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Free Power From Freeways? China Is Testing Roads Paved With Solar Panels

Free Power From Freeways? China Is Testing Roads Paved With Solar Panels

Zhang Hongchao, an engineering professor at Tongji University in Shanghai, helped develop Pavenergy’s solar road surface.

The C.E.O. Who Stood Up to President Trump: Ken Frazier Speaks Out

The C.E.O. Who Stood Up to President Trump: Ken Frazier Speaks Out

Kenneth C. Frazier, the chief executive of Merck, speaking at the company’s headquarters in Kenilworth, N.J., last week.

For Millennial Investors, a Harsh Lesson in Market Gyrations

For Millennial Investors, a Harsh Lesson in Market Gyrations

Mario Tehuitzil, 27, a pediatrics assistant, said he felt a “a punch to the gut” when he learned his investments had dropped more than 40 percent.

G.E. to Spin Off Health Care Division as Part of Major Reshaping

G.E. to Spin Off Health Care Division as Part of Major Reshaping

A General Electric plant in Wisconsin. The company plans to focus on its aviation, power and renewable energy divisions.

Mikhail Fridman Proposes $4 Billion Investment in Oi of Brazil

Mikhail Fridman Proposes $4 Billion Investment in Oi of Brazil

The Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman in 2008.

New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

Ali Watkins, who had been covering federal law enforcement in Washington, will be assigned a mentor and moved to a new beat in New York.

Trump Doubles Down on Potential Trade War With China

Trump Doubles Down on Potential Trade War With China

President Trump said Thursday that he would consider adding tariffs on an additional $100 billion in Chinese goods.

As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

The European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Only a few years after the eurozone emerged from a crisis that nearly destroyed it, the central bank is in effect declaring the region strong enough to stand on its own. But many economists aren’t so sure.

Farfetch, Online Retailer, Plans to Go Public as Luxury E-Commerce Grows

Farfetch, Online Retailer, Plans to Go Public as Luxury E-Commerce Grows

Farfetch, the online marketplace, formally unveiled its plans for an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.

Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Participants in a recent study on gun violence in movies were shown clips from six films, among them “Skyfall,” the 2012 James Bond thriller.

Michael Wolff Says Trump Has Less Credibility Than ‘Anyone Who Has Ever Walked on Earth’

Michael Wolff Says Trump Has Less Credibility Than ‘Anyone Who Has Ever Walked on Earth’

Michael Wolff, the author of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” on the “Today” show. Mr. Wolff said that many of those close to the president told him the same thing: “They all say he is like a child.”

Sergio Marchionne, Who Revived Fiat and Chrysler, Dies at 66

Sergio Marchionne, Who Revived Fiat and Chrysler, Dies at 66

Sergio Marchionne in 2015 at the Chrysler Tech Center in Auburn Hills, Mich. He took over Fiat in 2004 and spearheaded the acquisition of Chrysler in 2009, becoming one of the most closely watched chief executives in the automaking industry.

Martin Sorrell Is Gone From WPP, but That Doesn’t Mean He’s Gone Quiet

Martin Sorrell Is Gone From WPP, but That Doesn’t Mean He’s Gone Quiet

Since abruptly resigning as the chief executive of WPP in April, Martin Sorrell has created a new advertising company called S4 Capital.

Virtual Reality Is Carmakers’ Latest Selling Tool, at Shows and in Showrooms

Virtual Reality Is Carmakers’ Latest Selling Tool, at Shows and in Showrooms

An engineer, Howard Lin, fine-tuning the Dodge Drag Strip Simulator for this year’s New York International Auto Show.

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

Steve Jobs could be unnecessarily cruel to the people who helped make his dreams come true, Tony Schwartz writes.

The Nuclear Power Plant of the Future May Be Floating Near Russia

The Nuclear Power Plant of the Future May Be Floating Near Russia

The port of Murmansk, in far northwest Russia, is the site of a technologically advanced but potentially risky experiment: a floating nuclear power plant.


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