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Wall Street Journal US Business
Mar 01, 2021

Big Companies Disclose Details on Gender, Race in Workforces
Prompted by last summer's protests and prodded by regulators and investors, more executives and boards are publicly sharing gender or race breakdowns, many for the first time.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Mar 01, 2021

Tech Tips to Help Score a Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment
Setting up alerts and browser tools helped our columnist schedule time slots for eligible friends and family members in a variety of states.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

How to Decode Office Body Language While Working From Home
Learn the tricks to reading the nonverbal cues of your bosses and co-workers, from expressions in tiny Zoom windows to email punctuation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Twilio Nears Deal to Invest Up To $750M in Syniverse, Sources Say
The cloud-communications company's investment in Syniverse Technologies LLC would be a precursor to a public listing for the private-equity-owned messaging provider, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

CAE Nears Deal to Buy L3Harris's Military-Training Unit
CAE is nearing a deal to buy L3Harris Technologies' military-training business for $1.05 billion, in a move that would expand the Canadian aerospace company's defense business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

McKinsey's Leadership Vote Reveals Cracks in Its Global Partnership
A $573 million settlement for the company's work with opioids makers prompted complaints from overseas partners, as tension rose amid changes made by top partner Kevin Sneader.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

How Europe Became the World's Biggest EV Market
Europe is buying electric vehicles at a record pace and has overtaken China as the world's biggest EV market. But some worry the trend will be short-lived.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Economy Week Ahead: Factories, Services and Employment
The Labor Department's monthly employment report highlights this week's economic data.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Animals Make Corporate Zoom Calls Bearable, if You Don't Mind the Spit
Planners invite bearded dragons, llamas, tortoises and goats to liven up meetings, but they don't always behave.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Goldman Consumer Head Is Leaving to Run Walmart Fintech
Omer Ismail, who helped build Goldman's consumer-banking business from scratch, will take on a similar task at Walmart.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

New York City Invests in Rapid Covid-19 Test to Aid Economic Recovery
As New York City economy's begins to further open up, the city is investing in a rapid antigen test for Covid-19 from a team at Columbia University to deploy broadly as a screening tool.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

U.S. Seeks Allies to Counter Chinese Technology
The goal is to stay ahead of China in semiconductors, artificial intelligence and other advances that are expected to define the economy and military of the future.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Macy's, Other Stores Will Let You Buy Now, Pay Later
Traditional retail chains that derive much of their income from shoppers who pay with a store credit card are adding new payment options to attract younger shoppers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

Affordable Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones: Good Sound With a Trade-Off
For good headphones, you can make a great find without breaking the bank. You just have to know where to look.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

New Chauffeur-Hailing Service Seeks to Challenge Uber, Lyft
Blacklane is launching a new inner-city service in New York, seeking to challenge the car services of rivals Uber and Lyft as the pandemic continues to reshape the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

New Chauffeur-Hailing Service Seeks to Challenge Uber, Lyft in City Rides
Upscale ride-hailing company Blacklane is launching a new inner-city service in New York, seeking to challenge the car services of rivals Uber and Lyft as the coronavirus pandemic continues to reshape the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

When Should You Think Twice About Salary Negotiation?
Young workers have had it drilled into them that they should push for more pay. Here's how to avoid hidden pitfalls while working to strike a deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

What Another Year of Remote Work Will Look Like
Facebook considered tracking its employees. Lyft is making some workers move before April. Here's how big companies are wrestling with thorny work-from-home issues.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

How Europe Became the World's Biggest Electric-Car Market
Europeans are buying electric cars at a faster pace than ever, encouraged by government subsidies and the availability for the first time of models built by their favorite brands. But some worry the trend will be short-lived.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

New CEO Hits Refresh at Citigroup
Jane Fraser wants to simplify Citigroup, the original megabank. That won't be easy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

China's Factory Activity Falls to Weakest Level in Nine Months
The country's official gauge of factory activity retreated more than expected as manufacturers suspended production during the Lunar New Year holiday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 28, 2021

