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Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

U.S. Manufacturing Production Declined in September
U.S. manufacturing production fell in September for the second time in three months, suggesting trade frictions and slowing global growth are denting a key segment of the U.S. economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Dior Gets Caught Up in China's Latest Map Flap
Christian Dior apologized on Thursday after Chinese consumers criticized the French luxury brand for using a map of China that excluded Taiwan.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Philip Morris Lowers Earnings Outlook
Philip Morris International Inc. lowered its profit expectations for the year and reported lower profit in the third quarter after a Russian tax authority concluded the company's Russian affiliate underpaid in taxes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Weaker Shipments Hurt Results at Union Pacific
Union Pacific said weaker demand from a range of customers pinched the railroad's revenue in the third quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

PPG Reports Slightly Higher Sales
PPG's sales inched higher in its latest quarter, as higher prices helped offset lower sales volume for the Pittsburgh-based paint maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Shampoo Giants Go Head to Head
Unilever—the maker of Dove and TreSemmé—is engaged in a shampoo war with Pantene owner Procter & Gamble, cutting prices in the U.S. as it aims to gain market share.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Honeywell Sales Miss Expectations
Industrial conglomerate Honeywell International reported a lower profit for the third quarter and overall sales that fell a bit lower than what Wall Street analysts predicted.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Unilever Cuts Prices as Shampoo Rivalry Grows
Unilever said it was forced to lower prices in the U.S. to compete in the shampoo market with its rival Procter & Gamble, as the owner of Dove and TRESemmé reported slower third-quarter revenue growth compared with a year earlier.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 17, 2019

Nestlé to Refresh Bottled-Water Business as Sales Turn Flat
Nestlé said it would overhaul its bottled-water arm, hoping to reinvigorate growth in a business hurt by rising competition, high costs and growing concerns about single-use plastic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Authentic Brands Teams With Saks to Bid for Barneys
Barneys New York reached a deal to sell its assets to Authentic Brands Group and investment firm B. Riley Financial and close the luxury chain's remaining stores.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Authentic Brands Teams With Saks to Make Bid for Barneys
Barneys New York on Wednesday reached a deal to sell its assets to Authentic Brands Group and investment firm B. Riley Financial and close the luxury chain's remaining stores.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Endeavor Formally Drops Its IPO Plans
Endeavor—the company behind the Miss Universe Pageant, Ultimate Fighting Championship and the largest talent agency in Hollywood—formally withdrew plans for an initial public offering.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Amazon Surges and Facebook Falls Again in Report on Brand Value
Facebook slid again in a new report on the world's most valuable brands, while the famous names of Amazon.com and Walt Disney gained.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Sheryl Sandberg Faults 'Broken Rung' on Corporate Ladder
Men and women enter the workplace in nearly equal numbers. Then, at the time of a first promotion, more men get elevated than women, data show, creating a gender imbalance that persists at every level of work thereafter.For Sheryl Sandberg, it amounts to a "broken rung" on the corporate career ladder.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Alcoa Plans Up to $1 Billion in Asset Sales Amid Growth Fears
The aluminum producer may close facilities over the next few years as it grapples with slowing economic growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Fed Is Buying Treasurys Again. Don't Call It Quantitative Easing.
The central bank is buying short-term Treasury debt, but officials say the purchases are nothing like the bond-buying stimulus unleashed by the central bank between 2008 and 2014 to support the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

IBM Earnings Fall in Prolonged Sales Slump
IBM's profit fell 38% as it suffered its fifth consecutive quarter of lower sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Netflix Subscribers Fall Slightly Short of Expectations
Netflix missed its subscriber target for the second consecutive quarter, a performance that might fuel questions about the streaming-video giant's ability to fend off competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

SharkNinja and iRobot's Vacuum Dispute Lands in Federal Court
SharkNinja Operating LLC and iRobot Corp. are suing each other over the technology that powers their vacuum-cleaning robots that can map and adapt to a home's floor plan—and empty their own dust bins.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Germany's Central-Bank Chief Warns of U.S.-Europe Trade-War Dangers
Deutsche Bundesbankleader Jens Weidmann said Wednesday that rising trade tensions around the world have the potential to slow growth markedly.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

