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Does a Lawsuit Now Help the Weinstein Victims?

Does a Lawsuit Now Help the Weinstein Victims?

Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, whose lawsuit against the Weinstein Company could make it harder for Harvey Weinstein’s victims to receive compensation.

Trump Says He Got Rid of Obamacare. The I.R.S. Doesn’t Agree.

Trump Says He Got Rid of Obamacare. The I.R.S. Doesn’t Agree.

President Trump has said he “essentially” got rid of Obamacare. But the portion of the law that was eliminated by the Republican tax bill last year was the individual mandate, not the employer mandate that’s still in effect.

Internet Users in China Expect to Be Tracked. Now, They Want Privacy.

Internet Users in China Expect to Be Tracked. Now, They Want Privacy.

Ant Financial, an affiliate of the e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, has apologized for automatically enrolling users in a program that tracks personal relationships and behavior patterns.

Misreading the Lessons From Financial Crises

Misreading the Lessons From Financial Crises

Paul A. Volcker testifying before the House Banking Committee in 1980. He conquered a crisis of runaway inflation.

Condé Nast Chooses a Digital-First Editor to Run Glamour

Condé Nast Chooses a Digital-First Editor to Run Glamour

Samantha Barry, most recently the executive producer for social and emerging media at CNN Worldwide, was named the new editor in chief of Glamour on Monday. It will be her first job at a magazine.

Tronc Sells The Los Angeles Times to Local Billionaire for $500 Million

Tronc Sells The Los Angeles Times to Local Billionaire for $500 Million

After decades of corporate control, The Los Angeles Times will once again come under local ownership.

Biggest Banks Pass Fed’s Stress Tests

Biggest Banks Pass Fed’s Stress Tests

The ability of most banks to breeze through the so-called stress tests is an indication of how far Wall Street has come since the financial crisis.

Richard Elden, Innovative Hedge Fund Investor, Is Dead at 84

Richard Elden, Innovative Hedge Fund Investor, Is Dead at 84

Richard Elden, an early investor in a number of notable hedge funds, in Chicago this year.

Takata Saw and Hid Risk in Airbags in 2004, Former Workers Say

Takata Saw and Hid Risk in Airbags in 2004, Former Workers Say

Inside a Takata showroom in Tokyo on Thursday.

Janet Yellen’s Fitting Finale: Fed Plans to Stand Still

Janet Yellen’s Fitting Finale: Fed Plans to Stand Still

Janet L. Yellen will join the Brookings Institution on Monday after leaving her term as chairwoman of the Federal Reserve.


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