Beginning ‘Brexit’ and Bracing for Impact
Months after the vote to leave the European Union, Britain is beginning the process, and the economic consequences are likely to be significant.
With Automation’s Advance, Coal Jobs Trump Vows to Save No Longer Exist
The jobs the president alluded to — hardy miners in mazelike tunnels with picks and shovels — have become vestiges of the past.
Google Says Uber Executive Used Confidential Data to Poach Workers
Uber disclosed Google’s claim against Anthony Levandowski to support its request for arbitration in an intellectual property fight.
Chase Had Ads on 400,000 Sites. Then on Just 5,000. Same Results.
The bank found that limiting its advertising to preapproved hosts, to avoid proximity to fake news or offensive videos, did not hurt its visibility.
Breakingviews: Look for Market Buoyancy Ahead of ‘Brexit’ to Be Short-Lived
If hard, even rancorous bargaining coincides with slowing growth, investors in British assets are likely to encounter some turmoil in the months...
Sketch Guy: Sometimes, Spending Brings a Bigger Return Than Saving
We all get that nagging feeling that the money we want to spend on someone and something we love should be saved instead. Here’s a counterargument.
Oscars Error Won’t Cost Accounting Firm Its Job
Despite the spectacular mix-up over the award for best picture, PwC will stay on the job after a vote by the Hollywood organization.
Valeant Bet Was a ‘Huge Mistake,’ Hedge Fund Chief Ackman Says
In a rare moment of contrition, the billionaire hedge fund manager William Ackman apologized for an investment that cost his investors $4 billion.
Little Sign of a ‘Trump Bump’ in the Economic Forecast
Despite upbeat sentiment among consumers and investors in the new year, actual growth estimates are modest for the quarter and beyond.
Ivanka Trump, Shifting Plans, Will Become a Federal Employee
The president’s elder daughter had drawn criticism from ethics experts after saying she would serve as an informal adviser to her father.
Your Money Adviser: A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You
People who are 70½ are required to take initial withdrawals from their I.R.A.s. The deadline for doing so is April 1, which this year is a Saturday.
What the Repeal of Online Privacy Protections Means for You
Now that internet providers will not have to get permission to collect and sell customers’ online information, how will that affect privacy online?