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Unwrapping the Cable TV Bundle

Unwrapping the Cable TV Bundle

ESPN has lost roughly three million subscribers in the past year, according to Nielsen, because of people’s cancellation of their cable subscriptions.

As Greece Ends a Decade of Bailouts, Problems Linger for Europe

As Greece Ends a Decade of Bailouts, Problems Linger for Europe

Marching on the Greek parliament in Athens to protest the government’s labor reforms. European Union officials are expected to unveil a plan in Brussels on Thursday to get the indebted country to stand on its own.

Tesla Achieves a Key Weekly Goal for Producing Its Model 3

Tesla Achieves a Key Weekly Goal for Producing Its Model 3

Tesla workers on a Model 3 assembly line in Fremont.

Gun Makers Are Reeling Even as Threat of Regulation Recedes

Gun Makers Are Reeling Even as Threat of Regulation Recedes

A customer holding an AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle at an Orem, Utah, gun store. F.B.I. background checks for gun purchases fell 8 percent last year.

When It Comes to Tea, Promoting the Power of the Plant

When It Comes to Tea, Promoting the Power of the Plant

A print ad for Traditional Medicinals, a maker of herbal teas, created by a Minneapolis agency, Haberman.

A Plan to Unlock Billions of Barrels of Oil From Utah’s Sands

A Plan to Unlock Billions of Barrels of Oil From Utah’s Sands

Petroteq Energy workers testing the company’s new oil sands processing plant near Vernal, Utah.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, Co-Host of ‘The Five,’ Is Leaving Fox News

Kimberly Guilfoyle, Co-Host of ‘The Five,’ Is Leaving Fox News

Kimberly Guilfoyle, who recently revealed that she is dating Donald Trump Jr., joined Fox News in 2006.

Cambodia Finds New Target for Real Estate: Chinese Investors

Cambodia Finds New Target for Real Estate: Chinese Investors

Development projects on Diamond Island in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The city is experiencing a building boom, and its main investors are coming from China.

In Sparing Consumers Tariff Burden, Trump Hit Manufacturing

In Sparing Consumers Tariff Burden, Trump Hit Manufacturing

A Boeing 737 on the assembly line in Renton, Wash. Aircraft and their parts are the single largest American export to China, making Boeing a tempting target in a trade war.

Inflation and Stocks Are Both Up, and That’s Stirring Some Worries

Inflation and Stocks Are Both Up, and That’s Stirring Some Worries

Outside the New York Stock Exchange, with the Charging Bull statue. The long-running bull market may be coming to an end — or perhaps not.

Greece May Be Turning a Corner. Greeks Who Fled Are Staying Put.

Greece May Be Turning a Corner. Greeks Who Fled Are Staying Put.

A cafe popular with Greeks in Düsseldorf, Germany, where a mini-Athens is thriving with expatriates.

China Strikes Back at Trump’s Tariffs, but Its Consumers Worry

China Strikes Back at Trump’s Tariffs, but Its Consumers Worry

A worker packing bottles of oil made from imported American soybeans at a factory in Qufu, China, on Wednesday. One-third of China’s soy imports last year came from the United States.

In the Face of the Extreme, Finding Balance (and Mashed Potatoes)

In the Face of the Extreme, Finding Balance (and Mashed Potatoes)

Caroline Brennan, who works with Catholic Relief Services, speaking with a Syrian family at a refugee camp in Lebanon.

Disney Fires ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Director Over Offensive Tweets

Disney Fires ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Director Over Offensive Tweets

James Gunn is the creative force behind the two “Guardians of the Galaxy” films, which have collected a combined $1.6 billion worldwide.

For Europe, an Unpleasant Question: Confront Trump or Avoid a Costly Trade War

For Europe, an Unpleasant Question: Confront Trump or Avoid a Costly Trade War

The port at Hamburg, Germany. As the European Union’s largest economic power, Germany would be reluctant to put up more barriers to free trade in the conflict with President Trump, one expert said.

Facebook Should Consider a ‘Why Me?’ Button

Facebook Should Consider a ‘Why Me?’ Button

How can Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, respond to a growing list of problems? A good start might be explaining how and why users see certain ads and posts.


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