FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s Trial: How Did We Get Here?

Prosecutors view it as one of the largest financial-fraud cases in U.S. history.

The Score: Ford, Amazon, Target and More Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are some of the major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

WSJ News Exclusive | China Blocks Executive at U.S. Firm Kroll From Leaving the Mainland

A senior executive at American risk advisory firm Kroll has been barred from leaving mainland China.

Tesla Is Accused of Racial Harassment at California Factory

The EEOC sued Elon Musk’s EV company, alleging Black employees were subjected to a hostile work…

UBS Poised to Settle Mozambique’s ‘Tuna Bonds’ Lawsuit Against Credit Suisse

UBS is close to settling a claim brought by Mozambique against Credit Suisse, resolving one of…

Lina Khan Once Went Big Against Amazon. As FTC Chair, She Changed Tack.

The government’s antitrust lawsuit leaves out some allegations from a legal condemnation of Amazon that Khan…

Secrecy of Google Antitrust Trial Leads to Blame Game 

The judge and government lawyers are defending themselves against criticism for letting tech executives testify behind…

Opinion | Lina Khan Has a Weak Case Against Amazon

The FTC Chair defines monopoly down to harpoon the giant retailer with antitrust suit.

Amazon’s Own Track Record Undercuts the FTC’s Case

Thin profit margins and growing competition don’t support monopolist charge.

Stocks Slump Further, With Amazon Lawsuit Adding to Recent Pressure

Worries about rising bond yields and strengthening dollar weigh on Wall Street.