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The Changing Grass at Wimbledon

On the surface, Wimbledon is more steeped in tradition than any other tennis tournament, yet it undergoes more radical changes…

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Business

A Weak Euro Heads to an Uncomfortable Milestone: Parity With the Dollar

The list of ailments troubling the eurozone economy was already stark: the highest inflation rate on record, energy insecurity and…

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Business

The refinancing boom is ebbing as mortgage rates rise.

The mortgage refinancing boom is winding down and household debt levels are creeping up as consumers edge past the worst…

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Business

Hot Job Market, an Economic Relief, Is a Wall Street Worry

The U.S. unemployment rate is 3.6 percent — only a hair above its level just before the pandemic, which was…

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World

Here’s What Changes When New York Raises Its Covid Risk Level

As coronavirus cases rise again, fueled by BA.2, the highly contagious Omicron subvariant, New York City is on the cusp…

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Business

For Taxes, Where You Hold Your Investments Really Matters

Tax bills are bad enough when you know they are coming. When they are unexpected and large, and come from…

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Business

Are Big Businesses In or Out of Russia?

PepsiCo and McDonald’s are among the companies rethinking their businesses in Russia.Credit...John Macdougall/Agence France-Presse — Getty ...

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Business

Sea Ice Around Antarctica Reaches a Record Low

Sea ice around Antarctica has reached a record low in four decades of observations, a new analysis of satellite images…

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Magazine

Write It in Garamond

I cannot start any document — a novel, a letter, an invoice — without first clicking on the drop-down menu…

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Business

Inflation and Deficits Don’t Dim the Appeal of U.S. Bonds

Markets have been in upheaval. The Federal Reserve is taking steps to cool off the economy, as questions loom about…

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