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Oct 17, 2019

Interrogation Company Insists That ‘When They See Us' Got It Wrong
Ava DuVernay's Netflix series about the Central Park jogger case refers to harsh interrogation practices as the "Reid technique." Now the company behind that technique is suing for defamation.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Working to Benefit Society, Not Just Companies
Andrew Kassoy and the other two co-founders of B Lab are encouraging businesses to focus on more than just profits.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Signs of Discord as U.A.W. Locals Consider G.M. Deal
Union leaders are meeting in Detroit to discuss a tentative contract agreement that could end a monthlong strike. The closing of the Lordstown plant remains a sore point for workers.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Netflix's Top 10 Original Movies and TV Shows, According to Netflix
The streaming giant has been hush-hush about how many people watch its original content. Until now.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Chipotle Has a Plan to Pay Tuition. Will it Actually Help?
Turnover is high, unemployment low. So the chain is offering to pay full tuition costs for some business and technology programs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Investors Get Excited Over the Brexit Deal
The British pound surged this morning after Britain and the E.U. reached an agreement on Brexit. But there are still serious hurdles to overcome.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

When a Ferrari's in a Fender-Bender
Cars that were handcrafted nearly a century ago require a hard-to-find mix of skills to restore them to their former glory.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

These Apps Are an Uber Driver's Co-Pilot
Gridwise, Mystro and others help drivers predict where to get the best routes, and also manage the nitty-gritty for tax purposes.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

A Scotch Maker's Challenge: First Brexit. Now Tariffs.
The 25 percent U.S. tariffs to be imposed Friday trigger headaches for single malt distilleries, already struggling with Brexit.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

What Does It Cost to Open a Coffee Shop?
Get ready to buy eight cases of $12-per-gallon oat milk per week.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Wheels Up on More Flights to the African Continent
New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Is the G.M. Strike Over? 5 Key Questions, Answered
Before striking employees can return to work, officials of the union's G.M. locals will convene today to discuss the deal. Here's what to know.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

When a Mortgage Is Part of Your Retirement Plan
Eliminating debt is a great goal. But is it the best option for you?

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2019

Why Don't Rich People Just Stop Working?
Are the wealthy addicted to money, competition, or just feeling important? Yes.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Peter Navarro Invented an Expert for His Books, Based on Himself
President Trump's trade adviser frequently cited Ron Vara, a fictional source who was a critic of China, in his writings.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

This Is the Free Jumpsuit You'll Get With a $250,000 Ticket to Space
Virgin Galactic's space tourists will wear the outfits, which would look at home on the bridge of the starship Enterprise.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Drug Giants Close in on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases
The nation's three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial set to begin on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Under Scrutiny for Wealth, Powerful Boss of Mexico's Oil Workers Union Resigns
The resignation of Carlos Romero Deschamps, who is under investigation for his unexplained wealth, is an important step for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in his fight against corruption.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Drug Giants Pursuing $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases
The nation's three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial set to begin on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

8.3 Million Watched Ohio Democratic Debate on Television
Tuesday's event drew an audience significantly smaller than the one for last month's candidate forum in Houston.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Chipotle Expands Tuition Aid in Effort to Retain Workers
Turnover is high, unemployment low. So the chain is offering to pay full tuition costs for some business and technology programs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals
A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to repeal the law.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

‘Stranger Things' Helps Netflix Increase Subscribers
The streaming giant regained some footing after losing U.S. subscribers this year. But new rivals will make it tough for that growth to continue.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Sophia Kokosalaki, Who Gave London Fashion a Grecian Spin, Dies at 47
One of the leading Greek designers of her generation, she balanced a cutting-edge feminine look with ancient motifs and dressed thousands for the Athens Olympics.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Sutter Health to Settle Antitrust Lawsuit
The hospital group in California was accused of using its market dominance to demand higher prices for health care.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Overlooked No More: Lotte Reiniger, Animator Who Created Magic With Scissors and Paper
Even before Disney, Reiniger told fanciful stories in animated films with her hand-cut paper silhouettes.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Trump's China Deal Leaves the Global Economy as Uncertain as Ever
A trade truce with China has done little to reduce the uncertainty that threatens the global economy

