This tiny Baltic nation is set to complete Europe’s first new liquefied natural gas project since Russia set off a race for energy security with its invasion of Ukraine.
After peaking in June, they are back where they were in March, offering some relief to consumers and policymakers amid inflation worries.
The company, sued by cancer patients who claimed its talc was contaminated with asbestos, stopped using the ingredient in North America in 2020.
The investor, which has taken positions in Adobe, Citigroup and Nintendo, is pushing The Times to sell bundled subscriptions to readers more aggressively.
The maker of electric pickup trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles affirmed its production forecast for the year.
She will be the first woman to hold the role in the program’s 26-year history.
Market declines during the first five years of retirement can have a significant effect on a financial portfolio, but remaining flexible can mitigate the damage.
The real beginning of the fashion-technology love affair and its legacy lies with Issey Miyake, who died last week.
Denver has regained its prepandemic vibrancy, with a plethora of new restaurants and hotels, and the return of some old favorites.
A sleek newcomer, the Pina Pro, is appearing on droves of outdoor tables in the city — and sometimes disappearing, as diners fall for its mellow glow.
The company unveiled details of an ad-supported Disney+ as demand at its theme parks rebounded.
Testing found nitrosamine contamination in some samples of Januvia, but regulators will allow Merck to continue selling the drug for now.
McDonald’s said it would begin reopening stores in Kyiv and western Ukraine as fighting continues in the east.
Two of Miller’s original drawings that were used in 1980s issues of David Anthony Kraft’s magazine Comics Interview were gifts, Kraft’s wife says. Miller says they were not.
Americans with low incomes are pulling back from buying even as their richer counterparts keep spending — with potentially big consequences.
As the country puts a growing price on greenhouse emissions, investors are rushing to buy up pastures and plant carbon-sucking trees.
Inflation slowed to 8.5 percent as fuel costs cooled, but price increases on many other goods and services remain rapid.
China’s drills have hardened Taiwan’s understated approach to navigating a big-power rivalry over its political future.
Spend 15 hours a week loading baggage at the airport or passing out towels at the pool, and you can see Europe for a fraction of the usual cost.
Prices have increased rapidly since last year, but barely budged in July — a positive development, though not yet enough for a victory lap.
They rode their unicorns to fame and fortune. In a rocky market, it got a little less fun.
The billionaire entrepreneur said he wanted “to avoid an emergency sale of Tesla stock” if he was forced to complete the buyout of the social media company.
Ukrainians forced from their hometowns by Russia’s invasion find some solace, and success, setting up shop in a new city.
Fed officials are waiting for an inflation slowdown, and economists have predicted that this could signal the start of a deceleration.
Speaking at the White House, the president declared that his “economic plan is working.”
Fares fell nearly 8 percent in July from June, a drop that helped to bring down overall inflation.
A documentary captures the desperation and frustration of Type 1 diabetes patients in a clinical trial.
The decline in the cost of filling up at the pump has been a big factor in easing inflation.
The cryptocurrency exchange lost more than $1 billion in the second quarter.
The Justice Department for more than a year has investigated whether Google abuses its dominance over the interlocking technologies that deliver ads online.
Two months after regulators there suspended the boutique online bank, the outspoken libertarian economist said he had agreed to return $66.7 million in deposits.
The city contended that the fast-food chain violated scheduling and sick-leave laws for more than four years, affecting 13,000 employees.
Demand for electric vehicles has been far stronger than the supply of battery materials like lithium, nickel and cobalt.
A state-owned operator of a Russian pipeline to Europe said its payment to the Ukrainian operator of the pipeline had been returned, blaming issues linked to European sanctions against Russia.
Investors are pinning their hopes on a rosy outcome for inflation and growth, driving the S&P 500 up 12 percent in the past two months.
State propaganda about China’s rise is stoking extreme nationalism. That could blind China to its problems, and could lead to conflict — perhaps over Taiwan.
The company entered the Italian market in 2015, but seems to have been done in by a proliferation of home-delivery food during the pandemic and a desire for more artisanal pies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the F.B.I. have been investigating Concord Management, people close to the firm said.
The legislation invests in American chip manufacturing and is part of a streak of legislative successes that President Biden is planning to highlight as the midterm elections approach.
Battery-powered vehicles are considered essential to the fight against climate change, but most models are aimed at the affluent.
The retail giant is exploring bundling a streaming service into its Walmart+ membership program.
Social media companies have taken steps to restrict Russian state media accounts. But posts from those accounts still spread in Spanish, Arabic and other languages and in places outside the West.
Falling prices and upheaval in the industry do not appear to have curbed Koreans’ appetite for crypto, blockchain and all things web3.
Masayoshi Son, the Japanese conglomerate’s founder, said SoftBank would take fewer big risks in the future.
The digital media company’s founders, Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen and Roy Schwartz, will continue to run the company.
The new corporate minimum tax is not law yet and is already rife with exceptions for the businesses that might have to pay it.
The crackdown was the government’s latest effort to rein in the crypto industry.
The Federal Maritime Commission, traditionally obscure, has been cast by Congress and the administration to help lead the campaign to tame inflation.
Carmen Giménez, Graywolf’s new executive director, wants to search for writers wherever “people are talking or thinking, or being creative or having a voice.”
With the world grappling with rising prices, a tour through Argentina reveals that years of inflation can give rise to a truly bizarre economy.
The drug company Eli Lilly said it “will be forced” to look outside the state for employment growth. The engine maker Cummins said the law will “impede our ability to attract and retain top...
Elon Musk countersues Twitter. The Walt Disney Company’s bold subscriber ambitions may get a check in its quarterly earnings report. And the latest inflation number comes out.
With a new corporate minimum tax, Democrats would be adding complexity to an already byzantine tax system.
Jobs aplenty. Sizzling demand. If the United States is headed into a recession, it is taking an unusual route, with many markers of a boom.
His success has inspired a new generation of conspiracy theorists, who have learned how to stay away from legal trouble.
Some lenders and retailers have a pretty neat business model: You pay them before your wages ever hit your bank account. And sometimes they give you no choice.
A state agency said the electric carmaker had misled the public in describing its driver-assistance service as autonomous.