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  1. Elon Musk Says Twitter Bid Can’t Move Forward Without More Clarity on Fake Accounts

    Elon Musk Says Twitter Bid Can’t Move Forward Without More Clarity on Fake Accounts

    The Tesla CEO said his $44 billion bid can’t move forward until the company is clearer about how many of its accounts are fake.

  2. Stock Futures Rise Ahead of Retail Data, Powell Talk

    Stock Futures Rise Ahead of Retail Data, Powell Talk

    Technology stocks emerged as early winners in the premarket session

  3. U.S. Retail Sales Grew in April as Inflation Stayed High, Economists Say

    U.S. Retail Sales Grew in April as Inflation Stayed High, Economists Say

    A shift in consumer spending from goods toward services could show that shoppers spent more at bars and restaurants last month.

  4. Cerebral Says It Will Stop Prescribing Most Controlled Substances

    Cerebral Says It Will Stop Prescribing Most Controlled Substances

    Online mental-health company Cerebral said it would stop prescribing almost all controlled substances, expanding an overhaul of its treatment practices in the wake of scrutiny over how it provided stimulants for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

  5. Home Depot Raises Outlook as Fewer Customers Spend More

    Home Depot Raises Outlook as Fewer Customers Spend More

    The home-improvement chain said that the average amount spent per transaction rose 11.4% while the number of transactions declined 8.2% in the first quarter, as inflation continues to lift prices across its stores.

  6. Fight Brews Over Cost of SEC Climate-Change Rules

    Fight Brews Over Cost of SEC Climate-Change Rules

    Investors are demanding the environmental-impact data but companies balk at their expense under the plan

  7. Ukraine Says Long Combat Mission in Mariupol Has Ended

    Ukraine Says Long Combat Mission in Mariupol Has Ended

    Ukraine’s government said its combat mission in Mariupol was over and evacuations of its soldiers had begun, concluding months of bloody battling against Russian forces that ended with a dramatic siege at an abandoned steel plant where fighters and civilians took refuge.

  8. WSJ Future of Everything Festival Features Interviews With the Fed’s Jerome Powell and Singer J Balvin

    WSJ Future of Everything Festival Features Interviews With the Fed’s Jerome Powell and Singer J Balvin

    Executives from Wells Fargo, Magic Leap, Frontier Airlines, Gopuff, Chloé and more are also set to speak on the first day of the wide-ranging event.

  9. Atlanta’s No. 1 Broker Bought Homes for Big Investors From 600 Miles Away

    Atlanta’s No. 1 Broker Bought Homes for Big Investors From 600 Miles Away

    Broker based in South Florida bought or leased 300 homes worth more than $80 million last year

  10. FDA Eases Baby-Formula Import Rules to Boost Supplies

    FDA Eases Baby-Formula Import Rules to Boost Supplies

    Overseas makers will need to apply with the agency to make shipments to the U.S., and safety and quality checks will follow.