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Uber Posts Higher Revenue and Adjusted Profit

The ride-hailing company beat Wall Street estimates and projected accelerated bookings growth....

Microsoft's Activision Deal Handed Setback by U.K. Regulator

Potential deal would harm gamers, U.K.’s Competition and Markets Authority said, and remedies could include divesting of Activision’s publishing and Blizzard Entertainment units....

Warner Bros. Discovery to Keep Discovery+, in Strategy Shift

The decision reflects concerns that some Discovery+ subscribers might not want to move to a bigger and pricier platform....

CVS Reaches $10.6 Billion Deal to Buy Oak Street Health

The all-cash deal would widen CVS’s healthcare offerings and is the latest sign of the growing tie-ups between health insurers and primary-care doctors....

Beyoncé's Clothing Line With Adidas Suffers From Weak Sales

Revenue from the singer’s Ivy Park brand fell more than 50% last year and has been running below internal projections, documents show....

Big Tech's Growth and Innovation Slow, But Its Market Dominance Endures

The top U.S. technology companies are no longer big, fast-growing and ferociously innovative. Their market positions still look durable....

New White House Wage Data Show Slowing Pressure on 'Supercore' Inflation

The narrowed gauge tracks only wages linked to services excluding housing, food and energy....

Biden to Push Economic Message After State of the Union Speech

President Biden is taking the economic pitch he delivered during his address on the road, as some GOP lawmakers face criticism for heckling him....

Transcript: Q&A With New York Fed's John Williams at WSJ CFO Network Summit

New York Fed President John Williams discussed the outlook for the labor market, inflation and interest rates during a live interview at WSJ’s CFO Network Summit....

Treasury Says Cloud Computing Poses Risks to Financial Sector

The department says reliance on Amazon, Microsoft or Google would have consequences in case of technical breakdowns....