• What the #MeToo Allegations Mean for CBS

    CBS Chief Executive Les Moonves faces allegations of sexual misconduct. Photo: Chris Pizzello/Invision/Associated Press 9 Comments By Elizabeth Winkler July 31, 2018 1:23 p.m. ET Les Moonves is the latest chief executive whose personal conduct may affect his company’s shareholders, but in his case, those of a related company are watching the...

  • Why Shell's $25 Billion Buyback Program Isn't Enough

    Output growth at Shell’s main gas division slowed in the second quarter. Photo: Alexander Pohl/Zuma Press 1 COMMENTS By Nathaniel Taplin Nathaniel Taplin The Wall Street Journal Biography @nate_taplin nathaniel.taplin@wsj.com July 26, 2018 6:25 a.m. ET Oil prices are high and global gas demand is rising. Energy giant Royal Dutch Shell RDS.A...

  • Bonds Need to Catch Up on the News

    2 COMMENTS By Richard Barley Richard Barley The Wall Street Journal Biography @RichardBarley1 Richard.Barley@wsj.com Updated July 30, 2018 4:26 a.m. ET The bond-market tide may be on the turn. After weeks of inaction, 10-year U.S. Treasury yields are eyeing 3% once more. Continued momentum in the global economy could lead yields higher...

  • Intel Serves Up an Opportunity for AMD

    Intel’s stock slumped nearly 9% on Friday. Photo: mike blake/Reuters 6 COMMENTS By Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher The Wall Street Journal Biography July 29, 2018 10:03 a.m. ET In the semiconductor business, very small things have a way of becoming very big problems. Take Intel INTC -8.59% Corp., which has spent years...

  • Facebook's Terrible Timing and Why a Trade Deal Matters for Tech Stocks

    Until Thursday, Facebook has been a standout stock this year. But its disappointing outlook comes just as investors might be less interested in shares that can weather a trade dispute. Photo: josh edelson/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 2 COMMENTS By Justin Lahart and Justin Lahart The Wall Street Journal Biography @jdlahart Google+ Justin.Lahart@wsj.com Dan...

  • China Stimulates Again, but Don't Expect Fireworks

    The Shanghai skyline. China’s economy is in better shape today than in 2015. Photo: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg News By Nathaniel Taplin Nathaniel Taplin The Wall Street Journal Biography @nate_taplin nathaniel.taplin@wsj.com July 24, 2018 6:49 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Cash-strapped Chinese companies surviving on a wing and a prayer received welcome news from on...

  • Google's Costly Traffic Jam Eases

    Google parent company Alphabet reported revenue and per-share earnings above analyst estimates. Photo: Matt Rourke/Associated Press By Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher The Wall Street Journal Biography July 23, 2018 6:06 p.m. ET 0 COMMENTS A company of Google’s size and scale rarely gets the benefit of a low bar. Yet, given the...

  • What the Fed Is Missing, Again

    The Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C. Photo: LEAH MILLIS/REUTERS By Justin Lahart Justin Lahart The Wall Street Journal Biography @jdlahart Google+ Justin.Lahart@wsj.com July 22, 2018 10:00 a.m. ET 22 COMMENTS The Federal Reserve isn’t worried about the yield curve, and it has reason why. The problem: It is pretty much the...

  • GE Will Be Dead Money for a While

    General Electric’s power business saw another big drop in revenue, profit and orders in the latest quarter. Photo: Richard Drew/AP By Spencer Jakab Spencer Jakab The Wall Street Journal Biography @spencerjakab Google+ Spencer.Jakab@wsj.com July 20, 2018 11:44 a.m. ET 11 COMMENTS The words “great quarter guys” have never been directed to the...

  • Tariffs Threaten Retailers' Inventory Discipline

    Shoppers in a DSW shoe store in Herald Square in New York City. Retailers are weighing how much to buy for the upcoming holiday season in the wake of new tariffs proposed by President Donald Trump. Photo: Richard B. Levine/Zuma Press By Elizabeth Winkler July 19, 2018 5:30 a.m. ET 5 COMMENTS...

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