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Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Salesforce, Delta Air Lines, Best Buy: Stocks That Defined the Week
Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the week's news, including Salesforce, Delta and Best Buy..

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

United Begins Flying Pfizer's Covid-19 Vaccine
United Airlines began operating charter flights to position doses for quick distribution if the shots are approved by regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Hertz to Sell Donlen Fleet Business to Athene for $875 Million
Bankrupt rental-car company plans to use proceeds from the proposed sale to pay down debt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday in a Pandemic Means Fewer Shoppers, Deals
Clothing retailers and department stores canceled orders and discounted heavily to clear unsold merchandise during spring lockdowns. Many have kept inventories slim since then, which allows them to discount less.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

GM Plans to Seek Banking Charter to Grow Auto-Lending Business
General Motors Financial Company has been talking to federal and state banking regulators for months about forming an industrial loan company and could file applications to do so as early as December, people familiar with the matter said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Mirror Entrepreneur Sold Her Fitness Startup to Lululemon. Letting Go Meant Sticking Around.
When Brynn Putnam sold her company for $500 million, she couldn't walk away from what she created. She joins a list of prominent entrepreneurs who cashed in without checking out.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Oil Prices Seen Remaining Subdued Into 2021
Covid-19 vaccines could bolster both the global economy and demand for oil in 2021, but elevated levels of coronavirus cases could have a negative effect, with fresh restrictions on travel and business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday During Pandemic Means Fewer Shoppers, Deals
Clothing retailers and department stores canceled orders and discounted heavily to clear unsold merchandise during spring lockdowns. Many have kept inventories slim since then, which allows them to discount less.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Bean Counters No More, Internal Audit Embraces Broader Risk Advisory Role
Richard Chambers, chief executive of the Institute of Internal Auditors, spoke with Risk & Compliance Journal about how the roles of internal auditors have expanded as investors and regulators have demanded more disclosures about how companies manage a range of nonfinancial risks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

The Resurrection of the Office Phone Call
The Covid pandemic has brought back an old mode of communication that millennial workers used to shun. It's a happy medium between Zoom calls and instant messages.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Amazon Sets Holiday Bonus for Front-Line Staff
The company is committing $500 million toward holiday bonuses for front-line employees, including $300 for anyone who works full-time for all of December.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Trump's Payroll-Tax Deferral Creates Predicament for Congress
Lawmakers haven't figured out what to do for federal workers who got a temporary paycheck boost but now face a looming cut in take-home pay.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Wary of New Lockdowns, CFOs Stand Ready With Covid Contingency Plans
Finance chiefs say they are better prepared to navigate inventory challenges and cost cuts than they were last spring.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Covid-19 Vaccine Studies May Suffer as Volunteers Consider Dropping Out
Some people in Covid-19 vaccine trials say they may drop out if a vaccine gets authorized and they believe they received a placebo, a move that could hinder the collection of data needed to fully assess how safe and long-lasting the inoculations are.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

India's GDP Shrinks as Covid-19 Keeps Stranglehold on Economy
The coronavirus pandemic has strangled one of the most powerful engines of economic growth in the world: spending by India's 1.3 billion consumers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Florida's Approval of $15 Minimum Wage Sets Up Battle in Other States
Advocates are hoping to pass similar measures in other states, but still-elevated unemployment and lower costs of living in rural areas remain challenges.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Covid-19 or Not, Here Vimeo Comes
As business increasingly moves online, Vimeo should have investors tuning in, even once they are physically back at work.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Covid-19 Infections Surge at One of World's Largest Medical Glove Makers
A sharp rise in coronavirus cases tied to factories and workplaces has led to a Covid-19 resurgence in Malaysia, a sign of how industrial settings can become vectors of contagion as global demand recovers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Covid-19 Pushes Rural Hospitals to Their Limits
The fresh Covid-19 surge has taken root in rural communities, straining small hospitals that are often vital waystations for patients who need to be transferred to larger facilities with more specialists and equipment. Now, many larger hospitals are full.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Next Step in Government Data Tracking is the Internet of Things
The Air Force Research Laboratory is testing a commercial software platform that taps mobile phones as a window onto usage of hundreds of millions of computers, routers, fitness trackers and other networked devices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Spotify Needs More Than a Cup of Joe
Joe Rogan's podcast, about to go exclusive, will need to deliver a big boost in paid users to justify the Spotify stock's run.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Slack Missed Out on Pandemic's Zoom Boom, Leaving It Vulnerable
When the coronavirus sent millions of professionals working remotely, other companies seized the spotlight, making Slack a potential acquisition target.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Renewable Energy Industry Readies Wish Lists for Biden
Solar and wind associations gear up for a Joe Biden presidency much friendlier to their industry than the Trump administration.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

