WSJ What’s News

WSJ What’s News

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Tesla to Cut Full-Time Workforce by 7%

WSJ What’s News

P.M. Edition for January 18: Tesla is cutting seven percent of its full-time workforce, the second round of layoffs in a year. The Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins says it's part of Tesla's bid to lower the price of its Model 3 sedan.

9 Min

Jan 18, 2019

Small Businesses Left in Limbo During Shutdown

WSJ What’s News

A.M. Edition for January 18th: Small businesses haven't been able to get loan approvals during the partial government shutdown, leaving livelihoods in limbo, and forcing some to resort to desperate measures. The Wall Street Journal's Ruth Simon has the details.

7 Min

Jan 18, 2019

Wall Street Journal: Cohen Rigged Polls to Favor Trump

WSJ What’s News

P.M. Edition for January 17: The Wall Street Journal says former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid an IT firm to rig online polls to favor Donald Trump in advance of the 2016 presidential campaign. More from WSJ investigative reporter Michael Rothfeld.

9 Min

Jan 17, 2019

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7 min
Jan 17, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 17th: WeWork is one of the nation's most valuable startups. But conflict of interest concerns are being raised, after founder Adam Neumann bought property, then leased it back to his own company. The Wall Street Journal's Eliot Brown has the details.

11 min
Jan 16, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 16: The Wall Street Journal is out with its Middle Seat ranking of major U.S. airlines based on reliability. WSJ Middle Seat columnist Scott McCartney tells us who's flying high and who's stuck on the runway.

7 min
Jan 16, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 16th: PG&E's planned bankruptcy could have a major impact on the hundreds of lawsuits the utility is facing. And it could jeopardize the state's efforts to combat climate change with green energy. The Wall Street Journal's Russell Gold has more details.

8 min
Jan 15, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 15: A key vote on British Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to exit the European Union is set for Tuesday night. The Wall Street Journal's Jason Douglas has more on what's at stake. Plus, the WSJ's Peter Nicholas on the partial government shutdown.

8 min
Jan 15, 2019
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The North American International Auto Show begins in Detroit on Saturday. But it's the last year the auto show will be held during the winter, in January. Next year, it moves to June. The Wall Street Journal's Adrienne Roberts has more details.

8 min
Jan 14, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 14th: California's largest utility, PG&E, is planning to file for bankruptcy, as it faces more than $30 billion in potential liability costs for its role in the state's deadly wildfires. The Wall Street Journal's Katherine Blunt has the details on what happens next.

7 min
Jan 14, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 14th: This week brings the producer price index, the Federal Reserve's Beige Book, and the latest data on industrial production. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney breaks down what to look for in the data.

7 min
Jan 11, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 11: Craft brewers depend on federal approval for some of their new labels and formulas. But the government shutdown means brewers can't market or produce new beers without that federal approval. More from the Wall Street Journal's Ruth Simon.

7 min
Jan 11, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 11th: Ford's restructuring plans in Europe include plant closures and cutting thousands of jobs, as the company tries to turn around its global business. The Wall Street Journal's William Boston has the details.

8 min
Jan 10, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 10: The government shutdown has idled agencies responsible for releasing key economic data. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney says this makes it difficult for the Fed, investors and companies to get a proper read on the economy.

7 min
Jan 10, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 10th: The housing market was a trouble spot for an otherwise strong economy last year. Heard on the Street Columnist Justin Lahart says the sector could be the canary in the coal mine, when it comes to sensitivity to rising interest rates.

8 min
Jan 9, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 9: The Chrysler Building, an iconic part of Manhattan's skyline, is on the block. But the Wall Street Journal's Keiko Morris says the Chrysler Building could be a tough sell, given its high costs and stiff competition from new towers.

9 min
Jan 9, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 9th: President Trump ramped up his demand for funding for a border wall, in an address to the nation on Tuesday night. But Democrats aren't budging, as a partial government shutdown continues. The Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib has more details.

7 min
Jan 8, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 8th: A reduction in smoking has resulted in a dramatic reduction of cancer-related deaths since 1991. Wall Street Journal reporter Amy Dockser Marcus explains why doctors feel significantly more progress is needed to further reduce the threat of deaths from cancer.

7 min
Jan 8, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 8th: Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson is scaling back the plans of his predecessor, founder Howard Schultz - including plans to create about 1,000 reserve cafes. The Wall Street Journal's Julie Jargon has the details.

7 min
Jan 7, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 7th: The Federal Reserve faces fresh challenges in 2019, as it seeks to keep the economy from overheating while avoiding a recession. The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath has more on the factors that could threaten striking that balance.

