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Chipotle Is Fined $1.4 Million in Vast Child Labor Case

By David Yaffe-Bellany and Mihir Zaveri

Massachusetts said Chipotle let teenagers work too many hours per week and too late on school nights. The chain settled without admitting to the estimated 13,000 violations.

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How the Grammys and Deborah Dugan Went From Hello to War in 5 Months

By Ben Sisario and Joe Coscarelli

Accusations of harassment, favoritism and bullying have overshadowed Sunday’s show and pitted the Recording Academy against its suspended chief executive.

Grammys Chief Calls Her Removal Retaliation for Exposing β€˜Boys’ Club’

By Ben Sisario

Deborah Dugan, who was placed on leave, said that the Recording Academy’s lawyer sexually harassed her and that she had complained about financial and voting irregularities.

Border Officials Seek to Evict Defecating Vultures From Texas Radio Tower

By Mihir Zaveri

United States Customs and Border Protection, which operates the tower, wants to attach a net to deter the birds.

Loud Fitness Classes Take a Toll on Instructors’ Voices

By Alexandra E. Petri

Motivating clients to push themselves by shouting at high volume can compromise fitness instructors’ vocal health.

Loud Fitness Classes Take a Toll on Instructors’ Voices

By Alexandra E. Petri

Motivating clients to push themselves by shouting at high volume can compromise fitness instructors’ vocal health.

Weinstein Heads to Trial 2 Years After Claims Against Him Fueled #MeToo

By Megan Twohey, Jodi Kantor and Jan Ransom

The Hollywood producer faces sexual assault charges in a case that has already been fraught for both prosecutors and his legal team.

After Death From Falling Debris, Violations Found at 220 Buildings

By Azi Paybarah

The infractions, which can include dangling signs and cracks in walls, were considered so risky that the city said they must be fixed immediately.

At Nike, Employees March to Protest Support for Alberto Salazar

By Kevin Draper and Julie Creswell

Some employees wanted Nike to remove Salazar’s name from a building, just as it had for those honoring Joe Paterno and Lance Armstrong.

Working at Equinox: β€˜It’s Very Hunger Games’

By David Yaffe-Bellany

Working for the high-end gym chain seems glamorous, but for many trainers the schedule is unforgiving, the pay low and the turnover high.

Working at Equinox: β€˜It’s Very Hunger Games’

By David Yaffe-Bellany

Working for the high-end gym chain seems glamorous, but for many trainers the schedule is unforgiving, the pay low and the turnover high.

How Huawei Lost the Heart of the Chinese Public

By Li Yuan

When an executive wrote about her house arrest in Canada, an outcry about a former employee’s treatment arose on social media.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

Google Fires 4 Workers Active in Labor Organizing

By Kate Conger and Daisuke Wakabayashi

A company memo said they had been dismissed “for clear and repeated violations of our data security policies.”

Google Hires Firm Known for Anti-Union Efforts

By Noam Scheiber and Daisuke Wakabayashi

After nearly two years of unrest, the company appears to be cracking down on employee activism.

In the Amazon, Fires Steal Breath, but Smoke Smells of Money

By Clifford Krauss

The thousands of fires set to clear land for cattle in Brazil’s rainforest are widely seen as an environmental disaster. Local ranch hands have more conflicted feelings.

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