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Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

China's Xi Vows New Direction for 'Belt and Road' After Criticism
China's President Xi Jinping signaled a recalibration of his global infrastructure-building program as he sought to assuage foreign critics who blame Beijing for pushing excessive lending onto developing economies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Elon Musk, SEC Standoff Over Tweets Continues
Elon Musk and the SEC want more time to work out their dispute over whether the Tesla CEO violated a court order restricting his use of social media.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Uber Lowers Its Valuation Target
Uber ratcheted down its target valuation to a range of about $80 billion to $90 billion for its initial public offering.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Looming Facebook Fine Points to a Tougher Cop on the Tech Beat
The Federal Trade Commission's coming resolution of its yearlong investigation of alleged privacy lapses at Facebook looms as a defining moment for U.S. policy on consumer data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Turnover Hits Apple's Famed Industrial Design Team
Apple's industrial design team is undergoing its most pronounced turnover in decades, marking a changing of the guard for the group that has defined the tech giant's aesthetic and spearheaded the development of products including the iPhone.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Intel Cuts Financial Forecast for Year
Intel trimmed its financial forecast for this year and said quarterly sales of chips for data centers declined for the first time in seven years, reflecting uncertainty in a business-computing market and a slowdown in demand amid the U.S.-China trade battle.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Bunge Names Greg Heckman CEO
Bunge Ltd. appointed longtime agribusiness executive Gregory Heckman chief executive as the grain giant revamps its business amid turbulent agricultural markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Amazon's Profit More Than Doubles
Amazon.com notched a fourth straight record profit as it tamed costs, but its quarterly revenue growth shrank to its lowest level in nearly four years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Mattel Sales Dragged Down by Fisher-Price, American Girl
Mattel's sales fell 3% in the first quarter as slumps at Fisher-Price, American Girl and other brands continued to offset gains by Barbie and Hot Wheels toys.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

High-School Graduates Flock to College Even in Strong Job Market
The share of recent high-school graduates who enrolled in college rebounded last year, showing the strongest labor market in decades has yet to entice young Americans away from pursuing more education.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Starbucks Boosts U.S., China Sales
Starbucks beat profit expectations during its most recent quarter and boosted forecasts for sales growth this year, a sign that the chain is rejuvenating sales in its biggest markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Ford's Profit Beats Estimates on Stout Truck, SUV Sales
Ford Motor's first-quarter operating profit rose 12%, as the auto maker shored up overseas losses and notched sharp gains from the strength of its pickup-truck and sport-utility lineup in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Homeownership Rate Drops for First Time in More Than Two Years
The U.S. homeownership rate fell for the first time in more than two years in the first quarter, putting the brakes on the recovery of an important piece of the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Licensing Company Authentic Brands in Talks to Buy Sports Illustrated for About $110 Million
Licensing company Authentic Brands Group has emerged as a leading contender to buy Sports Illustrated from Meredith.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Verizon Pauses Plans to Charge for 5G
The carrier is holding off for now on plans to charge an extra $10 a month for faster 5G smartphone service, after some analysts criticized its limited scope. Verizon had said earlier that it would impose the fee after three months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Facebook Probe Found Major Shortcomings in Privacy Protection, Watchdog Says
Canada's privacy watchdog said a probe found Facebook broke the country's privacy laws and failed to protect Canadians' personal information, and will go to court to force the social-media company to fix the deficiencies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Mitel Offers to Merge With Avaya in Stock Deal Worth Over $2 Billion
Telecommunications-equipment maker Avaya Holdings is in talks to combine with rival Mitel in a stock deal valued at more than $2 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Microsoft Hits $1 Trillion Market Value for First Time
Shares of Microsoft topped the $130.50 value needed to give the company a market value of $1 trillion, joining Apple and Amazon.com as the only U.S. companies to ever reach that mark.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei Says It Is Employee-'Owned'---But Not Really
Chinese tech giant Huawei laid out details of its ownership structure in an attempt to rebut critics who have cast doubt on the company's claim that it is owned and run by its employees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Smaller SUVs Win Bigger Share of Car Market
As the sedan's popularity fades in the U.S., auto makers have rushed to introduce cheaper, more diminutive sport-utility vehicles to their lineups, in some cases targeting young drivers yet attracting their parents.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Easter Candy Shipments Lift Hershey Results
Easter candy shipments boosted Hershey's results in the first quarter, but the company expects consumers to pull back on buying sweets later this spring as they eat chocolate purchased for the holiday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Carlos Ghosn Leaves Jail Again
Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn left a Tokyo jail late Thursday after being granted bail by a court in Tokyo, agreeing to strict conditions such as not contacting his wife unless the court approves.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Southwest's MAX Groundings Cut Flight-Capacity Growth
Southwest Airlines Co. said the grounding of its Boeing Co. 737 MAX planes will cut flight-capacity growth and push up costs in the coming months. The airline said it expects to expand its flight capacity by between 2% and 3% this year, compared with growth of as much as 5% previously.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

