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Lyft and Uber Won’t Be Happy Until They’re Your One-Stop Transit Guide

Lyft and Uber Won’t Be Happy Until They’re Your One-Stop Transit Guide

Lyft is buying the parent company of CitiBike and other bike-sharing programs.

How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace

How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace

Job seekers lining up in Los Angeles earlier this year. New economic research suggests that where a woman is born and where she chooses to live as an adult matter for her work and pay.

At Toys ‘R’ Us, a $200 Million Debt Problem Could Lead to $348 Million in Fees

At Toys ‘R’ Us, a $200 Million Debt Problem Could Lead to $348 Million in Fees

The swift collapse of Toys “R” Us has been particularly painful for the company’s employees, more than 30,000 of whom will lose their jobs.

Volkswagen Vows to End Experiments on Animals

Volkswagen Vows to End Experiments on Animals

Volkswagen continues to cope with the fallout from a cheating scandal that, among other things, involved its role in financing research into the health effects of diesel emissions on monkeys.

Memo From the Boss: You’re a Vegetarian Now

Memo From the Boss: You’re a Vegetarian Now

“The headline has been ‘meat-free,’ but this is a much larger effort to develop personal accountability in our team,” Miguel McKelvey, the chief culture officer of WeWork, said of the company’s move toward vegetarian practices.

Denver Post Rebels Against Its Hedge-Fund Ownership

Denver Post Rebels Against Its Hedge-Fund Ownership

The cover of The Denver Post’s Sunday opinion section attacks the newspaper’s New York-based hedge fund owner and makes the case for its own survival.

Hard News. Angry Administration. Teenage Journalists Know What It’s Like.

Hard News. Angry Administration. Teenage Journalists Know What It’s Like.

An opinion piece that Neha Madhira wrote about the way her high school in Prosper, Tex., handled the National School Walkout was barred from publication by the principal.

We All Have a Stake in the Stock Market, Right? Guess Again

We All Have a Stake in the Stock Market, Right? Guess Again

Wall Street’s volatility is merely a spectator event for most Americans, whose wealth is not held in stocks.

Fatal Tesla Crash Raises New Questions About Autopilot System

Fatal Tesla Crash Raises New Questions About Autopilot System

Tesla’s semi-autonomous driving system, shown here in 2015, is coming under new scrutiny after a fatal crash on March 23 in California occurred while the Autopilot feature was engaged.

Trump Promised to Kill Carried Interest. Lobbyists Kept it Alive.

Trump Promised to Kill Carried Interest. Lobbyists Kept it Alive.

From right, Gary D. Cohn, director of National Economic Council, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin with lawmakers in November to discuss tax legislation.


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