Pandemic Crushes Garment Industry, the Developing World’s Path Out of Poverty

Many of Asia’s developing countries have long relied on factories producing T-shirts, trousers and shoes that employ millions of people

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Amazon to Acquire Self-Driving Startup Zoox

Amazon.com Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire autonomous-car developer Zoox, the two companies said Friday. The Wall Street Journal

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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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Amazon to Rename Seattle Venue as Climate Pledge Arena

Amazon.com Inc. will rename Seattle’s KeyArena as the Climate Pledge Arena, placing the entertainment-and-sports venue at the forefront of the

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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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Apple to Close Houston-Area Retail Stores

Apple Inc. said it is temporarily closing seven stores around Houston amid concerns about rising coronavirus case counts, a move that

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‘Crush This Lady.’ Inside eBay’s Bizarre Campaign Against a Blog Critic

The box of live cockroaches delivered to their door was the last straw for David and Ina Steiner. For more

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