A beloved Christmas tradition puts pressure on parents to keep coming up with creative scenarios; some adults wish he’d go back to Santa for good. ‘This thing has snowballed.’
When a Chinese scientist claimed last month that he created the first genetically modified babies, scientists around the world were stunned and alarmed. Now, scientists who examined the very limited available data from the experiments are questioning whether the gene edits the scientist claimed he made were even successful.
Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.
Two trends have marked changes in air travel in recent years: self-service and segregation into many different groups based on fares, elite status, credit cards and mobility needs. Now much of the same is coming to the TSA checkpoint of the future.
Gilead Sciences is planning to hire industry veteran Daniel O’Day to take the helm and help the drug company revive sales and recover from a disappointing deal.
As employers struggle to find qualified workers and automation makes certain jobs obsolete, companies are finding they have to train employees to do things that robots can’t—like figure out who’s having a bad day.
A major manufacturer of hospital beds is seeking to transform the ubiquitous furniture into a source of medical data, the latest sign of hospitals’ digital transformation.
The pace of real-estate speculation is slowing, a sign of the darkening outlook in the U.S. housing market.
Agricultural giant Bunge Ltd. is preparing to replace Chief Executive Soren Schroder, people familiar with the matter said, and might also replace Chairman J. Patrick Lupo.
The Trump administration’s efforts to extradite the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies Co. over criminal charges mark the start of an even more aggressive phase in the technology rivalry between the U.S. and China and will increase pressure on Washington’s allies to shun the telecommunications company.
Fiat Chrysler plans to open a new vehicle factory in Detroit, the first new U.S. assembly plant to be built by a major domestic car maker in at least a decade.
As shared ride services become more popular, passengers clash over music, temperature and talking. Exasperated drivers try to referee; ‘They had no shame.’
In a rural California enclave, a tech entrepreneur and architect create an ultramodern smart home inspired by science fiction.
More business schools are relying on bots and other tech to offer online M.B.A.s with the convenience of a virtual degree and social-networking benefits of on-campus study.
No Wi-Fi in the attic? Or basement? Joanna Stern tested six mesh Wi-Fi routers to find the best system to blanket your house or apartment in Wi-Fi.
President Trump’s top economic adviser said the administration is looking to eliminate subsidies on electric cars, a move that could hamper the auto industry’s push to broaden the market for battery-powered vehicles.