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Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Black Friday Status Dims as Sales in Stores Fall Short
More deals offered by retailers earlier in the season partly account for a decline in foot traffic at bricks-and-mortar shops.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Pinterest Adds Elliott Executive to Its Board
The activist investor has also entered into a long-term agreement to help the social-media company grow.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Brazil, a Bastion of Hydropower, Gains Traction in Wind and Solar
The country's natural resources, including abundant sun and wind, boost the potential return companies can expect from investing in renewables there.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Honda SUV Engine-Failure Reports Spur Federal Investigation
The claims allege that loss of motive power occurs at highway speed with no warning, according to the top U.S. auto-industry regulator.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Airbus Warns It Will Miss Full-Year Delivery Target
Plane maker continues to encounter supply-chain issues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

How a 102-Year-Old Maritime Law Affects Today's Home-Heating Prices
The Jones Act aimed to prop up U.S. industry after World War I, but its limitations result in higher prices for shipments, including home heating oil and natural gas, critics say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Fanatics Hits $31 Billion Valuation in Latest Funding Round
The sports-merchandising company raised about $700 million from a group of investors, including Clearlake Capital, Silver Lake and SoftBank.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

TikTok National-Security Deal Faces More Delays
Officials and executives had hoped for a year-end deal to address national-security concerns over the popular social-media platform.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Prada Taps Former LVMH Executive as CEO
Designer Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli are bringing in Andrea Guerra to run the company and groom their son to one day take over.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Meta's Targeted Ad Model Faces Restrictions in EU
European Union privacy regulators say Facebook and Instagram shouldn't use their terms of service to require users to accept ads based on their digital activity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

U.S. Opens First Auctions for California Offshore Wind Rights
The projects would bring floating wind turbines to the West Coast, but face significant challenges due to the deep waters off California's coast.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

FTC Asks Kroger for More Information on Albertsons Deal
Regulators scrutinized the $20 billion deal that would merge two of the biggest names in the U.S. grocery industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Oil Price Cap Triggers Tanker Traffic Jam in Turkish Straits
More than a dozen massive oil tankers are stuck near the exit to the Black Sea, the first noticeable disruption to global energy markets after the West imposed a price cap on Russian crude.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

U.S. Trade Deficit Widened in October
The trade gap in goods and services expanded in October to a seasonally adjusted $78.2 billion, up from a revised $74.1 billion in September.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Supply-Chain Issues Slow Global Arms Sales
China, Asia and Europe close the gap on U.S. companies struggling with parts and labor shortages as the war in Ukraine increases demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Housing Costs, Inflation's Biggest Component, Are Poised to Ease
Surging housing costs helped keep inflation high this year but have likely already swung into reverse, economists say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Amazon Kindle Scribe vs. ReMarkable 2: Better Than Pen and Paper---for a Price
Take notes? Consider a distraction-free device with all the benefits of a modern, cloud-based backup.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

NRG Energy to Buy Vivint Smart Home for $2.8 Billion
Deal for Vivint, which offers integrated home systems that include security, lighting and other services, would accelerate NRG's consumer-focused growth strategy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

HBO Max Comes Back to Amazon Prime Video Channels After Yearlong Absence
Streaming service to be available on Amazon's platform as parent looks to increase revenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

HBO Max Comes Back to Amazon's Platform After Yearlong Absence
The streaming service will be available on Amazon Prime Video Channels as its parent looks to increase revenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Google Faces Pressure in Hong Kong Over Search Results for National Anthem
Google is under fire from officials and legislators in Hong Kong over a pro-democracy song showing up in search results for the national anthem.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Meta's Oversight Board Criticizes VIP User Program
Meta Platforms has long given unfair deference to VIP users of its Facebook and Instagram services under a program called "cross check" and has misled the public about the program, the company's oversight board said in a report.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Narcan Maker Fast-Tracked for Over-the-Counter Nasal Spray
The FDA's priority review gives opioid-overdose reversal drug an expected approval date of March 2023, company says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Narcan-Maker Gets Fast-Tracked for Over-The-Counter Nasal Spray
The FDA's priority review gives opioid-overdose reversal drug an expected approval date of March 2023, company says.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

Theranos Ex-President Sunny Balwani to Be Sentenced Wednesday
The former executive at the blood-testing startup faces a longer prison term than his boss after founder Elizabeth Holmes was sentenced to 11¼ years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 06, 2022

TSMC Raises Arizona Chip Investment to $40 Billion as Biden Visits
The Taiwan company plans second factory at the U.S. site to make advanced semiconductors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Uber Reaches Settlement With Chicago Over Fees and Restaurant Listings
Restaurants were listed without their consent and were charged excessive fees, according to a two-year investigation by the city.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Taylor Swift Fans Sue Ticketmaster
The lawsuit was among the first filed by Ms. Swift's fans since the sale for the ‘Eras Tour' sparked broad scrutiny.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Facebook Threatens to Pull News From Platform if Bill Passes Congress
Journalism Competition and Preservation Act is meant to help publishers team up to negotiate payments from tech companies.