The Class of 2020 Looks for Work
Months after graduating into the most challenging employment market in generations, many are still searching for that first job, grappling with rescinded offers and putting dreams on hold.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

The Ultimate Guide to the Best (Yet Boring) Home Office Gadget Gifts
Give the gift of work-from-home productivity, from laptop stands to USB-C dongles to 4K monitors.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Class of 2020 Looks for Work
Months after graduating into the most challenging employment market in generations, many are still searching for that first job, grappling with rescinded offers and putting dreams on hold.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday Deals Are More Tame as Coronavirus Alters Sales Strategies
Clothing retailers and department stores canceled orders and discounted heavily to clear unsold merchandise during the spring coronavirus lockdown. They continue to keep inventories slim, which allows them to discount less.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday Deals Become Tamer, as Covid-19 Alters Sales Strategies
Clothing retailers and department stores canceled orders and discounted heavily to clear unsold merchandise during the spring coronavirus lockdown. They continue to keep inventories slim, which allows them to discount less.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

Cars Are Going Digital, But Detroit Has a Long Road Ahead
It will be awhile until car makers can reap the benefits of turning your next vehicle into a giant smartphone

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

China Escalates Australia Trade Dispute With Wine Tariffs
China imposed anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine, escalating a monthslong trade dispute and forcing local vintners to seek other markets for millions of bottles during a pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 27, 2020

How Property Booms Eat Our Economic Future
An increasing body of research looking at the U.S. and Chinese real-estate markets suggests that long booms may drag on the productivity of the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Tried Tofurky? Maybe It's Time for YamChops or Incogmeato
The race for a piece of the faux-meat market tests companies' ability to concoct new names for vegetable-based products; ‘Plant positivity'

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Disney Plans More Layoffs as Pandemic Hits Businesses
Walt Disney said it would lay off about 32,000 employees, primarily at its theme parks, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drag on its businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

With Slack, Salesforce Would Put Heat on Microsoft
The battle to be the go-to business-software provider is intensifying, as Salesforce looks to acquire Slack Technologies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

TikTok Stars Proved Key in Strategy to Fight U.S. Ban
A lawsuit by popular users looked like a grass-roots effort, but the legal action was orchestrated behind the scenes by TikTok and parent company ByteDance, according to people familiar with the effort.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

How Three TikTok Stars Beat Back U.S. Plans to Ban the App
A lawsuit by popular users looked like a grass-roots effort, but the legal action was orchestrated behind the scenes by TikTok and parent company ByteDance, according to people familiar with the effort.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Covid-19 Crisis Could Set Back a Generation of Women, U.N. Report Finds
The Covid pandemic is squeezing working mothers out of the world's labor pool in ways that could damage women's economic prospects for years to come, according to a United Nations study.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

