NEWS: WALL STREET JOURNAL US BUSINESS
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: WALL STREET JOURNAL US BUSINESS
Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

The Hidden Status Battles That Can Roil the Office
When bosses offer promotions and other rewards, they may not realize the conflicts they're unleashing on teams.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Coca-Cola's Game Plan: Reformulate and Expand
CFO Kathy Waller discusses on how the company wants to move beyond its name.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Facebook Battles New Criticism After Indictment Against Russians
Facebook is contending with a new wave of criticism prompted by the indictment detailing how Russia manipulated social-media platforms—and by a Facebook executive's attempts to address the issue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

'Black Panther' Roars to Top of Box Office
With an estimated opening of $235 million in the U.S. and Canada, "Black Panther" was another blockbuster success for Walt Disney Co.'s Marvel Studios but also a breakthrough for movies with primarily black casts..

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Oil Producers Buy Back Shares After Years of Selling New Stock
North American energy producers survived the recent oil bust in large part by selling more than $60 billion of new stock. Now they're beginning to buy it back.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

The iPhone Is Losing Out to Chinese Devices in Asia
The iPhone X's steep price opens the door to cheaper options in Asian markets, and Chinese smartphone brands Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo are grabbing market share.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Why Was Facebook So Easy to Hijack?
Experts offer a lesson in how Facebook and other networks through history became hierarchies, as individuals got more influence.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Private Trades in Spotify Shares to Play Role in Debut
Spotify AB is counting on its surging private-market value to bolster the music-streaming service's appeal to investors in an unorthodox public debut that could be the biggest since Snap Inc.'s $20 billion IPO last year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Macron Law Jolts French Labor Market
Some of France's largest employers are seizing on President Emmanuel Macron's labor-system overhaul to undertake mass layoffs, heralding a sea change for a country that has long coddled its workforce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

In Cutting Time to Market, Toy Companies Try On Fast-Fashion's Approach
Toy companies are mimicking the moves of fast-fashion retailers as they scramble to produce toys and games tied to the swift rise and fall of trends driven by social media.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Iranian Airline Bought U.S. Jet Parts Through Front Firms
An Iranian airline under sanctions by the U.S. for ferrying weapons and fighters into Syria repeatedly bought U.S.-made jet engines and parts through Turkish front companies over the past several years, most recently in December, federal investigators said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

Novartis' 41-Year-Old CEO Steers Drug Maker Back to R&D
Vasant Narasimhan, the 41-year-old chief executive at Novartis AG, is vowing data science and digital technologies will revolutionize the company's drug-development pipeline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 19, 2018

The World's Biggest Miners Emerge From Their Hole
The world's biggest mining companies are again poised to shower investors with billions of dollars and make deals, a turnaround fueled by the global economy's renewed appetite for raw materials and by the burgeoning electric-vehicle market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Fed Chairman Powell Taps Two Senior Advisers
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has tapped two monetary policy specialists to serve as senior advisers, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

'Black Panther' Album on Track for Heroic Opening Week
"Black Panther: The Album" is set to deliver the strongest album debut for a Walt Disney Co. movie in at least five years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

For Tech Giants, Halting Russian Meddling Won't Be Easy
The U.S. indictment handed down against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won't be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Like Peter Thiel, Tech Workers Feel Alienated by Silicon Valley 'Echo Chamber'
Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel has said he plans to leave Silicon Valley in part because of its perceived cultural uniformity, joining other investors who have defected from the nation's high-tech cradle.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

What the Price of Ham Tells Us About Spain's Economy
Spain is shaking off one of its worst downturns in decades and splurging on goods recently considered extravagant, including the ultimate Spanish gastronomic luxury: free-range, acorn-fed Iberian ham.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Like Peter Thiel, VCs Feel Alienated by Silicon Valley 'Echo Chamber'
Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel has said he plans to leave Silicon Valley in part because of its perceived cultural uniformity, joining other entrepreneurs and investors who have defected away from the nation's high-tech cradle.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Novartis CEO Steers Drug Maker Back to R&D
Vasant Narasimhan, the 41-year-old chief executive at Novartis AG, is vowing data science and digital technologies will revolutionize the company's drug-development pipeline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

For Tech Giants, Halting Russian Meddling Isn't Easy
The U.S. indictment handed down against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won't be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

What the Price Ham Tells Us About Spain's Economy
Spain is shaking off one of its worst downturns in decades and splurging on goods recently considered extravagant, including the ultimate Spanish gastronomic luxury: free-range, acorn-fed Iberian ham.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Silicon Valley Has a New Investment Opportunity: Your Home
Companies including some backed by Silicon Valley venture-capital firms and Mark Zuckerberg's nonprofit are experimenting with a product that essentially lets them take an ownership position in a house along with the homeowner.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

