Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson is a highly accomplished business expert known for her profound understanding of the corporate world and the intricacies of entrepreneurship. She embarked on her journey with New York Business Times in 2017 as a business correspondent and has since carved out a distinguished career in the field.
86 Articles

Daniel C. Lynch, founder of major computer exhibition, dies at 82

Daniel C. Lynch, a computer network engineer whose demonstrations on networking devices helped accelerate the commercialization of the Internet in

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How Trump’s Justice Department derailed an investigation of a major company

Unraveling the Caterpillar Tax Probe: Legal Drama and Political Influence

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IRS Taxpayer Experience Officer Says Open Your Mail Early

Unless you make a lot of money, the Internal Revenue Service is in a charm offensive position. After a multiyear

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In 2024, elections and propaganda are colliding like never before

Billions of people will vote in major elections this year – by some estimates, nearly half the global population –

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Harvard’s Leadership Crisis: When ‘current issues’ and campus politics collide

In the midst of festive celebrations, Harvard University's President, Claudine Gay, found herself at the center of a heated controversy,

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Hot New Market in Crypto? Carcass of trading ftx.

Inside the Trading Frenzy: FTX Cryptocurrency Exchange Claims Market Surges Amid Bankruptcy, Investors Bet on Recovery

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US fines Southwest Airlines $140 million for holiday meltdown

Clearing the Skies: Southwest Airlines Faces Record Fine for Winter Disruptions as U.S. Transportation Department Signals Accountability Shift

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West Hollywood minimum wage, highest in America, traders upset

Navigating New Heights: West Hollywood's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Concerns Among Local Businesses

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California drops Activision harassment lawsuit in $54 million settlement

The $54 million settlement between Activision Blizzard and the California Department of Civil Rights brings an end to a prolonged

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Pro-China YouTube network used AI to defame US, report finds

Beyond YouTube videos, a clandestine war fueled by AI is reshaping global perceptions. Delve into the tactics, narratives, and synthetic

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Federal regulators want to force Starbucks to reopen 23 stores

Beyond the Gridiron: Unveiling the charming story of Ben Herbstreit, the furry sensation of College GameDay. From sideline strolls to

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Maria Emilia Martin, creator of public radio’s ‘Latino USA’, dies at 72

Remembering Maria Emilia Martin: A trailblazer, mentor, and visionary in the world of journalism. Explore her journey from social work

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QR codes can hide misleading links from identity thieves, FTC warns

Navigate the digital landscape with caution as QR code scams surge. Learn how scammers employ deceptive tactics, stay updated on

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Ateez is the fourth K-pop group with a No. 1 album in 2023

From Ateez's historic Billboard 200 triumph to Brenda Lee's festive classic longevity, delve into the latest music chart sensations shaping

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Lawmakers call for raising tariffs and breaking economic ties with China

Dive into the bipartisan recommendations reshaping U.S.-China economic ties. Discover the strategic reset proposed by the House Select Committee on

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