Pfizer, BioNTech Race to Meet Global Covid-19 Vaccine Needs
Both companies said they are confident they will be able to deliver all the doses they have already agreed to provide to governments, including the U.S. and the European Union.
FCC to Review Liability Shield for Internet Platforms
The procedure is a step toward the Trump administration's goal of combating what it views as anticonservative bias in social-media platforms' content-moderation practices.
Business Groups Urge Trump to Withdraw Order on Diversity Training
More than 150 business and nonprofit groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, are asking President Trump to withdraw his executive order that puts a limit on some diversity training.
Trump Organization Considers Sale of Its Seven Springs Property
The Trump Organization is considering selling its sprawling Westchester, N.Y., estate, according to people familiar with the matter, after years of unsuccessful development attempts.
YouTube Becomes Latest Tech Giant to Curb QAnon
YouTube took action against the conspiracy group QAnon, banning videos that call for violence, following the lead of social-media companies that have cracked down on such content.
Senate to Subpoena Twitter CEO Over Blocking of Disputed Biden Articles
GOP senators said the Judiciary Committee would subpoena Jack Dorsey after his social-media company limited sharing of New York Post articles about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son.
Morgan Stanley Profit, Revenue Rise
The Wall Street firm said its quarterly profit rose 25% from a year ago, another big U.S. bank to skate unscathed through the rockiest economy in years. Trading revenue increased 20%, following the trend at rivals.
NBC Actors, Producers Protest Trump Town Hall
The group of more than 100 are protesting NBC News's decision to carry a town hall meeting with President Trump opposite a previously scheduled Joe Biden town hall on rival ABC News.
Facebook Has Made Lots of New Rules This Year. It Doesn't Always Enforce Them.
The social media giant has made a flurry of new rules designed to improve the discourse on its platforms. When users report content that breaks those rules, a test by The Wall Street Journal found, the company often fails to enforce them.
Walgreens Profit Falls as U.K. Business Struggles
Retail sales at the Boots U.K. unit fell more than 29% in the latest quarter, with the pandemic reducing consumer visits at stores on major shopping streets, in train stations and in airports.
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