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Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Walmart Extends Quarterly Sales Growth Streak
Walmart said sales rose in the most recent quarter, a sign that the retailer continues to take market share from competitors and benefit from strong consumer spending ahead of the holiday shopping season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

China Lifts 4-Year Ban on U.S. Chicken
China has agreed to lift a more than four-year-old ban on U.S. poultry imports, both governments said, in what a U.S. industry group said could lead to sales of $2 billion of poultry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Viacom Earnings Fall on Lower Revenue, Streaming Investments
Viacom's profit in the last quarter of its fiscal year fell as a combination of lower revenue and increased investment in new online streaming services weighed in on its bottom line.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Rewrite of Lower-Income Lending Rules to Advance in December
A top bank regulator is poised to propose changes to bank lending requirements that could potentially transform the way lenders make billions of dollars in loans, investments and donations to customers in lower-income areas.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Fed's Clarida: U.S. Testing Edge of Full Employment, Price Stability
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said the U.S. economy may be testing the edge of full employment, in remarks that noted the central bank's toolkit for influencing the economy is in a good place.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Walmart Sales Rise; E-Commerce Efforts Get a Lift From Food
Walmart said sales rose in the most recent quarter, a sign that the retailer continues to take market share from competitors and benefit from strong consumer spending ahead of the holiday shopping season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Daimler Warns on Profits, Aims to Cut Labor Costs
The Mercedes-Benz maker said it would cut more than 1,000 executive positions as part of a plan to reduce labor costs by $1.1 billion by 2022, but warned that this and efforts to meet stricter emission targets would dent profits for the next two years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Fewer Jobless Americans Tap Unemployment Benefits
A lower percentage of people out of work is relying on unemployment payments amid tighter state rules on obtaining the benefits and a strong job market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Viacom's Earnings, Revenue Slip
Profit at Viacom, whose portfolio includes TV Land, VH1 and MTV, fell 22% to $307 million in the last quarter as it consolidates some operations in preparation for its combination with CBS.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Cisco's Cloud Will Linger
The tech giant Cisco Systems is warning of further slowdowns even as its software and security businesses show promise

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

TikTok Surges in India, Despite U.S. Security Concerns
As the Chinese video-sharing app encounters suspicion in Washington, regulators and users are unfazed in its largest international market: India.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

TikTok---Target of U.S. Suspicion---Is a Smash Hit in India
As the Chinese video-sharing app encounters suspicion in Washington, regulators and users are unfazed in its largest international market: India.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 14, 2019

Yahoo-Line Merger Plan Raises Hopes for Japanese 'Super App'
Investors welcomed plans for a merger to create an internet-services giant in Japan controlled by SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son, but Yahoo Japan and chat app Line face challenges combining their businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Icahn Backs Xerox's Big Bid, Reveals Stake in Target HP
Activist investor Carl Icahn is pushing for the proposed merger of Xerox and HP. He revealed a stake in HP that could increase pressure for a tie-up.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Fed's Harker: It's Now Time for Fed to Hold Steady on Rates
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker reiterated that he has opposed the central bank's rate cuts this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Facebook Reports Gains in Removing Objectionable Content
Facebook reported gains in detecting hate speech, child-abuse imagery and terrorist propaganda on its platforms and said its willingness to publish statistics on the removal of objectionable content shows its commitment to transparency.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Slack and Microsoft Have a Symbiotic Relationship
The companies are competing for a piece of the workplace-collaboration market, but behind the scenes, they are doing some collaborating of their own.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

WeWork's Loss Balloons to $1.25 Billion
Office-space startup WeWork lost $1.25 billion in the third quarter as expenses far outpaced revenue growth, draining the company's cash ahead of a bailout by SoftBank last month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Mike Henry to Become BHP Group CEO in January
BHP named Mike Henry as its new chief executive, opting for his experience running the most profitable operation of the global miner after a tumultuous period of big swings in commodity prices and exiting legacy assets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Smith & Wesson Parent Plans Split
American Outdoor Brands said its board has approved a plan to split into two companies, separating the outdoor products and accessories business from Smith & Wesson Brands, the firearms maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

