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The design firm Ideo, which helped design the computer mouse, has been enlisted by Ford to shadow commuters and see how they get where they’re going: by car, bus, foot or Uber.
The company is using plans for super-high-speed 5G technology and an executive’s poignant life story as a way to assuage worries about its future.
Subscribers to Campbox, a subscription service for monthly boxes of camping gear, says it either didn’t deliver or didn’t deliver much.
Mr. Dunkerley, the president and chief executive of Hawaiian Airlines, uses his binoculars and other old-fashioned tools to stay on top of his work.
Companies are cutting their once sacrosanct dividends, leaving investors to determine whether they’re just being prudent or may be in serious trouble.
A waitress at Hooters who was fired for swearing at the winner of a contest she believed to be rigged won her case before the National Labor Relations Board.
An exodus of capital, in which companies and individuals are moving money outside China, is casting doubt on the nation’s economic prospects.
Randall Stephenson, the chief, sees a need to retrain his 280,000 employees — like his older brother, who fixes the lines — to compete with the likes of Google.
Mr. Dickerson, the host of “Face the Nation,” could face his biggest audience yet when he moderates the Republican debate in South Carolina.
Glenwood Management agreed to make alterations at three high-rise apartment complexes in Manhattan after being accused of Fair Housing Act violations.
A former Takata airbag engineer testified that the company’s airbags began rupturing in internal testing as many as 16 years ago.
Brian Moynihan’s pay rose to $16 million, 23 percent larger than in 2014, as the big bank generated higher profits and put its mortgage problems squarely behind it.
Shares in the mobile payment services company Square rose more than 7 percent on Friday after Visa disclosed the details of its ownership stake in the company.
The Ohio Art Company, which has produced or owned the Etch A Sketch for more than five decades, has sold the classic toy to a Toronto-based firm, Spin Master, for an undisclosed price.
The Mexican currency has fallen more than 30 percent against the dollar over the past year, and past collapses have led to deep recessions.
The show, “Vital Signs,” will be offered through the Apple TV streaming video device, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
The Commerce Department said retail sales excluding automobiles, gasoline, building materials and food services, increased 0.6 percent last month.
Knowing how much risk you can stomach will help you respond to market turmoil. Two companies have provided readers with tests to measure their risk.
The Swedish bank said that it had identified transactions by Mr. Wolf that could constitute a “criminal offense.”