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Supply Shortage Tests Hospitals

Wall Street Journal - Sun, 2018-01-07 22:41
Supply Shortage Tests Hospitals

U.S. hospitals face a nationwide shortage of intravenous bags just as flu cases accelerate, forcing many to use more time-consuming ways to administer drugs and to weigh a halt on elective procedures and clinical trials.

Supply Shortage Tests Hospitals

U.S. hospitals face a nationwide shortage of intravenous bags just as flu cases accelerate, forcing many to use more time-consuming ways to administer drugs and to weigh a halt on elective procedures and clinical trials.

Categories: Business

Bannon Works to Mend Rift Over Book

Wall Street Journal - Sun, 2018-01-07 22:41
Bannon Works to Mend Rift Over Book

Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon on Sunday sought to mend fences with the White House after nearly a week of bitter exchanges over comments he made in a new book about the president and his closest advisers.

Bannon Works to Mend Rift Over Book

Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon on Sunday sought to mend fences with the White House after nearly a week of bitter exchanges over comments he made in a new book about the president and his closest advisers.

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Investors Prod Apple On Child iPhone Use

Wall Street Journal - Sun, 2018-01-07 22:40
Investors Prod Apple On Child iPhone Use

The iPhone has made Apple Inc. and Wall Street hundreds of billions of dollars. Now some big shareholders are asking at what cost, in an unusual campaign to make the company more socially responsible.

Investors Prod Apple On Child iPhone Use

The iPhone has made Apple Inc. and Wall Street hundreds of billions of dollars. Now some big shareholders are asking at what cost, in an unusual campaign to make the company more socially responsible.

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Things Go Better With Coke, Laxative Edition

Wall Street Journal - Sun, 2018-01-07 22:40
Things Go Better With Coke, Laxative Edition

TOKYO—In a country where grilled fish is a breakfast food and many think the stinkiest soybeans are the tastiest, it stands to reason Coke is now a health drink.

Things Go Better With Coke, Laxative Edition

TOKYO—In a country where grilled fish is a breakfast food and many think the stinkiest soybeans are the tastiest, it stands to reason Coke is now a health drink.

Categories: Business

What's News: Business & Finance

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 22:57
The pace of hiring slowed a bit in the final month of 2017, but remained robust for the year as a whole and the jobless rate held at a 17-year low.
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What's News: World-Wide

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 22:57
The Trump administration is asking Congress for nearly $18 billion to construct more than 700 miles of new and replacement barriers along the Southwest border.
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Lateness Bedevils Apple CEO Cook

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 21:16
As Apple Inc.’s longtime chief operating officer, Tim Cook was known for ensuring that new products hit the market on schedule.
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Google Searches, but Can't Find Its Own Bikes

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 21:16
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—Google built a massive business organizing the world’s information, but it’s struggling to keep track of its own bicycles.
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Why U.S. Grew Wary Of Kaspersky's Software

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 21:16
Eugene Kaspersky was late for his own dinner party.
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Trump Wants $18 Billion for Wall

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 21:16
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is asking Congress for nearly $18 billion to construct more than 700 miles of new and replacement barriers along the Southwest border, its most detailed description yet of the president’s vision of a wall separating the U.S. from Mexico.
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Jobs Notch Another Robust Year

Wall Street Journal - Fri, 2018-01-05 21:16
WASHINGTON—The pace of hiring slowed a bit in the final month of 2017, but remained robust for the year as a whole and the jobless rate held at a 17-year low, signs the broader labor market maintained plenty of momentum going into the new year.
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Dow Hurtles Past 25000 to Record

Wall Street Journal - Thu, 2018-01-04 21:09
Dow Hurtles Past 25000 to Record

The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged past 25000 for the first time Thursday, the index’s fastest run to a fresh 1,000-point milestone in history.

Dow Hurtles Past 25000 to Record

The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged past 25000 for the first time Thursday, the index’s fastest run to a fresh 1,000-point milestone in history.

