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Disney World Workers Reject Contract Offer

Unions that represent about 32,000 full-time workers said the vote was overwhelmingly against the proposal, which have raised pay by…

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FTX Inquiry Expands as Prosecutors Reach Out to Former Executives

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are speaking with lawyers for former officials at the collapsed crypto exchange FTX and scrutinizing the…

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Advisory Firm Sues Elon Musk’s Twitter, Saying It Hasn’t Been Paid

Innisfree M&A says Twitter, which Elon Musk bought last year, has not paid it $1.9 million for services it rendered…

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Selling Trump Isn’t What It Used to Be

Donald Trump has reunited with a former business partner to sell online trading cards, hoping to recreate a once-profitable mix…

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Jury Rules for Elon Musk and Tesla in Investor Lawsuit Over Tweets

The case centered on whether investors lost money because they believed Mr. Musk’s social media posts about taking Tesla private…

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Strong hiring hints at more work ahead for the Fed, but wages cool.

Federal Reserve officials have said that they are looking for the labor market to cool as they assess how much…

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U.S. employers added 517,000 jobs in January.

The American labor market unleashed a burst of hiring in January, producing another wave of robust job growth even as…

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January Job Growth Is a Boost for Biden

A surge in job growth in January provided President Biden a lift just hours before he traveled to Philadelphia to…

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Why Chinese Companies Are Investing Billions in Mexico

Bill Chan had never set foot anywhere in Mexico, let alone the lonely stretch of desert in the north of…

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How ChatGPT Kicked Off an A.I. Arms Race

One day in mid-November, workers at OpenAI got an unexpected assignment: Release a chatbot, fast. The chatbot, an executive announced,…

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