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Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Airbnb Asks Shareholders to Share With Other Stakeholders
Airbnb's plan to tie compensation to goals broader than profit is equivalent to telling companies' owners they aren't as important as they think. It remains to be seen whether Wall Street agrees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Cash, Plastic or Hand? Amazon Envisions Paying With a Wave
The tech giant is creating checkout terminals that could be placed in stores and allow shoppers to link their card information to their hands.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

Behind Ghosn's Escape, an Ex-Green Beret With a Beef About His Own Time in Jail
Michael Taylor is ‘a black-ops type' who has rescued children and worked as a contractor in Iraq. He's also kept company with some shady characters and had run-ins with the law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 18, 2020

The Vanishing Executive Assistant
The erosion of jobs that gave women without college degrees a career path happened in dribs and drabs but is as dramatic as the manufacturing decline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

David Glass, Who Led Rapid Growth as Walmart CEO, Dies at 84
David Glass succeeded Sam Walton as CEO of Walmart in 1988 and held the post for 12 years, overseeing rapid growth and a successful push into groceries. For an encore, Mr. Glass bought the Kansas City Royals. He died Jan. 9 at age 84.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

CDC Removes Advice to Refrain From Vaping
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has moved away from a broad recommendation that people consider refraining from vaping altogether during the investigation into the outbreak of lung illnesses linked to the practice.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Boeing Encounters New MAX Woes
The plane maker has found a software problem that prevents the 737 MAX's computers from powering up prior to flight, a discovery that could complicate the aircraft's return to service.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Spotify in Early Talks to Buy Sports and Pop-Culture Outlet the Ringer
Spotify Technology is in talks to buy sports and pop-culture outlet the Ringer, a deal that would bring the audiostreaming giant into broader digital media and add a network of content including "The Bill Simmons Podcast."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Spotify in Talks to Buy the Ringer
Spotify is in early talks to buy sports and pop-culture outlet the Ringer, a deal that would bring the audiostreaming giant into broader digital media and add a network of content including "The Bill Simmons Podcast."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Judge Slashes Damages in J&J Risperdal Case to $6.8 Million from $8 Billion
A judge reduced the amount of punitive damages Johnson & Johnson must pay in a lawsuit over its antipsychotic Risperdal to $6.8 million from the $8 billion awarded by a jury in October.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Boeing Encounters New MAX Problem
The plane maker has found a software problem that prevents the 737 MAX's computers from powering up prior to flight, a discovery that could complicate the aircraft's return to service.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Best Buy Opens Probe Into CEO's Personal Conduct
The board of Best Buy is investigating allegations that Chief Executive Corie Barry had an inappropriate romantic relationship with a fellow executive, who has since left the electronics retailer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

CDC Removes Advice to Refrain From E-Cigarettes
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention removed language from its website recommending people consider refraining from vaping altogether during an investigation into lung illnesses linked to the practice.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name
The company renamed the Twentieth Century Fox movie studio, which it acquired last year, making it Twentieth Century Studios.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

J.B. Hunt Misses on Fourth-Quarter Earnings
The Lowell, Ark.-based company reported a 6% increase in quarterly revenue, to $2.45 billion, compared with the same period in 2018, and diluted earnings per share of $1.35, compared with 81 cents in 2018. Analysts had forecast diluted earnings per share of $1.50, according to FactSet.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Employers Pull Back on Posting New Jobs
Job openings declined sharply in November, a sign of weakening employer demand that could restrain job growth in 2020.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Airbnb to Tie Employee Bonuses to Guest Safety
Ahead of its plans to go public, Airbnb laid out a strategy that emphasizes serving "stakeholders" that include hosts, guests, investors, employees and the communities in which it does business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Trump Wields U.S. Economic Might in Struggles With Adversaries, Allies
Recent events show how the Trump administration is using sanctions and tariffs as a weapon to fix a global trading system the president sees as broken and to pursue other goals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Walmart Shuffles Executive Ranks After Holiday Season
Walmart chief merchant Steve Bratspies is leaving the company as the country's largest retailer shakes up its executive ranks following the crucial holiday season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Schlumberger Plans U.S. Pullback as Shale Oil Drillers Struggle
The world's largest oil-field services company, Schlumberger, is pulling back from the U.S. and focusing on international projects as a slowdown in shale drilling reverberates through the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

