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WSJ Asia
Mar 26, 2019

Package Deal: Alibaba Takes Control of Network With Two Million Couriers
The Chinese e-commerce giant has become the majority owner of affiliate Cainiao and plans to invest around $15 billion over five years to build its logistics network.

WSJ Asia
Mar 26, 2019

TPG Group Seeks Buyers for Indonesian Finance Company
An investor group that includes TPG Capital is looking to sell its controlling stake in one of Indonesia's oldest finance companies, in a deal that could value the company at about $1 billion.

WSJ Asia
Mar 26, 2019

U.S. Officials Aim to Ease North Korea Tensions Amid Heated Rhetoric
U.S. officials emphasized the urgency of attempts at diplomacy to ease tensions with North Korea on Tuesday, while the U.S. stepped up sanctions amid an escalating war of words between Washington and Pyongyang.

WSJ Asia
Mar 26, 2019

If This Is a Trade War, China's Winning
In a trade standoff with the West, China is indifferent to complaints over chronic imbalances. It's the behavior of a government that feels confident it has the upper hand.

WSJ Asia
Mar 26, 2019

Could North Korea Actually Shoot Down U.S. Bombers Off Its Coast?
North Korea can better target nearby U.S. aircraft with a new missile system, military analysts said, raising the stakes of any confrontation after Pyongyang warned it might shoot down American bombers in international airspace.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

China Expects 2019 Economic Growth of 6% to 6.5%
China lowered its economic growth target this year to between 6% and 6.5%, bowing to a deepening slowdown that can't be quickly arrested without aggravating debt levels that are already high.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

Stocks Fall as Investors Pause on Trade
Stocks fell, erasing early gains as investors continued to track trade negotiations between the U.S. and China as the two nations appear to inch closer to a pact.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

House Panel Requests Documents From Associates of Trump
Democrats intensified their investigations into President Trump and his associates, with House committees demanding records related to his business dealings, interactions with the Justice Department and communications with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

U.S. Probes Titanium Imports in Possible Tariff Case
The Commerce Department will look into potential national-security risks in imports of the metal at the request of domestic producer Timet.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

China Accuses Detained Canadians of Espionage
China accused two detained Canadians of working together to steal Chinese state secrets, moving ahead with a politically charged investigation seen as retribution for Canada's arrest of a senior Huawei executive.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

North Korea Still Using Uranium-Enrichment Facility, U.N. Agency Says
North Korea is still using a uranium-enrichment facility at the heart of last week's summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the United Nations atomic agency said.

WSJ Asia
Mar 04, 2019

Purdue Pharma Preparing Possible Bankruptcy Filing
Purdue Pharma is working with advisers on a possible bankruptcy filing as it seeks to contain liability from suits alleging it fueled the U.S. opioid epidemic.

WSJ Asia
Mar 03, 2019

U.S., China Close In on Trade Deal
China and the U.S. are in the final stage of completing a trade deal, with Beijing offering to lower tariffs and other restrictions on American farm, chemical, auto and other products and Washington considering removing most, if not all, sanctions levied against Chinese products since last year.

WSJ Asia
Mar 03, 2019

Galaxy S10 Review: Samsung Finally Gets Everything Right
Samsung has long made good hardware, and the Galaxy S10 is its best yet. But for the first time, the company also nailed the software.

WSJ Asia
Mar 03, 2019

Shale Companies, Adding Ever More Wells, Threaten Future of U.S. Oil Boom
Newer wells drilled close to older wells are generally pumping less oil and gas and could permanently hurt output, leading frackers to cut back on the number of sites planned and forecasts on overall production to be trimmed.

WSJ Asia
Mar 03, 2019

Huawei Executive Files Suit Over Canadian Detention
Meng Wanzhou claims her legal rights were violated when she was detained at Vancouver International Airport in December following an extradition arrest request from the U.S.

WSJ Asia
Mar 03, 2019

Xi Jinping Stifles Dissent Amid Concerns About China's Economy
President Xi Jinping, battling a persistent downturn in China's economy, is trying to gird his rule by demanding absolute loyalty from the Communist Party in an effort to stifle simmering dissent.

