The Wall Street Journal

STARTING DATE: 11 Mar 2020

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E-Commerce Needs Real Store Locations Now More Than Ever

After losing ground to e-commerce, bricks-and-mortar stores are back in style.

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E-Commerce Needs Real Store Locations Now More Than Ever
26 Nov 2021

U.S. Recovery Accelerates on Spending, Labor Market Growth

The U.S. economy showed broad-based signs of acceleration heading into the end of the year, with consumers ramping up spending, businesses stepping up investment and jobless claims falling to historic lows.

26 Nov 2021 1
U.S. Recovery Accelerates on Spending, Labor Market Growth
25 Nov 2021

HP Sees Office Reopenings Lifting PC Demand

HP Inc. reported strong earnings and gave an upbeat outlook on Tuesday, aided by office reopenings and an expectation for healthy consumer demand through the holiday shopping season despite supply shortages.

25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021

New York Hotel Business Getting Little Boost From Holiday Season

New York City hotel owners have been hoping for a big year-end boost to their business as international tourists start to return during what is traditionally a bustling time of the year.

25 Nov 2021
New York Hotel Business Getting Little Boost From Holiday Season
24 Nov 2021

Macy's Turns Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons Into NFTs

Macy's Inc, better known for hawking clothing, luggage and jewelry, is selling NFTs for the first time.

24 Nov 2021
24 Nov 2021

Parlez-Vous Français? Air Canada Boss Says 'Non' and Gets an Earful

On a cool, wet Saturday afternoon in the outskirts of Montreal, near the city's main airport, a crowd of about 100 gathered in front of Air Canada's headquarters demanding the resignation of the airline's chief executive.

24 Nov 2021 1
Parlez-Vous Français? Air Canada Boss Says 'Non' and Gets an Earful
23 Nov 2021

Supply-Chain Problems Show Signs of Easing

Global supply-chain woes are beginning to recede, but shipping, manufacturing and retail executives say that they don't expect a return to more-normal operations until next year and that cargo will continue to be delayed if Covid-19 outbreaks disrupt key distribution hubs.

23 Nov 2021
Supply-Chain Problems Show Signs of Easing
22 Nov 2021

The Great Shopping Reset: How the Pandemic Helped Fix Retail

The Covid-19 pandemic was supposed to deliver a knockout punch to department stores and specialty retailers. Instead, many of them are bouncing back healthier.

22 Nov 2021 3
The Great Shopping Reset: How the Pandemic Helped Fix Retail
22 Nov 2021

Ford Scraps Plan to Develop an Electric Vehicle With Rivian

Ford Motor Co. and Rivian Automotive Inc. have decided to go their separate ways rather than collaborate on future electric vehicles, backing away from an earlier strategic pact that led to a multibillion-dollar windfall for Ford.

22 Nov 2021 2
20 Nov 2021

Ford, GM Step Into Chip Business

Detroit's two biggest auto makers--Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co.--are looking to get into the semiconductor business, after a year of computer-chip shortages that snarled their global factory output.

20 Nov 2021
Ford, GM Step Into Chip Business