President Trump at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, when he told reporters, “Our current libel laws are a sham and a disgrace and do not represent American values or American fairness.”
The Trump Organization’s local partners on a hotel project in Cleveland, Miss., have asked the state for millions in subsidies.
Channing Dungey had stayed out of the spotlight since taking over as the head of ABC Entertainment in 2016, but her decision to cancel “Roseanne” drew praise from people throughout Hollywood on Tuesday.
J. Clifford Hudson, center, the chief executive of Sonic Drive-In with members of his leadership team. From left, Lori Abou Habib, the chief marketing officer; Christina Vaughan, president of Sonic restaurants; Jose Dueñas, the chief brand officer; and Anita Vanderveer, the senior vice president of people.
A display promoting a water purifier at Amway’s “experience center” in Beijing. Amway said it welcomed China’s crackdown on multilevel marketing as a way to distinguish pyramid schemes from legitimate direct selling.
Elon Musk has occasionally struck a combative tone on Twitter in recent weeks. On Wednesday he singled out the “holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies.”
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.
The home page of the Chicago Tribune on Friday, as viewed from Europe.
Sir Alan Parker spoke at a Night of Motown benefit in 2016 for Save the Children U.K. Mr. Parker resigned as chairman in the spring, a week after Britain’s Charities Commission opened an investigation into his handling of a sexual harassment scandal.
Tracey Dewart helped oversee her father’s brokerage account. A close look at one monthly statement led her to uncover a pattern of unauthorized trades and excessive commissions.
Carrie Gracie, center, resigned from her post as China editor and moved back to the BBC’s London newsroom after publicly criticizing the broadcaster for its pay disparities between male and female staff.
A Wells Fargo bank branch in Niles, Ill. The bank, operating under regulatory constraints after a series of scandals, reported a decline in profits on Friday.
A Jeep Grand Cherokee at a Florida dealership in 2015. As part of a settlement of lawsuits over its emissions tests, Fiat Chrysler will pay owners of affected vehicles about $2,500.
A worker packing bottles of oil made from imported American soybeans at a factory in Qufu, China, on Wednesday. One-third of China’s soy imports last year came from the United States.
Albertsons would continue to operate some Rite Aid stores and plans to rebrand its in-house pharmacies under the Rite Aid name.
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