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Europe's Margrethe Vestager Takes a Rare Step Toward Big Tech
The E.U.'s top antitrust regulator ordered Broadcom to halt specific practices while the bloc investigates possible anticompetitive activity.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Deal That Could End Strike
The accord, which needs ratification by a majority of the company's 49,000 union workers, could end a strike that has idled plants for a month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

What to Expect From Netflix Earnings
The streaming giant lost domestic subscribers for the first time earlier this year. But it doesn't expect to disappoint in the third quarter.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Tentative Contract Agreement
The accord, which needs ratification by a majority of the company's 49,000 union workers, could end a strike that has idled plants for a month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Shonda Rhimes, Star TV Producer, Signs a Podcast Deal
The prolific producer of "Grey's Anatomy" and other television hits takes her talent for narrative twists and turns to the realm of audio.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

U.A.W. Announces Tentative Contract Deal With G.M.
The accord, which needs ratification by a majority of the company's 49,000 union workers, could end a strike that has idled plants for a month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Europe's Margrethe Vestager Uses a Rarely Used Weapon to Take On Big Tech
Ms. Vestager, the E.U.'s antitrust regulator, ordered Broadcom to halt possible anticompetitive practices while an inquiry is underway, signaling a more aggressive approach.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Flannery O'Connor Documentary Wins New Award From Library of Congress
The filmmakers Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco will be awarded the first Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, which comes with a $200,000 finishing grant.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Virgin Galactic Unveils Jumpsuit for Space Tourists
The outfits, which would look at home on the bridge of the starship Enterprise, come with a ticket to space that costs as much as $250,000.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Health Care and Billionaires Took Center Stage at Last Night's Democratic Debate
Several candidates criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren's health care proposal and backed proposals to impose big taxes on the wealthy.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Health Care and Billionaires Took Center Stage at Last Night's Democratic Debate
Several candidates criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren's health care proposal and backed proposals to impose big taxes on the wealthy.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Japan Spent Mightily to Soften Nature's Wrath, but Can It Ever Be Enough?
After a typhoon's record-breaking rains breached dozens of levees, the country is wondering whether even the costliest systems can be future-proofed for the age of climate change.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

How Unpredictable Work Hours Turn Families Upside Down
Shifts added or subtracted at short notice play havoc with budgets and lives, and disproportionately hurt black and Hispanic women.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

PreCheck, Global Entry or Clear? How to Get Through Airport Lines Faster
Spend less time in line and more time, well, anywhere other than the airport, with these apps and government programs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2019

Huawei Reports Stronger Sales Growth
A recovery in quarterly revenue suggests that the Chinese tech giant is weathering the Trump administration's efforts to hobble it.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Barneys Bidding Starts, and It's a Bet on the Future of Shopping
Authentic Brands Group made an offer of $264 million for the chain, casting its lot with the power of brand names, not experiences.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch
After a "painful" earnings report, the advertising company Publicis trotted out what it knows about consumers in its "most important pitch of the year."

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Twitter Stands by Trump Amid Calls to Terminate His Account
Twitter said it would keep President Trump's account live, despite pressure from Democrats to delete it.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Beverly Sackler, 95, Dies; Philanthropist and Purdue Pharma Director
Ms. Sackler's husband, Raymond, and his brothers founded the company whose drug OxyContin has been blamed for the opioid epidemic.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

The Reason Your Photos Are About to Get a Lot Better
Google's Pixel 4 is the newest example of how computational photography is driving the future of phone cameras.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

What's Really in the Trade Deal Trump Announced With China
The partial trade deal hasn't been signed and some details still have to be negotiated but it could help some American firms.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Tariffs Won't Stop Turkey's Invasion of Syria, Analysts Warn
Earlier sanctions had already all but blocked Turkish steel makers from America. But tariffs could have a psychological effect.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Next Time You Take a Great Photo, Thank the Algorithm in Your Phone
Google's Pixel 4 is the newest example of how computational photography is driving the future of cameras.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Big Banks Were the Loudest Optimists. They're Getting Quieter.
The heads of the largest United States banks are expressing concern about President Trump's trade war and its potential to drag down the global economy.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

How Deutsche Bank Paid Millions to Get Ahead in China
Confidential documents show that the German lender doled out expensive gifts and jobs to win business in the country.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

