Trump Targets Second Indiana Plant Over Plans to Shift to Mexico

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Donald Trump took aim Friday at a second U.S. manufacturer that plans to move jobs from Indiana to Mexico, a day after he threatened consequences for business that shifted American jobs abroad.

Apple Drops Hints About Working on Self-Driving Cars

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Apple took its biggest step toward acknowledging it is working on autonomous vehicles, writing to U.S. regulators offering feedback on proposed guidelines for the technology.

Huawei's Hard-Charging Workplace Culture Drives Growth, Demands Sacrifice

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Founder Ren Zhengfei’s intense style looms large at world’s No. 3 smartphone maker, where employees are rewarded for things like forgoing vacations and overtime.

Fitbit's Challenge: Become a 'Need-to-Have'

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As growth slows and the novelty of wearable fitness gadgets fades for many customers, the company is trying to position its products as health tools that measure long-term conditions.

David Sacks Stepping Down as Zenefits CEO

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He confirmed he is stepping down as chief executive of Zenefits, less than a year after taking over the troubled health-benefits broker.

Builders Face Headwinds From Rising Land and Labor Costs

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Investors will get fresh insight into the U.S. home builder sector next week as Toll Brothers Inc. and Hovnanian Enterprises Inc. report earnings. Shares in the sector have trailed the broader market in recent months.

Jobless Rate Hits Lowest Level Since Before Recession

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U.S. employers hired at a steady clip in November while the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, the lowest level in nine years—signs of enduring labor-market growth that will likely leave Fed officials on track to raise rates this month.

Airbnb Won't Pursue Legal Case Against New York Over Rental Law

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Airbnb Inc. agreed to drop a lawsuit against New York City over recently enacted legislation that will fine hosts there for listing many common short-term rentals.

Breitbart Controversy Spotlights Ad Technology Confusion

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Several advertisers say they have pulled advertising from Breitbart following mounting pressure from people using social media, including foods company Kellogg Co., insurer Allstate and eyewear company Warby Parker.

Inventory Check: We Went to the Stores

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Heard on the Street is conducting an experiment to see how retailers’ claim that low inventory will mean less discounting is playing out.

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