6 min
Jan 7, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 7th: This week brings more economic data from December, including the minutes from the Federal Reserve's final policy meeting of 2018. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn previews this week's economic calendar.

10 min
Jan 4, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 4: House Democrats passed spending bills to reopen the government, but they stand no chance of passing the Senate. And a meeting Friday between President Trump and top Democrats led to no progress. More from the Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews.

6 min
Jan 4, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 4th: Despite predictions of a downturn, U.S. auto sales held steady in 2018, with sales exceeding 17 million vehicles. But threats remain on the horizon as we start the new year. The Wall Street Journal's Adrienne Roberts has the details.

8 min
Jan 3, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 3: Apple surprised everyone by cutting its quarterly revenue forecast, the first such cut in over 15 years. Apple CEO Tim Cook cited slowing sales in China. More from the Wall Street Journal's Dan Gallagher.

8 min
Jan 3, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 3: The new Congress convenes Thursday. The Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews says House Democrats will offer a handful of spending bills to try to end the partial government shutdown.

10 min
Jan 2, 2019
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P.M. Edition for January 2: Tesla is knocking two thousand dollars off the price of several vehicles, including the Model 3 sedan. It comes as Model 3 deliveries rose sharply, but still fell short of forecasts. More from the Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins.

6 min
Jan 2, 2019
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A.M. Edition for January 2: The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn previews Friday's December jobs report. Plus, WSJ's Riva Gold says analysts have cut their earnings forecasts.

9 min
Dec 31, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 31st: Tech companies dominated a list of the best-run companies of 2018, with Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft claiming the top three spots. Overall, seven tech companies landed in the top ten of the Drucker Institute's Management Top 250 ranking. The Wall Street Journal's Chip Cutter has more on what landed these companies at the top of the list.

6 min
Dec 28, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 28th: Teachers and other public education employees in the U.S. are quitting their jobs at the highest rate on record. In a tight labor market, some are finding opportunities elsewhere. Others are quitting out of frustration over budgets and benefits. The Wall Street Journal's Michelle Hackman has more details.

10 min
Dec 28, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 28th: It's been a tumultuous year for cryptocurrency. Bitcoin saw an especially precipitous decline, from its peak of nearly $20,000 at the end of 2017 to just under $4,000 at the end of 2018. The Wall Street Journal's Paul Vigna reviews the year in cryptocurrency, and looks ahead to 2019.

8 min
Dec 27, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 27th: McDonald's is renewing its focus on breakfast, three years after it began offering its breakfast menu all day, thanks to demand from consumers. Now the company is doubling down by expanding its breakfast menu. The Wall Street Journal's Julie Jargon has more.

7 min
Dec 27, 2018
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How much does the rise of computerized trading have to do with recent market turbulence? According to some traders, it can amplify drops across markets, and accelerate herdlike behavior that can move very quickly. The Wall Street Journal's Rachael Levy has more.

9 min
Dec 26, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 26: President Trump maintains the hotly-disputed five billion dollar border wall will ultimately not be paid for by U.S. taxpayers, but by Mexico. Trade experts are unconvinced, says the Wall Street Journal's Vivian Salama.

7 min
Dec 26, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 26th: The U.S. economy saw strong jobs growth and record low unemployment in 2018, despite ongoing trade tensions that threatened to derail progress. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry has a look back, and a look ahead to the new year.

9 min
Dec 25, 2018
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In this special holiday edition of What's News, we take a look at Elf on the Shelf, a holiday tradition that has some parents breathing a sigh of relief, now that they can put the toy away until next year. The Wall Street Journal's Katie Bindley has the details.

7 min
Dec 24, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 24: Airlines are dividing passengers into more groups to streamline the boarding process and let higher-paying passengers get first crack at the overhead bins. The Wall Street Journal's Alison Sider explains.

7 min
Dec 21, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 21st: It was another punishing week for U.S. stocks, with the Nasdaq landing in bear-market territory. Plus, shoppers are feeling the absence of Toys "R" Us. The Wall Street Journal's Paul Ziobro has the details.

7 min
Dec 21, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 21st: The tie-up between Cigna and Express Scripts is the latest between an insurance company and a pharmacy-benefit manager, after CVS and Aetna's merger closed last month. The Wall Street Journal's Anna Wilde Mathews has more.

9 min
Dec 20, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 20: The U.S. charges two Chinese nationals in a major hacking campaign. Plus, the Wall Street Journal's Robert Wall talks about drones that shut down the U.K.'s Gatwick Airport, just in time for the holidays.

