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Marriott names new CEO after death of Arne Sorenson

Marriott International has named a new chief executive, a week after the death of

The pandemic is receding in the worst hot spots globally, but will the downward trend last?

A month ago, the pandemic looked especially bleak. More than 750,000 coronavirus cases were

Phil Falcone mansions head to foreclosure auction amid money woes

Former high-flying billionaire hedge-fund manager Phil Falcone appears to be close to losing his

U.S. Reaches 500,000 Covid Deaths

The virus has reached every corner of America, devastating dense cities and rural counties

‘Roaring Kitty’ doubles down on GameStop shares, stock pops

The kitty is still roaring, so GameStop is soaring. Shares in the video game

U.S. Arrests El Chapo’s Wife, Charging Her With Helping to Run Drug Empire

Emma Coronel Aispuro, the wife of Mexico’s most notorious drug trafficker, best known as

Fraud checks and errors slow small-business relief loans.

When the Paycheck Protection Program began last year, the Trump administration — eager to

As cases surge, the French Riviera shuts down and tells people to stay away.

The French Riviera, which includes the city of Nice, has the country’s highest infection

Century 21 is plotting a comeback in the US and NYC

Century 21 is stitching together a comeback bid. The 60-year-old retailer — whose lower

Rwanda Opposition Figure Is Killed in South Africa

In 2010, another member of the R.N.C., a former army chief named Faustin Kayumba