In Cutting Time to Market, Toy Companies Try On Fast Fashion
Toy companies are mimicking the moves of fast-fashion retailers as they scramble to produce toys and games tied to the swift rise and fall of trends driven by social media.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 18, 2018

Budget Likely to Deliver Hefty Business to Defense Companies
The recent budget deal has handed U.S. defense companies an extra $75 billion over the next two years as the Pentagon boosts spending on aircraft, missiles, tanks and maintaining older equipment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 17, 2018

The Benefits, and Costs, of Higher Metal Tariffs
Aluminum and steel producers hope tariffs under consideration by the Trump administration will heat up demand for their products, but the U.S. remains an expensive place to make the metals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 17, 2018

Budget Deal Likely to Deliver Hefty Business to Defense Companies
The recent budget deal has handed U.S. defense companies an extra $75 billion over the next two years as the Pentagon boosts spending on aircraft, missiles, tanks and maintaining older equipment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Judge Is Asked to Disallow Trump Bias Claims in AT&T Merger Trial
The Justice Department asked a federal judge not to allow AT&T Inc.'s defense of its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Inc. to include a claim that the Trump administration improperly challenged the deal for political reasons.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Weighs Tariffs, Quotas on Metals Imports
The Trump administration said it is considering sweeping new limits on imports of steel and aluminum as the next phase of its "America First" economic policies, playing down warnings from economists and allies about the risks of higher prices and trade wars.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Steve Wynn Will Lose Hundreds of Millions in Severance Amid Sexual-Misconduct Claims
Billionaire casino executive Steve Wynn won't be getting severance from the company he founded, Wynn Resorts, following his resignation as chairman and CEO after sexual misconduct allegations were detailed in a Wall Street Journal investigation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

For the Federal Reserve, a New Chief but Same Rate Path
Jerome Powell is stressing continuity as he takes over as Fed chairman, which suggests the central bank will keep gradually raising interest rates this year, unperturbed by recent market volatility and signs of firming inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

The Rise of the Jumbo Student Loan
Most borrowers who left college or graduate school owing at least $50,000 in student loans in 2010 had failed to pay down any of their debt four years later, according to a study by the Brookings Institution.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Mattel Ditches High-Tech Barbies, Goes Back to Basics
Mattel Chief Executive Margo Georgiadis is shutting down products with extraneous technology from its Barbie lineup and elsewhere in the toy maker's portfolio.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Olympics Audience Shrinks, But NBC Touts Win
The verdict is in for the first week of the Winter Olympics: Viewership is down. That isn't stopping NBC from claiming gold.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

'Black Panther' or 'Monster Hunt 2': Moviegoers Face a Choice This Weekend
More Chinese-made movies are trickling in to U.S. theaters, as Hollywood studios look to forge closer ties to China's increasingly powerful industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Weighs Tariffs and Quotas on Steel, Aluminum Imports
The Trump administration said it was considering broad-based tariffs and quotas to curb imports of steel and aluminum to protect national security, though officials stressed that the ultimate policy could be considerably more limited.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Coca-Cola Betting Big on Smaller Packages
Coca-Cola Co. is betting that smaller packages that command higher prices will boost sales in the company's struggling soda business this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Steve Wynn Won't Get Up to $330 Million in Severance From His Casino Company
Billionaire casino executive Steve Wynn won't be getting severance from the company he founded, Wynn Resorts, following his resignation as chairman and CEO after sexual misconduct allegations were detailed in a Wall Street Journal investigation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Qualcomm Presses Broadcom After Meeting
Qualcomm said while it is open to further discussions with Broadcom it remains against the company's "best and final" takeover offer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Big Food Faces Pressure as Consumers Seek Fresh Meals, Snacks
Food makers' earnings show they remain under pressure as consumers hunt for healthier meals and snacks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Ghosn Takes Huge Pay Cut to Stay at Renault
Renaul's Carlos Ghosn took a steep pay cut after agreeing to remain at the helm of the French car maker for another four years, bowing to a campaign by the French government, one of its main shareholders, against high executive pay.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

What Stores Do With $90 Billion in Merchandise Returns
Retailers rang up their strongest holiday sales since 2011, but now they have to figure out what to do with an estimated $90 billion in returned holiday sales of apparel, electronics and sporting goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

