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Learning to Allow for Cultural Differences in the Workplace

Learning to Allow for Cultural Differences in the Workplace

Edward Dolman went from porter to chairman of Christie’s before taking over Phillips.

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

Steve Jobs could be unnecessarily cruel to the people who helped make his dreams come true, Tony Schwartz writes.

Is Indianapolis Cool Enough for Amazon? It Just Might Be

Is Indianapolis Cool Enough for Amazon? It Just Might Be

“Indianapolis has done what may be the best urban redevelopment I’ve seen in this country,” said Bob Stutz, chief executive of Salesforce.com’s Marketing Cloud, which is based in the city.

E.U. Membership Lets Britons Share Their Pain

E.U. Membership Lets Britons Share Their Pain

Mark J. Carney, governor of the Bank of England, said membership in the European Union offered Britain both benefits and challenges.

AT&T Drops Huawei’s New Smartphone Amid Security Worries

AT&T Drops Huawei’s New Smartphone Amid Security Worries

Richard Yu, chief executive of Huawei’s consumer business group, presenting the high-end Mate 10 smartphone in Munich in October.

Trump’s Solar Tariffs Cause a Scramble in the Industry

Trump’s Solar Tariffs Cause a Scramble in the Industry

Assembly-line workers at a solar-panel factory in China. To be exempted from American tariffs, solar companies must show that they have a unique technology or offering.

A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

Sir Alan Parker spoke at a Night of Motown benefit in 2016 for Save the Children U.K. Mr. Parker resigned as chairman in the spring, a week after Britain’s Charities Commission opened an investigation into his handling of a sexual harassment scandal.

The Ordinary License Plate’s Days May Be Numbered

The Ordinary License Plate’s Days May Be Numbered

Reviver Auto has started deploying a digital license plate in California, where a pilot project is evaluating the potential benefits of doing away with the sheet of stamped metal.

Jeffrey Tambor Will Return to ‘Arrested Development’

Jeffrey Tambor Will Return to ‘Arrested Development’

Jeffrey Tambor, who left the Amazon series “Transparent” amid sexual harassment allegations, will appear regularly on the coming season of “Arrested Development” on Netflix.

In Tax Overhaul, Trump Tries to Defy the Economic Odds

In Tax Overhaul, Trump Tries to Defy the Economic Odds

A North Carolina plant that recycles plastic bottle chips. President Trump and congressional Republicans have argued that their rewrite of the tax code will create more jobs and raise wages.

What Amazon’s New Headquarters Could Mean for Rents

What Amazon’s New Headquarters Could Mean for Rents

Nashville has seen an influx of residents in recent years, with many of them moving into newly built downtown apartment complexes. Apartments line the streets of East Nashville.

Want to See Your Baby? In China, It Can Cost You

Want to See Your Baby? In China, It Can Cost You

Huadu District People’s Hospital in Guangzhou, China, where Juliana Brandy Logbo, a Liberian, gave birth to twins this month but wasn’t allowed to see them, she said, until she had raised hundreds of dollars to pay medical fees.

It’s Not the Hours We Work, but the Energy We Put Into Them

It’s Not the Hours We Work, but the Energy We Put Into Them

Jeb Bush said people needed to work longer hours.

How to Clean Up the Student Loan Mess

How to Clean Up the Student Loan Mess

The University of California at Berkeley. A Princeton researcher has found that the arbitrary process of loan servicers’ assigning a call to one operator instead of another has real effects on a borrower’s loan status.

When Picking Apples on a Farm With 5,000 Rules, Watch Out for the Ladders

When Picking Apples on a Farm With 5,000 Rules, Watch Out for the Ladders

Indian Ladder Farms, a fifth-generation family operation near Albany. The fall apple harvest season accounts for about half of its annual revenue.

Unwrapping the Cable TV Bundle

Unwrapping the Cable TV Bundle

ESPN has lost roughly three million subscribers in the past year, according to Nielsen, because of people’s cancellation of their cable subscriptions.


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