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From Vertigo to Tinnitus, Ear Ailments Are New Focus for Drugs

From Vertigo to Tinnitus, Ear Ailments Are New Focus for Drugs

Dr. Hinrich Staecker, left, examining Rob Gerk, who lost most of his hearing when he had meningitis as a toddler.

Engine on Southwest Jet Not the Only One to Develop Cracks

Engine on Southwest Jet Not the Only One to Develop Cracks

On Tuesday, the same day an engine exploded on a 737 operated by Southwest Airlines, the F.A.A. barred the Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engine, above on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, from ultralong, over-water flights.

Marc Benioff of Salesforce: ‘Are We Not All Connected?’

Marc Benioff of Salesforce: ‘Are We Not All Connected?’

Marc Benioff, the chief executive officer of Salesforce.com, believes he can make the world a better place while also making hefty profits for his company.

As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

A Jatco factory in Fuji, Japan. An immediate, total shift to electric vehicles “would kill my business,” said Terry Nakatsuka, the carmaker’s chief executive.

T. Boone Pickens, a Texas-Size Businessman, Calls It Quits

T. Boone Pickens, a Texas-Size Businessman, Calls It Quits

The Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens on his Mesa Vista Ranch, which he has put up for sale for $250 million.

Building a Modern Airport in Salt Lake City From One Well Past Its Prime

Building a Modern Airport in Salt Lake City From One Well Past Its Prime

Work last week on the $3.6 billion reconstruction project at Salt Lake City International Airport.

Why Is Elon Musk Attacking the Media? We Explain. (Also, Give Us a Good Rating!)

Why Is Elon Musk Attacking the Media? We Explain. (Also, Give Us a Good Rating!)

Elon Musk has occasionally struck a combative tone on Twitter in recent weeks. On Wednesday he singled out the “holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies.”

Trump Hands Out ‘Fake News Awards,’ Sans the Red Carpet

Trump Hands Out ‘Fake News Awards,’ Sans the Red Carpet

A Times Square billboard that “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” bought to nominate itself for President Trump’s “Fake News Awards.”

A Public Outcry Against a Wall Street Titan’s Name on a High School

A Public Outcry Against a Wall Street Titan’s Name on a High School

Stephen A. Schwarzman planned to make a $25 million donation to Abington Senior High School in Pennsylvania in return for naming rights, among other conditions.

Betting on Crisis, Hedge Funds Short Italian Bonds

Betting on Crisis, Hedge Funds Short Italian Bonds

The Lower Chamber of Italy’s Parliament in Rome. Markets convulsed after a government put forward by a populist coalition was rejected by Italy’s president.

For Local Newspapers, Angry Readers Are a Given. But Killings Send Shivers.

For Local Newspapers, Angry Readers Are a Given. But Killings Send Shivers.

“What the shooting crystallized was that maybe we’ve become inured,” Audrey Cooper, the editor of The San Francisco Chronicle, 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.

Learning to Allow for Cultural Differences in the Workplace

Learning to Allow for Cultural Differences in the Workplace

Edward Dolman went from porter to chairman of Christie’s before taking over Phillips.

Why a Trade Truce Could Add Almost $2 Trillion to the Stock Market

Why a Trade Truce Could Add Almost $2 Trillion to the Stock Market

Applying market multiples that prevailed before President Trump’s tariffs would take the current Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index above 3,000 points.

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

In an interview with ABC News, the pilots of the Southwest plane whose engine exploded last month described what went through their minds. “As long as you have altitude and ideas, you’re O.K.,” Captain Tammie Jo Shults said. “And we had both.”

A Cell Therapy Untested in Humans Saves a Baby With Cancer

A Cell Therapy Untested in Humans Saves a Baby With Cancer

Layla Richards had been expected to die from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She has been in remission for a few months.


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