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Dec 05, 2022

U.S., EU Agree to Coordinate Semiconductor Subsidy Programs
The two sides at a meeting make little progress over U.S. electric-car subsidies, an issue raised by the French president during his White House visit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Guns N' Roses Sues Texas-Based Gun Shop Over Name
The band says Texas Guns and Roses violated trademark laws. The store says there's no confusion between the two names.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Blinken Warns Against Phony Off-Ramp in Ukraine War
Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned that Russia may be looking for a way to step back from Ukraine without negotiating a lasting peace agreement. White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton also spoke at the event. Follow live coverage of the annual summit here.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

PepsiCo to Cut Hundreds of Jobs in North America
The layoffs will affect the company's beverage business and its snacks and packaged-foods business, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Oil Price Swings After Russia Cap Kicks In
The West imposed sanctions on Russian crude, pitching the energy conflict with Moscow into an unpredictable new phase that could inject further volatility into global oil markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Nike Severs Ties to Brooklyn Nets Player Kyrie Irving
The sneaker giant took the action after the NBA star was slow to disavow holding anti-Semitic views.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Nike Severs Its Ties to NBA Player Kyrie Irving
The sneaker giant took the action after the Brooklyn Nets star was slow to disavow holding anti-Semitic views.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield to Depart
Salesforce named current cloud executive Lidiane Jones to run the messaging app.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

AT&T to Pay $6.25 Million to Settle Claims It Tipped Off Wall Street
The Securities and Exchange Commission accused the telecom company of sharing nonpublic financial metrics with analysts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

VF Corp. Chairman and CEO Steven Rendle Retires
The apparel maker tapped a former Clorox chief as interim leader as it cut its sales and earnings guidance amid flagging demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Hertz to Pay $168 Million to Settle False-Arrest Allegations
The car-rental company has for years grappled with allegations that inventory mismanagement issues have caused it to falsely report some of its cars as stolen.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Services Come With a Smile, but Economy Could Be Frowning
A weak manufacturing sector alone could be enough to tip the U.S. into recession.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Verizon CEO Vestberg to Take Over Consumer Unit After Executive Exit
Consumer division leader Manon Brouillette departed after less than a year amid weak wireless subscriber growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Oil Price Wavers After Russia Cap Kicks In
The West imposed sanctions on Russian crude, pitching the energy conflict with Moscow into an unpredictable new phase that could inject further volatility into global oil markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Fed to Weigh Higher Interest Rates Next Year While Slowing Rises This Month
Brisk wage growth could lead officials to consider raising their policy rate above 5% in 2023 to fight inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

EU Tells Illumina How to Unwind Deal to Buy Cancer-Test Developer Grail
The European Commission said Illumina will have to restore Grail's independence and return it to the same level that existed before the acquisition.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Are Unions Seeing the Start of a Movement---or Is it Just a Moment?
It was a good year for organizing efforts. But there are many reasons to be skeptical.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Restaurant Groups Push to Overturn California Fast-Food Wage Law
A coalition of restaurants and business groups said they have submitted enough voter signatures for a ballot measure to try to halt the implementation of a new California law that would set minimum wages for fast-food workers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Jason Kilar on the Chaotic Streaming Wars---and How This Hollywood Story May End
The streaming services had a very rough 2022. Get ready for multiple business casualties, and a few winners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

This Natural-Gas Bonanza Is in the Dumps
High prices, renewable-fuel credits and new tax breaks have energy companies racing to turn landfill emissions into fuel.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Foxconn's November Revenue Fell 11% After Covid Outbreak at iPhone Factory
In its monthly revenue report, the iPhone assembler said the Covid situation is under control and it is moving toward restoring normal production capacity.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Foxconn's Revenue Hit by Covid Outbreak at iPhone Factory
Since October, Foxconn has been scrambling to contain the outbreak at its Zhengzhou facility in China, the world's biggest iPhone assembly site.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Ad Firms Predict Slower Advertising Growth for 2023
Consumer-packaged goods and finance marketers could see flat ad spending in 2023, while entertainment, travel and betting will enjoy tailwinds, according to a forecast from media investment firm Magna.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Oil Price Rises After Russia Cap Kicks In
The West imposed sanctions on Russian crude, pitching the energy conflict with Moscow into an unpredictable new phase that could inject further volatility into global oil markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