WSJ Asia
Mar 02, 2019

Trump Says He Was in a 'Horrible Position' Over Otto Warmbier Situation
President Trump lamented his "horrible position" of negotiating with North Korea following the death of Otto Warmbier, after the president drew criticism for saying that he accepted Kim Jong Un's word that he didn't know about Mr. Warmbier's abuse in Pyongyang's captivity.

WSJ Asia
Mar 02, 2019

SpaceX Capsule Lifts Offfor Long-Delayed Test Flight
Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully launched a Crew Dragon capsule on its maiden voyage into orbit without people on board, but technical challenges could delay for months the first trip carrying astronauts.

WSJ Asia
Mar 02, 2019

Canada Allows Extradition of Huawei Executive to Proceed
Canada said the U.S. had presented enough evidence to proceed with the extradition hearing for a Huawei Technologies top executive, clearing the way for a case at the center of tensions between the U.S., China and Canada.

WSJ Asia
Mar 01, 2019

Even Before Trump and Kim Met, Nuclear Talks Had Run Aground
A U.S. team working ahead of the nuclear talks in Hanoi found North Korea wasn't willing to budge, expecting far more than they were prepared to give.

WSJ Asia
Mar 01, 2019

Pakistan Releases Captured Indian Fighter Pilot
Pakistan released a captured Indian fighter pilot on Friday, aiming to end a cycle of retaliatory attacks that brought the nuclear-armed foes close to war and could set a precedent for future clashes.

WSJ Asia
Mar 01, 2019

Lyft's IPO Filing Offers Look at Size, Scope of Ride-Hailing Company
Lyft made its IPO documentation public, a move that fires the starting gun on what's expected to be one of the biggest years for tech IPOs ever.

WSJ Asia
Mar 01, 2019

Amazon to Launch New Grocery Chain
Amazon is planning to open dozens of grocery stores in several major U.S. cities as the retail giant looks to broaden its reach in the food business and touch more aspects of consumers' lives.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

HBO CEO Resigning Amid AT&T Restructuring
HBO Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Plepler said he is stepping down, a move that comes as new owner AT&T Inc. is looking to put its own stamp on the premium cable channel that was part of its $80 billion acquisition of Time Warner.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

U.S., North Korea Trade Blame for Failed Summit
A summit that might have led to North Korea's first tangible disarmament steps faltered because Pyongyang wouldn't freeze all of its weapons programs and sought billions of dollars in sanctions relief, a senior State Department official said.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

Tesla Shifts to Online Sales Model
Tesla is shifting all its global sales online to cut costs as it begins taking orders for the $35,000 version of its Model 3 compact car.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

Chinese Shares Gain Global Sway Thanks to Index Firm's Move
MSCI said it would more than quadruple the contribution of mainland Chinese shares to an influential global benchmark, a move that will make shares in Shanghai and Shenzhen much more important to global investors.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

U.S. Economy Grew 2.6% in the Fourth Quarter
The economy completed one of the best years of a nearly decadelong expansion, growing at a modest pace despite turbulent markets, uncertainties about trade with China and a government shutdown in late December.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

Israel Attorney General to Charge Netanyahu With Bribery, Fraud
Israel's attorney general said he would charge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with bribery, fraud and breach of trust, a move that could imperil the leader's April election bid.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

Pakistan to Release Captured Indian Pilot, Easing Tensions
Pakistan said it would soon release an Indian pilot captured after his jet fighter was shot down near the border, a gesture that appeared to dial back confrontations between the nuclear-armed states.

