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A $300 million chateau is one of a string of extravagant purchases for a prince who is cracking down on ill-gotten wealth and preaching fiscal austerity.
The island has been hammered by a financial crisis and a hurricane. Now, tens of thousands of people are at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure.
With sexual harassment revelations rife and public spaces threatened, some women are wondering just why they wear these things.
Britain’s plan to leave the European Union has prompted thousands of Europeans to return to the Continent, forcing British employers to compete for a diminishing pool of workers.
A growing number of Americans are working well past the age of 75, for a variety of reasons: Some want to make a contribution, some need the income, and some just love their jobs.
Accusations of sexual harassment and assault have not been received with the same uproar and solidarity as in the United States and beyond.
In a 37-page letter made public in court, a former Uber security employee detailed a massive intelligence-gathering operation that included tailing rival executives.
Several expected changes made the final cut, including a big increase in the standard deduction and a reduction in state and local income tax breaks.
The annual trip to the department store has long been a Christmas tradition, but in 2017, you can’t just show up anymore.
More state officials are warning about the dangers of upsetting the North American Free Trade Agreement, but the White House so far appears unmoved.
Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Bob Corker of Tennessee, who had been holdouts, said they would support the bill, putting it within striking distance of passage.
Disney has achieved great success under the leadership of Robert A. Iger. But he is likely to be judged on the success of his 21st Century Fox deal.
In a remarkable blog post, Facebook cited research showing that “passively consuming” social media made people feel worse. It also said it was trying to fix the problem.
It seems every podcast company is starting its own counterintuitive take on history. But how effective are they at actually illuminating our past?
A higher standard deduction means fewer taxpayers will itemize their deductions. Without the tax incentive, donations are expected to go down.
A poll finds that Americans don’t expect their own taxes to decline next year and doubt that the Republican plan will raise wages or economic growth.
Mr. Peltz, an activist investor who has sought the seat since July, will also be nominated to the board during next year’s annual meeting, the company said
Procter & Gamble has appointed activist investor Nelson Peltz to its board following a certified recount of shareholder votes cast at its annual meeting in October.
A video featuring the F.C.C. chief defending a repeal of net neutrality rules in a Santa suit and doing the Harlem Shake is attracting some disdain.
Europe’s biggest budget airline reversed a longstanding policy in the hope of averting threatened strikes during the busy holiday travel period.
A balsam fir tree’s journey from a farm in Nova Scotia to a living room in Ridgewood, Queens, reveals the hard work necessary to deliver holiday cheer.
Know Your Meme, a database for the internet’s inside jokes, runs with the help of 38 volunteer moderators known as the meme council. These are their stories.
With competition among streaming services growing, the tech giant added an untitled space drama from an executive producer of the rebooted “Battlestar Galactica.”
Their acceptance of a “divorce deal” opens the way for discussions on a transitional period and the nature of trade relations with Britain
Writers from across the political spectrum on the vote Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission to dismantle Obama-era rules on net neutrality.
In its megadeal with 21st Century Fox, Disney acquired 22 regional sports networks that it believes will complement ESPN. It’s unclear how that will happen.
A network support engineer installs machines and lockers for faster distribution of employee supplies in buildings that include nuclear power plants.
After an article is published about a “job creator” in a state that voted for Donald Trump, new on-the-ground conversations add richness and depth.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules. Here’s what you need to know.
Our reporters look at the week in tech, including the F.C.C.’s decision to repeal net neutrality and Bitcoin’s continued boom.
The energy giant is returning to a business it backed away from after the costly and reputation-tarnishing Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The Scottish designer abruptly announced his departure as chief creative officer 18 months after taking the job.
Bitcoin’s price is supported by the “animal spirits” of those betting on it, not by economic fundamentals. No wonder the market has been chaotic.
As more people explore the world on their own, travel companies are beginning to find more meaningful ways to serve them.
The Justice Department moved to block AT&T’s attempted acquisition of Time Warner. So why would it approve this $52.4 billion megadeal?
Newly under Republican control, the National Labor Relations Board changed the standard for holding a company responsible for a franchisee’s practices.
Netflix is the clear leader in the streaming wars, but Disney’s deal with 21st Century Fox changes things. Here’s a look at the various streaming services.
Executives at the deeply indebted conglomerate say it still enjoys support from lenders, even as bond prices fall and regulators raise questions.
Mr. Evey persuaded his bosses at Getty Oil to invest in the start-up sports network and then helped manage it as it took wing.
Disney's deal to buy most of 21st Century Fox's assets started with an informal chat at Rupert Murdoch's winery.
With pay-TV group Sky soon to be owned by Disney, some European telecoms may need to scale back their ambitions for producing content.
The automaker, long absent from the city proper, will create a hub there for work on self-driving and electric cars.
Larry David’s cringe humor sitcom, which returned this fall after a long hiatus, will begin production on a new season in the spring.