Construction on M Avenue, a $100 million multiuse project in Marrakesh, Morocco. A surge of wealthy international visitors is helping charge the high-end construction boom in the city.
Harry S. Truman, left, in a photograph taken circa 1920 at the haberdashery he and a friend, Eddie Jacobson, founded in Kansas City, Mo. Though the store had early success, by the spring of 1922 it had failed, a victim of the postwar economic bust and other factors.
A new mosque under construction in Taksim Square.
Benjamin Brafman, the lawyer representing the film mogul Harvey Weinstein against charges of rape and committing sexual contact.
Facebook ads at the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing last year.
Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
Wells Fargo’s headquarters in San Francisco. The bank, in a settlement with the Federal Reserve, was banned from getting bigger.
The forceful ruling on Tuesday that favored AT&T’s proposed merger with Time Warner could make President Trump’s Justice Department reluctant to try to block other deals.
Glenn Thrush in the White House briefing room in February. The Times said he would no longer cover the White House when he returns from his suspension.
If successful, a lawsuit by Ashley Judd could clarify sexual harassment protections for women in nontraditional business relationships.
The slide in Tesla’s shares after Elon Musk’s interview with The New York Times generated more than $1 billion in profits for short-sellers.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, left, with Vice Premier Liu He of China on Sunday. The Chinese company ZTE has been at the center of a trade dispute between Washington and Beijing.
A production line making carbon fiber in Lianyungang, China. China once focused on final assembly of parts imported from elsewhere, but the country has developed its own supply chains and reduced what it must bring in from elsewhere.
The “Maze Runner” author James Dashner was jettisoned by Random House after allegations that he had mistreated women.
Amazon says its facial recognition technology can track people in a video even when their faces are not visible. Orlando, Fla., where the Police Department was using the system in a pilot program, let its contract with Amazon expire.
Nicolas Bos, chief executive of Van Cleef & Arpels, says that title is not important, and that he sets the tone and pushes for excellence.
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