Facebook’s Latest Error Shakes Advertisers’ Confidence

Facebook Inc. is offering millions of dollars in credits to some advertisers after discovering a glitch in a tool that tells advertisers how effective their…

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U.S. Consumer Spending Grows for Sixth Straight Month, Albeit Slower

The U.S. economy is recovering at a sturdy but slowing pace heading into the holidays. Consumers stepped up their spending by a brisk 0.5% in…

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U.S. Puts Tariffs on Chinese Twist-Ties

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration has imposed a small but groundbreaking set of tariffs, penalizing Chinese twist-ties on grounds that Beijing undervalued its currency to gain market…

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Deere Expects More Machinery Sales as Crop Prices Rise

Deere & Co. raised expectations for profits next year, anticipating that higher crop prices will lead to improving demand from U.S. farmers for its tractors…

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Ahead of Black Friday, Retailers Race to Navigate Surge in Covid-19 Cases

Retailers are bracing for new Covid-19 restrictions that could weigh on holiday sales but hope investments in digital operations will allow them to better reach…

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Best Buy Continues Gains From Home Products, Online Sales

Best Buy Co. continued benefiting from online sales and items that help consumers work, learn and cook from home during the coronavirus pandemic, pushing sales…

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Xiaomi’s Gain at Huawei’s Expense Might Not Last

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei’s loss has been its compatriot Xiaomi’s gain. Keeping hold of those gains, however, might be more challenging than investors expect. Xiaomi…

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U.S. Found Not Liable for Puerto Rico Bond Losses

The U.S. government isn’t liable for losses on $3 billion in Puerto Rico pension bonds, a federal judge said Monday, rejecting efforts to put U.S.…

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Warner Music Leans on Digital Sales During Pandemic

A growing share of Warner Music Group Corp.’s revenue in the latest quarter flowed from music streaming and other digital channels, a sign of how…

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Coronavirus Spurred Companies to Hoard Cash. Now They Are Starting to Dole It Out.

After scrambling to hoard cash in the spring, some large U.S. companies that halted their dividend payments are reversing their decision, a sign that their…

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