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Dow Jones and S.&P. Slide Again, Dropping by More Than 4%

Dow Jones and S.&P. Slide Again, Dropping by More Than 4%

President Trump likes to take credit for the rise of the stock market. It surged after he was elected in 2016 and has reached record highs. He has mentioned its performance at least 25 times this month alone.

ABC Plans a ‘Roseanne’ Spinoff, Without Roseanne Barr

ABC Plans a ‘Roseanne’ Spinoff, Without Roseanne Barr

Lecy Goranson, left, and Sara Gilbert, who reprised their roles as the daughters of Roseanne Conner in the rebooted version of “Roseanne.” The show’s title character was played by Roseanne Barr, who will not be part of the network’s planned spinoff series.

Singapore Cites Three Banks in Inquiry Into Malaysia’s 1MDB Fund

Singapore Cites Three Banks in Inquiry Into Malaysia’s 1MDB Fund

A branch of UBS in Singapore. The authorities have identified significant lapses in anti-money laundering controls in its local branches as part of a global inquiry into a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund.

Tech Giants Win a Battle Over Copyright Rules in Europe

Tech Giants Win a Battle Over Copyright Rules in Europe

European Parliament lawmakers rejected a bill backed by news outlets and music publishers to restrict the use of their content on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.

The Profound Social Cost of American Exceptionalism

The Profound Social Cost of American Exceptionalism

A homeless woman and her grandchild in Atlantic City, where more than a third of the population lives in poverty. The share of Americans in poverty is more than twice that in France, Iceland or the Netherlands.

Breaking Into the Boom in Escape Rooms: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

Breaking Into the Boom in Escape Rooms: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

From left, Celia Bassalely, Carolina Aziz, Jonathan Abda, Michelle Bassaly, Ariel Cohen, Jordan Cohen and Ben Weber playing Escape the Nemesis at Mission Escape Games in New York.

Delta Air Lines Tightens Rules for Service and Support Animals

Delta Air Lines Tightens Rules for Service and Support Animals

A service dog on a plane at Newark Liberty International Airport during a training exercise last year. The Department of Transportation is considering rules to counteract passengers who falsely claim their pets are service animals.

Belatedly, The Indianapolis Star Gets Its Due for Gymnastics Investigation

Belatedly, The Indianapolis Star Gets Its Due for Gymnastics Investigation

Marisa Kwiatkowski, a reporter for The Indianapolis Star who dug into the story about the sexual abuse of gymnasts. “At the end of the day, none of this would have happened if not for those women coming forward and sharing their stories with the public,” she said.

House Passes Online Sex-Trafficking Bill After Big Tech Companies Back Off

House Passes Online Sex-Trafficking Bill After Big Tech Companies Back Off

“Congress never intended for the internet to be a haven for criminal activity,” said Representative Ann Wagner of Missouri, who introduced the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act.

Kushner’s Financial Ties to Israel Deepen Even With Mideast Diplomatic Role

Kushner’s Financial Ties to Israel Deepen Even With Mideast Diplomatic Role

Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, at the end of a diplomatic trip to Israel in May. Shortly before, Kushner Companies received a $30 million investment from one of Israel’s largest financial institutions, Menora Mivtachim.

How Private Equity Found Power and Profit in State Capitols

How Private Equity Found Power and Profit in State Capitols

The average loan from Springleaf Financial Services, now known as OneMain Financial, carries a 26 percent interest rate.

Need a Quick Inspection of a 58-Story Tower? Send a Drone

Need a Quick Inspection of a 58-Story Tower? Send a Drone

John Murphy and Larry Shueneman of Coastal Construction fly a drone over a construction site at the Miami Worldcenter, in Miami.

Overcoming the Confidence Gap for Women

Overcoming the Confidence Gap for Women

Lynne Doughtie, the next chief executive of KPMG, one of the Big Four accounting firms.

The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

Emily Nemens’s eclectic taste and creative ambitions proved to be a draw for the Paris Review board, which chose her over a pool of candidates better known in New York’s literary circles.

How Student Debt Can Ruin Home Buying Dreams

How Student Debt Can Ruin Home Buying Dreams

Rebecca Wills had hoped to have a sizable nest egg by now to put toward buying a home, but instead she has had to grapple with $60,000 in student loans.

Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy?

Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy?

A client viewing an apartment priced at $160,000 in a Moscow complex whose developer went bankrupt. Russians may hesitate to move for job opportunities because of the difficulties in buying and selling homes.


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