UPS Thwarted by Winter Weather
UPS posted a lower profit in the first quarter as it incurred about $80 million in extra costs associated with dealing with severe winter weather in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

3M to Cut 2,000 Jobs as Sales Fall
3M said it would cut 2,000 jobs and restructure its sprawling business after demand for its tapes and adhesives fell in China and other important markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Eli Lilly to Pull Cancer Drug From Market After Failed Study
Eli Lilly plans to withdraw its cancer drug Lartruvo from the market after a study showed that it failed to prolong overall survival in a clinical trial.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

U.S. Durable Orders Rose 2.7% in March, Faster Than Expected
Orders for long-lasting factory goods rose in March at the fastest clip in seven months, surpassing expectations as civilian and defense-related aircraft orders surged.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose Last Week
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits rose sharply last week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Altria Net Falls 40% on Smaller Revenue, Bigger Expenses
Altria Group reported a 40% drop in net income for the latest quarter, as revenue declined and it booked several charges related to its expansion efforts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Hershey Pushes Up Prices, But Sales Volume Climbs
Hershey said retailers bought more of its chocolate and snacks in the first quarter, even though it pushed up prices on those items. Overall, sales rose about 2% from the first quarter last year to $2.02 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

UPS Reports Drop in Profit, Says Weather Hurt Results in U.S.
Profit at United Parcel Service fell in the first quarter as revenue stayed about the same from the comparable quarter a year earlier and weather conditions hurt results in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Sales Rise at Southwest Airlines Despite MAX Grounding
Southwest Airlines said sales rose in the latest quarter, as the carrier weathered cancellations from the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX jets, maintenance disruptions and other issues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

3M Falls Short of Expectations, Plans to Cut 2,000 Jobs
3M reported first-quarter profit and sales that missed expectations, slashed its full-year guidance and said it would cut 2,000 jobs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Comcast Earnings Boosted by Sky Acquisition, Internet Business Growth
Comcast said net profit rose 14% in the first quarter, boosted by its high-speed internet business, a spate of successful movies and the recent Sky PLC acquisition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Key Drugs Lift Bristol-Myers' Results Ahead of Celgene Deal
Bristol-Myers Squibb said its first-quarter profit and revenue rose on stronger demand for its key drugs, as the company looks ahead to closing its $74 billion purchase of rival Celgene Corp. later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Bayer Faces Shareholder Showdown Over Monsanto, Despite Strong Earnings
Bayer's shares rose over 3% on better-than-expected results, giving the company a brief respite ahead of Friday's potentially unruly shareholder meeting, as investors grow impatient with the company's legal woes in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Bombardier Lowers Guidance as Transportation Business Struggles
Montreal-based Bombardier lowered its adjusted revenue guidance for the year and reduced certain earnings guidance as first-quarter results faced pressures from foreign exchange and it struggled with production in its transportation segment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Nintendo's Switch Sales Miss Analysts' Expectations
Nintendo's Switch console sales in the just-ended fiscal year fell short of analysts' expectations, but the company forecast improvement in the current fiscal year, when new models may be on the way.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

