3 Arrests, 2 Superpowers and a Secret Prisoner Swap

The Wall Street Journal

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Today's News

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  • Huawei's rare climb in revenue signals business stabilization
  • Israeli businesses emerge from shadows at Saudi investment conference
  • Canadian small business confidence deteriorates in October
  • U.S. emissions set to decline, but global climate pledges fall short of goals, U.N. says
  • Apple set to report record revenue as investors watch for sluggish demand
  • Logistics operators find robots are helping recruit tech-savvy workers
  • If the Philadelphia Phillies win the World Series, prepare for an economic crisis
  • How Cate Blanchett trained to play a conductor for "Tar"
  • Altria to take on Juul, Philip Morris in smoke-free tobacco
  • Comcast takes $8.6 billion write-down on Sky, reports revenue dip
  • Intel earnings expected to slump on PC rout, economic weakness
  • Shell, awash with cash, to boost dividend, share buybacks
  • Credit Suisse resets with a retreat from Wall Street
  • Bitcoin miner Core Scientific says it may file bankruptcy amid crypto slump
  • Russia warns of attack on satellites used to help Ukraine...
  • Discontent grows in Europe over rising cost of living...
  • Oregon might elect republican governor first time in four decades...
  • 3 arrests, 2 superpowers and secret prisoner swap...
  • Battles online slowdown...
  • MCDONALD'S cool again...
  • SEC, DOJ probe TESLA...