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(FILES) A file photo taken on December 15, 2014 shows Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi attending a press conference in the Bahraini capital Manama. - Prosecutors have charged on March 25, 2020, 20 suspects including two former top aides to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman over the 2018 murder of Riyadh critic Jamal Khashoggi. Prosecutors accuse Saudi Arabia's deputy intelligence chief Ahmed al-Assiri and the royal court's media czar Saud al-Qahtani of leading the operation against Khashoggi and giving orders to a Saudi hit team to kill the journalist during his visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. (Photo by MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH / AFP)

Turkish prosecutors have indicted 20 Saudis, including two with ties to the crown prince, over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

Target sales up, profits miss mark

Because of coronavirus fears, some shelves were empty at a Target in Apex, N.C., last week. PHOTO: MEHMET DEMIRCI/ZUMA PRESS

Target’s sales of food and household goods are surging amid the coronavirus pandemic, but profits are expected to be lower.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

$3.4 trillion unlikely to be enough

Shoppers at a New Jersey mall last year. Many Americans will run into financial distress quickly without a steady paycheck or cash buffer. PHOTO: GABBY JONES/BLOOMBERG NEWS

The US government is about to pour $US2 trillion ($3.4 trillion) into its virus-hit economy. It might not be its last trip to the well.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

One-way traffic hurts truckers

Dr. Elissa Palmer tests a patient in a truck for the coronavirus at a testing site this week in Las Vegas. PHOTO: JOHN LOCHER/ASSOCIATED PRESS

The coronavirus pandemic is whipsawing the trucking industry.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

Occidental truce with activist

Occidental Petroleum is facing plunging oil prices and falling demand due to a halt in economic activity because of the coronavirus pandemic. PHOTO: MARIO ANZUONI/REUTERS

Occidental Petroleum has given in to activist investor Carl Icahn’s demands and announced deep spending cuts.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

Hospitals seek ventilator alternative

Maurizio Cereda, a University of Pennsylvania intensive-care doctor, modeled Sea-Long’s oxygen device. PHOTO: MAURIZIO CEREDA

Some US hospitals preparing for a shortage of ventilators for COVID-19 patients are modifying other devices.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

Huawei gets back to work

(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 28, 2020 the logo of Chinese company Huawei is pictureedat their main UK offices in Reading, west of London. - Huawei is to set up a 5G equipment factory in France, announced the chairman on February 27, 2020. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)

Most employees at Huawei Technologies are back at work following the coronavirus outbreak.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

Proving that cash is king

A magnifying glass is held over a 50 subject one dollar note sheet

The fast-spreading coronavirus crisis has prompted even the biggest US firms to cut spending and bolster balance sheets.

March 26, 2020

Commentary

A booster shot for consensus?

(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 09, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden gestures as he speaks during a campaign rally at Renaissance High School in Detroit, Michigan. - Joe Biden won the Arizona Democratic primary over Bernie Sanders, giving him a sweep of the three US states which voted on March 17, 2020, TV networks said. With 56 percent of precincts reporting in Arizona, Biden led Sanders by 42.6 percent to 30.3 percent, according to New York Times figures. Biden also won primaries in Florida and Illinois on Tuesday to open up a commanding lead over Sanders in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. (Photo by JEFF KOWALSKY / AFP)

The pandemic could spur the return of consensus politics — or further anti-establishment disruption.

March 26, 2020

The Wall Street Journal

SoftBank flags asset sales as shares droop

Japan’s SoftBank Group said on Monday it would sell billions of dollars in assets to prop up its plunging stock price.

Business Review Editor

Eric Johnston joined The Australian in July 2014. Previously he was the business editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, overseeing award-winning business coverage and driving investigative reporting. He also has worked at The AFR and as a correspondent with Dow Jones, where his stories appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

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