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Network news commentators took a pause during the inauguration ceremony, not wanting to compete with the oath of President Donald J. Trump.
States don’t always follow the lead of the federal government, and that is likely to be true regarding issues like climate change and health care.
In the last decade, only one film that had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival has earned more than $40 million at the box office.
To my surprise, in 1995 The Times turned down my offer of the nyt.com domain. I was told that it would be confused with the internet address of New York Telephone.
The move by George Osborne, the former chancellor of the Exchequer, is the latest example of British politicians taking financial jobs.
What do you do with all that money when you can never spend it all? After Ray Kroc amassed a vast fortune, his third wife, Joan, gave most of it to philanthropic causes.
Stocks edged higher in afternoon trading Friday following Donald Trump's swearing in as the 45th president of the United States. Phone companies, real estate and materials stocks were among the biggest gainers. Health care and industrial companies lagged the broader market. Investors were also weighing the latest batch of company earnings news.
If you overspent on holiday gifts, credit experts advise that you pay down your card balance as quickly as possible.
Most smartphones can store a visual history of your travels based on your GPS data, but you can turn it off.
Separate the personal from the professional if colleagues rub you the wrong way, but let the boss know if they’re not doing their job.
The outgoing secretary of defense says providing a clear sense of direction is especially important in the national security area.
Rising debt helped fuel growth last year. But the central bank told big banks that they could lend even more during an upcoming holiday period.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accused Navient, the nation’s largest student loan servicer, of much wrongdoing. Here’s how to steer clear of problems.
Following a behavioral economist from Harvard as she navigates the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where 80 percent of the participants are men.
In 37 years at The Village Voice, Mr. Barrett took on New York’s builders, landlords and politicians, among them Donald J. Trump and Rudolph W. Giuliani.
Mr. Mnuchin, who failed to disclose nearly $100 million in assets, said the disclosure forms were “complicated” and his omissions were “unintentional.”
The largest U.S. collector of student loan payments is accused of engaging in the sloppiness and misleading tactics seen in the subprime market.
The highway agency found that while Tesla’s Autopilot feature didn’t prevent a crash in Florida, the system performed as it was intended.
Mr. Johnson is an old friend of President-elect Donald J. Trump, who has named just four ambassadors since his election in November.
Financial professionals, not known for political protest because of its potential to hurt their careers, are joining the Washington event in force.
Ben Hubbard, a Mideast correspondent for The Times, tags along with his wife, a storyteller who was invited to Davos as a “Cultural Leader.”
The Education Department told the Charlotte School of Law that its students would not be eligible for federal aid because it did not meet standards.
From the moment he is sworn in, the new president, Donald J. Trump, may be in violation of a lease with the federal government.
For Steve Hayes, a childhood hobby turned into a collection of 13,500 automotive marketing brochures. Most of them will soon be up for sale.
President-elect Donald J. Trump says the federal government can be managed like a business. We’re about to find out if he’s right.
A retired schoolteacher and a former marketing executive built a company in Colorado that sells child-resistant containers to cannabis dispensaries.