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Dec 13, 2018

'An Indescribable Feeling': Virgin Galactic Makes Historic Trip To Edge Of Space
Four years after another test flight ended tragically, the company is celebrating a milestone: Its manned spacecraft reached an altitude of more than 51 miles.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 13, 2018

Why Are There So Many Mattress Stores?
There are so many mattress stores in America, and they always seem to be empty. So how can they afford the real estate? And how do they stay in business?

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 13, 2018

'Roma' hailed as Cuarón's Masterpiece, Despite Distribution, Production Battle
Netflix released Roma in select theaters, before offering it online. It's being called Alfonso Cuarón's masterpiece, and garnering Oscar buzz, after a distribution and production battle.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 13, 2018

Facing Enrollment Declines, Colleges Seek Out New, Creative Ways To Make Money
Enrollment of both undergrads and graduate students has been declining for years. Meanwhile colleges are getting more creative in finding new ways to make money.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 13, 2018

Trump Administration Announces New Plan To Promote U.S. Businesses In Africa
The Trump administration is trying to counter what it calls Russia and China's predatory practices in Africa and promote U.S. businesses instead through an initiative called "Prosper Africa."

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 13, 2018

Take Care: The Affordable Care Act In 2018
Enrollment in the ACA is down compared to this time last year.

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Dec 13, 2018

Apple Will Build $1 Billion Campus in Austin, Adding 5,000 Jobs
Apple says the move is expected to make it the largest private employer in Austin. The city already has the most Apple employees outside of the company's headquarters in California.

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Dec 13, 2018

The Bitter Boom-And-Bust Tale Of Colorado's Bet On Local Beer Hops
Even with the backing of state-based beer giant Coors, small farmers just couldn't compete with the Pacific Northwest. And with more people choosing wine and spirits, some craft brewers are closing.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Economic Insecurity
The U.S. economy looks in fine shape — for now — but even a lot of Americans with jobs still struggle financially. Here are three Indicators to monitor economic insecurity in the U.S.

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Dec 12, 2018

Tribune, Tronc And Beyond: A Slur, A Secret Payout And A Looming Sale
Tribune Publishing secretly started to pay more than $2.5 million to a fired news executive to settle a lawsuit. It sought to keep a slur by controlling owner Michael Ferro from becoming public.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Latest On Marriott Hotel Records Hack
Chinese intelligence appears to be behind the hack of Marriott hotels that exposed 500 million guest records, according to The New York Times. NPR talks to Glenn Thrush, a reporter on the story.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Theresa May Faces No-Confidence Vote Wednesday Over Brexit Anger
"I will contest that vote with everything I have got," May said outside of 10 Downing Street. The vote is set to begin at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote Amid Battle Over Brexit
The U.K. prime minister beat back a mutiny within her own Conservative Party on Wednesday. Still, prospects remain cloudy for her draft Brexit agreement with the European Union.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Chinese Hackers Are Likely Responsible For Marriott Data Breach, Reports Say
Chinese state hackers most likely attacked the reservation system at Marriott's Starwood chain, revealing details of 500 million guests, according to people familiar with the U.S. investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 12, 2018

Chinese Hackers Are Responsible For Marriott Data Breach, Reports Say
Chinese state hackers most likely attacked the reservation system at Marriott's Starwood chain which revealed details of 500 million guests, according to people familiar with the U.S. investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Huawei Executive Granted Bail In Canada, Former Canadian Diplomat Is Detained In China
Michael Kovrig reportedly was taken into custody but China has not acknowledged it. Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou faces extradition from Canada to the U.S. to be tried on fraud charges.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Huawei Executive Seeks Bail In Canada, Former Canadian Diplomat Is Detained In China
Michael Kovrig reportedly was taken into custody but China has not acknowledged it. Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou faces extradition from Canada to the U.S. to be tried on fraud charges.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Citi Bike's Better Angels
How one bike-sharing company used behavioral economics to solve one of its most vexing problems.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Iowa College Becomes Battleground For Student Worker Unionization
Students with campus jobs at Grinnell College want to unionize, but the college is pushing back and asking the National Labor Relations Board to reconsider an Obama-era ruling allowing such unions.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Lots Of Antibiotics Are Used In Beef Production. McDonald's Vows To Change This
The fast-food giant, one of the world's biggest beef buyers, announces plans to use its might to cut back on antibiotics in its global beef supply. Environmentalists are applauding the commitment.

