U.S. Set Out to Hobble China’s Huawei, and So It Has

The big maker of telecom gear and phones is short of advanced chips, and it faces customers who heed U.S. sanctions or doubt the company’s technical reliability. It is diving into new ventures, aiming ‘to seek survival.’

Tax Proposals Hit Headwinds as Democrats Try to Finalize Deal

A push by Democrats to fund their social-spending and climate bill...

Eli Lilly Asks FDA to Approve Alzheimer’s Drug

The drugmaker has begun the process seeking approval to sell donanemab...

Big Retailers Becoming Big Property Owners With Warehouse Deals

Companies look to save long-term costs while making a bet on...

U.S. Consumer Confidence Rose as Delta Covid-19 Wave Eased

People plan to spend on big-ticket items and go on vacation...