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Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

The Mystery of the $70 Hoodie That's All Over Facebook
Welcome to the world of dropshipping, where entrepreneurs use social-media ads and hip virtual storefronts to flip merchandise from online marketplaces like Alibaba's AliExpress to customers often paying premium prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

Split in Goods and Services Inflation Underscores Fed's Challenge
Inflation has been a puzzle in the U.S. economy for years, failing to move up much when the unemployment rate tumbled. To resolve the puzzle, it helps to look at the U.S. as two economies: one for goods, another for services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

Kraft Heinz Prepares to Take On Hellmann's With a New Mayonnaise and 'Mayochup'
The Big Two are cutting prices and slinging out new concoctions as they battle changing eating habits, a dizzying array of new players and each other.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

Employees Say Modern Time Clocks Chip Away at Their Paychecks
Thousands of hourly workers at companies like American Airlines and Kroger Co. say employers are saving millions of dollars using time-tracking systems that automatically deduct pay for breaks and meals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

FAA Moved Slower Than Usual on Warning Ahead of Southwest Fatality
Before a fatal accident on a Southwest Airlines flight, regulators had been weighing stepping up engine inspections for an unusually long time after the first warnings about a part.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 20, 2018

The AI Doctor Will See You Now
Artificial intelligence in medicine promises to alert us to disease or a medical emergency before it happens — if only we can navigate the pitfalls.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

China Rejects U.S. Target for Narrowing Countries' Trade Gap
A last-ditch effort by the Trump administration failed to get China to accept its demand for a $200 billion cut in the U.S. bilateral trade deficit, as Chinese officials resisted committing to any specific targets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

Starbucks Restrooms Open for All Visitors
Starbucks is creating an official policy that allows all guests to use its cafes, including its restrooms, whether or not they make a purchase.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

Starbucks Creates Policy on Nonpaying Guests
Starbucks is creating an official policy that allows all guests to use its cafes, including its restrooms, whether or not they make a purchase.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

Main Street Banks Feel Squeezed by New Lending Rivals
Hedge funds, private-equity firms and others are elbowing into business loans. Midsize banks are being forced to rethink a business that is a key part of their revenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

One Small Rancher's Big Role in Saving Brazil's Amazon
Mauro Lúcio Costa is now preaching his methods across the Amazon, putting him on the front line of a battle to preserve the forest and transform the cattle industry there.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 19, 2018

Data-Privacy Law Creates New Business for Tech Consultants
The European Union's tough new data-protection law demands costly changes for many companies and opens rich business opportunities for others.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Judge Dismisses Surveillance Lawsuit Filed by Former Fox News Host
Andrea Tantaros accused the cable news channel of spying on her and tapping her phones after she alleged Roger Ailes sexually harassed her, but a federal judge said her suit was based on speculation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

China Agrees to Buy More U.S. Goods and Services
The U.S. and China wrapped up the second day of talks with Beijing agreeing to buy more American goods and services but resisting demands that it reduce the trade deficit it has with the U.S., according to people briefed on the talks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

United Technologies to Sell Ice Cream-Machine Manufacturerfor $1 Billion
United Technologies is selling the Taylor Co., which produces ice-cream and frozen-drink machines, to Middleby Corp. for $1 billion in cash, as the industrial conglomerate works to sharpen its focus on its core businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

News Organizations Flag Concerns on Facebook's Political-Ad Rules
A trade group representing news organizations raised concerns to Facebook that the social media company's rules on political ads are overly broad and could affect their ability to promote stories.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

IMF Begins Work on Bailout for Argentina, With U.S. Backing
The International Monetary Fund began negotiating a bailout program with Argentina, which has neared the brink of a crisis as its peso has fallen against the dollar. The Trump administration supports the move.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

IMF Begins Talks With Argentina Over Bailout
The executive board of the International Monetary Fund began the formal process of negotiating a bailout program with Argentina, which has neared the brink of a crisis as its peso has fallen against the dollar.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

