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Shares of Levi's are now being publicly traded for just the second time in the company's 165-year-old history
Indra Nooyi, the former C.E.O. of PepsiCo, on her Brahmin upbringing, the challenges women face in corporate America and why she's not going to tell anyone what to eat or drink
Levi’s raised more than $100 million from the offering, which it plans to use for general corporate purposes and possibly for acquisitions
“The floor looked awesome,” Levi's chief executive said. “The irony is, there’s a sign when you walk onto the floor saying, ‘No jeans allowed.’”
.@jimtankersley and @bencasselman report that nearly four in five people say they would rather overpay their federal income taxes and get a refund every spring than underpay and owe money come tax season. Here are the implications:
Pharmaceutical provisions that Democrats say would undermine their effort to make health care more affordable have become the next big stumbling block to President Trump's new North American trade deal
Our Work Friend columnist, @LedererLedes, advises a handyman who would like to offer a greater range of services to his female clients.
After raising rates for five consecutive quarters, the Fed signaled that it saw no need to raise them again in the near future. Its chairman did not rule out the possibility that the next move could be a rate cut.
“In the beginning, his tweets would actually hurt stock prices,” an expert in corporate damage control said. “There is a clinical difference between what was happening in the beginning and what is happening now.” https://nyti.ms/2U3Q1xC
Ford Motor Company plans to build its first autonomous vehicles at a new factory in Michigan as part of an earlier pledge to invest $900 million in manufacturing operations in the state.
Early on, President Trump’s ability to direct outrage at companies appeared to work. Now they appear to be prioritizing their balance sheets over political backlash. https://nyti.ms/2JCfNW2
The typical member of the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee now expects not to raise rates at all this year, an abrupt halt to what had been a steady march of increases
Watches have become an excellent, if somewhat unnerving, vehicle for transmogrifying money into a larger amount of money.
Amazon's big New York plans ran into union resistance, and the labor friction continues. A union says an employee at the retailer's Staten Island warehouse was fired for speaking out about working conditions. Amazon says a safety violation was at issue.
Business leaders overwhelmingly back the G.O.P., trade talks enter “the endgame," Facebook stops some targeted ads, and more in today's DealBook Briefing
What might be the new social network? The email newsletter, says @MikeIsaac.
A potential merger between Germany's two biggest banks, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, has generated a lot of buzz, but Chancellor Angela Merkel sees no role for herself, or her government, in the talks.
.@andrewrsorkin writes that nobody is truly apolitical, and in an age when we increasingly see our business leaders filling the vacuum left by our political leaders, it’s important that the public fully understand the views of these unelected leaders.
The $1.5 trillion tax cut that went through Congress in 2017 has goosed the economy in the short term, but officials now concede it will not be enough to deliver the 3 percent annual growth the president promised over the long term.