What to Watch in the First-Quarter GDP Report
Economic growth was likely solid in the first three months of the year, despite a rocky start to the quarter due to a prolonged government shutdown and financial-market turmoil in late 2018.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Small SUVs Loom Larger for Car Makers
As the sedan's popularity fades in the U.S., auto makers have rushed to introduce cheaper, more diminutive sport-utility vehicles to their lineups, in some cases targeting young drivers yet attracting their parents.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Help Wanted: Regulators Seek Executives to Staff Failed Banks
The FDIC is assembling a stable of executives who could be installed in top jobs at failed banks, taking advantage of a calm spell to better prepare for the next downturn.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Amazon's Spending in the Spotlight as It Reports Earnings
Amazon.com has warned it could return to its big-spending ways after taking a breather in 2018. Markets will watch for news when the e-commerce giant announces its first-quarter earnings after the market closes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Walmart's British Arm Is Blocked From Merger With U.K. Supermarket
Regulators blocked the proposed merger between Walmart's British grocery unit and rival J Sainsbury citing competition concerns, meaning the U.S. retail giant must now find ways to drive stand-alone growth for Asda in the U.K.'s highly competitive retail market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 25, 2019

Bank of Japan Revises Forward Guidance
The Bank of Japan revised its forward guidance on Thursday, saying it expected to keep extremely low interest rates until at least the spring of 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Carlos Ghosn Is Granted Bail by Tokyo Court Again
Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn was granted bail by a court in Tokyo, paving the way for him to be released as early as Thursday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tesla Reports Loss, as Elon Musk Talks of Raising Capital
Tesla chief Elon Musk has eschewed fundraising for the past year, but his tune changed after the auto maker reported one of its worst quarterly losses in history and its cash fell by more than 40% to $2.2 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Academy Award Rules Remain Intact in Boon for Netflix
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided against a change in the rules for Oscar eligibility that would have shut out movies that play primarily on Netflix or other streaming platforms.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Warren's Student-Debt Deal Would Most Benefit Stronger Earners, Study Finds
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's proposal for the government to forgive a huge chunk of student debt would disproportionately help upper-income households, a new analysis shows.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Messaging Startup Slack Is Expected to File Listing Prospectus This Week
Messaging platform Slack Technologies is taking the next step toward going public, with plans to reveal its prospectus as soon as this week, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Moore Hopeful for Fed Post, but Says He Would Bow Out If He Becomes Liability
Stephen Moore said he was hopeful about his chances of being nominated and confirmed to the Fed board but would drop out if he became a political liability for the Trump administration or Senate Republicans.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Facebook Sets Aside $3 Billion to Cover Expected FTC Fine
Facebook set aside $3 billion for an expected fine from the Federal Trade Commission over privacy issues, cutting into profit even as its underlying business remained strong.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tesla Reports Loss Amid Struggles Delivering Model 3 Cars
Tesla reported one of its worst quarterly losses on record, wider than Wall Street was expecting, as the auto maker struggles with delivering the Model 3 compact car.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Chipotle Beats Profit, Sales Expectations
Chipotle Mexican Grill beat sales and profit expectations, continuing to regain its footing after operational problems spooked customers and investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Microsoft's Cloud Business Continues to Boom
Continued strength in Microsoft's cloud-computing business drove better-than-expected gains in revenue and profit for the latest quarter, while sales of its Windows operating system rebounded from recent weakness.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Railroads Bolster Case for Slow Revolution
Norfolk Southern has become the latest U.S. railroad to show that a slower overhaul of its system can still yield immediate benefits, including higher profits, faster trains and speedy recovery from weather disruption.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Anthem Raises Outlook Amid Concerns Over Political Environment
Anthem Inc. raised its 2019 earnings outlook and reported first-quarter profit rose, even though many investors remain concerned about the political risks of universal government health coverage.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Boeing Details Financial Hit From 737 MAX Grounding
Boeing executives said they didn't know when the 737 MAX would return to service and defended the design and certification of their best-selling plane, grounded by global regulators in the wake of two fatal crashes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Walmart to Develop Its Own Supply Chain for Angus Beef
Walmart is testing a new strategy for its beef purchases by developing its own supply chain for Angus beef products, a move the company says will give customers more visibility into where their food comes from.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows: 'Friends' and 'The Office'
Hollywood studios that licensed old TV shows to Netflix are getting into streaming and want their hits back. It's a threat to Netflix because its viewers spend much of their time watching reruns.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Caterpillar Gains on Mining, Construction Strength
Caterpillar beat revenue expectations for the first quarter, thanks to higher demand for its mining and construction equipment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

