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Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Crypto 'Wild West' Needs Stronger Investor Protection, SEC Chief Says
The Securities and Exchange Commission will police cryptocurrency markets to the maximum extent possible, Chairman Gary Gensler said, repeating his call for Congress to grant the agency more authority and resources to regulate the sector.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Boeing Starliner Launch Delayed by Propulsion Problem
The aerospace giant says its engineers detected the issue during prelaunch checks Monday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Alibaba Posts Lower Profit as Chinese Tech Giant Boosts Spending
The company invested heavily to bolster its retail platforms as it faces rising competition in China's e-commerce market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Activision Replaces Blizzard Head as It Faces Gender-Bias Lawsuit
A California agency accused executive J. Allen Brack and others at the company of failing to respond to employee complaints of harassment, discrimination and retaliation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Tyson Foods to Require Vaccines for All U.S. Workers
The meat giant, which would offer a $200 bonus to its front-line workers as an incentive, is aiming for total vaccination of its employees by Nov. 1. The company's target is partly subject to discussions with labor unions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Activision Replaces Blizzard Head as It Grapples With Gender-Bias Lawsuit
A California agency accused executive J. Allen Brack and others at the company of failing to respond to employee complaints of harassment, discrimination and retaliation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Facebook Acquisition Review Shows EU's New Antitrust Power
The company has hit a new obstacle in Europe for its planned takeover of a New York-based startup, showing how antitrust muscle-flexing is increasingly affecting deals an ocean away.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Marriott Posts Quarterly Gains, Sees Business Travel Picking Up in the Fall
The hotel chain expects demand for business and group stays to rise in the fall as it anticipates more workers returning to offices on a hybrid basis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Marriott Posts Quarterly Gains, Sees Business Travel Picking Up This Fall
The hotel chain expects demand for business and group stays to rise in the fall as it anticipates more workers returning to offices on a hybrid basis.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Boeing Starliner Launch: When Is It and How to Watch It Live
Boeing is scheduled to make a second attempt to launch its Starliner space taxi to the International Space Station on Tuesday, testing the capsule ahead of its planned first flight with astronauts on board later this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

PepsiCo to Sell Tropicana, Naked Juice Brands
The snacks-and-beverage company plans to sell Tropicana and other juice brands to private-equity firm PAI Partners in a deal valued at roughly $4.5 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Alibaba Posts Quarterly Profit Lifted by E-Commerce and Cloud Computing
The tech giant's profit attributable to shareholders was about $6.99 billion on about $31.9 billion in revenue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Law School Loses Luster as Debts Mount and Salaries Stagnate
With high-paying jobs out of reach for most, graduates of the University of Miami and other well-regarded programs routinely carry six-figure student loans for years. "I thought I would come out making much more than I did," said a recent graduate who owes nearly $300,000.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Wolverine Buys Sweaty Betty for $410 Million
The maker of Wolverine boots and Keds, Saucony and Merrell sneakers is diving deeper into apparel with the acquisition of women's activewear brand Sweaty Betty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Wolverine to Buy Sweaty Betty for $410 Million
The maker of Wolverine boots and Keds, Saucony and Merrell sneakers is diving deeper into apparel with the acquisition of women's activewear brand Sweaty Betty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

PepsiCo to Sell Tropicana, Naked Juice Brands to Private-Equity Firm
The snacks-and-beverage company will sell Tropicana, Naked and other juice brands in North America to private-equity firm PAI Partners, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Jeep, Dodge Maker Posts Strong Results Amid Higher Demand and Prices
Stellantis also warned that increases in raw-material prices were likely to get worse in the second half and a global shortage of chips is likely to continue to hit production.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

China Takes Aim at Auto Chip Dealers With Global Supplies Low
China's top market watchdog said it is investigating auto chip dealers that it suspects are driving up prices during the global chip shortage.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Cable, Internet Companies Stand to Gain From Broadband Funding in Infrastructure Bill
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill moving through the Senate includes $65 billion to improve internet access for poor and isolated communities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Apartment Rents Increase as Workers Return to Cities
Landlord stocks are up big this year, as the rental market exceeds expectations in places like Atlanta.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

