Carlos Ghosn, Stuck in Beirut, Says He’s Ready for Questioning by French Investigators

In an interview, the fugitive ex-auto executive said he has been preparing for a voluntary meeting with French authorities through hourslong sessions with his lawyers—while hiking with friends in the mountains around Beirut and playing online bridge.

Meatpacking Industry Faces Overhaul Push in Washington

The push by lawmakers and regulators follows complaints about meat companies’...

Netflix Strikes Deal With Filmmaker Spielberg

Steven Spielberg’s production company, Amblin Partners, will make new films for...

Work Flexibility Is Hardly a Holy Grail

Surveys show many Americans aren’t eager to return to the office,...

Court Revives Challenge to California Mandate on Women Board Members

A federal appeals court said a shareholder may sue the state...