A letter written by Vivian Lord drew a flurry of news media attention and prompted one toymaker to develop, for the first time, a pack of the classic toy soldiers designed to be women.
Plus, the monthlong strike at General Motors may be over soon.
That campaigns are now being fought largely online campaign is hardly a revelation, yet only one political party seems to have gotten the message.
A local L.G.B.T.Q. group called for a boycott of the restaurant soon after it opened at a mall in Reading, England.
A decade into the recovery, workers say they’re still dogged by the concessions they made when the economy was weak.
A new workshop in Texas brought the president and the king of luxury together. Is this good or bad for both their brands?
Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s presidential campaign sent Facebook a letter about a false video ad that a super PAC ran on the social network.
The head of California’s biggest utility, under fire over the company’s handling of a pre-emptive power shut-off, faced scrutiny from state regulators.
A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But some issues remain unresolved.
Mr. Hurd, who previously ran Hewlett-Packard and other technology businesses, had stepped aside last month from Oracle for health reasons.
A judge on Thursday ruled that a defamation lawsuit filed by the firm at the center of the Panama Papers should be heard in the Los Angeles area.
Mr. Brouillette, the deputy secretary of energy, will be nominated to take over from Mr. Perry, who said he would resign amid scrutiny over his role in the Ukraine scandal.
The tentative contract agreement includes a big investment in a Detroit plant that was scheduled to close. But enthusiasm varies among U.A.W. members.
The F.D.A. found trace levels of asbestos in samples from a bottle of baby powder bought from an online retailer.