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Saudi Arabia Set to Return to Normal Oil Production Levels by End of Month

Saudi Arabia Set to Return to Normal Oil Production Levels by End of Month

Saudi Arabia will soon restore most of its oil output and return to normal production levels in weeks, the country's energy ministry said Tuesday.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-09-2019
Streaming War Spurs Classic TV Arms Race

Streaming War Spurs Classic TV Arms Race

Entertainment heavyweights have spent over $2 billion on classic television shows in recent weeks, in an effort to win over streaming customers who soon will have many more options to choose from.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-09-2019
U.S. Tells Saudi Arabia Oil Attacks Were Launched From Iran

U.S. Tells Saudi Arabia Oil Attacks Were Launched From Iran

American officials say intelligence indicates that Iran was the staging ground for a debilitating attack on the Saudi Arabia's oil industry.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 17-09-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | Amazon Changed Search Algorithm in Ways That Boost Its Own Products

WSJ News Exclusive | Amazon Changed Search Algorithm in Ways That Boost Its Own Products

The e-commerce giant overcame internal dissent from engineers and lawyers, people familiar with the move say.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 17-09-2019
OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy Protection

OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy protection with a partial deal aimed at resolving thousands of lawsuits filed by states and local municipalities accusing it of fueling the opioid crisis.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-09-2019
Crude Prices Soar After Saudi Oil Disruption, Threatening Global Growth

Crude Prices Soar After Saudi Oil Disruption, Threatening Global Growth

Crude prices surged following an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure and announcement from President Trump that he has authorized the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-09-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | China Seeks to Narrow Trade Talks With U.S. in Bid to Break Deadlock

WSJ News Exclusive | China Seeks to Narrow Trade Talks With U.S. in Bid to Break Deadlock

Beijing wants to narrow the scope of its negotiations with the U.S. to only trade matters, putting thornier national-security issues on a separate track.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 13-09-2019
Fights Over Where to Grow Marijuana Cause Stink in California

Fights Over Where to Grow Marijuana Cause Stink in California

California counties like Santa Barbara rushed to grab tax dollars by permitting huge marijuana farms after pot was legalized. Now many localities are navigating complaints about odors and traffic.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 13-09-2019
Hong Kong Stock Exchange Bids Nearly $37 Billion for London Rival

Hong Kong Stock Exchange Bids Nearly $37 Billion for London Rival

A deal would unite two of the world's major stock exchanges when both regions are under political pressure, with Hong Kong reeling from a summer of violent protests and London gripped by political paralysis.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-09-2019
Trump Plans to Ban Most Vaping Flavors

Trump Plans to Ban Most Vaping Flavors

President Trump said the U.S. plans to pull most vaping products from the market, citing growing concerns about health hazards and rising use by teenagers of the trendy alternative to traditional cigarettes.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-09-2019
Germany Offers a Model to Corporate America on Labor Relations

Germany Offers a Model to Corporate America on Labor Relations

As corporate America debates whether companies should consider other constituencies than just their shareholders, Germany offers an example of what a new approach might look like.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 10-09-2019
The World Expected a Chinese Tech Takeover. Alibaba Can’t Even Conquer Vietnam.

The World Expected a Chinese Tech Takeover. Alibaba Can’t Even Conquer Vietnam.

The Chinese juggernaut handles more business on its shopping sites than any other company in the world. Yet like many of its compatriots, the company has struggled to expand into new markets, stymied by nimbler local rivals.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 10-09-2019
PG&E’s Long Record of Run-Ins With Regulators: A ‘Cat and Mouse Game’

PG&E’s Long Record of Run-Ins With Regulators: A ‘Cat and Mouse Game’

Over more than two decades, the California utility responsible for causing deadly wildfires has at times misled regulators, withheld data and hindered investigations, accumulating fines and judgments of $2.6 billion. The latest flap involves alleged fudging of internal records. It's a challenge for a new CEO, who vows, "We're not going to be slippery."

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 06-09-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | WeWork Weighs Slashing Valuation by More Than Half Amid IPO Skepticism

WSJ News Exclusive | WeWork Weighs Slashing Valuation by More Than Half Amid IPO Skepticism

WeWork's parent company is considering slashing its valuation roughly in half to around $20 billion amid IPO skepticism.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 06-09-2019
China and the U.S. Will Hold High-Level Trade Talks in Early October

China and the U.S. Will Hold High-Level Trade Talks in Early October

Chinese and American officials plan to hold trade talks in Washington in early October, the latest attempt to tame a trade war that is rippling through the global economy.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-09-2019
How U.S. Banks Took Over the World

How U.S. Banks Took Over the World

A decade after fueling a crisis that nearly brought down the global financial system, America's banks are ruling it, earning the majority of global investment-banking fees, merger fees and stock commissions last year.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-09-2019
U.S. Factory Activity Shrinks for First Time in 3 Years

U.S. Factory Activity Shrinks for First Time in 3 Years

The U.S. manufacturing sector shrank for the first time in three years last month, providing the latest sign that a global manufacturing pullback is weighing on the American economy amid rising trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 04-09-2019
U.S.-China Trade War’s Global Impact Grows

