The United States needs an approach to merger regulation that supports transactions that create enterprises capable of standing head-to-head with the tech giants.
A boom in artificial intelligence research has drawn the tech industry’s biggest companies and their checkbooks to the storied English city.
The Supreme Court will take up that issue of whether false statements are enough to prove a scheme to defraud later this year.
In spite of Republican attacks, the insurance markets under the Affordable Care Act are stubbornly resilient. While consumers can expect sharp price increases in some areas, premiums are going up modestly in others.
The decision to head to the fertility clinic for women in a study had more to do with an absence of suitable men and little to do with getting ahead at work.
Tatiana R. Martins, the head of the public corruption unit in the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan, will join the law firm Davis Polk as a partner.
The California Supreme Court said that federal law protected internet companies from liability for statements written by others.
Compliment Your Mirror Day and Cell Phone Courtesy Month are among thousands of offbeat observances chronicled and vetted by a reference book.
National Ice Cream Month and Cell Phone Courtesy Month are among thousands of offbeat observances chronicled and vetted by a reference book.
Ride-hailing companies are buying their way into bike-sharing, but that’s just another step toward them owning the entire way we navigate cities.