What's Next on the President's Trade Agenda? Europe
With a China trade deal signed and a new North American deal passed by Congress, the European Union stands out as the big U.S. trading partner unable to reach a significant trade pact with the Trump administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Is Peloton a Fitness Fad or a Tech Company? Everything's Riding on the Answer
As the exercise giant pursues patent-infringement lawsuits against smaller competitors Echelon and Flywheel, the company's core identity is at stake.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

China's Slowing Economic Growth Poses a Host of New Challenges
China emerged from 2019 with an official economic growth of 6.1%, within the government's target but the lowest level in nearly three decades, as trade, investment, consumer spending and business confidence all face pressure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

China's Slowing Growth Underlines Stress Facing Its Economy in 2020
China emerged from 2019 with an official economic growth of 6.1%, within the government's target but the lowest level in nearly three decades, as trade, investment, consumer spending and business confidence all face pressure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Fed's Harker: Data Will Determine Course of Interest Rate Policy
The Philadelphia Fed's president says the U.S. economy is in good shape right now, adding that how the economic data come in will drive what central bank officials do with interest-rate policy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

U.S. Industrial Production Fell 0.3% in December
U.S. industrial production decreased in December, as a sharp drop in utilities output offset a slight gain in factory production.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

U.S., India Draft Trade Pact for Unveiling in Possible Trump Visit
Officials in India and the U.S. are preparing a limited bilateral trade agreement that could be unveiled during a visit by President Trump to New Delhi in the coming weeks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

The Department Store of the Future Will Look a Lot Like the Past
Department stores were once the cutting edge of retail. Can they reclaim some of their old magic?

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

AB InBev Taps Machine Learning to Root Out Corruption
The company that stands out for taking a data-driven approach to preventing bribery and corruption isn't part of the tech sector. In fact, its product predates the wheel.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Altria-Juul Deal Is Stuck in Antitrust Review
Federal antitrust officials continue to probe Altria's control of shelf space more than a year after the Marlboro maker sought a 35% stake in e-cigarette company Juul Labs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Cocoa Cartel Is Less Bitter for Luxury Chocolate
A new method for pricing cocoa will give a better wage to West African farmers. The downside may be more inequality between global chocolate brands.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 17, 2020

Grammy Organization's CEO on Leave After Misconduct Allegation
The body that hands out the Grammys said it put its chief executive on leave due to a subordinate's unspecified allegation of misconduct, 10 days before its flagship awards show.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

China Full-Year Economic Growth Slows to 6.1%
Chinese economic growth slowed to 6.1% last year, as sagging trade and business confidence pulled the closely watched reading to its lowest level in nearly three decades.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

China's Economic Growth Slows to Near 30-Year Low
Chinese economic growth slowed to 6.1% last year, as sagging trade and business confidence pulled the closely watched reading to its lowest level in nearly three decades.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Ex-Students of Defunct ITT Tech Receive Loan Relief
The Education Department is providing loan relief to some 7,800 former students of the ITT Technical Institute, with debts totaling $95.1 million being forgiven by the government years after the giant for-profit school chain closed.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Senate Passes USMCA, New North American Trade Pact
Passage of the trade agreement that replaces Nafta marks a rare moment of bipartisan cooperation on Capitol Hill against the backdrop of President Trump's impeachment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Trump Readies Nominations of Shelton, Waller for Federal Reserve Board Seats
The White House said it would soon nominate economists Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to fill two Federal Reserve Board vacancies, after months of President Trump criticizing the central bank for not doing more to stimulate the U.S. economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Gap Backs Away From Old Navy Split
The retailer won't spin off Old Navy into a separately traded public company, backing away from a plan it said it would pursue about a year ago.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Treasury to Issue New 20-Year Bond in First Half of 2020
The U.S. government will begin issuing 20-year bonds in the first half of 2020, the Treasury Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

