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Whiskers Unlimited? Not on Wall St.

Whiskers Unlimited? Not on Wall St.

In general, bankers and traders are a conspicuously clean-shaven lot. A noted exception is Lloyd C. Blankfein.

Companies Struggle to Comply With Rules on Conflict Minerals

Companies Struggle to Comply With Rules on Conflict Minerals

Gold, seen here, along with tantalum, tungsten and tin extracted from countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, are considered conflict minerals.

Hey, Alexa, What Can You Hear? And What Will You Do With It?

Hey, Alexa, What Can You Hear? And What Will You Do With It?

Amazon’s Super Bowl commercial for its Alexa digital assistant. Amazon and Google say that their devices record and process audio only after users trigger them and that privacy is a priority.

Texas Instruments Chief Executive Resigns; Conduct Violations Are Cited

Texas Instruments Chief Executive Resigns; Conduct Violations Are Cited

Brian Crutcher, who had taken over Texas Instruments in June, became the latest high-ranking American corporate official to resign for reasons related to personal behavior.

Ford Aims to Revive a Detroit Train Station, and Itself

Ford Aims to Revive a Detroit Train Station, and Itself

The historic Michigan Central Station in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, mostly unused since the last train departed in 1988, is being bought and renovated by Ford Motor.

Trump’s Ace in the Hole in Trade War: A Strong Economy

Trump’s Ace in the Hole in Trade War: A Strong Economy

Consumer spending has rebounded after a soft start this year. Retail sales jumped 0.8 percent in May, double what analysts had forecast.

Apple Buys Rights to Series Based on New York Times Climate Change Article

Apple Buys Rights to Series Based on New York Times Climate Change Article

Apple said Tuesday that it had acquired the television rights to “Losing Earth,” a feature article that filled an entire recent issue of The New York Times Magazine.

Independent Lounges Give Secondary Airports and Low-Cost Carriers an Edge

Independent Lounges Give Secondary Airports and Low-Cost Carriers an Edge

The No.1 Traveller lounges at Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Stansted and Edinburgh are available to all travelers, regardless of airline or ticket class.

Charitable Giving by Corporations Is Also About Getting, a New Study Finds

Charitable Giving by Corporations Is Also About Getting, a New Study Finds

A Habitat for Humanity project in North Carolina. Corporate philanthropy can reflect a sense of social responsibility, but it can also align with causes favored by influential politicians.

Nancy Reagan’s Abiding Role in her Husband’s Career

Nancy Reagan’s Abiding Role in her Husband’s Career

Ronald and Nancy Reagan, center, at their wedding in 1952, with William Holden and his wife, Ardis.

Netflix and Kenya Barris, Creator of ‘Black-ish,’ Reach a Deal

Netflix and Kenya Barris, Creator of ‘Black-ish,’ Reach a Deal

Kenya Barris and his wife, Dr. Rainbow Edwards-Barris, at the Emmys last year.

Disney Ups Its Bid for 21st Century Fox to $71.3 Billion

Disney Ups Its Bid for 21st Century Fox to $71.3 Billion

The Walt Disney Company, led by Robert Iger, is raising its offer for assets of 21st Century Fox.

How Fliers Can Relax and U.S. Airlines Can Compete: With Spas

How Fliers Can Relax and U.S. Airlines Can Compete: With Spas

A traveler receives a massage from Colin Havener, a therapist at the Asanda Spa Lounge in the Delta Sky Club at Kennedy International Airport in New York.

From Rooftops to Algae Pools: Orlando’s Vision for Carbon-Free Energy

From Rooftops to Algae Pools: Orlando’s Vision for Carbon-Free Energy

Rubin York, an engineer with the Orlando Utilities Commission, examining data at a solar test site. Orlando wants to generate all of its energy from carbon-free sources.

With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

After Claudio Del Vecchio bought Brooks Brothers in 2001, one of the first things he did was read stacks of letters from longtime customers who were unhappy with the changes made by the previous owners.

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

The front page of The New York Post on Friday included a plea for gun control that broke new ground for the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid.


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