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Aug 20, 2018

PepsiCo Breaks Out The Bubbly With $3.2 Billion Deal For SodaStream
It's the latest foray into more-healthful offerings for the food and beverage giant, which has shifted away from its roots in cola toward products such as hummus and kombucha.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2018

How Much Are Tariffs Pushing Up Prices?
As the U.S. and China continue threatening each other with more tariffs, David Greene talks to David Wessel, of the Brookings Institution, about how much tariffs are actually impacting prices.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2018

Greece Emerges From International Bailout, But Will Be Closely Monitored For Years
After nine years of a debt crisis that spawned economic upheaval and austerity measures, Athens will regain a degree of control over its finances, but officials say it's not out of the woods yet.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2018

Vermont Looks To Booming Hemp Business
Maple syrup, cheese and craft beer. To these Vermont products, now add hemp. Farmers in the state are increasingly growing it to extract a compound called CBD for its purported medicinal benefits.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2018

HUD Hits Facebook For Allowing Housing Discrimination
In a formal complaint, HUD says Facebook allows landlords and home sellers to use targeted ads to discriminate based upon the recipient's race, religion, sex, familial status and national origin.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 18, 2018

The Role Of Lawsuits In Addressing The Opioid Crisis
States are battling the pharmaceutical industry in court to curb the opioid epidemic. NPR's Jennifer Ludden asks Richard Ausness, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, about the tactic.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Tesla Stock Tumbles Again, Following CEO Elon Musk's 'NYT' Interview
Tesla's stock has been dropping precipitously, following a New York Times interview, in which CEO Elon Musk described being exhausted and under immense pressure.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Trump Asks SEC To Study How Often Corporations Are Required To Report Earnings
In a tweet, President Trump said switching from quarterly reporting to every six months would save companies money and give them more flexibility.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Donald Trump's Economic Strategy... Maybe?
Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Commentator Greg Ip explains President Donald Trump's emerging economic strategy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Texas Tightens Disclosure Rules Following Medicaid Investigation
Officials in Texas are responding to the findings of an investigation by NPR and the Center for Public Integrity into drugmakers' influence over medication choices for Medicaid patients.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Hospitals Battle For Control Over Fast-Growing Heart-Valve Procedure
Medicare limits payments for minimally invasive replacement of aortic valves to hospitals with large numbers of heart procedures. But smaller facilities are crying foul.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2018

Chipotle To Retrain Employees After Latest Outbreak Of Food Poisoning
The announcement comes after health officials said an outbreak last month that sickened nearly 650 customers in Ohio was caused by a bacteria that thrives in food kept warm for long periods.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Cannabis Producer Gets $4 Billion Investment From Beer Company
The giant influx of cash from Constellation Brands is the largest strategic investment in the cannabis market to date. It nearly quadruples the alcohol company's stake in Canopy Growth to 38 percent.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Walmart And Others Offer Workers Payday Loan Alternative
When lower income working Americans have an unexpected expense, many turn to high-cost loans and get in financial trouble. More employers are giving them a much cheaper way to get emergency cash.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

We Buy A Cryptokitty!
Today on The Indicator: Cardiff and Stacey go deep into the world of the blockchain... to buy a cartoon cat.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Journalists Nationwide Push Back Against President Trump's Anti-Media Rhetoric
More than 300 papers have heeded the call of The Boston Globe to run editorials on Thursday standing up for the press in the face of President Trump's ongoing anti-media rhetoric.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

U.S. Sues Operators Of Pirate Radio Station That Aired Alex Jones' Show
The operators told the FCC they didn't recognize its right to regulate them. They were hit with a $15,000 penalty "for willful and repeated violation" of laws. Now the FCC has brought in the DOJ.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

U.S. Sues Operators Of Pirate Texas Station Known As 'Alex Jones Radio'
The operators told the FCC they didn't recognize its right to regulate them. They were hit with a $15,000 penalty "for willful and repeated violation" of laws. Now the FCC has brought in the DOJ.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Are Job Ads Targeting Young Workers Breaking The Law?
Many employers use online ads to attract younger workers. Several pending lawsuits are testing whether employers using highly targeted recruitment ads can be sued for age discrimination.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

