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U.S. Farmers Welcome New Trade Pact With Mexico, Canada

U.S. Farmers Welcome New Trade Pact With Mexico, Canada

Farmers and agribusinesses welcomed the agreement on a new North American trade pact, easing fears that the Trump administration’s tough negotiating strategy could deepen economic struggles in the U.S. heartland.

Published 2 months ago

Pfizer CEO Read to Step Aside at Year’s End

Pfizer CEO Read to Step Aside at Year’s End

Ian Read plans to step aside as Pfizer’s chief executive after eight years helming one of the world’s biggest drug makers.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Stocks Widen Lead Over Rest of the World

U.S. Stocks Widen Lead Over Rest of the World

U.S. stocks are trading at their highest premiums to international shares in years, reflecting bets among investors that the domestic economy will keep powering past its peers around the world.

Published 2 months ago

This Gene-Edited Calf Could Transform Brazil's Beef Industry

This Gene-Edited Calf Could Transform Brazil's Beef Industry

Gene-edited beef could be coming to dinner plates around the globe. In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ's Jason Bellini travels to Brazil to meet the world's first cow that’s been engineered for warmer climates. Photo: Brian Wengrofsky

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M.B.A. Applications Keep Falling in U.S., This Year Hitting Even Elite Schools

M.B.A. Applications Keep Falling in U.S., This Year Hitting Even Elite Schools

Applications to American M.B.A. programs dropped for a fourth straight year, with even elite universities starting to show signs of struggling to lure young professionals out of the strong job market.

Published 2 months ago

Nobel Medicine Prize Awarded to American, Japanese Scientists for Cancer Work

Nobel Medicine Prize Awarded to American, Japanese Scientists for Cancer Work

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for discoveries that enabled them to develop a revolutionary cancer therapy that trains the body’s immune system to target tumors.

Published 2 months ago

How is Donald Trump’s USMCA trade deal different from Nafta?

How is Donald Trump’s USMCA trade deal different from Nafta?

Rules of origin, wages and sunset clause feature in pact with Canada and Mexico

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GE Names New CEO, Replacing John Flannery

GE Names New CEO, Replacing John Flannery

General Electric said it was replacing Chief Executive John Flannery after about a year in the job as the conglomerate’s profit and cash flow struggles worsen.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. and Canada Reach Nafta Deal

U.S. and Canada Reach Nafta Deal

The U.S. and Canada reached a dramatic, last-minute deal on revising the North American Free Trade Agreement, lifting a cloud of uncertainty over the quarter-century-old continental commercial bloc.

Published 2 months ago

Pfizer CEO Read to Step Aside at Year’s End

Pfizer CEO Read to Step Aside at Year’s End

Ian Read plans to step aside as Pfizer’s chief executive after eight years helming one of the world’s biggest drug makers.

Published 2 months ago

Scope of FBI’s Kavanaugh Probe Reignites Tensions

Scope of FBI’s Kavanaugh Probe Reignites Tensions

A political cease-fire achieved by a further FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh evaporated over the weekend, as the White House fended off accusations it had placed overly restrictive limitations on the probe of its Supreme Court nominee.

Published 2 months ago

On Iran, White House Criticism Grows, but U.S. Military Posture Recedes

On Iran, White House Criticism Grows, but U.S. Military Posture Recedes

President Trump has criticized what he calls the growing threat from the Islamic Republic. But the American military is shifting air and sea power away from that region.

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Tesla Braces for Uncertainty Amid Shift in Elon Musk’s Role

Tesla Braces for Uncertainty Amid Shift in Elon Musk’s Role

Elon Musk’s removal as chairman of Tesla potentially weakens his grip, as investors hope a remade board will help the entrepreneur focus on solving production problems that have threatened to stymie the car maker’s move into the mainstream.

Published 2 months ago

Nobel Medicine Prize Awarded to American, Japanese Scientists for Cancer Work

Nobel Medicine Prize Awarded to American, Japanese Scientists for Cancer Work

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for discoveries that enabled them to develop a revolutionary cancer therapy that trains the body’s immune system to target tumors.

Published 2 months ago

Red Ink Floods IPO Market

Red Ink Floods IPO Market

Stock investors are welcoming money-losing companies into the public markets with open arms: A record 80% of U.S.-listed IPOs this year were money-losing leading up to their debut.

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