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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Americans Say They’re Primed to Spend More This Year

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Here’s what you need to know:Shoppers at a Bed, Bath & Beyond last month. With the vaccine rollout accelerating, economists expect Americans to start...

Forgotten Copy of Super Mario Bros. Sets Record at Auction

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Super Mario Bros., an iconic, fan-favorite video game that has since spawned multiple variations, was first produced in 1986.Today in BusinessUpdated April 2, 2021, 3:58...

Companies Can’t Stay on the Political Sidelines

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The invisible hand of businessAround 50 groups have filed amicus briefs in a coming Supreme Court case pitting charities against the state of California...

How About a Luxury Tour of Your Own Backyard?

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Caroline Turenne, 17, of Seekonk, Mass., booked a July hiking trip in Utah with G Adventures, based on the company’s knowledge of the area.“When...

American Airlines and Dell push back against restricting voter access in Texas.

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More large companies have voiced their opposition to Republican-led efforts to restrict voting, this time in Texas.On Thursday, American Airlines and Dell Technologies declared...

A ‘System of Espionage’ Reigned at Ikea, a French Prosecutor Charges

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VERSAILLES, France — The USB stick mysteriously appeared from an unidentified deliveryman. It held an explosive trove: a cache of startling emails detailing an...

Netflix and Sony Sign Four-Year Streaming Deal

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In another sign of Netflix’s growing dominance, Sony Pictures Entertainment has signed a five-year deal that will give the streaming giant the exclusive U.S....

Garment Workers Who Lost Jobs in Pandemic Still Wait for Severance Pay

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Over a crackling phone line, Ashraf Ali, a 35-year-old father in Bangladesh, described feeling suicidal and desperate to feed his family. Sokunthea Yi, in...

Zach Avery Charged With Running Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme

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The 2017 film “Bitter Harvest” would not, by many definitions, be considered a success.“It’s a bad sign when even the prayers in this movie...

For Bonds, Add Safety by Venturing Abroad

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Making your bond-fund portfolio less risky requires doing something that can feel like living dangerously: investing abroad.If you’re like most people, you may have...

Job Training That’s Free Until You’re Hired Is a Blueprint for Biden

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Bill Barber saw an ad on Facebook last year for American Diesel Training Centers, a school in Ohio that prepares people for careers as...

Embattled N.R.A. Chief Kept Bankruptcy Filing Secret From Deputies

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Wayne LaPierre, the embattled chief executive of the National Rifle Association, said on Wednesday that he had kept his organization’s recent bankruptcy filing secret...

How America’s Great Economic Challenge Suddenly Turned 180 Degrees

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Container ships stretch far out into the Pacific, waiting days for their turn to unload goods at California ports. Automakers pause production because they...

Biden’s Corporate Tax Proposal Could Raise Trillions

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Let the haggling begin The Biden administration has unveiled its corporate tax overhaul, intended to raise $2.5 trillion over 15 years to pay for...

Why H&M, Nike and Others Are Being Boycotted in China

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Last week, calls for the cancellation of H&M and other Western brands went out across Chinese social media as human rights campaigns collided with...