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Apple to Fall Short of Projected Revenue Due to Coronavirus

Apple became the first major U.S. company to say it won’t meet its revenue projections for the current quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak, which it said had limited iPhone production for world...

Gilead's Coronavirus Drug Trial Slowed by Lack of Eligible Recruits

Clinical trials in Wuhan to test Gilead Sciences’s antiviral drug, a promising remedy for the coronavirus, are going more slowly than hoped for as the drugmaker struggles to recruit qualified patie...

Walmart Posts Mixed Holiday Sales

Walmart reported sluggish holidays sales despite continued online gains, adding to a string of disappointments from traditional retailers as they adjust to changing shopping habits....

DuPont Replaces CEO Amid Struggle to Expand Sales

DuPont is bringing back as its chief executive Edward D. Breen, an architect of the megamerger and spinoff that left a smaller industrial-materials maker struggling to generate sales growth....

Dell Nears Deal to Sell RSA Security Business to Private-Equity Firm STG

Dell Technologies is nearing a deal to sell its RSA cybersecurity business to a private-equity firm for more than $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter....

Beijing's Soft Power Push on Global Tax

The little-known tax drive associated with China’s Belt and Road initiative could shape corporate tax rules around the world....

The Real Chinese Trade Spat Is About Engines, Not Soybeans

The U.S. could block a GE venture’s engine sales to China, showing that economic complexity is at the core of the conflict....

Japan's EconomyShrinks 6% as Sales-Tax Rise Cools Consumption

Following a dismal final quarter of 2019, Japan’s economy is facing the risk of a recession because the coronavirus outbreak is hurting tourism and production....

How High Should Government Debt Go? Economists Can't Agree

Economists warned a decade ago that pushing public debt above about 90% of gross domestic product could hurt growth. Now they aren’t so sure....

New Source of Climate Pressure for Companies: Workers

Investors and customers aren’t the only ones pressuring big companies to address climate change—employees are joining in too....