U.S.-China Trade Deal Hits Bump Over Farm Purchases
Trade talks between the U.S. and China have hit a snag over farm purchases, creating another obstacle as Beijing and Washington try to lock down a limited trade deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Cisco Projects Reduced Revenue in Current Quarter
Cisco Systems projected its first quarterly revenue decline in more than two years, blaming what it called a pause in customer spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Energizer's Stronger Fourth-Quarter Results Send Its Shares Up 15%
Energizer Holdings reported higher-than-anticipated quarterly sales, pushing the battery manufacturer's shares up sharply.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

U.S. Budget Gap Hits $1 Trillion Over Past 12 Months
The U.S. budget gap grew 34% in the first month of the fiscal year as federal spending outpaced revenue growth, pushing the 12-month deficit past $1 trillion for the first time since February 2013.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

McClatchy Seeks to Have U.S. Take Over Pension Fund
Newspaper publisher McClatchy said it has begun talks with creditors and federal authorities about a possible government takeover of its pension fund as it tries to relieve liquidity pressure due to its pension responsibilities and debt load.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

U.S.-China Trade Talks Hit Snag Over Farm Purchases
Trade talks between the U.S. and China have hit a snag over farm purchases, creating another obstacle as Beijing and Washington try to lock down the limited trade deal President Trump outlined last month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Energizer's Stronger Fourth-Quarter Results Send Its Shares Higher
Energizer Holdings reported higher-than-anticipated quarterly sales, pushing the battery manufacturer's shares up sharply.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Superbugs Toll Worse Than Thought, CDC Says
Drug-resistant bacteria and fungi, along with heavy use of antibiotics, fuel nearly 3.1 million infections with 48,700 deaths every year in the U.S., the CDC warned, saying the toll from so-called superbugs is greater than previously known.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Disney Reports 10 Million Users for Its New Disney Streaming Service
Reaching 10 million subscribers about 24 hours after the formal launch of Disney appears to be a robust start, but it's unclear how much each of those customers is worth to Disney.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Gas Prices Drive October Inflation Increase
Gasoline costs pushed up prices for U.S. consumer goods in October, while new tariffs on imports appeared to have little effect on what Americans paid for clothing and household furnishings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Abbott Labs CEO to Step Down
Abbott Laboratories said Miles White will step down in March as chief executive officer after 21 years at the helm of the maker of health-care products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Tencent Earnings Drop 13% as Rivals Intrude on Advertising Territory
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings' profit slid as slowing economic growth at home and rising competition ate away in crucial areas such as advertising.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Yahoo Japan in Talks Over Combining With Chat App Line
Two Japanese internet leaders—news and shopping site Yahoo Japan and chat app Line—are in talks to combine, potentially expanding SoftBank Group's presence in online ads and payment apps in Japan.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Auto Borrowing Rises Amid Low Interest Rates, Solid Economy
Americans are borrowing more for cars, a sign lower interest rates and a decadelong economic expansion are supporting purchases of large household items.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

A Mining Town Buried in Mud Finds Itself Awash in Cash. It Will Soon Run Out.
After a deadly dam collapse, Brazil's mining giant Vale SA showered money on survivors who spent like every day was their last. Now Vale plans to close the mine, a pillar of the local economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Vale Showered Cash on the Mining Town it Buried. Now It's Pulling Out.
After a deadly dam collapse, Brazil's mining giant paid compensation to survivors who spent like every day was their last. Now Vale plans to close the mine, a pillar of the local economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

The Best and Worst U.S. Airports of 2019
The WSJ Airport Rankings expand to measure how the 40 largest airports in the country stack up.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Alibaba Seeks to Raise $13 Billion in Hong Kong Share Sale
Alibaba applied for a secondary listing in Hong Kong, aiming to raise roughly $13 billion. The move gives the Asian financial hub a vote of confidence after monthslong demonstrations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Fed's Powell Signals Comfort With Current Interest-Rate Stance
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told lawmakers that the central bank saw little need to cut interest rates further after making three reductions between July and October.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

