapid-test brands sold $2.1 billion of diagnostics in the last quarter of 2021, but demand is expected to be lower this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Fed Expected to Indicate Interest-Rate Increases Will Start in March
Federal Reserve officials are set to keep interest rates near zero at the conclusion of their two-day policy meeting, while likely signaling they are preparing to raise rates at their following gathering in mid-March.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Fed Expected to Signal Interest-Rate Increases to Start in March
The central bank is poised to resume deliberations over how and when to reverse the pandemic-driven expansion of its $9 trillion securities portfolio later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Mattel Wins Disney Princess Toy Deal, Joining Elsa of 'Frozen' With Barbie
The toy company has wrested back rights to film characters from its rival Hasbro. Losing the contract was "a wake-up" call for Mattel, an executive says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

TracFone Customers Complain of Unwanted Number Swaps
Verizon says it has addressed issues that appeared to affect about 6,000 TracFone customers who have had their phone numbers commandeered.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Boeing Reports Loss as 787 Charges Mount
Production problems and delivery delays will cost the plane maker another $4.5 billion, Boeing said as it reported its third annual loss in a row.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Biden Administration Explores Ways to Cover Covid-19 Tests for Medicare Enrollees
Under current law, private insurers pay for over-the-counter tests but Medicare doesn't.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Venture Capital Becomes a Tech Battleground Between China, U.S.
The recent tech selloffs in China and America have very different drivers, and therein lies a potential inflection point in the emerging competition between the two countries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

AT&T Logs Wireless Gains as It Preps WarnerMedia Split
The wireless-and-broadband internet provider swung to a fourth-quarter profit as it improved its wireless revenue and shed the burden of its customer-losing pay-TV business in 2021.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Walmart-Backed Fintech Startup Is Acquiring Two Firms and a New Name
The startup, to be called ONE, is helmed by former Goldman executives and aims to build a "financial services super app."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

EV Battery Maker's Sales Pitch to the West: We're Not Chinese
South Korea's LG Energy Solution, which goes public Thursday, has made its dominance in Europe and aggressive U.S. investments a pitch to investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Mattel's Disney Toy Deal Joins Elsa With Barbie
The toy company has wrested back rights to film characters from its rival Hasbro. Losing the contract was "a wake-up" call for Mattel, an executive says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Intel Wins Appeal of $1.2 Billion EU Antitrust Fine
The court's decision is a blow to the European Commission, the bloc's main antitrust regulator, which is seeking to expand its reach through new regulations and a reinterpretation of its existing powers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Russia's Attempts to Sanction-Proof Economy Have Exposed Weak Spot
A raft of hard-hitting measures in case of a renewed Russian incursion into Ukraine could test Moscow's efforts to insulate itself from sanctions and cause broad economic pain.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Russia's Attempts to Sanction-Proof Its Economy Have Exposed a Weak Spot
A raft of hard-hitting measures in case of a renewed Russian incursion into Ukraine could test Moscow's efforts to insulate itself from sanctions and cause broad economic pain, experts say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Where Are Banks Finding Borrowers? On the Car Lot
Surging demand for auto loans is boosting banks during an otherwise lackluster time for their lending businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Tesla Poised for Record Annual Profit
Wall Street expects the electric-vehicle maker to report roughly $5.3 billion in profit on around $53 billion of sales last year, according to analysts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Warehouse Giant Prologis to Offer More Peripheral Services, CFO Says
At present, the company derives 84% of its revenue from rental income. It plans to bolster revenue by offering extras, like solar power, forklifts, logistic tech and more at some of its locations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Fed Expected to Signal Rate Increases to Start in March
The central bank is poised to resume deliberations over how and when to reverse the pandemic-driven expansion of its $9 trillion securities portfolio later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

Derby's Take: Fed Likely to Use Job View in FOMC Statement to Tee Up March Rate Hike
Economists say the Fed will likely move to say that the economy has achieved full employment to cement March rate-rise expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 26, 2022

