Will Lewis Is Said to Have Used Stolen Records as Editor in U.K.

Years before becoming The Post?s publisher, Will Lewis assigned an article based on stolen phone records, a former reporter said.

China?s Lust for Durian Is Creating Fortunes in Southeast Asia

Demand for the fruit, known for its rich taste and intense smell, has reshaped parts of Southeast Asia, where it has long been a staple.

As N.B.A. TV Deal Nears, Warner Bros. Discovery Is on the Outside

The company?s TNT channel and the N.B.A. have long been inextricably linked, but that may end after next season. Plus, Charles Barkley is retiring.

?Inside Out 2? Returns Pixar to Box Office Heights

The sequel was expected to collect at least $155 million in the United States and Canada over the weekend, about 70 percent more than anticipated.

In a Digital Age, High-End Outdoors Magazines Are Thriving in Print

Titles like Adventure Journal, Mountain Gazette, Summit Journal and Ori are aimed at ?people who just don?t want to be on their phones anymore.?

Coming to a City Near You: A Cricket Stadium?

Backers of the sport are negotiating leases and approvals for venues across the United States.

Goodbye, Work Friends

After four years, as she prepares to hand off to her successor, our workplace advice columnist reflects on the rewards and the frustrations of office life.

The Business of Being Lorne Michaels

For 50 years, Michaels has managed both the weekly circus of producing ?Saturday Night Live? and the broader task of keeping it relevant. How does he do it?

Does It Pencil?

A real estate term used by developers when they?re assessing whether a project makes financial sense.

Lynn Conway, Computing Pioneer and Transgender Advocate, Dies at 86

She made significant contributions at IBM, but she lost her job because of her conviction that she inhabited the wrong body. She later fought for transgender rights.

Passenger Who Was Restrained With Duct Tape During Flight Faces Record Fine

Federal regulators are seeking $81,950 from a Texas woman who acted erratically and was violent toward crew members during an American Airlines flight in 2021.

Did You Buy a Disneyland ?Dream Key?? Disney May Owe You Money.

Disney owes a total of $9.5 million to customers who bought a $1,400 Dream Key pass over the course of two months in 2021. The payments, about $67, are going out this month.

Judge Orders Sale of Alex Jones?s Personal Assets but Keeps Infowars in Business

The ruling will allow the conspiracy theorist to continue broadcasting on Infowars, while the Sandy Hook families pursue payment of $1.4 billion in defamation damages.

U.S. Investigating ?Dutch Roll? That Damaged a Boeing 737 During Flight

The Southwest Airlines flight experienced a rare oscillation in May that caused ?substantial? damage to its tail section and prompted investigations from federal agencies.

How Jeff Bezos Is Trying to Fix The Washington Post

The Amazon founder has expressed his support to Will Lewis, the C.E.O., who has faced widespread criticism this month.

Google C.E.O. Testifies in Ozy Media Founder?s Fraud Trial

Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, said he never discussed a potential acquisition of the digital media start-up.

How Partisan Media Outlets Covered The Latest Inflation Numbers

Conservative media outlets used the new inflation data, which was lower than expected, to criticize President Biden?s handling of the economy. Liberal media outlets celebrated it.

French Stocks Tumble to Worst Week in Two Years Over Election Fears

Investors worry about a possible debt crisis in the country as polls show the far right could be brought to the brink of power in less than a month.

U.S. Inflation Falls to 3.3% in May

The rate of inflation in May over the previous year.

$29 Trillion: That?s How Much Debt Emerging Nations Are Facing

A decades-long crisis is getting worse, and now dozens of nations are spending more on interest payments than on health care or education.

First a Victim of Tax Return Identity Theft, Then a 2-Year Wait for a Refund

The I.R.S.?s Taxpayer Advocate Service found that many of those affected were lower-income people who depended on refunds to cover living costs. The wait is ?ridiculous,? the head of the service said.

What Elon Musk?s Convincing Win Means for Tesla

Investors voted overwhelmingly to reinstate the C.E.O.?s multibillion-dollar compensation package, inextricably tying the car maker?s future to the tech billionaire.

Elon Musk Got 72% in Tesla Shareholder Vote on Pay

About 72 percent of shares in the balloting affirmed the chief executive?s lucrative stock award. The company hopes to get a court to reinstate it.

Why the Stock Market Has Risen Even With No Fed Rate Cuts

The S&P 500 has been buoyant mainly because of A.I. fever, while bonds are having another mediocre year. But as an investor, our columnist is staying the course.

Remo Saraceni, 89, Dies; Inventor of the Walking Piano Seen in ?Big?

His keyboard, which became famous after Tom Hanks melodiously hopped on it, displayed Mr. Saraceni?s vision of technology powered by ?people energy.?

Where the N.B.A. Sees Its Future

The league has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to cultivate an immense potential fan base in Africa and develop future stars.

F.A.A. Investigating How Questionable Titanium Got Into Boeing and Airbus Jets

The material, which was purchased from a little-known Chinese company, was sold with falsified documents and used in parts that went into jets from both manufacturers.

Clearview AI Used Your Face. Now You May Get a Stake in the Company.

The facial recognition start-up doesn?t have the funds to settle a class-action lawsuit, so lawyers are proposing equity for those whose faces were scraped from the internet.

Musk?s Friends and Fans Applaud Shareholder Vote on His Payday

On the social media platform X, which Mr. Musk owns, reactions to a vote that reaffirmed Mr. Musk?s $45 billion package were buoyant.

