The Wall Street Journal

STARTING DATE: 11 Mar 2020

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TOTAL UPDATE: 806 STORIES

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Visa's Planned Purchase of Plaid Faces Antitrust Scrutiny at Justice Department

Visa Inc.'s $5.3 billion deal to buy a key player in the financial-technology space is in jeopardy because of antitrust concerns, according to people familiar with the matter.

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28 Oct 2020

Can Gap Escape the Whirlwind? New CEO Confronts Years of Decline

In late March, Gap Inc., the perennially struggling retailer, temporarily closed all its North American stores in response to the Covid-19 lockdown and lost 70% of its revenue overnight.

28 Oct 2020
Can Gap Escape the Whirlwind? New CEO Confronts Years of Decline
27 Oct 2020

Marketers Try New Data Tools to Navigate Pandemic

Marketers are looking at more data, more often as they try to navigate the unpredictable developments of 2020.

27 Oct 2020
27 Oct 2020

A Global Rebound Could Be Determined by How Freely Households Spend

Households around the world responded to the coronavirus pandemic and its related effects by sharply boosting their savings. What they do with that cash could help shape the global economic recovery.

27 Oct 2020
A Global Rebound Could Be Determined by How Freely Households Spend
26 Oct 2020

China Wants to Be the World's EV Factory. It May Succeed.

China may be the world's factory, but it has never been a big exporter of automobiles. It hopes to change that with electric vehicles.

26 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020

These Firms Are in No Rush to Say 'Made in the U.S.A.'

The headquarters of 3D-printer startup Formlabs Inc. is humming.

26 Oct 2020 5
These Firms Are in No Rush to Say 'Made in the U.S.A.'
24 Oct 2020

Airlines' Losses Mount Amid Pandemic, but Travel Demand Shows Some Improvement

Summer was a bust for U.S. airlines. Now they are anxiously watching a fragile uptick in demand to see if it will hold as the number of new coronavirus cases increases.

24 Oct 2020
Airlines' Losses Mount Amid Pandemic, but Travel Demand Shows Some Improvement
24 Oct 2020

Google's Foes Want Additional Enforcement Actions

The Justice Department's lawsuit against Alphabet Inc.'s Google is the government's biggest challenge to U.S. technology companies in a generation. For many of the company's longtime adversaries, it isn't big enough.

24 Oct 2020
Google's Foes Want Additional Enforcement Actions
23 Oct 2020

Gaming Predicted to Become Next Dominant Technology Platform

Gaming is set to emerge as the next dominant technology platform much the way search engines, mobile phones and social networks redefined industries in previous decades, says Michael Wolf, co-founder and chief executive of consulting firm Activate Inc.

23 Oct 2020
23 Oct 2020

The WTO Couldn't Change China, so Robert Lighthizer Found Another Way

After President Trump imposed steep tariffs on Chinese imports in 2018, Beijing did what aggrieved trading partners typically do: It complained to the World Trade Organization. Last month, a WTO panel ruled in its favor, declaring most of the U.S. tariffs violated the organization's rules.

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The WTO Couldn't Change China, so Robert Lighthizer Found Another Way