Facebook gained approval to open a Chinese subsidiary on July 18, according to a Chinese government filing. The social network has been blocked in China for years.
President Trump’s eldest daughter, who serves as a top White House adviser, is shutting down her fashion brand more than a year after stepping away from the company.
Richard Liu had tried to suppress the release of his name as host of a party by citing potential damage to his marriage and business.
In our 10-episode video series, Amanda Hess decodes the culture of the internet, the super-fun hellscape in which we live out our days.
Signature Bank is being investigated by New York regulators, with a focus on loans that may have violated laws intended to prevent predatory behavior.
The value of China’s renminbi has fallen over 7 percent since April. While weakening currencies can soften economic blows, they also come with risks.
Early indicators include executive surveys and futures markets.
MGM Resorts’s maneuver sets up the first legal test of an antiterrorism law that is meant to protect companies that develop innovative security products.
The company’s pay changes are its latest move to fix a corporate culture that women said was rife with harassment and discrimination.
Millions of smart TVs in U.S. homes are tracking everything you watch for the sake of advertisers. If that doesn’t sit right with you, here’s how to turn it off.