China Got Its Economy Growing Again, but a Shortfall in Babies Will Be Harder to Fix
Some economists say a shrinking workforce threatens China's chances of overtaking the U.S. as the world's largest economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Authorized for Use in U.S.
The first single-dose Covid-19 vaccine, a shot from Johnson & Johnson, was authorized for use, a big boost for a mass-vaccination campaign rushing to end the deadliest pandemic in more than a century.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

SolarWinds Hack Pits Microsoft Against Dell, IBM on Storing Data
Microsoft argues the cloud offers more protection; rivals point to the need of firms to hold and access their information on-premise.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

SolarWinds Hack Pits Microsoft Against Dell, IBM Over Storing Data
Microsoft argues the cloud offers more protection; rivals point to the need of firms to hold, access their information on-premise.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

These Companies Say J-Pop Will Be Even Bigger Than BTS and K-Pop
Concert promotion giant AEG Presents and Japanese entertainment conglomerate Avex have formed a partnership to promote J-pop tours world-wide.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

Roblox's CEO Heads to Wall Street With an Army of Young Game Creators
The platform and its backers are hoping investors will embrace a company with largely Generation Z users that generates revenue from players who spend real money on a virtual currency called Robux used in games.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

Where Nextdoor's CEO Looks for Neighborly Advice
Sarah Friar relies on family and friends as the foundation for her own social network.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 27, 2021

What's Missing in the Electric-Vehicle Revolution: Enough Places to Plug In
As dozens of new battery-powered, plug-in car models come to market, roadtrippers who bought anything but a Tesla are discovering that America's charging infrastructure isn't ready for prime time.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

McDonald's Considers Partial Sale of Digital Startup Dynamic Yield
The fast-food chain said it was exploring a sale of the portion of the Israeli-based technology firm that works with other retailers, a growing part of its business.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Fidelity's Charitable Arm Wins in Hedge-Fund Founders' Lawsuit
Malcolm and Emily Fairbairn failed to prove their allegations that Fidelity broke its promises or engaged in negligent trading, a U.S. magistrate judge ruled.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

U.S. to Impose Sweeping Rule Aimed at China Tech Threats
The rule enables the Commerce Department to ban technology-related business transactions that it determines pose a national security threat, part of an effort to secure U.S. supply chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

U.S. to Impose Sweeping Rule Aimed at China Technology Threats
The rule enables the Commerce Department to ban technology-related business transactions that it determines pose a national security threat, part of an effort to secure U.S. supply chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

J&J Single-Dose Covid-19 Vaccine Gains Backing From FDA Advisory Panel
The endorsement by medical experts marks the final step before an FDA decision on authorizing the shot, which could come Saturday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

GameStop's New Mission: Level Up to Its Lofty Share Price
After years of sliding revenue, executive turnover and strategic missteps at GameStop Corp., another surge in its share price this week is pressuring the retailer to deliver for more than the meme-stock believers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

U.S. Treasury Yields Stabilize
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note settled at 1.459%, according to Tradeweb, down from 1.513% at Thursday's close.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

United Airlines to Pay $49 Million to Resolve Mail-Related Charges
The Justice Department had accused the carrier of submitting false data showing it delivered mail in a timely manner.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Tech Startups' New Million-Dollar Question: Do We Really Need an Office?
Some entrepreneurs says they're better off building their businesses entirely in the cloud—for now, at least.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Cinemark Shines Without the Drama
Move-theater chain Cinemark has been overshadowed by the attention investors have focused on competitor AMC Entertainment, but Cinemark's comparatively boring show might be more worth tuning in to.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

