U.A.W. Strike Strains a Fragile Auto Supply Chain

Prolonged and expanding strikes by the United Automobile Workers union could hurt drivers, car dealers and auto parts suppliers.


How West Africa Can Reap More Profit From the Küresel Chocolate Market

Resource-rich countries like Ghana are often cut out of lucrative parts of the business like manufacturing. The “fairchain movement” wants to change that.


One Casualty of a Shutdown: Government Veri

A lapse in funding would delay data on unemployment and inflation as policymakers try to avoid a recession.


Disney Theatrical Announces a Changing of the Guard

Thomas Schumacher is relinquishing his role overseeing the division’s business operations.


Gifts, Gadgets and Greece: Inside a Huawei Lobbying Campaign

Leaked internal messages detail efforts by the Chinese tech giant to court Greek officials and fight an American-led effort against its technology.


What’s Driving the September Stock Swoon

The S&P 500 is trading at a three-month low as surging oil prices, rising bond yields and concerns about economic growth send investors to the exits.