CHICAGOInside a modified freightliner parked on Chicagos west side this week, technician Jill Jacobson fired two rounds from a black 9mm pistol into a machine designed to capture the unique markings …
Hiring gains are expected to have cooled in July, a sign of a slowing economic recovery as coronavirus cases rise. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal ahead of Fridays report from the Lab…
Connecticut manufacturing company Mott Corp. hired an urgent-care clinic in May to regularly test workers for Covid-19 to avoid workplace outbreaks and give workers peace of mind. The medical group a…
On his first day as CEO of a Washington, D.C., commercial real-estate company, John L. Ziegenhein turned to his wife over morning coffee and joked: How do I get to the office? In three months of int…
Beginning in March, when businesses across the country snapped off the lights and sent employees home to curb the spread of Covid-19, overall electricity consumption declined. But household energy u…
President Trump issued a pair of executive orders that would impose new limits on Chinese social-media apps TikTok and WeChat, escalating tensions with Beijing and effectively setting a 45-day deadli…
A decadelong boom in auto lending threatens to unravel as payment deferrals end while unemployment remains high and stimulus measures fade. Borrowing for cars, trucks and SUVs rose more than 90% in …
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. restated its second-quarter earnings lower Friday after reaching a $3.9 billion settlement with the government of Malaysia to resolve a long-running investigation into its wo…
CHICAGOInside a modified freightliner parked on Chicagos west side this week, technician Jill Jacobson fired two rounds from a black 9mm pistol into a machine designed to capture the unique markings …
Hiring gains are expected to have cooled in July, a sign of a slowing economic recovery as coronavirus cases rise. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal ahead of Fridays report from the Lab…