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After Karl Lagerfeld, What’s Next for Chanel and Fendi?

By ELIZABETH PATON and VANESSA FRIEDMAN

The designer dominated the creative side of two of fashion’s best-known names for decades. Now they must confront a post-Lagerfeld future at a time of heightened flux in the global luxury market.

Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence’s Chief of Staff

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and ANNIE KARNI

Mr. Short, who was President Trump’s legislative affairs director for about two years, is taking the job vacated by Nick Ayers.

Times Insider: How We’ve Reported on the Secrets and Power of McKinsey & Company

By WALT BOGDANICH and MICHAEL FORSYTHE

The world’s most influential consultancy never discloses its clients or the advice it gives. We set out to find out for ourselves.

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Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador

By ANNIE KARNI and MAGGIE HABERMAN

The former “Fox & Friends” host withdrew from consideration because she had a nanny without a proper work visa, according to people familiar with the process.

Pelicans Fire General Manager Dell Demps Amid Anthony Davis Trade Drama

By MARC STEIN

Demps had been under a fiery spotlight since Davis requested a trade in January. His standing only grew worse in recent weeks as Davis stayed put.

Senate Confirms William Barr as Attorney General

By KATIE BENNER and NICHOLAS FANDOS

He will take over a department that has been roiled by the Trump presidency and will face many challenges, including how to handle the end of the special counsel’s investigation.

Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years

By MICHAEL TACKETT

Mr. Long was praised for the agency’s handling of Hurricane Harvey, but criticism over its Hurricane Maria response and his reported misuse of government vehicles shadowed him.

Lincoln Center Finds Its Next President at the 92nd Street Y

By MICHAEL COOPER

Henry Timms, who helped create #GivingTuesday, will become the leader of a center buffeted by management churn in recent years.

Trump Nominates David Malpass to Head World Bank

By ALAN RAPPEPORT and BINYAMIN APPELBAUM

Mr. Malpass, a Treasury official, has criticized the World Bank’s lending practices and business model. His appointment may be controversial over concerns that the role is being politicized.

De Blasio’s Unexpected Pick to Run Nycha: His Sanitation Chief

By LUIS FERRΓ‰-SADURNÍ

Kathryn Garcia, the city’s sanitation commissioner, was named interim chairwoman of the troubled public housing authority as Stanley Brezenoff departs.

Chief of Apple Stores Is Leaving After 5 Years in the Job

By JACK NICAS

Angela Ahrendts, hired after leading Burberry to global prominence, was among Apple’s highest-paid executives.

Chief of Apple Stores Is Leaving After 5 Years in the Job

By JACK NICAS

Angela Ahrendts, hired after leading Burberry to global prominence, was among Apple’s highest-paid executives.

Snap Stems the Flood of Users Leaving Its App

By KATE CONGER

The social media company, which makes the Snapchat ephemeral messaging app, said on Tuesday that the flood of users who were leaving its platform had subsided.

Trump to Nominate David Malpass to Lead the World Bank

By PETER BAKER

President Trump will unveil his choice of Mr. Malpass, the under secretary of the Treasury for international affairs, on Wednesday, administration officials said.

Chip Giant Intel Picks Interim Leader as Permanent C.E.O. After Long Search

By DON CLARK

Robert Swan takes the helm at a time when the Silicon Valley company is financially strong but facing questions about its future.

Chip Giant Intel Picks Interim Leader as Permanent C.E.O. After Long Search

By DON CLARK

Robert Swan takes the helm at a time when the Silicon Valley company is financially strong but facing questions about its future.

Sandy Alderson Is Returning to the Oakland Athletics

By JAMES WAGNER

Alderson, who left his post as the Mets’ general manager last summer because of a cancer recurrence, will go back to the first franchise he ran.

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