How Reddit Renegades Helped Theater Giant AMC Avoid a Tragic Ending
The world's largest chain of cinemas found some unlikely allies in its quest to stay afloat through the pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Yellen Removes Obstacle to Global Corporate-Tax Deal
The U.S. dropped a Trump administration demand in global corporate-tax negotiations, removing one obstacle to an agreement on adapting the tax system to the digital economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Recorded Music Revenue Hits $12 Billion in 2020 Amid Pandemic Streaming Boom
Streaming accounted for 83% of revenue, with subscriptions, social and fitness app use on the rise.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

U.S. Treasury Yields Steady
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note recently traded around 1.501%, according to Tradeweb, down from 1.513% at Thursday's close.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Birkenstock, Once a Fashion Faux Pas, Snapped Up by LVMH's Arnault
The deal is a sign of how far the luxury world has come around to the German sandal maker.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

What Happens When Facebook Slows the News Flow
Residents of a remote island became collateral damage when the social-media giant decided to block its news feeds to Australia. "We've learned that we can't just rely on Facebook."

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Is Effective Across Demographic Groups, FDA Scientists Say
The testimony comes before an all-day meeting of a panel of medical experts. The meeting—and its outcome—is the last step before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration decides whether to authorize the single-dose vaccine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Nikola Internal Review Confirms Some of Short Seller's Claims
Nikola said that a video of its electric truck in motion gave a misleading impression it was drivable and that its founder had made several inaccurate statements.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Netflix to Spend $100 Million to Help Underrepresented Communities in Entertainment
Netflix is creating a $100 million global fund aimed at increasing outreach to underrepresented communities looking to work in entertainment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

Boost to Household Income Primes Economy for Growth
U.S. household income jumped 10% in January and spending grew 2.4%, priming the economy for a burst in growth this year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

SPAC Frenzy Emboldens Silicon Valley Startups to Forgo Venture Funding
Private companies used to raise round after round of venture capital before listing publicly. But thanks to SPACs, more zero-revenue startups than ever before are jumping into the public markets with valuations exceeding $1 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

UPS Boss Preaches the Power of No
Carol Tomé has been shifting the delivery giant's focus to the bottom line, weeding out less-profitable customers in a high-speed overhaul

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 26, 2021

J&J Single-Dose Vaccine Gets Review From FDA Advisory Panel
The all-day meeting, which will provide the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with the perspective of outside experts, is the last step before the agency decides whether to authorize the single-dose vaccine.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Democrats Dealt Blow on Minimum-Wage Drive for Covid-19 Bill
The neutral arbiter of the chamber's rules said she believed it didn't meet the guidelines for reconciliation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Fed Attributes Payment Systems Outage to 'Human Error'
The mistake caused key financial services to shut down for about four hours Wednesday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

AT&T Carves Out Pay-TV Business in Deal With TPG
AT&T agreed to sell a stake in its pay-TV unit to private-equity firm TPG and carve out the struggling business, pulling the telecom giant back from a costly wager on entertainment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

DoorDash Sees a Year of Slower Growth
The food-delivery service sees the days of breakneck growth coming to an end as vaccinations sweep the country and the economy crawls toward reopening.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Beyond Meat Signs Supply Deals With McDonald's, Yum
Partnerships with fast-food giants are set to take meat alternatives further into the dining mainstream.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Tesla Temporarily Halted U.S. Production Over Parts Shortage
Elon Musk says car maker paused activity at its U.S. plant because of parts shortages but has restarted operations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Mr. Potato Head Isn't Going Away. Meet the New Potato Head Family.
Hasbro is dropping the "Mister" from the brand name and rolling out an inclusive family toy set, but will keep Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head characters.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Salesforce Posts Record Sales
The business software provider posted record sales and lifted its outlook for the current year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Fed Officials Upbeat on Outlook, Bond Yield Rise Not Source of Concern
Federal Reserve officials said they continue to see the U.S. economy in recovery mode, with several noting they aren't concerned about the recent rise in long-term bond yields and see no need to use monetary policy to push against it.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Airbnb's Loss Widens as IPO Costs Add to Pandemic Hit
Home-sharing giant posts a steep fourth-quarter loss in its first earnings as a public company, as costs tied to its market debut capped a year in which the pandemic ravaged the travel industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

