Chinese EV Maker XPeng Makes Debut in Hong Kong

Chinese electric-vehicle maker XPeng Inc. made its debut on Hong Kong’s stock exchange on Wednesday, wrapping up a listing that brings it closer to investors in China and offers it insurance against the risk of being kicked off U.S. markets. XPeng, which

Almonds Swept California Farms. Then the Water Ran Out.

As another severe drought takes its toll in California, some farmers are backing away from one of their most profitable crops: almonds. For years the nuts have been one of California’s star crops, exported in bulk and used in food products throughout

Court Strikes Down Attempt to Expand Summer Ethanol Sales

A federal appeals court Friday struck down a 2019 rule-change to expand summertime ethanol sales, saying the Trump administration overreached its authority when it lifted a ban on gasoline with a higher ethanol content. The decision is a loss for corn farmers