When You Take a Great Photo, Thank the Algorithm in Your Phone
Google's Pixel 4 is the newest example of how computational photography is driving the future of cameras.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

If a Robotic Hand Solves a Rubik's Cube, Does It Prove Something?
A five-fingered feat could show important progress in A.I. research. It is also a stunt.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

WeWork Warns Tenants That 2,300 Phone Booths May Be a Hazard
The booths could have high levels of formaldehyde, said the company, which is coping with a failed I.P.O. and a corporate shake-up.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Hong Kong Protesters Are Targeting Starbucks. Apple Could Be Next.
Pro-democracy demonstrators have begun singling out companies that they consider enemies of their movement. Vandalism and calls for boycotts have followed.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Steel Tariffs Not Likely to Deter Turkey, Analysts Say
Earlier sanctions had already all but blocked Turkish steel makers from America. But tariffs could have a psychological effect.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Hong Kong Protesters Are Targeting Starbucks. McDonalds Could Be Next.
Pro-democracy demonstrators have begun singling out companies that they consider enemies of their movement. Vandalism and calls for boycotts have followed.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers' Long Nightmare
After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

DreamWorks Film ‘Abominable' Is Pulled by Vietnam Over Chinese Map Scene
The animated movie briefly shows China's disputed "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, which includes territory claimed by Vietnam and other countries.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

ABC Apologizes for Showing Video From U.S. Gun Range in Report on Syria
The video appeared in a report on Turkish attacks in northern Syria. ABC News did not specify how the error had occurred.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Fortnite Went Dark, and Returned With a New World
After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

DealBook Briefing: How Deutsche Bank Paid Millions to Get Ahead in China
Confidential documents show that the German lender doled out expensive gifts and jobs to win business in the country.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Vietnam Pulls DreamWorks Film ‘Abominable' Over Chinese Map Scene
The animated movie briefly shows China's disputed "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, which includes territory claimed by Vietnam and other countries.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

5 Tips for Keeping It Together as a Digital Nomad
Sure, being able to work remotely and travel nonstop is a blast. But it's not without downtime and difficult moments.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2019

Kickstarter Calls Itself Progressive. But About That Union.
A contentious organizing drive at the Brooklyn tech company has drawn in high-profile figures like the actor David Cross, the author Neil Gaiman and the cartoonist Matt Bors.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

The Report Was About Turkey Bombing Syria. ABC Showed Video From a Kentucky Gun Range.
ABC News apologized for its error but did not specify how it had occurred.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Faced With a Drug Shortfall, Doctors Scramble to Treat Children With Cancer
A critical chemotherapy medication is in short supply, and physicians say there is no appropriate substitute.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

AMC Theater Chain Gets Into Streaming With On-Demand Movies
AMC Entertainment dominates the cineplex business. Now it also wants to be a major player in home viewing.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

The New Makers of Plant-Based Meat? Big Meat Companies
Tyson, Smithfield, Perdue and Hormel have all rolled out meat alternatives, filling supermarket shelves with an array of plant-based burgers, meatballs and chicken nuggets.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Uber's Layoff Total Rises Past 1,000 With Latest Cuts
A third round targeted 350 workers on Monday as the company struggles to reduce costs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

For ‘Erin Brockovich' Fans, a David vs. Goliath Tale With a Twist
Robert Bilott was a corporate defense lawyer when a stranger shared a theory about why his cows were dying. "Exposure" is his story of what happened next.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Inside a Brazen Scheme to Woo China: Gifts, Golf and a $4,254 Wine
Confidential documents detail Deutsche Bank's influence campaign and hiring practices in China. More than 100 relatives of top Communist Party officials got jobs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Epstein Estate's First Legal Bill in Fight Against Accusers: $90,000
The financier Jeffrey Epstein died two months ago while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges, and the court actions involving his estate are getting into gear.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Fortnite Goes Dark, and Gamers Wonder What's Next
A black hole consumed everything in the game on Sunday, prompting widespread speculation that a major change is coming.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

A Brazen Scheme, and a Minor Penalty, for Winning Business in China
Confidential documents detail how Deutsche Bank's hiring practices curried favor with China's ruling elite. A $4,000 bottle of French wine also helped.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

How Deutsche Bank Hired Its Way to the Top in China
Confidential documents reveal the troubled German bank's brazen campaign to win business in China by charming and enriching the political elite. Here are six key takeaways.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

NBC News Hits Back Against Ronan Farrow's ‘Catch and Kill' Book
NBC News president Noah Oppenheim, in a detailed memo to employees, described the book as a "smear" and a "conspiracy theory."