IBM Cloud Makeover Shows Results
IBM's yearslong makeover into a hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence company is resonating with customers whose information-technology strategies have been reshaped by Covid-19, industry analysts said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Companies Prepare for Fallout From Cyberattacks Against Ukraine
Businesses including utilities, manufacturers and financial-services companies are bracing for potential spillover from cyberattacks against Ukraine, as U.S. officials warn of Russia-linked hacks that could ripple outward.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Canadian National Railway Names New CEO, Averts Proxy Fight
The railroad operator selects Tracy Robinson, and U.K.-based activist investor TCI Fund Management Ltd. agrees to drop its proxy effort.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

IMF Urges El Salvador to Ditch Bitcoin's Legal Tender Status
After adopting bitcoin as national currency, the Central American country plans to issue bonds backed by bitcoin as negotiations with the IMF stall.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Microsoft Earnings, Revenue Show Strong Growth
The software giant's cloud business has benefited as the pandemic has forced people to work remotely.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Marc Jacobs Web Glitch Listed $300 Handbags as Free
Luxury brand says it canceled orders after error allowed some shoppers to get 100% discounts on its website.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Canadian National Railway to Name New CEO to Avert Proxy Fight
The railroad operator will also add two directors and U.K.-based activist investor TCI Fund Management Ltd. will agree to drop its proxy contest, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Casino Operator Bally's Shares Jump on Standard General Buyout Offer
The stock soars more than 20% after Standard General offers to buy the shares it doesn't already own in a deal that values the company at $2.07 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Johnson & Johnson Posts Higher Quarterly Sales Despite Some Pandemic-Related Pains
The health company finished 2021 with its strongest quarter to date for Covid-19 vaccine sales, contributing to year-over-year revenue growth across its operations as it prepares to separate its consumer-health division.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Biden Administration Withdraws Emergency Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate
OSHA said it would continue to seek the private-sector mandate via the regular rule-making process after the Supreme Court blocked its implementation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Imports Drop at Southern California Ports as Ship Backup Grows
Combined inbound volume fell 14% in December at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach as the queue of vessels waiting to unload surpassed 100 ships

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

U.S. Plans Sanctions, Export Controls Against Russia if It Invades Ukraine
The Biden administration is working to mitigate market shocks if Russia withholds energy supplies in retaliation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Analysis: Why the Fed Is Unlikely to Start Raising Rates With a Half-Point Increase
While the Fed isn't likely to rule out a half-percentage-point increase as an instrument in its tool kit, the central bank is unlikely to begin any sequence of rate rises with such a move, in part because it would essentially concede that it had made a policy mistake.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Chip Shortage Leaves U.S. Companies Dangerously Low on Semiconductors, Report Says
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said a survey shows the urgency for Congress to approve the Innovation and Competition Act, which includes $52 billion to boost domestic chip production.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Verizon Confident 5G Concerns in Aviation Will Be Resolved
The wireless giant expects to spend about $10 billion over several years to expand 5G services using recently licensed radio spectrum.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

3M's N95 Mask Sales Climb, Lifting Revenue as Omicron Drives Demand
The manufacturer says new government guidance raised awareness of the product to help fight the Covid-19 variant's spread.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

FTC Sues to Block Lockheed Martin Acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne
The Federal Trade Commission says the proposed $4.4 billion purchase would allow the defense giant to control access to parts needed to build missile engines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Making a Super Bowl Commercial Is Super Stressful This Year
Omicron's spread disrupted and delayed ad shoots, sending costs up and leaving advertisers anxious about what tone to strike in their Super Bowl spots.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Economists Split on Whether Bank of Canada Raises Rates Wednesday
A Wall Street Journal survey of 12 economists shows an even split on whether the central bank will boost rates now or not until March.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

U.S. Companies Down to Five-Day Supply of Key Chips, Report Says
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said a survey shows the urgency for Congress to approve the Innovation and Competition Act, which includes $52 billion to boost domestic chip production.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