FDA Takes Tougher Line on Fast-Tracked Drugs
GSK and Roche have pulled drugs approved on an accelerated basis, while other drugmakers win speedy approvals only after starting confirmatory studies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Fed Could Pencil in Higher Interest Rates Next Year While Slowing Hikes in December
Brisk wage growth could lead officials to consider raising their policy rate above 5% in 2023 to fight inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Railroads Focus on Stabilizing Workforce After Strike Is Averted
The federal rail regulator and businesses criticize service disruptions. Norfolk Southern is rethinking how it handles furloughs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

TSMC's Arizona Chip Plant, Awaiting Biden Visit, Faces Birthing Pains
High costs, lack of trained personnel and unexpected construction snags are among the issues cited by the Taiwanese company as it rushes to get the $12 billion factory ready to start production in December 2023.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

Europeans Cut Back on Spending, Pointing to Recession Ahead
In contrast to the U.S., retail sales in Europe fell sharply as consumers were hit by significantly higher heating and electricity bills.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 05, 2022

New Zealand Plans to Make Facebook, Google Pay for News
New Zealand said it would seek to require online platforms like Alphabet's Google and Facebook owner Meta Platforms to pay news publishers for content.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

U.S. and Europe Gird for Trade Spat Over Washington's Push for Domestic Investment
European officials say subsidies in the Inflation Reduction Act threaten the region's economy as it teeters on the verge of a recession.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Trade and Supplier Prices in Focus
The producer-price index, coming Friday, could show whether inflationary pressures eased further in November.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Stop Yourself From Tipsy Texting This Holiday Season
An evening of holiday toasts can turn into a morning of social-media and messaging regrets. Adjusting phone and app settings beforehand might prevent that.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Billions in Covid Aid Went to Hospitals That Didn't Need It
The federal funds benefited some well-off medical systems but weren't enough for many that were struggling to provide pandemic care, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis; "We sorely needed that money."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Employers Try to Hold Line on Wages, With Mixed Success
Vacancies and job-hopping are down, and some pay indicators have cooled, but a pickup in hourly earnings in November shows workers still have leverage.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Twitter, Tesla, Neuralink, SpaceX: A Week Running on Musk Time
The busy entrepreneur's propensity for ambitious, fuzzy deadlines—familiar to followers of his companies—is now on display at the social-media platform.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

OPEC Keeps Oil Curbs Despite Russia Price Cap
OPEC agreed to stick to its oil output targets two days after the Group of Seven nations agreed to a price cap on Russian oil, delegates said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Poor Countries Feel Sting of Local-Currency Debt
Some of the world's poorest economies embraced borrowing in their own currencies as a shield from swings in the dollar. Now that strategy may be coming back to bite.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

CVS Tries Out Remote System to Help Fill Prescriptions
Some of the chain's pharmacists check pill counts and handle other tasks from miles away.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Why You Can't Find Wegovy, the Weight-Loss Drug
Novo Nordisk underestimated how big demand for the drug would be and wasn't ready to make enough to fill the prescriptions that flooded in.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Chevron's Long Game in Venezuela Brings It Political Risk
Company's license to pump oil depends on progress toward free elections by the Maduro regime and its opponents.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 04, 2022

Business-Software Companies Say Customers Are Pulling Back Amid Economic Concerns
Salesforce, Okta and CrowdStrike describe how clients are delaying certain purchases and becoming more cautious.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Iger's Return Opens Door for Florida to Consider Restoring Disney's Tax Privileges
A Florida lawmaker said Robert Iger's return as Disney CEO has boosted the prospects that the state could work out a new deal with the entertainment company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Sam Bankman-Fried Says He Can't Account for Billions Sent to Alameda
FTX's founder said he couldn't explain what happened to billions of dollars that customers of his failed cryptocurrency exchange sent to the bank accounts of his trading firm.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

From CNN to Paramount, Media Companies Cut Jobs as Pressures Mount
An advertising slowdown, economic worries and strains of the shift to streaming have many major media companies in cost-cutting mode.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

From CNN to Paramount, Perfect Storm in Media Propels Layoffs
An advertising slowdown, economic worries and strains of the shift to streaming have many major media companies in cost-cutting mode.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Delta Offers Pilots 34% Raises Over Four-Year Deal
The proposal still needs to be approved by union leaders and then would have to be ratified by Delta's pilots. But an agreement would set a bar for rivals that are also trying to hammer out new contracts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Russia to Rely on 'Shadow Fleet' of Oil Tankers
Whether the world's biggest crude exporter succeeds in skirting new harsh sanctions starting Monday depends on a non-Western aligned fleet.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Runoff Propels Atlanta TV Station to Ad Cash Crown
The spending nationally for campaign ads in the 2022 cycle is nearing $9 billion and could surpass presidential levels.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

