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Mr. Scalzi’s books include a series known as the “Old Man’s War” and “Redshirts,” a Hugo award winner about characters on the original “Star Trek.”
Charles C. Dorego, general counsel for Glenwood Management, figures prominently in federal criminal complaints against Sheldon Silver and Dean G. Skelos that involve payoffs, graft, fraud and solicitation of bribes.
A bill before the New York State Legislature would give restaurants the option of allowing dogs into back gardens and sidewalk patios when accompanied by a human diner.
As public sector employment, once a dependable pathway to success for many blacks, was cut in the downturn, African-American communities suffered an outsize toll.
The carmaker’s unwillingness to fix some rusty Jeeps comes as the highway safety agency is preparing for a hearing on the automaker’s recall practices in general.
Sony’s relationships with digital services were exposed last week when a now outdated licensing contract with Spotify was leaked online and friction with SoundCloud spilled into view.
Top central bankers and economists convened this weekend to discuss unemployment and other economic issues that extended beyond the bank’s edict to contain inflation.
Business news this week will include opening arguments in the trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives and a prison sentence for the founder of Silk Road, an online drug bazaar.
Ten books by the noted author, who died nearly 27 years ago, will be published digitally for the first time this week.
The narrative of Dr. Nash’s brilliant rise, the lost years of severe mental illness, and the eventual awarding of a Nobel Prize captured the public mind.
A new book by two reporters from The Globe and Mail offers details about the emotional and business turmoil surrounding BlackBerry’s near collapse.
The Obama administration is reconsidering its counterterrorism initiatives as three laws that allow for surveillance of citizens and suspected terrorists are set to expire in June.
The investigation into the rigging of global benchmark interest rates at last yields a trial, which may also prove a measure of British controls on the finance industry.
A leftist faction in Mr. Tsipras’ party demanding a harder line in debt negotiations was narrowly defeated in committee vote.
Pressure is mounting for American tech companies, including Google, to stop using complex tax structures and pay more on their European operations.
Disney and Univision’s fledgling network it isn’t delivering concrete results, raising concerns that it’s not connecting with the youthful, diverse audience it covets.
Protein-packed drinkable meals come in powder form, are inexpensive, and are quick and easy to make so tech workers don’t actually have to eat.
A sampling of protein powder shakes affirms that taste is secondary to the convenience they provide: allowing tech workers to stay put while working.
A security guard who puts in 60-hour weeks at a Manhattan museum has difficulty finding time to spend with her sibling or to oversee his care.