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Apr 25, 2019

Selling A T-Rex On eBay
On eBay right now: A baby T-Rex. The price? $2.95 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

Trump Administration Puts Offshore Drilling Plan On Hold After Setback In Court
The Trump administration is delaying efforts to boost offshore oil and gas drilling in the wake of a recent court setback. The plans have been controversial, even in Republican-held states.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

Aircraft Orders Jump, But Boeing 737 Max Grounding Could Trim U.S. Growth
The grounding of Boeing's 737 Max aircraft could pinch the economy, some analysts say. But the government reported that aircraft orders were strong enough last month to lift a key indicator.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

Investigation Finds Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan 'Did Not Promote Boeing'
The Pentagon's Inspector General says former Boeing executive Patrick Shanahan 'fully complied' with ethics obligations. This clears the way for his potential nomination as defense secretary.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

'My Whole Life Is On Hold': As Walmart Eliminates Greeters, A Dream In Limbo
Justin Kelley was among the workers who learned their jobs as greeters would be cut. As the Floridian waited 49 days to hear if he could stay with Walmart, he worried he'd have to give up his dream.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

Majority Of Americans Say Drug Companies Should Be Held Responsible For Opioid Crisis
According to a new NPR/Ipsos opioid poll, 71% of Americans surveyed also say the government should do more to curb the epidemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 25, 2019

Tesla's Whirlwind April
Tesla announced troubling first quarter earnings on Wednesday. The electric car company said that it had lost $702 million and its revenue had also dropped 37% compared to the previous quarter.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Facebook Could Face Up To $5 Billion Fine For Privacy Violations
Facebook reported strong profits on Wednesday, but also revealed it is setting aside some $3 billion to $5 billion to pay a penalty to regulators for violating user privacy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Is Everything Awesome In The Economy?
The first few months of 2019 looked troubling. But now we seem to be on the upswing.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Boeing Officials Say Company Is Taking Financial Hit From Grounding Of 737 MAX Jets
Boeing has released a quarterly earnings report that shows revenue and profit taking a hit from the grounding of its 737 MAX planes. Profits fell 13% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Overall revenues fell much less though, only 2%.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Kohl's Will Now Accept Amazon Returns At All Its Stores
The department store is betting that easy returns will drive foot traffic to its stores. Shares of Kohl's stock spiked with the news.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Boeing Hits Pause On Forecasts As 737 Max Groundings Continue
The aircraft manufacturer said its profits fell 13 percent in the first quarter as it works through "this challenging time." Boeing said the 737 Max crisis has cost the company $1 billion so far.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Facebook Recruits Surveillance Hawk To Be Its Top Lawyer
Facebook's new chief lawyer is tasked with guiding the firm through increasingly treacherous legal woes. Jennifer Gillian was one of the lawyers who crafted the controversial Patriot Act.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Government Expands Air Bag Investigation To Include More Than 12 Million Vehicles
A component responsible for detecting a crash and deploying air bags has been malfunctioning due to electrical interference, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 24, 2019

Henry Bloch, Co-Founder Of H&R Block, Dies At 96
Bloch, along with his brother Richard, started the business as the IRS was phasing out its free tax prep service. They changed the "h" in their last name to a "k" so it would be easier to pronounce

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

Drug Distributor And Former Execs Face First Criminal Charges In Opioid Crisis
A DEA official said the indictments are meant to send "shock waves" through the pharmaceutical industry to remind it of its responsibility to help control prescription medications.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

What Happened To U.S. Workers?
The share of people aged 25 to 54 in the labor force has fallen in the past couple of decades. What happened?

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

FAA Certifies Google's Wing Drone Delivery Company To Operate As An Airline
Wing's drones are made to deliver a wide range of items — including coffee, chocolate and burritos — from local merchants to their customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

The Affluent Homeless: A Sleeping Pod, A Hired Desk And A Handful Of Clothes
Many young people participate in the rental economy. They own less stuff than their parents' generation, and rent or share a lot more. For some it's a choice; for others a necessity.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure
The bill requires large buildings to dramatically cut carbon emissions. Buildings emit about 70 percent of the city's greenhouse gases. The measure is expected to cost billions of dollars.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

