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French Strike Aims to Save an Envied, but Convoluted, Approach to Pensions

By Liz Alderman

In France, train drivers can retire at 52, public utility workers at 57 and ballet dancers at 42. President Macron calls the tangle outdated and unsustainable. A million French protesters disagree.

Last Tax Season Was a Mess. Now’s Time to Prepare for This One.

By Tara Siegel Bernard

If you didn’t change the tax withholding in your paycheck, you still have time to avoid another unpleasant surprise — or even a fine.

How a Preacher’s Grandson From Rural Georgia Grew Up to Lead Cisco

By David Gelles

As the head of a $185 billion technology company, Chuck Robbins says, “We have to run a good business, but there’s more to it.”

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U.S. Added 266,000 Jobs in November. Here’s the Bottom Line.

By Patricia Cohen

The Labor Department’s report was much stronger than the one last month, helped by the end of a General Motors strike.

How a Strong Job Market Has Proved the Experts Wrong

By Neil Irwin

Conventional wisdom seems to have been too pessimistic about how much the economy could grow before setting off inflation. In hindsight, a costly mistake.

November Jobs Report Shows Gain of 266,000; Unemployment at 3.5%

By Patricia Cohen

The Labor Department’s report was much stronger than the one last month, helped in part by the end of a General Motors strike.

Can a Coal Town Reinvent Itself?

By Eduardo Porter

A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying for years. Hope is running thin.

Can a Coal Town Reinvent Itself?

By Eduardo Porter

A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying for years. Hope is running thin.

The Chinese Roots of Italy’s Far-Right Rage

By Peter S. Goodman and Emma Bubola

The country’s new politics are often attributed to anger over migrants. But the story begins decades ago, when China first targeted small textile towns.

G.M. Venture to Create Ohio Battery Plant and 1,100 Jobs

By The New York Times

A deal with LG Chem of South Korea will further the automaker’s plans for electric vehicles and fulfill a pledge made after its Lordstown plant was idled.

How a Preacher’s Grandson From Rural Georgia Grew Up to Lead Cisco

By David Gelles

As the head of a $185 billion technology company, Chuck Robbins says, “We have to run a good business, but there’s more to it.”

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.

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.

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