Friday, 20 November, 2020

Business & Finance News – Wall Street Journal


Google Curbs Political Debate by Employees

Google tightened its guidelines on how employees communicate about politics and topics not related to work, in a major shift for a company that has long prided itself on open debate.

U.S. Appeals Court Freezes Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm

U.S. Appeals Court Freezes Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm

A federal appeals court halted for now a ruling that found Qualcomm committed an array of antitrust violations, a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the near future.

Disney Enlists Superfans as It Prepares to Face Off Against Netflix

Disney Enlists Superfans as It Prepares to Face Off Against Netflix

Disney’s high-profile attempt to compete in streaming was center stage at D23, where a slew of new shows and movies for Disney+ was announced and fans were offered a three-year deal for the service at a deep discount.

Amazon Has Ceded Control of Its Site. The Result: Thousands of Banned, Unsafe or Mislabeled Products

Amazon Has Ceded Control of Its Site. The Result: Thousands of Banned, Unsafe or Mislabeled Products

Just like other tech companies that have struggled to tackle misinformation on their platforms, Amazon has proven unable or unwilling to effectively police third-party sellers on its site. A Wall Street Journal investigation found 4,152 items declared unsafe by federal agencies, deceptively labeled or banned by federal regulators.

The Hidden Safety Risks of Your Amazon Order

Joanna Stern on How to Safety-Proof Your Order

How the Journal Analyzed Amazon Listings

The Atlantic, Propped Up by Laurene Powell Jobs, Charts New Course

The Atlantic, Propped Up by Laurene Powell Jobs, Charts New Course

The Atlantic magazine, which has beefed up its staff and expanded its coverage in the past 18 months, faces a test when it launches a new paywall strategy sometime after Labor Day.

Taylor Swift to Streaming Services: Look What You Made Me Do

Taylor Swift to Streaming Services: Look What You Made Me Do

Sinclair Eyes More Regional Sports Networks as Disney Deal Closes

Sinclair Eyes More Regional Sports Networks as Disney Deal Closes

Book Publishers Sue Amazon’s Audible to Block Coming Audiobook Captioning Service

Book Publishers Sue Amazon’s Audible to Block Coming Audiobook Captioning Service

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