Playbill posters at the iTheatrics Junior Theater Festival held in Atlanta in January, displaying some of the Broadway musicals that have been adapted for the fast-growing middle and high school theatrical markets.
Federal prosecutors seized email and phone records from Ali Watkins, a New York Times reporter in Washington, as part of a leak investigation.
Before the decision on Tuesday allowing Time Warner’s deal with AT&T, there hadn’t been a federal court ruling on a so-called vertical merger since 1979.
The Portuguese city of Porto. Business confidence has rebounded in Portugal, production and exports have taken off, and economic growth is at its highest level in a decade.
Air traffic controllers during the 1981 strike that ended in their dismissal, a pivotal moment in the labor movement’s decline. A litigator in that dispute, Peter B. Robb, is now the top enforcement official for the National Labor Relations Board.
Liz Dowd, 33, of Brooklyn, is a farm manager for Brooklyn Grange.
Judith M. Shaw, the administrator of Maine’s Office of Securities, had an idea: Train bank employees to recognize suspicious activity, like sudden large transfers, in exchange for greater protection from legal liability for reporting it.
Peter Thiel financially backed a 2016 lawsuit against Gawker Media that led to the company’s sale at a bankruptcy auction. The buyer, Univision, abandoned the website, which has remained static since 2016.
The Luna, a $500 million yacht owned by the Russian oligarch Farkhad Akhmedov, anchored near Bodrum, Turkey, last year. The yacht is at the center of Britain’s costliest divorce case.
When the Premier League last auctioned broadcast rights in Britain, companies paid 5.14 billion pounds, or about $7.1 billion, to televise games.
The central bank of Argentina said it would use “all the tools at its disposal” to slow inflation to 15 percent this year, a goal analysts see as unrealistic.
When Deutsche Bank’s shareholders gather for the company’s annual meeting this week, one of the items on the agenda will be a motion to oust Paul Achleitner, the chairman of the bank’s supervisory board.
Planes at Los Angeles International Airport. Part of the reason for cheap airfares is new, more fuel-efficient planes.
President Trump and Gary D. Cohn, a former Goldman Sachs president and now the White House chief economic adviser, at Camp David. Mr. Cohn is widely expected to be on his way out.
A 7-Eleven store in Orlando, Fla. The company’s relationship with its franchisees has been deteriorating for years.
Carlos Ghosn’s image on a TV news program in Tokyo on Tuesday. The former Nissan chief said he had “never received any compensation from Nissan that was not disclosed.”
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