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U.S. Reveals Oil Drilling Plan for Nation's Coasts

Wall Street Journal - Thu, 2018-01-04 21:09
U.S. Reveals Oil Drilling Plan for Nation’s Coasts

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration on Thursday proposed opening up nearly all the country’s offshore areas for oil and gas drilling, a move that would touch every coastal state, some that have been off limits to drillers for decades.

U.S. Reveals Oil Drilling Plan for Nation’s Coasts

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration on Thursday proposed opening up nearly all the country’s offshore areas for oil and gas drilling, a move that would touch every coastal state, some that have been off limits to drillers for decades.

Categories: Business

Many Investors Bailed Out Early

Wall Street Journal - Thu, 2018-01-04 21:09
Many Investors Bailed Out Early

One of the biggest surprises of the U.S. stock market’s relentless rally is how many individual investors have run away from it.

Many Investors Bailed Out Early

One of the biggest surprises of the U.S. stock market’s relentless rally is how many individual investors have run away from it.

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Intel Chased Chip Flaws for Months

Wall Street Journal - Thu, 2018-01-04 21:06
Intel Chased Chip Flaws for Months

The disclosure of security flaws in computer chips dealt Intel Corp. what seemed like a sudden crisis, but behind the scenes it and other tech companies and experts have been grappling with the problem for months.

Intel Chased Chip Flaws for Months

The disclosure of security flaws in computer chips dealt Intel Corp. what seemed like a sudden crisis, but behind the scenes it and other tech companies and experts have been grappling with the problem for months.

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Videogame Superstars Have Fans, Fortunes---and Baffled Parents

Wall Street Journal - Thu, 2018-01-04 21:06
Videogame Superstars Have Fans, Fortunes—and Baffled Parents

JD Higginbotham tried pulling the plug on his son Matthew’s round-the-clock gaming marathons several times.

Videogame Superstars Have Fans, Fortunes—and Baffled Parents

JD Higginbotham tried pulling the plug on his son Matthew’s round-the-clock gaming marathons several times.

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Threat of Tariffs Leaves U.S. Awash in Washers

Wall Street Journal - Wed, 2018-01-03 21:16
Threat of Tariffs Leaves U.S. Awash in Washers

Foreign makers of such products as washing machines and solar panels are ramping up shipments to the U.S. ahead of government decisions on whether to erect new barriers, trade data show.

Threat of Tariffs Leaves U.S. Awash in Washers

Foreign makers of such products as washing machines and solar panels are ramping up shipments to the U.S. ahead of government decisions on whether to erect new barriers, trade data show.

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Trump Rips Into Bannon Over Book

Wall Street Journal - Wed, 2018-01-03 21:16
Trump Rips Into Bannon Over Book

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump publicly repudiated Steve Bannon, his former senior strategist and onetime campaign chief, after a new book surfaced in which Mr. Bannon made scathing and highly personal criticisms of some of the president’s top advisers, including several family members.

Trump Rips Into Bannon Over Book

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump publicly repudiated Steve Bannon, his former senior strategist and onetime campaign chief, after a new book surfaced in which Mr. Bannon made scathing and highly personal criticisms of some of the president’s top advisers, including several family members.

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Keep Puffing! It's Only Been an Hour

Wall Street Journal - Wed, 2018-01-03 21:15
Keep Puffing! It’s Only Been an Hour

There have been plenty of famous cigar smokers. Winston Churchill, George Burns and Groucho Marx come to mind. There’s also Bill Hroncich.

Keep Puffing! It’s Only Been an Hour

There have been plenty of famous cigar smokers. Winston Churchill, George Burns and Groucho Marx come to mind. There’s also Bill Hroncich.

Categories: Business

The Cashless Society Has Finally Arrived---In China

Wall Street Journal - Wed, 2018-01-03 21:15
The Cashless Society Has Finally Arrived—In China

BEIJING—Soliciting handouts near a grocery store, Zhao Shenji, a slender man with shorn hair, made giving easy for Beijing residents accustomed to relying on their smartphones.

The Cashless Society Has Finally Arrived—In China

BEIJING—Soliciting handouts near a grocery store, Zhao Shenji, a slender man with shorn hair, made giving easy for Beijing residents accustomed to relying on their smartphones.

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