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Microsoft Pledges $500 Million for Affordable Housing in Seattle Area

Microsoft Pledges $500 Million for Affordable Housing in Seattle Area

A government report in December found that the Seattle region needs 156,000 more affordable housing units, and will need 88,000 more by 2040 if the region’s growth continues.
Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

An investigation in Seattle into potential intellectual property theft adds to recent pressures on Huawei, a Chinese technology giant.

New York Magazine Names a New Editor as Adam Moss Departs

David Haskell, who has overseen print features and digital strategy, will step in on April 1. He plans to keep a side job as co-owner of a whiskey distillery in Brooklyn.
John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 89

John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 89

John C. Bogle in 2017. He built the Vanguard Group on the belief that over the long term, most investment managers cannot outperform the broad market averages.
Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

Verla Bloomfield handles claims for the Social Security Administration in Tulsa, Okla. Ms. Bloomfield, who has a master’s degree, prefers the stability of her federal job to more highly paid work in
Goldman’s Tactic in Huge Malaysian Fraud Case: Smear an Ex-Partner

Goldman’s Tactic in Huge Malaysian Fraud Case: Smear an Ex-Partner

Tim Leissner and his wife, Kimora Lee Simmons, in 2014. He pleaded guilty to United States criminal charges of bribery and money laundering.
French Government Calls for Carlos Ghosn to Be Replaced as Renault’s Leader

French Government Calls for Carlos Ghosn to Be Replaced as Renault’s Leader

Carlos Ghosn, the chairman and chief executive of the French carmaker Renault, has been held in a Tokyo jail since November. After standing by him, Renault is now set to cut its ties.
An Irish Burger Chain Claims a Trademark Win Over McDonald’s

An Irish Burger Chain Claims a Trademark Win Over McDonald’s

A Dublin outlet of the Supermac’s burger chain. Siding with Supermac’s, the European Union’s Intellectual Property Office has ruled that McDonald’s did not properly register Big Mac as a trademark.
Tech We’re Using: How to Sort Through a Cornucopia of Television Shows

Tech We’re Using: How to Sort Through a Cornucopia of Television Shows

Aisha Harris, assistant TV editor, watching the screener of a new show ahead of its debut.
Global Warming Is Helping to Wipe Out Coffee in the Wild

Global Warming Is Helping to Wipe Out Coffee in the Wild

Drying coffee beans in Ethiopia. More than half of all species are at risk of vanishing in the wild because of climate change and deforestation.

Tech Tip: The Easy (and Free) Way to Make a Budget Spreadsheet

With a little time, typing and easy-to-use software, you can quickly see your financial picture much more thoroughly and better plan for the future.

Big Bank Rally Helps US Stocks Finish Higher; Goldman Soars

Banks surged Wednesday following strong results from a slew of financial companies, and U.S. stock indexes finished broadly higher. Concerns about trade tensions between the U.S. and China derailed a

YouTube Bans Risky Prank Videos Amid Spate of ‘Bird Box’ Challenge Stunts

The video-sharing site said that it was clarifying its policies on the posting of harmful content to explicitly exclude pranks with a “perceived danger of serious physical injury.”
The Government Shutdown: Where Things Stand

The Government Shutdown: Where Things Stand

Security lines at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta stretched more than an hour long amid the partial federal shutdown, causing some travelers to miss flights on Monday.
Unbuttoned: New York’s Lost Department Stores

Unbuttoned: New York’s Lost Department Stores

The "street of shops" at Henri Bendel in 1981.
Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says

Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says

Facebook opened a pop-up kiosk in Manhattan in December to provide consumers information about its new privacy tools.
DealBook Briefing: ‘Brexit’ Deal Fails; What’s Next for Britain?

DealBook Briefing: ‘Brexit’ Deal Fails; What’s Next for Britain?

A pro-European Union rally outside Parliament on Tuesday.
Sears Won’t Close Yet as Its Chairman, Edward Lampert, Fends Off Creditors

Sears Won’t Close Yet as Its Chairman, Edward Lampert, Fends Off Creditors

A closed Sears store in Mentor, Ohio. If a deal to save the company is approved by a judge, Sears will emerge from bankruptcy with less debt, but it will still face steep odds in winning back

Veterans of the News Business Are Now Fighting Fakes

After raising $6 million, the start-up NewsGuard, co-founded by Steve Brill, has signed Microsoft as its first major client. The main goal: to combat the spread of false stories on the internet.