U.S. Consumer Prices Rose 0.4% in October
U.S. consumer prices rose in October, with energy prices accounting for more than half of the gains in the headline index. Excluding the often volatile food and energy categories, prices were up 0.2%.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Apple Dumps the Butterfly Keyboard on New MacBook Pro
Apple introduced a 16-inch MacBook Pro, marking a new screen size as well as a departure from the problematic "butterfly" keyboard that triggered customer complaints and drove the company to offer an extended repair program.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Alibaba Files for Secondary Listing in Hong Kong
Hong Kong's stock exchange has approved Alibaba's application for its secondary listing. The Chinese retailer plans to begin a roadshow for prospective investors for the $10 billion to $15 billion deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Sweden to Abandon Negative Rates, but Currency Can't Catch a Break
Sweden, unlike most of the rest of the slow-growth world, has had enough of negative interest rates, and next month, its central bank is expected to unwind them.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

CVC Capital Raises $1.6 Billion for Midmarket Tech Deals
The new fund is more than 50% larger than the firm's first tech-focused vehicle, which closed with $1 billion in 2016. That fund has backed 10 companies, including a recently announced investment in SheerID Inc.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Unilever Names Former Maersk CEO as Chairman
Unilever has tapped the former head of Danish shipping company A.P. Moller Maersk as its new chairman, the second big change in the consumer giant's top ranks in the past year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Tencent Earnings Drop 13% as Rivals Intrude on Its Advertising Territory
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings' profit slid as slowing economic growth at home and rising competition ate away in crucial areas such as advertising.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Google Makes Push Into Banking With Checking Accounts
Google will soon offer checking accounts to consumers, becoming the latest Silicon Valley heavyweight to push into finance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Google to Offer Checking Accounts in Big Tech's Latest Finance Push
Google will soon offer checking accounts to consumers, becoming the latest Silicon Valley heavyweight to push into finance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Google to Offer Checking Accounts in Big Tech's Latest Financial Data Push
Google will soon offer checking accounts to consumers, becoming the latest Silicon Valley heavyweight to push into finance.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Convoy Raises $400 Million to Expand Digital Freight Business
Digital freight broker Convoy raised $400 million in a Series D funding round that values the business at $2.75 billion and backs its expansion in a growing array of technology-focused upstarts making inroads in the freight transportation sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Fed Weighs Rate Pause; Questions on Fiscal Policy Remain
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell heads to Capitol Hill for two days of congressional hearings beginning Wednesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

How to Turn Job-Sharing Into a Promotion…and Another
Job-sharing started as a way to help working mothers juggle jobs and family. Today, some potential executives are successfully using the 2-for-1 job arrangement to move into leadership positions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 13, 2019

Apple Supplier Foxconn's Profit Gains Despite iPhone's Sales Drop
The world's largest contract electronics maker's net profit rose 23.3% in the third quarter , beating expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Nike to Stop Selling Directly to Amazon
Nike said it would stop selling its clothes and sneakers directly to Amazon.com, an about-face for the sportswear brand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Major Midwest Hospital Systems Call Off Planned Merger
Two Midwestern hospital giants became the latest to break off merger talks, another drag on deal making across the $1 trillion hospital sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

China Says No to Marijuana but Lets Its Cannabis Industry Bloom
Marijuana is seen as a dangerous narcotic in China, and possession there is strictly punished. That hasn't stopped the country from trying to become a powerhouse in the fast-growing industry for cannabis products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

SmileDirectClub Posts Losses on Sales, Marketing Spending
SmileDirectClub posted wider losses in the latest quarter as the company continued to spend heavily on marketing and sales, as well as other expenses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Google's 'Project Nightingale' Triggers Federal Inquiry
A federal health regulator has opened a probe into Google and Ascension's "Project Nightingale," a partnership amassing the detailed information of millions of patients.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Tariffs on China Imports Emerge as Hurdle to Trade Deal
Tariffs are emerging as the main stumbling block in efforts by the U.S. and China to come to a limited trade deal, a month after the two countries called a truce in their trade war.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Google's 'Project Nightingale' Triggers Federal Probe
A federal regulator has opened an inquiry into Google and Ascension's ‘Project Nightingale' amassing the detailed health information of millions of patients

