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New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

Ali Watkins, who had been covering federal law enforcement in Washington, will be assigned a mentor and moved to a new beat in New York.

Senior Twitter Executive to Run Troubled Finance Start-Up SoFi

Senior Twitter Executive to Run Troubled Finance Start-Up SoFi

Anthony Noto, Twitter’s chief operating officer, in 2016 with his wife, Kristin. He will become the chief executive at Social Finance, known as SoFi, the job that Mike Cagney left after Mr. Cagney was accused of sexual harassment.

Specter of Trump’s Car Tariffs Forces Allies to Give Ground in Talks

Specter of Trump’s Car Tariffs Forces Allies to Give Ground in Talks

Cecilia Malmstrom, the European commissioner for trade, said Brussels would be willing to cut “car tariffs to zero, all tariffs to zero, if the U.S. does the same.”

Union Is Formed at Los Angeles Times and Publisher Put on Leave

Union Is Formed at Los Angeles Times and Publisher Put on Leave

The Los Angeles Times building. Employees at the newspaper have voted to unionize, reversing more than a century of anti-union sentiment.

The Stock Market Has Turned Nasty. It Was Long Overdue.

The Stock Market Has Turned Nasty. It Was Long Overdue.

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.

Bank of America Executive Departs After Misconduct Claim

Bank of America Executive Departs After Misconduct Claim

Omeed Malik, who last week left his job as a managing director at Bank of America, in 2010.

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

In an interview with ABC News, the pilots of the Southwest plane whose engine exploded last month described what went through their minds. “As long as you have altitude and ideas, you’re O.K.,” Captain Tammie Jo Shults said. “And we had both.”

Starbucks’s Tall Order: Tackle Systemic Racism in 4 Hours

Starbucks’s Tall Order: Tackle Systemic Racism in 4 Hours

Starbucks closed stores in the United States on Tuesday for companywide anti-bias training.

Blurring Lines, Hotels Get Into the Home-Sharing Business

Blurring Lines, Hotels Get Into the Home-Sharing Business

Johanna Paredes setting up a Miami apartment for Oasis, which rents 2,000 homes in 20 cities. Hyatt Hotels Corporation has taken a minority investment stake in Oasis.

Amazon Wins Exclusive U.K. Rights to Broadcast Some Premier League Matches

Amazon Wins Exclusive U.K. Rights to Broadcast Some Premier League Matches

When the Premier League last auctioned broadcast rights in Britain, companies paid 5.14 billion pounds, or about $7.1 billion, to televise games.

Trump Appointee Is Trying to Squelch Us, Labor Board Staff Says

Trump Appointee Is Trying to Squelch Us, Labor Board Staff Says

Air traffic controllers during the 1981 strike that ended in their dismissal, a pivotal moment in the labor movement’s decline. A litigator in that dispute, Peter B. Robb, is now the top enforcement official for the National Labor Relations Board.

Xiaomi, Chinese Gadget Maker, Opens Floodgates for Hong Kong I.P.O.s

Xiaomi, Chinese Gadget Maker, Opens Floodgates for Hong Kong I.P.O.s

A Xiaomi store in Shenyang, China. Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest smartphone makers, filed on Thursday to list its initial public offering on Hong Kong’s stock exchange, which recently loosened its rules to let companies retain more control.

Shell Spreads Its Bets Around as It Prepares for a Greener Future

Shell Spreads Its Bets Around as It Prepares for a Greener Future

A Shell wind farm near Palm Springs, Calif. The company has begun to allocate up to $2 billion per year for new energy investments as it diversifies its approach.

Buyers of Used Cars Are Left to Find Recalls on Their Own

Buyers of Used Cars Are Left to Find Recalls on Their Own

Several cars at All Stars Auto Sales in Cypress, Tex., are under recall, including some of the Chevrolets, but they have not yet been fixed.

An Artless Negotiation From the President Who Penned ‘The Art of the Deal’

An Artless Negotiation From the President Who Penned ‘The Art of the Deal’

“The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it,” President Trump wrote in “The Art of the Deal.” “That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead.”

Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Judith Pearson, a gun owner and retired school principal in Minnesota, told her Twitter followers to boycott the National Rifle Association.


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