WSJ News Exclusive | Farallon Capital to Wage Proxy Battle at Biote…

Farallon has nominated three directors to the board of Exelixis, which develops cancer-fighting drugs.

WSJ News Exclusive | China’s New Tech Weapon: Dragging Its Feet on …

Beijing is holding back its required green light for mergers that involve American companies as a technology war with Washington intensifies.

Lower Job Openings Could Be a Welcome Sign for U.S. Economy

All those tech layoffs are starting to show up in employment statistics, but they still show little sign of spreading to other sectors.

Apartment-Building Sales Drop 74%, the Most in 14 Years

Interest-rate increases and banking turmoil push down demand for multifamily buildings.

Frank Founder Faces Criminal Fraud Charges Over JPMorgan Deal

Prosecutors said the college financial-aid company executive lied about her customer count to land a $175 million deal.

U.S. Job Openings Dropped in February

The number of job openings fell below 10 million for the first time in nearly two years, a sign that employers’ demand for workers eased.

Australia’s Central Bank Jumps Ahead of Fed by Holding Interest Rat…

The centrak bank snapped a run of 10 consecutive rate increases, but said it is ready to resume tightening if price pressures intensify.

Oil Prices, Stock Futures Rise Ahead of More Economic Data

Crude futures extended gains, having posted their largest rise in more than a year Monday.

Can the Oil-and-Gas Industry Crack Geothermal Energy?

Geothermal energy has been a neglected corner of renewable energy because of its high cost and high risk profile.

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