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Vice Media Places Two Executives on Leave

Vice Media Places Two Executives on Leave

Vice Media’s offices in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Facebook Job Ads Raise Concerns About Age Discrimination

Facebook Job Ads Raise Concerns About Age Discrimination

Mark Edelstein, a 58-year-old social-media marketing strategist, wasn’t shown job advertising placed on Facebook by a company aiming it at a younger audience.

A FanDuel-DraftKings Merger Might Be Worth a Chance

A FanDuel-DraftKings Merger Might Be Worth a Chance

The DraftKings logo was displayed at Madison Square Garden during a Rangers game in December.

Trump Moves to Ease the Firing of Federal Workers

Trump Moves to Ease the Firing of Federal Workers

The Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington. The Trump administration’s order changing work rules across the Civil Service built on legislation passed last year that was aimed at the veterans’ agency.

Is the Stock Market Too Quiet for Its Own Good?

Is the Stock Market Too Quiet for Its Own Good?

Komal Sri-Kumar, president of Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, says the stock and bond markets have been giving different messages.

Facebook Is Creepy. And Valuable.

Facebook Is Creepy. And Valuable.

Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, testified before Congress last week in hearings about the company’s handling of user data.

Kushner’s Financial Ties to Israel Deepen Even With Mideast Diplomatic Role

Kushner’s Financial Ties to Israel Deepen Even With Mideast Diplomatic Role

Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, at the end of a diplomatic trip to Israel in May. Shortly before, Kushner Companies received a $30 million investment from one of Israel’s largest financial institutions, Menora Mivtachim.

Disney and Fox Shareholders Approve Deal, Ending Corporate Duel

Disney and Fox Shareholders Approve Deal, Ending Corporate Duel

The 20th Century Fox movie “Avatar,” along with films like “Titanic” and television shows like “The Simpsons,” will be owned by Disney under deal approved by shareholders on Friday.

Why Great Leaders See More and Exclude Less

Why Great Leaders See More and Exclude Less

Marty Stroud, a Louisiana prosecutor, apologized for overlooking conflicting evidence to obtain a wrongful conviction in a death row case.

‘You Need to Instill Some Confidence’

‘You Need to Instill Some Confidence’

Olivier Jolivet looks for the ability to adapt.

Shake Shack’s Shares Could Hint at Overvaluation

Shake Shack’s Shares Could Hint at Overvaluation

Shake Shack's stock is now trading at more than four times its I.P.O. price.

A Saucy App Knows China’s Taste in News. The Censors Are Worried.

A Saucy App Knows China’s Taste in News. The Censors Are Worried.

The headquarters of Beijing Bytedance Technology, the parent company of the Jinri Toutiao app, in Beijing. The app has a daily user base of 120 million people.

His Job Is Saving Lives When Others Are Sleeping

His Job Is Saving Lives When Others Are Sleeping

Charlie Rose is ready for duty on the late shift, outside the Grady Memorial Hospital emergency room.

Neiman Marcus Files to Go Public Again

Neiman Marcus Files to Go Public Again

Ray Souders, a stylist for Neiman Marcus, works on a window display at the company's store in Dallas.

E.U. to Offer Trade Proposals in Bid to Ease Tensions

E.U. to Offer Trade Proposals in Bid to Ease Tensions

A steel factory in Italy. On Wednesday, the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, is expected to offer the Trump administration two possible trade deals in an effort to remove American tariffs on steel and aluminum.

For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

A view of the Olympic Village this week as preparations for the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, reached their final stages.


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