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After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

The financial district of San Juan looms over houses covered by tarps after Hurricane Maria devastated the area last year.

Bankers Hate the Volcker Rule. Now, It Could Be Watered Down.

Bankers Hate the Volcker Rule. Now, It Could Be Watered Down.

The Federal Reserve and other regulators will soon propose significant changes to the Volcker Rule, making it easier for large banks to engage in trading that can be highly profitable but also very risky.

How Marc Jacobs Fell Out of Fashion

How Marc Jacobs Fell Out of Fashion

Though the fortunes of the fashion designer Marc Jacobs have fallen in recent years, he can still attract a celebrity following. In 2015, he waited patiently for Cher, his date to that year’s Met Gala.

Weeks After Matt Lauer Is Ousted, ‘Today’ Changes Show’s Top Producer

Weeks After Matt Lauer Is Ousted, ‘Today’ Changes Show’s Top Producer

Don Nash, right, took over as the executive producer of “Today” in 2012 and had a close working relationship with Matt Lauer, center.

Overcoming the Confidence Gap for Women

Overcoming the Confidence Gap for Women

Lynne Doughtie, the next chief executive of KPMG, one of the Big Four accounting firms.

China’s Communists Rewrite the Rules for Foreign Businesses

China’s Communists Rewrite the Rules for Foreign Businesses

A joint venture between Honda and the Chinese automaker Dongfeng builds Civics at this plant in Wuhan, China. Honda changed its legal documents to give the Communist Party a greater role in its Chinese factories.

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.”

How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media

How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media

The Hart Senate Office Building, home of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

A view of the Olympic Village this week as preparations for the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, reached their final stages.

Sergio Marchionne, Who Revived Fiat and Chrysler, Dies at 66

Sergio Marchionne, Who Revived Fiat and Chrysler, Dies at 66

Sergio Marchionne in 2015 at the Chrysler Tech Center in Auburn Hills, Mich. He took over Fiat in 2004 and spearheaded the acquisition of Chrysler in 2009, becoming one of the most closely watched chief executives in the automaking industry.

California Marijuana Start-Ups, Shut Out From Banks, Turn to Private Backing

California Marijuana Start-Ups, Shut Out From Banks, Turn to Private Backing

Carrie Tice, the founder of Octavia Wellness in San Francisco. She sells cannabis products marketed to elderly customers looking for alternatives to opioids for pain relief and better sleep.

‘It’s Factory North America,’ but Trump Could Hobble It

‘It’s Factory North America,’ but Trump Could Hobble It

A Union Pacific train departing from the terminal in Joliet, Ill.

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.

The Link Between Parenting and Leadership

The Link Between Parenting and Leadership

Representative Paul D. Ryan greets his children on the campaign trail in Iowa in 2012.

Google Capital Ventures Into Public Companies With Care.com

Google Capital Ventures Into Public Companies With Care.com

Sheila Lirio Marcelo is founder and C.E.O. of Care.com, which helps people find health care, child care and other services.

Tax Overhaul Gains Public Support, Buoying Republicans

Tax Overhaul Gains Public Support, Buoying Republicans

Colleen Doering runs a small facilities maintenance business in Florida. “My paycheck has increased, and if I see it in my paycheck, then I know my employees are seeing it in theirs,” she said of the new tax law.


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