Micron to Spend Up to $100 Billion on Chip Factory in New York State

Micron Technology Inc. has agreed to invest as much as $100 billion to build a semiconductor-manufacturing…

H&M, Zara’s Owner Stick With ‘Made In Myanmar’ After Coup, but Some Brands Exit

SINGAPORE—Western retailers are increasingly divided over whether to buy clothes made in Myanmar, a country that…

Samsung Kicks Advanced-Chipmaking Race Into High Gear With Road Map

Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled targets for making its most advanced chips, detailing for the first time…

Nike’s Inventory Woes Stretch to China as Covid Recovery Remains a Challenge for Brands

Listen to article (2 minutes) Nike quarterly results highlight how some U.S. brands have too much…

Nikola Tries to Ignite Market for Its Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Trucks

As Nikola founder stands trial on securities-fraud charges, a revamped management team is pushing to make…

Nikola Tries to Ignite Market for Its Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Trucks

As Nikola founder stands trial on securities-fraud charges, a revamped management team is pushing to make…

WSJ News Exclusive | Fast Food Chains Raise Millions to Oppose California Wage Law

McDonald’s Domino’s Pizza Subway and other big restaurant chains are joining to spend millions of dollars…

Intel Drives Forward With Mobileye Self-Driving Car Unit’s IPO Plans

Intel Corp. is pressing ahead with its plans to publicly list shares in its Mobileye self-driving-car…

Nike, Biogen, CarMax: Stocks That Defined the Week

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Altria Decides to Compete With Juul in Vaping

Listen to article (2 minutes) Altria Group Inc. has decided to compete with Juul Labs Inc.,…