Vaping-related lung illnesses have been on the rise, and investigations are underway by federal and state health departments.
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The company, which began as a comedy website, has branched out to podcasts and feature films, including “Between Two Ferns: The Movie,” which debuts on Netflix on Friday.
The scale of suspensions, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, was far larger than the social network had previously revealed.
The National Labor Relations Board has moved to reverse a 2016 ruling that eased the way for organizing at private universities.
After a blockbuster acquisition, Bayer may lose billions over claims that the No. 1 agricultural chemical is unsafe. But its market niche seems secure.
Vice Chair Richard Clarida signaled another cut could be coming but stopped short of promising one, saying the Fed is taking decisions one by one.
The offer pertains to captive insurance, a way to insure against risks not covered by traditional means. But it has created an incentive for tax avoidance.
Most counselors suggest starting near home and visiting a mix of college types, like an urban college, a large public university and a small, liberal arts campus.
A nascent group in California offers a model for organizing a far-flung work force, and wielding political influence, through innovative technology.
Tension has grown among a 6,000-person work force as it waits to sell company shares, people with knowledge of the situation said.
ImageNet Roulette, a digital art project and viral selfie app, exposes how biases have crept into the artificial-intelligence technologies changing our lives.
Mr. Jones and a partner built large chains of nursing homes and hospitals. He later turned Humana into a major force in health insurance.
The strike by the United Auto Workers, in its fifth day, is causing layoffs in related operations but has not yet resulted in shortages at dealers.
The president says he will not accept an interim trade deal and accused China of building up its military with funds earned through unfair trade practices.
Mr. Hilton successfully expanded the hotel chain founded by his father, but he said his happiest days were when he owned the Chargers football team.
The government is reportedly putting pressure on some of the country’s richest families to invest in Aramco’s forthcoming stock sale, the FT reports.
Most inheritances are about $50,000. Whether you come into a little money or a lot, waiting to make any moves is one of the best things to do first.
An analysis of six trips in North America evaluates which method is quicker, cheaper and easier.
The practice, which the bureau says is vital to counterterrorism efforts, casts a much wider net than previously disclosed, newly released documents show.
A choose-your-own-adventure series is designed to give young Tinder swipers something to talk about.
Technical skills taught in college have a short shelf life, while a liberal arts education prepares graduates for jobs that haven’t been invented yet.
Bummed out by the world and their role in it, tech workers are seeking help — and founding some start-ups along the way.
The seizure of the pilot, allegedly because air-gun pellets were found in his luggage, marks the latest difficulty for foreign travelers and companies in China.
YouTube is changing whom it will verify and why. Creators say they’re baffled and upset.
The Amazon and Facebook leaders were there for different reasons, but the appearances highlighted their companies’ need to reshape the public debate about their practices.
The gun manufacturer said the market had an adequate supply of sporting rifles and it would focus on its military and law enforcement contracts instead.
The company said the cost of fighting lawsuits brought by states could jeopardize its owners’ ability to contribute $3 billion to a national opioids settlement.
Known for its quiet and steady growth, Stripe said on Thursday that it received new funding that made it worth $35 billion.
Versions of the drug have been found to contain low levels of a carcinogen. But it’s still on pharmacy shelves. Here’s what you need to know.
Making a public statement about a stock market debut in a particular year is unusual among technology start-ups, which typically keep their plans secret.
Saudi Aramco is using up its reserves and buying some oil products in a bid to keep customers happy while damaged facilities are repaired.
Health officials have recommended that people refrain from using e-cigarettes as they investigate a severe lung illness that has killed eight people. Here are some things to consider.
In the past decade, only 11 percent of all work acquired by the country’s top museums was by women.
‘Gorpcore’ jackets and ’90s-inspired comfort items have made her one of the most sought-after designers in New York.
An increasing share of Americans say the tariff fight with China will be bad for the United States, and the concern crosses party lines.
Here’s the difference between “nice to have” and “need to have” products at work.
Walmart C.E.O. Doug McMillon will head the C.E.O. trade group and replace JPMorgan’s chief, Jamie Dimon.
Pledging that the retailer would be carbon neutral by 2040, Jeff Bezos, the C.E.O., said it was ordering 100,000 electric delivery trucks.
It’s more than just ticket sales. Rich Luker, a social psychologist, studies fandom and why, for example, someone might get a tattoo of their favorite team.
Juul and other manufacturers had hoped to expand to the country, which has one of the highest rates of tobacco use in the world.
Many C.E.O.s say they’ll focus on helping their communities. Others say they’re sticking with profits. It shows that Corporate America has more thinking to do.
A pesticide made by Dow Chemical sterilized thousands of banana workers in Nicaragua decades ago. In an unusual legal move, they are turning to France to enforce payment.
Since 2010, Buick dealers’ lots have been filled with a mélange of G.M.-owned vehicles borrowed from Opel, Holden, Daewoo and others, with a Buick badge affixed.
The verdict makes it likely that no one will be held criminally responsible for the 2011 meltdown in Japan, which caused damage that could linger for generations.
Teenage vaping keeps climbing, suggesting that campaigns to curb e-cigarette use among minors were not working.
Signs of stress have emerged in a key market that the financial system relies on every day.
At the DealBook DC Strategy Forum a group of leaders in business, politics and academia gathered to try to solve problems from student debt to carbon emissions. Here are their recommendations.
Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.
Consumer advocates and industry groups had a rare moment of alignment over the future of the publicly available record of complaints brought to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Making money should not be companies’ only goal, Business Roundtable argued recently. There are those who disagree.
“You can’t cut your way to prosperity. You have to grow your way, and we’ve grown revenues now.”
“Until you acknowledge the problems, you can’t solve them,” Brad Smith said. “And nobody is going to believe you’re trying.”
He nurtured an empire of influential comic strips, including “Cathy,” “Doonesbury,” “Calvin and Hobbes,” “The Boondocks” and “For Better or for Worse.”
The Federal Reserve cut rates for the second time since July as risks to the economic outlook mounted. Its policy continued to anger President Trump.
Better known for far-out prototypes than actual products, he was seen by his admirers as a visionary in an unimaginative world.
Leaving home in Italy as a teenager, she modeled for Vogue and other magazines before carving out a high-profile career as an executive and stylist.
The finance editor, David Enrich, does a lot of work while on the move (but don’t worry, he’s not behind the wheel).