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Uber Is Said to File for an I.P.O. as It Races Lyft to a Public Debut

By MIKE ISAAC, KATE CONGER and ERIN GRIFFITH

The offering, which is expected to be one of the biggest ever, puts the ride-hailing service neck and neck with its rival Lyft in a race to the public markets.

She Ran Away From Foster Care. She Ended Up in Handcuffs and Leg Irons.

By ALI WATKINS

It is not a crime to run away from foster care. But in Family Court hearings each week, the city is getting arrest warrants for children who do.

The New Normal: It’s a Buyer’s Market

By STEFANOS CHEN

With the luxury real estate market in a funk and the rest of the market weakening, what works now? Price cuts, sweeteners and pop-up yoga classes.

With the Economy Uncertain, Tech β€˜Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

By ERIN GRIFFITH and MIKE ISAAC

Faced with a choppy stock market and fears of an economic downturn, Uber and Lyft are moving toward the public markets as other private tech companies also get ready.

With the Economy Uncertain, Tech β€˜Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

By ERIN GRIFFITH and MIKE ISAAC

Faced with a choppy stock market and fears of an economic downturn, Uber and Lyft are moving toward the public markets as other private tech companies also get ready.

The Ticking Time Bomb Under Obamacare

By ABBE R. GLUCK and ERICA TURRET

The threat from President Trump and Republicans to take health care away — including a pending case that would strike down a large part of the law — has hit alarming levels.

Lyft, Racing Uber Toward I.P.O., Takes a Crucial Step

By KATE CONGER

The ride-hailing company said it had confidentially filed a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Lyft, Racing Uber Toward I.P.O., Takes a Crucial Step

By KATE CONGER

The ride-hailing company said it had confidentially filed a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

France and Germany backtrack on digital tax scope

By Samuel Stolton

France and Germany presented on Tuesday (4 December) revised plans for the EU's proposed digital tax reforms under which large firms would pay a levy only on advertising sales and not on total revenues, representing a significant reduction of the Commission's original scope.

Bad Landlord? These Coders Are Here to Help

By LUIS FERRΓ‰-SADURNÍ

Coders are creating apps and databases to help tenants find information about buildings and landlords, and even navigate housing court.

Intercepts Solidify C.I.A. Assessment That Saudi Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing

By JULIAN E. BARNES and ERIC SCHMITT

The C.I.A. has evidence that Mohammed bin Salman communicated with a key aide around the time that a team believed to have been under the aide’s command assassinated Jamal Khashoggi.

Why Are Taxi Drivers in New York Killing Themselves?

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

Three taxi owners and five other professional drivers have died by suicide over the last year. It has prompted a flurry of legislation to improve working conditions for drivers.

Sunday Routine: How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays

By TAMMY La GORCE

The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.

Meet the Man Tasked With Expanding Uber’s Business in New York, With a Smile

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

Sarfraz Maredia is the public face of a kinder Uber. But New York’s cap on new vehicles could make it difficult for the app to keep growing.

Trump Administration Peppers Inboxes With Plugs for Private Medicare Plans

By ROBERT PEAR

The administration tells older Americans to “check out Medicare Advantage,” but denies favoring the private plans over the original government-run Medicare program.

ISIS Official Known for Caging Foes Is Captured by Iraq

By FALIH HASSAN and ALISSA J. RUBIN

The captured operative was a midlevel official best known for having paraded captured Kurdish soldiers in cages.

Germany: Critical cyberattacks target government and military networks

By Samuel Stolton

German security services have revealed that critical national infrastructures such as government and military networks have been the target of a series of cyberattacks in November, raising broader concerns about their overall resilience.

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