Southwest to Resume Quarterly Dividend Payment After More Than Two Years 

Airlines are turning a profit as passengers travel in droves, undeterred by higher fares.

Washington Post Considers Selling Tech Business It Built Up on Bezos's Watch 

The company is exploring a spinoff or sale of Arc XP, an in-house publishing tool that it has turned into a broader software business.

Boeing Dealt Setback on New 737 MAX Models 

Federal lawmakers dropped a defense-bill provision that would have exempted two of the latest 737 MAX models from a new regulatory requirement set to take effect Dec. 27.

Airbus's Delivery Miss Is Scarier With Recession Looming 

Orders for aircraft are booming, but plane makers are struggling to deliver them quickly. It could be a problem if a weakening economy ends up denting appetite for travel.

Campbell Soup Raises Outlook After Sales Rise 15% 

Growth was driven by higher prices, though volumes, which have been shrinking as prices rise, fell 1%.

TikTok Faces U.S. Clampdowns After South Dakota Restrictions 

The app was banned from the state's agencies over national-security concerns stemming from its Chinese ownership. Other states are following suit.

Elon Musk's Release of Documents Triggers Twitter Lawyer Jim Baker's Exit 

Elon Musk said a top Twitter lawyer "was exited," part of the fallout from the billionaire's unusual release of internal communications to criticize prior practices at the company.

Lowe's to Buy Back $15 Billion of Stock, Affirms Full-Year Outlook 

The home retailer's stock is down nearly 20% since Jan. 1, dragged by concerns over a slowing housing market. Executives strove to assuage these fears at an investor day on Wednesday.

Vera Bradley earnings show inflation's unequal impact on consumer spending 

Vera Bradley CEO Jackie Ardrey offered a frank assessment of the economic backdrop Wednesday morning after acknowledging pressures on less affluent spenders

TSMC's U.S. Chip Gambit Has Powerful Backers 

The Taiwanese chip maker's investment in Arizona won't be enough to end U.S. reliance on Asia, but the trend is promising.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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