The Robots Are Coming for Garment Workers
Automation is finally invading the garment industry, transforming sweatshops and putting people out of work in poor countries like Bangladesh. For the U.S., that means lower prices and new domestic production possibilities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Movies Made in China Trickle Into U.S. Theaters
Just in time for Lunar New Year, when movie-going is popular in China, four Chinese-made movies are set for release in the U.S. as Hollywood forges more ties with the world's next top box-office market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Import Prices Rise in January
Prices for foreign-made goods imported to the U.S. rose in January, driven by a broad range of product price increases and capping a week of solid inflation readings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

How 'Fortnite' Defied Convention and Became a Hit
"Fortnite" wasn't a big hit when it first came out as a $40 game. To attract players, Epic Games made an unusual decision: create a free version.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Consumer Sentiment Rebounds in February
U.S. households' confidence in the economic outlook rebounded this month, as a gauge of consumer sentiment hit its second-highest level since 2004.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Newell CEO Defends Management Amid Activist Calls for Change
Newell Brands CEO Mike Polk, facing a proxy fight with an activist investor seeking to oust him and the entire board, said a bruising retail environment and not management missteps are behind the company's recent woes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Deere Sees Strong Equipment Demand This Year
Deere & Co. raised sales forecasts for its farm and construction equipment this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

Jumbo Loans Are New Threat in U.S. Student Debt Market
Most borrowers who left college or graduate school owing at least $50,000 in student loans in 2010 had failed to pay down any of their debt four years later, according to a study by the Brookings Institution.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Home Construction Rose 9.7% in January
U.S. home builders broke ground briskly in January, a development that could kick-start economic growth and ease a run-up in home prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Publishers Warm to Google's Ad Blocker, but Chafe at Company's Power
Publishers are greeting the launch of Google's ad blocker with a mixture of relief and unease, pleased that it is purging intrusive ads but worried over the internet giant's power to quickly overhaul the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

At Thomson Reuters, Tensions Between Family and Board Ratchet Up With Blackstone Deal
The board of Thomson Reuters recently pressed ahead with plans to sell a piece of its business to Blackstone Group despite its chairman's concerns that the company might not be getting the best price.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Inspector General Opens Probe of FCC's Easing of Media-Ownership Rules
A federal inspector general has agreed to investigate actions by federal regulators that might benefit Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. in its efforts to buy Tribune Media Co., according to a top congressman who requested the probe.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Federal Judge Rejects Government Loan for Puerto Rico Utility
A federal judge has rejected a $550 million loan to keep Puerto Rico's troubled electric utility in operation, threatening the island with more power outages at a time when it is trying to recover from last summer's devastating hurricanes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Kraft Heinz Hints at Appetite for Deals
Kraft Heinz Co. hinted at plans to do more deals. In a presentation to investors, Chief Executive Bernardo Hees said big food makers like Kraft Heinz face pressure to consolidate to confront changing consumer demands for fresher food and more snacks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Avis Budget's Largest Investor Launches Board-Seat Fight
The largest investor in Avis Budget Group Inc. is launching a fight to shake up the car-rental car company's board of directors, a ratcheting up of several years of tension between the two.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

CBS Revenue Up 11% on Higher Fees for Content
CBS Corp.'s revenue rose 11% as it pulled in more money from pay-TV distributors, content licensing and its own direct-to-consumer streaming services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

GE Moves to Sell First Part of Lighting Business
General Electric reached a deal to sell parts of its overseas lighting business to a former executive for an undisclosed amount, the first move for the conglomerate to separate with one of its oldest and most iconic businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Roche to Acquire Healthcare-Software Company Flatiron for $1.9 Billion
Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Roche Holding S.A. agreed to buy the shares of oncology software company Flatiron Health Inc. that it doesn't already own for $1.9 billion, increasing its capabilities in cancer medicines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Trucking Rates Come Down a Bit but Problems Persist for Shippers
Manufacturers and retailers are enjoying a breather from soaring trucking costs, but many shippers say lingering problems in booking big rigs point to more turmoil ahead.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Tech Luminary Peter Thiel Parts Ways With Silicon Valley
Billionaire investor Peter Thiel is relocating his home and personal investment firms to Los Angeles from San Francisco and scaling back his involvement in the tech industry, people familiar with his thinking said, marking a rupture between Silicon Valley and its most prominent conservative.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

There's a Boom in Airline Travel, and Jet Makers Are Making the Most of It
Airbus SE and rival Boeing Co. are cashing in on the increasing numbers of airline passengers because the rise is leading carriers to order more planes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Airbus Sees Higher Profits Ahead as Airlines Order More Planes
Airbus SE and rival Boeing Co. are cashing in on the increasing numbers of airline passengers because the rise is leading carriers to order more planes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

