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Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan suffered a crushing defeat, which thrust Britain further into political chaos. She must come up with a backup proposal by Monday.
Mr. Lampert, a hedge fund manager, was the only bidder in a closed-door auction this week who sought to keep Sears operating as a “going concern.”
After raising $6 million, the start-up NewsGuard, co-founded by Steve Brill, has signed Microsoft as its first major client. The main goal: to combat the spread of false stories on the internet.
Claudia Weber, 55, takes the train into Munich, Germany, each day, and turned her frustrations with a year of spotty service into a four-foot striped scarf.
To lure workers, developers and owners of office buildings in dense urban areas are adding terraces and transforming once-barren rooftops into parklike settings.
Mr. Ghosn, detained since November on allegations of financial misconduct, now faces months of additional jail time as his case heads to court.
The former PepsiCo chief executive has been courted by Ivanka Trump, who is helping lead the search for a new World Bank president.
A filing in a Massachusetts lawsuit contains dozens of internal Purdue Pharma documents suggesting the family was far more involved than the company has long contended.
The percentage of minorities and women serving as directors of America’s largest public companies has risen since 2016, but white men still dominate, the Alliance for Board Diversity found.
Andrea Orcel, Europe’s most famous investment banker, was poised to become the new chief executive of Santander. But the bank refused to pay him compensation earned at his previous post.
At 61, an editor known for his obsessive style steps away from a publication that told New Yorkers where to eat and what to think. “I don’t wake up obsessed every morning, and I used to,” he said.
Writers and editors talk about Adam Moss, the editor of New York magazine, who announced on Tuesday that he is stepping down after leading the publication for 15 years.
Federal prosecutors in New Jersey said the men had breached a Securities and Exchange Commission database to obtain information about companies that was not yet public.
The automakers will develop and build pickup trucks and vans for various markets while pursuing wider cooperation on advanced technologies.
The volatility that defined stocks late last year has receded, but the concerns of bond investors can be seen in the narrowing of the so-called yield curve.
When refrigerators can order food, washers and dryers can supply your detergent and robots can give you a massage — how much better can life be?
The company said it would increase rates for its 58 million subscribers in the United States 13 to 18 percent, its biggest increase since it started its streaming service 12 years ago.
Ren Zhengfei, C.E.O. of the Chinese tech giant, said he would wait to see if President Trump intervened in the case of his daughter, who is accused of fraud.
Rewriting its slogan as “Is this the best a man can get?”, the razor brand presented examples of toxic masculinity, earning itself both celebrity praise and calls for a boycott.
Mr. Pearlman’s ARP synthesizers were once ubiquitous in pop and electronic music. By the mid-1970s, they commanded 40 percent of the market.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said he will push to eliminate single-use plastic bags in the state. But so far, there are scant details about his plan.
Three companies agreed to a pilot program with city. The results showed environmental benefits but left unanswered what tight controls mean for profits.
The passenger carried the gun through a security checkpoint in Atlanta on Jan. 2, but T.S.A. officials said the government shutdown did not play a role in the security breach.
He was even credited with coining the term as a co-founder of the world’s largest direct-marketing ad agency, long before there were internet cookies.
The utility faces $30 billion in potential liability over deadly fires linked to its equipment. Critics say it is pressuring the state to shield it.
It wasn’t a new thing, for the president to go after the Amazon founder. But it was odd to see him making nice with his onetime friend David J. Pecker.
Stephen B. Burke, the chief executive of NBCUniversal, put Jeff Shell in charge of the company’s Hollywood operations, while Mark Lazarus will oversee its TV assets.
The company’s chief says the automaker no longer needs a merger or alliance to remain competitive, thanks to strong sales of its S.U.V.s and trucks.
The newspaper chain MNG Enterprises, backed by the hedge fund Alden Global Capital, is seeking to acquire the publisher of more than 100 newspapers.
Arriving from Europe with diamonds in his shoes (hidden there), he found renown in his field with real-world applications, like charting a stock market.
New York City filed a lawsuit against a ring of real estate brokers for using Airbnb to illegally rent out apartments in five Manhattan buildings.
Airline cards offer free checked bags and priority boarding. But general-use cards with travel perks are often a better choice, an analysis found.
The first of the largest United States banks to report earnings for last year’s fourth quarter warned that Fed policy and the trade war between the United States and China were creating new risks.
Players had to defuse a toy bomb before time ran out. The manufacturer thought children would see themselves as heroes but critics did not see it that way.
The inquiry comes after hundreds of Chinese parents demonstrated outside a local government office, angered that their children had received expired polio vaccines.
Reports about the use of homegrown disinformation online in a 2017 Senate race suggest foreign operatives may be just one thing threatening the integrity of the next presidential election.
Sales of the British standby have soared so much that the country added it back to the basket of goods it uses to measure inflation. Now, distillers are looking to reach a global cocktail crowd.
The utility faces an estimated $30 billion exposure to liability for damages from the 2017 and 2018 wildfires that killed scores in Northern California.
MNG Enterprises, the owner of one of the largest newspaper businesses in the country, made a takeover offer for Gannett. But it has been rebuffed before.
The Portland Press Herald in Maine said it would bring back its local book reviews if the author and his followers brought in 100 new subscriptions. They brought in twice that.
Automakers are rolling out models meant to widen the appeal of electric cars. But making it easier and faster to charge them is a crucial challenge.
Six staffers, including five in the editorial department, were laid off, the publisher said. Alt-weeklies have been hit hard by advertising declines.
The private company, which aims to send humans to Mars, will have about 6,000 employees remaining after the companywide layoffs.