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At UEFA, Mounting Concern About A.C. Milan’s Murky Finances | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
UEFA will decide early next month whether A.C. Milan, a seven-time European champion, has the financial resources to re-enter its continental championships should it play its way back in.
‘Junk’ Mines the Milken Era for Truths That Resonate Now | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
Ayad Akhtar’s play portrays the financial excesses of the 1980s — part of what he calls “a collapse of a collective vision” of America — in ways that evoke unsettling new thoughts.
China Busts a $3 Billion Underground Bank as It Tightens Its Grip on Money | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
The police detained seven people thought to have helped thousands of Chinese circumvent government limits on how much money they can move from the country.
Black Friday 2017: Bargain Hunting Begins on Thursday | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
Once the forks are put down for good, Americans will start hitting the stores for Black Friday deals. Even if it’s still Thanksgiving.
Why is ‘Black Friday’ Called ‘Black Friday’? | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
The term has come to denote joyous commercial excess, stupendous deals and big profits. But it wasn’t always this way.
Social Q’s: Correcting a Co-Worker’s Grammar: Helpful or Hurtful? | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
And: a sister’s boyfriend using apps on the down-low; a bothersome noisy garden tool; and a dissatisfied vegan at the dinner table.
Tech Tip: Choosing a Payment Option for Google Play | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
Even though you don’t have to pay for free apps, the Google Play store will urge you to add a payment option to your account.
Facebook Founder’s Favor Comes With Complications | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 23, 2017
Wherever Mark Zuckerberg goes in Silicon Valley, he seems to generate a housing problem, including at an R.V. community where residents were evicted this month.
The Culture Is Changing, With Feminist Cheese | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
All across America, cheese making is a great way to trot away from the male herd.
George Avakian, Record Producer and Talent Scout, Dies at 98 | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Mr. Avakian was a longtime force in the recording industry, helping the careers of Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Keith Jarrett and the comedian Bob Newhart.
Economic View: Laptops Are Great. But Not During a Lecture or a Meeting. | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
A growing body of evidence shows that college students generally learn less when they use computers or tablets during lectures. That is probably true in workplace meetings, too.
Breakingviews: Emerson’s Bid for Rockwell Has a Big Flaw | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Emerson Electric is unlikely to prevail in its attempt to acquire Rockwell Automation as long as it’s paying partly in stock.
How to Make Sense of the U.S. Case Against AT&T-Time Warner | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
The Justice Department’s suit to block the AT&T and Time Warner merger was a stark departure from decades of leniency toward similar tie-ups.
State of the Art: Twitter, It’s Time to End Your Anything-Goes Paradise | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Twitter should scrap a founding principle — everyone gains equal footing and any behavior is tolerated — and create a new system that rewards positive contributions.
Unearthed Raymond Chandler Story Rebukes U.S. Health Care System | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
You won’t find Philip Marlowe in the crime novelist’s short story “It’s All Right — He’s Dead.” But it explores themes still relevant 60 years after Chandler’s death.
DealBook Briefing: F.C.C. Reignites Fight Between Tech and Telecom | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
The agency’s net neutrality decision raises questions about whether broadband providers should be able to charge for certain kinds of internet traffic.
Skin Deep: His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
How teenage boys and young men wearing makeup are affecting beauty norms.
The Getaway: Not Your Typical Cruise Ship | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
New vessels aim for new passengers who are adventurous, design-savvy and, in some cases, younger.
Trump Must Decide on Tariffs for Imported Washing Machines | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
The United States International Trade Commission will hand the president the second test of his willingness to impose tariffs on foreign rivals of domestic manufacturers.
Inside the Race for the Top Job on Wall Street | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Harvey Schwartz and David Solomon are vying to run Goldman Sachs. One is a smooth-talking deejay. The other is a publicity-shy black belt in karate.
Tech Fix: How to Buy a Great TV This Black Friday | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Black Friday tends to be when prices for great TVs drop to their lowest. But there are pitfalls, so we put together a playbook for how to snag the best TV for you.