49 Senators Want To Keep Protections Of Military Lending Act In Place
The senators question a Trump administration decision to stop enforcing parts of the Military Lending Act. They wrote the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau demanding the administration reconsider.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Farmers Swept Up In Trade Wars Remember '80s Grain Embargo
Farmers have worked for decades to lock in global customers. One Kansas farmer says U.S. trade wars threaten that, and remind him of the Soviet grain embargo nearly 40 years ago.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Farmers Swept Up In Trade Wars, Remember 80's Grain Embargo
Farmers have worked for decades to lock in global customers. One Kansas farmer says U.S. trade wars threaten that, and remind him of the Soviet grain embargo nearly 40 years ago.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2018

Hundreds Of Newspapers Denounce Trump's Attacks On Media In Coordinated Editorials
Editorial staff at The Boston Globe coordinated a campaign for hundreds of papers to simultaneously publish opinion pieces defending the role of the free press.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

Journalist Austin Tice's Parents Are Still Fighting For Their Son's Return
Journalist Austin Tice has been missing in Syria for six years after being abducted by militants. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with his parents, Debra and Marc Tice, about their fight to bring him home.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

This Wyoming Company Is Trying To Put Blockchain To Use In The Agriculture Industry
The idea is to tag cattle, update their blockchain data with information about their free-range, grass-fed quality of life and sell their beef at a premium.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

Where's The Beef? Wyoming Ranchers Bet On Blockchain To Track It
The idea is to tag cattle, update their blockchain data with information about their free-range, grass-fed quality of life and sell their beef at a premium.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

Cryptokitties: The Download On Digital Cats
How a single cartoon cat can cost $140K.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

New Zealand Bans Home Sales To Most Foreigners: 'It's Not A Right, It's A Privilege'
Squeezed by high prices and low home ownership, the country's housing market has become a big concern for New Zealanders. As part of their solution, lawmakers took aim at buyers beyond their borders.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

What's Included In The Latest MoviePass Plan To Save Its Business
As MoviePass is struggling and trying to launch its latest plan, Dealflicks, another movie ticket subscription service, is calling it quits.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey Counterpunches By Raising Tariffs On U.S. Goods
Ankara has increased tariffs on U.S. products ranging from liquor to automobiles to beauty products, in some cases more than tripling them.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey's President Calls For A Boycott Of American Electronic Products
The move follows President Trump's decision to double tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the country. All this threatens to worsen Turkey's ongoing economic crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

U.S.-China Tariff Fight Keeps Some Cargo Ships Circling Destinations
Steve Inskeep talks to Mark Szokyoni, executive editor of The Journal of Commerce about how the tariff spat between China and the U.S. affects cross-ocean shipping and logistics.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2018

After Trump Tariffs, Relations With Turkey Are At A Low Point
David Greene talks Amanda Sloat of the Brookings Institution about President Trump's recent hard-line stance with Turkey which sparked an economic crisis for the country.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

Tinder Co-Founders Sue App's Owners For At Least $2B, Saying They Were 'Cheated'
The lawsuit also says the parent companies "whitewashed" sexual harassment claims against an executive carrying out a plan to hide Tinder's full value. The companies blast the suit as "sour grapes."

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

From Prison To The Workforce
People who've been to prison find it hard to get work once they're free. One solution to the problem may be a simple certificate.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

Romancing With Cheese: Wisconsin Cheesemakers Hope For Access To New Markets
Wisconsin cheesemakers are courting new markets for their cheese after tariffs of up to 25 percent have been slapped on U.S. dairy exports to China and Mexico.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

Feds Urge States To Encourage Cheaper Health Plans Off Insurance Exchanges
The government suggests that insurers offer plans off the health law marketplaces that don't have surcharges added last year to make up for a cut in federal funding.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

'Yes In My Backyard' Movement Grows As Bay Area Housing Tightens
Developers have long fought regulatory hurdles standing in the way of new housing. But as home prices have soared, they're joined by a young and increasingly powerful political force: the YIMBYs.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

What's In Your Shopping Cart? A Battleground For Global Trade
As a trade war brews between the U.S. and its major trading partners, we looked into the carts of back-to-school shoppers to see how global trade might show up in their baskets

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

Uh Oh, Germany Is Rapidly Running Out Of Beer Bottles
In Germany, beer consumption is up as temperatures remain unusually high. This is good and bad news for the beer industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

Uh-Oh, Germany Is Rapidly Running Out Of Beer Bottles
In Germany, beer consumption is up as temperatures remain unusually high. This is good and bad news for the beer industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2018

