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Sunday, May 29, 2016

New York Times Business

Letters: Self-Made or Just Lucky?

Yesterday
Readers respond to “Successful? You’ve Already Won the Lottery” (May 22).

Letters: Brexit and Britain’s Economy

Yesterday
Readers respond to “The Feel-Good Vote That Could Sink Britain’s Economy” (May 22).

One of the World’s Greatest Art Collections Hides Behind This Fence

Yesterday
The superrich have stashed millions of works in tax-free storage. So what does that mean for the art? by GRAHAM BOWLEY and DOREEN CARVAJAL

Vocations: As a Special Effects Expert, He Blows Things Up Carefully

Yesterday
When a television show calls for a car, or anything else, to blow up, Mike Myers finds the best and least dangerous way to make it happen. by As told to PATRICIA R. OLSEN

Inside Wealth: A Worrisome Pileup of $100 Million Homes

Yesterday
Nine-figure real estate listings rise even as sales of luxury real estate cool. Some see the “ultimate bubble signal” in hyperpriced homes. by ROBERT FRANK

Bits: Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Techies vs. the Media

Yesterday
Do tech venture capitalists really want to support a system in which moving fast results in company-ending lawsuits? by FARHAD MANJOO and MIKE ISAAC

A Challenge to Donald Trump’s Energy Claims: Economic Reality

2 days ago
Energy policy experts who followed Mr. Trump’s proposals said that while some hewed to G.O.P. orthodoxy, others appeared implausible and ill-considered. by CORAL DAVENPORT

Tech Companies Take Their Legislative Concerns to the States

2 days ago
As they create increasingly sophisticated voice and face recognition products, tech firms are lobbying state lawmakers to discourage restrictive laws. by CONOR DOUGHERTY

Silicon Valley Journal: Tech Titans Raise Their Guard, Pushing Back Against News Media

2 days ago
The leaders of Silicon Valley are becoming more cautious and elusive, even as their products make the world more transparent. by DAVID STREITFELD and MIKE ISAAC

Paper Points Up Flaws in Venture Fund Based on Virtual Money

2 days ago
A group of computer scientists has asked the Decentralized Autonomous Organization, or D.A.O., fund to hold off on investing until its vulnerabilities are addressed. by NATHANIEL POPPER

Biggest Hedge Fund Set to Get $22 Million From Connecticut

2 days ago
The commitment is part of a state effort to keep companies from leaving after a tax increase last year. by ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Chris Christie Approves Financial Rescue Plan for Atlantic City

2 days ago
The struggling seaside resort in New Jersey must meet several measures to avoid bankruptcy, or the state will take over, according to the legislation. by RICK ROJAS

Born in the VCR Era, Great Courses Seeks to Evolve

2 days ago
With a new streaming service aimed at broadening its customers base, the company says it can be ‘the Netflix of learning.’ by SARAH MAX

Behind Long Airport Lines, a Chain of T.S.A. Cuts, Missteps and Crises

2 days ago
With the Transportation Security Administration struggling with shrinking resources and low staff morale, an expert said that “a structural change is needed.” by PATRICK McGEEHAN and RON NIXON

Investigators Race to Find EgyptAir Jet’s Black Boxes

2 days ago
A French ship has joined the search to recover the downed aircraft’s voice and data recorders, which are likely to fall silent by the middle of June. by NICOLA CLARK

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