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Twitter, Tesla, Neuralink, SpaceX: A Week Running on Musk Time
The busy entrepreneur?s propensity for ambitious, fuzzy deadlines?familiar to followers of his companies?is now on display at the social-media platform.
Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China
Burned by Covid-19 lockdowns and worker protests at Foxconn plants, the iPhone maker is looking to further diversify the supply chain that has powered its growth.
Iger's Return Opens Door for Florida to Consider Restoring Disney's Tax Privileges
A Florida lawmaker said Robert Iger?s return as Disney CEO has boosted the prospects that the state could work out a new deal with the entertainment company.
Employers Try to Hold Line on Wages, With Mixed Success
Vacancies and job-hopping are down, and some pay indicators have cooled, but a pickup in hourly earnings in November shows workers still have leverage.
Billions in Covid Aid Went to Hospitals That Didn't Need It
The federal funds benefited some well-off medical systems but weren?t enough for many that were struggling to provide pandemic care, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis; ?We sorely needed that money.?
OPEC+ Keeps Oil Curbs Despite Russia Price Cap
OPEC+ agreed to stick to its oil output targets two days after the Group of Seven nations agreed to a price cap on Russian oil, delegates said.
Rail Strike Threat Reveals Supply-Chain Risks to Economy
The threat of a railroad strike this month revealed potential new risks of supply-chain disruptions just as pandemic-era bottlenecks were fading.†