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    • Videogame Software Startup Unity Is Valued at $2.8 Billion

      Unity Technologies is putting the finishing touches on a $400 million funding round of financing that values the videogame technology company at about $2.8 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

      Appeared in the May. 24, 2017, print edition as 'Unity Technologies In Financing Round.'

      Videogame Software Startup Unity Is Valued at $2.8 Billion
    • Bipartisan Pushback Greets Trump’s Proposed Budget

      President Donald Trump’s proposed $4.1 trillion spending blueprint amounts to a sweeping overhaul of the social safety net while projecting a big boost to economic growth that could be difficult to achieve.

      Appeared in the May. 24, 2017, print edition as 'White House Budget Faces Swift Pushback.'

      Bipartisan Pushback Greets Trump’s Proposed Budget
    • Trump’s Military Budget is Seen as a Modest Step Beyond Obama’s

      President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for 2018 is asking $640 billion in military spending, more than $50 billion over current congressional budget caps, to pay for modernization, readiness and operations.

      Trump’s Military Budget is Seen as a Modest Step Beyond Obama’s
    • Trump Budget Embraces Medicaid Changes Proposed by House GOP Leaders

      One of the big ways President Donald Trump’s proposed budget would save money is by overhauling Medicaid, the federal-state health program for the poor and disabled, which the president wants to cut by more than 40% over a decade.

      Trump Budget Embraces Medicaid Changes Proposed by House GOP Leaders
    • Greek Bonds Would Be A Great Investment, If Anyone Actually Traded Them

      In theory, Greek bonds would be a great investment but barely anyone trades it, even with yields at a three-year low.

      Greek Bonds Would Be A Great Investment, If Anyone Actually Traded Them

      Insurance: Where Humans Still Rule Over Machines

      Insurance companies such as AIG use new techniques including algorithms, to tap into a growing array of detail to price risk. Still, human underwriters have an essential role to play.

      Appeared in the May. 24, 2017, print edition as 'Humans Still Rule Machines in Insurance.'

      Insurance: Where Humans Still Rule Over Machines
    • Hit Hard by Coal’s Decline, Eastern Kentucky Turns to Drones, Tomatoes, Solar Energy

      Eastern Kentucky is drawing diverse ventures aimed at reviving a region decimated by job losses in the coal industry, including a drone-testing facility and high-tech greenhouse.

      Appeared in the May. 24, 2017, print edition as 'Kentucky Looks to Mine Alternatives.'

      Hit Hard by Coal’s Decline, Eastern Kentucky Turns to Drones, Tomatoes, Solar Energy
    • Solar Company Sunrun Was Manipulating Sales Data, Say Former Managers

      Former managers at one of the largest U.S. solar-energy companies say they manipulated a key sales metric around the time of the company’s 2015 initial public offering.

      Solar Company Sunrun Was Manipulating Sales Data, Say Former Managers
    • Special Counsel Shenanigans

      A transcript of the weekend’s program on FOX News Channel.

    • Trump Urges Muslims to Fight Extremism in Saudi Speech

      President Donald Trump called on Muslim leaders across the globe to confront the “crisis of Islamic extremism,” in a speech aimed at corralling Arab allies around a new, combined effort to combat terrorism and Iranian aggression in the Middle East.

      Appeared in the May. 22, 2017, print edition as 'Trump Urges Unity on Terror.'

      Trump Urges Muslims to Fight Extremism in Saudi Speech

      The Quants Run Wall Street Now

      For decades, investors imagined a time when data-driven traders would dominate financial markets. That day has arrived.

      Appeared in the May. 22, 2017, print edition.

      The Quants Run Wall Street Now
    • Here’s Why the Fed Will Stay Central to Markets

      With the legacy of expansive stimulus, the Federal Reserve would find it difficult to return to its precrisis role on the sidelines of financial markets, analysts and central-bank watchers say.

      Here’s Why the Fed Will Stay Central to Markets
    • Bronx Courthouse Finds New Life as a High School

      The charter school network Success Academy said it will transform the historic building known to many as the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse into its first high school in the borough.

      Appeared in the May. 22, 2017, print edition as 'Courthouse Is Groomed for School.'

      Bronx Courthouse Finds New Life as a High School

      Cultural groups unite for events honoring architect Wright

      BUFFALO, N.Y. — Seven cultural organizations in western New York are uniting for a series of events commemorating the 150th anniversary of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's birth.

      A Reclusive Millionaire’s Vast New Zealand Sculpture Park

      How does a sweeping landscape shape an artist’s creativity? Alan Gibbs found out by building one of the world’s largest contemporary art parks in Kaipara Harbour, New Zealand.

      A Reclusive Millionaire’s Vast New Zealand Sculpture Park
    • U.S. Government Bonds Pull Back

      U.S. government-bond prices edged down Friday as investors digested new corporate bond supply and continued to recover from political headlines that had sparked a large rally earlier in the week.

      U.S. Government Bonds Pull Back

      HTC Global to Buy IT Consultant Ciber for $93 Million

      Ciber Inc. won court approval to sell its assets to HTC Global Services Inc., after the company prevailed with a $93 million bid in an auction this week.

    • A Booster for Young Entrepreneurs

      Ankur Jain’s Kairos Society gives advice and big-name connections to entrepreneurs under the age of 26.

      A Booster for Young Entrepreneurs

      Roger Ailes' legacy: Transforming media and politics

      NEW YORK — Few media titans can claim a lasting legacy. They make their impact felt during stellar careers, and are honored and rewarded for it. Then, one way or another, they pass from the scene as other studio and network bosses, publishers and impresarios take their turns at wielding power and influence.

    • Jim Chanos Predicts Stock Drop for Mallinckrodt

      Noted short-seller Jim Chanos predicted a fall for shares of pharmaceutical maker Mallinckrodt PLC at the annual SALT hedge fund conference in Las Vegas on Thursday.

      Jim Chanos Predicts Stock Drop for Mallinckrodt
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