A Chinese bank apologized for the “drunken misconduct” of two directors at a work dinner.
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In a recent DealBook forum, Times journalists took stock of how much the country’s most powerful companies are backing up statements against systemic racism.
The Trump administration welcomes private equity for retirement plans but builds new barriers against sustainable investing.
That’s probably a good thing.
Yellowed newspapers. A mouse who met its end on a glue trap. Wilted plants.
Longstanding but little-used state programs, with a recent dose of federal aid, prevent layoffs by putting workers on part-time duty in a downturn.
Several countries with fragile tourist economies have started to offer visas that allow foreign nationals to live and work for a period of at least six months.
Connect, connect, connect.
An expansive effort comes as the museum faces a deficit of $15 million.
With Congress at an impasse on stimulus talks, disarray over resuming negotiations bodes poorly for reaching a deal this week.
Businesses are grappling with difficult legal and logistical questions about how to respond to the president’s payroll-tax holiday order.
Uber’s “third way” would offer its drivers flexibility plus some benefits. It’s not totally crazy.
Zomato, a global food-delivery company based in India, drew praise for introducing the new policy. Its chief executive says there is no “shame or stigma” in applying for the time off.