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How real estate developers are incorporating the latest trend: biophilia. What's that? The connection between humans and nature.
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Good morning! What’s next for Britain now that Parliament has rejected the Brexit deal? The economic danger of the government shutdown grows. Bank earnings show weakness. has all your business news:
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DealBook Briefing: ‘Brexit’ Deal Fails; What’s Next for Britain?
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In Germany, the trains don't always run on time. One woman recorded a year's delays on her commute by knitting a four-foot scarf.
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Officials in Portland, Ore., are using the e-scooter pilot program to make a big point with start-ups: It is better to ask permission and work with local regulators than risk being run out of a community
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At a time when executive compensation is under growing scrutiny all over the world, Banco Santander’s decision is the highest-profile instance of a corporation's rescinding a job offer because it was worried about the blowback from a rich payday
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Edward Lampert, a hedge fund manager and Sears’s chairman, wants to turn Sears around but it's not clear how he'll do that. The company has struggled for years.
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BREAKING: Sears gets a lifeline to stay open. For now. has the details
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Ford is expected to show a decline from a year earlier when it releases its fourth-quarter earnings next week. While the company remains solidly profitable in North America, it is losing or barely making money in the rest of the world.
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Sears lives. For now.
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A study by the Alliance for Board Diversity and Deloitte shows that women and minorities occupied 39 percent of board seats at Fortune 100 companies last year, up from 36 percent in 2016
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The yield curve measures the difference between short-term and long-term government bonds, and the gap has been moving steadily closer for two years as the Federal Reserve has raised short-term interest rates
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Experts have been warning for years about aging infrastructure in Germany, and delays and cost overruns in giant projects have hurt the country’s reputation of efficiency
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Andrea Orcel, Europe’s most famous investment banker, counts many of the Continent’s chief executives as his clients. His deal to run Banco Santander unraveled. Here’s why:
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Delayed on the commute? Have a look at this answer to the frustration.
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Over the four-month program, Portlanders took 700,369 scooter rides. Nineteen percent of those rides occurred between 3 and 6 p.m. on weekdays.
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The corner pizza joint is a quintessential New York immigrant entrepreneur story.
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A $6 million media startup, NewsGuard, has a mission (to fight the spread of false stories on the web) and its first major client (Microsoft)
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Our reporter writes it's not yet clear if scooter companies can comply with different cities’ varying limits and still run profitable local operations. The programs often cap the number of scooters and dictate which neighborhoods they ought to be in.
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Ford and Volkswagen announced a plan to cooperate on pickup trucks and delivery vans. The deal falls short of the detailed restructuring plan from Ford that investors have been waiting to see for more than a year.
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