McAfee CEO Chris Young to Depart
McAfee Chief Executive Chris Young will step down to join private-equity firm TPG as a senior adviser, handing the reins to a new leader who could potentially take the cybersecurity-software company public or pursue a sale.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Judge Blocks California Gig Economy Law Enforcement on Truckers
A federal judge halted California's attempt to regulate trucking companies' use of independent drivers under the state's new "gig economy" law, extending a temporary bar on enforcement of the measure while an industry challenge plays out in court.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Facebook Backs Off Plan to Sell Ads in WhatsApp
The social-media giant disbanded a team that was working to integrate ads in its messaging service, marking a retreat from a controversial plan that had driven the platform's creators to resign.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

CSX Projects Another Revenue-Challenging Year in 2020
Freight rail operator CSX Corp. projects another challenging year in 2020, following a steeper-than-expected 3% revenue decline this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

U.S.-China Deal Could Upend the Way Nations Settle Disputes
The phase-one deal between the U.S. and China could upend the way trade disputes are settled globally, giving the U.S. an edge over competitors and weakening international institutions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Alphabet Becomes Fourth U.S. Firm to Reach $1 Trillion Market Value
Google's parent company joins Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as the only companies to hit a $1 trillion valuation, highlighting the technology sector's steady market leadership.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Comcast's Peacock Aims to Undercut Streaming Rivals
Comcast's NBCUniversal unveiled a multitiered pricing strategy for its coming streaming service Peacock, including free and subscription options.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

WhatsApp Backs Off Controversial Plan to Sell Ads
Facebook is backing away from efforts to sell ads in its popular messaging service, marking a retreat from a controversial plan that earlier drove the platform's creators to resign.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Marketers and Ad Agencies Ask Google Not to Kill Cookies Too Soon
Marketers and advertising agencies expressed alarm over Google's plan to phase out support of third-party cookies in its Chrome internet browser, saying an alternative should be in place first.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Fiat Chrysler, Foxconn Team Up for Electric Vehicles
Fiat Chrysler plans to develop electric vehicles with contract-electronics giant Foxconn, as the Italian-American auto maker looks to make up ground in the market for battery-powered cars.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Opioid-Maker Insys Wins Court Approval of Bankruptcy Plan
Shareholders of the once-thriving company will be wiped out under the chapter 11 plan approved in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

U.S. to Change How It Releases Economic Data
The Labor Department said it has upgraded its ability to release high-profile economic news, such as the monthly unemployment report, directly to the public—and in March will only distribute the data electronically on its website.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

An Amish Lesson for Small Business Success
By using 21st-century tools to create highly specialized products, smaller firms can outcompete the giants.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft Raises Stakes in Corporate Climate Pledge Race
The software giant said it would become "carbon negative" by 2030—taking more carbon out of the air than its operations and those of its supply chain produce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft Raises Stakes in Corporate Climate-Pledge Race
The software giant said it would become "carbon negative" by 2030—taking more carbon out of the air than its operations and those of its supply chain produce.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Universal Tries to Escape Disaster by Patching Up 'Dolittle'
Universal Pictures made efforts late in the filmmaking process to try to ensure a return on the $175 million it invested in the family-friendly movie ‘Dolittle' hitting theaters Friday, according to a person close to the production.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

The Bloomberg Effect: Huge Spending Transforms 2020 Campaign Dynamics
Michael Bloomberg has spent roughly three-quarters of the amount spent by all other presidential campaigns combined, jacking up prices for advertising and personnel. His campaign staff is already as big as what most people would have just before Election Day.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Consumer Spending Solid at End of Holiday Shopping Season
Consumers spent at a steady clip at the end of the holiday season, a sign they have continued bolstering U.S. growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

BioMarin Explores Pricing Experimental Gene Therapy at $2 Million to $3 Million
BioMarin Pharmaceutical's experimental gene therapy for hemophilia patients could cost between $2 million and $3 million if it is approved, which could make it the world's most expensive drug.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Panel Clears 737 MAX's Safety-Approval Process at FAA
Federal regulators' certification of the Boeing 737 MAX was effective and evaluating it as an all-new plane wouldn't have led to a safer plane, an independent panel set up last year found.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Health Executives Gear Up for Change at J.P. Morgan Conference
The pharmaceutical industry's top U.S. lobbyist and executives at Johnson & Johnson, Eli Lilly and CVS Health are among those who shared views at an industry gathering in San Francisco this week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

