Director and producer J.J. Abrams, known for hit movies such as "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and TV shows including "Alias," is nearing a massive production deal with WarnerMedia, the parent company of Warner Bros. and ...Read more
PARIS -- Boeing's big new 777X jet, the first of which rolled out of the Everett assembly plant in early March, cannot fly until at least the fall because of a problem with the new GE9X engine.
The long delay is a blow to...Read more
Prestigious, selective, world-ranked are all ways to describe Stanford University. Add this to the list: bargain -- at least by some measures.
Students who graduated from Stanford with a bachelor's degree had the lowest ...Read more
CHICAGO -- More than a decade after Tribune Co. went private in a leveraged buyout that saddled the company with $13 billion in debt and led to its bankruptcy, Sam Zell and dozens of former executives have agreed to pay $...Read more
Members of Congress who pushed for the "opportunity zone" provision in the 2017 federal tax law said it would help businesses and entrepreneurs in low-income communities. The tax break rewards investors for spending ...Read more
The chief executives of United Technologies Corp. and Raytheon Co. on Monday defended the proposed merger of their companies to skeptical industry analysts, the second time in a week they explained the rationale for the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Best Buy Inc. warned Monday that a Trump administration threat to tax all Chinese-made consumer electronics up to 25 % "could be immediately passed on to U.S. consumers."
Jason Bonfig, Best Buy's chief ...Read more
PARIS -- One of Boeing's biggest 737 MAX customers sharply criticized the company's handling of the crisis resulting from two recent crashes, and raised the stark question of whether Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive ...Read more
Want some highlights of how Americans save for retirement? We read Vanguard's latest "How America Saves" 2019 report issued on Tuesday for trends and other takeaways.
Here are some key highlights from Vanguard's report on...Read more
Once upon a time, our competition cops weren't afraid of giants. Federal regulators broke up Rockefeller's Standard Oil monopoly, kept DuPont from dominating military supply, and broke Ma Bell into what's now Verizon and ...Read more
Alex Pardoe, 25, is what some might dub the anti-millennial. Except, he's not really.
Much like others in their 20s or 30s, he's savvy about building a brand, marketing his talents and recognizing how to use Instagram and...Read more
Americans' debt load has risen nearly 23% since 2013 -- despite record stock gains and low unemployment -- and that can't bode well for their future.
Household debt totaled almost $13.7 trillion in the first quarter, with...Read more
Thousands of young hemp plants dance in the breeze as fans blow through a loft on Trent Lawrence's organic produce farm. And once a day, they dance to Bob Marley.
"The plants have got to have a little tunes," Lawrence ...Read more
Tim Velde had about half his corn planted before the weather near Hanley Falls, Minn., went sour in May. Then he had to switch seed to make sure his corn beat the first frost in the fall.
"I had to get something that ...Read more
PARIS -- The leadership of Airbus appeared at a press briefing ahead of the Paris Air Show on the company's 50th anniversary with an all-new team and a new style.
Chief executive Guillaume Faury led the group, talking ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Hollywood sequels have crashed and burned at the box office this summer, with just a handful of notable exceptions.
Sony's "Men in Black: International," a spinoff of the Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones ...Read more
Ms. Lank: I have a family member who would like to buy my senior parents' home in a closed sale (without a real estate agent) to avoid commissions. What are the pros and cons of such an arrangement? I'm a little weary of ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- Long lines formed at Target stores across the nation Saturday after the retail giant's cash registers quit working, and shoppers reacted with amazement and frustration.
On Twitter, Facebook and other sites,...Read more
Whoever stole Leslie Robison's credit card number could have bought a new computer, a flat-screen TV, or an expensive trip overseas.
Instead, the thief tried to scam her just two bucks at a time.
In January, Robison ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- As Huawei Technologies Co. comes under unrelenting pressure from the Trump administration, the Chinese telecom giant has one advantage that the U.S. can't undermine: a vast, global portfolio of patents on ...Read more
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