Viktor Bryukhanov, Blamed for the Chernobyl Disaster, Dies at 85
In charge of the plant in Ukraine, he was held responsible for the world’s worst nuclear-power disaster and imprisoned.
B.J. Novak’s Face Is on Products Worldwide. He’s Not Sure Why.
An image of the actor appears on an eclectic mix of products from China to Uruguay. “I am too amused to do anything about it,” he said on Instagram.
Wonders, and Horrors, Drawn From Boyhood in a War Zone
Petrit Halilaj became one of Kosovo’s most acclaimed artists with work that reflects on his country’s past. Now, he’s getting personal.
He Won the Nobel. Why Are His Books So Hard to Find?
After Abdulrazak Gurnah was awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature, he instantly gained a wider international audience, something publishers are now scrambling to accommodate.
Pastries and Persuasion: How a Global Tax Deal Got Done
Over Zoom calls from basements and a breakfast in Brussels, faltering negotiations to remake the world’s tax architecture were revived.
Frédéric Arnault: The Newest Power Player in Luxury’s First Family
Frédéric Arnault is making big moves as chief executive of TAG Heuer. Just don’t mention the show “Succession.”
Queen Elizabeth Will Skip Climate Summit in Glasgow
The 95-year-old queen, after 70 years on the throne, is the oldest and longest-serving monarch in British history.
Kampen mot sexuellt våld gav henne hedersutmärkelse
Cecilia Bödker Pedersen och Martin Hultman blir årets alumner 2021. De fick sina diplom på fredagen när ceremonin för första gången hölls i Norrköping.