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The report, which excludes drivers, showed that Uber’s employees are overwhelmingly white and male, though the figures are not so different from other technology companies.
It lets people share videos and photographs in the Facebook app that will disappear after 24 hours, similar to the Stories feature on Instagram, also owned by Facebook.
The president’s failure to push through broad health care overhaul has raised questions about the prospects of a sweeping rewrite of the tax code.
After 23 Years in TriBeCa, the innovative Japanese restaurant chain will move its nerve center next week to a grand space in the financial district.
With President Trump’s focus on the border, the union’s weekly podcast has become an influential, unfiltered and entirely one-sided megaphone.
Researchers are surprised to see very little employment increase in other occupations to offset the job losses in manufacturing.
An investment of $1.2 billion in three Michigan facilities, praised by President Trump, will add or preserve 130 jobs at an engine factory.
The purchase came as the carmaker has sought to raise more cash before starting production of its Model 3, an electric vehicle targeting the mass market.
Financials companies led U.S. stock indexes higher in afternoon trading Tuesday as investors drew encouragement from new data showing strong gains in consumer confidence and U.S. home prices. Energy stocks also rose as crude oil prices headed higher. Health care and utilities lagged the broader market.
In Apalachicola, Fla., residents are divided over how to solve a lack of affordable housing. Some advocate converting early examples of African-American architecture.
Cutting benefits and training won’t help working-class voters hit by disruptions in trade or address its toll on families, job prospects and longevity.
A front page with Theresa May, Britain’s prime minister, and Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, elicited immediate outrage.
Pending court approval, the supermarket giant’s domestic arm would enter a deferred prosecution agreement and pay a $162 million penalty.
Although the country has had equal pay laws for half a century, gaps still exist, and new legislation is intended to address the imbalances more forcefully.
The South Korean giant is considering offering refurbished models of its canceled smartphone, a move that has raised eyebrows in the technology world.
Having bought out Uber in China, the company now wants SoftBank of Japan to join in a multibillion-dollar investment round, people familiar with the talks say.
President Trump named Makan Delrahim, a White House legal counsel, to lead the Justice Department’s review of mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Icahn has not been charged with any wrongdoing. But prosecutors suggested the defendant, William Walters, might have made profitable trades based on tips from him.
The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president’s plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high.
While Persian Gulf carriers scramble to accommodate their most lucrative customers, business travelers worry about losing work time.
Saudi Arabia is aiming to increase the company’s appeal to international investors as it gets ready to sell a 5 percent stake.
Lost in the fury directed at United Airlines over turning away two teenagers in leggings was the fact that most passes for airlines’ employees come with a dress code.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the bronze figure, which stares down the well-known “Charging Bull” statue, “is inspiring everyone at a moment we need inspiration.”
The crucial first step for the agency’s next chairman will be the appointment of a new director of the enforcement division.