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Moderna CEO Expects Covid-19 Vaccine Interim Results in November

Moderna Chief Executive Stephane Bancel said the federal government could authorize emergency use of the company's experimental Covid-19 vaccine in December, if the company gets positive interim results in November from a large clinical trial.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 20-10-2020

Farmers Stick With Trump, Despite Trade-War Pain

Many in agriculture say they believe a Biden presidency would bring stricter environmental regulations and higher taxes than the incumbent. "I'll take the good with the bad."

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 20-10-2020

China Economy Grows 4.9% as Rest of World Struggles With Coronavirus

The third-quarter results put China's economy back toward its pre-coronavirus trajectory half a year after the pandemic gutted it.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 19-10-2020

Coronavirus Tanked the Economy. Then Credit Scores Went Up.

The average credit score hit a record in July after millions of Americans had lost their jobs, scrambling lenders' underwriting models.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 19-10-2020

Senate to Subpoena Twitter CEO Over Blocking of Disputed Biden Articles

GOP senators said the Judiciary Committee would subpoena Jack Dorsey after his social-media company limited sharing of New York Post articles about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-10-2020

Trump Pressed on Coronavirus Response in Town Hall, Biden Asked to Outline Alternative Plan

President Trump was pressed on his handling of the pandemic during a contentious town hall, while Joe Biden was asked in a separate event what he would do differently.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-10-2020

Goldman’s Pandemic Hot Streak Continues in Third Quarter

The bank's sharply higher profit is the latest confirmation that, even in a pandemic and a recession, Wall Street can still make money.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-10-2020

China Drugmaker Gives Unproven Covid-19 Vaccine to Students Going Abroad

China is expanding distribution of coronavirus vaccines outside of clinical trials, with a state-owned company offering them to students going abroad amid a campaign by officials to boost public confidence in homegrown inoculations.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-10-2020

JPMorgan, Citigroup Signal That Economy Isn’t Out of the Woods

Both banks reported better-than-expected results, but JPMorgan CEO James Dimon said the U.S. needs another coronavirus-relief package.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 14-10-2020

Fewer Fistfights, Less Sex—TV Production Gets a Covid Makeover

As production resumes during the pandemic, fear of contagion is changing everything about making television. Producers are avoiding scenes with crowds, guest stars or intimacy between characters, wherever possible. "Are we crazy to be doing this?"

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 14-10-2020

Johnson & Johnson Pauses Covid-19 Vaccine Trials Due to Sick Subject

The company says an independent committee is reviewing the subject's illness, and it will review the medical information before deciding whether to restart the studies.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 13-10-2020

Republicans, Democrats Clash at Confirmation Hearing for Amy Coney Barrett

Senate Republicans focused on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's qualifications and their responsibility to approve her nomination at Senate Judiciary Committee hearings Monday, while Democrats highlighted the haste of the confirmation process and the threat to the Affordable Care Act.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 13-10-2020

AMD Is in Advanced Talks to Buy Xilinx

AMD is in advanced talks to buy rival chip maker Xilinx, people familiar with the matter say, in a deal that could be worth more than $30 billion and mark the latest big tie-up in the rapidly consolidating industry.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 09-10-2020

There’s No Oil in Wisconsin. The Fracking Bust Hit It Anyway.

Mines that sent trainloads of "Northern White" sand to West Texas for hydraulic fracturing sit idle, costing jobs and hurting local-government coffers.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 09-10-2020

Mike Pence, Kamala Harris Clash on Combating Coronavirus at Vice Presidential Debate

The pandemic dominated the 2020 campaign's only vice presidential debate, but the candidates also sparred over taxes, the economy, fracking and the Supreme Court.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 08-10-2020

How Russia Today Skirts High-Tech Blockade to Reach U.S. Readers

After 2016, social-media companies tried to limit the reach of RT, as it is now known. Instead, the outlet has been boosted by a news aggregator dominated by conservative publishers, including National Review, The Daily Caller and Newsmax.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 08-10-2020

