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Who Is Liable for A.I. Creations?

Tools like ChatGPT could open a new line of questions around tech products and harmful content.

Why Do Almost Half of Americans Leave Paid Time Off on the Table?

In a recent Pew survey, top reasons included worry about falling behind and fear of being fired. DealBook wants to know yours.

Who Would Want to Be a C.E.O.?

The challenges facing business leaders feel particularly acute right now. This week, DealBook delved into four of them.

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Three ‘Forever Chemicals’ Makers Settle Public Water Lawsuits

The $1.19 billion agreement, announced by Chemours, DuPont and Corteva, wouldn’t resolve all the claims against them.

May Jobs Report May Yield Clues for Fed’s Next Rates Move

With the fight over the debt ceiling resolved, investors are turning to other concerns, including inflation and interest rates.

Netflix Shareholders Vote to Reject Executive Pay Packages

The vote, after the union representing striking writers urged opposition, can be overruled by the streaming giant’s board of directors.

Boeing and NASA Delay Launch of Starliner Over Parachutes and Wiring

The Starliner capsule was poised to fly people to orbit in July for the first time. But reviews found problems with its parachutes and its wiring.

Markets Rise as Debt Ceiling Deal Moves to the Senate

Global markets edged higher as the prospect of the United States defaulting on its debt grows more remote.

An Appeals Court Gave the Sacklers Legal Immunity. Here’s What the Ruling Means.

In return for the shield, the billionaire owners of Purdue Pharma are committed to paying up to $6 billion to help compensate communities and individuals for the ravages of the opioid epidemic.

Walmart Raises Wages for Some Pharmacists and Opticians

The retailer, which sees its health care business as a way to drive profits, is trying to retain workers in a competitive labor market.

Reassessing Engine No. 1’s Fight Against Exxon Mobil

As investors press the oil giant on climate issues, activists say that a hedge fund’s eco-focused victory over the company two years ago has achieved little.

Elizabeth Holmes Reports to Prison in Texas on Tuesday

The disgraced founder of the blood testing start-up Theranos, who was convicted of fraud, turned herself in at a minimum-security prison in Texas.

Climate Shareholder Activists Rethink Their Fight Amid Setbacks

Climate-focused shareholder activists have scored only a few victories in their efforts to push oil giants to adopt cleaner business strategies.

Companies Push Prices Higher, Protecting Profits but Adding to Inflation

Corporate profits have been bolstered by higher prices even as some of the costs of doing business have fallen in recent months.

Lazard Names Peter Orszag to Succeed Ken Jacobs as C.E.O.

Mr. Orszag will oversee a financial institution with a long history of advising on corporate deals at a time when its mainstay business faces huge challenges.

Minnesota Governor Vetoes Gig Worker Pay Bill

Gov. Tim Walz said the legislation would have raised costs for ordering an Uber or Lyft too high, potentially pricing out Minnesota customers.

After Backlash, Target Becomes Latest Brand to Shift Pride Marketing

Target became the latest company to adjust plans for marketing supportive of the L.G.B.T.Q. community after it faced backlash from some customers.

Nvidia Nears Trillion-Dollar Valuation on Rising AI Demand

The company delivered a robust sales forecast, powered by demand for the processors that run artificial intelligence systems.

Microsoft Calls for AI Rules to Minimize Risks

Its president, Brad Smith, said companies needed to “step up” and governments needed to “move faster” as artificial intelligence progressed.