J&J Offers $4 Billion Opioid Litigation Settlement
Johnson & Johnson has offered to pay about $4 billion to settle all lawsuits in the U.S. accusing the company of contributing to the opioid-addiction epidemic, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Amazon's Deliveroo Investment Attracts Formal U.K. Probe
Britain's antitrust watchdog has launched a formal probe into Amazon.com's investment into Deliveroo, a British food-delivery startup.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Facebook Set Out to Create a New Currency, Then Stumbled
With libra, the social-media giant promised to change payments world-wide. Instead, major partners bolted after lawmakers and regulators challenged its plans, an early sign of how Washington is putting Facebook on a tight leash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Facebook Wanted to Create a New Currency. It Wasn't Ready for the Backlash.
With libra, the social-media giant promised to change payments world-wide. Instead, major partners bolted after lawmakers and regulators challenged its plans, an early sign of how Washington is putting Facebook on a tight leash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Inside Facebook's Botched Attempt to Start a New Cryptocurrency
With libra, the social-media giant promised to change payments world-wide. Instead, major partners bolted after lawmakers and regulators challenged its plans, an early sign of how Washington is putting Facebook on a tight leash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Walmart and Mattel Lease 'Floors' in a Virtual Toy Store
Mattel and Walmart are trying out interactive video to market and sell toys through a new virtual store called KidHQ.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Walmart and Mattel Lease 'Floors' in a Virtual Toy Store Run on Interactive Video
Mattel and Walmart are trying out interactive video to market and sell toys through new virtual store called KidHQ.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

UAW, GM Reach Tentative Labor Deal
The United Auto Workers struck a tentative labor deal with General Motors, a critical step in ending a monthlong strike that has brought more than 30 GM factories in the U.S. to a standstill.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

The American Consumer Needs Some Help
Softening retail sales strengthen the case for interest-rate cuts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

How One Tweet Turned Pro-China Trolls Against the NBA
After his tweet supporting Hong Kong's protesters, Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey was the subject of a pro-China campaign.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Despite Trade Truce, U.S.-China Cold War Edges Closer
Events in the last week show that the two economic superpowers, though reaching a truce in their trade war, are drifting closer to a new Cold War.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

WeWork Founder Mixed Spiritual Group With Business
WeWork founder Adam Neumann's relationship with the Kabbalah Centre, a spiritual organization that promotes a brand of Jewish mysticism, helped build the company from its early days.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Broadcom Ordered by EU to Halt Allegedly Anticompetitive Practices
The European Union ordered semiconductor maker Broadcom to stop requiring contract terms with customers that the bloc alleges are anticompetitive, even as a probe into the practices continues—the first time regulators have used such an injunction in 18 years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

U.S. Retail Sales Fell in September
American shoppers pulled back on spending in September, signaling a key support for the U.S. economy this year could be softening amid a broader global economic slowdown.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Midmarket Private Companies See Earnings Rise Despite Softening Global Growth
The earnings growth of U.S. midmarket private companies strengthened in the third quarter despite economic uncertainty and a darkening outlook for their larger counterparts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Broadcom Ordered by EU to Halt Allegedly Anticompetitive Contract Practices
The European Union ordered semiconductor maker Broadcom to stop requiring contract terms with customers that the bloc alleges are anticompetitive, even as a probe into the practices continues—the first time regulators have used such an injunction in 18 years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

XPO Names Former GE Deal Maker to Board
Greenwich, Conn.-based XPO Logistics Inc. named Aris Kekedjian as a new independent director.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

The Fed Is Buying Bonds Again. Just Don't Call It Quantitative Easing.
The central bank is buying short-term Treasury debt, but officials say the purchases are nothing like the bond-buying stimulus unleashed by the central bank between 2008 and 2014 to support the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Cattle Prices Climb as Traders Anticipate Growing Asian Demand
Cattle prices in the U.S. have risen since September, as a protein shortage in Asia is prompting expectations that livestock will be in increasingly high demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

China's Commitment to U.S. Agriculture Purchases in Doubt
Despite a Chinese promise to buy more U.S. farm products, questions remain over how much, the time frame for purchases, and what the U.S. might have to give in return.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Questions Cloud China's Commitment to Farm Purchases
Despite a Chinese promise to buy more U.S. farm products, questions remain over how much, the time frame for purchases, and what the U.S. might have to give in return.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

