The Wall Street Journal

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Invesco in Talks to Merge With State Street's Asset-Management Business

Invesco Ltd. is in talks to merge with State Street Corp.'s asset-management business, people familiar with the matter said.

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Rising Shipping Costs Are Companies' Latest Inflation Riddle

Transportation costs--typically a fraction of a finished product's price--are emerging as another supply-chain hurdle, overwhelming some companies already paying more for raw materials and labor.

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Rising Shipping Costs Are Companies' Latest Inflation Riddle
17 Sep 2021

Robinhood Is Going on a College Tour to Recruit New Customers

Robinhood Markets Inc., the go-to trading app for young investors, wants its user base to get even younger.

17 Sep 2021
Robinhood Is Going on a College Tour to Recruit New Customers
17 Sep 2021

Apple iPhone 13's Price Wins Favor in China

Apple Inc.'s latest smartphone lineup won favorable reviews from Chinese consumers thanks to its competitive pricing, although supply constraints and competition from local brands remain challenges in one of Apple's most important markets.

17 Sep 2021
16 Sep 2021

Chevron to Triple Low-Carbon Investment

Chevron Corp. is tripling spending in its new low-carbon unit, which chief executive Mike Wirth said he increasingly sees as a viable business.

16 Sep 2021
Chevron to Triple Low-Carbon Investment
16 Sep 2021

Pay for Company Directors Stalled in 2020, but That Is Likely to Change

Pay for directors at the biggest U.S. companies held steady last year, a first in more than a decade.

16 Sep 2021
15 Sep 2021

Oil Demand to Exceed Pre-Pandemic Levels Next Year, OPEC Says

The world's thirst for oil will exceed pre-pandemic levels next year, with improving vaccination rates and increasing public confidence in governments' management of Covid-19 spurring a recovery in travel, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries said Monday.

15 Sep 2021
15 Sep 2021

Green Steel Becomes a Hot Commodity for Auto Makers

Auto makers are racing to find cleaner steel to build their cars.

15 Sep 2021
Green Steel Becomes a Hot Commodity for Auto Makers
14 Sep 2021

Hertz Searches for a New CEO After Bankruptcy

Hertz Global Holdings Inc. is in talks to name a new chief executive officer, as the car-rental company resets after emerging from bankruptcy under new ownership, people familiar with the matter said.

14 Sep 2021
14 Sep 2021

One World Trade Center Is Most Expensive Office Tower in U.S.

One World Trade Center, the 1,776-foot office building that rose in place of the Twin Towers destroyed on Sept. 11, cost $3.8 billion and is the most expensive skyscraper ever built in the U.S.

14 Sep 2021
One World Trade Center Is Most Expensive Office Tower in U.S.