TV Salivates Over Potential of Sports Betting to Boost Viewers and Ads
Media companies think they may have hit the jackpot with the Supreme Court's ruling on sports betting, which is expected to increase TV viewership and boost ad spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Et Tu, Tesla? The Escalating War on Middle Management
The electric-car maker is the latest company to embrace flatness, but some researchers think it's time to cut "sandwich" bosses a bit of slack.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Mortgage Rates Hit Seven-Year High as Ultracheap Era Ends
Mortgage rates this week jumped to their highest level since 2011, signaling a shift from a period of ultra-cheap loans to a higher-rate environment that could slow home price appreciation and squeeze first-time buyers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Who Will and Won't Pay the AMT?
The Alternative Minimum Tax isn't out, but it is way, way down. The AMT is a complex levy that raises taxes by limiting the value of certain breaks. The good news for many: this year's AMT is a shadow of its former self.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

U.S.-China Talks Make Progress, but Hurdles Remain
China moved to ease trade tensions with the U.S., as talks in Washington, D.C., between the two nations entered their second day.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Campbell CEO Departs as Sales Cool
Campbell Soup said Denise Morrison is stepping down immediately after seven years as CEO and that it may sell some brands after a bet on fresher foods failed to revive sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Era of Low Mortgage Rates Is Over
Mortgage rates this week jumped to their highest level since 2011, signaling a shift from a period of ultra-cheap loans to a higher-rate environment that could slow home price appreciation and squeeze first-time buyers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Who Will and Won't Pay America's Rich-Person Tax?
The Alternative Minimum Tax isn't out, but it is way, way down. The AMT is a complex levy that raises taxes by limiting the value of certain breaks. The good news for many: this year's AMT is a shadow of its former self.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

A Look Inside a ZTE Phone Shows How Hard It's Hit by a U.S. Ban
A look inside ZTE's Axon 3 smartphone reveals how much the telecom giant depends on U.S. technology: 60% of the electronic components come from U.S. companies including Qualcomm, SanDisk and SkyWorks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Campbell CEO Is Out as Company Plans Strategic Review
Campbell Soup Chief Executive Denise Morrison is leaving the company, the food maker said, as it also announced a quarterly loss and that it will begin a strategic review of its portfolio.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

The Era of Low Mortgage Rates Is Over
Mortgage rates this week jumped to their highest level since 2011, signaling a shift from a period of ultra-cheap loans to a higher-rate environment that could slow home price appreciation and squeeze first-time buyers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Saks Bumps Beauty Counter Off Coveted Ground Floor
Saks Fifth Avenue is moving the beauty department at its flagship store off the ground floor, scrapping a nearly century-old blueprint in a bid to compete with Sephora and other beauty chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison Retires
Campbell Soup Chief Executive Denise Morrison is leaving the company, the food maker said, as it also announced a quarterly loss and that it will begin a strategic review of its portfolio.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Why TV Shows With So-So Ratings Survive
TV networks are making room for shows with so-so ratings, like "Elementary" on CBS and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" on NBC, because of their potential for future revenues on Netflix and Hulu.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

China Backs Off Punitive Measures for U.S. Sorghum
China has ended an anti-dumping and antisubsidy investigation into imported U.S. sorghum and lifted a surcharge on shipments, as the two countries work toward a deal to ease trade tensions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Saks Bumps Its Beauty Counter Off Coveted Ground Floor
Saks Fifth Avenue is moving the beauty department at its flagship store off the ground floor, scrapping a nearly century-old blueprint in a bid to compete with Sephora and other beauty chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Bratz Bigwig in Failed Play to Run Rival Mattel
Isaac Larian, the toy mogul behind Bratz dolls, has been at odds with Mattel for more than a decade. Now, he wants to be put in charge of his struggling rival.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

When It Comes to Tech, Venture Capital Grows Less Venturesome
More big fundraising deals for a few already-large private tech companies means there's less left for early-stage startups.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Look Inside This Chinese Smartphone and See It's Made in America
A look inside ZTE's Axon 3 smartphone reveals how much the telecom giant depends on U.S. technology: 60% of the electronic components come from U.S. companies including Qualcomm, SanDisk and SkyWorks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 18, 2018

Spate of Company Scandals Taints Singapore's Clean Image
A spate of police investigations and alleged accounting irregularities among companies is denting investors' confidence in this financial hub, forcing the country's stock exchange to address what critics say is a legacy of weak corporate governance and market regulation

