China Passes One of the World’s Strictest Data-Privacy Laws

China approved a sweeping privacy law that will curb wide-ranging data collection by technology companies, but that policy analysts say is unlikely to limit the state’s widespread use of surveillance in the country.

Biden’s Soft Infrastructure Agenda May Not Boost Growth

The president has sold soft infrastructure such as in child care,...

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way High-End Art Is Sold

Private sales at Sotheby’s and Christie’s took off, as live-auction revenues...

Facebook to Hire 10,000 Workers in EU to Build Up ‘Metaverse’

Facebook is planning to create 10,000 jobs in the European Union...

China Third-Quarter Economic Growth Slows Sharply to 4.9%

China’s economy grew 4.9% in the third quarter from a year...