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Adidas has built much of its name — and sales — through its association with black superstars. But workers at the company’s North American headquarters that identify as black say they feel ignored and sometimes discriminated against.
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“Our current system of aircraft design and certification has failed us,” Chesley B. (Sully) Sullenberger III, the pilot who landed a plane in the Hudson River, said in a statement
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Federal Reserve officials left interest rates unchanged, but they've thrown open the door to future cuts.
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After complaints by parents and consumer groups that YouTube had collected the data of young users, the F.T.C. has reached the advanced stages of investigating its handling of videos aimed at children.
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The criminal investigation into Deutsche Bank is one element of several separate but overlapping government examinations into how illicit funds flow through the American financial system. Several other banks are also being investigated.
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Julie Creswell 15h
In the 1980s, Run-DMC’s “My Adidas” marked the beginning of Adidas’ successful relationships with black entertainers. But 30 years later, only 75 out of 1,700 employees in Portland HQ identify as black. via ⁦
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What if a state Democratic Party hosted 21 presidential candidates and didn't invite C-Span to cover it live? “This has never happened before, ever,” says the public affairs network's political editor, Steve Scully.
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More Americans are saying they need emotional support animals — dogs, ducks, even insects — for their mental health. But states are cracking down
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An e-cigarette exploded in a teenager's mouth, severely damaging his jaw and mouth. Medical experts warn that some batteries cause devices to overheat.
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The president of the Allied Pilots Association told a House subcommittee that the fallout from two 737 Max crashes “will require global solutions to restore and bolster aviation’s global safety culture and reputation.”
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Juul's $7.5 million donation to Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, sets off alarms among African-American public health experts, who say research independence is "a fantasy."
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For passengers with severe nut allergies, an airplane can be a perilous place. They -- or parents of children with allergies -- have the right to pre-board and clean their seats, regulators now say.
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Roma Torre, the Emmy-winning anchor at New York's 24-hour news channel NY1, accuses the network's owner of age and gender discrimination
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Stocks inch higher as Fed leaves rates unchanged
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David Enrich 8h
Exclusive: Federal prosecutors and the are criminally investigating for money-laundering lapses, including its handling of suspicious activity reports related to Jared Kushner’s company. with
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The Federal Trade Commission is said to be in advanced stages of an investigation into YouTube’s handling of videos aimed at children.
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Since the 1980s, Adidas has relied on black superstars to endorse its products in the U.S. Some black employees at the company, however, say they often feel marginalized and sometimes discriminated against.
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NYT Business 7h
As Slack prepares to go public, some of us are still figuring out how available we want to be — and whether it’s O.K. to ping the C.E.O.
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liz alderman Jun 17
Another crack in the gig economy: As Food-Delivery Becomes a Billion-euro Business in Europe, Couriers in France Exploit Desperate Migrants. My story
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NYT Business 8h
From Slate to Vox and now BuzzFeed News, a union wave sweeps across the digital media industry
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