WSJ Survey: U.S., China Agreement Will Boost Growth
Economists expect U.S. growth to continue this year and business investment to increase, but the pace of hiring is seen slowing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

PPG Paints Dim Picture for 2020
The company said sales this year would be affected by new challenges including ‘lower production rates by an aerospace customer.‘

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Nestle Tries to Tackle Big Food's Plastic Problem
The Swiss consumer-goods company pledged to cut its use of plastic made from fossil fuels by a third in five years and said it would invest up to $2.08 billion to find more recycled material, a particularly big challenge for the food industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

U.S. Retail Sales Rose 0.3% in December
U.S. retail sales rose at a steady pace in December, a sign the 2019 holiday shopping season ended on a solid footing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Amazon Sought $1 Billion in Incentives on Top of Lures for HQ2
As Amazon began a search for a second headquarters in 2017, and billions in economic incentives to go with it, CEO Bezos and his top lieutenants set another goal: to secure an additional $1 billion of economic incentives for other real-estate projects.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Paint Maker PPG Warns of Uncertainty in Year Ahead
The company, which supplies auto makers, aerospace companies and other manufacturers, has grappled with slowing growth in key sectors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Major Firms Shared Vulnerability Used in Travelex Cyberattack
A vulnerability at Travelex that was exploited by hackers to disrupt the money-exchange company existed at dozens of major companies and institutions, potentially leaving them open to similar breaches, according to a cybersecurity firm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Economic Recovery Doesn't Hang on Trump's Trade Deal
Can a landmark trade deal between the U.S. and China fix the world's economic problems? Luckily, it may not have to.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

China's Purchases From U.S. Face Steep Climb to Meet Goals
Some are skeptical that Chinese purchases of American farm products, manufactured goods, business services and energy can hit the trade deal's aggressive targets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

China Touts Its Belt-and-Road Effort as Collaborative, but Foreign Companies Feel Left Out
A small number of foreign companies have been invited to participate in the trillion-dollar transcontinental infrastructure program, and Beijing has kept many partner nations at arm's length, a study by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China argues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

China Bills Its Belt and Road as a Collaboration, But Foreign Companies Feel Left Out
Not only have a minuscule number of foreign companies been invited to participate in the trillion-dollar transcontinental infrastructure program, but Beijing has also kept many partner nations at arm's length, a new study by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China argues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

For Economy, Climate Risks Are No Longer Theoretical
Climate crises in the next 30 years may resemble financial crises in recent decades: potentially quite destructive, largely unpredictable and, given the powerful underlying causes, inevitable.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

U.S.-China Troubles Could Still Damage the World's Chip Foundry
TSMC, a key supplier for Apple, AMD and Huawei, is very bullish, but persistent geopolitical tensions are still a wild card.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Sears Advisers Have Racked Up $200 Million in Fees as Vendors Await Payment
Suppliers that stocked the shelves during Sears's bankruptcy are being forced to swallow losses and some employees won't get severance they are owed, even as law firms are guaranteed full payment for their work on the retailer's chapter 11 case.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Sears Advisers Rack Up $200 Million in Fees as Vendors Await Payment
Suppliers that stocked the shelves during Sears's bankruptcy are being forced to swallow losses and some employees won't get severance they are owed, even as law firms are guaranteed full payment for their work on the retailer's chapter 11 case.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Are Consumers Ready for a Toilet Equipped With Alexa?
The bathroom is poised to become one of your home's smarter rooms thanks to a raft of new fixtures, furnishings and, yes, toilets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Australia Is Dry as a Bone and Miners Need Water to Stay Afloat
A crippling drought in eastern Australia is threatening production of commodities from coal to gold, sparking a scramble by companies for water to keep their operations going.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 16, 2020

Australia Is Dry as a Bone, and Miners Need Water to Stay Afloat
A crippling drought in eastern Australia is threatening production of commodities from coal to gold, sparking a scramble by companies for water to keep their operations going.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Juul Scales Back Overseas Expansion
Juul Labs told staff this week it may exit the South Korean market and has postponed its planned launch in New Zealand, as the troubled e-cigarette company scales back its expansion outside the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Smith & Wesson Parent Replaces CEO
The parent of gun maker Smith & Wesson said it had replaced its chief executive, citing unspecified "nonfinancial" behavior that broke company rules.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

