A pump jack in a Permian Basin oil field in West Texas. The area has been a focus of the shale drilling boom.
Potential buyers stand in a line during the first day of sales of a property project in Nanjing, China. Speculators hoping to ride the wave of rising prices often scoop up properties that sit unoccupied.
Union workers demonstrating in March in front of a Disney hotel in Orlando, Fla. Members will vote on the new contract, which stipulates gradual minimum wage increases, on Sept. 5 and 6.
The Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York is among the public projects that have benefited from an energy-efficiency tax deduction. Many agencies have been prevented from taking advantage of the same incentive.
Three of the books that Andrew Ross Sorkin is recommending this year.
“The cost of energy now is escalating in the community,” said Bishop George McKinney, a pastor in San Diego who supports a proposal for a city-run electricity program. “There has to be someone who is willing to speak truth to power.”
Two Novozymes employees, Sara Landvik, left, and Mikako Sasa, looking for mushrooms in Hareskoven Forest, near Copenhagen. The company studies enzymes that speed up chemical reactions or natural processes like decay.
A Stitch Fix warehouse in San Francisco. The company relies on algorithms to help personalize shipments to customers.
Bill Malkasian, vice president for political strategic planning at the National Association of Realtors, at Huntington Beach, Calif.
A Tesla car in the middle of the production process outside the company’s factory in Fremont, Calif. A deal to take Tesla private could generate a gusher of fees for Wall Street, and bankers are scrambling to position themselves for an assignment.
Veronica Cintron, a materials engineer at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems in Largo, Fla., is called on when there’s a problem with the military communications equipment the company makes.
Losses shown on a television screen above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the closing bell on Monday.
Orlando Sprockel at the headquarters of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants in Columbus, Ohio, where he is the director of information technology.
Gerard Baker was the editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal for five and a half years, a period which saw The Journal’s circulation rise, but also unrest within the newsroom.
Robert Moore represented himself as a documentary filmmaker to spy on anti-asbestos activists for K2 Intelligence, an investigative firm. Now facing a lawsuit, he contends that he soon switched sides and secretly worked to help the activists.
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