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Led by Cult Bourbons, Distillers Dream of a ‘Napa-fication’ of Kentucky

Led by Cult Bourbons, Distillers Dream of a ‘Napa-fication’ of Kentucky

Dixon Dedman of Kentucky Owl. “This region has matured with the rise of the bourbon industry the way a stupid underage kid grows up to be a sophisticated adult,” he said. “I would never in my wildest dreams have imagined that we’d be where we are today.”

Latino Business Group Considers Harassment Allegations Against C.E.O.

Latino Business Group Considers Harassment Allegations Against C.E.O.

Javier Palomarez, the president and chief executive of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, at a news conference on immigration in Washington in 2013.

On Trade, the U.S. and China Consider the Unthinkable: Breaking Up

On Trade, the U.S. and China Consider the Unthinkable: Breaking Up

China’s explosive rise was a shock to the global trading system. For decades, Western economies like the United States have struggled with the growth of this economic powerhouse.

Glencore’s Shares Drop After Justice Department Subpoena

Glencore’s Shares Drop After Justice Department Subpoena

The United States has requested documents from Glencore as part of a money-laundering and corruption investigation related to the company’s dealings in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Venezuela.

Report for America Supports Journalism Where Cutbacks Hit Hard

Report for America Supports Journalism Where Cutbacks Hit Hard

Molly Born, a West Virginia Public Radio reporter, has the state motto tattooed on her back. She applied for the Report for America program in hopes of covering her home state.

Ivanka Trump Wins China Trademarks, Then Her Father Vows to Save ZTE

Ivanka Trump Wins China Trademarks, Then Her Father Vows to Save ZTE

Ivanka Trump at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland in March. Her growing portfolio of trademarks in China raises questions about whether Chinese officials are giving the Trump family extra consideration that they otherwise might not get.

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.

When a Female C.E.O. Leaves, the Glass Ceiling Is Restored

When a Female C.E.O. Leaves, the Glass Ceiling Is Restored

After Indra Nooyi leaves PepsiCo, only 24 women will remain as chief executives the top publicly traded companies that comprise the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index, accounting for just 4.8 percent of its leaders.

BBC News Editor Quits Her Post to Protest Gender Pay Gap

BBC News Editor Quits Her Post to Protest Gender Pay Gap

BBC News presenters Simon McCoy and Carrie Gracie in 2008. Ms. Gracie accused the BBC on Sunday of having a “secretive and illegal” salary system that paid men more than female journalists in similar jobs.

Is Alexa Listening? Amazon Echo Sent Out Recording of Couple’s Conversation

Is Alexa Listening? Amazon Echo Sent Out Recording of Couple’s Conversation

Amazon said that one of its Echo devices mistook a woman’s words for a set of commands instructing it to record her conversation with her husband and send it to one of his employees.

There’s Community and Consensus. But It’s No Commune.

There’s Community and Consensus. But It’s No Commune.

The Pioneer Valley Cohousing Community in Amherst, Mass., is multigenerational, but some cohousing developments are mostly or exclusively occupied by senior residents.

Decade After Crisis, a $600 Trillion Market Remains Murky to Regulators

Decade After Crisis, a $600 Trillion Market Remains Murky to Regulators

The European headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group in London. Two subsidiaries there trade derivatives, but only one is required to report the trades to regulators in the United States.

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

The front page of The New York Post on Friday included a plea for gun control that broke new ground for the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid.

Europe Worries as Facebook Fights Manipulation Worldwide

Europe Worries as Facebook Fights Manipulation Worldwide

Facebook revealed this post to be the work of an Iranian-backed campaign aimed at Britain, the first known influence campaign with a target outside the United States.

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.

Tax Break, or Kickback? Energy Benefit Becomes a Lightning Rod

Tax Break, or Kickback? Energy Benefit Becomes a Lightning Rod

The Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York is among the public projects that have benefited from an energy-efficiency tax deduction. Many agencies have been prevented from taking advantage of the same incentive.


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