XPO Logistics Explores Strategic Alternatives for Business Units
XPO said its board has authorized a review to examine ‘strategic alternatives' for its business divisions, which wouldn't involve the company's main trucking business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

McClatchy Misses Debt and Pension Payments as Negotiations With Creditors Continue
McClatchy, the second-largest newspaper publisher in the U.S. by circulation, skipped a $12 million debt-interest payment as it continued to negotiate with creditors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Harrah's Casino in Reno to Be Sold, Closed After 82 Years
Caesars Entertainment said it would sell the site to a real-estate developer for $50 million.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Businesses Say Trade Deal Is a Good First Step but Want Tariffs to End
Business leaders applauded the U.S.-China trade pact but stressed the need to press forward on resolving technology issues and lifting remaining tariffs on some $370 billion in Chinese-made goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

IT Spending on Track to Hit $3.9 Trillion in 2020, Gartner Says
The firm also expects world-wide IT spending to exceed $4 trillion by 2021, according to a report released Wednesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Alcoa Incurs Loss, but Predicts Improved Demand
The aluminum maker posted a fourth-quarter loss as sales fell 27%, but the company expects global demand for the metal to rise as much as 2.4% this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

T-Mobile, Sprint Leave Merger in Judge's Hands as Trial Ends
Final arguments were delivered in the antitrust fight over the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, as Wall Street grows more nervous about the deal's fate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

U.S. Targets Drug Pricing, No-Poach Deals for Antitrust Action in 2020
U.S. antitrust authorities are preparing to address alleged price-fixing by generic drugmakers, rules for music licensing and purported employer collusion in hiring practices, among other matters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Burnout Strikes Generation X Doctors Hard
Physicians between the ages of 40 and 54 experience a higher rate of burnout than older or younger doctors, according to a recent survey of more than 15,000 physicians.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Physician Burnout Is Widespread, Especially Among Those in Midcareer
Physicians between the ages of 40 and 54 experience a higher rate of burnout than older or younger doctors, according to a recent survey of more than 15,000 physicians.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Florida to Buy Everglades Parcel to Save It From Oil Drilling
Florida struck a deal to buy an expanse of land in the Everglades that will halt a plan to drill for oil that stirred outrage among conservationists.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

McDermott Lenders Agree to Hold Off on Declaring Default
McDermott International struck a deal for its lenders to wait at least six more days before they declare a default, the engineering company said as it continues restructuring negotiations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Hedge Fund Nominates Four to Tegna's Board, Setting Up Proxy Fight
Standard General nominated four candidates to the broadcast company's board, setting up a potential proxy fight.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Environmental Risks Loom Large Among Economic Forum Members
Environmental risks have jumped to the top of the concerns of government, academic and business leaders over a 10-year horizon, based on a survey of World Economic Forum members.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

U.S., China Sign Agreement Easing Trade Tensions
The U.S. and China signed a deal to sharply increase sales of U.S. goods and services to China, better protect intellectual property of companies operating in China and further open Chinese markets, especially in financial services.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Fed's Beige Book Reports Continued Modest Growth
The U.S. economy is entering 2020 on solid footing, having kept up its modest expansion in the final six weeks of 2019, the Federal Reserve said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

U.S.-China Trade Détente, but a More Dangerous World
Some of the trade war's aims were accomplished, but many weren't.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Fed's Harker Says Rates Should Hold Steady For Now, Money Markets Calm
Philadelphia Federal Reserve leader Patrick Harker said Wednesday the central bank's substantial injections of liquidity into money markets has helped bring calm to that key part of the nation's financial infrastructure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Warner Bros., Universal Aim to Merge Faltering DVD Units
Two of Hollywood's biggest studios are proposing to combine their North American home-entertainment operations, as a segment that was once key to the movie and TV businesses struggles.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jan 15, 2020

Fed's Harker: Liquidity Injections Have Brought Calm to Money Markets
Philadelphia Federal Reserve leader Patrick Harker said Wednesday the central bank's substantial injections of liquidity into money markets has helped bring calm to that key part of the nation's financial infrastructure.

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