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Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

In an interview with ABC News, the pilots of the Southwest plane whose engine exploded last month described what went through their minds. “As long as you have altitude and ideas, you’re O.K.,” Captain Tammie Jo Shults said. “And we had both.”

Denise Morrison Quits as Campbell Chief, Further Cutting Female C.E.O. Ranks

Denise Morrison Quits as Campbell Chief, Further Cutting Female C.E.O. Ranks

Denise Morrison was the chief executive of Campbell Soup Company until retiring abruptly on Friday.

Teaching Gandhi’s Nonviolent Principles in a Violent Time

Teaching Gandhi’s Nonviolent Principles in a Violent Time

Maria Engels was adopted from an orphanage in Bangladesh at the age of 18 months. She joined the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence after attending a program the organization had sponsored.

Trump Nominee Is Mastermind of Anti-Union Legal Campaign

Trump Nominee Is Mastermind of Anti-Union Legal Campaign

A labor protest in New York last month on the day the Supreme Court struck down mandatory union fees for government workers. A legal campaign to force public-sector unions to refund fees already paid by nonmembers is underway in several states.

Why Are Mutual Fund Fees So High? This Billionaire Knows

Why Are Mutual Fund Fees So High? This Billionaire Knows

Ronald S. Baron, the founder of Baron Funds, at his annual conference in New York last month. “If you want the lowest fee, you should not invest with us,” he said in an interview, arguing that his skills and experience justify his costs.

Tax Law May Send Factories and Jobs Abroad, Critics Say

Tax Law May Send Factories and Jobs Abroad, Critics Say

A construction site in Mexico where Ford Motor has canceled plans for a factory. For the biggest makers of cars and machines, provisions of the new tax law could make it attractive for American companies to locate factories abroad.

Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein, Saying He Harmed Her Career

Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein, Saying He Harmed Her Career

If successful, a lawsuit by Ashley Judd could clarify sexual harassment protections for women in nontraditional business relationships.

‘Password,’ ‘Monkey’ and the Other Terrible Passwords We Choose

‘Password,’ ‘Monkey’ and the Other Terrible Passwords We Choose

This year’s worst passwords, according to one creator of security applications, include “starwars,” “iloveyou,” “monkey,” “hello,” “freedom,” “qazwsx” and “trustno1.”

Barnes & Noble Says Former C.E.O. Demos Parneros Was Fired for Sexual Harassment

Barnes & Noble Says Former C.E.O. Demos Parneros Was Fired for Sexual Harassment

Demos Parneros was fired last month as Barnes & Noble’s chief executive. Mr. Parneros filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming defamation and breach of contract.

Wages Are Rising in Europe. But Economists Are Puzzled.

Wages Are Rising in Europe. But Economists Are Puzzled.

A clothing factory near Porto, Portugal. As the global economy has recovered, wages for most workers around the world have stagnated, but in Europe, that’s changing.

A Cell Therapy Untested in Humans Saves a Baby With Cancer

A Cell Therapy Untested in Humans Saves a Baby With Cancer

Layla Richards had been expected to die from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She has been in remission for a few months.

How Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Built a Shadowy Business Empire

How Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Built a Shadowy Business Empire

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, leaving federal court in Manhattan on April 26.

Uber Dealt Setback After European Court Rules It Is a Taxi Service

Uber Dealt Setback After European Court Rules It Is a Taxi Service

Cabs blocked streets in central London in 2014 as part of a protest against Uber in major cities across Europe.

Struggling to Disconnect From Our Digital Lives

Struggling to Disconnect From Our Digital Lives

It is 11:10 p.m. Why are you aimlessly checking LinkedIn invitations from people you don’t know?

Beijing Takes Over Anbang, Insurer That Owns Waldorf Astoria

Beijing Takes Over Anbang, Insurer That Owns Waldorf Astoria

The Waldorf Astoria hotel, a symbol of New York elegance, will be under the control of the Chinese government.

The Art of Making a Bespoke Mattress

The Art of Making a Bespoke Mattress

TJ Brown, a master mattress maker for Savoir Beds in London, credits his skill in part to his long fingers, which also serve him well when he plays piano and organ professionally.


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