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Nissan-Renault Scandal Shows It's Hard to Keep Car Alliances on Track

Nissan-Renault Scandal Shows It's Hard to Keep Car Alliances on Track

Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.
Verizon Takes $4.5 Billion Charge Related to Digital Media Business

Verizon Takes $4.5 Billion Charge Related to Digital Media Business

Verizon Communications is booking a $4.5 billion accounting charge related to its Oath media business, a sign its bet on high-profile internet properties and content several years ago hasn’t worked
Google CEO Faces Lawmakers Skeptical Over Privacy, Alleged Bias

Google CEO Faces Lawmakers Skeptical Over Privacy, Alleged Bias

Sundar Pichai faced tough questions in a first public appearance before House lawmakers, who are increasingly skeptical of Silicon Valley giants on issues of privacy and political bias.
Economic Damage From California Fires Spreads Further Than Blazes

Economic Damage From California Fires Spreads Further Than Blazes

Extreme wildfires across California in recent years are squeezing local economies. Chico, which escaped the wrath of the Camp Fire, is the latest example.
China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns

China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns

Beijing agrees to reduce auto tariffs and buy more American products, but key differences remain, as Washington prepares to add fresh pressure on Beijing.
Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Granted Bail by Canadian Judge

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Granted Bail by Canadian Judge

Huawei Technologies Co.’s finance chief must reside at Vancouver homes and adhere to curfew while awaiting a decision on her extradition to the U.S.
Tencent Music Prices Its IPO at Bottom of Range

Tencent Music Prices Its IPO at Bottom of Range

The Chinese music-streaming company’s initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share, capping a rocky process of going public but still marking it one of the biggest U.S.-listed
The Loneliest Generation: Americans, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone

The Loneliest Generation: Americans, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone

Loneliness undermines health and is linked to early mortality. Baby boomers, who generally had fewer children and divorced more than previous generations, are especially feeling the effects in
McDonald's to Trim Antibiotics From Its Beef

McDonald's to Trim Antibiotics From Its Beef

The fast-food chain said it will take two years to decide how much of the antibiotics important to human health it will be able to remove from its beef supply.
Hain Celestial Settles SEC Charges

Hain Celestial Settles SEC Charges

The organic- and natural-products maker has settled charges brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its revenue-recognition practices, which led to delayed financial reports.
MiMedx Called on Two Lawmakers for Help Before Its Accounting Scandal

MiMedx Called on Two Lawmakers for Help Before Its Accounting Scandal

MiMedx Group, a maker of tissue-graft products, called on two influential lawmakers for help. Now the actions of the lawmakers could prove embarrassing for them as MiMedx faces possible collapse.
Negotiators Reach Compromise on$867 BillionFarm Bill

Negotiators Reach Compromise on$867 BillionFarm Bill

Congress is on track to pass a five-year farm bill that leaves out proposed work requirements for food-stamp recipients, imperiling the support of some House Republicans but opening the door for
Applebee's Franchisee Gets Court Approval of Bankruptcy Plan

Applebee's Franchisee Gets Court Approval of Bankruptcy Plan

Judge Brendan Linehan Shannon endorsed the chapter 11 plan—which will include a tripling of the initial equity commitment from the franchisee’s owner, private-equity firm Acon Investments—after a
U.S., China Kick Off a Fresh Round of Trade Negotiations

U.S., China Kick Off a Fresh Round of Trade Negotiations

Washington and Beijing started with a phone call touching on China’s purchases of agricultural products and changes to its fundamental economic policies.
EU-Led Group Poised to Answer U.S. Complaints on WTO

EU-Led Group Poised to Answer U.S. Complaints on WTO

The U.S. and the European Union are squaring off at the World Trade Organization in a conflict that threatens to cripple the global trade watchdog.
WPP Sets Turnaround Plan in Motion

WPP Sets Turnaround Plan in Motion

WPP Chief Executive Mark Read set out his vision for a turnaround, a strategy he hopes will make the world’s largest advertising company better-positioned to contend with the rapidly changing
Vote Paves Way for Dell to Trade Publicly Again

Vote Paves Way for Dell to Trade Publicly Again

Dell Technologies is set to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange later this month after facing pressure from activist shareholders and sweetening a buyout offer to investors in its tracking
Senate Confirms Justin Muzinich as Deputy Treasury Secretary

Senate Confirms Justin Muzinich as Deputy Treasury Secretary

The Senate confirmed Justin Muzinich as the second-ranking official in the Treasury Department. Mr. Muzinich becomes the first person to serve in the role during the Trump administration.
Producer Prices Edge Up in November

Producer Prices Edge Up in November

A gauge of U.S. business prices rose slightly in November, but the pace of gains moderated significantly from the prior month.
Huawei Finance Chief Won't Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says

Huawei Finance Chief Won't Be a Flight Risk, Her Lawyer Says

A bail hearing for Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver ended Monday without a decision as the executive’s lawyer argued she won’t be a flight risk while awaiting a separate