Burgers, Lipstick and Face Masks Fare Well: Earnings at a Glance
There is some life in the restaurant and retail trade after all, despite the pandemic.
Appeals Court Allows Dakota Access Pipeline to Continue Operating
A federal appeals court said the Dakota Access pipeline can continue carrying oil for now, a win for pipeline operator Energy Transfer and North Dakota oil producers.
States Call on Facebook to Launch Hate-Speech Hotline
Attorneys general for 19 states and the District of Columbia are calling on the social-media giant to take additional steps to combat harassment and hate speech on its platforms.
Teladoc Health Sets $18.5 Billion Acquisition
The provider of virtual-care services has agreed to buy Livongo Health, whose technology helps monitor and manage chronic conditions in patients.
Covid-19 Vaccine Makers Signal Prices
New details are emerging about how much drugmakers J&J and Moderna are charging for coronavirus vaccines, with prices spanning from several dollars a dose to more than $70 for a regimen.
Nick Khan Leaves Creative Artist Agency to Join World Wrestling Entertainment
World Wrestling Entertainment hired Nick Khan of Creative Artist Agency as its new president and chief revenue officer.
Lawmakers Seek Records on Planned Kodak Loan
Democrat-led congressional committees are seeking records from Eastman Kodak and the government office that announced a potential $765 million loan to the onetime photo giant, the latest sign of scrutiny on the company and its part in a plan to restore some domestic pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Barrick Gold Considers Switching Primary Stock Listing to NYSE
The Canadian mining company's CEO said shifting to New York from Toronto would be a way to reach more investors, though there are currently no plans to make the move.
Teva Pharmaceutical: Value at Last
As turmoil subsides at Teva Pharmaceutical, the shares are starting to look enticing.
Wayfair Posts Profit as Online Pandemic Shoppers Spend on Their Homes
Online furniture seller Wayfair turned a profit for the first time since going public in 2014, breaking a string of losses, as more house-bound online shoppers bought home goods during the pandemic.