Biden Doubled Mask Fines for Travelers. What Does it Mean for Passengers?

Since February, when the T.S.A. first announced that everyone — except children under 2 and people…

Why Federal Research Bolsters the Case for Coronavirus Vaccine Mandates

Just a day after President Biden issued broad mandates aimed at encouraging American workers to get…

Bank of America Revamps Leadership, but C.E.O. Plans to Stick Around

Bank of America made sweeping changes to the company’s leadership Friday that elevated several executives, including…

Food Delivery Apps Sue NY Over Fee Limits

The three largest food delivery platforms have filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn New York City’s…

The S&P 500 drops for a fifth day, its worst stretch since February.

U.S. stocks fell for a fifth straight day on Friday, with the S&P 500 ending the…

Harvard Says It Will Not Invest in Fossil Fuels

Harvard University has announced that it “does not intend” to make any future investments in fossil…

You’re Not the Mean Lady at Work

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and…

Mattel dusts off He-Man, with a nod to diversity.

When Mattel introduced the brawny superhero He-Man in 1982, he was an instant hit. Four years…

Michel Laclotte, Who ‘Created the Modern Louvre,’ Dies at 91

Michel Laclotte, who as director of the Louvre oversaw much of its historic renovations, and who…

Toyota to cut production 40% in October because of the chip shortage.

Toyota Motor said on Friday that it will make about 40 percent fewer cars and trucks…