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Start of a New Year of Trading, and Jobs Report From December

Here’s what to expect in the week ahead: MARKETS Trading Takes a One-Day Rest The question for financial markets in 2018 is whether they can continue to...

Democrats in High-Tax States Plot to Blunt Impact of New Tax Law

Democrats in high-cost, high-tax states are plotting ways to do what their states’ representatives in Congress could not: blunt the impact of the newly...

How Do You Vote? 50 Million Google Images Give a Clue

What vehicle is most strongly associated with Republican voting districts? Extended-cab pickup trucks. For Democratic districts? Sedans. Those conclusions may not be particularly surprising. After...

On the fifth day of Christmas my stock pick is Applied Materials–and five golden...

All the work by Nvidia, Intel, Applied Micro Devices, and Alphabet that I described in my fourth day of Christmas stock pick post means...

How Do You Turn an Ad Into a Meme? Two Words: Dilly Dilly

In 1995, a nation was rapt as three frogs croaked the syllables in “Budweiser.” Four years later, Budweiser prompted countless television viewers to wag...

From Trump to #MeToo: A Dizzying Year in TV News

A cable-news-obsessed president turned TV journalists into household names. A nationwide reckoning on sexual harassment ended the careers of some of television’s best-known personalities....

‘Last Jedi’ Is 2017’s Box Office Winner in a Women-Led Year

LOS ANGELES — Sorry, Batman. So close, yet so far away, Star-Lord. Better luck next time, Captain Jack Sparrow. Rather, the three most popular movies...

City of the Future? Humans, Not Technology, Are the Challenge in Toronto

TORONTO — For a city striving to become a major technology center, it was a prize catch: A Google corporate sibling would spend the...

We Asked Women in Blue-Collar Workplaces About Harassment. Here Are Their Stories.

A woman on a repair crew was deliberately stranded on top of a 200-foot wind turbine by her male co-workers after enduring months of...

Even in Poland, Workers’ Wages Flow to North Korea

POLICE, Poland — At an isolated shipyard on Poland’s Baltic coast, men in coveralls used welding torches under a cold drizzle, forging an oil...

UK economy in 2018: steady growth tempered by Brexit politics

Forty years ago, Ian Dury and the Blockheads released Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3 – listing some of the better things in life...

Year of the disruptors: bitcoin, Tesla and the slow demise of cash

2017 was year marked by mini-upsets in the business world that, taken together, represented a changing of the old guard and a new establishment...
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