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Happy Meal Ad Is O.K. for Children, U.K. Regulator Says. Coco Pops Ad Isn’t.

Happy Meal Ad Is O.K. for Children, U.K. Regulator Says. Coco Pops Ad Isn’t.

Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority ordered Kellogg’s on Wednesday to stop advertising a less-sugary version of its Coco Pops cereal alongside programming geared toward children.

China’s Economic Growth Looks Strong. Maybe Too Strong.

China’s Economic Growth Looks Strong. Maybe Too Strong.

An apartment complex under construction on the outskirts of Beijing. The costs of China’s economic growth have included a city-centric policy that has uprooted of tens of millions of workers.

Gretchen Carlson, Miss America 1989, Is Picked to Lead Pageant

Gretchen Carlson, Miss America 1989, Is Picked to Lead Pageant

Gretchen Carlson in 2016. She has been named chairwoman of Miss America’s board of directors.

A Chinese Pharmacist Found Out He Had Cancer. Then He Vanished.

A Chinese Pharmacist Found Out He Had Cancer. Then He Vanished.

Liao Mandong and her husband, Tang Chunwu, in Zhangjiajie, China, looking for their son, Tang Gongwei, a pharmacist who disappeared after learning he had stomach cancer. Millions in China cannot afford treatments for serious illnesses, and insurance coverage of major illnesses like cancer is low.

Leslie Moonves and Shari Redstone Dig In for a Long Legal War at CBS

Leslie Moonves and Shari Redstone Dig In for a Long Legal War at CBS

The battle over a proposed merger of CBS and Viacom grew more intense on Wednesday when CBS amended its lawsuit against its parent company after board voting rules were changed.

Jeffrey Katzenberg Raises $1 Billion for Short-Form Video Venture

Jeffrey Katzenberg Raises $1 Billion for Short-Form Video Venture

Jeffrey Katzenberg has hired Meg Whitman, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard and eBay, to run his new venture, a short-form video platform called NewTV.

Buying a Piece of Bob Marley’s Song Catalog, and His Enduring Legacy

Buying a Piece of Bob Marley’s Song Catalog, and His Enduring Legacy

Left, Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, and Larry Mestel of Primary Wave Music Publishing. On Saturday, Mr. Blackwell signed a $50 million deal that gives Primary Wave control of most of his stake in Bob Marley’s song catalog.

Meet the Pro-Trade, Pro-Immigration Economist Running for Congress. As a Republican. In Ohio.

Meet the Pro-Trade, Pro-Immigration Economist Running for Congress. As a Republican. In Ohio.

Tim Kane greeting a potential voter in Dublin, Ohio. Unlike President Trump, who has mined deep skepticism of immigration and free trade, Mr. Kane, a fellow Republican, is a vocal proponent of both.

E.U. to Offer Trade Proposals in Bid to Ease Tensions

E.U. to Offer Trade Proposals in Bid to Ease Tensions

A steel factory in Italy. On Wednesday, the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, is expected to offer the Trump administration two possible trade deals in an effort to remove American tariffs on steel and aluminum.

CBS Tries to Sell Its TV Dramas as Its Own Battle Heats Up in Court

CBS Tries to Sell Its TV Dramas as Its Own Battle Heats Up in Court

Shari Redstone, the president of National Amusements, the corporate parent of CBS, hopes to merge the network with its corporate sibling, Viacom.

How to Make Capitalism More Appealing

How to Make Capitalism More Appealing

The success of left-wing populists like Jeremy Corbyn in Britain shows that the idea of high taxes and welfare spending still has appeal.

Paris Beckons as a Fare War Turns Europe Into a Bargain

Paris Beckons as a Fare War Turns Europe Into a Bargain

Planes at Los Angeles International Airport. Part of the reason for cheap airfares is new, more fuel-efficient planes.

Investors Fret About a Trade War, but They Aren’t Fleeing the Stock Market

Investors Fret About a Trade War, but They Aren’t Fleeing the Stock Market

Trader Gregory Rowe working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. Even though the prospect of a trade war unnerves many on Wall Street, investors appear to believe any collateral damage would be manageable.

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

A Familiar Editorial Split After Parkland Shooting, but Not Everywhere

The front page of The New York Post on Friday included a plea for gun control that broke new ground for the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid.

Tariff Dodgers Stand to Profit Off U.S.-China Trade Dispute

Tariff Dodgers Stand to Profit Off U.S.-China Trade Dispute

The Yangshan port in Shanghai. To avoid tariffs on exports from China, brokers there arrange transshipments, which make a stop in another country on the way to their destinations to disguise the origin of the goods.

The C.E.O. of Starbucks Isn’t Leaving. Only Howard Schultz Is.

The C.E.O. of Starbucks Isn’t Leaving. Only Howard Schultz Is.

Kevin Johnson, the chief executive of Starbucks since April of last year, is slowly raising his profile now that Howard Schultz, the company’s charismatic chairman, is departing to pursue a possible run for public office.


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