Tyson Foods Suspends C.F.O. John Tyson After Arrest and D.W.I. Charge

John Randal Tyson, a fourth-generation member of the Tyson family business, was charged with driving while intoxicated, the company said, two years after he was found asleep in a stranger?s house.

Patrick Gottsch, 70, Who Found Rural America Fertile Ground for TV, Dies

After a career as a satellite dish installer, he found success with RFD-TV, a 24-hour cable channel aimed at farmers and ranchers.

Tesla Shareholders Approve C.E.O. Elon Musk?s Pay Package

The vote was seen as a referendum on his management of the electric car maker and on the limits of executive pay.

Courting C.E.O.s, Trump Says He Intends to Cut Corporate Taxes Again

Donald Trump cut the business tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent in 2017. Speaking privately to business leaders, he said if he retook power, he wanted to make it 20 percent.

F.A.A. Administrator Says Previous Oversight of Boeing Was ?Too Hands-Off?

Mike Whitaker, who heads the agency, told a Senate panel that changes were being made to the agency?s oversight of the plane manufacturer, including conducting more safety inspections.

Pay $1 to Hear Wu-Tang Clan?s Secret Album (Eventually)

An online art collective that spent $4 million on ?Once Upon a Time in Shaolin? is telling fans their purchases will accelerate the one-of-a-kind album?s 2103 release date.

Christy Goldsmith Romero Nominated to be Next FDIC Chair

Christy Goldsmith Romero has been nominated to be the next chair of the bank regulator that has been shaken by a ?toxic? workplace culture.

Kendall Toole, a Popular Peloton Instructor, Announces Her Departure

Ms. Toole shared the news in an Instagram reel on Thursday morning, adding that she was grateful for her time at Peloton, the connected-fitness company.

Warren Winiarski, Whose Fledgling Cabernet Bested the French, Dies at 95

His $6 bottle of Napa Valley cabernet won a historic tasting in Paris in 1976, astonishing connoisseurs and putting his Stag?s Leap winery on the map.

The Aftermath of a U.K. Cyberattack: Blood Shortages and Delayed Operations

Several London hospitals, still reeling from a cyberattack last week, have made an urgent plea to medical students to help stem the disruption.

Supreme Court Backs Starbucks Over ?Memphis 7? Union Case

In a blow to the National Labor Relations Board, the justices made it more difficult to order employers to reinstate fired workers.

Why Investors Don?t Believe the Fed

Markets appear to be dismissing the central bank?s more pessimistic take on inflation, as the S&P 500 nears a new high.

HBO Could Use a Hit and ?House of the Dragon? Could be the Answer

The network has hit an unusually fallow period. Executives hope ?House of the Dragon,? which returns Sunday, could be the start of a new winning streak.

Elden Ring Raised Masochists, and They?re Back for More

Influencers who have guided players through an unforgiving world are powering anticipation for the video game?s next chapter, Shadow of the Erdtree.

Driverless Cars in China: How Safe Are They?

Computer-aided driving has official support and public acceptance, but state media seldom reports crashes or safety incidents, and online posts are censored.

Tesla?s Nordic Shareholders Seek to Promote Workers? Rights in Vote

Tesla mechanics in Sweden have been striking for six months with little movement from their employer. Nordic shareholders hope to change that.

Tesla?s Stock Price Shows Doubts About Outlook Under Elon Musk

A huge run-up in the stock?s value followed a 2018 vote on Elon Musk?s compensation package. But investors have recently become less enamored.

China Is Testing More Driverless Cars Than Any Other Country

Assisted driving systems and robot taxis are becoming more popular with government help, as cities designate large areas for testing on public roads.

Montana Has More Cows Than People. Why Are Locals Eating Beef From Brazil?

Cole Mannix, of Old Salt Co-op, is trying to change local appetites and upend an industry controlled by multibillion-dollar meatpackers.

Disney and DeSantis Reach Agreement, Ending Protracted Fight

The deal locks in a 15-year expansion plan for Disney World and clears a path for Disney to restart in-kind political donations in Florida.

Elon Musk Sued by Former SpaceX Employees

The eight workers say they were wrongfully fired after circulating a memo raising concerns about sexual harassment at the rocket company led by Elon Musk.

Did Jerry West Inspire the NBA?s Logo? ?There Was Never Any Doubt.?

After decades of the league having avoided the issue, Commissioner Adam Silver said what most people knew all along: It is Jerry West in the league?s iconic logo.

Sony Pictures Acquires Alamo Drafthouse in Lifeline to Cinema Chain

The deal is a rare example of a traditional Hollywood studio owning a movie theater chain.

How to Read the Fed?s Projections Like a Pro

The Federal Reserve is expected to leave rates unchanged on Wednesday. But Wall Street is focused on what comes next.

Amtrak Pays Executives Hefty Bonuses as Losses Continue

Some executives received payments of nearly half a million dollars as the rail service remained $1.7 billion in the red and the new Acela program continued to face challenges.

Tesla Shareholders to Vote on Elon Musk?s Pay Package

The vote is seen as a referendum on the limits of executive pay and the accountability of Silicon Valley billionaires.

How Fed Rates Influence Mortgages, Credit Cards and More

Higher rates benefit those who can save, but for borrowers falling rates would reduce bills on credit cards, home equity loans and other forms of debt.

U.S. Expands Sanctions on Russia as G7 Leaders Gather

The Biden administration is taking new measures aimed at stopping China from helping the Kremlin sustain its war effort against Ukraine. U.S. officials hope European nations will take similar steps.

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