U.K.'s Centrica Seeks to Sell Liquefied Natural Gas Portfolio
The energy supplier is trying to sell its portfolio of LNG supply contracts and other assets, according to people familiar with the matter, as it seeks to simplify its operations amid volatile LNG prices.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Sycamore Bids $540 Million for Ann Taylor, Other Ascena Brands
Ascena Retail Group said the private equity firm has committed to retaining a "substantial portion" of the stores it seeks to buy out of bankruptcy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Disney Plans Further Layoffs as Covid-19 Restricts Theme Parks
Walt Disney said it would lay off about 32,000 employees, primarily at its theme parks, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drag on its businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Offices and Malls Will Look Different After Covid-19
Commercial properties will be helped by a coronavirus vaccine, but long-term pressures may accelerate postpandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Carpeting Mogul Reaped Wall-to-Wall Profits
Shaheen Shaheen, who has died at age 92, invested in ‘marvelous machines' and synthetic fibers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Social Media's Liability Shield Is Under Assault
Section 230 is facing threats unlike anything in its 24-year history, with potentially significant consequences for websites that host user content.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Top-Selling Videogames of the Last 25 Years Show 'Mario' and 'Call of Duty' Rule
Retail sales, in-game spending and viewership trends underscore the explosive growth of gaming and the enduring power of titles like "Super Mario" and "Madden NFL."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Japanese Restaurants Deliver $800 Sushi to Survive
The pandemic has upended where some well-heeled foodies live and their thinking on dining out. Some high-end Japanese restaurants in New York have reinvented themselves to accommodate migrations to the Hamptons and Hudson Valley.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Midwestern Governors Seek More Federal Covid-19 Aid for Businesses
The governors, contending with their own budget problems, say they are unable to provide additional funds to small businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Biden Has Early Chances to Show Allies His Global Trade Agenda
During his campaign, President-elect Joe Biden highlighted his intention to work closely with America's allies to ease trade tensions and pressure China to abide by international rules. He will have several early chances to do that after being sworn in Jan. 20.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Being a Store Clerk on Black Friday in Covid-19 Era
In his Dick's Sporting Goods role, Jayl'in Clark adjusts to the realities of the coronavirus pandemic, including face masks and air high-fives.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Mexico Confirms Its Economy Rebounded in Third Quarter
Mexico's economy bounced back in the third quarter, led by increases in industrial output as business reopened from shutdowns to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but activity remained well below its year-earlier level, revised data show.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

New York's Budgetary Waiting Game Continues
The state faces a projected $8.7 billion deficit in the new fiscal year and is hoping for federal relief.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Hawaii Wants to Lure Visitors---But Keep Out Covid-19---to Revive Economy
Hawaii is seeking a careful balance as the holiday travel season kicks off: Allow enough visitors to help struggling, tourism-reliant businesses without causing a new wave of coronavirus cases.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Japan's Stock-Playing Central Bank Racks Up $56 Billion Gain
The Bank of Japan under Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda scored after boosting investments at the stock-market bottom, but some have started saying he shouldn't play the market so much.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

New Face Masks Relieve Pressure on N95 Supplies
Manufacturers are making face masks for the general public that they say offer more protection than cloth coverings without taxing supplies of N95 masks used in hospitals.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 26, 2020

Walt Disney Plans Further Layoffs as Covid-19 Weighs on Business
Walt Disney said it would lay off about 32,000 employees, primarily at its theme parks, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drag on its businesses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

AstraZeneca Defends Dosing Error in Covid-19 Vaccine Trial
A top AstraZeneca executive pushes back against criticism that the company failed to disclose enough data from a clinical trial of its Covid-19 vaccine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Edward Lazear, Economist and White House Adviser, Dies at 72
Edward P. Lazear, an economist and White House adviser who delved into the complex relationships between employers and workers, died of pancreatic cancer Monday. He was 72.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

James D. Wolfensohn, Ex-World Bank Chief, Dies at Age 86
The Australian-born investment banker helped rescue Chrysler and played the cello with Yo-Yo Ma.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Army Corps Rejects Huge Alaskan Mine Project
The permit rejection marks the likely end of the Pebble Mine project, a decadeslong quest to reach one of the largest known sources of gold and copper.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Facebook's Latest Error Shakes Advertisers' Confidence
The company quietly told advertisers this month that its "conversion lift" tool, used to measure outcomes, overestimated some campaign results.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Ahead of Black Friday, Retailers Brace for an Exceptional Holiday Season
Retailers are bracing for an unprecedented holiday shopping season, starting with the annual Black Friday ritual, set against the backdrop of a still-raging pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Fed Signals New Guidance Coming on Asset-Purchase Program
Officials this month discussed plans to provide more information about how long they will keep purchasing Treasury and mortgage-backed securities by linking the time frame for the stimulus program to economic conditions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

