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A state judge ruled in favor of Exxon Mobil in a lawsuit claiming the company committed fraud in its accounting for the costs of climate change.
With 1.5 billion users, Facebook’s WhatsApp is perhaps the world’s most commonly used encrypted communications platform.
The new provisions, solidified after months of negotiations between House Democrats and the Trump administration, would strengthen the trade deal’s protections for workers
Whether Brexit would be good for business or not, the interminable nature of leaving the European Union has already created problems for those concerned about their livelihoods.
Ed Pierson, a former senior manager at the 737 factory, believes production problems may have contributed to two deadly crashes. He will testify before Congress on Wednesday.
Giant tech stocks have posted a remarkable year, shrugging off the trade war, bipartisan political hostility and regulatory threats.
A new report, “Being Black in Corporate America,” outlines why diversity and inclusion efforts are falling short for African-American professionals.
A new report documents the concentration of cutting-edge industries in a few coastal areas and why lawmakers ought to be alarmed.
The latest effort to rework a program for borrowers whose schools broke the law drew an immediate promise of a court challenge.
While many American officials are eager to avoid the new tariffs, the president could go either way.
The for-profit school lured students by advertising employer partnerships that did not exist, the Federal Trade Commission said.
An accurate story about an overcrowded hospital quickly became an election issue in Britain, then came disinformation on social media.
Three auctions this month will give fans a chance to own collectibles from the world of comic books, television and film.
Developers are clamoring for storefront space as they seek to provide one-of-a-kind experiences for shoppers.
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
The former Fed chair, who died Sunday at the age of 92, was remembered for having helped shape American economic policy for more than six decades.
The technology investment powerhouse sold its shares as its pushes the companies it bets on to seek profits and long-term stability.
Foreign meddling was once the most feared source of online deception before critical elections. Now, some candidates themselves are turning to such manipulative tactics.
The Journal-Constitution threatened legal action over the Clint Eastwood movie’s depiction of its 1996 Olympic bomb reporting.
Richard Gooding, a Colorado businessman who died in 2014, collected more than 3,900 bottles over two decades.
The morning co-anchor, a Fox News veteran, will host a daily newscast at 3 p.m. But don’t expect Smith-style fireworks.
ViacomCBS looks to unload the famous "Black Rock" skyscraper in Midtown.
As Manhattan department stores add sleek cocktail bars, holiday shopping is beginning to look a lot like happy hour.
But the “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds describes how he found a way into the conversation.
Congressional Democrats and the White House are on the cusp of an agreement on revisions to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Anne Fulenwider joins a handful of magazine women who have left their posts for new ventures.
In a legal complaint, Amazon said the president had attacked it behind the scenes to harm its C.E.O., Jeff Bezos, “his perceived political enemy.”
TikTok says it’s ready to help its stars get rich.
Mr. Volcker helped shape American economic policy for decades, notably by leading the Federal Reserve’s brute-force campaign to subdue inflation in the 1970s and ’80s.
As the trade war intensifies, the U.S. has effectively crippled the W.T.O.’s system of enforcing rules at a time it is needed the most.
Are you an online star with more than 500,000 followers? Jeffrey Katzenberg may want to have a word with you.
A U.S. offensive against the World Trade Organization will effectively shutter the group’s system for settling disputes, at a time it’s most needed.
Mr. Marron began his Wall Street career as a teenager before leading some of its most powerful firms and becoming a force at the Museum of Modern Art.
Representative David Cicilline doesn’t just want to enforce the laws governing the tech industry. He wants to change them.
He was a conservative monetary economist and a Carnegie Mellon professor who took on policy roles. His nomination lapsed after he failed to win Senate support.
Another site is about to close, joining other publications like The Hairpin and The Toast that are dead or dying, as their “rowdy” voices go mainstream.
The International Monetary Fund, in conditionally agreeing to lend the country $5.5 billion over three years, cited “impressive progress” under President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The e-waste industry is booming in Southeast Asia, frightening residents worried for their health. Despite a ban on imports, Thailand is a center of the business.
As people watched, a prankster removed the banana, which was taped to a wall at Art Basel in Miami Beach.
Adakveo and Oxbryta could be revolutionary treatments, but each costs about $100,000 per year and must be taken for life.
Few trains were running and most Paris metro lines were closed in the face of a strike and the long-running protests.
The agreement could help tens of thousands of residents rebuild while helping to resolve the utility’s bankruptcy.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other critics of an earlier proposal said a move to add offices in Manhattan proved them right.
A jury found that the Tesla billionaire did not defame a cave explorer in a dispute over a rescue effort in Thailand last year.
Maurizio Cattelan’s latest provocative work is buzzy and fun. But is it art?
As investors balked, some bankers and Saudi officials still hoped to achieve the crown prince’s target price of $2 trillion. They wound up settling for less.
A fact-based story starring Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie was supposed to hit theaters Friday. Then a complaint by a relative of the film’s hero gave Apple second thoughts.
The mob saga starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino outpaced “El Camino” but didn’t quite live up to the success of “Bird Box.”
KFC brings back its fried chicken-scented log after getting “weekly calls” from fans desperate for its return.
Why does Los Angeles sit in the quiet?
American pigs are raised on a liberal diet of antibiotics, fueling the rise of resistant germs. Danish pork producers are proving there’s a better way.
A potential wealth tax or higher levies on capital gains are just two reasons, beyond politics, that are raising thoughts of renunciation.
Some plans work better than others, depending on whether you’ll be spending on current medical costs or future ones, a new analysis finds.
Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company priced its offering at a level that would raise $25.6 billion, becoming the largest stock market debut on record.
Transportation was severely disrupted in Paris and other cities, a day after huge protests over government plans to overhaul pensions. Unions are planning more protests next week.
A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying for years. Hope is running thin.
Racial discrimination by algorithms or by people is harmful — but that’s where the similarities end.