GM Plans Multibillion-Dollar EV Push With Michigan Plants
The Detroit auto maker doubles down on electric-truck production and plans an battery-cell factory with LG Energy Solution, creating 4,000 new jobs in the Great Lakes state.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

GM Pumps More Money Into EVs, Picks Michigan for Big Investment
The Detroit auto maker doubles down on electric-truck production and plans an battery-cell factory with LG Energy Solution, creating 4,000 new jobs in the Great Lakes state.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Fidelity, Once Stodgy and Adrift, Bets on the Reddit Crowd
Abby Johnson, a CEO some doubted, has lifted the firm's profits while reshaping it for the generation of young investors spurred by the pandemic. One question: Would they hang around through a steep market downturn?

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

U.S. Considers 'Potent' Export Controls Against Russia
The Biden administration would target Russia's defense, aerospace, artificial intelligence and other key sectors in response to an invasion of Ukraine, U.S. officials said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Kroger Workers Approve New Contract After Nine-Day Strike
More than 8,000 unionized workers ratified a contract that gives them wage increases and better benefits, another win by employees as companies struggle with staffing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Inflation, Supply Chain, Omicron Expected to Take a Bigger Toll on Global Growth
The IMF scales back its 2022 outlook, with the U.S. getting the biggest downgrade of any major country.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Home-Price Growth Slowed in November
The Case-Shiller national home price index rose 18.8%, down from the annual rate the prior month, as months of fast-rising prices pushed some buyers out of the market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

To Counter Inflation, You'll Need to Do More Than Switch Brands
Many consumers are making larger changes, such as scaling back their weddings or learning a new skill to save money.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Verizon's Profit Inches Up After TracFone Takeover
The largest mobile network operator in terms of subscribers added 553,000 postpaid phone connections in the December quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Lockheed Martin Hits Pause on Aerojet Deal
Lockheed Martin said it was "highly likely" that the Federal Trade Commission would sue before Jan. 27 to block its proposed $4.4 billion purchase of Aerojet, which makes engines for rockets and missiles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

GE's Sales Decline 3%, Hit by Supply-Chain Woes
The conglomerate projected a return to sales growth in 2022 as its aviation business begins to recover.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Google Overhauls Cookie Replacement Plan After Privacy Critiques
The Alphabet unit's new proposal aims to give marketers less-granular information about web users than under its initial proposal, with implications for rivals and marketers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Covid-19 Fuels Best-Ever Commercial Real-Estate Sales
Property investors bet big on apartment buildings, warehouses and on U.S. growth shifting to the Sunbelt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Johnson & Johnson Posts Higher Quarterly Sales as It Prepares for Split
Johnson & Johnson finished 2021 with its strongest quarter to date for Covid-19 vaccine sales, contributing to year-over-year revenue growth across the company as it prepares to separate its consumer-health division.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Microsoft Earnings Likely Grew Last Quarter With Demand for Cloud Services
The software giant is expected to announce around $50.7 billion in sales for the three months through December, up around 18% from a year earlier, according to some analysts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Pfizer Begins Study Testing Omicron Vaccine in People
The company and partner BioNTech say the trial will examine safety and immune response, in case regulators deem an adapted vaccine necessary.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Unilever Looks to Jump-Start Growth With Sweeping Overhaul
The Ben & Jerry's owner said it would now run as five, category-focused divisions as it looks to gird itself against an activist investor and quell shareholder dissatisfaction.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Unilever Looks to Jumpstart Growth With Sweeping Overhaul
The Ben & Jerry's owner said it would now run as five, category-focused divisions—beauty and well-being, personal care, home care, nutrition, and ice cream—rather than its three previous units of food and refreshments, beauty and personal care and home care.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

People Itching to Cruise by Cargo Ship Hope for Reversal of Covid-19 Bans
Though standard cruises are back, business is nearly nonexistent for freighter travel agencies that book passage on the most basic of international journeys.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

