Chinese Stocks Drop as Covid Protests Intensify, Cases Surge

Markets Investors take profit amid rising uncertainty about direction of Covid-19 protests in mainland China

Bahamian Attorney General Defends Handling of FTX Collapse

Island nation’s leaders are under pressure after encouraging cryptocurrency companies to do business there in recent…

More Venezuelan Oil Unlikely to Reach Markets Soon Despite New Chevron License

Business Before pumping crude in Venezuela, Chevron must collect debt, repair equipment and bolster its workforce…

‘Knives Out’ Sequel Delivers in Theaters for Streaming Giant Netflix

Strong showing for “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” could bolster argument for some theatrical release…

Disney’s Robert Iger Faces Troubled Animation Market as ‘Strange World’ Bombs

“Strange World,” the entertainment company’s latest release, becomes its second straight animated flop, after “Lightyear.”

WSJ News Exclusive | Adidas Top Executives Discussed Risk of Staff’s ‘Direct Exposure’ to Kanye West Years Ago

Adidas AG’s chief executive and senior leaders in Germany discussed as far back as four years…

Opinion | Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela

Caracas gets a sanctions reprieve while the U.S. vetoes a loan to Guyana, a rare U.S.…

Smooth Travel for Thanksgiving Passengers, Airlines

TSA projects that more than 2.5 million people could pass through U.S. airports Sunday.

WSJ News Exclusive | U.S. Effort to Arm Taiwan Faces New Challenge With Ukraine Conflict

The flow of weapons to Kyiv is running up against the longer-term demands of a U.S.…

Black Friday Lured Shoppers Back, in Early Test for Holiday Spending

Business Stores on average welcomed more consumers compared with last year, industry data show