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

FDA Approves Migraine Medicine
Doctors say the new migraine drug from Amgen and Novartis can change patients' lives by lowering the number of migraine days suffered by patients each month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Trump Trade Chief Says 'Nowhere Near' a Deal on Nafta
President Donald Trump's trade chief said the U.S. is "nowhere near" a deal on Nafta, effectively brushing aside an offer from House Speaker Paul Ryan for more time to conclude a deal that could be considered in Congress this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

CBS Board Defies Shari Redstone
Directors voted to strip the National Amusements president and her family of their voting control over the media company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Legislation to Curb Chinese Deals Moves Through Congress
After more than a year of negotiation, committees in both chambers of Congress are set to advance versions of a major bill aimed at blocking sensitive Chinese deals, heightening the chances the proposed legislation will become law this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

United Continental CFO Levy Departs Company
United Continental Holdings is looking for a new CFO after Andrew Levy left the third-largest U.S. carrier.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Uber's Chief Product Officer Jeff Holden Is Leaving Company
Uber's chief product officer, Jeff Holden, who helped develop Uber Pool and more recently oversaw the company's flying-taxi initiative, has told colleagues his last day is Thursday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

PayPal's iZettle Deal Sets Up a Showdown With Square
PayPal agreed to buy European fintech startup iZettle for around $2.2 billion, a move that will catapult it into hundreds of thousands of retailers around the world and sets up a showdown with Jack Dorsey's Square.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Shari Redstone Faces Rebellion From CBS Board
CBS and its controlling shareholder National Amusements are so entrenched in a power struggle that they can't even agree on the outcome of a board vote.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Nordstrom Reports Weaker Same-Store Sales Growth
Retailer Nordstrom's net sales rose in its latest quarter as it continues to invest in its e-commerce business to drive customer engagement.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Sportswear-Maker Puma to Open New York Flagship
Germany's Puma has signed a lease deal to creating a marquee location on Fifth Avenue that will be the first of its kind for the company in North America.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Gawker Media Reaches a Truce With Peter Thiel
Advisers liquidating Gawker Media negotiated a settlement with billionaire Peter Thiel, who funded the Hulk Hogan privacy lawsuit that sent Gawker into bankruptcy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Fed Pick Clarida Holds at Least $9 Million in Job-Related Financial Assets
Documents show Federal Reserve vice chairman nominee Richard Clarida holds employment-related financial assets valued at between $9 million and $39 million and other assets valued at between $12 million and $54 million.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Household Wealth Rises Largely Among Older Borrowers
American home equity has recently recovered, but much of this household wealth is more likely to be held by older, high-credit-score borrowers less exposed to financial shocks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

YouTube to Launch New Music-Streaming Service
The move comes amid increasing competition from Spotify and pressure from music companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

How to Cut Through the Privacy-Policy Gibberish
Thanks to Europe's GDPR, companies have bombarded you with their new privacy policies; how to read them without actually reading them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

What do Tesla, Apple and SoftBank Have in Common? They're All Hot for Lithium
Tesla and a large Chinese firm each struck new deals with lithium producers, the latest sign that technology companies, car makers and other big users of lithium are rushing to secure supplies of the material used in electric car and cell phone batteries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Redstones Win a Round in CBS Fight
CBS lost the first round in a battle to break free from its controlling shareholder after a judge denied its request for a temporary restraining order against the Redstone family that would have enabled the company to strip the family of its voting power.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Store Changes Help Walmart, Macy's, but J.C. Penney Falls Further Behind
A strong U.S. economy and recent store improvements are helping Walmart Inc., Macy's Inc. and many other big retail chains recapture revenue they have lost to online shopping.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

