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Anderson Cooper Explores Grief and Loss in Deeply Personal Podcast

Anderson Cooper has never been a big crier. In fact, he has been a model of cool when covering world…

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Why Retailers Are Trying Extra Hard to Woo Holiday Shoppers

Amazon held what amounted to an extra Prime Day in October, blanketing its site with deals. Best Buy rolled out…

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Giant Wind Farms Arise Off Scotland, Easing the Pain of Oil’s Decline

The pilot of the nearly 80-foot work boat gunned its powerful engines, pinning the bow against the base of a…

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These Young Workers Are ‘Romanticizing’ the Return to Office

Meena Kirupakaran didn’t think there was anything especially exciting about her job in publishing. She had an hourlong commute each…

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Business Travel’s Rebound Is Being Hit by a Slowing Economy

Business travel came back this year more strongly than most industry analysts had predicted in the depths of the pandemic,…

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Don’t Let a Co-Worker Turn Your Life Upside Down

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, or a request…

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How Free Is the Press in the Birthplace of Democracy?

On a Saturday morning last November, Stavros Malichudis, a Greek journalist, made a cup of coffee and began scrolling Facebook,…

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The Week in Business: Shoppers Open Their Wallets

Credit...Giacomo BagnaraWhat’s Up? (Nov. 20-26) An Inflation-Era Holiday Season Bank account looking a little leaner than usual after ...

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Les Knight, el hombre que quiere que nos extingamos de manera voluntaria

PORTLAND, Oregón — Para ser alguien que quiere que se extinga su propia especie, Les Knight es un ser humano…

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U.S. Allows Chevron to Expand Energy Operations in Venezuela

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — The U.S. Treasury on Saturday granted Chevron a license for a limited expansion of energy operations in…

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