|London Says It Won't Reissue Uber's License|
London’s top transport authority stripped Uber of its private-car hire license in the city, threatening to shut the company out of one of its biggest markets.
|Facebook Abandons Plans to Change Share Structure, Avoiding Lawsuit|
Facebook abruptly abandoned a plan to change its stock structure that would have given Mark Zuckerberg more control, the latest in a string of reversals by the social-media giant as it fends off controversies on several fronts.
|Why Slow iPhone 8 Sales May Be Good for Apple|
When new iPhones hit the market, they usually fly off the shelves. But with the two models that began selling Friday, there are signs demand is tepid—and some analysts say that could be a good thing for Apple Inc.
|Investors Mull Future of L'Oréal, Nestlé After Death|
The death of Liliane Bettencourt has placed a question mark over the decadeslong ties between L’Oréal and Nestlé, two of the world’s largest consumer-goods companies.
|Trade Decision Roils U.S. Solar Industry|
Trade protection for U.S. solar panel makers could be a boon for the few domestic manufacturers left in the country, but a drag for the companies that install and sell solar systems to homeowners, businesses and utilities, which worry that it would lead to higher prices for consumers.
|What We Know About Financial Bubbles|
Here’s a surprising idea: Bubbles aren’t necessarily bad things
|Fed Says Total U.S. Household Net Worth Rose|
The total net worth of U.S. households pushed farther into record territory, climbing by $1.7 trillion in the second quarter of 2017, to $96.2 trillion.