8 min
Dec 20, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 20th: The Federal Reserve is signaling a slower pace for rate hikes in 2019. But the Fed's final meeting of 2018 sent U.S. stocks sliding on Wednesday. Do the markets know something we don't? The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos has more.

7 min
Dec 19, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 19th: As expected, the Federal Reserve has raised rates a quarter-percentage point - the fourth rate hike of 2018. Plus, food companies are subtly raising prices. The Wall Street Journal's Annie Gasparro has more on some of their tactics.

7 min
Dec 19, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 19th: As the Federal Reserve looks ahead to the new year, officials are considering whether to slow the pace of short-term interest rate hikes. But one of the lessons learned over the course of slowly raising rates since December of 2015 is that smaller moves can have a bigger impact on the economy. The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Louise Ensign has more details.

6 min
Dec 18, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 18th: A federal judge has delayed sentencing for Mike Flynn, President's Trump's former national security advisor. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has the details from a dramatic day in the courtroom.

10 min
Dec 18, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 18th: The electric scooter industry is growing quickly, leaving states and localities struggling to keep up with regulating scooters. The Wall Street Journal's Scott Calvert has the details.

9 min
Dec 17, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 17: President Trump tweeted that it's "incredible" that the Fed is considering another rate hike. More from the Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson. Plus, a new WSJ poll finds Americans have mixed feelings about Trump and the economy.

8 min
Dec 17, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 17th: The Federal Reserve is expected to raise short-term interest rates for a fourth time this year, at its final meeting of 2018. The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath runs down this week's economic calendar.

8 min
Dec 14, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 14th: The Dow fell 497 points on Friday, putting all three major U.S. indexes in correction territory. Plus, U.S. officials say Chinese hackers are taking aim at U.S. Navy contractors. The Wall Street Journal's Dustin Volz has the details.

7 min
Dec 14, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 14: Amazon is building two new headquarters in Queens, N.Y. and Crystal City, Virginia. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens talks about why the Amazon invasion will be slow.

7 min
Dec 13, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 13: Apple plans a wave of expansion in the U.S., saying it'll spend one billion dollars on a new campus in Austin Texas. Apple will also build facilities in several other locations, says the Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle.

10 min
Dec 13, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 13: Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote in the U.K. But the Wall Street Journal's Jason Douglas says the future for both May and Brexit is cloudy. And WSJ's Sharon Nunn says CFOs predict a recession in the U.S. next year.

8 min
Dec 12, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 12: White House chief of staff John Kelly is leaving at year's end. It's part of a looming staff overhaul at a White House that's already seen unprecedented turnover. More from the Wall Street Journal's Peter Nicholas.

7 min
Dec 12, 2018
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A.M. Edition: The U.S. Postal Service is billions of dollars in debt. The White House has proposed a way for the Post Office to make money, by selling private companies access to your mailbox. The Wall Street Journal's Heidi Vogt explains.

9 min
Dec 11, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 11: President Trump had a heated on-camera meeting with Democratic leaders about funding for border security. Plus, the U.S. and China restart talks on reaching a trade agreement. The Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis has more.

7 min
Dec 11, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 11th: Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft are planning to go public next year. The Wall Street Journal's Greg Bensinger has more details on their battle on the streets and for global investors.

7 min
Dec 10, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 10th: Amazon is cracking down on seller scams, and has fired employees in the U.S. and India who were suspected of abetting scammers' efforts. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens has the details on the crackdown.

7 min
Dec 10, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 10: The Wall Street Journal's Peter Nicholas discusses White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's upcoming departure and what that means for stability among President Trump's senior staff.

8 min
Dec 7, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 7: Employers added 155 thousand jobs in November, a slower-than-expected pace. The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath says smaller job growth may be consistent with a stumbling stock market and an economy that's expected to slow.

8 min
Dec 7, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 7: House Democrats say drugmakers have used savings from tax cuts for things like stock buybacks, instead of for lowering drug prices. The Wall Street Journal's Peter Loftus says the lawmakers have threatened to hold hearings on the matter.

8 min
Dec 7, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 6: President Trump has criticized Fed Chair Jerome Powell for this year's interest rate increases, but Powell enjoys wide support from Congress for the hikes. More from the Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos.

10 min
Dec 6, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 6th: Was former President George H.W. Bush the last of his kind? The Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib says that question was called to mind during funeral services on Wednesday. Seib reflects on the life and legacy of the nation's 41st president.