BJ's Wholesale Files for IPO
BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. filed for an initial public offering Thursday, in a move that is relatively rare for a retailer recently.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Fox News Names Suzanne Scott its First Female CEO
Suzanne Scott, the longtime programming chief of Fox News, has been named chief executive of the top-rated cable news channel in an executive reorganization.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Jobless Claims Rise, But Hover Near Recent Lows
The number of U.S. workers filing applications for jobless benefits went up more than expected last week but remained at historically low levels amid signs that economic growth remains firm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Walmart, Big Retail Chains Ride U.S. Economy as They Battle Amazon
A strong U.S. economy and recent store improvements are helping Walmart Inc., Macy's Inc. and many other big retail chains recapture revenue they have lost to online shopping.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Walking Backward: A WSJ Films Documentary
Mismanagement and corruption have left Venezuela's economy in tatters and millions without food. This WSJ Films documentary follows one Caracas woman's struggle to feed her family.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Kroger's Big, Risky Bet on Grocery Delivery
Kroger is betting that robots will give it an edge in the food fight with Walmart and Amazon. Investors can expect a long receipt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Household Wealth Rises Largely Among High-Credit-Score Borrowers
American home equity has recently recovered, but much of this household wealth is more likely to be held by older, high-credit-score borrowers less exposed to financial shocks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Privacy Policies Flooding Your Inbox? How to Cut Through the Gibberish
Thanks to Europe's GDPR, companies have bombarded you with their new privacy policies; how to read them without actually reading them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Why Lithium and Cobalt Producers Are the Hot New Acquisition Target
Tesla and a large Chinese firm each struck new deals with lithium producers, the latest sign that technology companies, car makers and other big users of lithium are rushing to secure supplies of the material used in electric car and cell phone batteries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Vanishing Venezuela: A WSJ Films Documentary
Mismanagement and corruption have left Venezuela's economy in tatters and millions without food. This WSJ Films documentary follows one Caracas woman's struggle to feed her family.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Microsoft Is Giving Disabled Gamers a Better Controller
Microsoft is making its first videogame controller designed for people with disabilities, the latest in a growing number of industry efforts to accommodate players who face challenges seeing, hearing and directing the on-screen action.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

FDA Calls Out Drug Makers That Improperly Block Generic Competition
The Food and Drug Administration took the aggressive step of publicly exposing drug companies it says may be gaming the system by improperly blocking competition from generics.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Walmart Sales Boosted by Increased Customer Spending, Grocery Growth
Walmart said its revenue rose a better-than-expected 4.4% in the first quarter as its U.S. stores benefited from more customers, increased spending by them and growth in its grocery business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Farms, Factories Won't Meet U.S. Goal to Cut China Deficit
The White House is likely to fall well short of a plan to slash the U.S. trade deficit with China by half, in large part because American farms and factories will find it hard to produce enough exports to meet that goal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Disabled Gamers Get a New Option From Microsoft
Microsoft is making its first videogame controller designed for people with disabilities, the latest in a growing number of industry efforts to accommodate players who face challenges seeing, hearing and directing the on-screen action.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Season Tickets? Small Firms Rethink Client Events After Losing Tax Break
With the new tax law limiting deductions for business meals and entertainment, many companies are cutting back on beloved perks like season sports tickets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Walmart Sees Sales Growth as Digital Investments Remain In Focus
Walmart said that stronger foot traffic and average customer spend per visit at its U.S. stores helped lift sales in its quarter, as the retail giant continued to invest in online initiatives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

US Jobless Claims Rise, But Hover Near Recent Lows
The number of U.S. workers filing applications for jobless benefits went up more than expected last week but remained at historically low levels.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Japan Considers Retaliation Against U.S. Steel Tariffs
Japan is looking into retaliating against the U.S. over steel tariffs, a break from the more conciliatory approach Tokyo initially adopted toward its closest ally.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

PlayerUnknown: Tencent Can't Make Money Off Top Mobile Games
Internet giant Tencent is having trouble making money from two of the biggest mobile games in China. People familiar with the matter say the difficulties stem from China's unofficial economic sanctions against South Korea for its decision to install a U.S. missile-defense system.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

YouTube to Launch New Music-Streaming Service Tuesday
Google said its YouTube unit will roll out a new music-streaming service, YouTube Music, on Tuesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Birth Rate Drops to Record Low
The number of babies born in the U.S. last year dropped to a 30-year low, fueling concerns that the dearth of births could exacerbate the problems of America's aging population.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Oil Is Above $70, but Frackers Still Struggle to Make Money
American shale drillers are still spending more money than they are making, even as oil prices rise.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Births at a 30-Year Low
American women are having children at the lowest rate on record, with the number of babies born in the U.S. last year dropping to a 30-year low.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

