Economists of many stripes say tariffs invite retaliation. Unilaterally lowering trade barriers would be a better approach, some say.
Formula E, which will finish its season in Brooklyn this month, is a laboratory for automakers to work on problems like range, charging time and excess heat.
Boeing will take over 80 percent of the Brazilian company’s commercial aircraft and services arm, which the companies said was worth $4.75 billion.
As trade feuds drive up steel and other prices, American businesses try to cope. Some are shutting off hiring, putting off purchases or cutting costs.
Lawmakers rejected a bill backed by news outlets and music publishers to restrict the use of their content on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.
Deal-making look set to break records in 2018. History tells us to be cautious about what comes next.
Samba TV, which has deals to put its software on sets made by about a dozen TV brands, uses viewing data to make personalized show recommendations. But that’s not the big draw for advertisers.
Mr. Dotcom, a New Zealand resident, has been accused of copyright infringement and money laundering tied to illegal downloads that generated tens of millions of dollars.
For Nellie Bowles, who writes about tech culture for The Times, the most crucial tech tool for doing work isn’t portable. But it keeps her on her toes.
Many tech workers are forcing their employers to reconsider how their products are being used by the federal government. When will that activism begin at Twitter?