China Shuns Ericsson, Nokia as the West Curbs Huawei
The U.S. and many of its allies have restricted the use of 5G cellular equipment made by China's Huawei. Now Beijing is doing the same to Huawei's Western rivals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Tencent Sinks After China Denounces Online Gaming
Shares in Tencent and rivals plummeted after a state-owned newspaper criticized online gaming as "opium for the mind," fueling concerns that the companies' games could be swept up into a broader regulatory crackdown.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Sanofi Snaps Up mRNA Specialist for $3.2 Billion
French healthcare company Sanofi agreed to acquire Translate Bio, a big vote of confidence that the new technology underpinning two successful Covid-19 vaccines holds promise beyond the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 03, 2021

Tesla Rival Li Auto Launches $2 Billion Hong Kong Share Sale
Electric-car maker Li Auto kicked off a near-$2 billion stock offering in Hong Kong, joining a string of U.S.-listed Chinese companies in tapping investors closer to home.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Federal Labor Official Recommends Alabama Amazon Workers Hold New Vote, Union Says
A federal official from the National Labor Relations Board recommends that the results be nullified from an earlier vote in which Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama cast ballots against unionizing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Ernst & Young to Pay $10 Million to Settle SEC Probe
The accounting firm was investigated for allegedly obtaining confidential information improperly in pursuit of an audit contract.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Masks Are Back On at Home Depot, McDonald's and Target
The companies are among a growing number of national businesses resetting their policies in the face of the Delta variant.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

White House Pushes Distribution of Aid to Renters as Eviction Moratorium Expires
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is facing an uprising from progressive Democrats who want a vote on legislation that would protect renters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Neogen Discloses Iran Sanctions Probe
Food-safety and veterinary-products company Neogen said it received an administrative subpoena from the Treasury Department's sanctions enforcer related to business dealings involving parties located in Iran.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Yellen to Enact Steps to Avoid Breaching Debt Ceiling
The Treasury Secretary urges Congress to increase the ceiling, which went back into effect on Sunday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Target, Facebook Issue Mask Requirements for Some Employees
The retailer is focusing on high-Covid-19 counties, while the tech company is issuing mandate for all U.S. offices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Delta Variant Stalls Asia's Economic Recovery
Asia is emerging as a weak link in an otherwise strong global economic recovery, as rising Covid-19 cases and slow progress on vaccinations begin to paralyze a region that had kept the coronavirus in check.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Square Keeps Its Equal Sides With Afterpay Deal
Afterpay is an acquisition that can boost Square's appeal to both buyers and sellers and link the two, which is what investors have been betting on.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Retailers Take Steps to Follow Shifting Guidance on Masks
Target said it would require workers to wear masks regardless of vaccination status in counties deemed at high risk of Covid-19 transmission, mirroring policies implemented by other companies last week in the wake of new guidance on mask wearing from U.S. officials.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Progressives Press Pelosi Over Eviction Moratorium
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is facing an uprising from progressive Democrats who want a vote on legislation protecting renters after a federal eviction moratorium expired.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Theranos Patients at Core of Fraud Case
The government hopes patient testimony—if a judge allows it—in the closely watched criminal fraud trial will support the charge that Elizabeth Holmes touted the company's medical tests as reliable despite knowing of bad results. The former executive has pleaded not guilty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Theranos Patients: The Emerging Wild Card in the Trial of Elizabeth Holmes
The government hopes patient testimony—if a judge allows it—in the closely watched criminal fraud trial will support the charge that Elizabeth Holmes touted the company's medical tests as reliable despite knowing of bad results. The former executive has pleaded not guilty.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine to Be Sold to Blackstone-Backed Company
The venture will be run by former Walt Disney executives Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs, who are hunting for content companies amid a land-grab for high-quality programming in Hollywood.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine to Be Sold to Media Company Backed by Blackstone
The venture Blackstone is backing will be run by former Walt Disney executives Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs, who are hunting for content companies amid a land-grab for high-quality programming in Hollywood.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Debt Ceiling Deadline: What It Means and How Congress Can Act
The clock is ticking for Congress to reach a deal to raise the federal borrowing limit before the government runs out of money to pay its bills some time over the coming months.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Heineken's Usual Advantage Will Slow Its Recovery
A big business in developing countries is normally a reason to buy Heineken's shares. For now, though, slow vaccination rollouts have taken the fizz out of some of the world's most promising beer markets.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Big Apple Takes Bite Out of Food Delivery
New bills passed in New York City could curb some appeal of companies such as Grubhub, DoorDash and Uber Eats.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

