As environmental concerns grow, chains like Burger King and McDonald’s are rethinking what to offer with children’s meals.
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After years of on-and-off debate over nearly snoop-proof security, the industry is girding for new pressure from law enforcement around the world.
The merger of GateHouse Media and Gannett is now final, creating the largest newspaper publisher in the nation and raising concerns about the industry’s future.
California’s largest utility needs to reach a settlement with victims of wildfires and other creditors while fending off calls for a state takeover.
After losing tenants to revitalized downtowns over the last decade, developers are adding modern amenities to secluded campuses.
Margrethe Vestager won praise for her oversight of the tech industry. Now, with more authority from the European Union, she envisions a more aggressive agenda.
The initial lineups of original shows on the two streaming services are hit-and-miss. But here are five worth checking out.
Once a generation, Hollywood experiences a seismic shift. It is happening again.
Citing harassment allegations at the network, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren urged its parent, Comcast, to conduct an independent review.
One way to help the planet is not to buy new tech, especially stuff the planet never needed, says Kendra Pierre-Louis, who reports on the environment.
The primary race has created plenty of talk about levying billionaires. But leading Democratic proposals could also affect millions of well-paid workers.
Architects and designers are finding new workplace and household uses for the stuff polluting our oceans.
Female-run businesses want to bring audio pornography to the imaginative, ethically conscious masses.
The newly acquired items include rarities like eight letters written by Woolf’s husband and sister shortly after she disappeared and committed suicide.
The explorer had filed a lawsuit last year after Mr. Musk accused him of being a “pedo guy.” Mr. Musk wanted the case thrown out.
The House and Senate both passed the bill with a veto-proof majority. It compels the U.S. to penalize Chinese and Hong Kong officials responsible for abuses.
The American Medical Association echoed the concerns of California and New York, the latest two states to file lawsuits claiming the company engaged in deceptive marketing to young people.
At least five trademark applications are pending for the retort, according to a database for the federal patent office, including one by Fox Media, which hopes to use it for a possible television series.
The fast food chain declined to comment on the lawsuit, which follows other controversies over how restaurants prepare orders that are ostensibly meatless.
Rev was just a small start-up offering online transcriptions. Now it’s the latest symbol of a gig-economy company whose workers are fed up.
Having taken a beating over national security concerns, the company is now wondering how it can convince Washington that it’s safe.
The musician posted the name and photograph of the airline employee on Twitter after a dispute on a flight in Australia.
Other women have done it with great success, and here are some steps you can take to follow their lead.
A project employing women from poor hill tribes is transforming lives in northern Thailand.
Three women with extensive experience in A.I. spoke on the topic and how to confront it.
A look at three women who are working to make people with low incomes healthier.
Money is the biggest stumbling block for start-ups led by women, but there are ways to work around that.
Moody’s data shows that higher taxes would be paid disproportionately in Democratic-leaning states.
The agency says the rules are effectively obsolete because of technological advancements like streaming.
Rights organizations called the decision a positive step but said the fast-food chain should do more.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the police and protesters should refrain from violence. Senator Mitch McConnell said President Trump should make forceful statements on Hong Kong.
Andy Ward succeeds Susan Kamil, who died in September, and will be replaced in his previous role by Robin Desser, who edited Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Cheryl Strayed at Knopf.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn made efforts to dispel past impressions in speeches to Britain’s largest industry group.
The F.A.A. is rolling out a system that allows planes to fly closer to one another, but the roar that it creates is unbearable, people in the flight paths say.
A woman and two men were killed in the shooting, which happened in Duncan, Okla.
The president has made a habit of criticizing the chair of the Federal Reserve, Jerome H. Powell, whom he picked to lead the central bank.
The president’s unpredictability and demands of China are complicating an end to the long-running dispute, experts say.
The search giant’s new console-free gaming service is a neat concept. But there are bugs and too many unknowns.
Mr. Legere was credited with reviving the telecommunications company. He has been instrumental in navigating T-Mobile’s pending merger deal with Sprint.
You might want to think twice before plugging in at an airport or on the train.
Fresh off a multibillion-dollar loss on WeWork, SoftBank plans to shore up its domestic business with a big bet on Japan’s leading messaging app company.
The beleaguered office space company could announce plans to cut its work force by at least a third as early as this week.
Uber has launched a bike share program in Rome, where potholes, vandalism, traffic and theft have defeated previous attempts.
Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese-owned viral video app, is trying to assuage Washington’s fears. “I am quite optimistic,” he said.
Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among voters.
Automakers have made battery-powered cars largely to meet environmental rules. Now they’re putting more skin in the game.
The beleaguered office space company is said to be planning to cut its work force by at least a third in a bid to stabilize its business.
The cash-and-stock offer “significantly undervalues HP and is not in the best interests of HP shareholders,” company officials wrote.
Some are preparing for a potential downturn by cutting spending and raising money earlier than planned. Just as they did before.
The world’s largest oil company is providing more data for potential investors in its initial public offering, which is expected next month.
Drug therapy alone may save lives as effectively as bypass or stenting procedures, a large federal study showed.
At a historic moment, viewers turn to MSNBC and Fox News, reflecting a sharp political divide.
The unrest put renewed pressure on the government as it struggles to overcome U.S. sanctions.
“None of this had to happen”: The network’s new sexual harassment policy did not prevent them from leaving after accusations against the star’s husband, a producer.
The terms of the four-year agreement are comparable to those the union reached with General Motors, but without a strike.
The Trump administration is set to extend a license that will allow American companies to continue doing business with the Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
His video message acknowledged “a lot of pressure to return this aircraft to service” but told workers to “focus solely on safety.”
Johnson & Johnson will now have to pay $465 million, not $572 million, for its role in Oklahoma’s opioid epidemic.