PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Sept 15
Reuters · 09/15 05:51
PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Sept 15

- The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has verified these stories and does vouch for their accuracy.

- The United Auto Workers union for the first time ever went on strike at all three Detroit car companies, with about 12,700 workers hitting the picket lines shortly after midnight Friday in targeted work stoppages at plants in Michigan, Ohio and Missouri.

- As the U.S. and Russia vie for greater influence in Africa, Moscow is seeking access for its warships to a Mediterranean port in Libya that could expand its footprint in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's backyard.

- Rival tech giants Microsoft MSFT.O and Oracle ORCL.N announced Thursday a deepening of their four-year-old cloud partnership, a reflection of how technology and customer demand have led to more cooperation in the fiercely competitive software business.

- Apple's AAPL.O iPhone 15 models unveiled Tuesday offered few big hardware upgrades aside from casings and connector ports, but they came attached to plenty of offers bundled with U.S. wireless plans.

- The Internal Revenue Service on Thursday announced that claims for the employee retention credit, or ERC, won;t be processed until at least 2024.

- J.B. Hunt Transport Services on Thursday said it is buying the freight brokerage operations of BNSF Logistics, an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway-owned BNSF Railway.

(Compiled by Bengaluru )