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Inside Danny Meyer’s Lonely War on Tips

Inside Danny Meyer’s Lonely War on Tips

Three years ago, the influential New York restaurateur abolished tipping at his restaurants in what he knew would be a serious test of his leadership.

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Elon Musk: Tesla Will Remain a Public Company

Elon Musk: Tesla Will Remain a Public Company

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he is giving up on taking the company private in the wake of shareholders’ objections.

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Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Testified and Was Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, Longtime Trump Organization CFO, Testified and Was Granted Immunity in Cohen Probe

Allen Weisselberg, President Trump’s longtime financial gatekeeper, was granted immunity by federal authorities and testified before a grand jury, the third confidant of Mr. Trump known to have provided information in an illegal hush-money investigation that has implicated the president.

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Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them.

Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them.

Banks and fintech companies are plunging with new vigor into a risky area of consumer finance.

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Backlash Against Venezuelan Refugees Grows Across South America

Backlash Against Venezuelan Refugees Grows Across South America

Across swaths of South America, sympathy is giving way to resentment over the 2.3 million Venezuelans the U.N. estimates have fled to neighboring countries since 2014. We look at one Brazilian town along the border—the sole road crossing between the two nations.

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America Has Fallen Out of Love With the Sedan

America Has Fallen Out of Love With the Sedan

Long a symbol of the American open road, the classic sedan is fading in the rearview mirror as millions of drivers migrate to sport-utility vehicles, prompting auto makers to rework their lineups. One cause is the shifting relationship between people and their automobiles.

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Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Once hailed for her resistance in a Russian court, the Ukrainian now stands accused of plotting a coup. Her saga shows how this troubled country has become a political hall of mirrors, rife with suspicion, paranoia and uncertainty.

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John McCain to Discontinue Medical Treatment for Brain Cancer

John McCain to Discontinue Medical Treatment for Brain Cancer

Sen. John McCain will discontinue treatment for brain cancer, his family said, adding the progress of the disease and his advancing age will “render their verdict.”

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S&P 500 Closes at New High

S&P 500 Closes at New High

The S&P 500 notched its first record close since January, after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell defended the central bank’s plan to raise interest rates gradually. The Nasdaq Composite and Russell 2000 also hit records.

Published 1 month ago

Backlash Against Venezuelan Refugees Grows Across South America

Backlash Against Venezuelan Refugees Grows Across South America

Across swaths of South America, sympathy is giving way to resentment over the 2.3 million Venezuelans the U.N. estimates have fled to neighboring countries since 2014. We look at one Brazilian town along the border—the sole road crossing between the two nations.

Published 1 month ago

S&P 500 Closes at New High

S&P 500 Closes at New High

The S&P 500 notched its first record close since January, after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell defended the central bank’s plan to raise interest rates gradually. The Nasdaq Composite and Russell 2000 also hit records.

Published 1 month ago

Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Jerome Powell Defends Policy of Gradually Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell defended the strategy of gradually raising interest rates, pushing back against criticisms that the central bank is moving either too quickly or too slowly, jeopardizing the economy’s expansion.

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U.S. Stocks Higher as Powell Defends Fed’s Interest-Rate Path

U.S. Stocks Higher as Powell Defends Fed’s Interest-Rate Path

U.S. stocks jumped, putting the S&P 500 on track to notch its first record close since January, after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell defended the central bank’s plan to raise interest rates gradually.

Published 1 month ago

Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Soldier, Patriot, Hero, Traitor? The Strange Saga of Nadiya Savchenko

Once hailed for her resistance in a Russian court, the Ukrainian now stands accused of plotting a coup. Her saga shows how this troubled country has become a political hall of mirrors, rife with suspicion, paranoia and uncertainty.

Published 1 month ago