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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.

Taiwan is facing a drought, and it has prioritized its computer chip business over...

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Officials are calling Taiwan’s drought its worst in more than half a century. And it is exposing the enormous challenges involved in hosting the...

From the Charred Wreck of a Lamborghini, a D.I.Y. Supercar

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PORTLAND, Ore. — Under the rear hood of Chris Steinbacher’s Lamborghini Huracán sits a Chevy engine. Sure, it’s a twin turbo, and, yes, it...

Company Will Offer Refunds to Buyers of ‘Satan Shoes’ to Settle Lawsuit by Nike

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A Brooklyn company that was sued by Nike over the unauthorized sale of Satan Shoes — an aftermarket sneaker that contains a drop of...

Learning How to Invest From the Pros

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Mr. Green doesn’t choose sides. He simply reports on the views of investors who say the secret to success is buying good companies at...

Tanglewood Is Back This Summer, With Beethoven and Yo-Yo Ma

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There won’t be the traditional, grand closing-night performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, with its stage full of singers. In fact, to reduce the risk...

With Warning to Democrats, Manchin Points the Way for Biden’s Agenda

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Republican senators, singed by their experience on the pandemic aid bill, responded to Mr. Biden’s gestures to bipartisanship by issuing a chilly statement saying...

The Church, an Arts Center in Sag Harbor, Is Opening

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The Church, a nonprofit arts center in Sag Harbor, N.Y., founded by the artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik, will begin to welcome visitors...

After Pandemic, Shrinking Need for Office Space Could Crush Landlords

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“Our customers are doing well — most of them are not experiencing a recession,” Mr. Thomas said.Colin Connolly, the chief executive of Cousins Properties,...

‘The Start of a Comeback’ in 5 U.S. Cities

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As Covid-19 vaccinations have picked up and more businesses reopen across the country, Easter weekend saw a resurgence of tourist activity in some cities,...

As U.S. Prospects Brighten, Fed’s Powell Sees Risk in Global Vaccination Pace

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Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, stressed on Thursday that even as economic prospects look brighter in the United States, getting the world...

Music Venues’ Quest for Billions in Federal Aid Is Halted by Glitch

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As the government prepared on Thursday to start taking applications for a $16 billion relief fund for music clubs, theaters and other live event...

José Andrés Will Open Two Restaurants in NoMad

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José Andrés, the Spanish-born chef and restaurateur known for organizing epic feeding initiatives when disaster strikes, was late in the game to establish a...

Revolut Will Allow Employees to Work Abroad for 2 Months a Year

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Before the pandemic, companies used to lure top talent with lavish perks like subsidized massages, Pilates classes and free gourmet meals. Now, the hottest...

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....

Tesla complains that German bureaucracy may delay its new plant.

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A year after starting construction on its first European auto assembly plant on the outskirts of Berlin, Tesla is complaining that German regulations are...