Five staff members from the newsroom of the community newspaper chain in Maryland’s capital were killed in a shooting on Thursday, but their colleagues continued to cover the news.
The broadcaster acknowledged that it had underpaid her when she worked as its China editor, and gave her backdated pay. She donated the sum to a women’s rights charity.
Chinese companies are steering less money into its Belt and Road Initiative, as top officials ask whether borrowers will be able to repay loans.
Lower supplies of the gas mean that beer loses its fizz and some meat can’t be packaged. That could affect the supply of some staples of British summers.
This week alone, the e-commerce giant made news in pharmaceuticals, supermarket pricing and deliveries.
The Fed’s tests of the big banks produced some clear winners and losers. Deutsche Bank fared worst.
The all-time, best-selling nonfiction book in Australia is, somewhat surprisingly, a personal finance guide. And its 39-year-old author, Scott Pape, is a national celebrity.
The state’s sweeping new law could end up being applied by tech giants across all of America.
Lamb Weston fires potatoes into metal blades at 75 miles per hour to make your fries. But when your delivery driver is slowed down by traffic, how will they hold up?
“Women’s Work,” published in 1981, drew an enormous advance for a first-time novelist. It told of an adwoman who was not unlike its author.