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Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer notice.
The sum is a small fraction of what Turkey needs to shore up its faltering economy, but it was a symbolically important sign of international support.
The country has unique challenges, but other emerging markets where big borrowing fueled rapid growth and strong returns could feel the pinch of a stronger dollar.
The same traits that have made Mr. Musk a great entrepreneur also make him a potentially troublesome chief executive. Tesla’s board should act as a filter.
Uber’s latest quarterly results indicate little change to its financial trajectory under Dara Khosrowshahi, who took over a year ago.
The government is investigating Tesla after Mr. Musk said he had secured funding to take the electric-car company private, causing its shares to soar.
As I learned about companies that track “behavioral biometric” data, I developed a jarring mental image of computers silently recording my clicks, pauses, mouse swoops and typos.
Bureaucratic reshuffling made it difficult for the company, an emblem of Chinese innovation, to get approvals to make money off new games, hurting earnings.
Wall Street fell in a day of heavy trading on Wednesday with the S&P 500 posting its biggest percentage drop since late June as investors turned risk-averse on disappointing earnings and escalating global tariff worries.
Twitter said a tweet by Mr. Jones violated its rules against inciting violence. The move was Twitter’s harshest against Mr. Jones and his company.
President Moon Jae-in has taken a more assertive stand than the United States in offering inducements for the North to relinquish its nuclear weapons.
With their low cost and ease of handling, drones are saving money and time on big construction projects. They could also save lives.
An initiative started by The Boston Globe has enlisted more than 200 newspapers nationwide to publish editorials on Thursday in favor of the news media.
Tim Herrera, editor of The New York Times’s Smarter Living section, does not believe the answer to happiness is less technology. Here’s why.
Visitor numbers were rebounding this year, but with the recent crisis, this one economic, many wonder if another setback is looming.
The private equity firm is informally advising Elon Musk on his push to remove the automaker from public markets. It’s been here before, with Dell.
More companies are getting into the hotel business, from home furnishing retailers to fitness clubs and film companies.
Muriel Pénicaud has one of the toughest jobs around: overseeing a revamp of France’s voluminous labor code.
Tesla’s board of directors has hired multiple outside law firms, and a number of board members and Tesla employees have urged Mr. Musk to stop posting on Twitter.
Although the subscription-based movie ticket service has three million customers, questions have been raised about the company’s viability. The New York Times’s Hollywood reporter, Brooks Barnes, explains why.