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Blackstone Will Ditch Partnership Structure to Draw More Investors  It is the latest major investment firm to convert to a standard corporation since tax code changes made such a move more enticing.
Rapper Kodak Black Arrested at Border in Upstate New York  The rapper was charged with possessing a gun and marijuana while crossing from Canada into the United States near Niagara Falls, the police say.
The Secrets of a Sacred Underground  A candlelight catacombs tour of the crypt at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Manhattan reveals the church’s history, including its famous tenants.
Pinterest Shares Jump 25 Percent on First Day of Trading  Public market investors warmed to Pinterest during its pitches ahead of its market debut.
DealBook Briefing: Business Heads Back to Saudi Arabia  Six months on from the Jamal Khashoggi tragedy, the international business community is revving up its work with the Arab kingdom.
Fiction: A Flamboyant Talk Show Host Finds Himself Embroiled in Controversy  Jennifer duBois’s satirical novel “The Spectators” charts the past and present woes of a confrontational TV star who may have inspired a mass shooting.
Nonfiction: A Meditation on Our Relationship to the Landscapes We Inhabit  In “The Absent Hand,” Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban sprawl that...
By the Book: By the Book: Abby Wambach  The soccer star, whose new book is “Wolfpack,” began the sport because of a how-to guide from the library. “I scored 27 goals in my first three games. I guess I do owe it all to books.”
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Catches Himself Putting All His Eggs in the Mueller Report Basket  Colbert joked sarcastically that the Mueller report would “undoubtedly blow the lid off of Donald Trump’s corruption.”
Pinterest Prices I.P.O. at $19 a Share, for a $12.7 Billion Valuation  The shares will begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol PINS.
Before New York Auto Show, Cars Take Their Own Star Turns  To stand out in this crowd, automakers have created satellite events before the official reveals for the press at the Javits Convention Center.
Hollywood Writers File Suit, Escalating Their Fight With Talent Agents  The unions for film and television scribes say the top four agencies are violating the law.
JPMorgan Shuffles Executive Ranks, Promoting Two Women  JPMorgan gave more responsibilities to Marianne Lake and Jennifer Piepszak, making both top contenders to eventually succeed its chief executive, Jamie Dimon.
Wisconsin Governor, Doubtful of Foxconn Jobs, Wants to Revisit Deal  Tony Evers, citing an “unreal expectation” of job creation, wants to renegotiate a deal with the Taiwanese electronic giant to build a $10 billion plant.
Claude Lalanne, Whimsical French Sculptor, Is Dead at 93  Her works, like a metal cabbage with chicken legs, weren’t taken seriously at first but now command lofty prices.
Prescribed Reading: What You Should Read to Understand the Measles Epidemic  In her Prescribed Reading column, Abigail Zuger looks at books exploring the immune system and the tumultuous history of vaccination.
Overlooked No More: Aloha Wanderwell, Explorer and Filmmaker  By 16, she was traveling around the world behind the wheel of a Model T. Her life of adventure was only briefly interrupted by a murder mystery.
Sketch Guy: A Journey of 1,000 Miles Begins With the Current Step, Not the Next One  In business, in a relationship or in any big project, you have to focus here before you focus there.
Treasury Seeks to Boost Start-Ups in Opportunity Zones  Proposed regulations, released Wednesday, give more detail on the types of investments that would qualify for a new tax break meant to help struggling areas.
India Halts Downloads of TikTok Video App, Citing Harm to Children  TikTok is popular with children and young adults worldwide, but regulators are scrutinizing it, citing concerns about misuse and privacy.
F.C.C. Chair Plans to Block China Mobile From U.S. Market  China Mobile, one of the world’s largest cellular providers, applied for a license to connect calls between the U.S. and other nations in 2011.
Monica Crowley, a Fox News Fixture, Is Said to Get a Top Treasury Job  The choice of Ms. Crowley for the Treasury’s top communications role comes about two years after she withdrew as a candidate for other administration jobs...
He Built, Then Nearly Broke, a Successful Beauty Start-Up. Can It Go on Without Him?  Brandon Truaxe, the creator of Deciem, died in January after a tumultuous 2018. The company is still recovering.
Daniel Kramer Quits at English National Opera  The company’s artistic director resigned, just two weeks after he announced his second season.
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