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Department stores and other retailers struggling to beat back e-commerce are taking cues from online start-ups by experimenting with small showrooms.
Will companies invest their cash windfall from the Republican tax plans? Also, the Murdochs are in talks with suitors interested in pieces of their empire. But will they sell?
Aiming to remake a multibillion-dollar industry, the automaker said it would have a semi for sale in two years that would be nearly self-driving.
Apple had said its HomePod speaker, a response to Amazon’s Echo, would debut this year. Now it won’t be released till early next year.
Wall Street ended the week on a sour note on Friday, with major indexes slipping modestly as investors weighed the fate of the Republicans' tax overhaul plan.
Senate Republicans included a provision in the tax proposal that would clarify a policy toward companies that help maintain private aircraft.
The Trump administration’s signals have hurt Time Warner shares. But there is money to be made if last month’s pricing was more accurate than today’s.
A provision in the House and Senate tax bills will change, but not close, the so-called carried interest tax loophole, which benefits wealthy people.
GAC Motor wants to lead an export push as China prepares the rest of its auto industry to go global and, in particular, target the American market.
Two-thirds admit to streaming movies and TV shows outside the home. And 12 percent who watch in public have done so in public restrooms.
The state is the first to have businesses that don’t offer their own plans automatically enroll workers for a payroll deduction. Workers can opt out.
The biggest European budget airline employs many of its pilots as contract workers — many of whom are pushing back after a recent flight cancellation episode erupted into a clash.
Tax cuts that give rich people more money aren’t good for anyone, including the rich. Believing it will help them buy special things is a cognitive error.
Island states that are least responsible for global emissions but most vulnerable to storms and rising seas are looking outside the United Nations process for aid.
Pity the tax adviser trying to calm anxious clients while struggling to figure out what Congress may or may not do.
With the help of a “run right” board and a conveyor for traveling between floors, a shift lead keeps processes at Quaker Oats running smoothly.
Scarcely 5,000 estates a year fall under the tax, but those seeking to reduce or eliminate it have outsize influence.
Clear uses biometric technology (fingerprints, iris scans) to help passengers get through security. Here’s how the program works.
The Justice Department’s new antitrust chief Makan Delrahim laid out the principles that could guide a suit to block AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner.
When the hurricane-ravaged island needs Washington’s help most, 2016 legislation that set up an oversight board is restricting federal authority.
The agency voted to relax several rules, including allowing a company to own more than one of the top stations in a local market.
Fans of Italy’s A.C. Milan greeted its new owner as a savior. Today, as the debt-burdened team bleeds money, questions swirl around its new benefactor.
The online retailer is a rarity: A start-up that has been profitable. But investors will have to decide if it can compete with the e-commerce behemoth.
The cable giant is discussing acquiring the Fox movie studio, the FX network, regional sports channels and a vast overseas TV distribution business.
The spill in South Dakota comes just days before Nebraska regulators will decide on a permit needed for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline
The agency plans to speed approval of treatments to get them to the market faster, signaling the quickened pace of advancements in this field.
The Justice Department is favoring divestiture, meaning CNN might have to go. But experts say many concerns can be addressed with “conduct remedies.”
In Virginia, premiums on policies sold under the Affordable Care Act are pushing health coverage out of reach, and customers see political forces at work.
The move signals that the country, Europe’s top producer, does not have full confidence in oil’s future.
As American lawmakers weigh a repeal, automakers are gathering in China, a country demanding they sell more electric cars.
Mick Mulvaney, the White House budget director, was a co-sponsor of a bill to shut down the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
In a brief address at the United Nations climate conference in Bonn, a State Department official mentions climate change and not coal, drawing (polite) applause.
The House tax bill, which passed on Thursday, is different in some significant ways from the Senate bill, which must still be voted on.
The Cadillac Super Cruise system is the latest in semiautonomous driving technology, allowing drivers to keep their hands off the wheel as long as they pay attention to the road.
Thousands of businesses, many of them small or midsize, will soon get a letter saying they owe penalties because they failed to offer qualifying insurance.
Beer makers around the country are taking on another brew — roasting coffee, opening cafes and working both ends of the day.
Coming off a tumultuous year, the museum is reducing its deficit and aiming to increase transparency. An $80 million donation helps.
The billionaire Koch brothers are said to have tentatively agreed to support the publisher Meredith’s offer with an equity injection of more than $500 million.
The Green Climate Fund was meant to help developing countries tackle climate change, but many of the most vulnerable nations have not seen any grants.
Black Cube, hired to ferret out information on a Weinstein accuser, used an elaborate ruse involving a fake job interview in another case.
The move shakes up the country’s political calculus and its economy, which has been plagued by corruption.
Trian Fund Management, Mr. Peltz’s investment firm, announced that a preliminary independent vote count showed that he had been elected to P.&G.’s board.
Most third-party sellers on Amazon do not collect sales tax. States, thirsty for the millions of dollars in unpaid revenue, are coming for the money.