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The C.E.O. of Starbucks Isn’t Leaving. Only Howard Schultz Is.

The C.E.O. of Starbucks Isn’t Leaving. Only Howard Schultz Is.

Kevin Johnson, the chief executive of Starbucks since April of last year, is slowly raising his profile now that Howard Schultz, the company’s charismatic chairman, is departing to pursue a possible run for public office.

The Guardian, Britain’s Left-Wing News Power, Goes Tabloid

The Guardian, Britain’s Left-Wing News Power, Goes Tabloid

The redesigned Guardian, right, next to an issue with the old design.

In Ending ‘Roseanne,’ ABC Executive Makes Her Voice Heard

In Ending ‘Roseanne,’ ABC Executive Makes Her Voice Heard

Channing Dungey had stayed out of the spotlight since taking over as the head of ABC Entertainment in 2016, but her decision to cancel “Roseanne” drew praise from people throughout Hollywood on Tuesday.

5 Steps to Take if the Market Drop Has You Thinking of Unloading Stocks

5 Steps to Take if the Market Drop Has You Thinking of Unloading Stocks

Wall Street’s decade-long surge has even the most rational investors wondering whether they should change their investment strategies.

Seeking Hospitality Outside Its Traditional Realm

Seeking Hospitality Outside Its Traditional Realm

Tony Chi, founder of Tonychi & Associates, in Taiwan.

What is the Blockchain? Explaining the Tech Behind Cryptocurrencies

What is the Blockchain? Explaining the Tech Behind Cryptocurrencies

From Bitcoin to Litecoin to Ethereum, we explain how cryptocurrency transactions work.

G.E. to Spin Off Health Care Division as Part of Major Reshaping

G.E. to Spin Off Health Care Division as Part of Major Reshaping

A General Electric plant in Wisconsin. The company plans to focus on its aviation, power and renewable energy divisions.

Trump Nominee Is Mastermind of Anti-Union Legal Campaign

Trump Nominee Is Mastermind of Anti-Union Legal Campaign

A labor protest in New York last month on the day the Supreme Court struck down mandatory union fees for government workers. A legal campaign to force public-sector unions to refund fees already paid by nonmembers is underway in several states.

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

In an interview with ABC News, the pilots of the Southwest plane whose engine exploded last month described what went through their minds. “As long as you have altitude and ideas, you’re O.K.,” Captain Tammie Jo Shults said. “And we had both.”

French Companies Have Newfound Freedom … to Fire

French Companies Have Newfound Freedom … to Fire

A Citroën assembly plant in Rennes, France. PSA Group, Citroën’s parent company, plans to offer buyouts to 1,300 workers and hire less expensive employees with digital skills.

Toymaker VTech Settles Charges of Violating Child Privacy Law

Toymaker VTech Settles Charges of Violating Child Privacy Law

The F.T.C. said that VTech, which makes a variety of electronic toys, collected data about more than 638,000 children without notifying users or asking parents for permission.

Please, Please Buy This Gun Company

Please, Please Buy This Gun Company

Gun-control supporters have wondered about the opportunities to be found in Remington’s bankruptcy.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

Rayven Bruzzese, a sign-language student in Philadelphia, deleted Facebook in March because she found it upsetting. Now she spends time on Instagram — which is owned by Facebook.

After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

“When will our exclusion matter?” asked Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a watchdog organization.

At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

Toys ‘R’ Us closed the last of its 735 stores across the country this week. Cheryl Claude, center, an assistant manager in Woodbridge, N.J., worked until the last day, Thursday.

Apple’s Deal for Shazam Is Delayed in Europe Over Data Concerns

Apple’s Deal for Shazam Is Delayed in Europe Over Data Concerns

European regulators announced an investigation into Apple’s proposed acquisition of Shazam, the song-identification app, over concerns that Apple would acquire data on competitors.


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