OPEC, Russian Oil-Output Increases Fall Short of Promises
Instead of curbing prices, the producers' inability to increase production as promised has become a reason for traders to bet on higher prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Oil Price Rise Blamed in Part on OPEC, Russian Output Shortfalls
Instead of curbing prices, the producers' inability to increase production as promised has become a reason for traders to bet on higher prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

MicroStrategy to Continue Buying Bitcoin Despite Market Tumble, CFO Says
The SEC recently told the software company to revise its disclosure on the crypto asset.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Many Countries Fail to Counter Corruption Despite Promises, Antigraft Group Says
As many as 131 countries failed to make any meaningful progress on corruption, with the reputation of over two dozen reaching an all-time low.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 25, 2022

Florida's West Coast Cities Top WSJ/Realtor.com's Housing Index
Naples led the fourth-quarter rankings, as the Sunshine State attracted home buyers looking to work remotely near the beach.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

New York Mask Mandate Struck Down by Judge
Nassau County court says state health commissioner didn't have authority to require face coverings in indoor settings in December.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Singapore Central Bank Tightens Policy in Surprise Move
Singapore's central bank on Tuesday unexpectedly tightened its currency policy, a pre-emptive move to stem the inflationary impact of supply-side constraints and rising commodity prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

U.S. Limits Use of Regeneron and Lilly Covid-19 Antibody Drugs
The FDA revised the authorizations for the therapies, which don't work against the Omicron variant, to make sure doctors only use them on non-Omicron patients, and the Health and Human Services Department stopped shipments.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Treasury Wants Banks to Loop in Foreign Affiliates on Suspicious Transactions
The Treasury Department's anti-money-laundering watchdog wants to allow U.S. banks to share so-called suspicious activity reports more freely with their foreign affiliates, a move that financial institutions are expected to welcome.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Sheldon Silver, New York Power Broker Sent to Prison, Dies at 77
He was convicted of using his clout in state government to benefit real-estate developers, who rewarded him by referring lucrative business to his law firm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Unilever Plans Job Cuts as Activist Investor Trian Takes Stake
The consumer-goods maker's shares, which have been laggards, rallied amid hopes the presence of Nelson Peltz would accelerate a push for growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Google Deceived Users About Location Tracking, States Allege
The company tracks people's movements using information from its search engine, Maps app, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services even after users turn off location tracking, a lawsuit filed by Washington, D.C., alleges. Google disputed the allegations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Meta Unveils New AI Supercomputer
When the AI Research SuperCluster is fully built it will be the fastest AI supercomputer in the world, the Facebook-parent says

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Omicron Slows the Global Economy, Hitting the U.S. Particularly Hard
The U.S. saw a pullback in services and manufacturing growth, while services sectors in Europe, Asia also felt an impact from the new Covid-19 variant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Ford Shuts Off Orders for New $20,000 Maverick Pickup
With more-affordable vehicles in short supply, the auto maker said demand for the new pickup truck has surged and it is straining to fill a backlog of orders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Facebook Promised Poor Countries Free Internet. People Got Charged Anyway.
Its global program, designed to boost growth outside the U.S., leads to unexpected data costs. The company, which knows about the problem, blames software glitches.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Kohl's Shares Surge 30% on Takeover Bids for Retailer
Starboard and Sycamore have made separate approaches for the department-store chain, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Tesla Countersues JPMorgan in Fight Over Warrants
The electric-car maker alleges the bank's dislike of Elon Musk is behind its $162 million lawsuit in November.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Under Fire Over Omicron Outbreak, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Faces Bigger Losses
The carrier warned it would burn cash as the city's longer quarantine rules for crew hurts cargo flights.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 24, 2022

Sony's Videogame Strategy Challenged by Microsoft's Deal for Activision
Sony faces decisions on how to beef up its own software lineup, whether to continue stressing hardware and what to do about the metaverse.

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