Ralph Paige, Champion of Black Farmers, Dies at 74

Ralph McDaniel Paige was born on July 28, 1943, in LaGrange, Ga., to Edward and Dora Paige, upkeep employees at native companies. He graduated...

High-Skilled White-Collar Work? Machines Can Do That, Too

There are different checks on automation. Negotiations with suppliers sometimes require a human contact. Even when an algorithm might help consumers make choices extra...

A Nasdaq for Sneakerheads? E-Commerce Site Aims to Tame ‘Chaos’ of Luxury Market

DETROIT — Standing amongst greater than 350 pairs of sneakers in his transformed attic, Josh Luber, a self-proclaimed “sneakerhead,” held a pair of almost...

F.A.A. Declines to Regulate Airplane Seat Size

Let the armrest elbow wars proceed. This week, in response to a federal appeals court docket case, the Federal Aviation Administration introduced it is...

E.P.A. Chief Scott Pruitt Resigns Under a Cloud of Ethics Scandals

As well as, Mr. Pruitt confronted irritation from the White Home after The Atlantic journal reported that Mr. Pruitt’s workplace gave raises to 2...

There Isn’t Much the Fed Can Do to Ease the Pain of a Trade...

When the highest policymakers on the Federal Reserve met three weeks in the past to set the course for financial coverage in the US,...

US Stocks Hold On to Much of an Early Rally; Oil Prices Fall

U.S. shares edged larger in morning buying and selling Thursday after paring some early positive aspects as merchants returned from the Independence Day vacation....

How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s on Tonight

Mr. Brookman of the Customers Union, who reviewed the opt-in display, stated the trade-off was not clear for customers. “Possibly the interactive options are...

Same-Sex Couples Entitled to Equal Visa Rights, Hong Kong Court Says

That shift is in keeping with worldwide tendencies, mentioned Kelley Loper, an affiliate professor on the College of Hong Kong College of Regulation who...

China Frees Australian Executive at Center of Diplomatic Dispute

SHANGHAI — When Stern Hu was convicted in 2010 of corruption prices and despatched to jail in China, the Australian mining govt’s destiny strained...

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