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Tariffs on China Imports Emerge as Stumbling Block to Trade Deal
A month after calling a truce in their trade war, the U.S. and China are struggling to come to terms on even a limited deal, with tariffs on Chinese imports emerging as the main stumbling block.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Biggest U.S. Milk Company Files for Bankruptcy
The move by Dean Foods is a fresh setback to an industry struggling against declining U.S. milk consumption and rising competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Apple TV in Talks to Add Ex-HBO Chief to Producer Lineup
Former HBO Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Plepler is in advanced talks to sign an exclusive production deal with Apple's new TV streaming service, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

How to Get Die-Hard Meat Eaters to Try Impossible Burgers: Trick Them
The rise of plant-based protein is inspiring early adopters to dupe family and friends—or in the case of restaurants, their customers. It doesn't always go over well.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Former HBO Chief in Talks for Production Deal With AppleTV
Former HBO Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Plepler is in advanced talks to sign an exclusive production deal with Apple's new TV streaming service, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Proposed Bill Aims to Limit Consumer Loan Rates to 36%
A group of lawmakers wants to limit interest rates on consumer loans nationally at 36%, a move that worries the payday and online-lending industries.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Tesla to Build European Car Plant in Berlin Area
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said the auto maker would build a planned European plant to assemble electric vehicles in Germany.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Boeing Loses More 737 MAX Orders
Boeing has lost orders for about 200 of its 737 MAX jets this year because of airline bankruptcies and customers swapping out for other models from the U.S. plane maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Trump Says U.S., China Close on 'Phase One' of Trade Deal
President Trump said the U.S. and China are close to completing "phase one" of their trade accord, but added, "We are the ones deciding whether or not we want to make a deal."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Disney Service Makes Debut to Glitches and High Demand
Walt Disney's big streaming debut of Disney arrived with technical glitches that the company blamed on unexpectedly high demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Disney Streaming Service Makes Debut to Glitches, High Demand
Walt Disney's big streaming debut of Disney arrived with technical glitches that the company blamed on unexpectedly high demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Dean Foods Files for Bankruptcy
The biggest U.S. milk company has struggled for years with declining milk consumption and rising competition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

McDonald's Sued, Accused of Ignoring Harassment at a Restaurant
The American Civil Liberties Union and a group of McDonald's workers from Michigan sued the fast-food giant, accusing the company of not properly handling allegations of sexual harassment at one of its restaurants.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Unsuspecting Eaters Tricked Into Trying Plant-Based Burgers
The rise of meatless meat is inspiring early adopters to dupe family and friends—or in the case of restaurants, their customers. As might be expected, it doesn't always go over well.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Boeing Wide-Body Deliveries Fall Short
Boeing said that deliveries of widebody jets continue to lag targeted production rates, putting further pressure on cash flows weakened by a grounding of the 737 MAX now entering its ninth month.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

'It's Not the Economy Anymore, Stupid'
President Trump plans to ride a strong economy to reelection next year. Democrats suspect an economic slowdown in swing states could lead to his defeat. Both could have it wrong.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Disney Streaming Service Debuts With Technical Issues Amid High Demand
Walt Disney's big streaming debut of Disney arrived with technical glitches that the company blamed on unexpectedly high demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Behind Google's 'Project Nightingale': A Health Data Gold Mine of 50 Million Patients
Google and Ascension, the nation's second-largest health system, are drawing criticism for Project Nightingale, their plan to store detailed health records of around 50 million patients in Google's cloud.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

CBS Reports Lower Profit on Content, Merger Costs
CBS said profit fell about 35% in the third quarter, in part because the entertainment and media company faced higher costs related to its planned merger with Viacom.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Fed Adds $111.909 Billion in Temporary Liquidity to Markets
The New York Fed added $111.909 billion to financial markets on Tuesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Dean Foods Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Dean Foods filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and is in advanced talks to sell itself to Dairy Farmers of America, the nation's largest dairy cooperative.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

