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More in DealBook Newsletter › Photo Credit Roberto Schmidt/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The Race to Avoid Omicron Lockdowns President Biden hopes more testing will stave off renewed restrictions.
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The World Economic Forum postponed its annual gathering of business and government leaders over fears of the Omicron variant.
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Despite controversy over lawmakers’ trading activity, Democrats and Republicans still bought stocks worth hundreds of millions.
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Dan Doctoroff reconsiders his priorities.
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Major brands and chief executives have become increasingly entangled in social and political debates. Is more to come?
After embracing flexible work styles during the pandemic, some companies are now embracing a shorter week.
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The rising gender gap in college education — currently three women for every two men — might turn out to be one of the most transformative trends of our time.
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A conversation with The Times’s Maggie Haberman about how President Trump has managed the federal response to the pandemic.
A conversation with The Times’s David Sanger on how Washington and Beijing are battling over the future of technology.
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A group of experts gathered to debate vaccines, inequality and repairing the nation’s battered institutions.
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Search Search Clear this text input Meta aims for ‘deep compatibility’ with blockchain, according to an internal post. Andrew Bosworth, who will become Meta’s chief technology officer next year, laid out a vision for the social network to adopt and work with various blockchain or crypto technologies that have collectively become known as web3.
The company showed that people would flock to an audio-only social media app. Can it fend off the imitators?
The Brazilian owner of Havaianas, the maker of flip flops, is taking a 49.9 percent stake in the San Francisco company.
Tech executives and engineers are quitting Google, Meta, Amazon and other large companies for what they say is a once-in-generation opportunity with crypto.
In a sign of the luxury industry’s revival from pandemic lows, the company went public through a SPAC on Monday.
Expectations for autonomous vehicles have cooled since Mr. Ammann took over nearly three years ago, leaving his post as the president of General Motors.
Jurors were asked to decide: Did Elizabeth Holmes intend to deceive her company’s investors and patients?
The Hagerty brand insures collectible autos — two million of them — and its articles and videos draw crowds. After going public, it has bigger plans.
There is more suspense than usual surrounding the central bank’s latest policy meeting.
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Some women at the company, founded by Elon Musk, described feelings of powerlessness and a failure by the company’s human resources office to discipline male employees.
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