WSJ Asia
Feb 28, 2019

China's Factory Activity at Lowest Level in Three Years
Activity in China's critical manufacturing sector fell to its lowest level in three years in February, weighed on by weak global demand and the long Lunar New Year holiday.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

India-Pakistan Clash Intensifies With Downed Jets, Captured Pilot
Pakistan and India clashed over their disputed border, with each side saying it had downed a warplane belonging to the other, in a sharp escalation of hostilities.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

Cohen Says Trump Guided Coverup
President Trump and his company's chief financial officer coordinated with Michael Cohen to pay for the silence of a porn star and conceal Mr. Trump's role in the deal, using sham invoices to cover it up, Mr. Cohen alleged in testimony to the House Oversight Committee.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

Senate Panel Takes Aim at China-Funded Education Programs in U.S.
A Senate panel recommended abolishing more than 600 China-funded cultural and language programs in the U.S. unless Beijing provides equal access for American public diplomacy efforts in China.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

'There's No Money Right Now': China's Building Boom Hits a Great Wall of Debt
A building splurge in an impoverished pocket of rural China ended in half-finished projects and a trail of angry investors from some of the country's wealthiest areas.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

U.S. Drops Threat of 25% Tariffs on Chinese Goods
In the strongest sign yet that an accord is near, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said the U.S. was abandoning for now its threat to raise tariffs to 25% on $200 billion of Chinese goods.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

Prosecutors Seek Long Prison Term for Cardinal Pell in Sex-Abuse Case
Prosecutors sought a lengthy prison term for the Vatican's former finance chief, Cardinal George Pell, who was found guilty of sexually abusing two choirboys in Australia decades ago.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari Wins Re-Election on Anticorruption Drive
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari won a second term at the helm of Africa's largest economy and top oil producer, the country's electoral commission said, after a fractious poll marred by delays and accusations of fraud.

WSJ Asia
Feb 27, 2019

Foreigners Snap Up Smaller China Stocks Ahead of MSCI Move
Foreign investors have piled into shares of technology-focused companies and other smaller stocks in China, encouraged by their likely inclusion in MSCI's global benchmarks.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

Master of Summits: Kim's Journey From 'Little Rocket Man' to 'We're in Love'
When President Trump sits down this week for a second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, he will face a young dictator who has grown in outward confidence as a negotiator since their last meeting.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

U.S. Takes Huawei Fight Directly to Telecom Industry
U.S. officials came to the world's largest telecom trade fair to press allies to exclude Huawei equipment from next-generation cellular networks, calling the Chinese company's gear a security risk.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

CME Electronic Futures Trading Halted Due to 'Technical Issues'
Exchange operator CME Group said electronic trading across its futures markets was halted late Tuesday evening due to "technical issues" and that it is trying to fix the problem.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

House Votes to Block Trump's Border-Emergency Declaration
The House voted to block the White House from redirecting federal funds toward building a border wall, and the Senate inched closer to doing the same, raising the specter of President Trump exercising his veto power for the first time.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

U.K.'s May Paves Way for Brexit Delay
Prime Minister Theresa May will allow parliament to vote on delaying the U.K.'s exit from the EU if lawmakers reject her divorce agreement, greatly reducing the possibility of an exit without a deal.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

Pakistan Says Indian Jets Dropped Bombs but Caused No Damage
Indian aircraft crossed into Pakistan and dropped bombs but caused no damage, Pakistan's military said Tuesday, amid tensions between the two countries about a recent militant attack in India-controlled Kashmir.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

Avocados and Olives Cost More Because Fat Is In Fashion
Farmers around the globe are struggling to keep up with an increasing global appetite for fats that are perceived as healthy, leading to long-term disruptions in food prices.

WSJ Asia
Feb 26, 2019

Cardinal George Pell Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Choirboys
The most senior Vatican official to ever stand trial on child sex-abuse charges was found guilty of assaulting two choirboys at a church in his former diocese.

WSJ Asia
Feb 25, 2019

SEC Asks Manhattan Federal Court to Hold Musk in Contempt
The Securities and Exchange Commission says in a court filing that a Feb. 19 tweet regarding projected production volumes in 2019 violated terms of a prior settlement.

WSJ Asia
Feb 25, 2019

Iran's Foreign Minister Resigns, Clouding 2015 Nuclear Deal
Iran's top diplomat, an architect of the landmark nuclear deal, resigned on Monday, hobbling the relatively moderate government of Hassan Rouhani and its chances of keeping the pact alive.