A Profit at Sears? (There's a Catch)
Sears said in a regulatory filing that comparable-store sales fell 15.6% in its latest quarter, but that it expects recent U.S. tax law changes to help it post a profit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

White House Adviser Cohn Downplays Concerns Over Rising Inflation, Bond Yields
Trump's top economic adviser Gary Cohn dismissed worries that recent tax cuts and other stimulus would provide an excessive growth boost that causes inflation and eventually derails the economic expansion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Mnuchin Says IRS to Release New Tax Withholding Calculator Next Week
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the IRS will release a new calculator next week that allows taxpayers to double-check the amount that should be withheld from their paychecks under the new tax law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

U.S. Factory Output Flat Again in January
U.S. industries cut output for the first time since last summer in January, suggesting key sectors of the economy remain subdued despite other signs of economic strength.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

U.S. Industrial Production Fell 0.1%
U.S. industries cut output for the first time since last summer in January, suggesting key sectors of the economy remain stuck in modest growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

U.S. Producer Prices Returned to Upward Path in January
U.S. producer prices rose in January, the latest sign of building inflation pressure in the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Tax Law Forces Revamps for Agriculture Firms
Ethanol makers and family-owned grain companies are setting up agricultural cooperatives to benefit from a provision in the new tax law that gives farmers larger tax savings for selling crops to that kind of business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Airbus Shares Soar as It Cashes In on Growing Demand for Jets
Shares in Airbus soared 11% after the European plane maker signaled it was starting to cash in on higher plane production and joined rival Boeing in promising to build even more airliners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Talking Taxes: How to Hold On to More of Your Dough
The new tax rules have already taken effect. But they won't show up on tax returns until early in 2019. What's changing for individuals? The latest video in our Talking Taxes series breaks it all down for you, in bite-size pieces.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

AT&T Focuses on DOJ Official in Time Warner Trial
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Nestlé Sales Growth Weakens to Slowest in Decades
Sluggish U.S. demand limited Nestlé's sales growth to its slowest pace in decades last year, underscoring the challenge facing the consumer goods giant as it tries to reposition itself as a nimble provider of healthy food and drinks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 15, 2018

Airbus Reaps Rewards of Rising Plane Production
Shares in Airbus soared 9% after the European plane maker signaled it was starting to cash in on higher plane production and joined rival Boeing Co. in promising to build even more airliners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

AT&T Focuses on DOJ Antitrust Chief in Time Warner Trial
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

U.K. Says Russia Behind Cyberattack That Crippled Global Firms
British officials blamed Russia for last June's massive "Petya" cyberattack, which crippled computer networks at multinational firms including FedEx Corp., container-ship giant A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S and pharmaceutical firm Merck & Co.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Cisco to Bring $67 Billion to U.S. After New Tax Law
Cisco Systems Inc. plans to bring $67 billion of its foreign cash holdings to the U.S. this quarter following recent changes to U.S. tax law, in one of the largest repatriation plans yet revealed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Analysis: Fed May Lift Rates With Confidence as Inflation Shows Signs of Life
The Federal Reserve is likely to welcome new signs of firming inflation, which should bolster its resolve to gradually raise interest rates this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Google Will Block Spammy Ads (Just Not Many of Its Own)
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Inflation Starts to Make a Comeback
U.S. consumer prices rose a more-than-expected 2.1% in January from a year earlier, a further sign inflation is firming after a long run of softness.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Forbes Will Pay All of Its Contributors, but Purge the Worst
Forbes has a new message for its network of largely unpaid contributors: Only the strong will survive, but they'll be paid.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Valentine's Day Roses Hit Unexpected Snag: Trade Boom
A logistical logjam with global airborne trade threatened to scupper the most profitable—and romantic—time of the year for one of the world's top rose exporters: Kenya.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

U.S. to Block Tax-Law Loophole on 'Carried Interest'
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the government will act within two weeks to block a hedge-fund maneuver around part of the new tax law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

How Google Benefits From Its Efforts to Block 'Annoying' Ads
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Mulvaney's Real Target: Government, Not Deficits
President Donald Trump's budget director, Mick Mulvaney, says he is a deficit hawk, but he is about to preside over a historic rise in the budget deficit due in great part to a tax cut he and Mr. Trump enthusiastically supported.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Bunge: Agricultural Firms Need More Than Deals for Profitability
Grain trading firm Bunge reported a quarterly loss, and its CEO said agricultural firms can't count on deals alone to boost profitability as the farm economy struggles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

