The Wall Street Journal
Foiled Plot to Kill U.S. Sikh Is Linked to Murder of Canadian Activist
Indian security agent’s alleged role in a thwarted killing spotlights New Delhi’s fight against separatists; ‘we have so many targets’
Outsize Profits Helped Drive Inflation. Now Consumers Are Pushing Back.
Companies discover buyers are more price-sensitive—which is good news for central bankers
Need a Job? America’s Smallest Employers Have a Record Share of Openings
Available positions at establishments with fewer than 10 workers rose almost 20% in recent months
Ford EV Battery Plant Rides Bumpy Road in This Michigan Town
Ford pauses and then scales back proposed facility backed by government funding and set to employ hundreds
Israel Pulls Out of Cease-Fire Talks and Steps Up Attacks in Southern Gaza
Hundreds of Israeli airstrikes hit the Gaza Strip in what could be the start of the war’s next phase
The Storm Brewing Inside Elon Musk’s Mind Gets Out
His giant F-bombs overshadowed his Israel trip and Cybertruck launch
Behind the Tragic, Instagram-Perfect Life of an Ex-Disney Executive
When Dave Hollis quit his plum Disney job to join his wife Rachel’s self-help empire, the pair built a business around sharing some of their darkest feelings on social media. The reality was even worse.
Global Leaders at COP28 Climate Summit Regulate and Cajole Nations to Cut Methane
U.S. EPA methane rule to hit oil and gas industry, as world leaders push better tracking of gas’s global footprint
A Divorce With Apple, Internal Strife: How Goldman’s Main Street Bet Failed
The Wall Street firm was looking to get out of consumer lending, once a big area of expansion. But Apple dumped it first.