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Fox News Faces Criticism of Family Separation Coverage From Inside Murdoch Empire

Fox News Faces Criticism of Family Separation Coverage From Inside Murdoch Empire

Seth MacFarlane, the creator of “Family Guy,” said he was “embarrassed” to work at 21st Century Fox after the Fox News host Tucker Carlson told viewers not to trust other news networks.

Leo Van Munching Jr., Empire Builder for Heineken, Dies at 89

Leo Van Munching Jr., Empire Builder for Heineken, Dies at 89

Leo Van Munching Jr., left, with Alfred Heineken. Mr. Van Munching persuaded Heineken to start brewing a low-calorie beer for export, Amstel Light.

Shell and Eni to Be Tried Over $1.3 Billion Nigerian Oil Deal

Shell and Eni to Be Tried Over $1.3 Billion Nigerian Oil Deal

A Shell facility in Afam, Nigeria. Shell and Eni have denied wrongdoing in the purchase of an offshore tract.

His Job Is Saving Lives When Others Are Sleeping

His Job Is Saving Lives When Others Are Sleeping

Charlie Rose is ready for duty on the late shift, outside the Grady Memorial Hospital emergency room.

After Matt Lauer’s Firing, ‘Today’ Has Rare Ratings Wins

After Matt Lauer’s Firing, ‘Today’ Has Rare Ratings Wins

Hoda Kotb, left, and Savannah Guthrie on the set of “Today” on Nov. 30, one day after Matt Lauer was fired after allegations of sexual misconduct.

New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

Paul Tudor Jones II, who became famous for shorting the stock market before Black Monday in 1987, was prompted to think seriously about corporate responsibility in 2012. On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs will begin offering a fund based on his research.

MoviePass Says All Is Well. Even Some of Its Customers Are Skeptical.

MoviePass Says All Is Well. Even Some of Its Customers Are Skeptical.

Mitch Lowe, left, the chief executive of MoviePass, and Ted Farnsworth, chief of MoviePass’s majority owner, in Las Vegas this week. “We love the idea that everybody thinks that we’re going to fail,” Mr. Lowe said.

Ford Ousts Chief of North American Unit for ‘Inappropriate Behavior’

Ford Ousts Chief of North American Unit for ‘Inappropriate Behavior’

Raj Nair in 2014. Ford Motor said on Wednesday he had left the company after engaging in actions that were inconsistent with the carmaker’s code of conduct.

Supreme Court Upholds Workplace Arbitration Contracts Barring Class Actions

Supreme Court Upholds Workplace Arbitration Contracts Barring Class Actions

In a 5 to 4 decision, the Supreme Court’s more conservative justices ruled that companies can use arbitration clauses to block employees from banding together in class action suits.

Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince

Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince

In the episode of his show blocked by Netflix in Saudi Arabia, Hasan Minhaj says, “Now would be a good time to reassess our relationship with Saudi Arabia, and I mean that as a Muslim and an American.”

Slack Raises $427 Million More, at $7.1 Billion Valuation

Slack Raises $427 Million More, at $7.1 Billion Valuation

Stewart Butterfield, Slack’s chief executive. The workplace messaging company says it has eight million daily users, double its total from around a year ago.

As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

The European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Only a few years after the eurozone emerged from a crisis that nearly destroyed it, the central bank is in effect declaring the region strong enough to stand on its own. But many economists aren’t so sure.

Troubled Los Angeles Times Picks New Editor Amid Unrest

Troubled Los Angeles Times Picks New Editor Amid Unrest

Jim Kirk, the former publisher of The Chicago Sun-Times, was expected to be named editor in chief of The Los Angeles Times as soon as Monday.

Toyota and Mazda Choose Alabama for $1.6 Billion Car Plant

Toyota and Mazda Choose Alabama for $1.6 Billion Car Plant

Gov. Kay Ivey congratulating Akio Toyoda, the chief executive of Toyota Motor, on Wednesday at an event announcing that Huntsville, Ala., had been chosen for a $1.6 billion plant to build cars for Toyota and Mazda.

Cosmetics Retailer Lush Drops Campaign Against Undercover British Police

Cosmetics Retailer Lush Drops Campaign Against Undercover British Police

Starting last week, the cosmetics chain Lush built storefront displays, like this one in London, on criticism of years-old undercover tactics that led to an official police apology in 2015.


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