China Lets Its Cannabis Industry Bloom but Says No to Marijuana
Marijuana is seen as a dangerous narcotic in China, and possession there is strictly punished. That hasn't stopped the country from trying to become a powerhouse in the fast-growing industry for cannabis products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

CBS Reports Lower Profit on Merger-Related Costs
CBS said profit fell about 35% in the third quarter, in part because the entertainment and media company faced higher costs related to its planned merger with Viacom.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Zillow, Opendoor Pay Close to Market Value for Homes, Study Says
Companies using technology to make rapid cash offers to home sellers are typically paying their customers close to market value, a new study found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Tyson Posts Weaker Profit After Fire at Beef Plant
Tyson Foods said profit fell by almost one-third in its latest quarter, in part because a fire forced it to temporarily close a major beef-processing plant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Nissan Slashes Forecasts as Sales and Profit Fall on Weak Demand
The results showed the auto maker struggling to overhaul its business, hurt both by a downturn in the global auto industry and turmoil within the company in the year since the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Juul to Cut Roughly 650 Jobs, or 16% of Workers
The embattled e-cigarette maker also plans to cut $1 billion in spending next year as it braces for a hit in sales after voluntarily stopping the sale of its most popular flavor in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Financial Times Appoints First Female Editor
The U.K.'s Financial Times newspaper appointed its first woman editor in its 130-year history in the publication's first change of editorial leadership since 2005.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Saudis Are Urged Not to 'Miss the Train' on Aramco IPO
Saudi Arabia's middle class is preparing to invest billions of dollars in Aramco shares, as ownership of the kingdom's prized asset—the world's most profitable company—transfers to the populace for the first time.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

CEO's Death Comes Amid Expansion, Big Bets for Kaiser Permanente
The unexpected death of Bernard Tyson leaves the hospital and health-insurance giant in flux at a time of ambitious growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Death of CEO Comes at a Time of Expansion, Big Bets for Kaiser Permanente
The unexpected death of Kaiser Permanente's CEO Bernard Tyson leaves the hospital and health-insurance giant in flux at a time of ambitious growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Can an Airport Get Too Big?
An era of ‘perpetual construction' can make every day feel like the holiday rush. LAX is taking drastic steps to make a more user-friendly facility.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Fliers Endure Airport Growing Pains as Traffic Balloons
An era of ‘perpetual construction' can make every day feel like the holiday rush. LAX is taking drastic steps to make a more user-friendly facility.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

The Hazards of Being 'Real' on Social Media
Celebrities and influencers are sharing more of their emotional baggage online. But when regular teens do the same, it can be risky.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 12, 2019

Anheuser-Busch InBev to Buy Out Craft-Brewing Company
Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to buy out the remaining shares of Craft Brew Alliance that it doesn't own, placing the value of the Portland, Ore.-based company at roughly $321 million.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. Government Is Tripping Over Itself in Race to Dominate 5G
Different parts of the government are fighting over spectrum space, threatening to undermine the country's efforts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 11, 2019

FAA Eyed Ordering Southwest to Idle 38 Jets Over Records
Southwest is flying more than three dozen jets without final verification that they meet all mandatory federal safety standards, government documents show.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 11, 2019

Enterprise IT Companies Ride Spending Wave
Enterprise information-technology firms are taking a bigger share of indexes of valuable companies, as businesses increase spending on cloud computing, data analytics and artificial intelligence.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 11, 2019

Google Amasses Medical Records of Millions of People
Google is teaming with one of the country's largest health-care systems on an ambitious project named "Project Nightingale" to collect and crunch detailed health information of millions of Americans across 21 states.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 11, 2019

Google Is Collecting Personal Health Data of Millions of People
Google is teaming with one of the country's largest health-care systems on an ambitious project named "Project Nightingale" to collect and crunch detailed health information of millions of Americans across 21 states.

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