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Fred Warmbier Managing Fred Warmbier, who owns Finishing Technology Inc., writes about the challenges of running an old-line business in a high-tech economy. Deb Weidenhamer Capitalizing on China Deb Weidenhamer, founder and chief executive of
Read more Test your knowledge of the Declaration of Independence by playing our crossword. Read more This word has appeared in 998 New York Times articles in the past year. Read more Two big stories dominated the news in what the Sunday Review called
Archive Recent Posts Fifteen stories, most written in the 1950s when Leonard was a copywriter at a Detroit advertising agency, will be published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson in Britain and HarperCollins in the United States. Read more Christopher
Archive Recent Posts The documentary will focus on the band's touring years, which ended in 1966 after a concert at San Francisco's Candlestick Park...Read more The Praemium Imperiale International Arts Awards recognize lifetime achievement. Read
Archive Recent Posts An alternative to the Whitney Biennial in Arkansas focuses on contemporary artists and the evolving narratives that make up our cultural fabric. Read more Ben Brantley on energetic productions of Carousel and The Pajama Game.
Deb Weidenhamer Capitalizing on China Deb Weidenhamer, founder and chief executive of Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers, writes about the intricacies and nuances of establishing a business in China. Eilene Zimmerman Start and Tech Support
Archive Recent Posts A suit filed in federal court says that Ms. Perry's hit Dark Horse is derivative of the 2008 song Joyful Noise by Flame. Read more The New York Public Library is displaying a copy of the Declaration written out by Thomas
03:18 EST, 2 July 2014 16 shares 40 View comments A dictionary has revealed how 13th century nicknames denoting a person's job, appearance or religion have become the family names many people use today. The use of surnames was largely unheard of in
Archive Recent Posts Mr. Barber talks about his new book, and James Nestor discusses Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves. Read more The comedian who was badly injured in a crash earlier this month was
U.S. homebuilders are feeling more confident about the housing market but don't think it is healthy yet. The National Association of Home Builders/ Wells Fargo builder sentiment index rose to 49 in June, highest since January and up from 45 in May.