IBM Poised for Another Sales Slide Despite Red Hat Deal
IBM is set to report its first earnings after the closing of its $34 billion purchase of open-source software giant Red Hat. Here's what to look for.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

IBM Poised for Another Sales Slide Despite Red Hat Deal: What to Watch
IBM is scheduled to report its first earnings after the closing of its $34 billion purchase of open-source software giant Red Hat. Here's what to look for.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Imagine Flying Coach and Not Hating It
Some airlines are finally paying attention to fliers beyond the high rollers in first and business class. The question is whether it lasts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 16, 2019

Huawei Extends Hot Streak in the Face of U.S. Blacklisting
Huawei's revenue rose 24% during the first nine months of the year, despite a U.S. export blacklisting against the world's largest maker of telecommunication equipment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fed's Daly Still Weighing Her Rate View
San Francisco Fed leader Mary Daly said that while central-bank rate cuts will help keep the economy on a good path, she isn't ready to say whether another rate change is warranted.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

MGM Resorts to Sell Bellagio, Circus Circus Properties in Las Vegas
MGM Resorts International said it is selling two casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, including its landmark Bellagio property, in separate real-estate deals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

United Raises Outlook on Robust Demand
United Airlines profit outstripped expectations as the company raised its earnings estimates for the year amid a surge in bookings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Drug Distributors Are in Talks to Pay $18 Billion to Settle Opioid Litigation
Three major drug distributors are in talks to pay $18 billion to settle sweeping litigation brought by state and local governments blaming them for fueling the opioid crisis, people familiar with the discussions said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Nevada Regulator Seeks to Ban Steve Wynn From State's Casino Industry
Steve Wynn should be banned from Nevada's casino industry because of his alleged sexual misconduct against former employees, according to a state regulator's filing on Monday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

America's Got Talent, Just Not Enough in IT
Six-figure bonuses, outsize equity stakes and the flexibility to work from just about anywhere: These are some of the perks companies are offering IT workers as they compete for talent in a tight labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fed's Mary Daly Says Rate Cuts Should Help Expansion Continue
San Francisco Fed leader Mary Daly said central bank rate cuts should help the Fed get inflation and job growth to levels it wants to see.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Google's Pixel 4 Phone, Smart Speakers Nod to Hardware Hopes
Google showed off additions to its line of smartphones, wireless earbuds and smart speakers in its latest attempt to recharge a segment of its business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Taco Bell Recalls Some Seasoned Beef
Taco Bell said it voluntarily recalled about 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef from its restaurants and distribution sites Friday after a customer reportedly found a metal shaving in an order of food.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Container Carrier MSC Orders Five Giant Box Ships for $762 Million
Mediterranean Shipping Co. will buy five giant container ships from South Korean yard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering in a new sign that ocean cargo carriers are building up their capacity despite falling freight rates and weak trade growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fed Paper Says Negative Rate Policy Can Provide Real Stimulus
Negative interest rates are a viable tool to provide stimulus to economies that need it, and the U.S. might have benefited from using it during the financial crisis, a new report from the San Francisco Fed said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

TikTok to Review Content-Moderation Policy After Censorship Accusation
Video-sharing platform TikTok, under fire for allegedly censoring content to appease China, has hired two former U.S. lawmakers as part of a team to review its content-moderation policy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Germany Won't Ban Huawei from 5G Network
Germany's new draft security requirements for its coming 5G network specify that suppliers must demonstrate "trustworthiness" but don't specifically prohibit Huawei Technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

GM, UAW Move Closer to Agreement That Would End Strike
GM and the United Auto Workers are nearing a contract deal to end a 30-day strike at the company's factories with bargainers moving closer on earlier sticking points and leaders from each side engaging in high-level talks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Peabody to Close Coal Mine Amid Price Drop
The coal producer said it plans to shutter the Wildcat Hills Mine in Saline County, Ill. due to "uneconomic mining conditions."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

GM CEO Barra, UAW Leadership Go to Bargaining Table, Pressing for Deal
GM CEO Mary Barra and President Mark Reuss met with United Auto Workers President Gary Jones Tuesday to iron out issues standing in the way of an end to the 30-day strike.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

