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Executive Behind Facebook’s China Charm Campaign Is Out

Executive Behind Facebook’s China Charm Campaign Is Out

Facebook ads at the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing last year.

Let’s Talk About the Gorilla Channel for One More Day

Let’s Talk About the Gorilla Channel for One More Day

A joking tweet about President Trump purportedly demanding a “gorilla channel” spread across the internet this week.

Despite Changes, an Overhaul of Wall Street Falls Short

Despite Changes, an Overhaul of Wall Street Falls Short

Jamie Dimon, left, chief of JPMorgan Chase, and Lloyd Blankfein, his counterpart at Goldman Sachs. Four of the six biggest banks were more profitable last year — even after all those supposedly onerous fines — than in 2007.

Amazon Moves On Without ‘Transparent’ Actor Jeffrey Tambor

Amazon Moves On Without ‘Transparent’ Actor Jeffrey Tambor

Jeffrey Tambor in a scene from “Transparent.” In November, Mr. Tambor said that he did not see how he could return to the series, citing what he described as the “politicized atmosphere” on the set after he had been publicly accused of sexual harassment. On Thursday, Amazon Studios said he would not be back.

From the Poker Table to Wall Street

From the Poker Table to Wall Street

Vanessa Selbst, the winningest woman in the history of pro poker, has traded in the gaming tables for an office at Bridgewater Associates in Westport, Conn.

3 Women Who Had Encounters With Harvey Weinstein Question Lawyer’s Motives

3 Women Who Had Encounters With Harvey Weinstein Question Lawyer’s Motives

Benjamin Brafman, the lawyer representing the film mogul Harvey Weinstein against charges of rape and committing sexual contact.

Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

The French billionaire Vincent Bolloré is being investigated over whether his company got lucrative contracts in two African countries in exchange for helping their presidents get elected.

Ruling on Airbus Subsidies Could Escalate Trade Tensions With Europe

Ruling on Airbus Subsidies Could Escalate Trade Tensions With Europe

An Airbus A380 at the final assembly line at Airbus headquarters near Toulouse, France. The World Trade Organization on Tuesday found that the European Union had improperly issued Airbus preferential government loans with low interest rates for the A350 and the A380.

The Making of a No. 1 YouTube Conspiracy Video After the Parkland Tragedy

The Making of a No. 1 YouTube Conspiracy Video After the Parkland Tragedy

David Hogg, 17, has become a prominent student voice since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. A YouTube video that rose to the top trending spot on the service accused him of being an actor.

Sears C.E.O. Seeks to Buy the Retailer’s More Valuable Parts

Sears C.E.O. Seeks to Buy the Retailer’s More Valuable Parts

Edward S. Lampert, whose hedge fund owns a controlling stake in Sears, has been trying for years to save the troubled retailer.

Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Survives, but G.M. and Tesla Aren’t Cheering

Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Survives, but G.M. and Tesla Aren’t Cheering

A Tesla charging station in Mountain View, Calif. The company’s chief executive, Elon Musk, has sharply criticized the government’s restriction on the electric vehicle tax credit, which begins to phase out after a company sells 200,000 electric vehicles.

Daily News Newsroom Cut in Half by Tronc as Top Editor Is Ousted

Daily News Newsroom Cut in Half by Tronc as Top Editor Is Ousted

Scott Widener, who worked for The Daily News for 28 years, carrying a box of his belongings out of the paper’s headquarters in Lower Manhattan on Monday. “I’ve dodged a lot of bullets over the years, and I just couldn’t dodge this one,” he said.

Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Judith Pearson, a gun owner and retired school principal in Minnesota, told her Twitter followers to boycott the National Rifle Association.

Bull Market Hits a Milestone: 3,453 Days. Most Americans Aren’t at the Party.

Bull Market Hits a Milestone: 3,453 Days. Most Americans Aren’t at the Party.

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.

SoftBank Bets Big on WeWork. Again.

SoftBank Bets Big on WeWork. Again.

WeWork’s booth at TechCrunch Disrupt in Manhattan in 2017. Recent investments give WeWork an implied valuation of just over $20 billion.


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