CHAD KIMBALL SUES ‘COME FROM AWAY' OVER HIS TERMINATION

The actor, who is Christian, said in an interview he was let go because of his religious beliefs. The show's producers declined to...

GOLDMAN SACHS OFFERS BIG RETENTION BONUSES TO TOP EXECUTIVES, A YEAR AFTER DOCKING THEIR PAY

The announcement came one year after Goldman admitted criminal wrongdoing by its Malaysian subsidiary for its role in the looting of...

 
 
 

INDIAN FILM IS BEING ADAPTED INTO A BROADWAY MUSICAL

“Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,” a popular Hindi-language movie from 1995, will debut during the 2022-23 season.

TOM MOREY, SURFER WHO INVENTED THE BOOGIE BOARD, DIES AT 86

He created a lightweight, flexible board out of a piece of foam in his backyard in Hawaii in 1971. It introduced millions to the pleasures...

 
 
 

WHY IS EVERYONE ELSE QUITTING?

Sometimes, as in a collective bargaining situation, you do have to think about other people at work. Other times, it's better to focus...

GOOGLE SAID IT HAD SUCCESSFULLY ‘SLOWED DOWN' PRIVACY RULES, ACCORDING TO LAWSUIT

The new details came in an unredacted version of a lawsuit filed by Texas and 11 other states.

 
 
 

U.S. BUDGET DEFICIT HIT $2.8 TRILLION IN FISCAL 2021

The deficit was not as high as projected as the strengthening economy gave tax revenues a boost.

POWELL SAYS SUPPLY PRESSURES TO LAST ‘LIKELY WELL INTO NEXT YEAR'

The Federal Reserve chair acknowledged that supply chain snarls that are pushing prices higher may last longer than policymakers had...

 
 
 

THE HOTTEST OF HOT STOCKS? TRY COAL

As the prospects for strong government action to curb climate change grow less certain, energy shares, and especially coal mining stocks,...

HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM ONLINE CARD FRAUD

The first tip is to use credit cards for digital shopping because they have federally mandated protections. And be wary of websites...

 
 
 

AT FIAC ART FAIR, AMBITIONS ARE HIGH. CAN SALES KEEP PACE?

Paris wants to rival London as the art world's European hub. It still has a way to go.

SNAPCHAT SAYS APPLE'S PRIVACY CHANGES HURT ITS AD BUSINESS, CAUSING IT TO MISS REVENUE TARGETS

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, said that it had expected some disruption but that challenges for advertisers had been more severe...

 
 
 

SUPPLY CHAIN SHORTAGES: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Confession: We didn't even have a logistics beat before the pandemic. Now we do. Here's what we've learned about the global supply...

THE HEDGE FUND MANAGER WHO DUMPED THE TRUMP SPAC

The investor Boaz Weinstein moved to abandon a blank-check fund that announced a deal with the former president.

 
 
 

INSTAGRAM: A WATCH BRAND'S BEST FRIEND

Its effect on design may be a delicate subject, but no one disputes that popularity on the social media platform means sales.

RUSSIA STRENGTHENS ITS INTERNET CENSORSHIP POWERS

Quietly built over two years, the Kremlin's censorship infrastructure gives it sweeping power to block sites. Many fear a new age of...

 
 
 

FLYING WITH YOUR PET? IT JUST GOT A LOT MORE DIFFICULT

A recent C.D.C. rabies rule, pricey pet ‘tickets' and limits on animals in airline cabins are making traveling with a pet more complicated.

RETURN TO OFFICE MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE FOR BUDDING LAWYERS

The generational divide on returning to the office is not neatly drawn. For some young professionals, even in a pandemic, showing up...

 
 
 

DEALBOOK ONLINE SUMMIT

On November 9-10, we will gather icons of business, policy and culture to take stock of our rapidly evolving world.

VOLVO IS WINNING OVER BUYERS WITH A SLEEK NEW LOOK

With an aggressive push for electric vehicles and a coming I.P.O., the century-old Swedish carmaker is positioning itself for the future.

 
 
 



PPP Is Gone, But Government Help for Small Businesses Isn't

PPP Is Gone, But Government Help for Small Businesses Isn't

The federal government's Paycheck Protection Program provided small-business owners with just under $800 billion in COVID-19 relief, according to the U.S. Small Business... Read more ...

Stocks end mixed on Wall Street, still notch weekly gains

Stocks end mixed on Wall Street, still notch weekly gains

Stocks ended up with a mixed finish on Wall Street Friday after another choppy day of trading, but major indexes still marked their third weekly gains in a row. The S&P 500... Read more ...

Aromatherapy spray linked to US deaths faces recall

Aromatherapy spray linked to US deaths faces recall

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'All the Bright Places' has quickly become one of the most popular YA books...

"All the Bright Places" is a young adult romance book by Jennifer Niven that was published in 2015 and has recently become a hit on BookTok. Amazon; TikTok; Rachel... Read more ...

The Sherman Antitrust Act is the first in a line of federal laws protecting...

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Americans Vaccinated Against Coronavirus Have Lower Mortality Rates - Even...

The CDC framed the study as the latest proof the Covid-19 vaccines are extremely safe. Read more ...

Retailers Face Brutal Holiday Season: “Everything Is Going Wrong”

The retail industry appears to be headed for one of the most treacherous holiday seasons since the Great Recession of 2008-2009. Read more ...

Facebook is suing a Ukrainian hacker it alleges scraped and sold publicly...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Facebook is suing a Ukrainian hacker it alleges scraped 180 million user IDs and phone numbers. The company accuses... Read more ...

Snap, Intel fall; American Express, Mattel rise

NEW YORK - Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Friday: Intel Corp., down $6.54 to $49.46. The chipmaker gave investors a disappointing profit forecast... Read more ...

Gartner: Citizen developers will soon outnumber professional coders 4 to 1

Gartner: Citizen developers will soon outnumber professional coders 4 to 1

The spike in business-driven automation is paving the way for citizen developers. Read more ...