The Federal Reserve, buoyed by a strengthening economy, raised rates for a sixth time in three years and indicated another two increases are still expected this year.
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Amid a data scandal this week, Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, have been nowhere to be found in public.
With this year’s April 17 filing deadline fast approaching, many virtual currency traders are sweating over their tax returns.
The plan would create a system where digital businesses in Europe would have to pay taxes on their revenues, rather than their profits, to curb tax avoidance.
In Menlo Park, Calif., Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them?
After changing the fundamental idea of chip design, former academics Dave Patterson and John Hennessy have received “the Nobel Prize of computing.”
The automaker said it wanted to reassess its testing program after an autonomous Uber vehicle killed a pedestrian.
The Federal Trade Commission is said to be examining whether the social media giant violated a 2011 agreement.
Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief information security officer, who plans to leave the company by August, is known in Silicon Valley for his strong stands.
Your interest in Kim Kardashian West can tell researchers how extroverted (very), how conscientious (more than most) and how open-minded (only somewhat) you are.
Jordan A. Thomas helped create an S.E.C. program to encourage employees to alert authorities to corporate wrongdoing. Now his firm is sharing in the proceeds.
Some economists say the recovery could continue for years. But many see the seeds of the next crisis being sown in government policy choices.
After enduring criticism for allowing the rapid spread of conspiracy theories, the tech giant opened up its checkbook to support reliable journalism over the next three years.
U.S. stocks gained on Wednesday afternoon, ahead of an near-certain interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, as Facebook Inc's shares reversed course to trade higher and energy stocks got a boost from rising oil prices.
A blueprint lays out steps to enhance the party’s authority over films, TV and newspapers, as well as foreign affairs and economic policy, among other areas.
Vindu Goel, our technology reporter in Mumbai, explains how cheap mobile data is changing the country and why WhatsApp is indispensable.
The pedestrian fatality in Arizona leaves Uber’s C.E.O. with a difficult choice: keep spending on a technology essential to Uber’s future, or dial back to reduce risks ahead of an I.P.O.
Fed policymakers are expected to increase the benchmark interest rate by a quarter-point and signal their view on whether the economy is overheating.
Mr. Packer, one of Australia’s richest men, recently found himself embroiled in a corruption scandal involving Israel’s prime minister.
The former television star and the network he appeared on rebutted claims by three women that he defamed them by portraying them as liars and extortionists.
Ralph Peters, a retired lieutenant colonel, sent an email to his colleagues saying he was “ashamed” of what the channel had become.
Here’s what you need to know about a courtroom battle that could determine how you watch HBO or even sports.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, a passionate columnist and a mentoring editor at Newsday, he was a pioneer for fellow blacks in the profession.
The carrier, which transports many more pets than its American counterparts, said it was reviewing its program after sending two dogs to the wrong destinations.
His proposals found their way into Lyndon B. Johnson’s overtures to the Soviet Union, his collaboration with Western Europe and his War on Poverty.
A longstanding criticism of sentences for white-collar criminals was that they got off easy. The prison terms for Martin Shkreli and Jeffrey A. Wertkin show how that has changed.
Munich prosecutors targeted BMW’s headquarters in search of evidence of possible emissions cheating, further tarnishing the reputation of German carmakers.
At Barberette, Klara Vanova offers a catalog of hairstyles that renounce gender conformity.
Captain of business, financier, philanthropist and public-policy watchdog, Mr. Peterson rose from humble Nebraska roots to be a force in American life.
Ms. McDougal is the second woman this month to challenge Trump associates’ efforts to bury stories of extramarital relationships.
Silverstein Properties is embarking on a project to restore grandeur to the ground-floor corridor and re-establish it as a public thoroughfare.
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.
Fed policymakers conclude their March rate-setting meeting on Wednesday. It is the first such session with Jerome H. Powell as the central bank’s new chairman.
Mr. Shandling, the influential comedian who died in 2016, gets his due in a sprawling new HBO documentary.
As global finance ministers gather in Argentina, the United States’ protectionist position on trade has consumed the discussions.
Leading Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are forming a Founders for Change coalition to deliver a message to the white- and male-dominated world of venture capital.
Reno is among several Western cities experiencing congestion and new tensions as California residents and businesses seek more affordable locations.
As part of the filing, the studio said it released anyone “who suffered or witnessed any form of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein” from nondisclosure agreements.
Sure, third-party Facebook apps collected data about users’ lives. But they seemed convenient and harmless, and, really, what could go wrong?
On hundreds of magazine covers and in newspaper pages, Mr. Grossman caricatured all manner of politicians and made puns on their names.
The Trump administration also blacklisted four associates of President Nicolás Maduro, pressuring a government it has accused of graft and repression.
On Sunday, a woman in Arizona died after being struck by a self-driving car operated by Uber. Here is a guide to how autonomous vehicles operate.
The federal authorities are looking into the relationship between trial lawyers and companies that provide high-interest advances on settlements or jury awards.
As the social network’s list of woes grows, its 33-year-old founder, Mark Zuckerberg, will have to prove somehow he is not in way over his head.
Shares of technology companies plunged as investors fretted that tougher government oversight could hurt the sector’s profits.
A British TV station sent a reporter to pose as a prospective client, and secretly filmed Cambridge Analytica’s chief executive offering to engage in dirty tricks.