Some GE Factories Reject New Labor Deal
Workers at several General Electric factories voted against a new four-year contract, surprising the conglomerate and union leaders who had negotiated the agreement last month.
Levi Strauss Shares Fall on Smaller Profit, Second-Half Sales Outlook
Levi Strauss shares fell after the jeans maker said costs related to its IPO hurt profits in the latest quarter and that it expects sales growth to moderate.
U.K. Regulator on Why It Is Pursuing Record Fines Against BA, Marriott
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham said her office considered cybersecurity gaps, among other factors, in proposing that Marriott and British Airways' parent company pay the biggest fines to date under Europe's data-privacy laws.
No Turnaround in Sight for China Car Sales
Chinese auto sales fell for the 12th straight month in June, rounding out a brutal year as the market suffers its first protracted slowdown after decades of growth, with U.S. makers among the hardest-hit.
Big Tech Is a Likely Target at White House Social-Media Summit
A "Social Media Summit" at the White House this week will offer a platform for Trump supporters who say they face censorship by left-tilting Big Tech-and a preview of a likely re-election theme for the president.
Newbies Pay $15 Million for TV Episode to Stand Out in Packed Streaming Market
As Walt Disney, AT&T's WarnerMedia and Apple prepare to enter the crowded streaming-entertainment market, they are racing to stand out with eye-catching shows that cost as much for a season as a big-budget movie.
Airbus Poised to Overtake Boeing as Biggest Plane Maker
Boeing said its commercial-jetliner deliveries fell by more than a third in the first half from a year earlier, as 737 MAX aircraft continue to pile up at its facilities.
Doctor Visits Could Provide Relief to Uber and Lyft
Ride-hailers are attempting to reach elderly and low-income riders through health-care providers, but it is unclear how big the opportunity is.
Ross Spells Out Reprieve for Huawei
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the U.S. would grant licenses to American companies that want to sell technology to Huawei Technologies as long as the sales wouldn't put national security at risk, expanding on a pledge made last month by President Trump to Chinese President Xi.
Deutsche Bank Shares Continue to Fall
Deutsche Bank AG shares slid a second day as investors and analysts questioned the German lender's growth projections and management's grip on restructuring.