The Wall Street Journal

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Globalized Supply Chain Brings More-Turbulent Food Prices

For decades, globalization has increased the variety and reduced the cost of food. Now the pandemic, war in Ukraine and other global disruptions have shown how that complex supply chain can also result in more turbulent prices.

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Globalized Supply Chain Brings More-Turbulent Food Prices
28 Nov 2022

These Children Are Making Millions on YouTube

Three years ago, YouTubers who go by Vlad, Niki, Diana and Nastya were friends cruising around Miami on a 97-foot yacht to celebrate a birthday. Today, they are locked in a fierce rivalry over YouTube supremacy.

28 Nov 2022
These Children Are Making Millions on YouTube
26 Nov 2022

Volkswagen Faces New Problem in China: Homegrown Competitors

Volkswagen AG is losing market share to domestic auto makers in China, its single biggest market, confronting the German car company's new chief executive with one of his most difficult challenges.

26 Nov 2022
Volkswagen Faces New Problem in China: Homegrown Competitors
25 Nov 2022

Global Economy Slows, but Seems to Be Faring Better Than Feared

The global economy continued to deteriorate as 2022 draws to a close, but not as severely as economists previously feared, raising the possibility the world could avoid a deep slump next year.

25 Nov 2022 1
Global Economy Slows, but Seems to Be Faring Better Than Feared
24 Nov 2022

Facebook's Most Popular Posts Were Trash. Here Is How It Cleaned Up.

Earlier this year, Meta Platforms Inc. quietly convened a war room of staffers to address a critical problem: virtually all of Facebook's top-ranked content was spammy, oversexualized or generally what the company classified as regrettable.

24 Nov 2022 1
Facebook's Most Popular Posts Were Trash. Here Is How It Cleaned Up.
23 Nov 2022

Amazon Has a Problem: Consumers Don't Love It as Much as They Used To

For nearly three decades, Amazon.com Inc. has been defined by its obsession over customers. Recent information, however, suggests that consumer enthusiasm about the largest online retailer in the U.S. has slipped.

23 Nov 2022
Amazon Has a Problem: Consumers Don't Love It as Much as They Used To
22 Nov 2022

U.S.-Europe Trade Booms as Old Allies Draw Closer

The global economic map is rapidly transforming, with trade and investment between the U.S. and Europe booming as Russia's war in Ukraine and fraying ties between the West and China draw the transatlantic allies closer.

22 Nov 2022
U.S.-Europe Trade Booms as Old Allies Draw Closer
21 Nov 2022

The Myth of Tech God Is Crumbling

Tech is full of smart people who build, run and invest in successful companies that have produced a tremendous amount of innovation. But the industry's recent spate of failures and reversals has made one thing clear: Many of its leaders aren't as smart as they thought they were.

21 Nov 2022 5
The Myth of Tech God Is Crumbling
19 Nov 2022

The Best and Worst Airports of 2022

San Francisco International Airport sure tries hard to make travelers forget they're in an airport.

19 Nov 2022
The Best and Worst Airports of 2022
18 Nov 2022

Yale and Harvard Law Schools Abandon U.S. News Rankings

Yale Law School and Harvard Law School are pulling out of the U.S. News & World Report law-school ranking that they have dominated for decades, issuing a significant blow to the credibility and power of the high-profile rankings.

18 Nov 2022
Yale and Harvard Law Schools Abandon U.S. News Rankings