A federal judge ruled against a group of New York University employees who claimed that faulty oversight had collectively cost workers millions of dollars.
Menacing the media is a theme of President Trump’s rallies, but news organizations are anticipating an unnerving midterm election season, especially after a hostile crowd in Florida on Tuesday night.
A Chinese company waged a furious — and ultimately successful — lobbying campaign to win a reprieve from penalties in Congress.
Raising the price of iPhones worked in this cycle. But next?
Shavelson ignited a huge strike by women garment workers that helped galvanize the labor movement. She went on to fight for suffrage and tenants’ rights.
The electric-car maker consumed cash at a reduced rate in the second quarter, but still used $436 million as it continued to ramp up production.
David M. Halbfinger, The Times’s Jerusalem bureau chief, found Google Translate useful in Israeli and Palestinian territory, but Waze sometimes reaches a dead end.
Anna Wintour is staying, but the once-plush company behind Vogue and The New Yorker lost $120 million last year.
Google withdrew from China in 2010 to protest the country’s censorship. Now the internet giant is working on a search engine that complies with Chinese censorship rules.
The company’s chairman and chief executive is a rare business leader who applauds President Trump’s protectionist approach to trade.