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In the wake of a scandal that brought down the country’s former prime minister, the Malaysian government is seeking fines in excess of $2.7 billion.
The automaker appointed a special committee to review its corporate governance but declined to set a timetable for picking a new chairman.
The company said that expanding its existing operations in Manhattan would allow it to double its local work force over a decade.
Stocks in Asia ended trading largely muted, while European indexes opened slightly lower, suggesting investors were taking a wait-and-see stance amid a run of volatility.
Legal challenges forced the agency to scrap bids for a new website and other tech changes aimed at simplifying the repayment process for millions of borrowers.
Now that the supermarket tabloid has admitted to prosecutors that it did political dirty work for Donald Trump, here’s a look at its unlikely power.
The government requires people to start taking a certain amount of cash, known as a required minimum distribution, at 70½. A formula determines how much.
A defect in certain lots of Kotex tampons has caused some users to seek medical attention, their manufacturer said.
The average one-way trip for commuters in the U.S. is close to a half-hour — plenty of time for marketers to target them in new ways through old media.
Workers at tech companies like Amazon are starting to use the stock grants that they were paid to turn the tables on their employers.
The tech giant sees Facebook Watch, with its rising number of videos from internet stars, as a key to future growth.
Nashville and others are thriving thanks to a mix of luck, astute political choices and well-timed investments, while cities like Birmingham, Ala., fall behind.
“Roma” is just the start of the company’s film plans. Traditional studios and multiplex chains are wondering if the strategy will cause people to skip theaters.
Steve Jobs tried to create a manufacturing culture in Silicon Valley. As one former Apple engineer put it, "It wasn't great for business."
It's back to the drawing board on Britain’s floundering Brexit attempt. And the border wall is a sticking point in talks on continued funding of the U.S. government.
At a time when democracies and their basic values are increasingly under attack, the iconic American company has sometimes served clients in ways that directly counter American interests.
Legal scholars on opposite sides of previous Obamacare court decisions find the legal argument in this one shaky.
A phony business the Trumps created to siphon wealth from their empire drove up the rent for thousands living in their buildings.
For the first time in decades, every major investment has fared poorly. The question is whether trouble in the markets will undermine economic growth.
A New York Times investigation showed that data from over a million devices in the New York area exposed people’s daily habits.
Away from the street protests, demonstrators have built thriving communities in Facebook groups, which are helping to fuel the Yellow Vests.
As wealthy millennial customers shift their money from goods to experiences, the world’s biggest luxury group is acquiring the company behind the Hotel Cipriani and Orient Express.
The company said it would update the software of iPhones in China to try to resolve a legal dispute that threatens to block certain iPhone sales there.
The announcement is the latest in a string of problems the social network has had with consumer data.
Johnson & Johnson says its product is safe. But asbestos, a carcinogen that can exist underground near talc, was a concern inside the company for decades.
The decision to shutter the conservative magazine was contentious, with one of its founders calling the closing a “murder” and “an entirely hostile act.”
About 15,000 students who attended schools that closed will have their federal loans automatically eliminated. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fought the change.
A court had suppressed the man’s name under a legal provision meant to guarantee fair trials for defendants in the country.
Amazon’s arrival in New York City has been loud. But Google has been quietly expanding in Manhattan for years, with few complaints from residents.
The network has undertaken a companywide re-evaluation in the wake of the #MeToo movement that has forced three powerful men out of their jobs because of workplace conduct.
Roland Fryer’s ascent in the economics field was swift. Now he is embroiled in investigations into his workplace behavior.
Disappointing retail sales and industrial output figures in China helped drag markets down.
Stocks across Wall Street are enduring one of the most prolonged periods of volatility of the past decade.
The chief financial officer was arrested after a yearslong American inquiry into the Chinese telecommunications company.
Car sales are falling. Housing is slow. Workers get three-month unpaid vacations. For Chinese leaders, pressure for a trade deal with President Trump is rising.
An employee looking to make a switch gets no response and wonders if it’s because he’s the wrong “type.” Here’s how to stop brooding and take useful action.
The Democratic newcomers have a message for you: We’re cool, we’re transparent and we’ve got each others’ backs.
Widening opportunities do not automatically translate into better pay or a decline in gender discrimination.
We define immediate annuities, fixed annuities, variable annuities and index annuities, plus give you questions to ask salespeople.
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, an investigative reporter for The Times, explains how reporters discovered some of the information mobile apps collect.
What are the biggest threats to the U.S. economy next year, and will the country fall into a recession?