WSJ Asia
Feb 25, 2019

How North Korea's Economy Defies Sanctions
Indicators show day-to-day commerce in the country has remained resilient, rice prices are stable and gasoline prices have eased. There are even signs of growing entrepreneurialism in markets that carry domestically made goods.

WSJ Asia
Feb 25, 2019

U.S. Firms Dial Back China Plans Amid Trade Fight
U.S. companies are planning their lowest rate of expansion in China since 2016 in response to growing uncertainty about U.S.-China relations and a slowing Chinese economy.

WSJ Asia
Feb 25, 2019

Behind Vale's Deadly Dam Collapse: Multiple Warnings That Went Unheeded
For months, signs of danger raised worries among inspectors about the safety of a giant mine-dam perched over a town in Brazil. And yet the safety firm, worried about losing business, blessed the structure. Prosecutors are now looking into collusion between Vale and the contract inspector.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Trump to Delay Tariff Increases on Chinese Imports
President Trump said Sunday he would delay an increase in tariffs on Chinese goods, citing what he called substantial progress on issues including intellectual property and technology transfer.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Trump's North Korea Summit Goal: Lock In the Steps to Denuclearization
At President Trump and Kim Jong Un's second summit in Hanoi, U.S. goals include getting North Korea to agree to freeze weapons of mass destruction and missile programs, and settling on a definition of denuclearization.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Bangladeshi Commandos Kill Man Suspected of Hijacking Flight to Dubai
All passengers and crew aboard a Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight to Dubai were safely evacuated after military commandos killed a man who attempted to hijack the plane.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Popular Apps Cease Sharing Data With Facebook
Popular health and fitness apps scrambled to stop sending sensitive personal information to Facebook after The Wall Street Journal reported Friday many were transmitting detailed information about topics including their users' weight and menstrual cycles.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Maduro's Opposition Urges Military Force in Venezuela
Venezuela's opposition called for the first time on the international community to consider the use of military force against President Nicolás Maduro, escalating a standoff after a weekend showdown over humanitarian aid ended in violence.

WSJ Asia
Feb 24, 2019

Huawei's Foldable Smartphone Raises the Bar---and Price Tag
Just days after Samsung Electronics launched the industry's first mainstream foldable-screen smartphone, China's Huawei Technologies upped the ante with a competing device with an even more stratospheric price tag.

WSJ Asia
Feb 23, 2019

Violence Erupts in Venezuela Border Showdown
A high-stakes effort to deliver aid into Venezuela despite a military blockade descended into violence Saturday, with hundreds injured and more than 60 National Guard forces defecting to Colombia.

WSJ Asia
Feb 23, 2019

Buffett's Kraft Heinz Bet Dragged Down Berkshire Hathaway
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway swung to a $25.4 billion loss in the fourth quarter due to an unexpected write-down at Kraft Heinz and unrealized investment losses.

WSJ Asia
Feb 23, 2019

At Trump-Kim Summit, Vietnam Blazes Trail for North Korea
When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets President Trump in Hanoi, the venue itself will carry a message for the dictator: Cooperate with the U.S. and you will open the door to an economic transformation like Vietnam's.

WSJ Asia
Feb 23, 2019

Paul Manafort Committed 'Bold' Crimes, Mueller's Team Says
Special counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors endorsed a stiff punishment for the former Trump campaign chairman, in a memo unsealed Saturday.

WSJ Asia
Feb 23, 2019

At Trump-Kim Summit, Host Vietnam Blazes Trail for North Korea
When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets President Trump in Hanoi, the venue itself will carry a message for the dictator: Cooperate with the U.S. and you will open the door to an economic transformation like Vietnam's.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

Trump Administration Curbs Funding for Clinics Providing Abortions
Health clinics that provide on-site abortions, or refer women for the procedure, are set to lose millions of dollars in federal family-planning funds, according to a new Trump administration rule.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

U.S.-Huawei Fight to Take Center Stage at Trade Show
A large delegation of U.S. officials is heading to Spain for the world's largest telecommunications trade show, planning to ratchet up a monthslong offensive against Huawei that has produced mixed results.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

