Mexico Confirms Its Economy Rebounded in Third Quarter

MEXICO CITY—Mexico’s economy bounced back in the third quarter, led by increases in industrial output as business reopened from shutdowns to slow the spread of…

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AstraZeneca Defends Dosing Error in Covid-19 Vaccine Trial

A top executive at AstraZeneca PLC pushed back on Wednesday against criticism that the company failed to disclose enough data from a clinical trial of…

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Amazon Web Services Hit by Outage

Amazon.com Inc. grappled with an hourslong outage tied to its enormous cloud-computing operation that affected many businesses, forcing them to warn their customers about product…

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New Covid-19 Vaccines Stir Hope for the World’s Poor

Rich countries have preordered more than three billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines, threatening to leave poor nations struggling to inoculate more than a fraction of…

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China Drugmakers Face Pressure to Prove Their Covid-19 Vaccines Work

TAIPEI—Pressure is mounting on Chinese drugmakers to show clinical evidence that their leading Covid-19 vaccines work, after early data on three Western-developed shots showed promising effectiveness…

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Russia Looks to Undercut Rivals With Cut-Price Covid-19 Vaccine

MOSCOW—Russia will sell its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine internationally for under $10 a dose, a lower price than some Western-developed shots, as Moscow looks to gain…

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WSJ News Exclusive | GE Plans More Job Cuts in Aviation Division

General Electric Co. warned employees that more job cuts are coming to the conglomerate’s jet-engine business because of the pandemic’s impact on commercial air travel…

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Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack to Step Down

Ed Stack is stepping down as chief executive of Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. after decades at the helm of the sporting-goods company he built into…

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GM to Recall About 5.9 Million Vehicles With Takata Air-Bag Inflaters

General Motors Co. has agreed to recall 5.9 million SUV and pickup-truck models to replace potentially faulty Tataka air-bag inflaters, a fix that could cost…

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Cargill’s CEO on Preventing Covid-19 Surge From Disrupting the Food Supply

David MacLennan steered one of the world’s biggest food suppliers through Covid-19’s world-wide spread in the spring. Now he is bracing for another surge. Cargill…

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