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Fortnite Goes Dark. Gamers Wonder What's Next.
A black hole consumed everything in the game on Sunday, prompting widespread speculation that the game is amid a major transition.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Economics Prize Goes to Pioneers in Reducing Poverty
Three professors, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, both of M.I.T., and Michael Kremer of Harvard, were honored.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

WeWork Has to Pick Its Bailout
The co-working company's board is expected to meet as soon as this afternoon to choose a financial lifeline, after its I.P.O. fell apart last month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Pioneers in Poverty Alleviation Share the Nobel Economics Prize
Three professors, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, both of M.I.T., and Michael Kremer of Harvard, were honored on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Cell Service Returns to Kashmir, Allowing First Calls in Months
After imposing a complete communications blackout two months ago, the Indian government on Monday partially restored cellphone service in the Kashmir Valley.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

How Investigators Could Pursue a Case Against Juul
The rise of vaping-related illnesses and deaths has put the e-cigarette maker squarely in the sights of the government.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

DealBook Briefing: WeWork Has to Pick Its Bailout
The co-working company's board is expected to meet as soon as this afternoon to choose a financial lifeline, after its I.P.O. fell apart last month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel in Economics Is Awarded for Work Toward Alleviating Poverty
Three professors, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, both of M.I.T., and Michael Kremer of Harvard, were honored on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Helicopters and Boats Rescue the Stranded After Typhoon Hits Japan
Here's what we know about the super typhoon that struck Japan, causing levees to break and cities to flood.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching
It's the latest "old timey" hobby to gain a dedicated new following.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2019

Wall Street's Sky-High Expectations Are About to Collide With Reality
As companies start reporting quarterly earnings this week, what they say about the future could jolt the stock market.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Man Hurt in Florida Mall Panic, but No Sign of Shooting, Police Say
Shoppers fled the Town Center mall in Boca Raton, Fla., after hearing a loud noise in the food court.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

WeWork Is Said to Be Weighing 2 Financial Rescue Plans
One would effectively hand control of the business to SoftBank of Japan, its top shareholder, and another would raise billions in debt via JPMorgan Chase.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Fox News Is Trump's Chief TV Booster. So Why Is He Griping About It?
A phone call from the president to the Fox News chief executive suggests a crack in the alliance between him and his favorite news network.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Hunter Biden to Leave Chinese Company Board, Addressing Appearance of Conflict
As the next debate approaches, Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s son also said he would not work for foreign-owned companies if his father became president.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

The Should-Be Solution to the Student-Debt Problem
Income-driven repayment programs cover eight million borrowers, but they could be helping more if they were simpler and reached the people who needed them.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

1 Person Hurt in Florida Mall Shooting, Police Say
Panicked shoppers fled the Town Center mall in Boca Raton, Fla., as officers directed visitors to shelter in place.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Hunter Biden to Leave Chinese Company Board, Addressing Appearance of a Conflict
As next debate approaches, Joseph R. Biden's son also said he would not work for foreign-owned companies if his father became president.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Boeing's Board Acted After Months of Mounting Pressure
The decision to strip Dennis Muilenburg of his chairman title culminated months of internal debate over whether to hold top executives accountable after the 737 Max crashes.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

With No End to Unrest in Sight, Hong Kong's Economic Pain Deepens
An unmistakable sense of alarm is spreading among both small business owners and corporate executives who see no way out of the impasse.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

WeWork Planned a Residential Utopia. It Hasn't Turned Out That Way.
Adam Neumann, the company's ousted founder, once said there would be WeLive apartments around the globe. But now, it has only two sites and is under investigation.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2019

Hunter Biden to Leave Chinese Company Board, His Lawyer Says
He plans to resign from the BHR board of directors on or by Oct. 31, his lawyer said in a statement.

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