TikTok Granted Extension on Divestiture Order
Federal officials have granted TikTok and its Chinese parent ByteDance a weeklong extension of a deadline for completing a divestiture deal, in another delay of the Trump administration's effort to turn the social-media app into an American company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

NRA Acknowledges Improper Executive Benefits in New Tax Filing
The National Rifle Association disclosed that current and former top executives received at least $1.4 million in improper or excessive benefits from the organization in violation of nonprofit rules, the first time the group has publicly admitted the lapses.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Salesforce Is in Talks to Acquire Slack Technologies
A deal, which would mark a big move by the corporate-software maker into office communications, could be reached in days.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Walmart, Grocers Can Avoid New Mexico Shutdowns With Covid-19 Testing
State officials in New Mexico are offering grocery stores, retailers and other essential businesses a way to avoid shutdowns when workers become infected with Covid-19: regularly test all employees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Delta, Pilots Strike Deal to Save Jobs
Pilots agreed to accept reduced pay in exchange for job security until 2022, as the industry continues to grapple with reduced travel demand due to the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

U.S. Puts Tariffs on Chinese Twist-Ties
While the tariffs apply only to twist-ties, the ruling by the Commerce Department could set a precedent for other companies to seek tariffs against their competitors' products.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Covid Won't Steal Christmas
This holiday season will be different from any other, including what people choose to spend money on. But Americans' impulse to spend in the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas should never be underestimated.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

GE Appliances Turns Up the Speed on Supply-Chain Upgrade
Coronavirus-driven disruptions in demand and production added urgency to a GE Appliances digital supply-chain upgrade aimed at building visibility and flexibility.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Penguin Random House Parent to Buy Simon & Schuster From ViacomCBS
ViacomCBS is close to a deal to sell book publisher Simon & Schuster to German media giant Bertelsmann for more than $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Amazon Web Services Hit by Outage
The company said it was experiencing errors that were causing issues for a range of cloud-software programs in its region covering the eastern part of the U.S.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Ahead of Black Friday, Retailers Race to Navigate Surge in Covid-19 Cases
Retailers are bracing for new Covid-19 restrictions that could weigh on holiday sales but hope investments in digital operations will allow them to better reach consumers than in the spring when the economy locked down.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Global Trade Stages Rapid Recovery
Global trade flows bounced back strongly in the summer, marking the largest rise in two decades as air and sea transport channels reopened while demand for consumer goods surged.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

He Used to Guard the Door. Now He Takes Names and Temperatures, Too.
Francisco Teran has worked for a luxury watch retailer in Manhattan for almost two years. But as Covid-19 continues to spread, he now also serves as a combination bouncer, receptionist, health-care worker and sentinel.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

U.S. Unemployment Claims Rose to 778,000 Last Week
Jobless claims rose for the second straight week in a sign the surge in virus cases was starting to weigh on the labor-market recovery.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Coronavirus Aid: What's Expiring Soon and What's in the Works
Questions and answers on what coronavirus-relief legislation and executive orders are soon to expire—and what other actions may be in the offing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Deere Expects More Machinery Sales as Crop Prices Rise
Deere & Co. raised expectations for profits next year, anticipating that higher crop prices will lead to improving demand from U.S. farmers for its tractors and harvesting combines. .

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

China Drugmakers Face Pressure to Prove Their Covid-19 Vaccines Work
Pressure is mounting on Chinese drugmakers to show clinical evidence that their leading Covid-19 vaccines work, after early data on three Western-developed shots showed promising effectiveness against the disease.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Exxon Documents Reveal More Pessimistic Outlook for Oil Prices
The Texas oil giant has lowered its outlook on oil prices, suggesting it expects the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic to linger for much of the next decade.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