GM, UAW Negotiators Are Pressing for a Deal to End 30-Day Strike
GM CEO Mary Barra and President Mark Reuss met with United Auto Workers negotiators at the bargaining table Tuesday, as both sides were pressing for a deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

So You Make $100,000? It Still Might Not Be Enough to Buy a Home.
A record number of six-figure-income families rent, as student debt and meager savings cloud their financial future. Because buying a house was historically a pathway to savings, this phenomenon could exacerbate the nation's wealth gap.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Global Economy on Course for Weakest Growth Since Crisis
Global growth is expected to fall to 3% this year, according to new IMF estimates. The IMF pointed to rising trade barriers that have stunted manufacturing and investment around the world.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Aldi, Lidl Cut Into U.S. Grocers' Turf
German discount chains Aldi and Lidl are capturing a larger share of U.S. grocery bills and pressuring U.S. retailers to respond.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

A Year to Forget for Memory-Chip Makers
Better times for memory-chip makers don't necessarily spell better times for their investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Johnson & Johnson Raises Outlook, Beats Profit Estimates
Johnson & Johnson raised its financial forecast for the rest of 2019 as it reported quarterly results ahead of Wall Street estimates, boosted by gains in its consumer and pharmaceuticals divisions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

UnitedHealth Raises Profit Targets on Higher Sales
UnitedHealth boosted its profit guidance for the year as revenue growth from its network of health services, premiums and health-care plan membership fueled the company's third-quarter performance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Volkswagen Delays Final Approval for Turkey Plant Following Syria Incursion
Automotive giant Volkswagen has delayed final approval for building a new car plant in Turkey, becoming the first major international company to reconsider an investment in the country following its incursion in northern Syria.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Amazon Joins Trend of Sending Workers Away for Health Care
Employers are increasingly going the distance to control health spending, paying to send workers across the country to get medical care and bypassing local health-care providers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

She Fined Tech Giants Billions of Dollars. Now She Wants Sharper Tools.
Margrethe Vestager made a name for herself as Europe's top antitrust enforcer by slapping record fines on U.S. tech companies. Now she says those fines don't work.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Elite M.B.A. Programs Report Steep Drop in Applications
Applications to some of America's most elite business schools fell at a steeper rate this year, as universities struggled to attract international students amid changes to immigration policies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fed's James Bullard Cites Risk of Slowing Economy
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said one of the biggest risks the economy faces is that overall activity might slow more than most now expect.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Chinese Inflation Surges as Pig Prices Fly High
Surging pork prices pushed China's consumer inflation to a near six-year high in September, complicating Beijing's effort to stimulate growth but also giving it an incentive to buy more agricultural goods from the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

A Lot of Women Work in Health Care. But Not at the Top. Why Is That?
The leadership funnel starts contracting very early, and continues to narrow.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 15, 2019

Inside Eli Lilly's Successful Strategy to Promote More Women
The company's old approach wasn't working. So it took one of its business processes and applied it to diversity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

California Governor Calls for Refunds From PG&E After Blackouts
California state officials lambasted PG&E for its handling of last week's planned power shutdown, with a regulator ordering corrective action and Gov. Gavin Newsom calling for rebates to customers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Uber Shedding About 350 Jobs to Shore Up Business
The ride-hailing company says the cuts will hit its food-delivery service Uber Eats and autonomous-driving unit, among other divisions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

SmileDirectClub Shares Hit Low After California Bill
The legislation includes language threatening to make it tougher for the state's residents to buy from the teeth-straightening startup.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Barneys' New Suitor Seeks Tie-Up With Saks
Authentic Brands, the owner of about 50 brands including Nine West and Aéropostale, is preparing a nearly $270 million bid for Barneys with plans to license the brand to Saks Fifth Avenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

