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Tag: Corporate/Industrial News
18 days ago
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Using Up America’s Oil Reserve Was Easy. Refilling It Won’t Be.

The Strategic Petroleum Reserve’s current inventory might be the new normal.

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19 days ago
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As White-Collar Layoffs Rise, Blue-Collar Resilience Faces Test in 2023

Manufacturing and leisure could resist pattern of bearing brunt.

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23 days ago
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Companies Are Gritting Their Teeth and Hiring

A lot of businesses are worried about the economy but still looking to hire more workers.

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23 days ago
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Job-Openings Report to Give Snapshot of Labor Demand

Hiring cooled toward the end of 2022, but employers in some sectors were still struggling to fill jobs.

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25 days ago
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Australian Home Prices Fell in 2022 for the First Time Since 2008

Australian home prices in 2022 showed their largest annual decline since the 2008 global financial crisis, falling sh...

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25 days ago
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Stay for Pay? Companies Offer Big Raises to Retain Workers

Workers who stay put in their jobs are getting their heftiest pay raises in decades—helping fuel inflation.

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26 days ago
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Chinese Factories, Restaurants Adjust to Life Without Zero-Covid

Businesses in China have to get their supply chains in order after a topsy-turvy time capped by an abrupt Covid-polic...

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28 days ago
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Court Pauses Implementation of California Fast-Food Wage Law

State officials had sought to begin implementation of the law Jan. 1 despite opponents’ effort to challenge it on the...

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about 1 month ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Laid Off Tech Workers Quickly Find New Jobs

Most laid off workers in tech are finding jobs shortly after beginning their search, as employers continue to scoop u...

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about 1 month ago
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France and U.K. Face Wave of Strikes During Peak Holiday Travel Season

The U.K. and France braced for disruptions to holiday travel, as British border-control personnel went on strike and ...

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about 1 month ago
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In Avatar, Disney Needs a Gift That Keeps on Giving

Blockbuster sequel needs to show legs to live up to hopes for a new global franchise.

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about 1 month ago
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Europe Skirts a Winter Slump, but War Fallout Clouds Its Economic Future

European businesses are looking to invest in the U.S. as high energy costs damp the continent’s ability to compete.

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about 1 month ago
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Reserve Bank of Australia Says Larger Rate Rises Still an Option

The Reserve Bank of Australia could return to larger interest-rate increases in 2023 if inflation continues to stubbo...

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about 1 month ago
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FBI Warns About Extortion Schemes Targeting Boys

At least 3,000 children and teens have been victims of the scams this year, the agency said.

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about 1 month ago
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EU Greenlights 15% Corporate Minimum Tax, Advancing Global Deal

Countries in the bloc are set to start collecting additional taxes in 2024 under a long-stalled global deal, after Hu...

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about 1 month ago
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Jobless Claims Fell by 20,000 Last Week

U.S. unemployment filings declined to the lowest level since late September, a sign the labor market remains historic...

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about 2 months ago
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Germany Is Short of Workers, but Its Migrants Are Struggling to Find Jobs

A magnet for asylum seekers, Germany isn’t attracting enough qualified newcomers and is struggling to train the new a...

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about 2 months ago
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Your Wallet Is Being Drained by Subscriptions. Wall Street Thanks You.

While most consumer habits are reverting back to normal, spending on subscriptions has remained well above prepandemi...

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about 2 months ago
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SEC to Consider Four Proposals to Improve Plumbing of Stock Market

The Securities and Exchange Commission said it would consider issuing four proposals to overhaul the plumbing of the ...

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about 2 months ago
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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 an...

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about 2 months ago
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Layoffs? What Layoffs?

All those big job-cut announcements aren’t putting a dent in the official layoff statistics. That says something abou...

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2 months ago
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Political Risk Returns to China, and Looks Here to Stay

Anger over China’s Covid policies comes amid structural economic changes that have damaged young people’s prospects a...

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2 months ago
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Twitter Is Too Musk to Fail

Twitter’s finances are bleak, but Elon Musk would rather make it a money pit than allow it to buckle under.

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2 months ago
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Oil Prices Face Fresh Volatility With New Russia Sanctions, OPEC Decision

The cartel and its allies are due to make a big call on oil production next week, a day before expanded sanctions are...

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2 months ago
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Backers of Farmworker Visa Overhaul Make Year-End Push for Immigrant Labor Deal

Lawmakers and farm groups are pushing to pass an immigrant-labor overhaul through both chambers of Congress before th...

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2 months ago
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Stuffed Stockings, Suffering Stores

The combination of supply-chain snarls and stepped-up demand for goods is beginning to unwind. That could put prices ...

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2 months ago
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Sam Bankman-Fried, FTX Team Among Top Political Donors Before Bankruptcy

Sam Bankman-Fried of the collapsed crypto exchange focused on contributing to Democrats, while a fellow executive lar...

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2 months ago
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U.S. Home Sales Fell for Ninth Straight Month in October

Sales of previously owned homes declined 5.9% in October from the prior month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of...

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2 months ago
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U.K. Unveils Tax Increases and Spending Cuts to Shore Up Finances

Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt laid out his spending plans for Britain amid high inflation, rising interest rates

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2 months ago
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Tencent Slims Down as Beijing Lightens Up

The Chinese social-media and game giant is continuing to unwind its stakes in other companies, while investors are ch...

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3 months ago
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As Russian Army Falters in Ukraine, Paramilitary Leader Close to Putin Flexes Power

Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder of the Wagner Group, is using his force’s battlefield presence to gain sway with the Kreml...

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3 months ago
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The Inflation Cooldown Is Finally Here

There are several reasons to expect inflation will keep losing momentum in the months ahead.

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3 months ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Regulators Look to Lessen Treasury Market Reliance on Big Bank Dealers

The Federal Reserve and Treasury Department have been on alert about the stability of the $24 trillion market since C...

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3 months ago
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U.S. Allies Seek to Stop Former Military Pilots From Helping China

Australia will review policies after an investigation into the training of Chinese aircrews raises concerns.

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3 months ago
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Disney Shows the Limits of Streaming

Strong subscriber growth doesn’t offset concerns about costs in a slowing economy.

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3 months ago
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Why the October Jobs Report Is So Strong Despite Tech Layoffs

Most industries are still hiring workers as they seek to catch up with demand.

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3 months ago
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Still Hiring on All Cylinders

America’s jobs market shows no meaningful sign of slumping despite recession fears and some high-profile anecdotes.

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3 months ago
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Carvana’s Rose-Tinted Windshield Is Dangerous

The online used-car seller is facing some hazardous market conditions.

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3 months ago
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SEC Obtained Record $6.4 Billion in Monetary Sanctions in Past Fiscal Year

The agency raked in $6.4 billion in the latest fiscal year, as Chairman Gary Gensler focuses on high-profile cases an...

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