A Sierra Leone refugee, Ahmed Fofana, on the shuttle bus taking him and another refugee, Suleiman Kabba, to Woodstock, Va. They were willing to go to an out-of-the-way place for work that native-born Americans generally don’t want.
The Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition in Shanghai last month.
A simulator used for training pilots in Singapore. Some think automation could obviate the need for human pilots, but experts say the technology, the industry and the passengers are not quite ready for fully autonomous flying.
Denise Morrison was the chief executive of Campbell Soup Company until retiring abruptly on Friday.
To the surprise of many economists, real estate experts and even the real estate lobby, Mr. Trump’s signature tax law does not seem to be affecting home sales or prices at all.
Planes at Los Angeles International Airport. Part of the reason for cheap airfares is new, more fuel-efficient planes.
President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Friday after Mr. Trump hailed the latest economic data. “Once again, we are the economic envy of the entire world,” he declared.
Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, whose lawsuit against the Weinstein Company could make it harder for Harvey Weinstein’s victims to receive compensation.
It used to be that partners almost never left Cravath, Swaine & Moore voluntarily — not for other law firms, at least, let alone for an “eat what you kill” firm like Kirkland & Ellis.
A Nike store in Seattle. The company is overhauling its executive ranks amid widespread allegations of harassment and bias against female workers.
Richard Clarida, a former Treasury official and a monetary expert, is President Trump’s nominee for the No. 2 post at the Federal Reserve.
John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John’s, in Times Square in 2012 to celebrate his pizza chain’s 4,000th location.
David Cameron, the British prime minister, speaking at a Conservative Party conference this month. He laid out a liberal, centrist vision of a society where everybody had opportunity.
Boll & Branch was founded to make high-end sheets and linens from cotton based on good farming and labor practices. The company sells directly through its own website.
The reawakening of Europe, combined with growth in the United States, has kept Chinese industry humming to satisfy demand for goods, from auto parts to tools to clothing.
A client viewing an apartment priced at $160,000 in a Moscow complex whose developer went bankrupt. Russians may hesitate to move for job opportunities because of the difficulties in buying and selling homes.
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