To Fight Climate Change, New York City Will Push Skyscrapers To Slash Emissions
A law — the first in the world — will require retrofits of large buildings, with a price tag in the billions. Buildings are responsible for about 70% of the city's greenhouse gas emissions.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

Couple Gets Married At Southwest Airlines Baggage Claim
Michelle and Ron Peterson met by chance 12 years ago at the Cleveland airport, and that's where they tied the knot over the weekend. The couple stood on a baggage carousel for the ceremony.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 23, 2019

When does a minimum wage become too high?
Does raising the minimum wage kill jobs? No. Not really. But it could. The hunt is on to find the magic number. Here's the evidence.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

The Traffic Tariff
New York will soon charge drivers to enter the most crowded parts of the city. Congestion pricing: Does it work? Who's doing it? And is it coming to a city near you?

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

Samsung Delays Launch Of $2,000 Folding Phone After Reviewers Find Broken Screens
The Galaxy Fold was due to go on sale this Friday, but reviewers discovered bulges, flickering and other problems with its 7.3-inch screen. Samsung says it plans to run further tests.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

Samsung Delays Launch Of Folding Phone After Reviewers Found Broken Screens
The nearly $2,000 Galaxy Fold was due to go on sale this Friday. But reviewers discovered bulges, flickering and other problems with its 7.3-inch screen. Samsung says it plans to run further tests.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

Companies Continue To Stumble Over Racially Offensive Advertising Campaigns
In the wake of a racially-insensitive ad by Ancestry, NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Nikole Hannah-Jones, a race and culture reporter for The New York Times Magazine, about why this keeps happening.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

Google Searches For Ways To Put Artificial Intelligence To Use In Health Care
The search giant's push into artificial intelligence as a tool for health improvement is a natural evolution for a company that has developed algorithms that reach deep into our lives through the Web.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Wants To Erase Most Student Loan Debt
The senator's higher-education proposal for her 2020 presidential run goes further than just free college.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

U.S. Won't Renew Sanction Exemptions For Countries Buying Iran's Oil
Japan, China, India, Turkey and South Korea have been benefiting from temporary waivers since President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal last year.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 22, 2019

U.S. Officials Plan To End Sanction Waivers On Iranian Oil
The U.S. on Monday will tell five countries that they will lose sanctions waivers if they continue to import oil from Iran. David Greene talks to Demetri Sevastopulo of the Financial Times.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 21, 2019

WalletHub CEO: Growing Credit Card Debt Is An Economic Warning Sign
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Odysseas Papadimitriou, CEO of WalletHub, about growing credit card debt and what it means for the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 20, 2019

Maxwell House Partners With Amazon For A 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Passover Haggadah
With over 50 million printed copies, Maxwell House has released a new edition of their Haggadah, designed for fans of the Amazon show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 20, 2019

'Physically And Mentally Draining': The Economic Hardships U.S. Dairy Farmers Face
Penny Berg and her son, Mark Berg, tell NPR's Scott Simon about the current economic difficulties facing American dairy farmers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 20, 2019

Thousands Of Stop And Shop Employees In New England Strike For New Contract
Grocery workers in New England are striking to preserve pensions and other benefits. Their employer, Stop and Shop, says it can't compete unless it brings down costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

The Mueller Report Is Free To Read, But It's Also A Bestseller
The Mueller report on the 22-month probe into Russia's interference in the 2016 election is now a bestselling book, even though its contents are free and widely available.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

Anti-Tobacco Advocates Question McConnell Plan To Raise Minimum Purchasing Age
Citing an "unprecedented spike" in teens vaping, Sen. Mitch McConnell said the bill would raise the minimum age for people to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21. Tobacco companies back the proposal.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

Silicon Valley Has Its Tech Campuses. Now It Wants A Monument
Tourists are flocking to California to see the origins of their favorite tech companies. Now there might be a monument about Silicon Valley's glory.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

'National Enquirer' To Be Sold To Hudson News Heir James Cohen
The tabloid's parent company, American Media Inc., has become embroiled in controversies surrounding President Trump. It also sparred with Jeff Bezos over blackmail accusations.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

Bernanke, Geithner And Paulson On Lessons Learned From 2008 Financial Crisis
Steve Inskeep talks to former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Timothy Geithner about the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

