Tesla Starts Delivering China-Made Model Y Crossover 

Tesla delivered its first made-in-China Model Y compact crossover vehicles, the latest milestone in the American company's drive into the world's largest market for electric cars.

Intel Will Demand More Than Just Engineering 

Turning around the chip maker will require not only sorting out manufacturing problems but also selling stakeholders on tough decisions about the company's future.

Samsung Is Without a Leader as Jay Y. Lee Returns to Prison 

Samsung's de facto leader returned to prison, throwing the South Korean conglomerate into disarray during a generational transfer of power.

Oil Giant Total Buys Stake in World's Biggest Solar Developer 

French energy giant Total said it would pay $2.5 billion for a 20% stake in the world's largest solar developer, the latest move by an oil major to expand in renewable power.

Fiat Chrysler, PSA Group Merge to Create New Auto-Making Behemoth 

The newly formed auto maker, called Stellantis, is set to start trading on Monday in Europe and on Tuesday in New York.

Faro Energy Raises $60 Million for Solar-Energy Bets in Brazil 

Faro Energy Group, the Brazilian unit of clean-energy investment firm Modern Energy Group, has closed on $60 million for a fund that backs distributed solar-power projects in Brazil, wrapping up the vehicle after recently raising $30 million to add to capital commitments made since 2019.

Vaccine Shortfall to Hit Europe, Canada as Pfizer Plant Is Upgraded 

The European Union, Canada and some other countries will receive fewer doses next week of the Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech due to an upgrade at Pfizer's European factory. The U.S. isn't affected.

Shareholder Proposal at Omnicom Questions Ad Buyers' Role in Online Hate 

Shareholders are taking aim at social-media ad buyers for their possible role in spreading disinformation and hate speech.

Groceries Prove a Pandemic Bright Spot for BP and Shell 

Oil majors bet offering more fresh food and services at gas-station stores can help offset declining oil income.

France Blocks Sale of Carrefour to Canada's Couche-Tard 

The French finance minister told the Canadian retailer's chairman that the nearly $20 billion deal would threaten jobs and France's food security amid the Covid-19 pandemic.


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