U.S.-China Trade War’s Global Impact Grows

Fallout from the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China is rippling through the global economy, hurting confidence among U.S. small businesses, crimping trade among industrial giants in Asia and hitting export-oriented factories in Europe.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 03-09-2019
Young Chinese Spend Like Americans—and Take on Worrisome Debt

Young Chinese Spend Like Americans—and Take on Worrisome Debt

Chinese under 30 aren't savers like their parents and grandparents. The avid consumption is helping China diversify its economy, but it's also amplifying household debt that some economists say could weigh on China's growth.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 30-08-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | Aramco Proposes Two-Stage IPO, Shunning London, Hong Kong

Aramco Proposes Two-Stage IPO, Shunning London, Hong Kong

Saudi Aramco is considering a plan to split the world's largest IPO into two stages, debuting a portion of its shares on the Saudi stock exchange later this year and following up with an international offering in 2020 or 2021.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 30-08-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | National Security Concerns Threaten Undersea Data Link Backed by Google, Facebook

WSJ News Exclusive | National Security Concerns Threaten Undersea Data Link Backed by Google, Facebook

U.S. officials are seeking to block an undersea cable backed by Google, Facebook and a Chinese partner, in a national security review that could rewrite the rules of internet connectivity between the U.S. and China.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-08-2019
WSJ News Exclusive | Energy Companies Set to Get Reprieve on Methane Rules

WSJ News Exclusive | Energy Companies Set to Get Reprieve on Methane Rules

The Trump administration is moving to erase Obama-era rules on methane emissions from the oil-and-gas business, saying the federal government overstepped its authority when it set limits on what scientists say is a significant contributor to climate change.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-08-2019
Former Google Engineer Charged With Stealing Trade Secrets

Former Google Engineer Charged With Stealing Trade Secrets

Anthony Levandowski, a pioneer of self-driving car technology who left Google for Uber, was charged by federal authorities with 33 counts of trade-secret theft.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-08-2019
Purdue Pharma in Talks to Resolve Opioid Cases Through Bankruptcy

Purdue Pharma in Talks to Resolve Opioid Cases Through Bankruptcy

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and its owners, the Sackler family, are in talks with state and local governments to resolve more than 2,000 opioid cases in a deal valued at between $10 billion and $12 billion.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-08-2019
Bristol-Myers Moves Closer to Buying Celgene

Bristol-Myers Moves Closer to Buying Celgene

Bristol-Myers cleared a major hurdle to complete its acquisition of Celgene, after the two companies agreed to sell a skin treatment for $13.4 billion in a deal aimed at addressing antitrust concerns from regulators.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 27-08-2019
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Oklahoma Opioid Case

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Oklahoma Opioid Case

An Oklahoma judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for contributing to the state's opioid-addiction crisis, a verdict that could signal further findings of liability for drug companies facing similar cases.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 27-08-2019
The New Pay Gap: What Firms Report Paying CEOs Versus What They Take Home

The New Pay Gap: What Firms Report Paying CEOs Versus What They Take Home

Big companies tend to pay their chief executives big bucks. Less widely known: Many of those CEOs wind up receiving much more, often well after the compensation is initially disclosed.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 26-08-2019
Global Stocks Fall as Trade Tensions Escalate

Global Stocks Fall as Trade Tensions Escalate

Global stocks and government bond yields fell as a new escalation in commercial tensions between the U.S. and China cast fresh doubt on growth prospects.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 26-08-2019
Health Insurers Set to Expand Offerings Under the ACA

Health Insurers Set to Expand Offerings Under the ACA

Insurers are expanding their Affordable Care Act plan offerings for next year, with the once-troubled business now generating profits, even as the overall individual-insurance market has shrunk.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 23-08-2019
Customers Handed Over Their DNA. The Company Let the FBI Take a Look.

Customers Handed Over Their DNA. The Company Let the FBI Take a Look.

Millions of consumers have bought home-test kits, including 1.5 million from FamilyTreeDNA. How that data is used is largely left up to the companies; "We were talking about horrendous crimes. So I made the decision."

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 23-08-2019
Officials See Few Options if Slowdown Hits

Officials See Few Options if Slowdown Hits

After debating for days whether the U.S. is going into an economic downturn, Washington policy makers and Wall Street investors on Wednesday barreled into an even more difficult problem: There are few good options to deal with one if it happens.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 22-08-2019
Manufacturers Want to Quit China for Vietnam. They’re Finding It Impossible.

Manufacturers Want to Quit China for Vietnam. They’re Finding It Impossible.

As China's trade fight intensifies with the U.S., companies are rushing to set up new supply chains in countries such as Vietnam. They're quickly finding no place offers the complete solution that China does.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 22-08-2019
Italian Government Collapses, Setting Up a Power Struggle

Italian Government Collapses, Setting Up a Power Struggle

The economically fragile country plunged into deeper political turmoil amid a scramble to form a new governing coalition or hold snap elections that far-right populists would likely win.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 21-08-2019