ByteDance Agrees to $92 Million Settlement With U.S. TikTok Teens
The proposed settlement in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois could end a set of lengthy disputes over whether the popular video-sharing app unlawfully harvested minors' personal information.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Twitter to Launch Subscription Service, Aims to Double Revenue by 2023
The social-media company outlined its goals at an event for analysts, its first in several years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Covid-19 Fraudsters Keep Targeting Jobless Claims. What Does It Mean for Workers and the Data?
Fraudulent claims don't appear to be distorting long-term unemployment insurance trends, but many laid-off workers have faced delays in collecting legitimate claims.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Dead Chickens, Frozen Oranges Confront Farmers After Severe Cold
Severe winter conditions are estimated to have cost farmers and agriculture companies across the U.S. south hundreds of millions of dollars.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Chip Makers Applaud Biden's Catch-Up Effort but See No Quick Fix
Industry executives welcomed the U.S. push to fix supply shortages but don't expect immediate results, citing surging demand, the growing use of semiconductors and complex supply chains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Petrobras CEO Says He Will Step Down as Brazil's President Moves in on Oil Giant
Economist Roberto Castello Branco said he would leave Brazil's biggest company when his term ends on March 20.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Costco to Raise Minimum Hourly Wage to $16
The retailer tops Amazon and splits with Walmart, which is keeping starting pay at $11 an hour.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Senate Awaits Minimum-Wage Ruling That Will Shape Covid Relief Debate
Capitol Hill waited for the Senate parliamentarian to weigh in on whether the chamber's rules permit Democrats to increase the minimum wage as part of Biden's coronavirus relief package.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Senate Waits for Minimum-Wage Ruling From Parliamentarian
Capitol Hill waited for the Senate parliamentarian to weigh in on whether the chamber's rules permit Democrats to increase the minimum wage as part of Biden's coronavirus relief package.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Unemployment Claims Fell Sharply Last Week
The number of workers seeking unemployment benefits dropped to 730,000 last week, showing the job market could be stabilizing. Winter storms, however, may have disrupted filings.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Twitter Aims to Double Revenue by 2023
The social-media company is detailing its goals at an event for analysts, its first in several years.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Facebook Fight Over Media Payments Shifts Focus to Europe
EU countries face a June deadline to adopt national versions of a bloc-wide law that aims to improve media producers' bargaining position against tech powerhouses including Facebook and Google.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Herbalife CFO Looks to Change Investor Views After Years of Activist Pressure
"We talked about Carl Icahn, Bill Ackman and all these other things, rather than the business itself," Herbalife CFO Alex Amezquita said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Durable-Goods Climbed 3.4% in January
Demand for long-lasting manufactured goods jumped in January, as the U.S. economic recovery gained momentum at the start of the year.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Facebook Ad Campaign Promotes Personalized Advertising
Facebook will promote the value of targeted ads to businesses and consumers in a new ad campaign.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

U.S. Seafood Suppliers Face Trouble for Lent
Clogged ports and full freezers are snarling the flow of seafood to American dinner plates, boosting costs for fish suppliers and consumers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Yellen Urges Increased G-20 Support for Global Vaccination Efforts
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urged the Group of 20 countries to increase their support for global vaccination programs, citing ‘the high, unmet needs of these initiatives.'

