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The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity

The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity

The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity The DealBook newsletter delves into a single topic or theme every weekend, providing reporting and analysis that offers a better understanding of a big issue in the news. If you don’t already receive the daily newsletter, sign up here. When Goldman Sachs announced that it would help companies …

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A year after the U.S. recorded its first virus case, the outbreak has ravaged the nation and deaths remain high.

A year after the U.S. recorded its first virus case, the outbreak has ravaged the nation and deaths remain high.

A year after the U.S. recorded its first virus case, the outbreak has ravaged the nation and deaths remain high. A year after the U.S. recorded its first virus case, the outbreak has ravaged the nation and deaths remain high. One year ago today, health officials told Americans about a traveler who had just come home from Wuhan, China, sought …

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Supreme Court Case Could Limit Future Lawsuits Against Fossil Fuel Industry

Supreme Court Case Could Limit Future Lawsuits Against Fossil Fuel Industry

Supreme Court Case Could Limit Future Lawsuits Against Fossil Fuel Industry Supreme Court Case Could Limit Future Lawsuits Against Fossil Fuel Industry Baltimore’s suit, initially filed in July 2018, argues that the city “is particularly vulnerable to sea level rise and flooding,” and that it has spent “significant funds” to plan for and to deal with global warming. The lawsuit …

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Mexico Clears Salvador Cienfuegos, Ex-Defense Minister, in Drug Case

Mexico Clears Salvador Cienfuegos, Ex-Defense Minister, in Drug Case

Mexico Clears Salvador Cienfuegos, Ex-Defense Minister, in Drug Case Mexico Clears Salvador Cienfuegos, Ex-Defense Minister, in Drug Case MEXICO CITY — The authorities in Mexico say they will bring no charges against a former top military official who was arrested in the United States last year on drug-trafficking and corruption charges, only to be sent home at the request of …

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The Cold Case of What’s Heating Up Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser

The Cold Case of What’s Heating Up Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser

The Cold Case of What’s Heating Up Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser The Cold Case of What’s Heating Up Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Yellowstone National Park is an excess of geologic riches, from sweeping volcanic vistas to bubbling caldrons with multicolored irises. But one of its 10,000 thermal features has been capturing everyone’s attention recently: Steamboat Geyser. Steamboat, the world’s tallest active geyser, …

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‘Spiral’ Review: A Peerless Policier Takes On Its Final Case

‘Spiral’ Review: A Peerless Policier Takes On Its Final Case

‘Spiral’ Review: A Peerless Policier Takes On Its Final Case ‘Spiral’ Review: A Peerless Policier Takes On Its Final Case The long-running crime drama “Spiral” — its title in France, where it premiered on Canal+ back in 2005, is “Engrenages,” or “Gears” — does not take place in a postcard Paris. Tourist landmarks and picturesque boulevards are scant; the Eiffel …

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Egypt Court Sentences Ex-Student to 3 Years in #MeToo Case

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Egypt Court Sentences Ex-Student to 3 Years in #MeToo Case Egypt Court Sentences Ex-Student to 3 Years in #MeToo Case CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Tuesday convicted a former student at an elite university of sexual misconduct charges and sentenced him to three years in prison, the first conviction in a case that has fueled the #MeToo movement …

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Pakistani Court Orders Men Released in Daniel Pearl Case

Pakistani Court Orders Men Released in Daniel Pearl Case

Pakistani Court Orders Men Released in Daniel Pearl Case Pakistani Court Orders Men Released in Daniel Pearl Case KARACHI, Pakistan — A Pakistani court on Thursday ordered the release of four men being held over the 2002 abduction and killing of the American journalist Daniel Pearl, arguing that they had been acquitted months ago, and that their continued detention was …

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The Antitrust Case Against Big Tech, Shaped by Tech Industry Exiles

The Antitrust Case Against Big Tech, Shaped by Tech Industry Exiles

The Antitrust Case Against Big Tech, Shaped by Tech Industry Exiles The Antitrust Case Against Big Tech, Shaped by Tech Industry Exiles “Who the heck consents to having a company track them across the internet,” she remembered thinking. “They could only do it because they had monopoly power to do something that clearly goes against consumer interests.” After leaving the …

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Two Reasons the Texas Election Case Is Faulty

Two Reasons the Texas Election Case Is Faulty

Two Reasons the Texas Election Case Is Faulty Two Reasons the Texas Election Case Is Faulty Ken Paxton, the Texas attorney general, has asked the Supreme Court to do something it has never done before: disenfranchise millions of voters in four states and reverse the results of the presidential election. The case is highly problematic from a legal perspective and …

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