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GE Still Wrestles With a Big Problem: GE Capital

General Electric continues to work with bankers and advisers to determine the best way to proceed with GE Capital, the lending unit that nearly sank the company in the financial crisis. ...

Papa John's Founder Says Resignation Was a Mistake

Papa John’s International’s founder John Schnatter said “it was a mistake” to step down as chairman last week and is questioning how the board investigated his use of a racial slur. ...

Johnson & Johnson's Pharma Business Fuels Sales Growth

Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceuticals business helped drive sales growth at the company for the latest quarter, but the health-products giant’s U.S. consumer business continued to struggle....

U.S. Dealers See Foreign-Car Cost Rising an Average $5,800 Under Tariffs

Car sellers and industry analysts say consumers should expect higher prices on auto imports if President Donald Trump’s proposed 25% tariff on car imports is enacted. ...

UnitedHealth Raises Profit Outlook

UnitedHealth Group raised its full-year earnings outlook as the company continued to see growth in health-care plan membership and premiums. ...

Powell Says Fed Should Keep Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate panel strong economic growth and stable inflation should keep the central bank on track to gradually raise short-term interest rates....

Manufacturing Sector Hits a Sweet Spot

The manufacturing sector staged a quick turnaround in June after a fire at a pickup-truck supplier knocked output lower in May, extending a solid run of growth for U.S. industrial activity....

Without Better Training, U.S. Will Fall Short on Workers, Economists Say

White House economists have identified a potential stumbling block to maintaining the U.S. economy’s momentum: a lack of well-trained workers....

Japan, EU Sign Trade Deal: 'We Stand Together Against Protectionism'

The leaders of Japan and the European Union signed a deal to create one of the world’s largest liberalized trade zones, in contrast to disputes between the U.S. and several of its trading partners....

Labor Department Removes Rule Forcing Employers to Disclose Anti-Union Talks

The Labor Department is wiping an Obama-era rule off the books that sought to give labor unions and workers more insight into talks employers have with legal counsel about thwarting union organizin...