9 min
Dec 5, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 5: The nation paused Wednesday to honor the late 41st president, George Herbert Walker Bush. At his state funeral in Washington, eulogies came from his son, former President George W. Bush and author Jon Meacham.

8 min
Dec 5, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 5th: Wednesday is a national day of mourning for the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush. Plus, the CEOs of Dick's Sporting Goods and Aetna talk about gun control, at the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council.

11 min
Dec 4, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 4th: Worries over a trade truce between the U.S. and China and the pace of economic growth led to a selloff in stocks. Plus, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush reflects on the legacy of his father, former President George H.W. Bush.

7 min
Dec 4, 2018
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A.M. Edition for December 4th: Independent films are having a tough time in China, with filmmakers reporting a slowdown. But it's hard to say just how much of it is due to trade. The Wall Street Journal's Julie Wernau has more details.

7 min
Dec 3, 2018
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P.M. Edition for December 3rd: The U.S. and China have brokered a truce on trade. But there are still plenty of obstacles to overcome to reach a more lasting agreement. The Wall Street Journal's Will Mauldin has the details.

8 min
Dec 3, 2018
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Former President George H.W. Bush, who passed away Friday at age 94, presided over a time of tumultuous economic and global events. Wall Street Journal chief economics commentator Greg Ip discusses the 41st U.S. president's legacy.

6 min
Nov 30, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 30: Marriott International says a data breach in its Starwood reservations system affected as many as 500 million customers. The Wall Street Journal's Aisha Al-Muslim says the hacked data included credit card information and passport numbers.

7 min
Nov 30, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 30th: A proposed change in federal regulations could mean your next home appraisal will be done by a computer, not a human being. The Wall Street Journal's Ryan Dezember has the details.

11 min
Nov 29, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 29th: Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleads guilty to lying to Congress. Plus, U.S. life expectancy falls as suicides and drug overdoses spike. The Wall Street Journal's Betsy McKay has more.

6 min
Nov 29, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 29th: Independent beauty companies -- and the celebrities and influencers who back them -- are forcing the $52 billion beauty industry to rethink its strategies in courting consumers. The Wall Street Journal's Jaewon Kang has the details.

8 min
Nov 28, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 28th: Less trade means less choice for consumers - especially when it comes to cars. The Wall Street Journal's Chief Economics Commentator Greg Ip has more details on how protracted trade battles are impacting consumers.

6 min
Nov 28, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 28th: The U.S. housing market, which makes up a sixth of the U.S. economy, has been a persistent weak spot. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto has more details on the factors at play, and what we can expect in the months ahead.

9 min
Nov 27, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 27: General Motors is cutting more than 14 thousand jobs and idling several North American plants. The Wall Street Journal's Mike Colias says GM, like other carmakers, is shifting away from unprofitable sedans to focus on SUVs and pickups.

8 min
Nov 27, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 27th: The United Parcel Service is putting billions of dollars worth of improvements to the test, as it prepares to handle hundreds of millions of deliveries this holiday season. The Wall Street Journal's Paul Ziobro has the details.

10 min
Nov 26, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 26th: Bitcoin is getting a vote of confidence in Ohio. Beginning this week, businesses will be able to register online, to use the cryptocurrency to pay their taxes. The Wall Street Journal's Paul Vigna has the details.

7 min
Nov 26, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 26: The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry previews the week's economic calendar. Highlights include minutes from the last Fed meeting, an update on third quarter economic growth and a report on income and spending.

8 min
Nov 23, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 23: The holiday shopping season is here. And with thousands of stores having closed this year, surviving retailers stand to benefit from displaced shoppers hunting for new places to buy gifts. More from the Wall Street Journal's Suzanne Kapner.

10 min
Nov 23, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 23rd: In addition to the technological challenges of bringing autonomous vehicles to the road, self-driving cars are also facing a lot of political backlash. The Wall Street Journal's Mike Colias has more on the concerns local politicians are voicing.

9 min
Nov 22, 2018
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Edition for November 22nd: Black Friday is getting a little more complicated for shoppers, even if they're doing their shopping from home. That's because retailers are rolling out even more pick-up and delivery options, to help them compete with Amazon. The Wall Street Journal's Khadeeja Safdar and Suzanne Kapner talk about changes to holiday shopping.

9 min
Nov 21, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 21: The Wall Street Journal says Amazon is working to persuade brick-and-mortar stores to accept Amazon Pay, its digital wallet. WSJ's AnnaMaria Andriotis says Amazon is going up against Apple in the mobile payments sector.

