P&G Sales Rise 4.6%, Price Hikes Boost Profit
CFO Jon Moeller says the second-quarter results show P&G's turnaround plan is working despite weak sales of baby and feminine care products.
U.S. Facing Threats to AI Tech Leadership
The AI race is inextricably linked with immigration policies and government investment, MIT researchers say.
WHO Considers Response to Virus Outbreak
The organization could declare the coronavirus, which has killed at least 17 people in China, a public health emergency.
China GDP Growth Rate Slows to 6.1% in 2019
China's economy is "under pressure from weak consumer spending, rising unemployment and problems in the financial system."
Taiwanese Chipmaker Facing Pressure to Produce Chips in U.S.
“The U.S. government wants chips that go into military projects to be built on American soil.”
Global Debt-to-GDP Hits Record 322% in Q3
The Institute of International Finance sees debt growth accelerating this year due to low interest rates and "loose financial conditions."
WD-40 Shares Dive 4% as Sales Slump in China
"Our long-term strategic drivers continue to perform well and are line with our expectations.”
Manufacturing Slump Reaches 5th Straight Month
A gauge of manufacturing activity hit its lowest level in 10 years but the easing of U.S.-China trade tensions may benefit some industries.
Tesla Delivers First ‘Made in China’ Vehicles
With the deliveries from the Shanghai plant, "China-made Model 3 vehicles will start running on China’s large streets and small lanes."
China Tariffs to Eat Into Dollar Tree Q4 Profits
The discount retailer's shares fell more than 16% after it cut its outlook for the holiday season due in part to tariff costs.
U.S. Adds Chinese Startups to Trade Blacklist
Ahead of this week's trade talks between the two countries, the timing of the U.S. action "is going to be awkward for the Chinese."