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Berkshire Hathaway Reports Profit of $97 Billion Last Year, a Record

The conglomerate saw major gains in its insurance operations and in investment income. But revenues at its railroad and utility…

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Grown in Oklahoma, Smoked in New York: Illicit Marijuana’s Legal Roots

Surplus weed produced in states like Oklahoma is increasingly ending up in New York, fueling its illicit market and complicating…

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When a Job Becomes a Literal Hell

In an era of continual burnout, artists and filmmakers are now imagining what it looks like when workers finally explode.

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9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

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Starbucks Baristas Fuel the Working World. But Is Anyone Helping Them?

New York has stood at the vanguard of progressive workplace legislation, yet some Starbucks workers say the city isn’t standing…

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The Regional Immigration Realities That Australia’s Politicians Overlook

Immigrants can fill roles that are too often quickly vacated by Australians, but immigration roadblocks make becoming permanent employees impossible.

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Just How Many People Will Die From Climate Change?

How deadly could climate change be? Last fall, in an idiosyncratic corner of the internet where I happen to spend…

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Middle Age Like You’ve Never Seen It

There was a certain intimacy to the crowds outside the shows at London Fashion Week, which turned 40 this month.…

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How to Pack for a Two-Week Trip With One Small Suitcase

Expert advice from professional travelers on what to bring and where to put it.

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Yoga and Energy Healing in a Former Hudson Valley Mansion

Plus: winter balms, minimalist leather bags — and more recommendations from T Magazine.

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