Former Braskem CEO Sentenced for Bribery Charges in U.S.

The former chief executive officer of Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for his role in a scheme that diverted $250 million from the company to a slush fund to pay Brazilian government officials, the U.S. Justice Department said.

U.S. Issued $100 Billion in Export Licenses to Suppliers of Huawei, SMIC

The U.S. Commerce Department issued hundreds of export licenses for semiconductors...

To Sell Picassos, Las Vegas Turns to Sotheby’s, Jay Leno and a DJ

A Bellagio ballroom will be transformed to auction 11 works by...

Google’s Sundar Pichai: Excerpts From a Conversation at the WSJ’s Tech Live Conference

The Alphabet and Google CEO discusses returning to work, unionization and...

Whirlpool Doesn’t See Appliance Shortage Ending Soon

The appliance maker said shortages of dishwashers and refrigerators are likely...