The Wall Street Journal

STARTING DATE: 26 Apr 2020

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TOTAL UPDATE: 398 STORIES

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Country's Tallest Wooden Building Rising in Cleveland

In Cleveland, a developer is moving ahead with an ambitious project despite the pandemic: the country's tallest wooden building.

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Country's Tallest Wooden Building Rising in Cleveland
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GE Exits Lightbulb Business It Pioneered

General Electric Co. is getting out of the business of making lightbulbs, selling a unit that defined the company for nearly a century and was its last direct link to consumers.

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GE Exits Lightbulb Business It Pioneered
28 May 2020

Boeing and Airbus Study Coronavirus on Flights

Boeing Co. and Airbus SE are researching the new coronavirus's behavior inside jetliners, part of an industry push to curb risks that have brought air traffic to a near standstill.

28 May 2020
Boeing and Airbus Study Coronavirus on Flights
27 May 2020

Chinese Companies Fleeing New York Will Find Warm Welcome at Home

Tensions between the U.S. and China have spilled into the capital markets. Many U.S.-listed Chinese companies will start to plan their trips back home.

27 May 2020 5
Chinese Companies Fleeing New York Will Find Warm Welcome at Home
27 May 2020

Business Jets: Could This Time Really Be Different?

The prospect of long waits at germ-filled airports makes owning a business jet an attractive proposition right now for executives. At the same time, a sharp recession could drain the corporate treasury of funds to buy one.

27 May 2020 1
Business Jets: Could This Time Really Be Different?
26 May 2020

Coronavirus Threatens to Hobble the U.S. Shale-Oil Boom for Years

American shale drillers helped turn the U.S. into the world's top oil producer, topping 13 million barrels a day earlier this year. It likely will be years--if ever--before they reach such heights again.

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Coronavirus Threatens to Hobble the U.S. Shale-Oil Boom for Years
25 May 2020

Rental-Car Company Hertz Files for Bankruptcy

Hertz Global Holdings Inc., one of the nation's largest car-rental companies, filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, saddled with about $19 billion in debt and nearly 700,000 vehicles that have been largely idled because of the coronavirus.

25 May 2020 1
25 May 2020

European Luxury Is More Chinese Than Ever

The world's top luxury brands make much of their European heritage, but their future is looking more Chinese than ever. However this contradiction plays out in the long run, it poses one immediate problem: too many boutiques on their home continent.

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European Luxury Is More Chinese Than Ever
23 May 2020

Facebook to Shift Permanently Toward More Remote Work

Mark Zuckerberg is shifting Facebook Inc. toward a substantially remote workforce over the next decade, permanently reconfiguring the tech giant's operations around the dispersed structure that the coronavirus pandemic forced on it.

23 May 2020
Facebook to Shift Permanently Toward More Remote Work
23 May 2020

IBM Announces First Job Cuts Under New Chief Executive

International Business Machines Corp. is cutting an unspecified number of jobs in the first major workforce reduction under new Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna, who is trying to revive growth at the tech company.

23 May 2020
IBM Announces First Job Cuts Under New Chief Executive