China Approves Toshiba's $18 Billion Sale of Its Memory-Chip Unit
Private-equity firm Bain Capital received approval from Chinese antitrust regulators for its deal to buy Toshiba's memory-chip unit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Power Play: How China-Owned Volvo Avoids Beijing's Battery Rules
Chinese-owned Volvo Car Group is being allowed to use high-end South Korean battery technology in the electric hybrid vehicles it builds in China, even as Beijing strong-arms other auto makers into using Chinese batteries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Oil's Above $70, but Frackers Still Struggle to Make Money
American shale drillers are still spending more money than they are making, even as oil prices rise. Of the top 20 U.S. oil companies that focus mostly on fracking, only four managed to generate more cash than they spent in the first quarter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Disabled Gamers Get a New Controller From Microsoft
Microsoft is making its first videogame controller designed for people with disabilities, the latest in a growing number of industry efforts to accommodate players who face challenges seeing, hearing and directing the on-screen action.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

YouTube Music, a New Streaming Service, to Launch May 22
The company said its new offering will include a "reimagined mobile app" and a new desktop player designed for music.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

'I Am the Mastermind': Mohammed bin Salman's Guide to Getting Rich
The heir to the Saudi throne wasn't always fabulously wealthy. Now, amid his crackdown on corruption, The Wall Street Journal has pieced together ways the crown prince and his brothers have leveraged businesses connected to government to make money—including a mammoth jet-leasing deal involving Airbus and the national airline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

Redstone Makes Power Move at CBS
Shari Redstone fired back at CBS, moving to block the media company's efforts to strip her family of voting control. In a power move to protect its position as the media giant's controlling shareholder, the Redstones' family holding company dictated a significant change on Wednesday to the rules of how CBS's board operates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 17, 2018

U.S. Births Hit Lowest Number Since 1987
American women are having children at the lowest rate on record, with the number of babies born in the U.S. last year dropping to a 30-year low, federal figures released Thursday showed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Zuckerberg to Meet European Officials Next Week
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will meet with French President Emmanuel Macron and other European officials next week, as the Silicon Valley giant tries to calm tension with regulators and policy makers on both sides of the Atlantic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

U.S. Workers Already Feel the Effects of U.S.-China Trade Tensions
A steelworker in Illinois and a farmer in Iowa discuss how the U.S.-China trade tension is impacting their livelihoods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

U.S. Auto Regulator Opens Tesla Crash Probe in Utah
U.S. safety investigators on Wednesday opened the third active investigation of a Tesla Inc. vehicle that crashed while the driver-assistance system Autopilot was said to be in use.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

FDA Approves Nonopioid Treatment for Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first nonopioid treatment to help adults manage opioid withdrawal symptoms as the agency looks to continue to encourage the development of therapies to help patients suffering from addiction.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

European Firms Start Pulling Back From Iran
European firms have started pulling back investment and abandoning commitments in Iran, responding to the imposition last week of broad new American sanctions on Tehran.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

San Francisco Fed Begins Search for a New Leader
The San Francisco Fed said it has begun searching for a successor to President John Williams, who is set to become leader of the New York Fed next month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Lachlan Murdoch to Lead 'New' Fox If Disney Deal Closes
If the $52.4 billion deal for Walt Disney Co. to buy the bulk of 21st Century Fox, including its TV and film studio, closes, Lachlan Murdoch will serve as chairman and chief executive of the remaining new Fox company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Brazil's Central Bank Stands Pat for First Time in 13 Meetings
Brazil's central bank unexpectedly left its benchmark interest rate unchanged, citing a more challenging and volatile situation in world economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

No Harm in Reducing Use of Roche Drug for Breast Cancer, Study Says
Treating breast-cancer patients with an expensive Roche drug for six months instead of 12 reduced heart-related side effects without sacrificing effectiveness, a new study found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Venezuela's Creditors Are Cutting Its Crude-Oil Lifeline
A series of court rulings are a major blow to the cash-strapped and increasingly isolated nation at a time when its once-thriving state energy monopoly, Petróleos de Venezuela has been left in tatters after years of mismanagement.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Trump Says 'There Has Been No Folding' Over Possible ZTE Deal
President Donald Trump sought to counter criticism of his administration's efforts to ease tough U.S. penalties on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE.

Wall Street Journal US Business
May 16, 2018

Shari Redstone Moves to Defend Family's Voting Power Over CBS
Shari Redstone is moving to thwart CBS Corp.'s efforts to strip her family of voting control. The Redstones' family holding company, National Amusements, issued a change to CBS's bylaws on Wednesday in an attempt to block the board's ability to dilute its voting power.

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