Google’s digital maps have become the world’s default atlas and the arbiter of what neighborhoods are called, even when many residents disagree.
Benchmark stock indexes fell by more than 2 percent after the Trump administration said it would consider more than doubling proposed tariffs on Chinese goods.
The federal body known as Cfius will have expanded powers to decide whether proposed deals pose national security threats.
A federal judge ruled against a group of New York University employees who claimed that faulty oversight had collectively cost workers millions of dollars.
Menacing the media is a theme of President Trump’s rallies, but news organizations are anticipating an unnerving midterm election season, especially after a hostile crowd in Florida on Tuesday night.
A Chinese company waged a furious — and ultimately successful — lobbying campaign to win a reprieve from penalties in Congress.
Raising the price of iPhones worked in this cycle. But next?
Shavelson ignited a huge strike by women garment workers that helped galvanize the labor movement. She went on to fight for suffrage and tenants’ rights.
The electric-car maker consumed cash at a reduced rate in the second quarter, but still used $436 million as it continued to ramp up production.
David M. Halbfinger, The Times’s Jerusalem bureau chief, found Google Translate useful in Israeli and Palestinian territory, but Waze sometimes reaches a dead end.