As Delta Variant Rages, More Workers on Edge About Return to the Office
Workers' return-to-office plans are murkier than ever, as the spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant leads to new face-mask and vaccination mandates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Fuel-Efficiency Standards Are Set to Get Tougher. The Question Is by How Much.
Auto industry pushes for middle ground as environmentalists seek aggressive mileage targets. The administration's stricter rules could come as early as this week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

New Fuel-Efficiency Standards Risk Splitting Groups
Auto industry pushes for middle ground as environmentalists seek aggressive mileage targets. The administration's stricter rules could come as early as this week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

News Corp to Buy OPIS for $1.15 Billion
The parent of The Wall Street Journal and HarperCollins Publishers will purchase Oil Price Information Service, an energy and renewables information-services company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Utilities Eye Mini Nuclear Reactors as Climate Concerns Grow
Despite the enticement of carbon-free power, critics say small modular reactors have the same safety and cost challenges of big nukes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

ZocDoc Names Morgan Stanley Investment Banker as CFO
Medical startup ZocDoc named Edward Liu, a former Morgan Stanley investment banker, as its new chief financial officer as it looks to grow its business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Foot Locker to Buy Two Retailers for $1.1 Billion
The sneaker seller is acquiring WSS and Atmos as it seeks customers beyond the mall.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Fed Chairman's Approach to Regulation Has Drawn Criticism
Some progressive Democrats say Jerome Powell's Federal Reserve hasn't been tough enough on large financial firms, arguing that the central bank's tweaks to rules adopted after the 2008-09 financial crisis significantly softened the impact of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Fed Chairman's Approach to Regulation Has Drawn Some Criticism
Some progressive Democrats say Jerome Powell's Fed hasn't been tough enough on large financial firms, arguing that the central bank's tweaks to rules adopted after the 2008-09 financial crisis significantly softened the impact of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

Banks Pull Back Funds for Coal Projects in Asia
Banks are cutting off funding for new coal-fueled power plants in poorer Asian countries, a move that could hasten the shift toward cleaner energy sources in some of the fastest-growing parts of the world.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 02, 2021

How Shein Became the Chinese Apparel Maker Teens Love
The company leverages China's robust garment districts to produce an ever-changing assortment of low-price clothes that are attracting younger shoppers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Square Agrees to Acquire Afterpay for $29 Billion
The Australian installment-payment company, which positions its service as a cheaper and more responsible alternative to a credit card, will be integrated into Square's Seller and Cash App business units.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Renters in South Look Most Vulnerable After Eviction Ban Expires
Laws and procedures to evict tenants in some Southern states are among the most landlord-friendly in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Succession Drama at Scholastic: CEO's Sudden Death, an Office Romance and a Surprise Will
When Richard Robinson died he left behind a surprising succession plan. He didn't give control of the $1.2 billion publisher to either of his two sons, or his siblings, or his ex-wife, but to Iole Lucchese, Scholastic's chief strategy officer. She also inherited all his personal possessions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Succession Drama Grips Scholastic: CEO's Sudden Death, an Office Romance and a Surprise Will
Richard Robinson stunned his family by bequeathing his controlling stake in the ‘Harry Potter' publisher to senior executive Iole Lucchese.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Economy Week Ahead: Factories, Trade, Employment
The U.S. employment report for July is the focus of this week's economic indicators.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

