J&J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots
Officials decided behind the scenes that strong action was needed to alert the public and doctors to unusual cases and their nonstandard treatment.
Fatal Tesla Crash in Texas Believed to Be Driverless
Two men died after a Tesla vehicle that authorities believe was operating without anyone in the driver's seat crashed into a tree Saturday night north of Houston.
BP Aims to Stop Flaring Gas in America's Top Oil Field
The U.K. oil giant burns off more unwanted natural gas than its peers in the Permian Basin, but it is now investing heavily to phase out the controversial practice.
Orocobre, Galaxy to Create New $3.06 Billion Lithium Miner
Orocobre Ltd. agreed to buy rival Australian miner Galaxy Resources Ltd. in an all-stock deal that will create one of the world's biggest producers of lithium, a commodity used in batteries for electric vehicles and other high-tech products.
Hotel Magnate Seeks Help to Save Tribune Publishing Bid After Partner's Withdrawal
Choice Hotels International Chairman Stewart Bainum remains committed to finding ways to move ahead with a plan to outbid hedge fund Alden Global Capital for the newspaper company.
Drugmakers Go on Trial Over Opioid Epidemic
Four pharmaceutical companies are slated to go on trial Monday in California over claims they fed the opioid crisis, in a proceeding that could help finalize multibillion-dollar settlements with state and local governments.
WeWork's New Stock-Listing Plan Has Echoes of Its Past
The shared office-space company is touting fast future growth and high profitability, similar to the approach that concerned regulators the first time it tried to go public.
Naspers Has a $100 Billion Headache
Africa's largest-listed company is struggling with a remarkably successful investment it made years ago in Tencent-that is, how to unlock value for shareholders without cashing out on one of the world's biggest tech companies.
Netflix Is Chill About Pandemic's End
The streaming company faces tough comparisons with its pandemic surge, but dislodging it from the top position will still be hard.
Oaktree Offers to Finance Buy Back of James Packer's Crown Shares
Australian casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd. said it received a proposal from Oaktree Capital Management to finance a buy back of Crown shares that are currently held by billionaire James Packer's investment firm.
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