Entrepreneurship: As ‘Ban the Box’ Spreads, Private Employers Still Have Questions | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Businesses eager to give former criminals a chance wonder if new job-application laws go far enough. Others worry about liability, hiring delays and more room for racial bias.
The Mishaps and Milestones of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
A hippopotamus sailed over the ocean. A giant cat caused a plane to plummet. Here’s a look at the curious history of the famous balloons.
G’night Forever, Little Edie! Grey Gardens Is Empty at Last. | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
“No extra charge for the cat pee!” said an organizer. But, yes, pricing was a challenge: How to put a monetary value on provenance this rich?
U.K. Finance Minister Seeks to Placate Angry Young Voters | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
With Brexit looming large, more-affordable housing featured prominently as Philip Hammond presented his budget to Parliament.
Tech We’re Using: How to Cover Rocket Blastoffs With an iPhone | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Space shuttle launches were Earth-rattling when seen in person. Now rocket launches can be covered through an iPhone, says Kenneth Chang, who covers space for The Times.
Giving Thanks, but Not for Turkey-Powered Energy | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
A Minnesota utility wants to shut down a biofuel plant that runs on turkey droppings and wood. Loggers and truckers are suing to save it.
Millennials’ Lust for Makeup Is the Lipstick on Retail’s Pig | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Young shoppers influenced by videos and social media are spending their money on eye shadow and lipstick, and brands like Ulta and Sephora are thriving.
Grand Buildings Help Keep Macy’s Afloat | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
The company’s real estate is now worth more than its market value.
Retailers’ Recipe for the Holidays: Big Sales; Fewer Seasonal Workers | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Except for Amazon, most major retailers have scaled back plans for hiring temporary employees during the year’s biggest shopping season, and Walmart is adding almost none.
Rollback of Net Neutrality Has Small Businesses Worried | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Small companies, which have increasingly turned to the internet, worry that a pay-for-play system online could price them out of doing business.
Fed Remains on Track to Raise Interest Rates Next Month | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
Federal Reserve officials remain united in confusion about why inflation is weak but divided about the consequences.
Trump Organization Will Exit From Its Struggling SoHo Hotel in New York | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 22, 2017
A restaurant has closed and room rates have been slashed at the Trump SoHo, which has had trouble attracting guests. The president’s company has negotiated a departure.
AT&T’s Run-Ins With the Government | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
AT&T's many tangles with antitrust law over the years are a reminder of the complicated balancing act the government must strike in regulating ever-changing companies.
C.E.O. Deficit Fears Dissolve With the Prospect of Corporate Tax Cuts | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
In 2012, business leaders warned against the looming debt disaster. Now, with corporate tax cuts on the table, those concerns have been put aside.
Fanatics, Maker of Sports Apparel, Succeeds by Seizing the Moment | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
The company has carved out a lucrative niche by securing valuable licensing rights and moving quickly to capitalize on surges in fan demand.
Indian Automaker’s Plant Is Latest Sign of Detroit Comeback | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
Mahindra will open the area’s first new vehicle assembly factory in 25 years, building off-road vehicles. The move may signal larger ambitions in the American market.
Charlie Rose Ousted by CBS and PBS After Harassment Allegations | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
David Rhodes, the president of CBS News, notes allegations of “extremely disturbing and intolerable behavior.” Bloomberg also cuts ties with the host.
Breakingviews: Ditching ‘Too Big to Fail’ Tag Only Solves Some Problems | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
Zions Bancorp is lobbying watchdogs to nix its too-big status. The change may trim costs and let the bank return more capital. But it won’t improve loan demand.
Meg Whitman to Step Down as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise C.E.O. | The New York Times
The New York Times | November 21, 2017
After building eBay into an internet giant, Ms. Whitman steered Hewlett-Packard, one of Silicon Valley’s corporate icons, with mixed results.