Bill Gates Says Antibody Drugs Could Sharply Reduce Covid-19 Death Rate

Antibody drugs that are in testing and were administered to President Trump could significantly reduce the death rate from Covid-19 once they are approved by regulators and more widely available, Bill Gates said.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 07-10-2020

Trump Halts Covid-19 Relief Aid Talks Until After Election

The president said he is pausing efforts to get more aid to struggling households and businesses until after Election Day.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 07-10-2020

JPMorgan Probe Revived by Regulators’ Data Mining

Investigators probing whether traders at JPMorgan Chase rigged silver prices seven years ago decided there was no case to bring. Last week, the same agency hammered the megabank with a $920 million fine.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 06-10-2020

The Covid Economy Carves Deep Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots

The comeback since the start of the pandemic is kind to those who can work from home, to firms serving them and to regions hospitable to them. Left behind are the less-educated, old-line businesses and areas dependent on tourism. Rising wealth coincides with lines at food banks.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 06-10-2020

The Stock Market’s Leaders Appear Most Vulnerable to Biden’s Tax Plan

Major U.S. technology sectors could take a disproportionate hit to earnings from Joe Biden's tax proposals, analysts say.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-10-2020

America’s Main Street Revival Goes Into Reverse, Cutting a Small-Town Lifeline

Small towns fostered a wave of new downtown restaurants and specialty shops in recent years, bringing some much-needed growth. The challenges faced by businesses in Emporia, Kan., show how much that revival is now in danger from Covid-19.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-10-2020

President Trump and First Lady Melania Test Positive for Covid-19

President Trump said he and the first lady tested positive for Covid-19, adding that they would "begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately," an unprecedented situation that will upend the final month of the 2020 campaign.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 02-10-2020

A Major Miner’s Daunting Dig Could Reshape the Iron-Ore Market

Rio Tinto's next leader will inherit a decision that could define the miner's next decade: whether to partner with China on a potentially lucrative but costly African project that could reshape the iron-ore market.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 02-10-2020

Trump, Biden Clash in Contentious First Debate

President Trump and Joe Biden clashed over the Supreme Court, the coronavirus and the economy in a debate marked by interruptions and insults from both candidates.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 30-09-2020

WSJ News Exclusive | NextEra Energy Made Takeover Approach to Duke Energy

NextEra Energy recently made a takeover approach to Duke Energy, according to people familiar with the matter, testing the waters for what would be a $60 billion-plus combination of two southern utilities.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 30-09-2020

Why Are There Still So Few Black CEOs?

Black professionals face greater obstacles early in their career, are viewed more critically than their colleagues and frequently lack the relationships that are pivotal to advancement. Only 1% of the chief executives running America's top 500 companies are Black.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-09-2020

New Limits Urged on Americans’ Sugar Consumption Amid Rising Obesity Concerns

Americans should get no more than 6% of their daily calories from added sugar, a federal committee recommends, down from the current 10% guideline.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-09-2020

What Trump Pick Amy Coney Barrett Could Mean for Future of the Supreme Court

President Trump nominated Judge Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday. Her jurisprudence suggests she would carry on the tradition of Justice Scalia and potentially enshrine a conservative bloc for years.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-09-2020

TikTok Download Ban Is Blocked by Judge

The federal judge's move gives the Chinese-owned app a short-term victory as it scrambles to ensure its future while caught in a battle of brinkmanship between global superpowers.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-09-2020

Palantir Expected to Be Valued at Nearly $22 Billion in Trading Debut

Palantir Technologies is expected to fetch a lofty valuation in its transition to a public company despite an unusually aggressive governance structure, in the latest sign of investors' voracious appetite for new shares.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 25-09-2020

WSJ News Exclusive | Blue Health Insurers Reach Tentative Antitrust Settlement for $2.7 Billion

The agreement that the insurance group has negotiated would also require it curb practices that allegedly limited competition among its 36 member companies, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 25-09-2020

As Covid-19 Fatigue Fuels Infections in Europe, Italy Resists Second Wave

The shock experienced by Italy in its coronavirus outbreak this spring helps explain why the country is so far having greater success than many other European countries in limiting a resurgence of the pandemic.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 23-09-2020