Supply-Chain Snags Likely to Persist, Three CEOs Say 

The chiefs of Intel, Wayfair and Accenture each said that the disruptions rippling across the U.S. economy are improving for some companies but that long-term fixes might take much longer.

Facebook Parent to Allow Employees to Delay Return to Offices 

Technology company Meta Platforms plans to fully reopen its U.S. offices in January, though the new program could enable some workers to come back as late as June.

BlackRock to Pull $2 Trillion in Assets From State Street 

State Street was sole custodian for the investing firm's U.S. exchange-traded fund business for more than a decade.

Wynn Names Gambling-Industry Executive as CFO 

Julie Cameron-Doe is set to succeed Craig Billings as the Las Vegas-based casino operator's finance chief next year.

Facebook's Head of Messenger to Leave Company Next Year 

Stan Chudnovsky's resignation is the latest in a series of high-profile departures from the social-media company.

Amazon Emerges as the Wage-and-Benefits Setter for Low-Skilled Workers Across Industries 

In local markets throughout America, e-commerce giant's facilities have an impact on inflation, job markets and labor standards.

'The List,' One of the World's Oldest Business Newspapers, Is for Sale 

London-listed Informa intends to sell Lloyd's List, a publication that traces its roots back nearly 300 years.

Citigroup's Jane Fraser Expects to Shed Some Clients for Climate Purposes 

The bank will outline its plans for how to respond to clients in the energy industry.

Kellogg Workers Stay on Strike After Rejecting Tentative Agreement 

About 1,400 workers have been on strike for two months, demanding better pay and enhanced benefits.

Intel CEO Aims to Capitalize on Increased Car Automation With Mobileye IPO 

The U.S. chip giant plans to retain a majority stake in the self-driving car business.


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