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New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin and his colleagues help make sense of major business and policy news — and the power-brokers who shape them.
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If initial coin offerings have been the wild West of the investment world, then the sheriff has just arrived to bring order. A recent decision in Federal District Court in Brooklyn may be a first step in putting an end to that view, our reporter writes.
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The businesswoman and civic leader Ruth Clark saw a rising demand for temporary data processors in 1974 and rising unemployment in minorities neighborhoods. Her trailblazing jobs agency addressed both.
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Ira Sabin, a bebop drummer who started what became JazzTimes magazine in 1970 as a four-page newspaper to promote new releases at his jazz records store in Washington, has died at 90
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Losses due to natural catastrophes have been nearly double the 10-year average in two of the last seven years
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Qutoutiao's shares rose nearly 130 percent from their listing value on the first day — only to crash 40 percent in the next session
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Chinese start-ups are bringing the volatility of their homeland markets to New York
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Citi Match was supposed to be a safe space free of high-frequency traders. In reality, the two of those entities had access, and Citigroup failed to tell others using the trading venue, the S.E.C. says.
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Blackstone's chief, Stephen Schwarzman, is playing a key role in brokering trade talks between Beijing and Washington. Whether they will work is another question.
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SpaceX's announcement of its mystery customer comes after a tumultuous summer for its founder, Elon Musk, and one of his other companies, Tesla, the electric carmarker
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Justice Department gives approval for Cigna-Express Scripts Deal, one of two major health insurance-pharmacy deals before federal officials
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Salesforce’s founder bought Time magazine for $190 million. The deal is tech’s second try at Time, the premier American newsmagazine for much of the 20th century. Our reporters have the details:
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In March, Meredith Corporation announced it would put Time magazine up for sale. After nearly six months, Time found its saviors when software titan Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne, agreed to pay $190 million in cash for the magazine, our writes
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Elon Musk welcomed a lawsuit from the British caver he had accused of pedophilia. On Monday, Mr. Musk got his wish.
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Betting against cannabis stocks has come with large losses and big fees this summer. Since the start of August, shares of publicly traded pot stocks have gained 30 percent, while the number of shares shorted rose, our reporter writes.
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The new gold rush involves prospecting on sea pineapple, sperm whale and deep sea microbes' DNA.
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In the future, everyone might use a remote baggage check service when they fly.
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SpaceX's technological achievements are significant, but Elon Musk's forecasts of its timelines have usually turned out far too optimistic
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Meet Yusaku Maezawa, SpaceX's first customer for a voyage around the moon. He plans to bring artists with him on the journey.
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Our writes that Time magazine has been up for sale since March, along with Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money. Now that Time has been sold, the sales of Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money should be completed by the end of the year.
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DealBook Sep 17
Marc Benioff was until a few weeks ago, nearing an agreement to acquire Fortune magazine, which is being bundled with Money. He switched his preference for Time when he decided its business was stronger, according to people familiar with the talks.
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