Credit card losses are rising at the fastest pace since the Great Financial Crisis
New Jersey Gov. Murphy, Assembly speaker call on Sen. Bob Menendez to resign
Biden will travel to Michigan to ‘join the picket line' with UAW workers on strike
New York is a tech startup hotbed after almost a decade-long run of IPOs
Scooter company Bird delisted from NYSE after stock collapse, will trade over the counter
CDC recommends Pfizer maternal RSV vaccine to protect infants, paving way for fall availability
McDonald's to raise royalty fees for new franchised restaurants for first time in nearly 30 years
Apple CEO Tim Cook appears in New York to celebrate iPhone 15 release
More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers threaten strike if labor agreement not reached
Amazon is bringing ads to Prime Video - the ad-free option will cost an extra $2.99 a month
Bill Gates: 'Republicans for climate change action are gold'
Cramer's week ahead: Earnings from Costco, Paychex and Accenture
Vitalik Buterin, the man behind ethereum, talks crypto and the U.S. crackdown
UAW targets 38 facilities at GM and Stellantis for expanded strikes, skips Ford
Two key Fed officials express support for keeping interest rates high
UAW strikes could make 2023 the biggest year for labor activity in nearly four decades
Corporations say they have a new No. 1 risk, and they're spending big to defeat it
Social Security benefits may be cut by at least 20% in the next decade. Here's how Congress may fix that
Automakers question UAW's strike motives after leaked 'chaos' messages
SEC slaps Citadel Securities LLC with $7 million fine to settle short selling charges
Here's how much you will need to save to retire with $1 million if your annual salary is $80,000
Our takes on new Wall Street research analyzing 4 Club consumer stocks
Could the United Auto Workers strike affect car prices? 'Inevitably yes,' expert says
SEC fines Goldman Sachs $6 million over inaccurate, incomplete trading information
Passport delays are still long: Apply at least 6 months ahead of travel, says State Department
Russia's indefinite ban on diesel exports threatens to aggravate a global shortage
United Auto Workers files labor complaint against Sen. Tim Scott for saying striking workers should be fired
'I don't care': 'Sportswashing' comments from Saudi crown prince spark anger from rights groups
Jim Cramer says Tesla will have a 'substantial rally' if it can prove Wall Street wrong
Where key issues stand as UAW closes in on extended strikes against GM, Ford and Stellantis

CBC Business

Manufacturers say American autoworker strike could idle Canadian supplier plants
These authors say Open AI stole their books to train ChatGPT. Now they're suing
Amazon to move to default ad-tier model for Prime Video
If you don't like inflation, you'll hate deflation
Growing number of forecasts predict oil will reach $100 US this fall
Rupert Murdoch steps down as chair of Fox, News Corp.
Cisco to buy cybersecurity company Splunk for $28B
Adidas CEO tries to downplay Kanye West's antisemitic remarks last year
BioSteel creditors list shows pro teams, leagues and athletes owed millions
U.S. Fed holds benchmark interest rate steady - but hints another hike is coming
Unifor and Ford reach tentative deal, averting strike
How Canadian ammonia could help keep the lights on in Japan
Canada's inflation rate increases to 4%
David Sobey, who helped transform Sobeys into national grocery juggernaut, dead at 92
Saudis come to Calgary warning of the consequences of ditching oil
Unifor, Ford agree to extend talks past strike deadline
Why unions have had a 'summer of strikes'
Indigo founder Heather Reisman returns as CEO
BMO shutting down indirect retail auto finance business as bad debts mount
Can the free market ensure artificial intelligence won't wipe out human workers?

WSJ Market News

The Hedge Fund Meltdown That Rescued Your Stock Portfolio
Higher for Longer Interest Rates Threaten Fintech
The Score: Moderna, Splunk, Fox and More Stocks That Defined the Week
S&P 500 Drops for Third Straight Week
CFTC Rejects Bid to Launch Political Election-Betting Market
Football Is New Life for Electronic Arts
The Furious Race for the Future of Coffee
When Rates Drop, They Usually Plunge. The Fed Thinks Different.
A Tax Break Worth the Hassles
Higher Rates Are Supercharging Japan's Banks
An Insurance Regulator Asked for a Favor. It Cost a Senior Executive His Job.
China's Economic Worries Spur a Different Kind of Shopping Spree
How U.S. Households Got Turned Upside Down by Higher Interest Rates
Rising Bond Yields, Interest-Rate Worries Drag Stocks Lower
How Olive Garden Keeps Blooming
New Student-Loan Plan Promises to Lower Payments. Should You Switch to SAVE?
How China Could Veto $100 Oil
This Cancer Therapy is Lifesaving, but There Isn't Enough of It
Crypto Firms Are Looking Outside the U.S. for Growth
Tether Is Lending Its Stablecoins Again

WSJ U.S. Business

Amazon's New Challenge: Bargain Retailers That Are Playing a Different Game
Amazon to Put Ads in Prime Video Shows and Movies
UAW Strikes at More GM and Stellantis Sites, but Spares Ford
When a Congressman Challenged Disney on China, It Laid Off Beijing Staff
Cisco to Buy Cybersecurity Company Splunk in $28 Billion Cash Deal
WWE's 'SmackDown' to Move to NBCUniversal's USA From Fox
The Billionaire Keeping TikTok on Phones in the U.S.

