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Artist Martin Puryear Chosen for U.S. Pavilion at Venice Biennale  The selection marks the second time in a row that an African-American artist will represent the United States.
A Tesla Take-Private Bid Would Be More of the Same for Silver Lake. Sort of.  The private equity firm is informally advising Elon Musk on his push to remove the automaker from public markets. It’s been here before, with Dell.
The Getaway: In the Hospitality Game, New Players With Familiar Names  More companies are getting into the hotel business, from home furnishing retailers to fitness clubs and film companies.
Should Coffee Come With Cancer Warnings? California Says No  Amid concerns that consumers are being “overwarned,” a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee must come with a cancer notice.
Fiction: Two New Novels Expose the Fracturing of the American Nuclear Family, From Midcentury to Today  Cherise Wolas’s “The Family Tabor” and Rick Gekoski’s “A Long Island Story” both witness the unraveling of prominent Jewish ...
Twitter Suspends Alex Jones for Seven Days Over Tweet  Twitter said a tweet by Mr. Jones violated its rules against inciting violence. The move was Twitter’s harshest against Mr. Jones after other tech companies banned him last ...
French Labor Overhaul Led by Unusual Figure: A Business Executive  Muriel Pénicaud has one of the toughest jobs around: overseeing a revamp of France’s voluminous labor code.
How a Fake Group on Facebook Created Real Protests  The Black Elevation page held rallies, posted videos and encouraged the fight against racism. Whoever ran it even interviewed a job applicant.
Tesla Directors Do Damage Control After Elon Musk Tweets  Tesla’s board of directors has hired multiple outside law firms, and a number of board members and Tesla employees have urged Mr. Musk to stop posting on Twitter.
Why Is MoviePass Losing So Much Money?  Although the subscription-based movie ticket service has three million customers, questions have been raised about the company’s viability. The New York Times’s Hollywood reporter, Brooks ...
Square Feet: Need a Quick Inspection of a 58-Story Tower? Send a Drone  With their low cost and ease of handling, drones are saving money and time on big construction projects. They could also save lives.
The Shortlist: Eats of Eden  Sink your teeth into three tasty new food memoirs — Rick Bragg’s “The Best Cook in the World,” Edward Lee’s “Buttermilk Graffiti” and Lidia Bastianich’s “My American Dream.”
Who Should Run City Ballet? A Job Posting, Explained.  New York City Ballet wants an artistic director, not another ballet master in chief. And a humane leader, too.
Turkish President Calls for Boycott of U.S. Electronics Including the iPhone  The remarks by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan come as the country grapples with a worsening economic crisis and a widening diplomatic dispute with...
Review: The Profound Eloquence of Odissi Dance  Watching Arushi Mudgal’s program, our critic began to feel that no other dance forms match the classical ones of India.
Show Us Your Wall: African Photos Are the Backbone of a Living Room Gallery  Stephanie Baptist, a photography agent, left New York to study abroad and came back with the seeds of a global dialogue on art.
A Chocolate Camp for Pastry Chefs  In a Las Vegas strip mall, a master chocolatier is teaching cooks from all over the world how to create the perfect bonbon.
JT Leroy Film With Laura Dern and Kristen Stewart to Close Toronto Film Fest  The festival also announced a period drama with Chris Pine as its opening night film.
New Uber Chief Security Officer Has N.S.A. Past  Matt Olsen, the former general council of the National Security Agency, will replace Joe Sullivan, who was fired after the disclosure of a data breach.
DealBook Briefing: Elon Musk Has Answers. We Still Have Questions.  Tesla’s C.E.O. revealed more details about his plan to take the company private. They do little to clear up confusion surrounding the potential deal.
In New Zealand, Soaring Prices Drive a Black Market in Avocados  The fruit’s popularity is rising, but harvests have been bad. So thieves are plundering orchards (some more professionally than others).
Nonfiction: On the Ground in Afghanistan and Iraq  C.J. Chivers’s “The Fighters” provides gut-wrenching descriptions of the battles in the Middle East
Velvet Underground Exhibition Will Come to New York in October  The show tracking the legacy of the influential band will include photographs and memorabilia as well as a concert series.
Foxconn Is Feeling the Sag in Smartphone Sales. Apple? Not So Much.  The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer has recorded two straight quarters of declining profits, as smartphone sales stagnate.
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