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How Alvin Bragg Hitched His Fate to Trump’s

Reporters vied for seats in the briefing room, some even crouching on the floor. They all knew, on this Tuesday…

Business

Planning to Combine Business and Leisure Travel? You’re Not Alone.

On a Sunday in late January, Melinda Buchmann, who lives in Florida and supervises client relations for RevShoppe, a 30-person…

World

Mass Tech Layoffs? Just Another Day in the Corporate Blender.

Silicon Valley, home of so many technological and workplace innovations, is rolling out another one: the unnecessary layoff. After shedding…

Business

Young Entrepreneurs Find a Way to Indulge Their C.E.O. Dreams

Fresh business school graduates are raising “search funds” from willing investors to buy companies they can lead.

Business

U.S. Judge Blocks Rule Extending Reach of Labor Law to Franchisers

The ruling upends the National Labor Relations Board’s move to broaden the standard for determining when a company is liable…

Business

Biden Targets Big Business and Billionaires

The president used his State of the Union address to plug his economic record and, and announce a policy wish…

Business

Squeezed by Soaring Rent, Small Shops Get Creative

Some ambitious entrepreneurs in New York City are experimenting with diversified business models to connect with shoppers and bring in…

World

A $450 Million Blow to Trump’s Finances, and His Identity

A huge penalty for deceiving lenders about the value of his properties and his own net worth, if upheld, leaves…

World

We Need to Restore the Soul of New York City

Over the past decade, there has been much hand-wringing about New York’s puzzling empty storefront problem, with vacancy rates sitting…

World

Norby Walters, 91, Dies; Music and Sports Agent Who Ran Afoul of the Law

He ran a highly successful booking agency, but his secret contacts with college athletes led to convictions (later reversed) for…

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