• Dell Deal Is as Good as It Gets for VMware

    Dell Technologies aims to become a public company five years after it went private in one of the largest ever private-equity-backed deals. Photo: Carlo Allegri/Reuters By Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher The Wall Street Journal Biography July 2, 2018 2:21 p.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Dell Technologies Inc. going public again may have been...

  • Tariffs Aren't China's Strongest Weapon Against the U.S.

    By Nathaniel Taplin Nathaniel Taplin The Wall Street Journal Biography @nate_taplin nathaniel.taplin@wsj.com Updated July 2, 2018 1:35 a.m. ET 7 COMMENTS Chinese officials love to brag about their civilization’s 5,000 years of history. More pertinent these days is the country’s 5,000 years of bureaucracy. As Beijing works out how to retaliate against...

  • The Trans-Atlantic Catch-Up Trade Has Gone Awry

    By Richard Barley Richard Barley The Wall Street Journal Biography @RichardBarley1 Richard.Barley@wsj.com June 29, 2018 4:59 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS This was supposed to be the year global markets moved in sync, Europe following the U.S. with higher bond yields and stock prices. But at halftime things don’t look so simple. For...

  • How Amazon Made Pharmacies Ill

    Amazon on Thursday said it will acquire online pharmacy PillPack. The deal sparked a sharp selloff in pharmacy stocks. Photo: Paul Sakuma/Associated Press By Charley Grant Charley Grant The Wall Street Journal Biography @CGrantWSJ charles.grant@wsj.com Updated June 28, 2018 2:02 p.m. ET It is time for the prescription drug supply chain to...

  • Bank Stress Tests Don't Instill Confidence

    The Federal Reserve building in Washington Photo: karen bleier/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images By Aaron Back Aaron Back The Wall Street Journal Biography @AaronBack Updated June 28, 2018 5:47 p.m. ET 3 COMMENTS Goldman Sachs GS 0.65% and Morgan Stanley MS 0.40% were dealt an embarrassing setback by the Federal Reserve on Thursday. The...

  • Why Hot Money Is a Problem for Britain at Just the Wrong Time

    By Paul J. Davies Paul J. Davies The Wall Street Journal Biography @PaulJDavies paul.davies@wsj.com June 28, 2018 6:34 a.m. ET 1 COMMENTS Britain seems to be developing a hot-money problem just as its economic future is becoming more uncertain. That’s a big risk for local business and foreign investors alike. The U.K....

  • Tariff Talk Has Slammed the IPO Window Shut for Car Makers

    By Stephen Wilmot Stephen Wilmot The Wall Street Journal Biography @stephenwilmot stephen.wilmot@wsj.com June 27, 2018 5:49 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Luxury car makers are in the eye of the trade storm unleashed by U.S. President Donald Trump. One consequence: Hoped-for IPOs of Aston Martin, Volvo Cars and possibly Jaguar Land Rover are...

  • Banks Are Playing Chicken With Brexit

    By Paul J. Davies Paul J. Davies The Wall Street Journal Biography @PaulJDavies paul.davies@wsj.com June 26, 2018 8:33 a.m. ET 1 COMMENTS There is a serious game of chicken going on in European finance and each side just told the other they need to blink. The face-off is between banks and European...

  • GE's Plan Rests on Promises and Some Sleight of Hand

    By Spencer Jakab Spencer Jakab The Wall Street Journal Biography @spencerjakab Google+ Spencer.Jakab@wsj.com June 26, 2018 12:19 p.m. ET Curb your enthusiasm about General Electric . GE 7.76% The transformative moves the conglomerate announced on Tuesday morning were well-received but only propelled its shares to levels last seen seven trading sessions ago....

  • Has the Big Yuan Short Finally Arrived?

    As long as Chinese investors see a bright future in housing, the yuan should be OK. Photo: TPG/Zuma Press By Nathaniel Taplin Nathaniel Taplin The Wall Street Journal Biography @nate_taplin nathaniel.taplin@wsj.com June 26, 2018 5:38 a.m. ET 12 COMMENTS Chinese markets are in trouble once again. China’s currency is down nearly 1%...

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