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The Passion, and Sometimes Profit, of Vintage Racing

The Passion, and Sometimes Profit, of Vintage Racing

Douglas Cushnie with his 1927 Bugatti in Sherman, Conn. He was preparing for his first big race, the United States Bugatti Grand Prix.

New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

Paul Tudor Jones II, who became famous for shorting the stock market before Black Monday in 1987, was prompted to think seriously about corporate responsibility in 2012. On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs will begin offering a fund based on his research.

‘How Long Can We Last?’ Trump’s Tariffs Hit Home in the U.S.

‘How Long Can We Last?’ Trump’s Tariffs Hit Home in the U.S.

A CP Industries plant in McKeesport, Pa. The company says tariffs on imported Chinese steel will increase its costs and make it less competitive in making cylinders for high-pressure gas.

In a Chinese Village, Elderly Farmers Are Now Yogis

In a Chinese Village, Elderly Farmers Are Now Yogis

The local Communist Party chief has turned to yoga to bring health and vitality to a fading, remote hamlet. Some tourist money would be welcome, too.

Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

Contractors pouring concrete this month during construction of the Poplar Grove coal mine in Rumsey, Ky. Grant Quasha, chief executive of Paringa Resources, which is developing the mine, said, “For smaller companies such as ourselves, it’s still very difficult to obtain financing.”

Reese Witherspoon’s Second Act: Big-Time Producer

Reese Witherspoon’s Second Act: Big-Time Producer

The Hello Sunshine production team, from left: Colleen McGuinness, Sarah Harden, Reese Witherspoon, Nichelle Tramble, Charlotte Koh and Lauren Levy Neustadter.

Goodbye, Denver Post. Hello, Blockchain.

Goodbye, Denver Post. Hello, Blockchain.

The Denver Post’s former headquarters in downtown Denver. Former Post editors and reporters are creating their own news outlet called The Colorado Sun.

Facebook Removes a Gospel Group’s Music Video

Facebook Removes a Gospel Group’s Music Video

The Indianapolis gospel group Zion’s Joy! in the video for a new song, “What Would Heaven Look Like.” Facebook removed it for “political content.”

At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

Toys ‘R’ Us closed the last of its 735 stores across the country this week. Cheryl Claude, center, an assistant manager in Woodbridge, N.J., worked until the last day, Thursday.

Leo Van Munching Jr., Empire Builder for Heineken, Dies at 89

Leo Van Munching Jr., Empire Builder for Heineken, Dies at 89

Leo Van Munching Jr., left, with Alfred Heineken. Mr. Van Munching persuaded Heineken to start brewing a low-calorie beer for export, Amstel Light.

Denise Morrison Quits as Campbell Chief, Further Cutting Female C.E.O. Ranks

Denise Morrison Quits as Campbell Chief, Further Cutting Female C.E.O. Ranks

Denise Morrison was the chief executive of Campbell Soup Company until retiring abruptly on Friday.

Why Pfizer’s Deal May Change the System of Taxing Multinationals

Why Pfizer’s Deal May Change the System of Taxing Multinationals

The current headquarters of Pfizer in New York. The drug maker was founded by German immigrants in Brooklyn in 1849.

Why Great Leaders See More and Exclude Less

Why Great Leaders See More and Exclude Less

Marty Stroud, a Louisiana prosecutor, apologized for overlooking conflicting evidence to obtain a wrongful conviction in a death row case.

Graydon Carter, Ex-Editor of Vanity Fair, Invests in an App

Graydon Carter, Ex-Editor of Vanity Fair, Invests in an App

Joshua James, left, and Adam Platzner created an app called Zig that has attracted investors including Graydon Carter, the music producer Quincy Jones and the Hollywood mogul Ron Meyer.

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.

Democrats in High-Tax States Plot to Blunt Impact of New Tax Law

Democrats in High-Tax States Plot to Blunt Impact of New Tax Law

Stephen M. Sweeney, the president of the New Jersey Senate, speaking to reporters last year. Mr. Sweeney, a Democrat, said Republicans had “completely turned the tables” against high-tax states.


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