A federal judge in Florida disqualified himself from a court case brought by Disney against Gov. Ron DeSantis, but notRead more
The Week in Business: An Attempt to Ban TikTok
What’s Up? (May 14-20) Targeting a Social Media Juggernaut The backlash against TikTok, the video app that has come underRead more
Disney Pulls Plug on $1 Billion Development in Florida
In March, Disney called Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida “anti-business” for his scorched-earth attempt to tighten oversight of the company’sRead more
An Untested Oil Price Cap Has Helped Choke Revenue to Russia
In early June, at the behest of the Biden administration, German leaders assembled top economic officials from the Group ofRead more
Washington Confronts the Challenge of Policing A.I.
What A.I. regulation might look like The fireworks that usually pop when technology executives testify before Congress were noticeably absentRead more
Colorados last horse track, Arapahoe Park, says tax policy could close it
The only horse racing track in Colorado said it could close in the near future if a Centennial judge doesRead more
Who Would Want to Be a C.E.O.?
Who would want to be a chief executive? The pressure on global business leaders has always been intense. But theRead more
Peloton Shares Slide After It Recalls Two Million Exercise Bikes
Peloton, the maker of home exercise equipment, said on Thursday that it was recalling more than two million exercise bikes,Read more
Boulder owner of 108 Hardee’s files for bankruptcy
A Boulder-based constellation of 108 Hardee’s restaurants has gone bankrupt. Six LLCs that are part of Capstone Restaurant Group filedRead more
How Might the Government Avoid Default? Biden Offers Clues.
Nearly two hours after the end of what appeared to be a fruitless meeting between President Biden and Republican leadersRead more