Marriott Says Up to 500 Million Affected by…

Marriott International Inc., MAR -5.80% the world’s largest hotel company, said it identified a data breach in its Starwood reservation system that may have exposed the personal information of up to 500 million guests. For…

Network TV Tries a New Strategy—Old Drama

Peter Lenkov knows how to make new TV shows out of old hits, and that’s a specialty in high demand at major broadcast networks these days. “Hawaii Five-0,” his update of the 1970s detective series,…

Trade Face-Off: What Trump and Xi Want From…

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Carlos Ghosn Was Too Powerful, Nissan’s CEO Says

TOKYO—Nissan Motor Co.’s chief executive told employees Monday that Carlos Ghosn had too much power as chairman because he also led Renault SA, RNO 2.98% Nissan’s largest shareholder, according to a partial transcript of the…

Store Traffic Falls Again on Black Friday but…

A surge in online shopping and higher spending by low-income Americans gave a lift to the start of the holiday season, even as initial reports showed that foot traffic to traditional stores continued its long…

In Oil’s Huge Drop, All Signs Say Made…

The downward spiral in oil prices is accelerating as a surge in crude production from a turbocharged U.S. petroleum industry runs into weaker global economic growth. Crude prices slid 7.7% Friday, their largest one-day drop…

The Black Friday Faithful

Amy Lombard for The Wall Street Journal Josh Ritchie for The Wall Street Journal "I bought this unicorn, the biggest one that I have ever seen in my life. I paid $20…It is for my…

A Family Feud Threatens Campbell’s Dynasty

Two years ago, as Campbell Soup Co. sales tanked, a grandson of the soup’s inventor called his cousin to complain about the direction of the 150-year-old company, which still paid welcome dividends to family members.…

Retail Stores Win Back Shoppers, Not Profits

On Thanksgiving evening, Laura Pierre filled her Walmart shopping cart with a mini trampoline, a Spider-Man chair and other gifts for her 4-year-old son. “Sometimes online is faster, but I like to look at things…

Thanksgiving Recipes to Suit Every Taste

Armando Rafael for The Wall Street Journal, Food Styling by Heather Meldrom, Prop Styling by Carla Gonzalez-Hart All Dinner Side Dessert Drink Dinner CHRISTOPHER TESTANI FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY HEATHER MELDROM,…

Our Favorite Gadgets: Best Tech Gifts 2018

Video: The Problems We CAN Solve Video: The Problems We CAN Solve Ember Travel Mug Ember Travel Mug You know how your too-hot coffee becomes undrinkably tepid over the course of the morning? The new…

Are North Koreans Veering Off the Diplomatic Track?

9:57   Facial Recognition Tech Aims to Identify Good and Evil 11/19/2018 Facial recognition is going mainstream. The technology is increasingly used by law-enforcement agencies and in schools, casinos and retail stores, spurring privacy concerns.…