A battle between market forces leading to gentrification and the pushback to maintain affordable housing is playing out in the capital’s neighborhoods.
Five decades after her first restaurant in Paris, she has retreated from the dining room but remains a fast-moving force, worrying every detail.
“When you’re 8, and you meet someone you like, you want to bike together with that person all day. We’ve held onto that as adults.”
The remarks by Akbar Al Baker elicited groans at a news conference in Australia, where the industry’s trade association was holding its annual meeting.
Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox News host and the Miss America chairwoman, had a message for contestants: “We are not going to judge you on your outward appearance.”
Britain’s culture secretary cleared Fox’s bid for the satellite broadcaster, most likely leading to a bidding war between Rupert Murdoch and Comcast.
On Monday, President Trump again took to Twitter to promote what he called his accomplishments in office so far on immigration, the economy and North Korea.
Facebook is fending off questions from lawmakers and regulators about partnerships that allowed device makers access to data on users and their friends.
Several prominent chief executives are considering running for president. But “the history of business leaders in the White House has not been good.”
The chain’s executive chairman turned the company into a worldwide corporate force, attempting to sell social justice along with coffee.