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The Week in Business: The Fed Hits the Brakes

There’s gloom on Wall Street. JetBlue and American Airlines face an antitrust trial. And investors can begin buying shares of the luxury sports carmaker Porsche.

Kyoto Wants You Back, but It Has Some Polite Suggestions

The city, one of Japan’s most-visited before the pandemic, desperately needs tourism’s money, but it would like to avoid the excesses of Instagram-driven itineraries.

On the Edge of Delhi, a Dynamic Cultural Scene Takes Shape

Beneath an ancient tower, contemporary galleries, studios, bars and clubs are popping up in three neighborhoods, drawing art lovers, fashionistas and nightlife seekers.

Dodging Blackouts, California Faces New Questions on Its Power Supply

Extreme heat is testing the way energy is generated, delivered and traded — and raising the prospect of perpetual emergencies.

While You’re in the Air, Pilots’ Key Partners May Be Working From Home

Two airlines allow dispatchers, who share operational authority over flights, to do their jobs remotely. Some in the industry take issue with that.

Whatever Happened to the Starter Home?

The economics of the housing market, and the local rules that shape it, have squeezed out entry-level homes.

This Surveillance Artist Knows How You Got That Perfect Instagram Photo

A tech-savvy artist unearthed video footage of people working hard to capture the perfect shot for Instagram. It is a lesson in the artifice of social media and the ubiquity of surveillance.

Silicon Valley Had Its Heyday. Can Tech Ecosystems Now Grow Inland?

The AOL co-founder Steve Case sees a need for entrepreneurial hubs beyond the coasts. “Let’s have it be a few dozen cities,” he says.

How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits

Bon Secours Mercy Health, a major nonprofit health system, used the poverty of Richmond Community Hospital’s patients to tap into a lucrative federal drug program.

How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits

Bon Secours Mercy Health, a major nonprofit health system, used the poverty of Richmond Community Hospital’s patients to tap into a lucrative federal drug program.

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