» Liquor Makers Fight for Equal Footing on Military Bases
16/09/18 06:16 from WSJ.com: US Business
Spirits makers say they’re battling a Prohibition-era reputation in their bid for more shelf space next to beer and wine at military commissaries.
» Tallying the Economic Scars of a Hurricane
15/09/18 21:08 from WSJ.com: US Business
Studies in recent years have found that while hurricanes upend lives and destroy wealth, they leave little lasting imprint on the broader economy.
» Fed's Barkin Warns Tariffs Threaten Business Confidence
15/09/18 18:19 from WSJ.com: US Business
The long-term impact of tariffs on imported goods is uncertain, but one immediate impact is clear, says Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin: Businesses and consumers are worried about trade policy.
» Google Video Reveals Executive Reaction to 2016 Election
15/09/18 02:01 from WSJ.com: US Business
A newly surfaced video that shows Google executives lamenting the 2016 presidential election offers a glimpse into how the tech giant discusses political issues with employees.
» Staples Center Owner Seeks Piece of StubHub's Action
15/09/18 00:15 from WSJ.com: US Business
EBay’s StubHub is out as the official ticket reseller for Anschutz Entertainment Group’s venues, including the Los Angeles Staples Center. Anschutz will use its own ticketing unit instead.
» A Reality Check for Retail
14/09/18 22:43 from WSJ.com: US Business
A retail revival may be less powerful than investors think. Friday’s retail sales report suggests that the third quarter might not be as rosy as the second.
» Leadership and Life Lessons from Amazon's Jeff Bezos
14/09/18 21:48 from WSJ.com: US Business
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos tries never to schedule a meeting before 10 a.m. and likes to make a small number of high-quality decisions daily.
» SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Moon Tourist
14/09/18 21:11 from WSJ.com: US Business
Elon Musk’s SpaceX announced that it had signed up the first private passenger to fly around the moon. It didn’t provide a timetable or other details about the plan.
» NLRB Pushes to Rescind Obama-Era Union Ruling
14/09/18 20:56 from WSJ.com: US Business
The National Labor Relations Board has proposed rolling back an Obama-era job ruling that made it easier for contractors and workers at franchised businesses to form unions and collectively bargain with big corporations.
» Cord-Cutters Beware: Streaming TV Prices Are Marching Higher
14/09/18 20:02 from WSJ.com: US Business
Streaming services like DirecTV Now and Sling TV have added millions of customers by promising big savings over traditional cable and satellite-TV subscriptions. But prices are going up.
» MoviePass's Woes Open Door for Rivals
14/09/18 19:30 from WSJ.com: US Business
Theater companies and other ticket sellers are getting into the game of offering a subscription service as MoviePass struggles.
» United Technologies: Rockwell Deal, Breakup Decision on Track
14/09/18 19:07 from WSJ.com: US Business
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes said he expects to close the acquisition of Rockwell Collins by the end of the month, and that in the meantime the conglomerate is forging ahead with plans for a possible breakup.
» Sears Reports Widening Losses and Tumbling Sales
14/09/18 18:37 from WSJ.com: US Business
Sears Holdings Corp. is limping into the critical holiday season, after the struggling company reported its quarterly sales fell 26% and it continues to close dozens of stores.
» Chinese Conglomerate Trims Stake in AMC Entertainment
14/09/18 18:29 from WSJ.com: US Business
AMC Entertainment raised $600 million from Silver Lake and repurchased roughly a third of the stake held by majority shareowner Dalian Wanda Group, marking a major ownership shift for the movie-theater owner.
» U.S. Consumers Brighten, Upbeat About the Future
14/09/18 18:19 from WSJ.com: US Business
Americans are feeling better about the economy in part because they have a rosier view of the future, a factor that could support spending and output growth later this year.