History Shows Stock Rally Could Have More Legs
U.S. stocks extended their winning streak to nine consecutive weeks and are on track for their biggest early-year advance in three decades, a dramatic turnaround that has given investors renewed faith in the nearly 10-year bull market.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

China Trade Talks Extended as Trump Pushes to Close Deal
President Trump, citing progress in U.S.-China trade talks, said he is looking at extending a deadline to raise tariffs and hoping to meet next month with Chinese leader Xi Jinping to complete a broad trade agreement.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

It Shook the Food Business by Snagging Burger King, Kraft and Heinz. Now 3G Is Reeling.
The Brazilian investment firm burst onto the scene a decade ago with a string of acquisitions, and then cut costs using a hard-nosed budgeting tactic to create efficient production machines. Now, after transforming the American consumer landscape, its strategy appears to be running out of juice.

WSJ Asia
Feb 22, 2019

Apps Send Sensitive User Information Directly to Facebook
Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including personal health information. Unbeknown to most people, in many cases that data is being shared with someone else: Facebook.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

Massive Fire in Bangladesh's Capital Kills at Least 70 People
A fire swept through a mixed residential and commercial area of Dhaka, leaving dozens dead and renewing concerns over industrial safety in one of the world's most densely populated cities.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

U.S. Bets on China's Special Envoy
As U.S.-China trade talks reach a pivotal point, the Trump administration is counting on the Chinese leader's special envoy, Liu He, to get Beijing to accept tough new strictures that are increasingly controversial in Beijing.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

U.S. Campaign Against Huawei Runs Aground in an Exploding Tech Market
The Chinese company's low prices outweigh spying concerns for many countries ramping up 5G spending, in particular the pivotal internet economy of India. "The perception here is that the U.S. action is more a matter of foreign policy."

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

Apple, Goldman Sachs Team Up on Credit Card Paired With iPhone
The companies hope to lure cardholders by offering them extra features on Apple's Wallet app, which will let them set spending goals, track their rewards and manage their balances.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

Malaysia Orders Arrest of Ex-Leader Najib's Former Media Adviser
Paul Stadlen, a British national who worked for former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, is facing money-laundering charges over $3.5 million that was allegedly linked to his former boss, a government prosecutor said.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

WHO Reacts to Chinese Gene-Edited Twins With Plan for Global Guidelines
The World Health Organization established a new committee to set guidelines for scientists editing human DNA, just months after the controversial births of the world's first gene-edited babies in China.

WSJ Asia
Feb 21, 2019

Iranian Group Blamed for Cyberattack on Australia's Parliament
The focus and pattern of the attack this month is compatible with the activity of an Iranian state actor, a U.S. cyber research company alleged.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

China Starts the Year With a Corporate Bond Boom
Companies have rushed to sell new bonds in China this year, as Beijing loosens financial conditions to shore up businesses in a weakening economy.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

Massive Fire in Bangladesh's Capital Kills at Least 69 People
A devastating fire tore through at least five buildings in an old section of Dhaka and killed at least 69 people, an official and witnesses said.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

New Samsung Phone Folds in Half, And Costs Nearly $2,000
The world's largest smartphone maker unveiled the industry's first mainstream foldable-screen smartphone, in a radical design change that sends the industry's pricing model soaring to new heights.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

Michael Cohen to Testify at Open House Hearing Feb. 27
Michael Cohen agreed to go before the House Oversight Committee in what is expected to be an explosive hearing about his decade working for Donald Trump, and why he has implicated the president in federal crimes.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

The U.S. and China Fear Their Leaders Will Cave In on Trade Battle
Despite their sharp differences in style, background and policies, Chinese leader Xi Jinping and President Trump share a common problem: growing concerns on the home front that they are going to cave in to the other side.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

Coast Guard Lieutenant Arrested in Alleged Domestic Terror Plot
A U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant and white nationalist was arrested after authorities said they found more than a dozen firearms, ammunition and a hit list of Democratic lawmakers, activists and media personalities in his Maryland home.