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Dec 11, 2018

There Are Lots Of Antibiotics In The Beef Supply. McDonald's Vows To Change This
The fast-food giant, one of the world's biggest beef buyers, announces plans to use its might to cut back on antibiotics in its global beef supply. Environmentalists are applauding the commitment.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

'Time' Person Of The Year For 2018: Journalists Fighting 'War On Truth'
Time calls the four journalists and a news organization "Guardians" in a struggle against lies and misinformation that has pit news agencies against political groups and governments.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

'Time' Person Of The Year For 2018: Journalists Under Attack In 'War On Truth'
Time calls them "guardians" in a struggle against lies and misinformation that has pit news agencies against political groups and governments.

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Dec 11, 2018

Google CEO Says He Leads 'Without Political Bias' In Congressional Testimony
Sundar Pichai, in his public debut in Congress, is expected to address privacy, allegations of anti-conservative bias, a censored search tool for China and a scuttled Pentagon contract.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Google Accelerates Google Shutdown After 52.5 Million Users' Data Exposed
Users' names, birth dates, email addresses, work history and other data were exposed for nearly a week in November, Google says. It will now close the social network four months earlier than planned.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

With 52.5 Million Users' Data Exposed On Google , Google Quickens Shutdown
Users' name, date of birth, email address, work history and other information were exposed for nearly a week in November, Google says.

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Dec 11, 2018

'Fearless Girl' Finds New Home Facing The New York Stock Exchange
"Fearless Girl" is on the move. The sculpture, which once stared down the "Charging Bull" statue, has officially moved a few blocks over to face an even bigger beast, the New York Stock Exchange.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

Local Newspaper Closures Come With Hefty Price Tag For Residents
Hundreds of newspapers have closed across the country. The loss of local reporting means fewer investigations into fraud and waste. That has had an impact on the budgets of cities and towns.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 11, 2018

With #MeToo In Mind, Employers Balance Workers' Privacy With Transparent Probes
Google pledged to make its sexual harassment investigations more transparent, after its employees protested its handling of past cases. Workers want more accountability but there are privacy concerns.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 10, 2018

Unto The Brexit
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to exit the European Union has hit a wall. What happens now?

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 10, 2018

The Revolution Will Be Driverless: Autonomous Cars Usher In Big Changes
Autonomous vehicles could be the "most disruptive technology to hit society worldwide since the advent of the motor car," says former New York City traffic commissioner Sam Schwartz.

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Dec 10, 2018

Ex-Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Indicted On Charges Of Underreporting Income
Ghosn was arrested last month — and ousted as chairman of Nissan — after he was accused of concealing income from the Japanese government.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 10, 2018

How 1 Company Pulls Carbon From The Air, Aiming To Avert A Climate Catastrophe
A U.N. climate report says the only way to avoid the worst climate impacts will be to suck carbon emissions out of the air. Researchers are trying to find a feasible way to do that.

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Dec 10, 2018

How One Company Pulls Carbon From The Air, Aiming To Avert A Climate Catastrophe
A U.N. climate report says the only way to avoid the worst climate impacts will be to suck carbon emissions out of the air. Researchers are trying to find a feasible way to do that.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 09, 2018

Exclusive: Ed Department To Erase Debts Of Teachers, Fix Troubled Grant Program
The move follows an NPR investigation that found thousands of teachers had grants unfairly converted to loans.

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Dec 09, 2018

Fire-Resistant Is Not Fire-Proof, California Homeowners Discover
California has some of the strictest building codes in the country for homes built in areas with wildfire risk. But recent fires show that even the most fire-resistant homes will burn.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Facing Critical Labor Shortage, Japan Opens Door Wider To Foreign Workers
An aging population and low birth rate have led lawmakers to accept semi-skilled non-Japanese temporary laborers.

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Dec 07, 2018

Russia Joins OPEC In Agreement To Cut Oil Production By 1.2 Million Barrels A Day
Oil prices jumped higher Friday on news of a deal between OPEC and Russia to cut production. Global oil prices have fallen 30 percent in recent months.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

More Jobs, Less Pay
In honor of jobs day, we look at the jobs that used to be high-paying, that are now low-paying. What happened to these jobs? And what can it tell us about the U.S. economy?

