Gunfire and explosions rocked a small Brazilian city when an armed gang of robbers broke into a bank, took hostages and fired their guns indiscriminately to keep police at bay. “It was a night of terror,” the police chief said.
A California developer who runs funds focusing on affordable housing and some commercial real estate in minority neighborhoods around South Los Angeles is trying to raise $1 billion to invest in Black and Latino communities
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will talk on the phone about coronavirus relief, while President Trump’s focus on challenging his election loss has injected more uncertainty into the legislative outcome
Denmark ordered some 17 million mink killed to stop a mutation of Covid-19 that can resist vaccines. Some bodies have resurfaced from mass graves in gruesome fashion. Newspapers call them “zombie mink.”
Airbnb plans to sell 50 million shares in an initial public offering that could give the home-rental company a valuation of as much as $35 billion. The San Francisco startup said it expects an offering price of between $44 and $50 a share.
Iran's top security official said last week's deadly attack on the country's leading nuclear scientist was a remotely controlled ambush, which it has blamed on Israel. Here's how Tehran described the incident unfolding.
Tony Hsieh, the former chief of Zappos, helped build the online shoe retailer with a model of customer service that rested on a simple premise: Make every customer as happy as possible, even at the expense of sales—in the short term
In the latest proof of digital advertising’s meteoric rise, more than half of U.S. advertising spending is set to go to digital platforms such as Google and Facebook this year, as the coronavirus pandemic causes shifts in marketers’ strategy
The transformation of vehicles into giant smartphones is shifting up several gears, but investors shouldn’t be dazzled by parallels with more fashionable tech industries, @WSJheard explains #WSJWhatsNow