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The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity

When big banks see a benefit in helping companies recruit more diverse directors, it’s a sign that there are not just morals at play — there is money at stake, too.

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Uber, After Buying Postmates, Lays Off More Than 180 Employees

The layoffs include most of the executive team at Postmates, the food delivery app that Uber bought last year.

Herman Miller C.E.O. Grapples With Politics and Pandemic

As the C.E.O. of Herman Miller, Andi Owen has had to navigate a polarized work force while thinking about the future of the offices her company makes furniture for.

Help With Vaccination Push Comes From Unexpected Businesses

Microsoft, Starbucks and Amazon are among the companies offering the government assistance with logistics and operations.

Can a Brash Executive in Kansas Save Movie Theaters?

For Adam Aron, who runs AMC Entertainment, the world’s largest movie theater chain, the past year has been filled with twists and turns. And no one knows the ending.

When Will Taxes Go Up?

Unwinding the 2017 Trump tax cuts will be a big test for President Biden.

How Corporate America Views President Biden

Big business broke with Republicans in the final days of the Trump administration. That doesn’t mean executives are fully ready to embrace President Biden.

From ‘unloved’ to ‘favorite,’ Britain’s stock market rides a wave.

Despite strict lockdowns and Brexit trade disruptions, investors have turned to Britain’s stock market in the first weeks of 2021.

The Biden Era Begins

And the Trump era ends — with a series of pardons.

Blackstone's Schwarzman Stays Loyal to Trump

The Blackstone chief executive stuck with President Trump despite the occasional slight, and stopped short of criticizing him even after the Capitol attack.

Dark Money Is on the Supreme Court's Docket

A new Supreme Court case will take on “dark money” in politics.

C.E.O.s, Former Officials Call for a Post-Trump Globalism Revival

A group of company leaders and former policymakers argue that “globalism” isn’t an epithet. Instead, they argue, it is the way forward.

Gary Gensler Is Picked to Lead S.E.C.

The Biden administration also named Rohit Chopra as the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, in moves that would bring Obama-era regulators to oversee key financial agencies.

Behind a Secret Deal Between Google and Facebook

Facebook was going to compete with Google for some advertising sales but backed away from the plan after the companies cut a preferential deal, according to court documents.

Corporate America Flexes Its Political Muscle

Big business breaks with Republicans.

Inside Twitter's Decision to Cut Off Donald J. Trump

Jack Dorsey, the chief executive, had reservations about locking the president’s account. But the calls for violence that his tweets provoked were too overwhelming.