AT&T's Pay-TV Subscribers Continue to Flee
AT&T's pay-TV subscriber base eroded further during the first quarter, adding pressure on the telecom and media giant's project to develop a new streaming service aimed at cord-cutters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Samsung to Invest $116 Billion to Diversify Chip Strategy
Samsung Electronics said it would invest about $116 billion by 2030 to further diversify its semiconductor production beyond memory chips, as it seeks new growth drivers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Two Capitalists Worry About Capitalism's Future
James Dimon and Ray Dalio are among the most successful capitalists in the U.S. today. So when they worry aloud about the future of capitalism, it's worth listening.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Occidental Seeks to Buy Anadarko for $38 Billion, Topping Chevron Deal
Occidental Petroleum offered to purchase Anadarko Petroleum in a deal with an equity value of $38 billion, more than Chevron's bid for the oil company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Nissan Issues Second Profit Warning as It Unwinds Ghosn's Strategy
Nissan Motor issued its second profit warning this year, weighed down by a warranty extension for vehicles in the U.S. and efforts to unwind a U.S. sales strategy by former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

AT&T's Pay-TV Customers Continue to Flee
AT&T's pay-television business lost more than 620,000 customers in the first quarter, while acquisition costs from the WarnerMedia business weighed on its bottom line.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Caterpillar Results Improve on Strength in Mining, Construction
Caterpillar reported higher profit and revenue for the first quarter on solid demand for its mining equipment and construction machinery, topping analysts' expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

737 MAX Grounding to Cost Boeing More Than $1 Billion
Boeing said it would take an initial hit of more than $1 billion on the global grounding of the 737 MAX jetliner following two fatal crashes as the plane maker suspended full-year financial guidance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Ford Accelerates Electric-Vehicle Push With $500 Million Stake in Rivian
Ford Motor is taking a stake in electric-truck startup Rivian Automotive, the latest example of a large auto maker betting on the emergence of battery-powered vehicles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Ford Accelerates Its Electric-Vehicle Push With $500 Million Stake in Rivian
Ford Motor is taking a stake in electric-truck startup Rivian Automotive, the latest example of a large auto maker betting on the emergence of battery-powered vehicles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Occidental Offers to Buy Anadarko
Occidental Petroleum offered to purchase Anadarko Petroleum in a deal with an equity value of $38 billion, more than Chevron's bid for the oil company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

What's Keeping Women From Board Seats: Little Turnover
A stubborn paradox reigns across U.S. boardrooms: Companies are appointing more women to board seats than ever, yet the overall share of female directors is barely budging. The reason isn't the pipeline, say recruiters and researchers. It is that board seats rarely become available in the first place.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Typical Worker's Pay Nears $200,000 at One Oil Refiner
Oil and gas drillers had some of the highest-paid median workers in the energy and utility sectors in 2018, according to The Wall Street Journal analysis of annual pay disclosures by hundreds of big U.S. companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

U.K. Selects Huawei for 5G Network, Ignoring U.S. Warnings
The U.K. government has agreed to allow Huawei to build part of the country's 5G telecoms system—despite U.S. pressure on allies to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant—but it will only be allowed to construct noncore parts of the network.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

U.K. to Allow Huawei Gear for 5G Network, Despite U.S. Warnings
The U.K. government has agreed to allow Huawei to build part of the country's 5G telecoms system—despite U.S. pressure on allies to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant—but it will only be allowed to construct noncore parts of the network.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Bumble Bee's Canadian Business Explores Sale
Clover Leaf Seafoods, a private equity-backed maker of canned seafoods, is weighing a sale, said people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Novartis Earnings Bolster CEO's Revamp Efforts
Novartis raised its full-year guidance as it reported strong growth of its newer drugs, bolstering its chief executive's efforts to focus the pharmaceutical giant on higher-value medicines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Microsoft Results to Hinge on Cloud-Computing Growth
Investors want to see healthy demand for Azure, which is slowing but has helped Microsoft stay relevant in recent years as sales of its Windows operating system took a back seat.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