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

The Business Of Posting Mugshots Online And Charging People To Take Them Down
Many websites make a business of posting mugshots, then charging those people to take them down, but it's hard to stop. The reasons have to do with how First Amendment freedoms are protected.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

The Effects U.S. Soybean Farmers Have Felt From Trade Negotiations With China
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Josh Gackle, a soybean farmer in Kulm, N.D., about how the United States' ongoing trade negotiations with China have impacted crops this year.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer Discusses Trade Issues With China
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer about America's trade relationship with China, and what he hopes the tariffs on Chinese goods will accomplish.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

How The 'Golden Age' Of Corporate Musicals Used Songs To Boost Sales
Sheldon Harnick, John Russell and Steve Young discuss "industrial musicals," Broadway-style productions written and performed at the behest of corporations. Originally broadcast Nov. 5, 2013.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Oil Prices Jump After OPEC Agrees To Bigger-Than-Expected Production Cut
Ignoring pressure from President Trump to keep the oil flowing, OPEC, Russia and other producers have agreed to cut production. They hope to stem a 30 percent drop in oil prices in recent weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Jessi Arrington: How Can Thrifting Clothes Help The Environment — And Your Style?
Fast fashion is wreaking havoc on the environment. That's why Jessi Arrington makes a point of (almost) never buying anything new. She explains how she builds a sustainable wardrobe that looks great.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Kate Raworth: How Can We Create A Thriving Economy For Ourselves And The Planet?
We're often told that economic growth is good, but Kate Raworth says our addiction to growth is destroying the planet. To thrive in the 21st century, she says we need a new circular economic system.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

David Katz: How Can We Address Ocean Plastic Pollution And Poverty At The Same Time?
Millions of tons of plastic flow into the ocean each year. David Katz's Plastic Bank helps turn off the tap — and gives the poor an income source — creating a circular economy around plastic waste.

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Dec 07, 2018

Tristram Stuart: Can Feeding Scraps To Livestock Help Tackle The Food Waste Crisis?
Our industrial food system is doing serious damage to our planet and food waste is a rampant problem. Tristram Stuart offers one strategy to combat food waste: cook scraps and feed them to livestock.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First
Alfonso Cuarón's acclaimed movie has been part of an ongoing battle over who gets to premier movies: streaming services like Netflix, or theaters?

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Labor Department To Report On The Unemployment Rate
Ahead of Friday's jobs report, David Greene talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about other data we'll get from the report, which will indicate the direction of the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 07, 2018

Labort Deparment To Report On The Unemployment Rate
Ahead of Friday's jobs report, David Greene talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about other data we'll get from the report, which will indicate the direction of the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

New Congresswoman Will Pay Her Interns $15 An Hour. Is That A Big Deal?
"Time to walk the walk," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. "Very few members of Congress actually pay their interns. We will be one of them." With new appropriations, other members may soon join her.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Microsoft Urges Congress To Regulate Facial Recognition Technology
In a rough year for tech, Microsoft unseated Apple as the most valuable company. It's cultivated an image as Silicon Valley's elder statesman, urging regulation for technologies it's still developing.

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Dec 06, 2018

For-Profit College Chain, Education Corporation of America, Announces Shutdown
ECA has been mired in financial troubles and on Wednesday officials said most of its campuses will close by the end of the month. The decision leaves about 20,000 students in the lurch.

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Dec 06, 2018

Stock Markets Mostly Recover After Plunging Amid Escalation Of U.S.-China Tensions
Stock prices fell sharply on Thursday as hopes for a lasting trade truce between the U.S. and China faded.

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Dec 06, 2018

Robot Punctures Can Of Bear Repellent At Amazon Warehouse, Sickening Workers
The can contained capsaicin - the chemical that makes chili peppers fiery. The incident comes amid scrutiny of conditions at the sprawling warehouses used to deliver goods at ever-faster speeds.

