Dec 2 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Tesla Inc delivered its first all-electric semitrailer trucks to PepsiCo Inc on Thursday, marking the company's long-delayed expansion beyond the passenger vehicle market after five years Musk revealing the model.
- Blackstone's Real Estate Income Trust Inc more commonly known as BREIT, said Thursday in a letter posted to its website that the amount of withdrawals requested in October exceeded its monthly limit of 2% of its net-asset value and its quarterly threshold of 5%.
- Kroger Co Chief Executive Rodney McMullen said food inflation in the U.S. is starting to moderate, though prices have yet to broadly fall across supermarket aisles in an interview.
- The Federal Communications Commission said Thursday that deploying more Musk's SpaceX satellites would be in the public interest, but it stopped short of immediately clearing the nearly 30,000 satellites it requested.
- Walt Disney Co was working with consulting firm McKinsey & Co. in recent months on an effort to centralize control of major spending decisions, triggering an uproar from top creative executives at the entertainment giant, according to people familiar with the matter.
- Parlement Technologies Inc said Thursday the decision to terminate the sale of the social media platform Parler to Kanye West had been made in mid-November and was in the interest of both parties. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)