WSJ Opinion

The Harassment of Elon Musk
A Law That Isn't Red or Blue---and Sure Isn't Green
The Biden-Schumer Military-Promotion Blockade
KIPP Gets Children Into College
The Senator's Shorts and America's Decline
Wall Street and the Fed Are Both Wrong on Interest Rates
Robert Menendez and the Gold Bars
ProPublica Buries Its Clarence Thomas News
The Democrats' Deal With the Devil
Medicare's Organ Transplant Face Plant
Banning Gas Vehicles Isn't Popular
A Win for 'Champions of Children'
Mayor Eric Johnson: America's Cities Need Republicans, and I'm Becoming One
When a Venture Capitalist Met a Scholar
Bidenomics Is Keynesianism Without Constraints
The Punishing Tax Collectors of Oregon

WSJ World News

'Food & Fashion' Review: Exhibit of a Tailor-Made Tasting Menu
The Hedge Fund Meltdown That Rescued Your Stock Portfolio
Explore Our Other College Rankings
How a Meta Executive Strong-Arms Workouts Into Her Schedule
News Quiz for Sept. 23, 2023
The Latest Twists in the Tensions Between Elon Musk and Tim Cook
The Top U.S. Colleges That Make Their Graduates Richer
Three Tips for Car Buyers
A New Way to Protect Against Heart Attacks
The Glory Days of Bruce Springsteen, and Me
'Boss': From a Head Honcho in Dutch to a Rock Star in the U.S.A.
Fields Fortified by Russia Become Pivotal to Ukraine's Counteroffensive
Americans Don't Want Another Impeachment Fight
India's Clash With Canada Follows New Wave of Calls for Sikh Homeland
Five Clues to Where the UAW Strike Is Headed Next
China Evergrande is scrapping a $35 billion debt-restructuring plan designed to ensure the property developer's survival.
U.S. stock indexes edged lower Friday. The S&P 500 fell 0.2%, notching its third straight weekly loss. The Nasdaq and Dow lost 0.1% and 0.3%, respectively.
Warner Bros. Discovery is expanding its film studios in Watford, northwest of London, into the primary production hub for DC Studios.
U.K. authorities said in a preliminary decision that Microsoft's modified deal for Activision had resolved most of its antitrust concerns.
President Biden has told Zelensky that the U.S. is willing to provide advanced long-range, surface-to-surface missiles to help Kyiv with its counteroffensive.

BBC Business

UAW strike expands to dozens of sites at GM and Stellantis
Amazon Prime Video content to start including ads next year
Microsoft's new Call of Duty deal set for UK approval
Five things to know about Lachlan Murdoch
Chevron and unions agree to end Western Australia gas strikes
Rupert Murdoch steps down as Fox and News Corp chairman in favour of son Lachlan
Warner Bros to expand Barbie movie studios in UK
JPEX: Hong Kong investigates influencer-backed crypto exchange
UK interest rate freeze ends run of 14 straight increases
Japan's Toshiba set to end 74-year stock market history
Google accused of directing motorist to drive off collapsed bridge
Fed holds interest rates steady - for now
Slowing food prices drive surprise UK inflation fall
Fortnite: Parents in US offered refunds for game purchases
Car makers split on decision to delay petrol ban
Fukushima: China's seafood imports from Japan down 67% in August
FTX: 'King of Crypto' parents sued over missing millions
Despite risks fish farms are booming in Africa
Who is Rupert Murdoch?
Forget LA – it's British film studios that are in demand
The turbo-charged plants that could boost farm output
New tax divides India's booming computer games sector
The firms hoping to take psychedelic drugs mainstream
'I wasn't heard at meetings, so did something about it'
Robots are trained to help revive coral reefs
Google trial: US takes on tech giant in landmark case
Stopping the scammers who target online jobseekers
Urban oases combine roof gardens and solar panels
How AI may be a powerful tool in treating male infertility
Informatica boss: 'Introvert kid' to billion-dollar leader

Financial Post

Rising oil prices could lift airline prices: WestJet CEO
Canadian consumers are buying less but paying more
Alberta wants to leave the CPP: Can they do that and what does it mean for the rest of Canada?
Posthaste: Canadians cutting back to cope with inflation, but say some sacrifices go too far
Today's news: Ramp up in U.S. auto strike expected to affect Canadian parts producers
'Impossible' for Alberta to exit with half of CPP assets, pension fund official says
Posthaste: Ouch - variable-rate mortgages have cost Canadian homeowners big money
Today's news: Coastal GasLink fined $340,000 for erosion, sediment control issues
Proposed French language rules could become a 'nightmare' for Quebec's small businesses
Bank of Canada mulled rate hike in face of stubborn inflation