Revised NAFTA Deal Would Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Says
The renegotiated trade pact among the U.S., Mexico and Canada would modestly boost the U.S. economy, most notably in the auto industry, according to the International Trade Commission's report.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

In 2008, 3 Officials Were On The Frontline Of The Financial Crisis
Steve Inskeep talks to ex-Fed Chair Ben Bernanke, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and ex-President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Timothy Geithner, about their book and the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 19, 2019

World Bank Contest Aims To Help People Who Lack Proof Of Identification
Roughly 1 in 7 people around the world do not have any form of identification. This is holding them back from accessing public services. The World Bank is looking for new ways to think about IDs.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 18, 2019

The U.S. Now Ranks As A 'Problematic' Place For Journalists
"Never before have US journalists been subjected to so many death threats," Reporters Without Borders said in its annual World Press Freedom Index, adding that President Trump "exacerbates" problem.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 18, 2019

'This Is Morally Wrong': Biden Supports Striking Massachusetts Grocery Workers
Thirty-one thousand Stop & Shop workers are striking in New England over proposed changes to wages and benefits. Eight days in, the strike has shuttered some stores and slowed business at others.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 18, 2019

A Brief History Of Income Taxes
Taxes have been around forever. But the income tax? In the U.S., it's relatively recent.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 18, 2019

Mounting Debt Forces Hard Landing For India's Jet Airways
The country's oldest private airline once boasted the largest fleet in the subcontinent. But it lost altitude in recent years amid fierce competition from regional low-cost carriers,

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 18, 2019

Documentarian Stanley Nelson Showcases The Legacy Of Black Entrepreneurs
Nelson has had more documentaries featured at Sundance than any other filmmaker. We talk with him about his latest work.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 17, 2019

Why The Tragic Fire At Notre Dame Has Led People To Be So Generous
France struggled to raise donations last year when Notre Dame was crumbling and in need of repairs. Now, after a devastating fire, hundreds of millions have been pledged to save the cathedral.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 17, 2019

The Writers Guild Of America Is Suing Hollywood's Biggest Talent Agencies
At issue is "packaging fees" - deals that allow agents to be paid by studios, rather than receiving a standard 10 percent of writers' income. The writers say such deals create conflicts of interest.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 17, 2019

How Quebec's Maple Syrup Stockpile Can Impact An Entire Global Industry
Maple syrup is so important to Canada that producers in the province of Quebec have created a strategic reserve of the sweet stuff. The Planet Money Indicator team paid the reserve a visit.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 17, 2019

Why Do Introverts Get Paid Less?
There's a gap in career earnings between introverts and extroverts.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 17, 2019

After Boeing Crashes, More People Want Help Taming Fear Of Flying
If you're scared of flying, the news of two recent airline crashes might have you in jitters. Instructors who help people overcome that fear say enrollments have doubled since the incidents.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

Trump's Trade War Forces Volvo To Shift Gears In South Carolina
The Chinese-owned Swedish automaker was originally planning to ship U.S.-made luxury sedans out of the port of Charleston and send them to China. Trump's trade war threw a wrench in those plans.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

Why Do We Still Use QWERTY Keyboards?
The story behind the first six keyboard letters are driven by economics.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

2 House Committees Issue Subpoenas To Deutsche Bank For Trump's Financial Records
House Democrats have ramped up their investigation of President Trump's finances by issuing a subpoena to Deutsche Bank, which is one of few financial institutions willing to lend to Trump recently.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

Tax Troubles, Tax Triumphs
We talk about the other certain thing — you know, the one that's not death.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

Congress Subpoenas Deutsche Bank As Part Of Democrats' Probe Of Trump Finances
It's the latest sign that Democrats will continue to seek information on potential criminal activity by President Trump and his businesses after special counsel Robert Mueller's report is made public.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

A Guardian of Global Capitalism Warns Capitalism Has A Problem
The IMF finds companies are getting increasingly powerful. Here's why that's bad for consumers and for the whole economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 16, 2019

Boeing Slow To 'Own' Recent Air Disasters, Analysts Say
After a second 737 Max jet crashed in Ethiopia, it took Boeing weeks to speak openly about the role its flight control software may have played. Critics say that's too long.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

