The Wall Street Journal

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Davos Elite Can't Agree About the Economy and Neither Can Markets

Usually the Davos crowd herds together on markets and the economy at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.

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Davos Elite Can't Agree About the Economy and Neither Can Markets
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Old Navy to Scale Back Its Inclusive Sizing Strategy

Old Navy is scaling back an attempt to make women's clothes more inclusive for all body types, after demand for the larger sizes fell short and the chain didn't have enough middle sizes.

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Old Navy to Scale Back Its Inclusive Sizing Strategy
27 May 2022

Apple to Increase Starting Pay for U.S. Workers

Apple Inc. is boosting pay for workers amid rising inflation, a tight labor market and unionization pushes among hourly store employees.

27 May 2022
Apple to Increase Starting Pay for U.S. Workers
27 May 2022

Musk to Rely More Heavily on Equity for Twitter Deal

Elon Musk is committing more of his wealth to finance his $44 billion deal for Twitter Inc. and seeking additional financial backers amid a sharp decline in Tesla Inc. stock in recent weeks.

27 May 2022
26 May 2022

The Island Where Abramovich Kept His $7 Billion Now Scrutinizing the Oligarch

For years authorities on this small island in the English Channel have tried to clean up its image as a tax haven for the super rich, marketing it as a well-governed offshore financial center enshrined in the rule of law.

26 May 2022 5
The Island Where Abramovich Kept His $7 Billion Now Scrutinizing the Oligarch
25 May 2022

Top 50 Richest People Have Lost More Than Half a Trillion Dollars This Year

The top 50 richest people in the world have lost more than half a trillion dollars on paper this year, a stunning loss of wealth that exceeds the gross domestic product of Sweden and is greater than the market caps of all but six companies in the S&P 500.

25 May 2022 6
25 May 2022

Lagarde Signals End to ECB's Negative Rates Experiment

The European Central Bank is likely to increase its key interest rate, currently negative, to zero by September and could continue raising rates after that, president Christine Lagarde said, signaling the end of the ECB's eight-year experiment with negative rates amid record-high inflation and concerns about the weakness of the euro currency.

25 May 2022
Lagarde Signals End to ECB's Negative Rates Experiment
24 May 2022

Higher Interest Rates Raise Risk of Future Fed Losses

The Federal Reserve's plans to raise interest rates aggressively to combat high inflation could have an overlooked and uncomfortable side effect for the central bank: capital losses.

24 May 2022
Higher Interest Rates Raise Risk of Future Fed Losses
23 May 2022

Old Navy Made Clothing Sizes for Everyone. It Backfired.

Old Navy set out to make clothes shopping more inclusive for women of all body types. It ended up with too many extra-small and extra-large items and too few of the rest, a mismatch that frustrated customers and contributed to falling sales and a management shake-up.

23 May 2022 1
Old Navy Made Clothing Sizes for Everyone. It Backfired.
21 May 2022

Hotels and Airlines Cause Stress. Now They're Trying to Relieve It.

Simply feeling relaxed on vacation doesn't cut it anymore for a growing number of travelers.

21 May 2022
Hotels and Airlines Cause Stress. Now They're Trying to Relieve It.