'Avengers: Endgame' Prompts Theaters to Plan 24-Hour Screenings, Double the Popcorn
When Walt Disney Co.'s "Avengers: Endgame" opens Thursday night in the widest release ever—4,600 theaters in the U.S. and Canada—the Marvel Studios' superheroes will muscle competitors out of the multiplex.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Facebook Earnings: What to Watch
Facebook is scheduled to report first-quarter results after the market closes. Here are the key points to watch.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tesla Earnings: What to Watch
The electric-car maker is expected to post an adjusted loss of $1.15 a share, according to a FactSet survey of analysts. The first-quarter slowdown also has analysts questioning whether there is as much demand for the Model 3 as once predicted.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 24, 2019

SoftBank to Invest $1 Billion in Payments Firm Wirecard
Japan's SoftBank Group plans to invest about $1 billion in Wirecard, forging a partnership that allows SoftBank to take a minority stake in the German payments company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Sonder Poised to Become Airbnb's Billion-Dollar Competitor
The operator of a rentals marketplace for travelers is close to completing an investment round that will value the company at about $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

U.S. Orders First Heavy Icebreaking Vessel in Decades
A unit of Singapore Technologies Engineering has been awarded a roughly $746 million contract to build the first heavy icebreaker in more than 40 years for the U.S. Coast Guard.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Twitter Shares Climb 16% on Stout Earnings
Twitter reported record daily users and rising profit, driving shares up as the results signaled recent product tweaks are stabilizing the business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Walgreens, Rite Aid to Raise Tobacco Buying Age to 21 and Older
The drugstore chains are raising the minimum age required for customers to buy tobacco products in their stores to 21, up from 18 in most states, as the they face pressure over their cigarette sales from federal regulators, activists and some investors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500 and Nasdaq Hit Closing Records
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite had their highest closings on record Tuesday, marking a resurgence for the stock market after a rout last year hampered its climb.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

CBS Suspends CEO Search, Extends Ianniello as Acting Chief Until Year-End
CBS said it suspended its search for a new chief executive, extending the employment of acting CEO Joe Ianniello through the end of the year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Google Wins First FAA Approval for Regular Drone Delivery of Consumer Items
Wing Aviation, a unit of Alphabet's Google, received the first U.S. authorization to operate a fleet of consumer delivery drones—a move that could jump-start various companies' commercial drone services nationwide.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

EBay Lifts Guidance as Revenue, Number of Buyers Rise
EBay raised its revenue and profit outlook after posting stronger-than-expected results in its first quarter, sending shares up 5% in after-hours trading.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Fed to Ease Restrictions for Bank Investors
The Federal Reserve moved to make it easier for private-equity funds and other investors to own large stakes in banks without triggering its oversight, in a plan that could also make it easier for financial technology startups to obtain investment cash.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500, Nasdaq Notch Highest Closings on Record
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite had their highest closings on record Tuesday, marking a resurgence for the stock market after a rout last year hampered its climb.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Julia Angwin Ousted as Editor in Chief of Tech News Website She Helped Found
Julia Angwin was fired as editor in chief of the Markup, a new tech-oriented investigation website she helped found and that is set to launch later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500, Nasdaq Close at Record Highs
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite closed at their highest levels ever Tuesday, marking a resurgence for a stock market to record levels after a rout last year hampered their climb.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Twitter Shares Climb, as Tweaks to Site Drive Higher Profit
Twitter reported record daily users and rising profit, driving shares up as the results signaled recent product tweaks are stabilizing the business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Julia Angwin Ousted as Editor in Chief of News Website She Helped Found
Julia Angwin was fired as editor in chief of the Markup, a new tech-oriented investigation website she helped found and that is set to launch later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

A Silicon Valley Apostate Launches 'An Inconvenient Truth' for Tech
Tristan Harris argues that technology is having a broader, more corrosive effect on society than many people realize, and none of the reform efforts being discussed in Silicon Valley and Washington are enough to reverse the trend.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500, Nasdaq On Pace to Close at All-Time Highs
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq were above their all-time closing highs in afternoon trading, as upbeat profit reports pushed major U.S. indexes higher.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

Walgreens to Raise Tobacco Buying Age to 21 and Older
Walgreens Boots Alliance will raise the minimum age required for customers to buy tobacco products in its stores to 21, up from 18 in most states, as the drugstore chain faces pressure over its cigarette sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Apr 23, 2019

P&G's Sales Growth Shows Consumers Will Pay More
Procter & Gamble reported its strongest quarterly sales growth in eight years as the consumer-products giant got a boost from developing markets and increased prices.

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