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AT&T Wins Approval for $85.4 Billion Time Warner Deal in Defeat for Justice Dept.

AT&T Wins Approval for $85.4 Billion Time Warner Deal in Defeat for Justice Dept.

A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that the government had failed to prove that AT&T’s merger with Time Warner would harm consumers.

Playing Catch-Up With Walmart, Amazon Offers Digital Grocery Pickup at Whole Foods

Playing Catch-Up With Walmart, Amazon Offers Digital Grocery Pickup at Whole Foods

Shoppers who pay the Amazon Prime subscription fee can order their groceries online and pick them up 30 minutes later at a Whole Foods.

What Comes After the Media Men List? ‘A Lot of Hard Work’

What Comes After the Media Men List? ‘A Lot of Hard Work’

Moira Donegan started the online spreadsheet of men in the media industry accused of sexual harassment. She spoke with The Times about why she created it and what her life has been like since.

Daily News Newsroom Cut in Half by Tronc as Top Editor Is Ousted

Daily News Newsroom Cut in Half by Tronc as Top Editor Is Ousted

Scott Widener, who worked for The Daily News for 28 years, carrying a box of his belongings out of the paper’s headquarters in Lower Manhattan on Monday. “I’ve dodged a lot of bullets over the years, and I just couldn’t dodge this one,” he said.

Walmart, With Billions to Spend, Seeks Flipkart E-Commerce Site in India

Walmart, With Billions to Spend, Seeks Flipkart E-Commerce Site in India

Kalyan Krishnamurthy, Flipkart’s chief executive, is credited with turning the online retailer around after a rocky start.

Along Miami River, Derelict Bait Shops Give Way to Luxury Condos

Along Miami River, Derelict Bait Shops Give Way to Luxury Condos

The $1 billion Brickell City Center, which includes a shopping center, offices, luxury condos and a hotel, opened in Miami just south of the Miami River in late 2016.

Argentina’s Case Has No Victors, Many Losers

Argentina’s Case Has No Victors, Many Losers

Joseph Stiglitz, the Columbia economist, has said all creditors, not just bondholders, should be considered when a country cannot pay its bills.

Katrina Lake of Stitch Fix on Building Diverse Teams

Katrina Lake of Stitch Fix on Building Diverse Teams

Katrina Lake started Stitch Fix, now valued at nearly $2 billion, less than a decade after graduating from college.

An Artless Negotiation From the President Who Penned ‘The Art of the Deal’

An Artless Negotiation From the President Who Penned ‘The Art of the Deal’

“The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it,” President Trump wrote in “The Art of the Deal.” “That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead.”

Catering to Fliers’ Tastes at 30,000 Feet

Catering to Fliers’ Tastes at 30,000 Feet

William Gillen oversees the design and development of recipes for LSG Sky Chefs, a Lufthansa subsidiary that prepares meals for about 300 airlines.

Margaret Brennan Named Host of ‘Face the Nation’ on CBS

Margaret Brennan Named Host of ‘Face the Nation’ on CBS

Margaret Brennan on “Face the Nation.” Since joining CBS News in 2012, she has helped lead coverage of major international stories.

Free Power From Freeways? China Is Testing Roads Paved With Solar Panels

Free Power From Freeways? China Is Testing Roads Paved With Solar Panels

Zhang Hongchao, an engineering professor at Tongji University in Shanghai, helped develop Pavenergy’s solar road surface.

Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

Contractors pouring concrete this month during construction of the Poplar Grove coal mine in Rumsey, Ky. Grant Quasha, chief executive of Paringa Resources, which is developing the mine, said, “For smaller companies such as ourselves, it’s still very difficult to obtain financing.”

Lines Out the Door and Strong Sales at Tampa Gun Show

Lines Out the Door and Strong Sales at Tampa Gun Show

Several sellers at the Florida Gun Show in Tampa said they were on track to double their normal sales for a weekend. “I’m wiped out of everything,” one said.

Thiel Makes a Bid for Gawker.com, a Site He Helped Bankrupt

Thiel Makes a Bid for Gawker.com, a Site He Helped Bankrupt

Peter Thiel financially backed a 2016 lawsuit against Gawker Media that led to the company’s sale at a bankruptcy auction. The buyer, Univision, abandoned the website, which has remained static since 2016.

After Driving Streaming Music’s Rise, Spotify Aims to Cash In

After Driving Streaming Music’s Rise, Spotify Aims to Cash In

Daniel Ek, a co-founder and the chief executive of Spotify, at an investor presentation in March. The Swedish company’s shares will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.


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