Dow Jones CEO William Lewis to Leave Company 

William Lewis, who became CEO of Dow Jones and publisher of The Wall Street Journal in 2014, said he is leaving the company after being told his contract wouldn't be renewed.

Airbnb's Coronavirus Crisis: Burning Cash, Angry Hosts and an Uncertain Future 

With travel nearly at a standstill, the home-sharing giant is facing increasing losses and doubts about its planned public listing.

Tesla Cuts Salaries, Furloughs Workers Amid Coronavirus Crisis 

The electric-car maker is furloughing workers and cutting salaried employees' pay more than two weeks after it was forced to shut down production of its lone U.S. car-assembly plant.

McDonald's Warns Of Difficult Decisions Ahead 

The hamburger chain said sales for its existing base of restaurants globally fell 22% last month as the coronavirus spread and economies around the world shut down.

Fed Eases Wells Fargo's Asset Cap to Lend to Small Businesses 

The Federal Reserve temporarily lifted restrictions on Wells Fargo's growth, allowing the bank to make more loans during the coronavirus crisis.

Ocean Carriers Idle Container Ships in Droves on Falling Trade Demand 

Container ship operators have idled a record 13% of their capacity over the past month as carriers at the foundation of global supply chains buckle down while restrictions under the coronavirus pandemic batter trade demand.

GM to Make 30,000 Ventilators for National Stockpile 

The car maker is making 30,000 ventilators for the national stockpile in a $489.4 million contract with the Department of Health and Human Services, as surging coronavirus cases have tested medical capacities across the U.S.

Instagram Draws Surge in Offers of Masks With Potential Risks 

Thousands of accounts are hawking medical face masks that could be fraudulent, according to a research report, a sign that Facebook is struggling to prevent users from taking advantage of the pandemic.

CFOs Look to Ramp Up Automation Investments Amid Pandemic 

Finance chiefs are considering hastening investments in automation initiatives to better manage their companies' finances and operations despite facing revenue declines stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

Digital-Media Upstarts Cut Costs as Coronavirus Wipes Out Advertising 

Many digital-media companies began 2020 predicting this would be the year they would cross the goal line of profitability. Then the new coronavirus struck.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

April 08, 2020 15:00 ET (19:00 GMT)

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