David D. Smith, the chairman of Sinclair Broadcast Group, in 2011. This week, he defended a script that news anchors at his company’s stations were told to read. “Do you understand,” he wrote, “that as a practical matter every word that comes out of the mouths of network news people is scripted and approved by someone?”
A transparent sheet of polished diamond used in high-powered lasers. The market for synthetic diamonds has been growing in recent years as costs have fallen and quality has improved.
Jared Gutstadt, right, chief of Jingle Punks, with Nas in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The tax bill that President Trump signed last month remains relatively unpopular, although support for it has grown, according to a new survey conducted for The New York Times.
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.
Elliot Scheiner, a music producer and car audio specialist, with his son Matt. The high-end audio system bearing Elliot Scheiner’s initials, the ELS Studio 3D, is available in the 2019 Acura RDX crossover.
Malaysia’s new finance minister, Lim Guan Eng, center, said the government would “seek some claims” from Goldman Sachs, which helped raise billions of dollars for the 1MDB state investment fund. The fund is at the center of a scandal that led to the downfall of the previous government.
McDonald’s is among the fast-food chains to sign legally binding agreements with Washington State to drop so-called no-poach arrangements with franchisees.
Newspapers from New York to North Dakota have agreed to publish editorials on Thursday in response to the president’s anti-press rhetoric.
On the display boards at securities brokerages in Beijing, red means a rising stock and green a falling stock. Lately, for many investors, there has been too much green.
Leonard Lopate had been a host on WNYC for more than 30 years.
Construction workers at Salt Lake City International Airport. By one estimate, labor markets have been slack 70 percent of the time since 1980 — meaning workers, not employers, have to scramble.
“When will our exclusion matter?” asked Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a watchdog organization.
Tobi Lütke, chief executive of Shopify.
The runaway success of “Fire and Fury” has provided the ultimate victory lap for the publishing industry veteran Stephen Rubin.
A phone’s touchscreen sensors can track where and how you swipe your device to help determine who you are.
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