Didi Chuxing said it would overhaul its app, as well as safety and security practices, after the death of a passenger focused attention on the company.
A Japanese company is applying a Netflix-like subscription model to tables and chairs.
Financial markets fell on news that the Five Star Movement and the anti-immigrant League party want to radically change the country’s ties with the European Union.
Jack Ewing, who covers autos and economics for The Times, says a “Jetsons”-like future is still far off, even as cars become even more computerized.
The Swiss pharmaceutical giant said Felix R. Ehrat would retire, after the company said this month it had made payments to President Trump’s personal lawyer.
A revised Nafta agreement appears unlikely, and Europe looks likely to challenge the U.S. on Iran. (One bright spot: Boeing’s victory at the W.T.O.)
The network lets advertisers know they are welcome to get in on the act during its presentation in New York.
As Europe implements a sweeping new data privacy law, Ireland is in the middle of a standoff between regulators and tech companies.
CP3 plays many roles in the N.B.A. Besides being the starting point guard for the Rockets, he is an outspoken voice on social issues, and leads the player union.
Lord & Taylor is partnering with Walmart to start a “premium” fashion store on Walmart.com, a move reflecting the challenges of modern retailing.