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    Some would-be private-jet fliers are being turned away as the industry soars again after a multiyear slump.

    As engagement season arrives, couples may find themselves with longer-than-anticipated waits to get hitched amid what industry experts have dubbed a wedding boom.

    Alvin Chau, the chairman of Suncity Group Holdings, was being held for questioning by police in Macau after authorities in the eastern Chinese city of Wenzhou issued an arrest warrant.

    The world of supply-chain disruptions and persistent Covid-19 concerns is a challenge for brands accustomed to using traditional festive pitches.

    The rental-car industry is sharpening efforts to add more battery-powered vehicles to fleets, the latest move among companies around the world in various industries that are embracing greener technologies.

    As General Electric and other old-school behemoths break up, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft and Meta are taking their place as the do-everything companies of the future.

    Global airline shares fell amid concerns that the new variant could take hold elsewhere and trigger broader travel curbs just as many parts of the world start to fly again.

    Three senators conveyed concern in a telephone call with the Banking Committee chairman, likely scuttling Saule Omarova’s chances of confirmation as head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

    The president is racing to show the public that he is taking action to address rising prices and bottlenecks amid mounting anxiety among some of his advisers about political fallout heading into next year’s midterm elections.

    South Africa’s warning of a new strain of coronavirus walloped the energy sector, leading to the sharpest declines in oil prices since the global economy locked down early last year to slow the spread of the virus.

    The deadline for requiring U.S. workers to be vaccinated or tested weekly for Covid-19 is fast approaching, but uncertainty about how legal fights over the mandate will play out has left companies in limbo on how best to prepare.

    A crane operator, a ship captain, a trucker and other logistics workers describe what it’s like to work amid backed-up shipments, jammed ports and packed rail yards.

    Slow Wi-Fi. Tied to my desk. I lose track of time. I keep eating. It doesn’t have to be this way.

    Hundreds of thousands of empty shipping containers are filling marine terminals and truck yards across Southern California and tying up scarce trucking equipment as ocean carriers scramble to return empty boxes to factories in Asia.

    The Chinese financial-technology giant is setting up a credit-scoring company with state-owned shareholder partners, as it presses ahead with its restructuring.

    President Biden’s decision to nominate Lael Brainard to become Federal Reserve vice chairwoman elevates a veteran economist who has been a strong ally of Chairman Jerome Powell on the central bank’s boldest policy decisions during the pandemic.

    The officials signaled greater doubts this month over how long it would take for elevated inflation to abate and how soon they would need to raise interest rates to cool the economy.

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