WeWork Debacle Highlights Risks of High Valuations Set by Existing Investors
The rise and fall of WeWork's valuation shines a spotlight on the risks of insider-led "up" rounds, in which a firm reinvests in one of its portfolio companies at a higher price tag.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Chinese Tech Mogul Jia Yueting Files for Bankruptcy in U.S.
Jia Yueting, who has been called "the Chinese Elon Musk," filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S., seeking protection from banks and other creditors that are owed as much as $3.6 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Harley-Davidson Halts Electric Motorcycle Production
Harley-Davidson has stopped production and deliveries of its first electric motorcycle after discovering a problem related to the vehicle's charging equipment, a setback for a product the company is counting on to revive sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Barneys Receives $270 Million Bid From Authentic Brands
Authentic Brands is emerging as the likely buyer of Barneys with a nearly $270 million bid after another group's offer fell apart.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Authentic Brands Prepares $270 Million Bid for Barneys
Authentic Brands, the owner of about 50 brands including Nine West and Aéropostale, is emerging as the likely buyer of Barneys after another group's offer fell apart.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Early Blizzard Wallops Vulnerable Crops
Farmers who delayed planting in waterlogged fields this spring face a new threat as they race to harvest their crops: snow.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Saks Owner Joining Authentic Brands in Bid for Barneys
Saks Fifth Avenue's parent company has teamed up with Authentic Brands on a nearly $270 million bid for Barneys. Under the offer, Saks would take over the bankrupt retailer's website, launch Barneys departments in 41 of its stores and potentially take over some Barneys locations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Minnesota's Iron Range Likes Its Miners. A Deadly Brazil Disaster Is Giving It Pause.
Mine-waste dams around the world have drawn new scrutiny after a collapse in Brazil this year killed hundreds. Miners have spent months and millions of dollars re-evaluating the structures, while investors have worked to scrub portfolios and publicize potential risk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

How a Mining Disaster in Brazil Raised Alarms in Minnesota
Mine-waste dams around the world have drawn new scrutiny after a collapse in Brazil this year killed hundreds. Miners have spent months and millions of dollars re-evaluating the structures, while investors have worked to scrub portfolios and publicize potential risk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

'Sense of Dread': How a Mining Disaster in Brazil Raised Alarms in Minnesota
Mine-waste dams around the world have drawn new scrutiny after a collapse in Brazil this year killed hundreds. Miners have spent months and millions of dollars re-evaluating the structures, while investors have worked to scrub portfolios and publicize potential risk.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Boeing's New Chairman a Boardroom Force Familiar With Crises
Boeing's boardroom shakeup puts David Calhoun, a powerful behind-the-scenes figure, in position to control the aerospace giant's response to the 737 MAX crisis, one of the most fraught episodes in the company's history.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Boeing's New Chairman Is a Boardroom Force Familiar With Crises
Boeing's boardroom shakeup puts David Calhoun, a powerful behind-the-scenes figure, in position to control the aerospace giant's response to the 737 MAX crisis, one of the most fraught episodes in the company's history.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Johnson & Johnson's Legal Challenges Mount
Johnson & Johnson faces more than 100,000 lawsuits and is taking many to trial to deter what it sees as more frivolous claims.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Who Pays What in Taxes? The Answer Isn't So Simple.
It is a tax policy question with a seemingly simple answer: Who pays what? In reality, how taxes are distributed across income groups is hotly debated by economists--with enormous policy consequences.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Meredith to Launch Magazine Built Around HGTV's 'Property Brothers'
Meredith Corp. is betting the same playbook that made Magnolia Journal its most successful magazine launch will work for a new title featuring Drew and Jonathan Scott, the hosts of the HGTV series "Property Brothers."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Give Us Your Rich, Europe Tells the U.K.
As rich people in the U.K. fret over Brexit and the possibility of an avowed socialist coming to power, Italy and other European countries are slashing taxes to tempt the jet set to relocate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize in Economics Awarded for Work on Poverty
The Nobel Prize in economics was awarded to a trio of U.S.-based economists—including a married couple—for their "experimental approach to alleviating global poverty."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize in Economics Awarded for Work Alleviating Poverty
The Nobel Prize in economics was awarded Monday to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

Silicon Valley Takes On Amazon's Cashierless 'Go' Stores
Tech startups are challenging the cashierless checkout at Amazon Go stores with their own systems—and are already pitching them to retailers as smarter than partnering with Amazon.com.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Oct 14, 2019

When These Executives Want Candid Advice, They Text
More women leaders say they are creating text-based advisory groups to help them navigate business challenges and get no-fluff advice.

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