France penalized the company for not properly disclosing to users how data is collected across its services to present personalized advertising. Movement Research brings its often private, investigative work into a very public forum the atrium at the Museum of Modern Art. The scandal-plagued bank could go a long way to help federal employees who arent being paid during the shutdown. Why hasnt it done more? Two documentaries try to unpack a spectacular scheme by Billy McFarland, now in prison, who used social media to sell a music festival in the Bahamas. Families with great wealth or businesses are using their histories to help their heirs guide their enterprises or at least appreciate how hard earlier generations worked to acquire their money. Its been a month since the first day of the government shutdown, but on Tuesday, Senate leaders reached a bipartisan deal that could reopen the government for a few weeks. The victory over the Chiefs means Tom Brady and Co. will be playing for the title for the ninth time in the last two decades. Something in the new Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris was not what it seemed. Several of the University of North Carolinas former stars signed a letter opposing a new history center for the toppled statue. The board of governors then scrapped the plan. How do we get the world’s largest economies on the same page moving forward with regulation? CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers outlines some of the progress and challenges the U.S. has had and Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer touts Canada as a template for a great country in which to do business in. ATT, one of the biggest advertisers in the U.S., had balked because offensive content too often accompanied its ads. Now it says YouTube has addressed the issue.