• Can Super-Voting Stocks Survive the CBS Challenge?

    CBS Corp. is trying to break free from the Redstone family’s grip, including that of Shari Redstone, above, and thwart what it fears would be a forced merger with Viacom Inc. Photo: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg News By Elizabeth Winkler May 15, 2018 2:43 p.m. ET 1 COMMENTS CBS’s lawsuit against National Amusements, its...

  • Trump's ZTE Deal Is No U.S. Win

    Whether ZTE willfully violated the terms of its settlement with the U.S. government over sales to sanctioned Iran now appears irrelevant. Photo: johannes eisele/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images By Nathaniel Taplin Nathaniel Taplin The Wall Street Journal Biography nathaniel.taplin@wsj.com May 15, 2018 5:28 a.m. ET 10 COMMENTS Qualcomm ’s deal plans and tariff-free U.S....

  • Money for Nothing

    American International Group CEO Brian Duperreault was among the best-paid CEOs in America, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. Yet the company’s share price has suffered. Photo: suzanne barlyn/Reuters By Justin Lahart Justin Lahart The Wall Street Journal Biography @jdlahart Google+ Justin.Lahart@wsj.com May 14, 2018 1:35 p.m. ET 5 COMMENTS If...

  • Investors Shouldn't Be So Quick to Swipe Left on Tinder's Owner

    Dating app Tinder, owned by Match Group, has 3.5 million users. Photo: Jonathan Brady/Zuma Press By Elizabeth Winkler May 12, 2018 10:03 a.m. ET 1 COMMENTS The search for a soul mate has become a big business. In the U.S., one in three dates now begins online. The global market for online...

  • Venezuela's Oil Meltdown Is Getting Worse

    Though production at national oil company Petróleos de Venezuela has been falling fast, investors have assumed the company could keep global markets supplied and keep hard currency flowing to the country. Photo: ivan alvarado/Reuters By Spencer Jakab Spencer Jakab The Wall Street Journal Biography @spencerjakab Google+ Spencer.Jakab@wsj.com May 13, 2018 10:00 a.m....

  • Still Too Early to Get Back on Wells Fargo's Wagon

    By Aaron Back Aaron Back The Wall Street Journal Biography @AaronBack May 10, 2018 2:20 p.m. ET 4 COMMENTS Wells Fargo has been stuck in a rut since details began emerging of its sales abuses a year and a half ago. Despite some optimistic projections from the company on Thursday, it is...

  • What France's Car Makers Have to Lose in Iran

    By Stephen Wilmot Stephen Wilmot The Wall Street Journal Biography @stephenwilmot stephen.wilmot@wsj.com May 11, 2018 5:22 a.m. ET 4 COMMENTS Once bitten, twice shy—unless you’re a French car maker. Peugeot PUGOY -0.10% and Renault are among the few companies that have bet on Iran since the 2015 nuclear deal. Their history risks...

  • Why Box Office Flops Really, Really Hurt

    Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man in a scene from ‘Avengers: Infinity War.’ Photo: /Associated Press By Justin Lahart Justin Lahart The Wall Street Journal Biography @jdlahart Google+ Justin.Lahart@wsj.com May 11, 2018 5:30 a.m. ET 3 COMMENTS Inequality is playing at a theater near you. Or rather, “Avengers: Infinity War,” the movie...

  • Venezuela's Brewing Oil Shock May Be Bigger Than Iran's

    Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela’s president, has just a 22% approval rating, but has gained votes through dirty tricks,...

  • Google Tries to Ease Its Tech Bottleneck

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai delivered the keynote address at the Google I/O 2018 Conference in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images By Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher The Wall Street Journal Biography May 9, 2018 5:30 a.m. ET 2 COMMENTS A problem unique to Google: The best technology money can...

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