|Chairman of Meatpacker at Center of Brazil Corruption Probe Resigns|
The chairman of the world’s largest meat producer, JBS SA, stepped down Friday, weeks after telling prosecutors his company bribed Brazilian politicians, including President Michel Temer, in exchange for taxpayer-subsidized loans and other favors.
|Wall Street's Message to CEOs: Innovate Now|
Wall Street, long obsessed with quarterly profits, has a message for chief executives of big established companies: Pick up the pace of innovation and make riskier bets sooner.
|Author Crusaded for Organic Food Long Before It Was a Big Business|
Beatrice Trum Hunter wrote dozens of books, including “The Natural Foods Cookbook.” She also served as food editor of Consumers’ Research Bulletin and wrote hundreds of articles. She died May 17 at 98.
|Rome Court Ruling Allows Uber to Continue Service in Italy|
A Rome court issued a ruling Friday that will allow Uber Technologies Inc. to continue providing its car-booking service in Italy, revoking an order to suspend its service in the country earlier this spring.
|Rural America Is the New 'Inner City'|
A Wall Street Journal analysis shows that since the 1990s, sparsely populated counties have replaced large cities as America’s most troubled areas by key measures of socioeconomic well-being—a decline that’s accelerating.
|Trump, G-7 Leaders Meet Amid Tensions Over Climate, Trade|
Trans-Atlantic tensions over trade and climate change hung over the start of the Group of 7 summit Friday in Sicily, the last stop in President Donald Trump’s first overseas trip since taking office.
|U.S. GDP Growth Revised Up to 1.2% Rate in First Quarter|
U.S. economic growth in early 2017 was stronger than initially thought, and broad growth is poised to pick up in the current quarter.