Columbia, Md., is a planned community created in the 1960s with the idea that a janitor could live alongside a chief executive.
Jerome H. Powell, a member of the Federal Reserve Board since 2012, is to be sworn in as Fed chairman on Monday.
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.
Masayoshi Son, the founder of SoftBank, in February. Since SoftBank acquired Sprint in 2012, Mr. Son has vowed to take on the American market leaders Verizon and AT&T.
Kaori Masukodera, left, and Mai Chusonji of the duo Bed In, whose garish outfits and bubbly music are part of a nostalgic reappreciation of Japan’s 1980s economic boom.
Protesting rent increases outside a property management office in Redwood City, Calif., where private equity firms have been buying buildings that typically house lower-income workers and marketing the sites toward tenants in the tech industry, raising rents.
The tax bill signed by President Trump could let independent contractors like Uber drivers claim a 20 percent deduction on their earnings. But some labor advocates say the provision could ultimately hurt more workers than it helps.
McDonald’s uses 1.8 million plastic straws per day in Britain alone.
Wall Street’s volatility is merely a spectator event for most Americans, whose wealth is not held in stocks.
Eric Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general since 2011, resigned this week after a report about allegations that he assaulted four women he dated.
Acknowledging that he and other top leaders at Nike had missed signs of discontent among some employees, the company’s chief executive, Mark Parker, apologized at a company meeting on Thursday.
Shen Yue, who has a degree in civil engineering, giving a colleague a massage in her role as a “programmer motivator” at Chainfin.com in Beijing.
Marissa Mayer, chief of Yahoo, at a panel discussion in San Francisco.
Matt Rivitz and Nandini Jammi, the formerly anonymous people behind the Twitter account Sleeping Giants. They fight what they consider hate speech on Breitbart News and certain Fox News shows by alerting and pressuring advertisers.
A GoFundMe page created for the legal defense of Diet Madison Avenue, an anonymous Instagram account, has raised about $2,000 in the last month.
Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has recently approved high salaries for top appointees while using its cash reserves to fund its budget.
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