Google Opens Testing of ChatGPT Rival, as Artificial Intelligence War Heats Up 

CEO says the Alphabet unit will launch the service, called Bard, more broadly to the public in coming weeks.

Tech Giants' Cloud Pains Aren't Shared Equally 

The tech slowdown is finally hitting the cloud. The largest player might be paying the biggest price.

Tyson Foods Profit Declines as Beef Price Drops 

Profit margins from the meat processor's beef division have come under pressure as consumer demand softens for premium cuts of beef and as cattle herds shrink.

Dell to Cut 5% of Workforce 

The computer maker said it is reorganizing certain teams as market conditions continue to erode.

FAA Seeks to Fine United Airlines Over Safety Checks 

The regulator alleges that the airline removed a check of its Boeing 777 aircraft's fire warning system from preflight checklists in 2018.

Adani Group Plans $1.1 Billion Loan Repayment After Share Collateral Plummets 

The group said its founders will prepay the loan that was backed by shares of some of its companies, a move to shore up investor confidence.

Nissan, Renault Alliance Shake-Up to Give Each More Independence 

Nissan and Renault unveiled a long-planned restructuring of their two-decade-old alliance-a decoupling that falls short of a full divorce but gives each car company more autonomy after years of tensions.

AMC to Charge More for Better Movie Theater Seats 

The theater chain's move comes as its box-office performance remains below its prepandemic pace.

Footwear's Trendy Comeback: Retail 

Shoe brands are turning back to the wholesale channel.

Panera Among Restaurant Companies Looking at IPOs 

More companies in the restaurant industry are aiming to test investors' demand for new listings.


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