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Weekend at Elon’s: A Tesla Subplot With Azealia Banks

Weekend at Elon’s: A Tesla Subplot With Azealia Banks

The rapper Azealia Banks at a concert last year in Turkey. Her following on Instagram approaches 600,000.

Miss America Leaders Resign Amid Scandal Over Derogatory Emails

Miss America Leaders Resign Amid Scandal Over Derogatory Emails

Mallory Hagan, who was crowned Miss America in 2013, said she felt validated by a Thursday HuffPost report that revealed that top leaders in the Miss America Organization had privately disparaged her.

In Targeting Times Reporter, Justice Dept. Backs Trump’s Anti-Press Rhetoric

In Targeting Times Reporter, Justice Dept. Backs Trump’s Anti-Press Rhetoric

Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, told a group of veteran journalists last week that except in certain circumstances, reporters would be told in advance of any attempt to obtain their records.

A Wall St. Executive’s Downfall Seemed Sudden. It Was Years in the Making.

A Wall St. Executive’s Downfall Seemed Sudden. It Was Years in the Making.

Harold E. Ford Jr., a former five-term representative from Tennessee who joined Morgan Stanley in 2011, acknowledged facing flak over his expense account and treatment of assistants but said his conduct had always been appropriate.

China Loosens Foreign Auto Rules, in Potential Peace Offering to Trump

China Loosens Foreign Auto Rules, in Potential Peace Offering to Trump

Tesla would be the immediate big winner from the changes that China announced on Tuesday.

Starbucks’s Tall Order: Tackle Systemic Racism in 4 Hours

Starbucks’s Tall Order: Tackle Systemic Racism in 4 Hours

Starbucks closed stores in the United States on Tuesday for companywide anti-bias training.

Treasury Issues Crackdown on State and Local Tax Workarounds

Treasury Issues Crackdown on State and Local Tax Workarounds

The Treasury Department proposed a rule on Thursday to limit the charitable contributions that Americans are allowed to deduct on their federal taxes. The move would effectively exclude donations that are rewarded with state tax credits.

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.

Shell and Eni to Be Tried Over $1.3 Billion Nigerian Oil Deal

Shell and Eni to Be Tried Over $1.3 Billion Nigerian Oil Deal

A Shell facility in Afam, Nigeria. Shell and Eni have denied wrongdoing in the purchase of an offshore tract.

Finland Has Second Thoughts About Giving Free Money to Jobless People

Finland Has Second Thoughts About Giving Free Money to Jobless People

A co-working office space in Finland for entrepreneurs, small business owners and freelancers. Public discomfort has grown in the country over the idea of giving out government money without requiring recipients to seek work.


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