Microsoft to Close Its Retail Stores

Microsoft Corp. is exiting bricks-and-mortar retail after opening its first location more than a decade ago, as the tech giant

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Will Anyone Bid $60 Million Online for a Painting?

No one has ever gone online to buy a $60 million work of art, but that is precisely what Sotheby’s

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Wirecard Files for Insolvency After Revealing Accounting Hole

Battered German fintech company Wirecard AG said it is filing for insolvency proceedings, days after revealing that more than $2

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SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Quits Alibaba Board

TOKYO—SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said he would step down as a director of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba

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Tesla Quality Falls Short in J.D. Power Car Survey

Tesla Inc. vehicles scored the worst among major auto makers in a closely watched survey of customers by researcher J.D.

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WSJ News Exclusive | Dell Explores Spinoff of $50 Billion Stake in VMware

Dell Technologies Inc. is examining options including a spinoff for its roughly $50 billion stake in VMware Inc. as the

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Sprint’s Old Boss Adds $500 Million Stake in T-Mobile—With Help from SoftBank

Sprint’s former chief executive Marcelo Claure will own another $500 million of T-Mobile US Inc. shares as part of a

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WSJ News Exclusive | Google’s U.S. Ad Revenue Is Expected to Decline in 2020, eMarketer Says

Google’s U.S. advertising revenue will decline this year for the first time since eMarketer began modeling it in 2008, the

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Wirecard’s Missing $2 Billion Probably Doesn’t Exist, Board Says

The more than $2 billion that banks were supposedly holding on behalf of Wirecard AG probably doesn’t exist, the German

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Apple’s WWDC Goes Virtual, and Tech Industry Is Taking Note

At Apple Inc.’s software conference two years ago, Ken Case peppered peers over breakfasts with questions about their businesses. He

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