Johnson & Johnson Taps Jones Day to Explore Talc Bankruptcy

Johnson & Johnson has engaged law firm Jones Day to advise the company as it explores placing a subsidiary in bankruptcy to help settle thousands of personal injury claims linking talcum-based baby powder to cancer, people familiar with the matter said.

The Boss Wants You Back in the Office. Like, Now.

Companies are starting to summon workers back, though many employees have...

U.S. Buys 200 Million Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccines at Higher Price

The U.S. is paying about $24 a dose, according to Pfizer,...

Supply-Chain Backlogs Turn Chicago Into New Chokepoint

Some railroads have restricted container shipments into the key Midwestern freight...

Boston Beer Shares Fall After Hard-Seltzer Demand Sputters

The company missed Wall Street analysts’ earnings and sales projections for...