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Shepherding Vegetables From Roof to Restaurant

Shepherding Vegetables From Roof to Restaurant

Liz Dowd, 33, of Brooklyn, is a farm manager for Brooklyn Grange.

Trump Takes a Rare Presidential Swipe at the Fed

Trump Takes a Rare Presidential Swipe at the Fed

Jerome H. Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, testifying on Capitol Hill this week. The Fed is on track to raise interest rates twice more this year.

Saudi Aramco Is Said to Postpone Its Potentially Record-Breaking I.P.O.

Saudi Aramco Is Said to Postpone Its Potentially Record-Breaking I.P.O.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the de facto leader of Saudi Arabia, hoped to use a Saudi Aramco public offering to finance an ambitious effort to wean his country off its dependence on oil.

PepsiCo Returns to Soda’s Roots With Its SodaStream Deal

PepsiCo Returns to Soda’s Roots With Its SodaStream Deal

Pepsi got its start as a mixable medical remedy, at a time when soda was considered a medicine. The drink was then widely distributed in the 1950s when the vending machine started to take over.

A Family Model With the Chef as Father Figure

A Family Model With the Chef as Father Figure

Nobuyuki Matsuhisa looks for teamwork.

Populism Is Waning, Which Is Reason to Party in Davos

Populism Is Waning, Which Is Reason to Party in Davos

The World Economic Forum, a gathering of global leaders, begins on Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland. The last time the leaders convened for this meeting, they found themselves in an uncustomary position: in the cross hairs of a global insurrection.

Report for America Supports Journalism Where Cutbacks Hit Hard

Report for America Supports Journalism Where Cutbacks Hit Hard

Molly Born, a West Virginia Public Radio reporter, has the state motto tattooed on her back. She applied for the Report for America program in hopes of covering her home state.

How Fliers Can Relax and U.S. Airlines Can Compete: With Spas

How Fliers Can Relax and U.S. Airlines Can Compete: With Spas

A traveler receives a massage from Colin Havener, a therapist at the Asanda Spa Lounge in the Delta Sky Club at Kennedy International Airport in New York.

Virtual Reality Is Carmakers’ Latest Selling Tool, at Shows and in Showrooms

Virtual Reality Is Carmakers’ Latest Selling Tool, at Shows and in Showrooms

An engineer, Howard Lin, fine-tuning the Dodge Drag Strip Simulator for this year’s New York International Auto Show.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

They Tried to Boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They Failed.

Rayven Bruzzese, a sign-language student in Philadelphia, deleted Facebook in March because she found it upsetting. Now she spends time on Instagram — which is owned by Facebook.

$1.8 Billion in India Bank Fraud Raises Fears of Ripple Effects

$1.8 Billion in India Bank Fraud Raises Fears of Ripple Effects

Punjab National Bank said almost $1.8 billion worth of fraud had occurred at just one of its Mumbai branches.

Amazon, the Elephant in the Antitrust Room

Amazon, the Elephant in the Antitrust Room

The proposed mergers of AT&T with Time Warner and T-Mobile with Sprint provoke the question: Will prices for consumers really rise?

Disney and Fox Shareholders Approve Deal, Ending Corporate Duel

Disney and Fox Shareholders Approve Deal, Ending Corporate Duel

The 20th Century Fox movie “Avatar,” along with films like “Titanic” and television shows like “The Simpsons,” will be owned by Disney under deal approved by shareholders on Friday.

Tesla, Pushing for Profit, Faces New Questions Over Finances

Tesla, Pushing for Profit, Faces New Questions Over Finances

A Model 3 body on the assembly line at Tesla’s factory in Fremont, Calif. The automaker has pinned its profitability outlook to ramping up production of the new model.

Weeks After Matt Lauer Is Ousted, ‘Today’ Changes Show’s Top Producer

Weeks After Matt Lauer Is Ousted, ‘Today’ Changes Show’s Top Producer

Don Nash, right, took over as the executive producer of “Today” in 2012 and had a close working relationship with Matt Lauer, center.

Spanish Company’s Moves in Ireland Hit Tax and Political Hot Buttons

Spanish Company’s Moves in Ireland Hit Tax and Political Hot Buttons

Víctor Grifols, leader of the Spanish blood products firm Grifols, which intends to manage its global payments from Ireland


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