Fuat Tosyali, a Turkish steel magnate, is optimistic despite the country’s recent downturn. “The economic turbulence is temporary,” he said.
“We sued The Times because they sold copyrighted work by not just their staff, but also freelance writers,” said James Gleick, the president of the Authors Guild. “And the correct thing to do would have been to ask the freelance writers for permission and then pay the writers.”
The Beer Institute, a trade group, says beer cans like these each cost a penny more to produce than they did last year. Brewers say the pricing system for aluminum is off track.
Leonard Lopate had been a host on WNYC for more than 30 years.
David M. Solomon, left, and Lloyd C. Blankfein at Goldman Sachs headquarters in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday. Mr. Solomon will take Mr. Blankfein’s position as chief executive on Oct. 1.
Planes at Los Angeles International Airport. Part of the reason for cheap airfares is new, more fuel-efficient planes.
Gawker’s SoHo headquarters where the company operated seven websites in 2015.
The Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington. The Trump administration’s order changing work rules across the Civil Service built on legislation passed last year that was aimed at the veterans’ agency.
President Trump has criticized the tariffs imposed on American goods as “ridiculous and unacceptable.”
Michael S. Dell said on Sunday that he and his financial partner, the investment firm Silver Lake, planned to bring the technology company Dell back to the public markets.
Tourists at the Parthenon in Athens. Tourism in Greece has spiked in recent years, creating jobs and economic growth.
The Waldorf Astoria hotel, a symbol of New York elegance, will be under the control of the Chinese government.
The New York Times Building in Manhattan. Last year the company added 120 newsroom employees, bringing the total number of journalists at The Times to 1,600, the largest count in its history.
Jake Tapper, during a commercial break, on his show, “The Lead With Jake Tapper,” at CNN studios in Washington.
The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Lowell, Mass. Many teenagers were invited after data from a college-planning questionnaire they took, My CollegeOptions, was shared with the organizer.
Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at a Senate hearing last month.
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