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As Chinese Investors Panic Over Dubious Products, Authorities Quash Protests

As Chinese Investors Panic Over Dubious Products, Authorities Quash Protests

Some frustrated investors gathered Monday to protest outside the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection in Beijing. Some were dragged off by the police, while others were shoved onto buses leaving the city.

Tronc Names New Editors at The Daily News and The Los Angeles Times

Tronc Names New Editors at The Daily News and The Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles. The departing editor in chief of the newspaper had held the position for less than three months.

Prolific TV Producer Greg Berlanti Extends Deal With Warner Bros.

Prolific TV Producer Greg Berlanti Extends Deal With Warner Bros.

Greg Berlanti, whose credits include “Riverdale,” “Blindspot” and “Arrow,” agreed to stay at Warner Bros. through 2024, even as some other top producers have moved to Netflix.

Rent Control Campaign in California Is Taken to the Streets

Rent Control Campaign in California Is Taken to the Streets

A rising tenants rights’ movement in California is preparing to push its cause in ballot initiatives at the state and city levels. Yong Her, center left, and Marie Camacho planned a signature-collection drive at a recent gathering in Sacramento.

Alexander Nix, Ex-Chief of Cambridge Analytica, Disputes ‘Ridiculous Accusations’

Alexander Nix, Ex-Chief of Cambridge Analytica, Disputes ‘Ridiculous Accusations’

Alexander Nix, former chief executive of Cambridge Analytica, before a parliamentary hearing in London on Wednesday. “I’m sitting here and being subjected to frankly ridiculous accusations based on the most tenuous connections that simply aren’t supported by evidence,” he told lawmakers.

Canada and U.S. Express Optimism as Pressure Builds to Reach Nafta Accord

Canada and U.S. Express Optimism as Pressure Builds to Reach Nafta Accord

Canada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, outside the Office of the United States Trade Representative on Wednesday.

If Party Conventions Seem More Like Infomercials, Blame Nixon

If Party Conventions Seem More Like Infomercials, Blame Nixon

The entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. introducing President Richard Nixon during the 1972 Republican convention in Miami Beach. The backdrop of young people was intended to remind viewers that Nixon had prodded Congress to stop the military draft and lower the voting age to 18.

For Harry Truman, the Buck Stopped at a Brush With Bankruptcy

For Harry Truman, the Buck Stopped at a Brush With Bankruptcy

Harry S. Truman, left, in a photograph taken circa 1920 at the haberdashery he and a friend, Eddie Jacobson, founded in Kansas City, Mo. Though the store had early success, by the spring of 1922 it had failed, a victim of the postwar economic bust and other factors.

Those Long Security Lines at Airports? They May Move Quicker Soon

Those Long Security Lines at Airports? They May Move Quicker Soon

Entering the security line at LaGuardia Airport in New York. The Transportation Security Agency is looking at ways to streamline the process and prevent passengers from missing flights.

Trump’s Trade Threats Hit China’s Stock Market and Currency

Trump’s Trade Threats Hit China’s Stock Market and Currency

On the display boards at securities brokerages in Beijing, red means a rising stock and green a falling stock. Lately, for many investors, there has been too much green.

Tax Cuts Benefit the Ultra Rich, but Not the Merely Rich

Tax Cuts Benefit the Ultra Rich, but Not the Merely Rich

Many on Wall Street and in corporate America are scrambling to understand how much bigger their bill will be.

Dan Schulman of PayPal on Guns, Cash and Getting Punched

Dan Schulman of PayPal on Guns, Cash and Getting Punched

Dan Schulman worked for AT&T, Priceline, Virgin Mobile USA, Sprint and American Express before joining PayPal as its chief executive in 2014.

Trump Defends Administration’s Trade Strategy With China

Trump Defends Administration’s Trade Strategy With China

In his first Twitter post of the day, Mr. Trump questioned why Democrats and the previous administration did not “do something about Trade with China.”

Steve Wynn Resigns From Company Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Steve Wynn Resigns From Company Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Steve Wynn has denied allegations that he pressured women to have sex.

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.

Shepherding Vegetables From Roof to Restaurant

Shepherding Vegetables From Roof to Restaurant

Liz Dowd, 33, of Brooklyn, is a farm manager for Brooklyn Grange.


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