A Central Bank That Raised Rates Early Now Talks Up Recession
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is encouraging households to cut spending in a bid to quash expectations for more inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Rail Strike Threat Reveals Supply-Chain Risks to Economy
The threat of a railroad strike this month revealed potential new risks of supply-chain disruptions just as pandemic-era bottlenecks were fading.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Amazon's Quest for the 'Holy Grail' of Robotics
Automating some warehouse functions could let the giant do more with its existing workforce—or the retailer may not require all the humans it employs today.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 03, 2022

Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China
Burned by Covid lockdowns and worker protests at Foxconn plants, the iPhone maker is looking to diversify the supply chain that has powered its growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

G-7 Nations Agree to Cap Russian Oil at $60 a Barrel
The move came just hours after the European Union united behind the figure, as Western nations try to curb Moscow's ability to wage war in Ukraine by squeezing Russia's oil revenues while keeping global supplies steady.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Amazon Executive Who Oversaw Entertainment Push Departs
Jeff Blackburn's departure is expected to result in further leadership changes at Amazon's global media and entertainment division.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

EU Backs Russian Oil Price Cap of $60 a Barrel
The European Union reached a deal on a $60 a barrel cap on the price of Russian oil Friday, paving the way for the Group of Seven advanced democracies to launch the unprecedented mechanism on Monday, diplomats said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

United Airlines Close to Deal for Dozens of Boeing 787 Dreamliners
If completed, the deal would be worth billions of dollars in revenue and mark a victory for the U.S. plane maker over its European rival Airbus.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. Economy Added 263,000 Jobs in November
The U.S. economy added jobs in November and the jobless rate remained at 3.7%, signs of continued strength in the labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

What the Jobs Report Means for the Fed and Rates
The strong November jobs report keeps the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates by a half percentage point at its meeting in two weeks and underscores the risk that officials will raise rates above 5% next year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Some Companies Are Ditching the Holiday Party. Others Are Busting Out the Lobster.
After two years of virtual or pared-back events, some employers are ready to pull out the stops and party.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

John Palmour Changed Recipe for Making Microchips
As a grad student, John Palmour took a chance on an unproven way to make semiconductors, and went on to co-found a strategically important maker of silicon carbide and gallium nitride electronic devices, Wolfspeed Inc.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. Added 263,000 Jobs in November
The U.S. economy added jobs in November and the jobless rate remained at 3.7%, signs of continued strength in the labor market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

EU, G-7 Wait on Poland to Advance Russian Oil-Price Cap
The European Union and the Group of Seven advanced economies are awaiting word on whether Poland will agree to a $60-a-barrel price cap on Russian oil that is supposed to take effect Monday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Boeing Races to Win Congressional Reprieve for New 737 MAX Models
Carriers including United, Delta and Southwest are banking on the new 737 MAX models to expand their flight networks and reduce fuel costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Boeing Seeks Congressional Reprieve for New 737 MAX
Carriers including United, Delta and Southwest are banking on the new 737 MAX models to expand their flight networks and reduce fuel costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Chinese Solar Manufacturers Dodged U.S. Tariffs
The preliminary Commerce Department findings, expected on Friday, are likely to accelerate importers' race to find other sources.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Canada Pushes Canadian Content, Irking Big Tech
The proposal would require digital platforms to rework algorithms to feature content from Canadian artists.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Lack of Wind Pushes Europe's Power Prices Higher, Just as Cold Sets In
Falling wind speeds in Europe are pushing power and gas prices higher, underscoring the heightened vulnerability of the continent's energy system to weather conditions this winter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

European Frustration Mounts Over U.S. Subsidies Ahead of Meeting
Rising tensions over the "Buy American" provisions attached to a package of climate-related subsidies threatens to spoil the mood at Monday's high-level U.S.-European Union meeting.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

European Frustration Over U.S. Subsidies Mounts Ahead of Key Meeting
Rising tensions over the "Buy American" provisions attached to a package of climate-related subsidies threatens to spoil the mood at Monday's high-level U.S.-European Union meeting.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 02, 2022

Cash-Hungry Companies Get Creative Raising Capital
Dozens of companies have recently raised money through so-called structured private funding rounds, and bankers and lawyers say there are many more in the works.

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