Rob Norman, who recently retired as chief digital officer at GroupM, speculated that in five to seven years, “there will be at least one company that people will think of in the top five most important enterprises in advertising that simply doesn’t exist now.”
Emmanuel Macron, the French president, at the opening of the technology incubator Station F in Paris last June. He has vowed to make France a “start-up nation.”
Testing chemical solutions at Lynas Corporation. The company provides materials known as rare earths, which are used to make personal electronics like smartphones and televisions, and electric and hybrid cars.
Harold E. Ford Jr., a former five-term representative from Tennessee who joined Morgan Stanley in 2011, acknowledged facing flak over his expense account and treatment of assistants but said his conduct had always been appropriate.
Judith M. Shaw, the administrator of Maine’s Office of Securities, had an idea: Train bank employees to recognize suspicious activity, like sudden large transfers, in exchange for greater protection from legal liability for reporting it.
Leonard Lopate had been a host on WNYC for more than 30 years.
Tesla’s Model 3, which is made at a factory in Fremont, Calif. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health is investigating a worker’s injury there this month.
A steel mill in China. President Trump has contended that tariffs on steel, aluminum and a variety of imported Chinese goods would generate sufficient revenue to reduce the federal debt.
The headquarters of Beijing Bytedance Technology, the parent company of the Jinri Toutiao app, in Beijing. The app has a daily user base of 120 million people.
President Trump and Gary D. Cohn, a former Goldman Sachs president and now the White House chief economic adviser, at Camp David. Mr. Cohn is widely expected to be on his way out.
Lyft is buying the parent company of CitiBike and other bike-sharing programs.
In the episode of his show blocked by Netflix in Saudi Arabia, Hasan Minhaj says, “Now would be a good time to reassess our relationship with Saudi Arabia, and I mean that as a Muslim and an American.”
Brazil accused the Trump administration on Wednesday of breaking off negotiations over the tariffs last week and issuing an ultimatum. According to the Brazilian authorities, the United States said the country’s steel and aluminum industries could opt for tariffs or quotas.
Miss America contestants modeling swimsuits in Atlantic City in 1965. On Tuesday, the Miss America Organization announced it would scrap both the swimsuit and evening gown portion of the competition.
Several cars at All Stars Auto Sales in Cypress, Tex., are under recall, including some of the Chevrolets, but they have not yet been fixed.
Portraits of Office Evolution franchise owners at headquarters in Broomfield, Colo. Rather than global or political issues, “our clients are focused on developing business in their communities,” said Mark Hemmeter, the founder.
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