Hunt plans Isa overhaul to boost share ownership
Sunak considers move to ban smoking for next generation
Sunak's worthy A-level reforms held back by fantasies on tax
The west's Modi problem
Why Rishi Sunak thinks his net zero gamble will revive Tory prospects
Lessons from the LDI debacle
Crispin Odey faces first lawsuit over alleged sexual misconduct
How Crispin Odey evaded sexual assault allegations for decades
Biden to supply Kyiv with long-range ATACMS missiles after months of lobbying
Conservatives auction dinner with UK chancellor and golf with David Cameron
US dollar hits six-month high as markets accept new interest rate regime
Investors devour risky corporate debt in boost to LBO business
Raffles London and the new era of super-luxe hospitality
Lachlan Murdoch: now the leading man in a long-running family drama
An audience with Vanessa Redgrave
Winners don't do irony
Anna Wintour: ‘I just have to make sure things are being done right'
What is it about men and the Roman empire?
Dinner parties - an FT Magazine food and drink special
When it's time to dial down the volume
EU trade chief warns of ‘new areas of concern' in China relationship
Giorgio Napolitano, former president of Italy, dies aged 98
‘Armed groups, coca crops and death': how prices crashed for cocaine's raw material
Russia plans to increase spending by more than 25% next year
Russian state TV promotes new Tucker Carlson show
US senator Menendez indicted on federal bribery charges
Investors blocked from betting on US congressional elections by regulator
Battle of the Kurz movies: is Austria's ex-chancellor plotting a comeback?
HMRC boosts scrutiny of overseas accounts
US auto strike expands to 38 GM and Stellantis facilities

NY Times Biz

Rupert Murdoch's Retirement Raises the Curtain on His Next Act
U.A.W. Widens Strikes at G.M. and Stellantis, but Cites Progress in Ford Talks
For Many Big Food Companies, Emissions Head in the Wrong Direction
Real Estate Crisis Triggers New Alarms Over China's Shadow Banks
Microsoft-Activision Blizzard Deal: U.K. Agency Signals Approval
U.S. and China Agree to New Economic Dialogue Format
As Fed Battles Inflation, the Dollar Keeps Its Swagger
Why Car Insurance Costs Are Rising for New York Drivers
As DEI Gains Ground, Identifying as Religious at Work Does, Too
TV Networks' Last Best Hope: Boomers
Tyson and Perdue Are Facing Child Labor Investigations
Netflix Prepares to Send Its Final Red Envelope
Progress in Hollywood Writers' Strike Negotiations, but No Deal Yet
How Qantas Sullied Its Once-Mighty Brand in Australia
U.S. Issues Final Rules to Keep Chip Funds Out of China
Rethink on Rates Caps Bad Week on Wall Street
Amazon Prime Video Will Start Showing Commercials Next Year
André Bishop Will Depart as Head of Lincoln Center Theater
The Rising Costs of Owning a Car
Is Rupert Murdoch Really Moving on from Fox and News Corp?
Can Meat Made in a Lab Be Kosher or Halal? These Companies Hope So.
You've Got (Scam) Mail
Hollywood Writers' Strike: A Full Day of Negotiations But No Deal
U.S. Judge Denies States' Bid to Block Biden Rule on E.S.G.
Lachlan Murdoch's On-Again, Off-Again Relationship With the Family Business
FTC Sues Anesthesia Group Backed by Private Equity, Claiming Antitrust
Victor R. Fuchs, ‘Dean' of American Health Care Economists, Dies at 99
How Rupert Murdoch Built His Media Empire
Family of Man Who Drove Off Collapsed Bridge Says Google Maps Sent Him There
Federal Reserve Officials See Rates Staying High

NY Times Econ

U.S. Issues Final Rules to Keep Chip Funds Out of China
U.A.W. Widens Strikes at G.M. and Stellantis, but Cites Progress in Ford Talks
U.S. and China Agree to New Economic Dialogue Format
For Tesla and Musk, Auto Strike Carries Benefits and Risks
Defense Department Awards Chip Funding to Fuel Domestic Research
Ford Averts Auto Strike in Canada as UAW Talks in U.S. Inch Along
U.A.W. Threatens Strikes at More Plants
Disney Plans to Spend $60 Billion on Parks and Cruises
Fed Meeting: What to Expect on Interest Rates
Strike Is a High-Stakes Gamble for Autoworkers and the Labor Movement
U.S. National Debt Tops $33 Trillion for First Time
Can Ghana's Debt Trap of Crisis and Bailouts Be Stopped?
Some Businesses Make ‘Woke Free' a Selling Point
Battle Over Electric Vehicles Is Central to Auto Strike
Bernie Sanders Condemns Corporate Greed at U.A.W. Detroit Rally
The Strike Could Mean a Rise in Car Prices for Consumers
A Spirited Start to the U.A.W. Strike at a Ford Plant Near Detroit
U.A.W. Starts Strike Small, but Repercussions Could Prove Far-Reaching
Will Restart of Student Loan Payments Be the Last Straw for Consumers?
U.A.W. Expands Strikes at GM and Stellantis. Here's What to Know.


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