As businesses scramble to navigate the new tax law, they are recruiting the people who wrote it to help look for loopholes. More than a dozen people have moved on.
Mr. Sorrell, who reigned at the advertising conglomerate for more than three decades before being pushed out, has created a new company and is bidding against WPP for a Dutch marketing firm.
Among the items for sale on the site were Nazi-themed action figures and onesies for babies stamped with alt-right images, the report said.
Banks will start reporting earnings from the second quarter, and data on prices of consumer goods will probably show that inflation picked up in June.
The billionaire whose companies make electric cars and rockets has mused on ways to save 12 boys and their soccer coach from the flooded depths of the cave.
The vegetable trays associated with the cyclosporiasis outbreak contain broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and dill dip. The company issued a recall last month.
Payroll records for more than 14,000 facilities show that the number of nurses and aides at work dips far below average some days and consistently sinks on weekends.
The sheer volume of fake Facebook and Instagram accounts that pose as celebrities is bringing real-life headaches to those public figures, including Oprah Winfrey.
As head of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Mr. Paige fought to save black farmers’ land and win compensation to redress government discrimination.
Leandra English, who sued President Trump, will leave the C.F.P.B. and drop her lawsuit now that a permanent director has been nominated.