Did You Successfully Negotiate A Great Package For Your New Job? Tell Us About It
It's a great job market. Were you able to score a great deal by negotiating for something unusual — or unusually great? We'd like to hear about it.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

Did You Successfully Negotiate A Great Package With Your New Job? Tell Us About It
It's a great job market. Were you able to score a great deal by negotiating for something unusual - or unusually great? We'd like to hear about it.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

The Losers And Winners Of The Trump Administration's Big Tax Cut
It's tax day and many Americans are finding out whether last year's big tax overhaul really did cut their taxes. Most did, but some people saw their tax bill go up considerably.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

The Cost Of Measles
The cost of a measles outbreak - to individuals, families, communities, and the country - is high.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

Tiger Woods Rises Again — And Sponsors Are Celebrating His Resilience
Woods' historic victory Sunday at the golf Masters Tournament shows the continued earning power of a player who was dropped by many of his sponsors over the course of a tumultuous decade.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

My New Diet Is An App: Weight Loss Goes Digital
The popularity of weight loss apps, especially among younger people, has forced the traditional weight loss programs to revamp their models to include online, on-demand support.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

No Fake Drugs, More Jobs For Youth, End Child Sexual Abuse Online: A Vision For 2030
The 5 recipients of the Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship predict how their projects will make the world a better place.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

5 Cool Things That Could Make The World A Better Place By 2030
The 5 recipients of the Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship predict how their projects will make the world a better place.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

On Tax Day, The IRS Is Short Of Money
The agency's budget has been cut sharply over the last decade. That means fewer audits. The Trump administration says those cuts may have gone too far and it's seeking more money for tax enforcement.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

On Tax Day: The IRS Is Short Of Money
The Internal Revenue Service's budget has been cut sharply over the last decade. That means fewer audits and a growing likelihood that other taxpayers are not paying what they owe.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

American Airlines Flight Attendant Spills Drinks On Her Boss
On a recent flight, someone bumped into flight attendant Maddie Peters. Her tray of drinks went airborne. Half directly onto Doug Parker's lap, who is the CEO of American Airlines.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

President Trump Tells Asylum-Seekers That 'Our Country Is Full.' Is It?
Trump said, referring to immigrants from Latin America to the U.S., "We can't take you. Our country is full." David Greene asks David Wessel, director of the Brookings Institution, how true that is.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

Trump Tells Asylum-Seekers That 'Our Country Is Full.' Is It?
President Trump recently said, referring to immigrants to the U.S., "We can't take you. Our country is full." David Greene asks David Wessel, director of the Brookings Institution, how true that is.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

To Turn Turkey's Economy Around, Erdogan May Have To Loosen Control
After some stinging losses in local elections, Turkey's ruling party is trying to revive the economy. But that'll be difficult as long as President Erdogan doesn't want to share power.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 15, 2019

World's Largest Plane Takes Flight Over The Weekend
Stratolaunch Systems successfully launched the first test flight of the Stratolaunch, a six-engine plane with a wingspan 385 feet wide — longer than a football field and any planes' wingspan.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 14, 2019

Breaking Down The Hollywood Dispute Between Writers And Agents
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kim Masters, editor-at-large for The Hollywood Reporter, about the ongoing dispute between writers and agents.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 14, 2019

How The Rock 'N Play Baby Sleeper Became Popular And Why It Was Recalled
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with baby sleep consultant and author Alexis Dubief about the recall of Fisher-Price's Rock 'n Play sleepers, which have had a devoted following among parents.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 14, 2019

Hollywood Writers Vs. Agents
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks to writer and producer Keli Goff about members of the Writers Guild of America being told to fire their agents en masse.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 13, 2019

'Uncharted Waters': Union Tells Hollywood Writers To Fire Their Agents
The abrupt directive on Friday followed a breakdown in talks over proposed changes to the agreement that has guided the basic business relationship between writers and agents for the past 43 years.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 13, 2019

Former 'Ebony' Publisher Declares Bankruptcy, And An Era Ends
For millions of African-Americans who did not otherwise see themselves in the mainstream media, Ebony was more than a magazine. It was a public trust. This week marks its final chapter.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 12, 2019

