The Winter Show, Postponed Because of Covid Surg, Sets April Dates

The Winter Show’s 68th edition will run from April 1 through April 10 inside the former flagship location of Barneys New York at 660 Madison Avenue, the art fair’s organizers announced Friday. The fair, which benefits the East Side House Settlement, a nonprofit organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan, had been postponed in December … Read more

Hack of News Corp email account is linked to China

News Corp, the news publishing empire owned by Rupert Murdoch, was the target of a cyber attack that hacked into the email accounts of reporters and others within the company, in a breach that a digital security company said it was meant to help China. The hack was disclosed Friday in a securities warehouse. The … Read more

Thousands of students losing scholarships, study achievements

Hundreds of thousands of students are missing out on free college aid because they’re not filling out an annoying federal form known as Fafsa, a new analysis finds. About 1.7 million high school graduates did not apply for free federal student aid in the 2020-21 school year. And just under half of them – an … Read more

Rising Homeowners’ Insurance Premiums Are Squeezing Retirees

“Building materials themselves are lending them to more catastrophic losses,” said Jared Carillo, director of foundation accounts at SmithBrothers, an insurance brokerage in Connecticut. Materials used in construction today include more synthetics that burn faster and hotter, such as particleboard, spray foam and wire insulation, he said. Open floor plans are another culprit, Mr. Carillo … Read more

The Markets Swing on Meta and, Perhaps Now, Jobs

Ups and downs Last week, markets swung wildly on economic news, as investors tried to interpret signals from the Fed about inflation and interest rates. This week, corporate earnings took the spotlight, and things looked steadier – for a while. Volatility is back, in a big way. Meta dragged down the market yesterday following an … Read more

Amazon Warehouse in Alabama will begin its second union election

During the first trade union elections at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., Earlier last year, organizers largely avoided visiting workers at home because Covid was raging and few Americans had been vaccinated. The retail, wholesale and department store union felt the precaution was prudent even though it made it more difficult to persuade workers … Read more

Pandemic Era Tests May Speed ​​Hepatitis-C Detection

“Once somebody manages to make it in the door at our place, that’s a major accomplishment,” Dr. Grande said. For many patients, navigating a complex pathway to treatment, entailing multiple return visits over a period of weeks or months, can prove insurmountable. “It’s just a big barrier.” Updated Feb. 4, 2022, 3:32 am ET Automated … Read more

American Behind Carlos Ghosn Escape Is Ailing in Japanese Prison, Lawyers Say

After fleeing criminal charges in Tokyo two years ago, the former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn waged a public campaign attacking the Japanese justice system, arguing that conditions in the country’s prisons were designed to “lead you to despair.” Now, Michael Taylor, the American who engineered Mr. Ghosn’s dramatic escape, is experiencing those harsh conditions for … Read more