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Samsung to Investigate Malfunctioning Screens on New Galaxy Fold Phones

Samsung to Investigate Malfunctioning Screens on New Galaxy Fold Phones

Samsung will look into what caused some Galaxy Fold phones issued to tech reviewers to malfunction, casting doubts over the rollout of the industry's first mainstream foldable-screen device.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-04-2019
Aramco Pursues Stake in Indian Oil Refiner

Aramco Pursues Stake in Indian Oil Refiner

Saudi Arabia's state oil company is in early stage talks to take a stake in the Indian operator of the world's largest crude refining facility, a deal that would help fulfill its goal of matching the kingdom's production with refining outlets.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-04-2019
China Growth Beats Expectations Thanks to Humming Factories

China Growth Beats Expectations Thanks to Humming Factories

China's economic growth held to a 6.4% rate in the first three months of the year as factory production picked up significantly amid signs authorities worked forcefully to stabilize business following months of weakness.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 17-04-2019
Apple, Qualcomm Agree to Drop All Patent Litigation

Apple, Qualcomm Agree to Drop All Patent Litigation

Apple and Qualcomm agreed to dismiss all litigation world-wide over patent royalties, on the day the two sides began a courtroom trial to settle their legal dispute.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 17-04-2019
UniCredit to Pay $1.3 Billion to Settle Sanctions Charges

UniCredit to Pay $1.3 Billion to Settle Sanctions Charges

Banks owned by UniCredit Group have agreed to pay $1.3 billion to settle claims they processed payments allegedly in violation of multiple U.S. government sanctions programs.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-04-2019
OPEC Has a New Best Friend: Russia

OPEC Has a New Best Friend: Russia

Vladimir Putin has helped resolve conflicts within the oil cartel by wielding Russia's power as a major oil producer. That has given the country considerable influence over the direction of the world's $1.7 trillion crude-oil market, and more power in the Middle East.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-04-2019
At the IMF, Germany Comes Under Pressure to Stimulate Growth

At the IMF, Germany Comes Under Pressure to Stimulate Growth

With the global economy slowing and showing signs that it may need support, economists are pointing at Germany and a few other countries that are in a position to provide a lot of stimulus but are instead choosing not to.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-04-2019
Trump’s Fed Attacks Cast a Chill at Global Finance Gathering

Trump’s Fed Attacks Cast a Chill at Global Finance Gathering

Former Federal Reserve officials and foreign central bankers say President Trump's combative stance toward the U.S. central bank could over time weaken the institution and its role in the global economy.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-04-2019
Uber IPO Filing Shows Growth Leveling Off

Uber IPO Filing Shows Growth Leveling Off

Uber made its IPO papers public, revealing some of the secrets of a company with big, global ambitions that faces slowing growth in its core ride-hailing business.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-04-2019
WikiLeaks Founder Arrested, Charged With Computer-Hacking Conspiracy

WikiLeaks Founder Arrested, Charged With Computer-Hacking Conspiracy

British police dragged Julian Assange from the Ecuadorean Embassy that was the WikiLeaks founder's refuge for nearly seven years, and hours later the U.S. charged the man it says ran a hostile foreign-intelligence service with conspiring to hack into a military computer.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-04-2019
Fossil Evidence of New Human Species Found in Philippines

Fossil Evidence of New Human Species Found in Philippines

In a handful of fossilized teeth and bones, scientists say they've found evidence of a previously unknown human species that lived in what is now the Philippines about 50,000 years ago.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 11-04-2019
EU Leaders Agree to Delay Brexit Until Oct. 31

EU Leaders Agree to Delay Brexit Until Oct. 31

European Union leaders agreed to postpone Brexit until Oct. 31 to allow British Prime Minister Theresa May more time to try to get the U.K.'s Parliament to approve the country's divorce deal with the bloc.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 11-04-2019
Opinion | Get Ready for a  Pileup, Tesla

Opinion | Get Ready for a Pileup, Tesla

The company braces for a $300 billion onslaught of money-losing green cars.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 10-04-2019
Boeing Didn’t Get Any Commercial 737 Orders in March

Boeing Didn’t Get Any Commercial 737 Orders in March

The company failed to book any commercial orders for its 737 jetliner in March, the first month without a sale of its best-selling aircraft in almost seven years.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 10-04-2019
Roundup, the World’s Best-Selling Weedkiller, Faces a Legal Reckoning

Roundup, the World’s Best-Selling Weedkiller, Faces a Legal Reckoning

Bayer AG says hundreds of studies prove it safe, but plaintiffs claim the research was skewed by company cooperation with scientists. Two juries have found in favor of plaintiffs who developed lymphoma.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 09-04-2019
U.S. Moves to Impose Tariffs on $11 Billion of EU Goods

U.S. Moves to Impose Tariffs on $11 Billion of EU Goods

The Trump administration moved on Monday toward imposing the tariffs on imports from the European Union, saying the move was justified by the bloc's subsidies for aircraft maker Airbus.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 09-04-2019
Pinterest Is Expected to Set IPO Price Range Below Last Valuation

