PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Dec 1

Dec 1 (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.

- Elon Musk's startup Neuralink Corp should be ready to test its technology on humans in six months, the entrepreneur said Wednesday during a live-streamed update about progress the company has made with its brain-implant technology.

- General Electric Co said current shareholders would get one share in the new GE HealthCare Technologies Inc for every three shares they hold in GE and the separation is set for Jan. 3 after the markets close, and the new shares will trade on Nasdaq under the symbol GEHC.

- Salesforce Inc said co-CEO Bret Taylor is leaving a year after he was elevated to run the business-software provider alongside Chairman Marc Benioff, ending the company's second experiment in recent years with dual leadership.

- TikTok Chief Executive Shou Chew said the video-sharing platform is taking greater steps to keep user data secure and that it needs to invest more in protecting young people from getting exposed to harmful content.

- The Food and Drug Administration said a Covid-19 antibody treatment from Eli Lilly & Co is no longer authorized for use because it isn't likely to be effective against certain Omicron offshoots now dominant in the U.S.

- Meta Platforms Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Apple Inc holds too much sway over the mobile-app ecosystem and that he is still optimistic about his company's metaverse ambitions, even if they might not come to fruition for many years. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)