Shopping Online Is Getting More Expensive 

FedEx will raise shipping rates at the fastest pace in nearly a decade, adding to pressure on retailers to pass costs to customers.

J&J Says Covid-19 Vaccine Booster Two Months After First Shot Increases Protection 

Johnson & Johnson said a booster dose of its Covid-19 vaccine administered two months after the first shot increased protection against symptomatic illness in trial participants.

Uber Says It Will Post Its First Adjusted Profit 

The ride-hailing giant is set to reach the milestone months earlier than it had projected, after Lyft reached it in the second quarter.

Developer China Evergrande's 'Darkest Moment' Will Pass, Boss Tells Staff 

The boss of beleaguered China Evergrande said he expects the developer to emerge soon from what he called its "darkest moment" and pledged to deliver the homes it has promised to buyers and other stakeholders.

Credit Suisse's Archegos Disaster Exposes Cracks in Bank Regulation 

When Archegos blew up, it saddled Credit Suisse with $5.5 billion in losses. One reason investors and regulators were blindsided: a gap in the regulatory oversight of big international banks.

Apple Is Working on iPhone Features to Detect Depression, Cognitive Decline 

Apple is working on technology to help diagnose depression and cognitive decline, aiming for tools that could expand the scope of its burgeoning health portfolio.

Universal Music Shares Soar in Market Debut 

Shares of the company behind stars including Taylor Swift, Drake and the Beatles rose 38%, a strong vote of confidence from investors in continued growth in the music industry.

Fortune Appoints Insider's Alyson Shontell as Top Editor 

The digital-media veteran plans to focus on increasing the business magazine's online readership and subscriptions.

Flying Taxis' Best Ride Is to the Helicopter Market 

Helicopter operator Bristow has just preordered up to 50 vehicles from British startup Vertical Aerospace.

Honeywell at Odds With Asbestos Trust Over Bankruptcy Deal 

Honeywell International is locked in a standoff over asbestos payments with a bankruptcy trust that has accused the industrial conglomerate of "bullying and extortionate tactics" to settle injury liabilities for less than full value.


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