Pinterest Is Expected to Set IPO Price Range Below Last Valuation

Pinterest plans to set a price range for its IPO that is below where the online image-search company last raised money privately when it begins a roadshow to pitch the shares to investors Monday.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 08-04-2019
Push for Brexit Deal Heats Up Ahead of EU Summit

Push for Brexit Deal Heats Up Ahead of EU Summit

Britain's two main political parties are pushing to reach a new Brexit deal this week ahead of a European Union summit that will consider a request from British Prime Minister Theresa May to further postpone the country's departure from the bloc.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 08-04-2019
Apple Didn’t Solve Our Horrible Gadget-Charging Mess and Nobody Else Has, Either

Apple Didn’t Solve Our Horrible Gadget-Charging Mess and Nobody Else Has, Either

Apple killed off the AirPower charging pad before its promised release: Alternatives from Samsung and others give us clues as to why.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-04-2019
Fearing a No-Deal Brexit, British Companies Hoard Like It’s Wartime

Fearing a No-Deal Brexit, British Companies Hoard Like It’s Wartime

U.K. manufacturers have built supply chains and export markets around free trade with Europe. A sudden end would rupture one of the world's most advanced, cross-border assembly lines. The resulting stockpiling of supplies risks crimping growth--a problem that will continue even if there is an orderly exit from the EU.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-04-2019
A Revolution Sweeping Railroads Upends How America Moves Its Stuff

A Revolution Sweeping Railroads Upends How America Moves Its Stuff

Freight railroads generally have operated the same way for more than a century: They wait for cargo and leave when customers are ready. Now railroads want to run more like commercial airlines, where departure times are set. Factories, farms, mines or mills need to be ready or miss their trips.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 04-04-2019
Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Is Arrested on New Allegations

Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Is Arrested on New Allegations

Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested again over new suspicions of financial misconduct less than a month after he was released on bail.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 04-04-2019
Generic-Drug Trends Squeeze Walgreens Profit

Generic-Drug Trends Squeeze Walgreens Profit

Walgreens cut its earnings expectations for the fiscal year after the drugstore chain said it made less money on prescription drugs. Its shares fell sharply.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 03-04-2019
Theresa May Courts Opposition in Bid to Break Brexit Impasse

Theresa May Courts Opposition in Bid to Break Brexit Impasse

British Prime Minister Theresa May made an about-face in her Brexit strategy by saying she would pursue a different deal with the opposition Labour Party, an approach that could keep the country more closely bound to the bloc than she previously envisioned.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 03-04-2019
Aramco Emerges Ahead of Apple as World’s Most Profitable Company

Aramco Emerges Ahead of Apple as World’s Most Profitable Company

Saudi Arabia for the first time revealed details to investors that show its national oil company is the world's most profitable business, demonstrating that the cloistered kingdom is willing to undergo unprecedented scrutiny to tap international cash.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 02-04-2019
U.S. and Chinese Manufacturing Stabilize, While Europe Lags Behind

U.S. and Chinese Manufacturing Stabilize, While Europe Lags Behind

Manufacturing activity in the world's two largest economies perked up in March, an antidote to financial-market fears of a coming global recession, though pockets of weakness remain and the outlook is uncertain.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 02-04-2019
China Manufacturing Gauge Hits Six-Month High

China Manufacturing Gauge Hits Six-Month High

An official gauge of activity in China's crucial manufacturing sector rose to a six-month high in March, suggesting that Beijing's support policies are gaining traction.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 01-04-2019
Fake News Runs Wild on WhatsApp as India Elections Loom

Fake News Runs Wild on WhatsApp as India Elections Loom

Viral fake news is lighting up Facebook's WhatsApp messaging app as the world's biggest democracy prepares for national elections in the coming weeks.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 01-04-2019
Stuck in the Brexit Maze

Stuck in the Brexit Maze

Friday was meant to be the day the U.K. left the European Union. Now, as one British lawmaker said Thursday, 'All we know about tomorrow is it's called Friday.' And that is more than we know about Brexit's ultimate fate.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-03-2019
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan Steps Down

Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan Steps Down

The bank chief's departure ended a 31-year career at Wells Fargo and an arduous two-and-a-half-year effort to get the company back on solid footing after a fake-account scandal erupted in 2016.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-03-2019
Police Raid Sweden’s Leading Bank as Russian Money Laundering Scandal Spreads

Police Raid Sweden’s Leading Bank as Russian Money Laundering Scandal Spreads

Police raided the headquarters of Swedbank as it faces suspicions of illegally tipping off shareholders that a TV report would accuse the lender of helping launder billions of dollars in illicit funds from Russia.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-03-2019
Theresa May’s Vow to Resign Doesn’t Yield Brexit Breakthrough

Theresa May’s Vow to Resign Doesn’t Yield Brexit Breakthrough

British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to quit in a bid to salvage her beleaguered plan to leave the European Union, confirming her lame-duck status and setting off a period of intense politicking among her potential successors.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-03-2019
Apple, Qualcomm Trade Blows in Long-Running Patent Fight

Apple, Qualcomm Trade Blows in Long-Running Patent Fight

Apple and Qualcomm each notched victories from a U.S. trade body in their yearslong feud over patent licensing, hardening the divide between them ahead of a federal trial slated to begin next month.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 27-03-2019
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