Anna Wintour is staying, but the once-plush company behind Vogue and The New Yorker lost $120 million last year.
Google withdrew from China in 2010 to protest the country’s censorship. Now the internet giant is working on a search engine that complies with Chinese censorship rules.
The company’s chairman and chief executive is a rare business leader who applauds President Trump’s protectionist approach to trade.
The iPhone maker has repurchased almost $220 billion of its own stock since March 2012 — more than any other company.
The administration is considering raising tariffs on a list of $200 billion of Chinese products to 25 percent from 10 percent as China’s currency declines.
A company says it wanted to start a national conversation about death. But regulators initially rejected its ads, saying they were likely to cause offense.
Can’t locate that file you were working in a few days ago and can’t remember what you called it? Here are some places to look.
News about leaks of personal information can lead consumers to believe that’s the new normal, but experts caution against such “breach fatigue.”
In sharp contrast with its approach to interference in the 2016 presidential race, the social network is making security moves publicly ahead of the midterms.
Recent incidents around the country have raised questions about diversity training in the hotel industry.