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A tale of two Coopers, one as old as the nation

Amy Cooper called the cops on Christian Cooper when he asked her to leash her dog in Central Park. The confrontation shows the impact of still-widespread segregation.

Apple to reopen 100 more U.S. stores this week

More than half offering curbside pick-up service only.

Dear Kevin Mayer: Here is what parents want you to change at TikTok

The new CEO of popular short-form video app TikTok has a long to-do list. Here's what parents would place on it.

Coronavirus apps’ fatal flaw: Almost everyone has to use them or they won’t work

Models show close to 60% of the population needs to use the apps to be effective. So far, none of the apps come anywhere close to that level of penetration.

‘Shockingly bad’: Critics pan Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ starring Steve Carell

Elite comedy talent and high production value can't save Netflix's spoof of the U.S. Space Force, critics say.
The Coronavirus Economy: The cookbook author writing a book on working alone

The Coronavirus Economy: The cookbook author writing a book on working alone

‘I would say my brain has melted, on a couple of occasions.’

What crisis? Nasdaq nears all time highs, defying toll of economic shutdown

On Tuesday morning, the Nasdaq 100 was roughly 2% from records set in February, while the Nasdaq Composite was less than 4% from its highs.
The U.K.’s lockdown is making the country’s electricity grid greener—for good

The U.K.’s lockdown is making the country’s electricity grid greener—for good

A drop in energy demand meant the country got a taste of what a low-carbon energy system could use. But it also had to content with negative prices.
Inside ‘On the Record’ and the sexual assault accusations against Russell Simmons

Inside ‘On the Record’ and the sexual assault accusations against Russell Simmons

The HBO Max documentary’s subjects, Drew Dixon, Sil Lai Abrams, and Sheri Sher, open up about going public.
Facebook rebrands cryptocurrency wallet ‘Calibra’ to ‘Novi’

Facebook rebrands cryptocurrency wallet ‘Calibra’ to ‘Novi’

The new name comes as Facebook hopes to overcome regulatory troubles with Libra.

Self-driving car companies hit the pandemic speed bump

The road to fully autonomous cars is less like a well-maintained freeway and more like a dirt path.
How rapid can coronavirus tests get?

How rapid can coronavirus tests get?

Speed is a crucial factor in containment; knowing whether a patient has coronavirus means knowing how to treat them.

Six Flags reopening: What you need to know

The popular theme park operator will start to reopen June 5. Here's what you should expect.

The U.K. may soon change its mind about Huawei, delighting hawks like Trump

In a stunning about-face, the British government is reviewing whether to drop Huawei—the world’s biggest network equipment supplier—from the country’s 5G network rollout.

Bankruptcy attorneys may have the hottest job in the downturn

The coronavirus crisis has left law firms scrambling for bankruptcy attorneys—after nearly a decade of getting rid of them.

Warner Music Group prepares for $1.8 billion IPO

Shareholders of the group plan to sell 70 million shares of its Class A common stock priced between $23 and $26 a share.

It survived the Great Depression and World War II. The coronavirus pushed it to bankruptcy

Hertz files for bankruptcy protection while sitting on a massive pile of debt

Why Citi offered full-time jobs to its interns—before summer even started

The pandemic is an opportunity to “smash some of the myths of how you’ve done stuff in the past,” says Citi president Jane Fraser.