India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
Posh private hospitals give world-class care — and serve lattes. At government facilities, cancer patients sleep on the sidewalk. But the prime minister has a plan to help the poor.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Impact Of Facebook's False Posts Is Difficult To Measure
Facebook determined that some of the event pages organizing last weekend's counter-protests were fake and took them down. How that affected genuine organizing efforts is hard to assess.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Fears Of Global Ripple Effects Grow As Turkey's Financial Problems Continue
The Turkish Lira has plummeted over the weekend, hitting a record low against the U.S. dollar. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to global economist Eswar Prasad about the fall and the larger effects on the global economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Messy Desks, Light Bulbs & Dune
We play overrated/underrated with Tim Harford, author of 'Fifty Inventions that Shaped the Modern Economy.' We talk messy desks, light bulbs and Dune, the board game.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

How Are Tariffs Affecting You?
Are you noticing any effects from the tariffs in your daily life or work? Are you paying less or more for products you buy at the supermarket or for your business? NPR wants to hear from you.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk Says Saudi Investment Fund Could Help Him Take Tesla Private
The Tesla CEO, reportedly under scrutiny by federal regulators for earlier statements, says the Saudi fund is looking to diversify away from oil with a bigger investment in the electric car company.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Required Reading: Julie Schumacher's New Novel Satirizes Academia
Requiring college students to study Shakespeare might not be hilarious, but a new novel centering on a battle over The Bard is being described as such.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

The Relentless Pace Of Satisfying Fans Is Burning Out Some YouTube Stars
In the age of fast-paced social media, the pressure to perform has reached new heights. Like many entertainers who dream of reaching the top, YouTube stars are discovering it's not all fun and games.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Ben & Jerry's 'Milk With Dignity' Pact With Farmworkers Seems To Be Paying Off
Some workers say wages and living conditions have improved. Farms have also committed to providing five annual paid sick days, five paid vacation days and to meet housing health and safety standards.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Fact-Checking Trump's Tweets On The Economy
David Greene checks in with David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, for context and comment on President Trump's latest tweets on trade and the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Viral Video: Baltimore Officer, Seen Pummeling Man, Resigns
The Baltimore Police Department announced on Sunday that it has accepted the resignation of an officer who was seen in a video posted on social media repeatedly punching a man on the street.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Tariffs Strain Relations Between U.S. And Turkey
Noel King talks to Elmira Bayrasli — who served in the State Department during the Clinton administration, and now teaches international affairs at Bard College — about the tariffs.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2018

White House Takes Aim At Financial Protections For Military
Documents obtained by NPR show proposed changes that critics say would leave service members vulnerable to getting ripped off when they buy cars.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 12, 2018

For Some Facebook Employees, Free Food Is Coming To An End
Some cities in the Bay Area want to stop tech companies from offering free or discounted food in their cafeterias. The idea is to make employees go to local businesses for their meals.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 12, 2018

Terminally Ill Man Awarded $289 Million In Lawsuit Against Monsanto
A California jury says Monsanto is liable for former groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson's terminal illness and should pay him $289 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Delay In Manafort Trial
NPR's Lakshmi Singh asks ex-prosecutor Seth Waxman to assess the Paul Manafort trial and a contempt ruling against a witness who failed to appear before a grand jury in another special counsel case.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

We Asked: How Is The Homeownership Crisis Affecting You?
More than 450 people responded to our callout on social media that asked our NPR audience what they've experienced while trying to buy a home in today's market. Here's what they told us.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Gets Mellow
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota, once notorious for nudity and brawls, eases into its 78th year.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Cafe Near Courthouse Will Hold Your Phone, For A Fee
Phones and other electronic devices aren't allowed in the courthouse of the Paul Manafort trial, so a nearby cafe is holding people's phones for a small fee.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Rural America Faces A Crisis In 'Adequate Housing'
Small towns have their own version of the housing crisis: not enough homes being built, plus a lack of move-in ready homes. Local leaders say it's hard to expand the tax base without more homes.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Ralph Nader On Apple's Billions
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader is not impressed with how Apple is spending its excess billions. Nader shares his suggestions for the company with NPR's Scott Simon.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2018

Ralph Nader On What He Thinks Apple Should Do With Its Excess Billions
The longtime consumer advocate says that now that Apple is a trillion dollar company, it could be doing more for its employees and shareholders.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2018

Privacy Please: Why Public Companies Go Private (Or Vice Versa)
Today on the Indicator: why companies decide to be publicly-traded or privately-owned. It's all about control. And money.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2018

Why Major U.S. Companies Still Have So Few Women CEOs
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with journalist Vauhini Vara of The Atlantic about her recent reporting on the decline of female leadership in corporate America.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2018

