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Does the tag say “buyer’s remorse,” “spousal guilt trip” or “bloating may ensue?” If not, it’s time to consider the object’s full consumption cost.
Yet it is unclear how long Carrie Lam can continue to govern the territory after her retreat on a contentious extradition proposal.
The orchestra wants to give its musicians fewer weeks of work. The players say that will affect quality.
Suzanne Collins’s dystopian trilogy about children fighting to the death, later adapted as a series of blockbuster movies, is getting a prequel.
The Trump administration’s taxes made that washing machine cost more, but gas is cheaper because the markets are jittery about the trade war.
Patrick Drahi’s acquisition of the auction house, which has struggled to turn a profit recently, will return it to private ownership after 31 years of being publicly traded.
The privately owned French fashion house has a new creative director, strong sales growth and a firm message: Chanel is not for sale.
The neo-Nazi website falsely accused Mr. Obeidallah, a comedian, of committing terrorism. He hopes to give money to organizations that fight white supremacy.
Big financial donors have started to favor three candidates in the Democratic presidential primary — and none are hometown politicians.
The state is teaming up with Silicon Valley to make mental health services more available. Promises abound, and so do potential problems.
Efforts to cut off the Chinese company from U.S. technology will crimp business over the next two years, said Ren Zhengfei, though he vowed a 2021 recovery.
At the New Rules Summit, hosted by The New York Times, participants working in groups proposed changes to create equitable environments in the workplace. Here are the topics, quotations from group leaders and takeaways.