Former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz this week suspended his work on Saudi Arabia’s new futuristic city, Neom, citing “deep concerns” over Mr. Khashoggi. Dan Doctoroff, the founder of Sidewalk Labs, Alphabet Inc.’s urban innovation company, also said he wouldn’t work on Neom, shortly after a Saudi government announcement that he would be on its board. Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has promised to open up the kingdom to foreign investment as part of his plans to overhaul the economy. Photo: amir levy/Reuters Neelie Kroes, another Neom board member and a former vice president of the European Commission, in an email Thursday said she, too, would suspend her role in the project “until more is known” on the journalist’s fate. A spokeswoman for the New York Times said Thursday that the paper would no longer be a media sponsor for the kingdom’s premier business conference, the Future […]