Wall Street Journal 'The Last Battle for Democracy in Venezuela' 2017-06-24T08:25:24.000000000-04:00 Under Nicolás Maduro, a country that had been one of Latin America’s wealthiest is having its democratic institutions shredded amid rising poverty and corruption. Fiat Chrysler's Green Autos Have a Problem: They're Not for Sale 2017-06-24T08:00:14.000000000-04:00 The auto maker suspended production of its well-regarded Pacifica hybrid minivan in recent weeks and has recalled it, leaving customers and dealers disappointed. Ford's Plan to Import Cars Veers From Mexico to China 2017-06-20T20:37:36.000000000-04:00 Ford said production of its Focus compact for the U.S. market is now headed for China—not Mexico—as the car maker seeks cost savings globally even as the Trump administration works to keep automotive jobs at home. UPS to Add Delivery Surcharges for Black Friday, Christmas Orders 2017-06-19T21:02:31.000000000-04:00 United Parcel Service for the first time will tack a surcharge onto most online orders shipping around the Black Friday shopping weekend and the week before Christmas. Who Can Challenge the Google-Facebook 'Duopoly'? 2017-06-19T10:18:42.000000000-04:00 Confronted with the market power of Facebook and Google, marketers and ad holding companies would welcome the emergence of a third power in digital advertising. But Amazon, Snap, Verizon and AT&T all have an incredibly long way to go challenge the “duopoly.” Britannia No Longer Rules for Investors 2017-06-18T08:01:04.000000000-04:00 A round of disappointing data and an inconclusive election have stoked investors’ concerns about the U.K. and its divorce from the European Union. Amazon's Deal for Whole Foods Seen as Ideal for Pickup and Delivery Hubs 2017-06-17T22:04:07.000000000-04:00 Amazon.com Inc.’s purchase of Whole Foods Market Inc. could fill an important logistics gap for the online retailer, providing hundreds of stores perfectly positioned to serve as pickup and delivery hubs for urban customers. The Great Mariel Boatlift Debate: Does Immigration Lower Wages? 2017-06-17T09:21:15.000000000-04:00 Decades after a wave of Cuban refugees landed in Florida, a dispute among economists over their economic impact is echoing in today’s fights over immigration. For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base 2017-06-16T20:38:13.000000000-04:00 While President Donald Trump has many solid supporters, interviews with some reluctant Trump voters indicate unease with aspects of his presidency so far. Insurers Look to Ramp Up Premiums in Health-Law Exchanges 2017-06-16T19:00:10.000000000-04:00 More major insurers are seeking premium increases averaging 20% or more for next year on plans sold under the Affordable Care Act, according to rate proposals in more than 10 states.