Vegan fast-casual chain By Chloe has “terminated” ties with namesake chef and cookbook author Chloe Coscarelli after an arbitrator ruled this month in favor of former partner ESquared Hospitality concerning several issues.
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It’s time for college basketball to end its obsession with gigantic football stadiums.
North Carolina’s Luke Maye stepped back and hit a jumper from the left side with 0.3 seconds left to send North Carolina to its second consecutive Final Four.
Gonzaga, Oregon and South Carolina want to upend the college basketball establishment. Why not?
The U.S. is losing the battle to supply the kind of cutting-edge production machinery behind the new automated factory floor, from digital machine tools to complex packaging systems and robotic arms. The equipment increasingly has to be imported from Europe or Japan.
With an emphatic 83-59 victory over Xavier, Gonzaga cast aside almost two decades of near misses to reach the Final Four for the first time. Oregon, who upset top-seeded Kansas, will compete appear for the first time since 1939.
As rock ‘n’ roll loses its founding megastars—and sales juggernauts—the music industry faces pressure to revamp.
If the home-building industry had returned to the long-term average level of construction, it would have given a 1.8% boost to U.S. gross domestic product, according to a new study.
A friendly rivalry with rackets fuels regular competition between a brother and sister in Washington, D.C.
The coach with arguably nothing to worry about in the NCAA tournament actually worries a lot about one thing: fouls
Michael Jordan never scored 70 points in one game. LeBron James has never done it. Stephen Curry has never come close to doing it. Devin Booker did it on Friday, scoring 70 against the Boston Celtics.
Kentucky, Florida and South Carolina advanced to the Elite Eight, playing a physical style that mimics their football counterparts in the SEC.
A leaping 3-pointer shocks Wisconsin and sends the Gators to a showdown with South Carolina in the Elite Eight.
Recovering from a hole they dug for themselves in November, the U.S. men’s soccer team beat Honduras, 6-0, to move into fourth place in the six-team qualifying tournament for next year’s World Cup.
A federal appeals court panel on Friday asked tough questions of health insurer Anthem, which is attempting to salvage its proposed $48 billion acquisition of Cigna after a trial judge blocked the combination as anticompetitive.
From its burgeoning creative scene to a retro theme park, Oakland is northern California’s newest (and oldest) boomtown. Five ways to experience the city’s unique charms.
Beijing, which has a monopoly on breeding the rare bears, strategically lends them abroad as a soft-power tool to promote warm feelings for the Middle Kingdom—and sometimes dangles them to gain leverage; ‘I think they just played us.’
Citing a desire for larger digs, the MSNBC host is putting her Georgetown condo on the market for $985,000.
Once British Prime Minister Theresa May sets the clock ticking next Wednesday on two years of Brexit negotiations, it will be London’s turn to sit and wait for the European Union to formulate its response, Laurence Norman writes.
As distilleries crank out exotic new spirits, the Litvins, a family of seven orthodox rabbis based in Louisville, have taken it upon themselves to try to keep bourbon kosher; insects? definitely not.
Cozy (and quirky) cotton blankets from contemporary illustrators and balcony-worthy planters by a fine-arts ceramist
On Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a designer invests a previously unremarkable apartment with quiet panache.
Marco Giannoni runs one of the last marble studios in Italy to employ hand carving. But the pieces he’s helping artist Kevin Francis Gray realize are anything but traditional.
U.S. men’s soccer head coach Bruce Arena isn’t part of the global soccer elite, but believes that knowledge of the game can be learned, rather than lived
Lauri Markkanen, expected to be a top NBA draft pick, is the beginning of a growing pipeline of promising Finnish players
The polarizing Kentucky basketball coach is constantly in campaign mode—shaking hands, kissing babies and holding court at Dunkin’ Donuts.
A writer explores her ardor for Wallabees, the gum-soled shoes that famous guys like director Wes Anderson love—and most fashionable women shun
Chrysler’s Pacifica Hybrid, the industry’s first plug-in hybrid electric minivan, drives like a Tesla (sort of) and can cost less than its gas-powered twin.
IPG has named Arun Kumar data and marketing technology chief for its media agency network as it moves to create a more central data strategy.
Lighter components, motion monitors and other technological advances in elevators ensure a faster trip to greater heights with a smoother ride. What’s next? Elevator cars that move sideways.