Disney World, Disneyland to Mandate Masks Indoors

Walt Disney Co. DIS 0.36% said it will begin mandating that guests at its domestic theme parks wear masks when indoors, as Covid-19 infection rates surge in Florida and California. The new policy, affecting visitors to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla.,

Apple and Tesla Are the Chip Shortage's Latest Victims

The chip shortage is about to hit the iPhone. Apple Inc. and Tesla Inc. are set to begin feeling the impact of a significant disruption to the global supply of microprocessors, a sign that even some of the largest, best-supplied companies can

Ford Posts Surprise Profit Amid Strong New-Car Market

Ford Motor Co. posted a surprise second-quarter profit and raised its earnings outlook for the year, saying it sees an easing to the computer-chip shortage that has hampered vehicle output for months. Ford said it expects to boost deliveries to dealerships globally

Samsung Profit Rises 73% as Memory-Chip Demand Surges

SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. offset relative weakness in smartphone shipments by capitalizing on another quarter of roaring demand for its memory chips. Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone and memory-chip maker, is considered an industry bellwether because it is both a major electronics

Samsung Profit Rises 35% as Memory-Chip Demand Surges

SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. offset relative weakness in smartphone shipments by capitalizing on another quarter of roaring demand for its memory chips. Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone and memory-chip maker, is considered an industry bellwether because it is both a major electronics

Apple Expected to Post Record Profit, as Demand Remains Strong

Apple Inc. on Tuesday is expected to post a record spring-quarter profit, as customers continue to embrace new iPhones and other devices and investors look for signs the company’s pandemic-induced success will continue. Analysts predict the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant will post

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