Here’s what we know about the deals that gave makers of phones and other devices access to Facebook data on users and their friends.
The commitment comes as the German carmaker copes with the mounting toll of an emissions-cheating scandal while moving to repair its reputation.
Financial prosecutors are looking into whether Alexis Kohler, a close adviser to the French president, breached conflict-of-interest rules in previous positions.
Prime Minister Hani Mulki resigned after days of nationwide protests over tax and price increases, but there was no sign the unpopular policies would be dropped.
The acquisition of the software development company is meant to help Microsoft gain ground in the area of so-called cloud computing.
A few years ago, Cheerios was the subject of racist vitriol online after showing a multiracial family in an ad. Now more companies are showing these relationships as a way of signifying their values.
Chinese officials refused to commit to buying more American goods without a Trump administration agreement not to impose further tariffs on Chinese exports.
Facing a crisis of affordability, officials are trying to reduce real estate demand through a package of tax measures, some aimed at foreign buyers.
The three women named in the suit are seeking class-action status to sue on behalf of all women to whom Mr. Weinstein made unwanted sexual advances over the years.
A small but growing number of people are cobbling together what they need to get a substantial down payment by asking an outside investor to put down part of the money.