|GE's New Chief Makes Cuts, Starting With Old Favorites|
John Flannery is getting rid of company cars, a fancy executive retreat and perhaps thousands of corporate jobs under pressure to cut costs.
|Insurers Brace for Drop in Enrollment Amid ACA Turmoil|
With enrollment for Affordable Care Act health-insurance plans starting in just two weeks, insurers are bracing for a drop-off among consumers put off by higher rates, confusion about the law’s standing and a shorter window to choose coverage.
|United to Boost Flying Capacity as Unit Revenue Improves|
United Continental Holdings Inc. said it would continue to increase flying capacity to defend market share at its big airport hubs as the airline reported forecast-beating quarterly earnings.
|EBay Shares Fall on Lowered Profit Outlook|
EBay Inc. reported higher-than-expected sales in its third quarter, but shares tumbled after the company lowered its annual profit outlook for the second consecutive quarter.
|Hearst Agrees to Acquire Rodale Inc.|
Hearst has agreed to purchase Rodale Inc., the family-owned publisher of magazines including Women’s Health, Men’s Health and Prevention, in a move that will give it a major presence in the health and wellness arena.
|Weakened Nafta, WTO Would Pave Way for Conflict|
Trump administration attempts to neuter Nafta and the World Trade Organization are intended to sideline the referees from the world trade arena, but that would allow both the U.S. and rivals to be more aggressive, Greg Ip writes.
|Fed's Beige Book: Economic Activity Grows Despite Hurricanes|
Economic activity grew at a measured pace across the country in September and October, despite sector-wide disruptions caused by recent hurricanes in the Southern and Eastern U.S., according to a new report from the Federal Reserve.