How Kenya's Roses Almost Missed Valentine's Day
A logistical logjam with global airborne trade threatened to scupper the most profitable—and romantic—time of the year for one of the world's top rose exporters: Kenya.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

How Google Influenced the Web's Effort to Block 'Annoying' Ads
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

To Fill Jobs in a Tight Labor Market, Employers May Need to Get Creative
Employers, educators and policy makers are wrestling with how best to transfer workers' current skills into digital-ready skills and then prepare them for new opportunities. Answers are needed as jobs need to be filled.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Why That Blockbuster Isn't Coming to Your Home Theater Anytime Soon
Hollywood studios' push to make movies available for home viewing sooner after theatrical release at a premium price is a casualty of Walt Disney Co.'s deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox Inc.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Dr Pepper Snapple Sales Are Flat as It Plans for Keurig Merger
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. reported flat revenue in its fourth quarter, a few weeks after Keurig Green Mountain announced it was buying the soda giant for nearly $19 billion in cash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

How Much of Your $355 Ticket Is Profit for Airlines?
For airlines, it still takes a lot to make a little. Tickets cover costs, but baggage fees, seat fees, reservation-change fees and just about every other nickel-and-diming that aggravates customers are what boost the bottom line.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Nordstrom Family Tries to Outrun Retail's Woes
Nordstrom's founding family is reinventing their department stores as they restart talks with bankers about financing a buyout—but is the family's vision enough to survive the industry's calamities?

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Trump Mulls Tariffs, Quotas on Foreign Steel
President Trump told lawmakers Tuesday that he is eyeing "tariffs and/or quotas" as a way of restricting U.S. imports of steel and aluminum on national-security grounds, but he acknowledged concerns that blocking metal imports could lead to price increases for U.S. industries that use the metals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Consumer Prices Jump in Sign of Firming Inflation
U.S. consumer prices rose a more-than-expected 2.1% in January from a year earlier, a further sign inflation is firming after a long run of softness.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

U.S. Retail Sales Declined 0.3% in January
Retail and food-services sales—a measure of consumer spending at U.S. stores, restaurants and websites—declined a seasonally adjusted 0.3% in January

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

Sky's Soccer Rights Deal Puts Pressure on Fox to Raise Bid
Sky shares rose above the price that 21st Century Fox offered for the British pay-TV giant for the first time since the bid, putting pressure on Rupert Murdoch's Fox to increase the figure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 14, 2018

AT&T Targets DOJ Antitrust Chief in Time Warner Fight
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

TRENDING TAGS
TrumpPresident Latest budget Tax shooting
marketstocks GLOBAL European Oil Stock
StocksOil European Markets Bloomberg dollar
World& Report Traits Could Make
YorkPost flight NY job limbo
timeBusiness Financial policy Costco Bitcoin
PartnersEnergy LP LNG Q4 Earnings
Europeanstocks surge fades dollar Markets
Businessbuys International Times How Got
probeBank Latvia central ECB detained

NEWS SOURCES
Top News (Business News)
Accounting Today
AdWeek News
Banking Business Review
Barron's This Week Magazine
Barron's Up and Down Wall Street Daily
Brad Ideas
Chicago Tribune Business News
CNBC Business
CNBC Economy
CNBC Finance
CNN/Money
CNN/Money Real Estate News
Dismal.com: Analysis
Dismal.com: Indicators
Enterprise Application News
Entrepreneur.com
Forbes Headlines
Forbes Social Media News
FT.com - China, Economy & Trade
FT.com - Financial Markets
FT.com - Hedge Funds
FT.com - Telecoms
FT.com - US
Google Business News
Google Market News
HBS Working Knowledge
Inc.com
INSEAD Knowledge
International Tax Review
Kiplinger
Kiplinger
Knowledge@Wharton
L.S. Starrett News
MarketWatch
MarketWatch Breaking News
MarketWatch MarketPulse
McKinsey Quarterly
MSNBC.com: Business
Nielsen Trends
NonProfit Times
NPR Topics: Business
NYTimes Business
OpinionJournal.com
Private Equity Breaking News
Reuters Business
Reuters Company News
Reuters Money
SEC.gov Updates: News Digest
SHRM HR News
Tax Policy News
The Economist International News
The Motley Fool
USA Today Money
Wall Street Journal US Business
Wall Street Transcript
Washington Post Business
WSJ Asia
WSJ Europe
WSJ MoneyBeat
WSJ Opinion
WSJ US News
WSJ World Markets
Yahoo Business
  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact

©1999-2018 CEOExpress Company LLC