As China Hacked, U.S. Businesses Turned A Blind Eye
The U.S. has largely failed to stop Chinese cybertheft of U.S. companies, but the companies themselves led the charge in keeping it under wraps.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 12, 2019

Solving Problems Caused By International Trade
Free trade may solve problems for businesses transacting across borders, but it can make life painful for their workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 12, 2019

Chevron To Expand In Permian Basin, Acquiring Anadarko Petroleum For $33 Billion
Anadarko, an oil and gas production and exploration company, has assets in Mozambique, the Gulf of Mexico and, significantly, in Texas — where multinationals are doubling down on the Permian boom.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 12, 2019

FAA Officials To Meet With Airlines And Pilots To Discuss Boeing 737 Max
Boeing says it's close to finishing a software update for its troubled 737 Max aircraft. This comes as the company is trying to win back public and government support of the grounded fleet.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 12, 2019

How The Insurance Industry Helps Police Departments Tackle Bad Behavior
Bad policing can get expensive when it leads to lawsuits and settlements. For smaller cities, that can lead to serious pressure to change things from the people who help foot the bill: insurers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 11, 2019

One Man's Quest To Protect A Rare Kind Of Hazelnut Tree
The hazelnut business is in a bind. Demand is rising, supply is tight, and a deadly fungal disease is constraining production. But one man may have found a solution.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 11, 2019

How Trade Helps Explain Inequality
Trade makes for peaceful relationships between nations, but gains for consumers and workers aren't spread evenly.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 11, 2019

Trump Signs Executive Orders In Push To Make It Easier To Build Oil And Gas Pipelines
President Trump issues two executive orders that would make it harder for states to block companies from building oil and gas pipeline projects.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 11, 2019

News Brief: William Barr, 'National Enquirer,' India's General Election
Attorney General William Barr tells Senate panel he is launching an investigation into the FBI's Russia probe. American Media says the National Enquirer is for sale. Voting begins in India's election.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 11, 2019

'National Enquirer' And American Media's Other Tabloids Are For Sale
American Media announced it is trying to sell its tabloids. The company, CEO David Pecker and the National Enquirer have been embroiled in controversies surrounding President Trump.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

'National Enquirer' Publisher Looks To Sell Magazines
Host Ailsa Chang speaks to NPR's David Folkenflik about the news that American Media intends to sell its tabloids, including National Enquirer.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

American Media LLC Plans To Sell 'National Enquirer'
The National Enquirer has given President Trump favorable coverage. It also is accused of keeping a lid on an alleged Trump affair by paying a woman for her exclusive story and then not publishing it.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

The Maple Syrup Cartel
Prices for most agricultural products change with supply and demand. Not maple syrup.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

Bags Of Cash, Armed Guards And Wary Banks: The Edgy Life Of A Cannabis Company CFO
Being chief financial officer in a pot business requires lots of workarounds, including hiring heavily armed guards. Few financial firms are willing to service a market that remains federally illegal.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

GitHub Has Become A Haven For China's Censored Internet Users
Without access to Facebook or Twitter, Chinese tech workers have gathered on GitHub, the world's largest open-source programming platform, to complain about 12-hour days and demand better conditions.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

This Oil Spill Has Been Leaking Into The Gulf For 14 Years
In the Gulf of Mexico, an oil spill triggered by a powerful hurricane has been leaking for more than 14 years with no solution in sight. The federal government is stepping in to try and contain it.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

Justice Department Accuses Maker Of Suboxone With Fraud, Conspiracy
Federal prosecutors charge British drug maker Indivior with felony fraud and conspiracy for its marketing of opioid addiction products including Suboxone.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

CEOs Of Big Banks Face Tough Questioning On Capitol Hill
The House Financial Services Committee is grilling the heads of seven banks Wednesday about the stability of the financial system a decade after the financial crash.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

CEOs Of Big Banks Face Tough Questioning Over Their Pay
The House Financial Services Committee is grilling executives from seven banks Wednesday about overdraft fees and executive pay. The hearing comes 10 years after the financial crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 10, 2019

CEOs Of Big Banks To Face Tough Questioning On Capitol Hill
The House Financial Services Committee will grill the heads of seven bank CEOs Wednesday about the stability of the financial system a decade after the financial crash.

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