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Amazon's Lack of Disclosure on SolarWinds Hack Angers Lawmakers
The tech giant says it wasn't breached, but it is seen as having valuable data on the attack.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Best Buy Workers Powered Through Pandemic. Then They Lost Their Jobs.
The electronics retailer is accelerating its plan to adapt to what company executives think is a longer-term shift to online buying, including shrinking its store workforce and using more store space to fulfill online orders.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

'Fortnite' Creator, Apple Fight Reels in More Tech Players
Computer-game distributor Valve is the latest to be pressured into playing a role in a legal battle over app-store fees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Fight Between 'Fortnite' Creator and Apple Reels in More Tech Players
Computer-game distributor Valve is the latest to be pressured into playing a role in a legal battle over app-store fees.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

What Biden's Minimum-Wage Plan Means for Restaurant Workers
Employers say eliminating the $2.13-an-hour subminimum wage for workers receiving tips could cost jobs and raise prices; worker advocates and some servers say it would provide consistent income.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Pfizer, BioNTech Studying Third Covid-19 Vaccine Dose
The companies have begun a study in people testing whether a third dose of their vaccine would increase its effectiveness against the variant identified in South Africa and other strains.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter Face New Rules in India
India is establishing new rules to govern internet firms like Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter, a fresh challenge for the American giants in a huge market that is key to their global expansion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Global Trade Roars Back From Depths of Pandemic
China and other Asian manufacturing countries have grabbed a bigger slice of exports of everything from masks to bikes—market share they will likely keep after the public-health crisis fades.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Hard Seltzers Help Bud Brewer Regain Some Sparkle
Beer giant AB InBev says alcoholic sparkling waters are helping offset weaker sales of Budweiser.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Rich Countries Borrowed $18 Trillion in 2020. Few Seem Worried About Them Paying It Off.
Governments in advanced economies borrowed $18 trillion from bond markets—more than ever before—during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, but their borrowing costs hit record lows.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Squeezed by China, Australian Farmers Cultivate New Markets
Barley exports are expected to rise, with farmers finding new customers and growing new crops, showing the limits of Beijing's trade pressure.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Winter Storms Could Affect Elevated Jobless Claims
Filings for initial unemployment claims have held at a high level since the start of the year and could for a few weeks be affected by job disruptions from severe winter storms across the country.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

DoorDash to Show Narrower Annual Loss as Growth Continues
The app's revenue is projected to jump threefold as food-delivery skyrocketed during pandemic.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Derby's Take: Fed Payment System Crash Puts Spotlight on Digital Dollar Project
A short but broad based failure Wednesday in the Federal Reserve's widely used payment system will likely increase pressure on the central bank to modernize its infrastructure systems, and could help speed the adoption of a fully digital dollar.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Airbnb's IPO Costs Expected to Widen Its Loss
Analysts forecast a fourth-quarter loss of $2.73 billion as stock compensation tied to the company's initial public offering is expected to weigh on its bottom line.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Boeing Moved to Fix 777 Engine Covers Before Failures
The plane maker was planning to strengthen protective covers for engines on its wide-body 777 jets months before recent serious failures, including one near Denver last weekend, according to an internal FAA document.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Netflix Wants You to Binge Watch More Korean Dramas
Netflix will invest $500 million this year in South Korean films and TV series, tapping one of Asia's cultural powerhouses as global competition for viewers attracts more rival services and expands beyond American content.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 25, 2021

Ad Campaigns Aim to Counter Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative are rolling out coordinated ad campaigns from multiple brands as part of a broad effort to combat hesitancy among some people to take Covid-19 vaccines.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 24, 2021

Amazon Faces Questions Over Removal of Book by Conservative Author
In a letter to Jeff Bezos, a group of Republican senators said a book by conservative scholar Ryan T. Anderson, "When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment," was no longer available on the platform.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 24, 2021

WeWork Co-Founder to Get Extra $50 Million
Adam Neumann is set to reap an extra $50 million and other benefits as part of an agreement to settle a bitter dispute he and other early WeWork investors have waged with SoftBank, according to people familiar with the matter.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Feb 24, 2021

WeWork Co-Founder to Get Extra $50 Million in SoftBank Settlement
WeWork co-founder and former CEO Adam Neumann is set to reap an extra $50 million windfall and other benefits as part of an agreement to settle a bitter dispute he and other early WeWork investors have waged with SoftBank, according to people familiar with the matter.

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