The Wall Street Journal

STARTING DATE: 11 Mar 2020

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U.S. Economy Ramps Up on Spending Surge, Hiring Gains

The U.S. economic recovery is accelerating as stimulus money, Covid-19 vaccinations and business re-openings spur a spring surge in consumer spending, a sharp pullback in layoffs and a bounceback in factory output.

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U.S. Economy Ramps Up on Spending Surge, Hiring Gains
16 Apr 2021

Hundreds of Companies, CEOs Band Together on Voting Access

Hundreds of business leaders and companies, including Amazon.com Inc. and Netflix Inc., signed a new statement to "defend the right to vote and oppose any discriminatory legislation," the latest corporate response to a wave of Republican-led voting bills being advanced in dozens of states.

16 Apr 2021
16 Apr 2021

HSBC to Move Top Bankers to Hong Kong as Asia Focus Sharpens

Global banking giant HSBC Holdings PLC will move four senior bankers from London to Hong Kong to boost its strategy of refocusing operations on Asia instead of Europe and North America.

16 Apr 2021
HSBC to Move Top Bankers to Hong Kong as Asia Focus Sharpens
15 Apr 2021

Apple Schedules April 20 Event

Apple Inc. scheduled an April 20 event dubbed "Spring Loaded," the tech giant's latest virtual gathering to unveil new gadgets.

15 Apr 2021
15 Apr 2021

How Stripe Became Silicon Valley's Hottest Startup

The pandemic threatened to clobber Stripe Inc. Instead, it turbocharged the company.

15 Apr 2021
How Stripe Became Silicon Valley's Hottest Startup
14 Apr 2021

Ellen DeGeneres Sells Beverly Hills Home for Roughly $47 Million

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has sold her Beverly Hills estate for about $47 million, after putting it on the market just over a month ago for $53.5 million, according to a person familiar with the deal.

14 Apr 2021
Ellen DeGeneres Sells Beverly Hills Home for Roughly $47 Million
14 Apr 2021

Microsoft Deepens Health-Tech Push With $16 Billion Deal for Nuance

Microsoft Corp. has agreed to buy artificial intelligence company Nuance Communications Inc. for $16 billion, extending chief executive Satya Nadella's run of big acquisitions to accelerate growth in everything from healthcare to videogaming.

14 Apr 2021
Microsoft Deepens Health-Tech Push With $16 Billion Deal for Nuance
13 Apr 2021

CEO Pay Surged in a Year of Upheaval, Leadership Hurdles

CEO pay surged in 2020, a year of historic business upheaval, a wrenching labor market for many workers and unprecedented challenges for many leaders.

13 Apr 2021
CEO Pay Surged in a Year of Upheaval, Leadership Hurdles
12 Apr 2021

For CEOs, the New Business of Business Is ... Politics

Big consumer brands like Coca-Cola Co. and Delta Air Lines Inc. for years have positioned themselves as forces for promoting what they see as social good -- an approach they displayed last summer after the death of George Floyd.

12 Apr 2021
For CEOs, the New Business of Business Is ... Politics
10 Apr 2021

GM to Halt Production at Several North American Plants Due to Chip Shortage

General Motors Co. will halt production at several North American factories and extend shutdowns at others because of a chip shortage that has been worsening for U.S. auto giants and poses a threat to a strong sales rebound.

10 Apr 2021
GM to Halt Production at Several North American Plants Due to Chip Shortage