In Singapore, Bargains for Luxury Homes Are Few and Far Between
The priciest condos have been slower to sell, but overall, the high-end market rebounded quickly after the coronavirus outbreak.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Europe Doubles Down on Data Protection to Ward Off Silicon Valley, Chinese Influence
The European Union wants to take control of its own data, part of a broader effort to wrest digital influence from large companies in the U.S. and China.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Climate Researchers Enlist Big Cloud Providers for Big Data Challenges
Amazon, Google and Microsoft increasingly are providing the computing muscle scientists need to glean insights from vast stores of climate data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Coca-Cola CFO Helps Company Make Cuts, Operational Changes
Coca-Cola Co.'s finance chief John Murphy is helping the company shrink its product portfolio along with its head count as part of a restructuring effort responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

HBO Max Hopes 'Flight Attendant' Will Land Viewers
The new streaming service and its new boss see shows targeting women and younger viewers as a way to stand out in a cluttered video market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

Jobless Claims Seen Holding at High Level as Recovery Navigates Covid-19 Surge
The U.S. economy continues to recover, albeit more slowly than when many businesses first reopened from lockdowns in late spring and early summer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

U.S. Consumer Spending Grows for Sixth Straight Month
Americans' spending rose briskly in October while their income fell sharply, adding to other mixed signals about the strength of the economic recovery.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 25, 2020

U.S. Economy Gets Boost as Americans Spend More
The U.S. economy is heading into the holidays continuing to recover in large part because Americans continue to boost their spending, particularly on goods.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Politics Isn't Janet Yellen's Forte, but It's What She's In for Now
Biden's pick for Treasury Secretary has done it all in economic policy, and if confirmed will face new tests on debt and spending in a deeply divided Washington.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Penguin Random House Parent Near Deal to Buy Simon & Schuster From ViacomCBS
ViacomCBSInc. is close to a deal to sell book publisher Simon & Schuster to German media giant Bertelsmann SE for more than $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Gap Reports Flat Quarterly Sales as Holiday Shopping Gets Under Way
Gap's quarterly sales rebounded from spring shutdowns but increased marketing weighed on profits. Executives cautioned that rising Covid-19 infections could slow visits to stores during the holiday season.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

PC Sales Help HP, Dell Offset Weak Office Spending
Remote working fueled strong demand for Dell and HP personal computers in the latest quarter, cushioning the impact from lower office-equipment spending.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Felonies Over OxyContin Sales
The guilty plea follows the approval last week by a U.S. bankruptcy court judge of an $8.34 billion settlement between Purdue Pharma and the Justice Department.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

J.Crew Changes CEOs for Third Time in Three Years
The apparel seller replaced its chief executive after less than a year in the role and just a few months after it emerged from bankruptcy protection with new hedge-fund owners.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Gig Workers Could Be Paid Partially in Stock Under SEC Proposal
The proposed rule would allow internet-based platform companies to pay as much as 15% of a gig worker's compensation in the form of equity, up to $75,000 over three years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Upbeat Investors Look Past Current Woes
U.S. economic growth is slowing and coronavirus cases are surging, but stocks climb ever higher as investors look ahead to when vaccines usher in better days.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

More Than 940,000 Crock-Pots Recalled on Burn-Injury Reports
Multicooker maker Sunbeam Products received 119 reports of lid detachment that led to 99 burn injuries, ranging from first- to third-degree burns in the U.S., according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Federal Reserve Can Restart Emergency Lending If Needed, New York Fed's Williams Says
The Federal Reserve is well prepared to navigate the U.S. economy's challenging path to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, and the central bank can resume emergency lending efforts if it deems it necessary, Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said Tuesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

French Hotel Giant Targets U.S.With New Lifestyle Operator
European hotel company Accor is set to merge its boutique properties with a U.K. company to create what it says will be the world's largest operator of lifestyle hotels, betting on the segment as it seeks growth in North America.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Best Buy Continues Virus-Driven Gains but Warns They Will Taper Off
The retailer's sales rose 21% in the third quarter from a year earlier, as it continued benefiting from online sales and items that support homebound customers during the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Nov 24, 2020

Consumer Confidence Dropped in November
Consumers' views of the economic outlook soured in November as coronavirus cases soared across the country, according to survey data released Tuesday.

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