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President Trump’s threat was the latest volley in a dizzying trade dispute that has pitted the world’s two largest economies against each other.
In communities across the country, the billionaire conservatives are waging a sophisticated fight against new rail projects and bus routes.
Brewers want the government to examine the way a benchmark measure of the thinly traded physical aluminum markets is calculated, saying it could be manipulated.
The newspaper that serves as the Chinese Communist Party’s mouthpiece, and other state-controlled outlets, had harsh words for the president’s tariff move.
Under development for six years, IBM Debater reflects a push toward machines that talk like humans. But it may have to work on getting to the point.
Mr. Pearlstine, a veteran of Time Inc., Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal, was appointed by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, who took ownership of the paper on Monday.
The trade measures President Trump is imposing will do little to hurt China’s growth, though they could add to Beijing’s problems down the road.
Caught in the trade fight between Washington and Beijing, Mr. Cook, the company’s chief executive, has become something of an envoy while trying to protect Apple’s business in China.
To promote diversity, big pension funds and college endowments could insist on equitable hiring practices at investment firms.
Proving a criminal case against Ms. Holmes, the founder of Theranos, and Ramesh Balwani, its former president, may not be as easy as it appears.
Mr. Stadler, a member of Volkswagen’s management board, had been placed under formal investigation days earlier.
Disney’s deal for Fox’s assets faces a new challenge from Comcast. No matter which comes out on top, it is Rupert Murdoch who will be the real winner.
The company’s $550 million investment is another sign of how American tech giants still want to do business in China, despite the many hurdles.
A survey at the Yale C.E.O. Summit showed what many corporate chieftains took away from the Trump-Kim talks, the AT&T ruling, and more.
A group of journalists leaves a shrinking daily to start a new outlet, The Colorado Sun, in partnership with a blockchain company.
The technology company is struggling to move the needle when it comes to increasing diversity in the workplace. Here are some charts.
Buried in a new N.I.H. report are disturbing examples of coordination between scientists and the alcohol industry on a study that could have changed America’s drinking habits.
Its search engine has been blocked in the country for years, but the company is looking for other ways to be part of the flourishing internet scene there.
The tabloid publisher added In Touch, Life & Style and Closer to a portfolio that already included The National Enquirer, Us Weekly and Star.
Marion Hedges had been shopping for Halloween candy when two boys pushed a cart off a fourth-story walkway. It hit her head, leaving her with brain damage.
Global stocks dropped Monday on concerns over trade as the U.S. and China scheduled the start of tariffs on each other's goods.
Here’s what top business executives at the Yale C.E.O. Summit thought about last week’s Trump-Kim meeting and the AT&T court ruling.
The website Black-Owned Brooklyn has become an unexpected barometer of a black renaissance in areas of the city notorious for gentrification.
Google and Facebook are struggling to catch up with Twitch, a service that Amazon bought four years ago for $1.1 billion.
Gaming disorder is being recognized for the first time by the World Health Organization. But of the few treatment options available, most are uninsured and unproven.
Apps have become a critical part of companies’ financial strategies, but people are getting savvier about them and less forgiving if they think their performance is subpar.
The Senate will also vote on an amendment that would block President Trump’s ZTE deal, and the Fox board will weigh Comcast’s $65 billion offer.
After serving in his predecessor’s shadow, Kevin Johnson will be on his own. In his first interview since the announcement, Mr. Johnson talks about his priorities.
Wall Street is betting that the trade frictions won’t derail the United States’ strong economy. But will investors shrug off an escalation?
By renovating a symbol of the city’s decline, the company hopes to create a magnet for the talent needed to prevail in the next automotive era.
Mr. Hardwick, a comedian and television personality, denied allegations from his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra that he sexually assaulted her.
The review uncovered “significant problems” with remarks that Kevin Cullen made in radio interviews and public appearances after the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013.
After the card, featuring a black couple, drew complaints about racial stereotyping, Target and American Greetings pulled it from thousands of stores.
A campaign to get the street cafes the status of “intangible cultural heritage” is underway. Supporters cite the role they played after the 2015 terrorist attacks.
As President Trump intensifies trade hostilities, the potential for conflict has begun to disrupt business, sowing worries about global economic growth.
As the kingdom prepares for its next evolution, Saudi Aramco is central. But a planned public listing leaves the company, and the country, at risk.
The former darling of Silicon Valley and the former president of her blood testing company are accused of defrauding investors, doctors and patients in a federal indictment.
John Stankey, a 30-year veteran of AT&T, will now oversee the rechristened WarnerMedia after the telecom company’s acquisition of Time Warner.
AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner marked the end of a once sprawling media empire. Here are the deals that built AOL Time Warner and the asset sales that unwound it.
A survey shows a sharp partisan split in consumer confidence. But a third of Democrats say President Trump deserves some credit for economic gains.
The dismissal of Rob Rogers, the longtime editorial cartoonist and a frequent critic of President Trump, was the latest controversy involving the paper’s editorial page.
The drive to reduce the use of plastics has gathered pace in Britain, winning the support of the government, the Church of England and even the queen.