New York was riveted by a debate over incentives offered to Amazon to build a headquarters. But Hudson Yards, the huge office and luxury residential development in Manhattan, has received far more.
In a letter, the agency warned of safety concerns after the airline accused the union of illegally grounding planes.
Sweden has prioritized gender and women’s issues for years. Even its foreign policy is feminist.
There are some big questions hanging over the social network’s promise of change — not least about how it will make money.
The Hollywood Reporter portrayed a situation in which the chairman of Warner Bros., Kevin Tsujihara, pushed for a woman with whom he had a sexual relationship to be considered for film and TV roles.
The New York magazine veteran Jared Hohlt succeeds Julia Turner in the role. “I’m excited for a whole new rhythm to work with,” he said.
This year’s annual jamboree of the political right suggested that Silicon Valley is becoming a top target for conservatives.
The Trump administration accuses Beijing of forcing foreign companies to hand over technological secrets. A new law in the works tries to address such concerns.
The Trump administration’s agreement is shaping up to be less ambitious than what the president and his top advisers initially set out to win.
Adding lighter fare like salads to the usual burgers and fries has meant more options for time-pressed diners. But the meals are largely less healthy now, a new study finds.