Cecilia Malmstrom, the European commissioner for trade, said Brussels would be willing to cut “car tariffs to zero, all tariffs to zero, if the U.S. does the same.”
A new mosque under construction in Taksim Square.
In general, bankers and traders are a conspicuously clean-shaven lot. A noted exception is Lloyd C. Blankfein.
An academic study says his website, Craigslist, put a dent in the newspaper business. Now Craig Newmark is giving millions to journalism.
President Trump at last month’s Group of 7 summit meeting, where he praised eliminating tariffs and subsidies, saying, “That would be the ultimate thing.”
Sky’s headquarters in London. Comcast’s $30.7 billion offer for Sky puts the American cable giant in a takeover battle with Rupert Murdoch for control of the British broadcaster.
Tencent was among the companies at an internet conference in Wuzhen, China, in December. On Wednesday, the company stumbled, missing earnings targets and posting a slowdown in profit growth for the first time in more than a decade.
Passersby and tourists outside the holiday window displays at Saks Fifth Avenue in Manhattan earlier this month.
ZTE said last week that it had halted “major operating activities” because it could not get needed American components. It has 75,000 employees and says it has business in more than 160 nations.
Gregory Abel, left, will become vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway’s non-insurance businesses, and Ajit Jain will serve as vice chairman of the conglomerate’s insurance operations.
Samantha Bee, host of “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee,” drew intense criticism after using a vulgarity to refer to President Trump’s daughter Ivanka. She apologized, calling her choice of words “inappropriate and inexcusable.”
Kenneth C. Frazier, the chief executive of Merck, speaking at the company’s headquarters in Kenilworth, N.J., last week.
Starbucks is about to embark on one of corporate America’s most ambitious efforts to deal with implicit racial bias, by closing its doors for a four-hour afternoon training session.
Laurence D. Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, will tell companies they need to contribute to society to receive his firm’s support.
An engineer, Howard Lin, fine-tuning the Dodge Drag Strip Simulator for this year’s New York International Auto Show.
Stephen A. Schwarzman planned to make a $25 million donation to Abington Senior High School in Pennsylvania in return for naming rights, among other conditions.
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