'Jungle Cruise' Debut Is Latest Example of Covid-19, Co-Release Challenges
After several weeks of encouraging premieres, Hollywood's return to the box office has struggled with middling performances topping the charts.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Chile Workers at World's Biggest Copper Mine Vote to Strike
The move potentially risks supply disruptions of a key metal as the world's economy continues to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Sale of Marlboro Ranch Snuffs Out Smokers' Vacation Dreams
Cigarette maker Philip Morris USA sold the Montana property and some are disappointed; "I decided now's a good time to try to quit."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Ford's Utility Man Steers Its Commercial-Vehicle Push
Ted Cannis applies a diverse background to a new strategic imperative: expanding services to those customers buying work trucks and vans.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Heavyweight Companies Enjoy Outsize Rewards as Economy Rebounds
Corporate titans raced ahead during the pandemic, and they are extending that lead over smaller rivals as the rich world bounces back.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Reduction in Fed's Asset Purchases Might Not Spark 'Taper Tantrum'
Research suggests the pace of asset purchases matters less than the ultimate size of Fed's bond portfolio.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Tech Startup Financing Hits Records
The world's largest investment funds are descending on Silicon Valley with unprecedented financial force, roiling the once-niche business of tech startup funding and crowding out traditional venture capitalists.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Our 2021 Laptop Buying Guide: How to Choose the Best for You
Now is a great time to buy a new laptop: The surge in sales and usage during the past 18 months finally got manufacturers to improve what had been fairly stagnant offerings. Here‘s how to picking the right one.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Two U.S. Companies Seek Continued Tariffs on Imported Solar Panels
Auxin Solar and Suniva plan to ask the U.S. International Trade Commission to extend the solar tariffs for four years, reigniting a fight that has split the industry—and could force the White House to choose sides.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

These New Hires Made Fast Friends Working From Home
Making connections when starting a new remote job can be hard, but many younger workers have overcome the awkwardness of the digital chat box to initiate meaningful friendships.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Samsung Takes Intel's Chip-Seller Crown, but Bigger Battle Looms
Intel, knocked off its perch as the biggest-revenue chip maker by Samsung, is looking to take on its South Korean rival in one of the business world's costliest endeavors: contract manufacturing of the most-advanced chips.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Investors Bet Price Pressures Will Ease
Inflation has vexed money managers this year, yet markets are starting to signal that investors may be growing less fearful of price trends.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

Higher Pay for New Workers Ripples Through the Ranks
Companies across the U.S. are raising the pay floor for new employees in a difficult hiring market, prompting longtime workers to reassess their own compensation and get more.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Aug 01, 2021

FDA Under Pressure to Grant Full Approval to Covid-19 Vaccines
Some schools, hospitals and employers are hesitant to mandate vaccines while shots are still only authorized for emergency use.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 31, 2021

Robinhood Sold IPO Shares to Over 300,000 of Its Customers
Users representing about 1.3% of the company's funded accounts participated in Robinhood's initial public offering earlier this week, according to numbers provided by the online brokerage.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 31, 2021

Behind the Rise of U.S. Solar Power, a Mountain of Chinese Coal
The West's transition to renewable energy relies heavily on China's low-cost, high-emissions industry, and governments and companies are looking for changes at the source.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 31, 2021

In Massachusetts, the Fight Is On Over Natural-Gas Bans
The state is a hot spot in the battle over phasing out gas for home cooking and heating in favor of electricity, with opponents worried about higher costs and unfamiliar technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 31, 2021

Towns Trying to Ban Natural Gas Face Resistance in Push for All-Electric Homes
Massachusetts is emerging a hot spot in the battle over phasing out gas for home cooking and heating in favor of electricity, with opponents worried about higher costs and unfamiliar technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 31, 2021

Is a Four-Day Week the Future of Work?
Working fewer hours is getting a new look during the pandemic as companies experiment with cures for employee burnout.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Fed's Brainard Says Labor Market Hasn't Satisfied Goals for Reducing Bond Purchases
Fed governor Lael Brainard says the labor market is, however, on track to reach a key threshold around the end of the year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart, Disney to Require Vaccines for Some U.S. Staff
Walmart and Disney are requiring thousands of their U.S. workers to get vaccinated for Covid-19 amid a shift in federal health guidelines and rising U.S. cases in recent weeks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

A No-Jerks Policy Ignited Morale at the Company Behind Yankee Candle
When Ravi Saligram took over Newell Brands, employees told him of a toxic workplace culture. ‘If they pushed back on something, they would get fired on the spot.'

