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The words “trust” and “responsibility” were peppered throughout more than a dozen conversations at The New York Times’s DealBook conference.
At the annual DealBook conference in New York, leaders at the “Groundbreakers Lunch” discussed the appropriate role of business in shaping policy and driving social change.
At last week’s DealBook conference in New York, policy experts discussed the relationship between China and the United States. The diplomacy has become more aggressive — a change some experts applaud and others fear.
Business leaders who gathered in New York were largely in favor of more regulation to ensure that technology companies are working for users.
A task force at the DealBook conference addressed the role of corporate America in tackling this divisive issue.
Makan Delrahim, Kevin Systrom and Bill Gates weighed in on antitrust issues.
On the list: meeting a scientist working on solving malnutrition, keeping up with his children on technology and being friends with Warren Buffett.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In its first safety report, the ride-hailing company detailed sexual assaults, murders and fatal crashes through its platform.
Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, set a price for its shares that marks the company’s value at $1.7 trillion.
Faced with outdated trade rules that don’t cover advancements in technology, some countries are forging their own paths.
A deal with LG Chem of South Korea will further the automaker’s plans for electric vehicles and fulfill a pledge made after its Lordstown plant was idled.
As the head of a $185 billion technology company, Chuck Robbins says, “We have to run a good business, but there’s more to it.”
Larry Page and Sergey Brin will make way, with Sundar Pichai, who has run Google for several years, becoming C.E.O. of the parent company, Alphabet.
The social network is exploring new product areas through a team dedicated to building the company’s future.
The Tesla billionaire took the stand in a civil defamation trial in Los Angeles.