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Dec 06, 2018

John Bolton: U.S. Won't 'Turn A Blind Eye' To China's Trade Practices
The arrest and possible extradition of a Chinese business executive highlights trade practices that national security adviser Bolton says will be a major focus of U.S.-China trade talks.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Transcript: NPR's Interview National Security Adviser John Bolton
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to National Security Adviser John Bolton about natural security threats posed by China and the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, scion of a Chinese telecommunications giant.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Transcript: NPR's Interview With National Security Adviser John Bolton
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to national security adviser John Bolton about natural security threats posed by China and the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, scion of a Chinese telecommunications giant.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Trump's EPA Plans To Ease Carbon Emissions Rule For New Coal Plants
The Trump administration wants to reverse a rule that would have required new coal plants to have expensive technology to capture their carbon dioxide emissions.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

U.S. Unemployment Holds At 3.7 Percent As Economy Adds 155,000 Jobs
The jobless rate remained the lowest in nearly 50 years last month as employers added fewer jobs than expected. Meanwhile, wages grew 3.1 percent over the past 12 months, the same as in October.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Job Market Looks Healthy Despite Other Signs Of Trouble For The Economy
Private analysts forecast that the U.S. unemployment rate remained at a nearly 50-year low of 3.7 percent in November and that the economy added 190,000 jobs. That's below October's gain of 250,000.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

The Fed's Mistake?
For years after the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve kept short term interest rates near zero percent. It began raising rates in 2015 — but did it jump the gun.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Prosecutors File First U.S. Charges Stemming From 2016 Panama Papers Leak
U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman says the defendants "had a playbook to repatriate un-taxed money into the U.S. banking system."

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Senate Confirms Kathy Kraninger As CFPB Director
The White House official has been confirmed as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new chief over objections by critics who highlighted her lack of experience in consumer protection.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

More Potholes, Traffic Jams On The Horizon Unless Interstates Are Fixed, Report Finds
A federal report suggests America's interstates are worn, overused and highly congested. It also recommends billions of dollars in fixes,

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Sell-Off Worsens, Dow Drops 600 Points Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions
U.S. stock markets plunged again Thursday after a Chinese technology executive was arrested in Canada, escalating U.S.-China tensions. The Dow's dive followed a fall of 799 points Tuesday.

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Dec 06, 2018

Stock Selloff Continues Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions
U.S. stock markets plunged again Thursday after a Chinese technology executive was arrested in Canada, escalating U.S.-China tensions. The Dow's dive followed a fall of 799 points Tuesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Stocks Rebound After Tumbling Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions
U.S. stock markets recovered most of their losses late in the day. Earlier Thursday, the Dow slid after a Chinese technology executive was arrested in Canada, escalating U.S.-China tensions.

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Dec 06, 2018

Dow Drops 450 Points Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions
U.S. stock markets plunged again Thursday after a Chinese technology executive was arrested in Canada, escalating U.S.-China tensions. The Dow's dive followed a fall of 799 points Tuesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Dow Drops 750 Points Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions
U.S. stock markets plunged again Thursday after a Chinese technology executive was arrested in Canada, escalating U.S.-China tensions. The Dow's dive followed a fall of 799 points Tuesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Huawei Finance Chief's Arrest Threatens To Inflame U.S.-China Tensions
Canadian authorities have arrested Meng Wanzhou, the company's CFO and daughter of its founder, at the request of the U.S. And Chinese officials have made quite clear they're not happy about it.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

A Resolution To The U.S.-China Trade War Is Not In The Offing
David Greene talks to William Zarit of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, about what the pause in the trade war means to Americans doing business in China.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Paperwork Filed For USA Gymnastics
USA Gymnastics has filed for bankruptcy. It's the latest move for the beleaguered organization following a wide-ranging sexual abuse scandal involving athletes and a former team doctor.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

After Arrest In Canada, Huawei Executive Faces Extradition To U.S.
At the request of the U.S. government, Canadian authorities have arrested the chief financial officer, who also is the daughter of the founder of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

News Brief: Huawei CFO, USA Gymnastics, Hurricane Damages Puerto Rican Tombs
Canadian authorities arrest the CFO of one of China's largest companies. The organization overseeing U.S. gymnastics files for bankruptcy. A Puerto Rican cemetery remains closed after Hurricane Maria.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2018

What Is Inflation Targeting And Why Does It Matter?
There's a number you could call the most important number for the economy. It's the Federal Reserve's inflation target. The story of how it came to be is a bit random, and begins in New Zealand.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

USA Gymnastics Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
USAG says the filing will help resolve claims against it by athletes who allege abuse by former team doctor Larry Nassar. But bankruptcy may disrupt the pending legal actions against the organization.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Paris Is Burning
What the yellow vest protests in Paris tell us about economic reform in France and the parallels with politics in the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Les Moonves Might Not Get His CBS Severance After Sexual Misconduct Investigation
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with New York Times reporter Rachel Abrams about a report that former CBS CEO Les Moonves destroyed evidence and misled CBS investigators regarding his sexual misconduct.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Facebook Execs Seen Discussing Data Privacy, Competitors In Leaked Documents
"We don't feel we have had straight answers from Facebook," a member of Parliament says. The company had fought to keep the records private; some are marked "highly confidential."

