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February 18, 2020
How a Kardashian Producer Became a Saudi Deal Maker
Carla DiBello used to be a reality TV producer in Los Angeles. Now, she's riding mega-yachts and attending business meetings with the world's richest people and is a direct conduit ...
February 14, 2020
Bloomberg's Big Money Strategy
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has hugely outspent all other Democratic presidential candidates. His campaign is focusing its resources on Super Tuesday on March 3. WSJ's Tarini Part...
February 13, 2020
Nike's Vaporfly Is 'Magic.' But Is It Fair?
Runners wearing versions of Nike's Vaporfly shoe have smashed marathon records, leading to questions about whether the shoe offers an unfair advantage. WSJ's Rachel Bachman explains...
February 12, 2020
A Spying Scandal Takes Down a CEO
Credit Suisse's CEO Tidjane Thiam resigned last week in the fallout from revelations the bank was spying on employees. WSJ's Margot Patrick explains the story behind the scandal.
February 11, 2020
The Battle Over Your Bed
Casper was a pioneer in selling mattresses online. WSJ's Eliot Brown explains how the competition that Casper kicked off in the mattress-in-a-box space is now challenging the compan...
February 10, 2020
The Mormon Church's $100 Billion Secret Fund
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has amassed one of the world's largest investment funds, but few people know it exists. WSJ's Ian Lovett on new details about the fun...
February 7, 2020
Inside China's Giant Quarantine
China has marshaled its surveillance apparatus to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. WSJ's Shan Li reports from a quarantined hotel in the province where the outbreak starte...
February 6, 2020
When Your American Dream Gets Too Crowded
As more and more Americans move south, Lake Wylie, a suburb of Charlotte, has tripled in size. Now, the town is saying no more. WSJ's Valerie Bauerlein explains.
February 5, 2020
A Bruising Price War. Three Rivals. One Big Investor.
Money from the same major investor, Softbank, is fueling a startup battle in Latin America between three of its own companies: Uber, Didi and Rappi. WSJ's Robbie Whelan explains.
February 4, 2020
The App That Crashed the Iowa Caucuses
The first results from the Iowa Democratic caucuses were released a day later than expected after a mobile app designed to report tallies had technical issues. WSJ's Eliza Collins a...
February 3, 2020
Democrats and Facebook: It's Complicated
Democrats' relationship with Facebook is at an all-time low, just as the 2020 election kicks off in Iowa. WSJ's Deepa Seetharaman explains Democrats' tightrope act of criticizing Fa...
January 31, 2020
The Long-Lost Super Bowl
There's only one tape of Super Bowl I believed to be in existence. Troy Haupt discovered it in his mother's attic. WSJ's Jared Diamond explains why virtually no one has gotten to se...
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