WSJ Asia
Feb 20, 2019

Deutsche Bank Lost $1.6 Billion on a Bond Bet
One of the banking industry's biggest soured bets since the financial crisis involved a complex municipal-bond investment. Warren Buffett was enmeshed in the deal.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

Trump Eases Off Hard Deadline for China Tariffs
President Trump gave his firmest indication yet that the U.S. may not increase tariffs on Chinese goods on March 1, as scheduled, despite statements by his top trade official that the U.S. should stick to a firm deadline.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

In Rebuke to U.S., Germany Considers Letting Huawei In
Germany is leaning toward letting the Chinese tech giant participate in building its high-speed internet infrastructure despite U.S. warnings.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's Creative Force, Dies
German designer Karl Lagerfeld, who dominated high fashion for decades and reinvigorated French couture house Chanel as creative director, has died.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

Investors Sound Warning About Markets' Complacency on Rates
Stocks and bonds are rising on bets the Fed has ended its interest-rate increases, worrying investors who believe the central bank could upend those expectations later this year.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

Kim Jong Un Purges Wealthy Elite and Critics of Outreach to U.S.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has exiled, imprisoned or executed some 50 to 70 people and seized assets as he eliminates critics of his outreach to the U.S. and the South and targets the moneyed elite, says a report.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

States File Suit Against Trump Administration Over Wall Emergency
Sixteen states on Monday filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's national-emergency declaration to pay for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, setting up a showdown with the administration that could go to the Supreme Court and last through the 2020 election.

WSJ Asia
Feb 19, 2019

HSBC's 2018 Profit Misses Analysts' Expectations
HSBC's full-year profit fell short of analysts' expectations, despite higher deposit revenue from Asia.

WSJ Asia
Feb 18, 2019

As China Talks Resume, Trump Seeks a Win on Trade
As trade negotiations with China resume, the Trump administration is racing to strike a deal that will result in long-term reforms—and prove that tariffs are an effective battering ram to open markets around the world.

WSJ Asia
Feb 18, 2019

Key Investors Are Unhappy With SoftBank Fund
Two big outside investors in the Vision Fund, the $100 billion tech-investment fund managed by SoftBank, are worried transfers of stakes between SoftBank and the fund at high valuations could set up future losses.

WSJ Asia
Feb 18, 2019

In a Volatile World, Europe Struggles to Find Its Voice
Alarmed by the erosion of the post-Cold War order, Europeans are grasping at ways to influence a world in which Russia, China and the U.S. under President Trump are all fighting for predominance.

WSJ Asia
Feb 18, 2019

Apple's Executive Shake-Up Readies Company for Life After iPhone
Apple is shaking up leadership and reordering priorities across its services, artificial intelligence, hardware and retail divisions as it works to reduce the company's reliance on iPhone sales.

WSJ Asia
Feb 17, 2019

Investors Get Burned After Betting on Electric-Car Metals
Those who bet on metals used in electric cars and smartphones are feeling the pain as cobalt and lithium prices keep dropping.

WSJ Asia
Feb 17, 2019

Democrats Ready to Challenge Trump's Emergency Move
Democrats signaled they are gearing up to challenge President Trump's use of his emergency powers to fund construction of a wall along the southern U.S. border, which would likely tie up implementation of one of his core campaign promises.

WSJ Asia
Feb 17, 2019

'Spreading Like a Poison': Anti-Semitic Incidents Increase in France
A spate of anti-Semitic incidents has accompanied France's yellow-vest protests in recent weeks, raising fears that the movement is stirring up hatred in the nation that is home to Europe's largest Jewish population.

WSJ Asia
Feb 17, 2019

The Tech Whiz Behind Vine and HQ Trivia Made Millions in His 20s. He Was Dead by 34
Self-taught coder Colin Kroll shot to startup fame, allowing him to live life in a fast lane. Friends saw him as a gentle, endearingly awkward soul, but he also fought with colleagues, attracted negative press for his behavior at work and struggled with drugs and alcohol.

WSJ Asia
Feb 16, 2019

Amazon Leaves New York but Not the Spotlight
Amazon's sudden move to abandon plans for a new campus in New York ends the protests in the city but doesn't remove the national scrutiny being placed on the company.

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