Many U.S. Businesses Aren't Budging on Face Masks, for Now
Executives in sectors ranging from autos to retail are wrestling with how to respond to the CDC’s new guidance, which in many cases conflicts with...
Facebook Loses Bid to Block Ruling on EU-U.S. Data Flows
The social-media company lost a bid to block a European Union privacy decision that could suspend its ability to send information about Europeans...
U.S. Businesses Are Playing Catch Up as the Economy Surges
A resurgent consumer is now demanding everything from airline tickets to dinner reservations. Companies can’t capitalize because of labor shortages...
Epic Games vs. Apple Trial, Week Two: Everything You Need to Know
Experts differed on whether smartphones are interchangeable with other videogame platforms and the definition of a market in the digital age.
U.K. Launches Fraud Probe Into Greensill-Linked Steel Firm
Britain’s Serious Fraud Office said it is investigating suspected fraud and money laundering at metals magnate Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance, as...
Banks Are Making Credit Cards and Auto Loans Easier to Get
Some banks are reducing credit-score requirements and offering more generous loan terms, eager to lend after tightening up when the pandemic hit.
Buying a Home? Don't Lose Your Head in a Crazy Market.
In this overheated market, balancing a competitive offer with what you can afford requires a cool head. There are questions to consider if you are...
Alibaba Posts First Loss Since Going Public After Antitrust Fine
The Chinese e-commerce company’s result was hit by a record antitrust fine imposed by China’s market regulator. It said it plans to invest future...
Disney Adds Fewer Streaming Subscribers Than Hoped
Walt Disney Co. added 8.7 million Disney+ subscribers in its fiscal second quarter, and its parks segment logged an operating loss as the company...
Colonial Pipeline Expects to Restore Service After Cyberattack
The owner of the largest U.S. fuel pipeline said it expects to resume service to all its markets on Thursday after a cyberattack forced it to shut...
Big Companies Woo Scarce Hourly Workers
Large U.S. employers of lower-wage workers are raising pay and adding perks to entice prospective hires as they look to fill tens of thousands of...
Apple Parts With Executive Over Comments About Women
Apple parted ways with a prominent advertising-technology executive weeks after hiring him, following complaints about sexist and misogynistic...