By MIKE ISAAC
The Facebook chief plans to visit every state in the union and learn more about a sliver of the nearly two billion people who use the social network regularly.
By STANLEY REED
Although the cuts had bolstered prices, major industry trends already underway could mute their impact.
By JACEY FORTIN
They have been yelled at, exposed to pepper spray, pinned by security and even arrested on the job. Now a reporter has accused a House candidate of assault.
By STEVE FRIESS
Bottling operations can draw 130 million gallons a year from one site at almost no cost to Nestlé. Its application to pump even more has opened a political fight.
By KEITH BRADSHER
A major credit rating agency sounded the alarm on Wednesday, saying the steady buildup of debt would erode China’s financial strength.
By PAUL MOZUR
A Google program called AlphaGo won a best-of-three match against a Chinese Go master, rattling his nerves and showing the power of new artificial intelligence technologies.
General Motors Co was accused in a lawsuit on Thursday of rigging hundreds of thousands of diesel trucks with devices similar to those used by Volkswagen AG, to ensure they pass emissions tests.
By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN
Prosecutors say an employee of a Washington consulting firm obtained information about policy decisions at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and STEVEN ERLANGER
The reproach by Britain’s prime minister suggests a striking moment of discord between two longstanding allies that share intelligence.
Insight & Analysis
By JAMES B. STEWART
Whether Brexit or Brazil, scandal or crisis, what seems momentous news can be shaky ground for investment decisions, as some hedge funds have found.
By JOHN R. QUAIN
Lidar, the sensing technology, is the centerpiece of an intense court fight in California between two key players on the road, Uber and Waymo.
By RON LIEBER
There is a May 1 deadline for students to choose a college and place a deposit, but increasingly, the negotiations continue well beyond that.
By ALLEN SALKIN
The robots Laundroid and FoldiMate will fold a load of laundry on their own — albeit rather slowly. They are coming to market soon, their makers say.
By BRIAN X. CHEN
Why you should buy a case for your smartphone, and maybe a screen protector, but pass on an extended warranty.
By ADAM BRYANT
Another meeting-filled day? Meetings don’t have to feel like time-sucks. With these tips and strategies, they can be efficient and productive.
By JOHN KOBLIN
The ratings spread between CBS’s late night show and NBC’s is marginal. But that gap is expected to widen, by about a million, once delayed data is collected.
By JON CARAMANICA
How we fell out of love with a company that once showed us how to dress.
By TOM VOELK
Cadillac’s flagship sedan is positioned against the best that Audi, BMW, Lexus and Mercedes offer. But this car is more affordable.
By RICHARD SANDOMIR
A self-taught industrial designer, Mr. Fresco promoted an alternative society where resources would be distributed equitably by computers.
By CONOR DOUGHERTY
Restrictions once limited to executives are now spreading across the labor landscape — making it tougher for Americans to get a raise.
By NATASHA SINGER
The tech giant is transforming public education with low-cost laptops and free apps. But schools may be giving Google more than they are getting.
By MIKE ISAAC
Travis Kalanick’s drive to win in life has led to a pattern of risk-taking that has at times put his ride-hailing company on the brink of implosion.