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Face Masks Are Again in Short Supply as Covid-19 Cases Surge

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A surge of Covid-19 cases and stockpiling of N95 masks in much of the country have...

Drugmakers Overhaul the Sales Pitch Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns

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Drug-company sales representatives, grounded by the coronavirus pandemic, are blasting out emails and hosting video calls to pitch new...

WSJ News Exclusive | Google, Facebook and Twitter Suspend Review of Hong Kong Requests...

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HONG KONG—Google, Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. are among tech companies that have suspended processing requests for user data...

China, Once Germany’s Partner in Growth, Turns Into a Rival

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An informal partnership that kept Germany’s economy tethered to China’s for decades is unraveling, threatening Berlin’s—and Europe’s—post-pandemic...

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Says He Will Resign From Board of Alibaba

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TOKYO—SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said Thursday that he is stepping down from the board of Chinese...

Generic Drugmaker Gets Contract to Make Covid-19 Medicines in U.S.

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A new generic drugmaker said it was awarded $354 million in federal funding to make prescription drugs and their...

Consumer Spending Likely Grew in July as Labor Market Improved

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U.S. consumer spending likely rose in July as the labor market continued to add jobs, although economists...

PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in Fires as It Nears Bankruptcy Exit

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PG&E Corp. pleaded guilty to 84 counts of manslaughter for its role in sparking California’s deadliest wildfire, on...

Apple’s $15 Billion Tax Battle Resumes in Europe

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BRUSSELS— Apple Inc.’s ...

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