The Wall Street Journal

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Western Brands Divided Over 'Made in Myanmar' After Coup

Western retailers are increasingly divided over whether to buy clothes made in Myanmar, a country that had emerged as one of the world's fastest-growing garment exporters before the military staged a coup last year.

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Western Brands Divided Over 'Made in Myanmar' After Coup
5 Oct 2022

Airlines Face a Shortage of New Boeing, Airbus Jets

Airlines in need of more pilots and spare parts are increasingly facing another shortage: new jets.

5 Oct 2022
Airlines Face a Shortage of New Boeing, Airbus Jets
4 Oct 2022

Inflation Keeps U.S. From Stepping In to Slow Dollar's Rapid Rise

U.S. policy makers aren't likely to take action to slow the dollar's rapid rise despite rising risks of global financial turmoil, analysts say, largely because a strong greenback helps fight domestic inflation.

4 Oct 2022
Inflation Keeps U.S. From Stepping In to Slow Dollar's Rapid Rise
3 Oct 2022

Musk Unveils Tesla's Prototype of Humanoid Robot 'Optimus'

Elon Musk has showed off a new humanoid, part of the Tesla Inc. chief executive's effort to shape public perception of the company as more than an electric-vehicle maker.

3 Oct 2022 4
Musk Unveils Tesla's Prototype of Humanoid Robot 'Optimus'
1 Oct 2022

Phil Collins, Genesis Bandmates Sell Music Rights for Over $300 Million

Take a look at Phil Collins now. The English rocker and his Genesis bandmates have agreed to sell a bundle of their music rights to Concord Music Group Inc., according to the company.

1 Oct 2022 5
Phil Collins, Genesis Bandmates Sell Music Rights for Over $300 Million
1 Oct 2022

Less Growth Seen for 2023 U.S. Ad Spending

Magna, a media investment firm that conducts industry research, reduced its U.S. advertising growth forecast for 2023, saying a weaker economic environment is likely to cut into spending.

1 Oct 2022
30 Sep 2022

Cineplex Looks to Revive Regal Merger After Cineworld Bankruptcy

Canadian movie theater chain Cineplex Inc. has approached lenders to its bankrupt rival Cineworld Group PLC about reviving a potential merger with the U.K. company's Regal Entertainment Group franchise, according to people familiar with the matter.

30 Sep 2022
Cineplex Looks to Revive Regal Merger After Cineworld Bankruptcy
30 Sep 2022

China's EV Brands Could Hit Speed Bumps in Europe

A wave of Chinese car brands is about to wash up in Europe in one of the first big tests of Western appetite for advanced technology from the country. Getting buy-in from both consumers and politicians could take a while.

30 Sep 2022
China's EV Brands Could Hit Speed Bumps in Europe
29 Sep 2022

What would you give for fewer customer feedback surveys?

Overall, would you say you're satisfied, somewhat satisfied or dissatisfied with customer surveys?

29 Sep 2022
What would you give for fewer customer feedback surveys?
28 Sep 2022

China Reins In Belt and Road Program, $1 Trillion Later

China has spent a trillion dollars to expand its influence across Asia, Africa and Latin America through its Belt and Road infrastructure program. Now, Beijing is working on an overhaul of the troubled initiative, according to people involved in policy-making.

28 Sep 2022 2