Thousands of Bottles, Cups for Toddlers Recalled Over Lead Poisoning Risk
Green Sprouts recalled 10,500 products after learning the base could detach and expose a piece containing lead.
Bahamian Attorney General Defends Handling of FTX Collapse
Island nation's leaders are under pressure after encouraging cryptocurrency companies to do business there in recent years.
Disney's Robert Iger Faces Troubled Animation Market
"Strange World," the entertainment company's latest release, becomes its second straight animated flop, after "Lightyear."
Adidas Top Executives Discussed Risk of Staff's 'Direct Exposure' to Kanye West Years Ago
The sneaker giant said it would investigate workplace complaints, years after employees and business-unit leaders raised concerns to top executives in Germany, people familiar with the matter say.
Venezuelan Oil Will Take a Long Time to Reach Markets, Despite New Chevron License
Before returning to Venezuela, Chevron must collect debt, repair equipment and bolster its workforce.
Rain, Wind Slow Otherwise Smooth Thanksgiving Travel
TSA projects that more than 2.5 million people could pass through U.S. airports Sunday.
World's Top-Selling Drug Going Off Patent Means Big Bucks for Middlemen
As AbbVie's Humira faces copycat biologics, the biggest beneficiaries will be the middlemen negotiating and dispensing the drugs such as Cigna and CVS.
'Knives Out' Sequel Delivers in Theaters for Streaming Giant Netflix
Strong showing for "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" could bolster argument for some theatrical release for streamers' movies.
Exxon Mobil Has a Potash Problem in the Permian Basin
The oil giant shares a chunk of New Mexico land with mining companies, which makes drilling there a challenge.
Taylor Swift Concert-Ticket Mess Draws Scrutiny of the Live Nation-Ticketmaster Tie Up
Legal experts question whether unwinding the 2010 merger would address the problems raised by lawmakers and fans.
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