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

NYT: Disgraced CBS Chief Les Moonves Misled Investigators
According to a report obtained by the New York Times, lawyers working for CBS say Moonves obstructed an investigation into his alleged sexual misconduct. His lucrative exit package may be withheld.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Cuba Extends Internet To Mobile Phones, Promising New Access
It was only 10 years ago that the Castro government lifted its ban that prohibited regular citizens from buying computers. Today, phones are a key method of accessing the Internet in Cuba.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Draft Report Indicates Moonves Misled Investigators, Destroyed Evidence
Former CBS head Les Moonves departed the company in September after accusations of sexual misconduct. He may also have destroyed evidence and misled investigators, according to a preliminary report.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2018

Trump Emoluments Case: A Blast Of Subpoenas And A Politically Risky Schedule
A lawsuit involving President Trump and his D.C. hotel could hit the headlines in the fall of 2019, prime time in the next presidential campaign.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Behind The Curve
When the yield curve inverts, people worry that it's a sign we're headed for recession. But its predictive reliability also depends on the way it inverts.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Dow Drops 799 Points, As Topsy-Turvy Interest Rates Boost Recession Fears
The bond market is worried the trade war, slowing global growth and a drop in oil prices are signs the economy is slowing and may be heading for a recession. Nervousness spilled over into stocks too.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Investors Are Getting Nervous And Topsy-Turvy Interest Rates Are Proof
The bond market is worried the trade war, slowing global growth and a drop in oil prices are signs the economy is slowing and may be heading for a recession. Nervousness spilled over into stocks too.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Investors Are Getting Nervous, And Topsy-Turvy Interest Rates Are Proof
The bond market is worried the trade war, slowing global growth and a drop in oil prices are signs the economy is slowing and may be heading for a recession. Nervousness spilled over into stocks too.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Former 'Guardian' Editor On Snowden, WikiLeaks And Remaking Journalism
In Breaking News, Alan Rusbridger reflects on the blockbuster stories he helped publish over the course of his 20-year tenure running the British newspaper The Guardian.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

UnitedHealthcare Customers Are Unhappy About Cuts To SilverSneakers Fitness Program
Health insurer UnitedHealthcare plans to cut SilverSneakers, a popular fitness benefit, for 2.5 million people with the company's Medigap and Medicare Advantage coverage.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

NPR CEO Jarl Mohn To Step Down After 5-Year Term Ends in June
Mohn will step aside to focus on a newly created position to lead the network's fund-raising drive. He and his wife will contribute $10 million toward the effort from their personal fortune.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

Fishermen Sue Big Oil For Its Role In Climate Change
The food industry is already feeling the effects of climate change, which will likely force expensive adaptations in the future. At least one sector is looking to make energy companies pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

U.S. And China Remain Far Apart On Key Issues To Resolve Trade War
China and the U.S. have until the end of March to come up with an agreement that would allow them to avoid a further escalation of the trade war. Neither side has been able to agree on an agenda.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

After Starwood Data Breach, Marriott And Customers Face Costly Headaches
Marriott begins a massive clean-up effort following the data breach affecting 500 million guests. But if past hacks are any guide, consumers will be the ones who will have to protect their data.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2018

100 Million Quora Users Affected By 'Malicious' Data Breach
Adam D'Angelo, the CEO of the question-and-answer website, said the exposed data ranged from email addresses to direct messages. The company is notifying affected users and law enforcement.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2018

Subpoenas Coming Soon In Trump Emoluments Lawsuit
The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia are preparing to move forward with discovery in their lawsuit alleging Trump is violating the U.S. Constitution's emoluments clause.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2018

Trade War And Peace
China and the U.S. have been locked in a trade war for most of 2018, but peace may be on the horizon.... at least a partial peace.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2018

A Look A Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's Trajectory In 2018
Sheryl Sandberg became a feminist business icon with her book Lean In. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the heat Sandberg has taken for Facebook's election fallout.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2018

A Look At Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's Trajectory In 2018
Sheryl Sandberg became a feminist business icon with her book Lean In. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the heat Sandberg has taken for Facebook's election fallout.

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