The Accountant Shortage Is Showing Up in Financial Statements

Advance Auto Parts and others have cited a lack of skilled accounting personnel for material weaknesses…

DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub Sue New York City Over Minimum-Wage Law

Companies say the new minimum wage rates are based on flawed calculations and will increase consumer…

WSJ News Exclusive | Treasury Shouldn’t Have Given Pandemic Aid to Trucking Company, Report Finds

The Treasury Department made a mistake by extending a loan to trucking company Yellow as part…

WSJ News Exclusive | Uber Is Laying Off 200 People in Its Recruiting Team

The latest cuts affect less than 1% of the workforce and follow other layoffs at the…

Wall Street Sours on America’s Downtowns

The gloom of investors betting on office buildings and mass transit could be seen in market…

How Companies Are Tackling Job Misery

Ice cream for baggage handlers, fewer meetings and no longer counting prawns—all part of an effort…

How Today’s Teens Get More Financial Firepower Than Past Generations

Teen accounts on payment apps provide financial independence with oversight.

The New Financial Rite of Passage for Teens—and Their Parents

Teen accounts on payment apps provide financial independence with oversight.

WSJ News Exclusive | Video Ads Are Coming to All Your Uber Apps

The company, which sees ad sales as a key growth area, will introduce long-form videos on…

The ‘Taxi Prince’ Is Taking on Uber—and Winning

In one of the world’s largest taxi markets, Uber is known as the taxi prince of…