As Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield work to divide their holdings in the wake of a sex-harassment scandal, the chef Alex Stupak will now run their Midtown taqueria.
The giant retailer will begin to subsidize tuition for its 1.4 million employees in the United States to study either business or supply chain management. The workers would pay $1 a day.
Anbang’s founder, Wu Xiaohui, who rose to prominence when he bought the Waldorf Astoria, is taking the rare step of appealing an 18-year prison sentence.
Its political uncertainty is hitting markets globally, and that could be the precursor to a wider financial crisis.
Channing Dungey, who canceled the hit sitcom after its star’s racist tweet, was held up as an example of why diversity in Hollywood’s highest ranks is important.
After a successful career on Wall Street, she became a leading buyer and seller of antique and estate baubles on Madison Avenue.
Rich and technologically advanced, the United States continues to accept a degree of dysfunction that would be intolerable in any other rich society.
Rowan University and the Borough of Glassboro overcame years of distrust to revitalize the downtown area with retail, restaurants and student housing.
A new lawsuit suggests that a proposed merger between CBS and Viacom was just step one in a larger plan. It also asserts Ms. Redstone’s control of CBS.
Ms. Barr cited “The Planet of the Apes” in discussing Valerie Jarrett, a black woman and former adviser to President Barack Obama. She then deleted the post, apologized and said she would quit Twitter.