Good Thursday morning. We’re watching Deutsche Bank’s annual shareholder meeting to see if the troubled lender’s chairman, Paul Achleitner, receives a vote of no-confidence from investors. The bank already said today that it will cut 7,000 jobs. The Tesla C.E.O. wants to become a professional media critic, outlining a plan on Twitter to create a…

Good Wednesday. Here’s what we’re watching: • What Congress could achieve with a ZTE deal revolt • How Mark Zuckerberg gamed his E.U. hearing • Why would Barclays acquire Standard Chartered? Want this in your inbox each morning? Sign up here. The cable giant said on Wednesday what we and others have reported: that it…

Good Tuesday. Here’s what we’re watching: • Tesla has a new batch of problems to worry about. • What the Supreme Court’s arbitration ruling means for Uber and others. • Sony strikes a deal for the Spotify era. Want this in your inbox each morning? Sign up here. There are a couple of reasons why…



CNN on Friday corrected an erroneous report that Donald Trump Jr. had received advance notice from the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks about a trove of hacked documents that it planned to release during last year’s presidential campaign. In fact, the email to Mr. Trump was sent a day after the documents, stolen from the Democratic National…

Delta Air Lines said on Friday that it was tightening its rules for transporting service and support animals in an effort to reduce misbehavior by dogs and other creatures that air carriers are required by law to allow on board. Service dogs are specially trained to aid people with disabilities. Emotional support animals provide comfort…

For decades, the number of women studying economics seemed to be increasing, easing the persistent scarcity of professional female economists in the United States. But that progress has stalled. New data indicates that the share of women studying the subject in America’s universities has flatlined and the pool of prospective female economists may even be…

SAN FRANCISCO — Quarter after quarter, investors have become accustomed to Alphabet’s revenue and profit growing at a pace that seems to defy gravity for a company well past its start-up years. But when people get used to near perfection, then “pretty good” becomes a disappointment. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, fell short of Wall Street…

The stock market has been shaken by turbulence in the last few weeks, something it hasn’t experienced in a few years. The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index plunged more than 10 percent from Jan. 26 to Feb. 8, a sell-off that pushed the market into a correction. That type of volatility is a normal occurrence,…

Jarl Mohn, the chief executive of NPR, said on Tuesday that he would take a leave of absence because of health problems. His decision came at a time when the public radio network is grappling with the aftershocks of a sexual harassment scandal. “As many of you know, last March I suffered a nearly fatal…

A week before his 20th-anniversary salon-style show, held on the Wednesday morning before New York Fashion Week officially opened, Narciso Rodriquez was in his Gramercy Park office showing off a gray flannel coat with three wooden buttons and a hood, lined in felted black wool. It was, like most of his clothes, understated and chic…

The clerks at Check Into Cash, a national chain that offers check cashing and payday loans, are paid close to minimum wage to do tasks like enter customers’ information into a computer. The job does not require much training. Some employees lack a high school diploma. Nevertheless, many must sign a contract that prohibits them…