June 7 (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.
- Anthem Inc said it will pull out of the health-insurance exchange in Ohio next year, leaving a second region of the country poised to have no marketplace options under the Affordable Care Act and increasing pressure on Republicans as they seek to replace it. on.wsj.com/2rzwAhk
- Uber Technologies Inc has fired more than 20 workers as a result of an investigation into claims it has an aggressive, male-dominated workplace that permits sexual harassment and sexism, according to an employee who attended a company-wide meeting. on.wsj.com/2rzrbGN
- Macy's Inc met with investors to lay out its strategy, but ended up triggering a new panic over the beleaguered retail sector. on.wsj.com/2rzpRnl
- Amazon.com Inc launched the latest salvo in an e-commerce battle with Wal-Mart Stores Inc by targeting its stronghold: lower-income consumers. on.wsj.com/2rzCQp7
- General Motors Co shareholders signaled continued patience with Chief Executive Mary Barra's attempts to boost a languishing share price, rejecting hedge-fund manager David Einhorn's proposal to split the company's stock into two classes. on.wsj.com/2rzpdpU
- Several state officials and auto makers are pillorying Volkswagen AG's plan to sell battery juice to Americans driving electric cars, contending the project more resembles an unfair government-backed windfall than penance for cheating on emissions tests. on.wsj.com/2rzBBX1
Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom