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From the DealBook Summit: Leaders Look Into the Future

Groundbreakers at the conference were asked what’s coming next for the brain, climate, medicine, labor, security and business.

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Can News Be Made Into a Sustainable Business?

For a DealBook task force, a lack of trust, political polarization and a troubled business model are among the news…

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Pentagon Divides Big Cloud-Computing Deal Among 4 Firms

Contracts that could total $9 billion were awarded to Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Oracle. An earlier effort, won by Microsoft,…

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New York Times Union Announces One-Day Strike

Negotiators for the company and the union, which represents most of the newsroom, have failed to come to an agreement…

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The ‘SPAC King’ Is Over It

Not long ago, Chamath Palihapitiya could be called the Jim Cramer of SPACs. A Facebook executive turned venture capitalist, Mr.…

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Britain Counts Down to Christmas With a List of Labor Walkouts

Job actions by ambulance staff, nurses, rail workers and others will hit Britain every day between now and Dec. 25.

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An Activist Investor Takes on BlackRock Over E.S.G.

A hedge fund sees BlackRock’s embrace of E.S.G. principles as a distraction, and it wants the money-management giant’s C.E.O., Laurence…

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Why Losing to Meta in Court May Still Be a Win for Regulators

As the Federal Trade Commission prepares to face off in court against Meta over a V.R. start-up deal, the agency…

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India Chases Clean Energy, but Economic Goals Put Coal First

“I will not compromise on the availability of power,” India’s energy minister has declared in defense of fossil fuel use,…

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Twitter’s Rivals Try to Capitalize on Musk-Induced Chaos

New start-ups and other social platforms sense opportunity as Twitter grapples with changes from Elon Musk, its new owner.

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