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Longtime Disney Movie Executive Steps Down

Sean Bailey had hits with live-action versions of “Aladdin” and “The Lion King,” but Disney has been on a box…

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Paul L. Gioia, Who Oversaw Nuclear Power in New York, Dies at 81

As head of the state’s Public Service Commission, he clashed with Gov. Mario Cuomo over huge cost overruns at two…

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Boeing’s Safety Culture Faulted by F.A.A. in New Report

The report by a group of experts was commissioned at the behest of Congress and in response to fatal crashes…

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Trump Media’s Impending Merger May Give Him a Financial Lifeline

The deadline for the former president to pay a $454 million civil fraud penalty coincides with the expected closing of…

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F.T.C. Sues to Block Kroger-Albertsons Grocery Store Deal

The regulator is trying to stop the largest supermarket merger in history, arguing that the deal would eliminate competition and…

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What Happened When Saudi Arabia Took its Money and Influence to Miami

Dozens of U.S. financiers and investors attended the Future Investment Initiative to deepen their business ties with the kingdom.

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Rents Are Falling. So Why Isn’t That Showing Up in Inflation Data?

Pandemic disruptions may have muddled the measurement of home prices in government data. That could complicate the Fed’s course on…

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Biden Targets a New Economic Villain: Shrinkflation

Liberals prodded the president for years to blame big corporations for price increases. He is finally doing so, in the…

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AT&T Offers $5 Credit to Customers Affected by Service Outage

Thousands of customers lost service on Thursday when the telecommunications company ran into problems while trying to expand its network,…

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Man Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading After Overhearing Wife’s Work Calls

The man made $1.7 million in profits after buying and selling stocks in a company that his wife’s employer, BP,…

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