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  1. Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Bias Case Against Kleiner Perkins

    A jury rejected allegations of gender discrimination against the venture capital firm, after a hitch caused the judge to order further deliberations.

  2. Your Money: Tips for the Future Care of Disabled Family Members

    The new 529A savings account, special needs trusts and professional advice are among the tools that can make planning decades ahead less overwhelming.

  3. BlackBerry Reports $28 Million Profit in 4th Quarter

    The smartphone maker is in the midst of a major restructuring, limiting production of phones to avoid the financial drains of the past.

  4. State of the Art: Ellen Pao Disrupts How Silicon Valley Does Business

    While the verdict on Friday was a defeat for Ms. Pao, the trial has blown open a conversation about the status of women in an industry that has always been buttoned up about its shortcomings.

  5. Yellen Says Fed Will Increase Rates Slowly

    The return to normalcy in monetary policy will be prolonged, the Fed chairwoman said, because the American economy remains fragile.

  6. Women at Work: What Silicon Valley Learned From the Kleiner Perkins Case

    Despite the verdict, the tech industry is already rethinking its indifference to some modern workplace rules, including treatment of women like Ellen Pao.

  7. Modest Gain Helps the Market End a Four-Day Losing Streak

    Major indexes notched modest gains on Friday, but it wound up being the second-worst week for Wall Street so far this year.

  8. Vivendi Chairman’s Group Increases Stake in Company

    Vincent Bolloré, one of France’s richest men, raised his holding to 10.2 percent from 8.15 percent, possibly as a defensive move against asset sales.

  9. Economic View: How Idealism, Expressed in Concrete Steps, Can Fight Climate Change

    Where global warming conferences and protocols have largely failed, economics and personal choices might solve a seemingly intractable problem.

  10. Dutch Government to Delay Decision on I.P.O. of ABN Amro

    The delay comes after an outcry by lawmakers at a decision by the state-owned lender’s board to increase the salaries of several top managers in 2014.