New York was riveted by a debate over incentives offered to Amazon to build a headquarters. But Hudson Yards, the huge office and luxury residential development in Manhattan, has received far more.
This year’s annual jamboree of the political right suggested that Silicon Valley is becoming a top target for conservatives.
Democrats flipped control of the House and several governorships as Republicans strengthened their majority in the Senate.
The country is reportedly planning to reduce tax on new cars to stimulate sales, but the auto industry has other problems than lack of demand in China.
The Japanese company became the most powerful tech investor with $45 billion from Saudi Arabia. Now that money is causing it some headaches.
Google plans to unveil an array of new products, and trade and U.S.-China tensions are expected to be discussed at the I.M.F.-World Bank meetings.
At the high end, the increased emissions in the United States would outstrip the amount produced by many midsize countries in a year.
A U.S. senator and a panel in Britain’s House of Commons have offered some of the first firm suggestions to address issues relating to privacy and misinformation.
Second-quarter economic growth could register above 4 percent. But the figure may have been driven by one-time factors that will be offset later.
The newly formed Main Street Investors Coalition says it wants to protect the rights of mom-and-pop investors. But its main complaint seems to be financial firms’ social consciousness.