Boeing Flies Close to Trade Tussle With New…

ZHOUSHAN, China— Boeing Co. BA -2.06% opened a new Chinese production facility, as the American aviation company tries to cater to its top export market while steering clear of the tensions battering U.S.-China relations. At…

The Old U.S. Trade War With Japan Looms…

A fast-rising Asian power has built up a huge trade surplus with the U.S. and threatens American economic supremacy. Washington is outraged at how this new giant has acquired U.S. technology—often, U.S. officials warn, by…

The Year in Graphics: 2018

The Art of the Millisecond How a lot of little things make an Olympic gold medalist How Pizza Night Can Cost More in Data Than Dollars Even a low-key evening at home can mean handing…

Apple to Build New Campus in Austin

Apple Inc. AAPL 0.73% said it plans to invest $1 billion building a new corporate campus in Austin, Texas, promising to create as many as 15,000 jobs, as it and a handful of other tech…

The Making of a Computer-Generated Influencer

Miquela Sousa, who recently graced billboards from London to Japan as part of an Ugg advertising campaign, ticks off all the boxes for a model of the moment: She is exotic, attractive and huge on…

Plastic Water Bottles, Which Enabled a Drinks Boom,…

ÉVIAN-LES-BAINS, France—Bottled water, which recently dethroned soda as America’s most popular beverage, is facing a crisis. A consumer backlash against disposable plastic plus new government mandates and bans in places such as zoos and department…

Trump: Chief of Staff John Kelly to Leave…

WASHINGTON—White House chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job “toward the end of the year,” President Trump said Saturday, part of a broad shake-up as the White House girds for a re-election bid…

Toy Sorry: Why the Holiday Season May Give…

It is a new world for holiday toy shopping. Toys “R” Us, which controlled 13.6% of the U.S. toy market in 2016, or nearly $1.7 billion in sales, was forced into bankruptcy last year—leaving a…

The Eisenhower Code: Happy to Serve, Reluctant to…

In January 1952, when his name appeared on the Republican ballot for the New Hampshire primary, few Americans had known, or much cared, which political party Dwight D. Eisenhower belonged to. It made no difference…

Looking to Double Your Salary? Try an M.B.A.

Fully 75% of those who earn an M.B.A. switch careers, a new survey shows, and they can double their salary by doing so. But the survey of thousands of graduates from dozens of U.S. business…

Bear Markets March Across the Globe

In a sign of the breadth of the global selloff in stocks, Germany’s main stock index fell into a bear market Thursday, the latest benchmark to have tumbled 20% or more from its recent peak.…

5 Things to Watch in the November Jobs…

Dec 6, 2018 5:30 am ET The Labor Department releases its broadest gauge of the jobs market on Friday. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect the November jobs report to show employers added…