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Supreme Court to Consider Google Appeal of Oracle Win in Copyright Case

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal by Alphabet Inc. ...

Walmart’s Sales Growth Streak Hits Five Years

American consumers showed no signs of belt-tightening in sales results from Walmart Inc., offering comfort to retailers worried about...

Yahoo-Line Merger Plan Raises Hopes for Japanese ‘Super App’

TOKYO—Investors welcomed plans for a merger to create an internet-services giant in Japan controlled by SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son,...

Cisco Projects Reduced Revenue in Current Quarter

Cisco Systems Inc., the networking-equipment giant, projected its first quarterly revenue decline in more than two years, blaming...

Tencent Earnings Drop 13% as Rivals Intrude on Advertising Territory

Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s profit slid in the third quarter as the Chinese tech giant looked to expand its...

Nike to Stop Selling Directly to Amazon

Nike Inc. said it would stop selling its clothes and sneakers directly to Amazon.com Inc., an about-face for...

China Says No to Marijuana but Lets Its Cannabis Industry Bloom

QUJING, China—In China, marijuana is seen as a dangerous narcotic, and possession is strictly punished. That hasn’t stopped...

Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Triggers Federal Inquiry

Google’s project with the country’s second-largest health system to collect detailed health information on 50 million American patients sparked...

Biggest U.S. Milk Company Dean Foods Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Dean Foods Co., the biggest U.S. milk company, filed for bankruptcy protection, a fresh setback to a...

FAA Eyed Ordering Southwest to Idle 38 Jets Over Records

U.S. regulators recently considered grounding more than three dozen Southwest Airlines Co. jets because the airline couldn’t show that they met all mandatory safety...