Vacant Offices Are Piling Up in Silicon Valley

Layoffs and hybrid-work patterns are shrinking the corporate footprint in Northern California cities.

More Online Clothing Sales Come With a Catch: No Returns

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U.S. Manufacturers Seek China Alternatives as Tensions Rise

Makers of watercraft and ventilators rethink Chinese supply chains, balancing potential risks against lower costs.

WSJ News Exclusive | Kansas City Fed Presidential Search, Facing Setbacks, Enters Second Year

The search for a new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is moving…

China Confirms Campaign Against Alleged Spying by Foreign Consulting Firms

Concerns are growing among US and other foreign businesses about Beijing’s updated law against espionage.

In China, a Detention and a New Espionage Law Have Businesses Worried

Foreign companies are becoming more concerned about the safety of their workers and the credibility of…

Beijing’s Bain Raid, Espionage Law Are Self-Sabotage

China’s economy is getting back on track. Recent moves suggest that there is also a possibility…

China Ratchets Up Pressure on Foreign Companies

The surprise visits, investigations and detentions come just months after Beijing’s open-for-business message to global investors.

WSJ News Exclusive | PricewaterhouseCoopers to Pour $1 Billion Into Generative AI

Multi-year investment in US business includes access to ChatGPT creator OpenAI’s language model, training of staff…

The commercial real-estate crisis is deeper than past recessions

Commercial real estate has experienced its share of upheavals in recent decades. it’s different. Homeowners Are…