Old Steel Plants Stay Idle Despite Surging Prices

Two of the nation’s largest steelmakers are keeping older mills closed, passing up a chance to sell more metal at record prices, because of the high cost of restarting and the threats to their survival from rivals’ new plants.

Tight Labor Market Returns the Upper Hand to American Workers

Employers competing for low-wage workers are offering signing bonuses, bigger raises...

American Airlines Cuts Some Flights to Avoid Potential Strains

Travel demand returned more sharply than expected, and too many flights...

North Face Owner Pulled Xinjiang Criticism, Then Reinstated It

The move by VF, which also owns Vans and Timberland, shows...

How to Shop Online and Not Get Ripped Off

Prime Day is almost here. Remember these key rules when buying...