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Biden to Tap Artificial Intelligence Expert as Top Business Diplomat
Stanford professor Ramin Toloui is the president's pick for assistant secretary of state for business, a White House official said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart to Require Vaccines for Corporate Staff, Bring Back Face-Mask Rules for Stores
The retail giant's move—for U.S. counties deemed at high risk of Covid-19 transmission—is another sign that federal guidelines issued earlier this week have wide business implications.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Bezos' Blue Origin Rebuffed in Contract Protest
A federal agency upheld the decision to make Elon Musk's SpaceX the sole winner of a contract to develop a moon lander for NASA.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Scarlett Johansson's Agent Rips Disney Over 'Black Widow' Dispute
Creative Artists Agency has stepped into the fight between Scarlett Johansson and Walt Disney over financial fallout from the streaming release of "Black Widow," accusing the studio of attacking her character.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Publisher Buys Stakes From Prince's Heirs in Bid to Steer Singer's Legacy
Primary Wave has acquired the largest interest in the Prince estate, betting that by gaining control over the estate it can turn its assets into business opportunities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Infrastructure Bill Now Faces Restive House Progressives
Democrats' liberal wing want to ensure antipoverty, climate and healthcare proposals in separate package don't get sidelined.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Elon Musk's 'Delivery Hell'
September of 2018 was a do-or-die moment for Tesla. The auto maker's CEO had staked the company's future on a promise to deliver huge numbers of cars by the end of the month—and a quarterly profit. But getting the vehicles to customers in time wasn't easy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart to Reinstate Mask Mandate for Store Workers in Counties at High Covid Risk
The retail giant's move—for U.S. counties deemed at high risk of Covid-19 transmission—is another sign that federal guidelines issued earlier this week have wide business implications.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Record Lumber Prices Deliver Sawmills a Windfall
Forest-product firms notched record profits during the spring quarter, when wood prices surged thanks to the pandemic forest-product frenzy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Tesla Battery Catches Fire at Utility Storage Project in Australia
The fire broke out where France's Neoen SA is installing 210 Tesla Megapacks as part of a 300-megawatt battery storage project.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Prince's Heirs, Music Publisher Seek to Make It Rain Purple---And Green
Primary Wave has acquired the largest interest in the Prince estate, betting that by gaining control over the estate it can turn its assets into business opportunities.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

U.S. Trade Representative's Top China Adviser Resigns
Mark Wu said he is returning in August to Harvard Law School where he focuses on intellectual property issues and Chinese trade policy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Bonanza for Big Luxury Brands Points to Small, Private Casualties
Listed labels like Hermès and Louis Vuitton have charged past their pre-pandemic sales. The question is who they are taking so much market share from.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

When It Comes to ESG, Companies Often Find It Hard to Stand Out
One reason: Various metrics are rolled up into one number, making it hard to differentiate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Household Spending Rose in June, Before Delta Upswing
U.S. households boosted spending last month, though the current increase in Covid-19 cases related to the Delta variant and higher inflation are injecting uncertainty into the economic outlook.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Big Oil Companies, Back in the Money, Keep Spending Tight
Exxon and Chevron reported strong profits as some economies recover from the pandemic, but the oil giants, like their European counterparts, preach capital discipline.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Polaris Considers More Price Increases
Polaris Inc.'s finance chief is weighing additional price increases and adding suppliers as part shortages dent the sports-vehicle maker's retail sales.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

Amazon Hit With Record EU Privacy Fine
The fine, which Amazon disclosed Friday in a securities filing, was issued two weeks ago by Luxembourg's privacy regulator and accompanied by an order to revise certain business practices that Amazon didn't specify.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

The Ever Given, Fresh From Suez, Becomes a Tourist Attraction
The Port of Rotterdam is selling tickets for a boat ride past the container ship that disrupted global trade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Jul 30, 2021

World Economy Roars Back From Covid-19 Collapse
The world economy likely returned to its pre-pandemic size in the spring, according to economists, but new variants of Covid-19 are casting a cloud over the global expansion.

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