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After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

Jim Watson, the mayor of Ottawa, which applied to be the site for Amazon’s second headquarters, said twice in an interview that he was “disappointed.” Mr. Watson visited Amazon’s Seattle headquarters
A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

Tom Hall, the town manager of Scarborough, Me., at Scarborough Downs, a 500-acre horse racing track that was pitched for use by Amazon.
A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

Tom Hall, the town manager of Scarborough, Me., at Scarborough Downs, a 500-acre horse racing track that was pitched for use by Amazon.
A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

Tom Hall, the town manager of Scarborough, Me., at Scarborough Downs, a 500-acre horse racing track that was pitched for use by Amazon.
Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Ms. Anderson, the daughter of the owner Jerry Jones, at the Star, the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, in Frisco, Tex. Her job is to promote “America’s Team” at a time when football is in crisis.
Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Ms. Anderson, the daughter of the owner Jerry Jones, at the Star, the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, in Frisco, Tex. Her job is to promote “America’s Team” at a time when football is in crisis.
Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Ms. Anderson, the daughter of the owner Jerry Jones, at the Star, the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, in Frisco, Tex. Her job is to promote “America’s Team” at a time when football is in crisis.
Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Ms. Anderson, the daughter of the owner Jerry Jones, at the Star, the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, in Frisco, Tex. Her job is to promote “America’s Team” at a time when football is in crisis.