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Fanatics to buy iconic trading-card company Topps

Fanatics has struck a deal to purchase Topps’ trading card business itself, people familiar with the matter said, furthering its breathtaking takeover of the trading-card landscape that Topps had been a leading figure in f...

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Cancellations Continue as Bad Weather, Omicron Disrupt U.S. Air Travel

Airlines scrapped more than 3,000 U.S. flights and delayed more than 5,000 on Monday. The new wave of cancellations and delays comes as the surge in Covid-19 infections in the U.S. has left the airline industry stretched t...

China's Manufacturing Sector Rebounded in December, Caixin PMI Shows

China's Manufacturing Sector Rebounded in December, Caixin PMI Shows

Australian Home Prices Jumped 22% in 2021, But Storm Clouds May Loom

Australian Home Prices Jumped 22% in 2021, But Storm Clouds May Loom

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Grammys could be postponed due to omicron surge

The Grammys, slated for Jan. 31, were also postponed last year due to Covid-19, from the end of January to mid-March.

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California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez resigns to lead labor federation

A powerful state lawmaker resigned from the California Legislature on Monday to become the next leader of the nation's largest federation of labor unions.

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Tesla opens showroom in Xinjiang, the Chinese region associated with genocide allegations

Tesla Inc. has opened a new showroom in Xinjiang, the remote region where Chinese authorities are carrying out a campaign of forcible assimilation against religious minorities that has become a public-relations quagmire fo...

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Elizabeth Holmes Found Guilty on Four of 11 Fraud Charges

A federal jury convicted Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes on four of 11 criminal-fraud charges. Each count carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. WSJ’s Sara Randazzo shares highlights from Holmes’s testimony. Phot...

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Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Found Guilty in Fraud Trial

A federal jury found Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes guilty of four of the 11 counts of wire fraud and conspiracy.

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S&P 500, Dow Hit Records as a New Year Begins

Investors are kicking off 2022 much like they ended 2021 by weighing what effect the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 will have on global growth.

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Biden Offers $1B to Boost Meat Industry Competition

As part of his battle against rising consumer costs, President Joe Biden wants to lower “kitchen table costs,” such as $5 a pound hamburger meat.

ADRs End Higher; BioNTech, Nio Among Companies Actively Trading

ADRs End Higher; BioNTech, Nio Among Companies Actively Trading

Chicken chain Popeyes to launch in South Korea

Popeyes is set to launch in South Korea this year, the latest international move for the chicken brand owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc.

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Taiwan Semiconductor Stock Surges on First Trading Day of 2022

Taiwan Semiconductor ADRs saw their biggest percentage gain on Monday since mid-2020.

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Citi Is a Big Lucid Bull. Where Is the Rest of Wall Street?

Citigroup analyst Itay Michaeli resumes coverage of Lucid with a Buy rating and $57 price target.

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Thousands more flights canceled Monday as winter storm wallops East Coast

More than 3,000 U.S. flights and about 4,700 worldwide were canceled by late afternoon Monday on the East Coast, according to tracking service FlightAware. Another 12,500 flights were delayed, including 5,600 in the U.S.

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The Smithsonian Temporarily Closes Two Museums Due to Covid Surge

But so far, major museums across the U.S. are remaining open with pandemic protocols

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These 12 ‘Dividend Aristocrat’ stocks have been the best income compounders over 5 years

Faithful investors in companies that have raised payouts rapidly, including Target and McDonald's, have been rewarded with excellent stock performance.

Digital Realty to Buy Majority Stake in African Data Center Provider Teraco

Digital Realty to Buy Majority Stake in African Data Center Provider Teraco

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Starbucks to Require Vaccines or Weekly Testing for U.S. Workers

Employees who aren't vaccinated must be tested by a doctor or pharmacist, not with an at-home test, and they must obtain and pay for the tests on their own, the company said Monday.

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Thousands of Additional Flights Canceled as Winter Storm, Omicron Surge Hurt Airlines

Southwest, JetBlue among carriers that canceled more flights Monday as bad weather, staff shortages disrupted air travel.

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AT&T and Verizon Agree to New Delay of 5G Rollout

The telecom companies said they agreed to delay their rollout of a new 5G service for two weeks, reversing course after previously declining a request by U.S. transportation officials.

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David Bowie’s Music Catalog Is Sold to Warner Chappell Music

The deal, with an estimated value of $250 million, includes all of the singer’s studio albums.

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Fanatics Pried Baseball Cards from Topps. Now Fanatics is Buying Topps.

The new company, valued last year at over $10 billion, accelerated its launch with the purchase of the company synonymous with baseball cards for decades

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The Elizabeth Holmes Verdict: Theranos Founder Is Guilty on Four of 11 Charges in Fraud Trial

The verdict caps the downfall of the former Silicon Valley star who claimed to revolutionize blood testing.

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New York Attorney General Seeking to Interview Trump Children

The move is part of an investigation by the attorney general’s office into the former president and his company, according to a court filing.

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The Most Quotable Moments From the Elizabeth Holmes Trial

Former Theranos investors, employees and the startup founder herself all testified.

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Supreme Court Asked to Open Way for Challenge to Texas Abortion Law

Clinics in the state say the high court’s December ruling means their lower-court suit against restrictive law should be allowed to proceed.

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Grammys Mull Postponement as Omicron Spread Disrupts Rebound in Entertainment

The Recording Academy hadn’t yet reached a decision Monday morning, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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Biden Promotes Plan Aimed at Tackling Meat Prices

The president met virtually with farmers and ranchers as his administration looks for ways to ease inflation.

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Steelmakers Dive Into Junk Business to Feed New Mills

U.S. steel producers are buying up scrap businesses, seeking a steady supply of raw material from junked cars and manufacturing waste for new mills.

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Zuckerbucks Shouldn’t Pay for Elections

It fans mistrust to let private donors fund official voting duties.

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Schumer’s Filibuster Stunt

The Majority Leader will try again to blow up the Senate to blow up valid state election laws.

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A European Revelation on Climate

The EU admits nuclear and natural gas are part of the energy solution.

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The Great Pandemic Migration, II

United Van Lines data show people are leaving dense, high-tax states.

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Entitlements Always Grow and Grow

The ‘equally worthy claim’ inexorably prompts further expansion, regardless of lawmakers’ initial limits.

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Should a Stuffy Nose Stop a Nurse From Working?

Draconian Covid policies are creating staff shortages that endanger patients.

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Covid Should Revive School Vouchers as a Liberal Cause

A 1970 proposal would base grants on income, equalizing opportunity for rich and poor.

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Covid Isolation Sows a Gardening Boom

Cut off from society, Americans found a green new world in the backyard.

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For Putin, OPEC and Trump, 2021 Was a Good Year

Xi Jinping, democracy and technocrats, by contrast, didn’t fare so well during 2021.