U.S. Consumer Sentiment Rose in Early June
U.S. household confidence rose in the beginning of June, driven by Americans’ more favorable view of their current economic situation.
U.S. Industrial Production Unexpectedly Declined in May
U.S. industrial production ended three straight months of growth in May with an unexpected decline due in part to the fire at a major Ford supplier.
China Stung by U.S. Tariffs, Promises to Respond in Kind
Beijing said it would retaliate immediately after the Trump administration said it will move ahead with tariffs on $50 billion of goods from...
Kellogg Recalls Honey Smacks Cereal on Salmonella Concerns
Kellogg is recalling some Honey Smacks cereal after federal health regulators linked the product to salmonella-related illnesses in several states.
A Scooter Gold Rush in Silicon Valley
Venture capital pour into the hottest thing on two wheels, with startups setting speed records in becoming unicorns and cities trying to limit...
Behind the Scenes at G-7 Meetings, Allies Dismayed by Trump's Jabs
Prospects for compromise between the U.S. and its economic allies have dimmed in the wake of a dramatic blow-up last week at Group of Seven...
Wage Growth Boosts ECB Confidence on Inflation Target
Eurozone wages rose at a faster pace during the three months through March, boosting confidence among the ECB’s policy makers that they are set to...
AT&T's Ambitious Plan to Take on Facebook and Google for Ad Dollars
AT&T has barely scratched the surface of how its wireless data can help in TV ad targeting, and it has very little commercial space to sell.
Why 5G Leader Huawei Could Get Shut Out of A Major Rollout
Australia is looking at barring Huawei from taking part in the introduction of new 5G telecommunications infrastructure, which would deal a blow to...
iPhone X-Pensive: Apple Looks to Keep Phones With Cheaper Displays
Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays more than analysts had expected, showing...
Glencore to Resume Payments to Israeli Billionaire Gertler Despite U.S. Sanctions
Swiss mining giant Glencore said it would resume multimillion-dollar payments to a former business partner sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury...
Why Railroads Are Making Freight Trains Longer and Longer
Pressure from investors and competition from trucking are driving railroad operators to add cars to freight trains to improve efficiency and cut...