WSJ Minute Briefing

By The Wall Street Journal

Speed through top news in a flash. Get the most important stories you need to know from The Wall Street Journal three times daily. Whether it’s the latest on the economy, news from Silicon Valley or closing numbers from Wall Street, stay in the know during your weekday commute.

  1. 1.
    U.S. Stocks Close Out Week With Daily Gains
    1:49
  2. 2.
    House Bill Could Force Tech Giants to Shed Assets
    1:33
  3. 3.
    Bipartisan Group of Senators Agrees on Infrastructure Proposal
    1:48
  4. 4.
    S&P 500 Climbs to New Record
    1:34
  5. 5.
    U.S. Consumer Prices Surged 5% in May
    1:46
  6. 6.
    Meat Supplier JBS Says It Paid $11 Million Ransom to Hackers
    1:43
  7. 7.
    U.S. Stocks Edge Lower
    1:40
  8. 8.
    Trump's TikTok, WeChat Orders Revoked by Biden
    1:20
  1. 9.
    Senate Approves $250 Billion Bill to Support Tech Research
    1:49
  2. 10.
    Job Openings in U.S. Rise
    1:34
  3. 11.
    U.S. Markets Waver as Investors Eye Inflation
    1:41
  4. 12.
    U.S. Recovers $2.3 Million of Ransom Colonial Pipeline Paid to Hackers
    1:45
  5. 13.
    U.S. Stocks Begin Week in Mixed Territory
    1:38
  6. 14.
    FDA Approves Biogen Alzheimer's Drug
    1:26
  7. 15.
    Google Settles French Antitrust Case Over Advertising Tactics
    1:46
  8. 16.
    U.S. Stocks Close Near Record Highs
    1:57
  9. 17.
    U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.8%
    1:42
  10. 18.
    Universal Music Group Nears SPAC Deal Valuing It at $40 Billion
    1:39
  11. 19.
    Nasdaq Drops 1% Amid Broader Decline in U.S. Stocks
    1:49
  12. 20.
    New U.S. Jobless Claims Fell to 385,000 Last Week
    1:25
  13. 21.
    New York Subway Operator Reports It Was Hacked
    1:42
  14. 22.
    Meme Stocks Soar as Broader Market Inches Higher
    1:41
  15. 23.
    Inflation in Wealthy Nations Hits 12-Year High
    1:22
  16. 24.
    Oil Prices Extend Their Rally
    1:35
  17. 25.
    U.S. Stocks Waver After Manufacturing Data
    1:53
  18. 26.
    Oil Producers Agree to Increase Output
    1:26
  19. 27.
    Biden to Commemorate 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Today
    1:39
  20. 28.
    Dow Gains Nearly 2% for May
    2:14
  21. 29.
    Americans' Spending Spree Continued in April
    1:43
  22. 30.
    Google Close to Antitrust Settlement in France
    2:23
  23. 31.
    U.S. Stocks Close Mostly Higher After Jobless Claims, GDP Data
    2:09
  24. 32.
    Jobless Claims Edged Down to 406,000 Last Week
    1:37
  25. 33.
    Ford Touts Extra Spending on Electric Vehicles
    2:08
  26. 34.
    U.S. Stocks Edge Up as Inflation Concerns Abate
    2:15
  27. 35.
    Amazon to Buy MGM in Bid to Boost Streaming Content
    1:22
  28. 36.
    New Guidelines for Pipeline Operators After Colonial Pipeline Shutdown
    2:04
  29. 37.
    U.S. Stocks Edge Down After Yesterday's Rebound
    2:10
  30. 38.
    Moderna Says Its Covid-19 Vaccine Works Safely in Adolescents
    1:42
  31. 39.
    Stock Futures Rise, Led by Tech
    2:13
  32. 40.
    Investor Comfort With Pace of Recovery Pushes Markets Higher
    1:59
  33. 41.
    Stocks and Bitcoin Move Higher to Begin the Week
    1:53
  34. 42.
    Stock Futures Rise, Bitcoin Regains Some Ground
    2:04
  35. 43.
    U.S. Stocks End Bumpy Week With Mixed Session
    1:38
  36. 44.
    Existing-Home Sales Fall for Third Straight Month
    1:26
  37. 45.
    Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Set to Testify in Court Battle With Epic Games
    1:45
  38. 46.
    U.S. Stocks Snap Losing Streak, Led by Tech Shares
    1:44
  39. 47.
    More Than 20 States Plan to End Extra Federal Jobless Benefits
    1:29
  40. 48.
    Ford Unveils Electric Version of Its F-150 Lightning Pickup Truck
    1:48
  41. 49.
    Markets Climb Back From Steep Decline
    1:47
  42. 50.
    Stocks, Bitcoin Drop as Investors Retreat From Riskier Assets
    1:31

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