9 min
Nov 21, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 21st: The "Amazon Effect" is set to hit Long Island City, in Queens, New York, and Crystal City, in Northern Virginia, and real-estate firms are preparing for a real-estate boom. The Wall Street Journal's Keiko Morris has the details.

6 min
Nov 20, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 20: Retailers including Target and Best Buy reported strong sales for the latest quarter. But the Wall Street Journal's Khadeeja Safdar says retailers' profit margins have been dinged by factors such as rising investments.

8 min
Nov 20, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 20th: With Facebook under increasing pressure, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has adopted a more aggressive style. But that's creating internal tensions at the company. The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman has the details.

7 min
Nov 19, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 19th: Apple is facing lower-than-expected demand for its new iPhones, and that's causing trouble along the company's supply chain, with suppliers having to adjust their business. The Wall Street Journal's Tripp Mickle has the details.

9 min
Nov 19, 2018
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Thanksgiving week brings a light economic calendar. But we will see some data on housing, durable goods orders, and consumer sentiment. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney has the details.

6 min
Nov 16, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 16th: Some college football fans are struggling with a change in the nation's tax code that no longer allows them to write-off the bulk of their season-ticket costs. The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman has more on the changes.

7 min
Nov 16, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 16th: A fight is brewing between federal regulators and big tobacco, as the Food and Drug Administration moves forward with plans for a nationwide ban on menthol cigarettes. The Wall Street Journal's Jennifer Maloney has the details.

7 min
Nov 15, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 15th: The world's largest retailer has good news heading into the holiday season. Walmart posted strong sales in the third quarter, as we head into the busy shopping season. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Nassauer has the details.

6 min
Nov 15, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 15th: Morale is lower among Facebook employees, in what's been a difficult year for the company. Facebook has seen a sharp decline in its stock price, amid ongoing criticism. The Wall Street Journal's Kirsten Grind has the details.

10 min
Nov 14, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 14th: The Wall Street Journal has released its first-ever ranking of U.S. Airports - and Denver International Airport tops the list. WSJ Middle Seat Columnist Scott McCartney has the details on who tops the list - and who ended up at the bottom.

7 min
Nov 14, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 14th: Congress will have a record number of women next year. And advocates are hoping to build on that progress by sustaining the momentum of the midterms. The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook has more details.

8 min
Nov 13, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 13th: Amazon has named the homes of its new headquarters: Long Island City, in New York, and Arlington County's Crystal City neighborhood, in Virginia. The announcement Tuesday ends a more than yearlong public competition that drew 238 candidates from across the country. The Wall Street Journal's Keiko Morris has the details.

8 min
Nov 13, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 13th: A split Congress returns to Washington this week with a full agenda. First up: agreeing on a spending bill to avoid a partial government shutdown on December 8th. The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson has the details.

8 min
Nov 12, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 12th: Firefighters in California are still battling two deadly wildfires - the Camp Fire and the Woolsey Fire. The Wall Street Journal's Erin Ailworth has more details on the damage and the challenges of bringing the fires under control.

6 min
Nov 12, 2018
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The economic calendar picks up after Veterans Day on Monday, with the consumer price index, retail sales, and industrial production data on tap. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn has the details.

9 min
Nov 9, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 9: A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration's permit to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The Wall Street Journal's Miguel Bustillo says this raises questions about whether Keystone XL will ever be built.

7 min
Nov 9, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 9th: McDonald's is getting caught in the middle of tensions between the U.S. and Russia. But its solution there, so far, is using more local suppliers, and launching a new marketing campaign. The Wall Street Journal's Thomas Grove has more.

8 min
Nov 8, 2018
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P.M. Edition for November 8th: A split Congress will have several issues to wrangle with, including U.S. trade policy. And Democrats taking the House majority - and demanding concessions - could complicate those efforts. The Wall Street Journal's William Mauldin explains.

8 min
Nov 8, 2018
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A.M. Edition for November 8: Now that Democrats will control the House, Trump and Republicans will likely find it harder to enact policies on issues such as trade and taxes. More from the Wall Street Journal's Chester Dawson.

13 min
Nov 7, 2018
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Election Insights: Executive Washington editor Gerald Seib analyzes the midterm elections that saw Democrats win control of the House. He discusses how the relationship between Democrats and President Trump could play out.

12 min
Nov 7, 2018
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The midterm elections have resulted in a split Congress, with Democrats taking control of the House and Republicans maintaining control of the Senate. The Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews, Shelby Holliday, and Byron Tau have analysis and discuss what comes next.

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