From Mills To Manufacturers, Steel Tariffs Produce Winners And Losers
President Trump boasts that his trade policies are bringing back the steel industry, but corporate earnings reports suggest they're also hurting the bottom line at some manufacturing companies.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Doubles Tariffs On Steel, Aluminum From Turkey
President Trump called for a doubling in the tariff on imported steel and aluminum from Turkey, escalating a diplomatic spat with a key NATO ally.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2018

Why Trading Venezuelan Bolivar For U.S. Dollars Is Dangerous
Venezuela's currency is losing value so quickly, residents are trying to trade it for anything else, like sacks of sugar. We meet a woman who helped citizens access U.S. dollars. Now she's on the run.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

The Arid West Moves East, With Big Implications For Agriculture
An imaginary map line dividing East and West illustrates a climate boundary that has influenced how and where people live and work. Its eastward shift could predict changes in farming and ranching.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

For These Workers, Tariffs Are More Than An Abstract Concept
Tariffs are an abstract economic concept to most people, but to the workers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection inside a mostly unnoticed building in Newark, N.J., tariffs are precise, specific and tangible.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

What Led To New York City's Legislation To Cap The Number Of Ride-Hailing Vehicles
On Wednesday, New York City passed legislation that caps the number of ride-hailing vehicles for Uber and Lyft. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Wired writer Aarian Marshall about the change.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

How Tribune Media's $3.9 Billion Merger With Sinclair Fell Apart
Tribune Media says it's pulling out of a proposed merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group while also announcing a $1 billion lawsuit against the conservative television company saying its "misconduct" torpedoed the deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

The OG Yield Curve Whisperer
A conversation with Campbell Harvey, whose 1986 thesis first explained how the yield curve could predict the direction of the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

Tribune Media Pulls Out Of $3.9 Billion Sinclair Merger
Tribune Media has called off a $3.9 billion merger deal with Sinclair Broadcast Group. CNN's Hadas Gold joins NPR's David Greene to discuss what the termination means.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

New York City Temporarily Halts More Uber And Lyft Cars On The Road
The New York City Council voted to put new licenses for Uber and Lyft cars on hold for a year to study the services' effect on traffic congestion and look at how drivers are paid.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

Tribune Media Spikes Merger Deal With Sinclair, And Sues Its Former Suitor
Tribune CEO Peter Kern said Thursday that the deal unraveled because Sinclair chose to follow a strategy that was only in its own self-interest.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

Head Of South Carolina's Chamber Of Commerce On Escalating Trade War
David Greene talks to chamber president Ted Pitts, about how trade policy is affecting businesses in the state. One company said it would lay off more than 100 workers because of tariffs.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

Colorado Voters May Get A Chance To Weigh In On Oil And Gas Issues
Signatures for ballot initiatives — one by advocates for residents opposed to fracking; the other by advocates for landowners seeking to protect mineral rights — have been submitted to officals.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2018

U.S. To Impose New Sanctions On Russia For Nerve Agent Attacks
The move, which comes months after the attack in the U.K. on Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, follows pressure on the Trump administration from lawmakers in both parties.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

New York City Passes Legislation Restricting Growth Of Ride-Hailing Apps
New York City passed a law Wednesday capping the number of ride-hailing cars from companies such as Lyft and Uber for one year.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

A Flourishing Region, A Withered Paper: Denver Post's Run Of Bad News
Deep cuts threaten The Denver Post's ability to cover a metro region of 2.9 million people. A group of former Post journalists are establishing a digital rival as fears rise over the paper's future.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Trickle-Down Economics: Pricing H2O
What's the best way to price water in a drought, to ensure people get what they need without breaking the bank?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

California Company Reaches $119.5 Million Settlement Over Massive Gas Leak
For months, starting in late 2015, a gas leak in Los Angeles spewed methane into the air. The Southern California Gas Company has agreed to reimburse local governments and mitigate the damage.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Jack Dorsey Explains Why Twitter Didn't Block Alex Jones, Bucking Big Tech Trend
YouTube, Apple and Facebook banned outlets for the conspiracy theorist this week in what Jones called a "purge." Twitter's CEO said the company wouldn't "succumb and simply react to outside pressure."

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Explains Why Alex Jones Isn't Banned, In Big Tech Exception
YouTube, Apple and Facebook banned outlets for the conspiracy theorist this week in what Jones called a "purge." Dorsey said the company wouldn't "succumb and simply react to outside pressure."

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

New York Congressman Arrested On Insider Trading Charges
Rep. Chris Collins was charged with securities fraud along with his son and another man. Collins is accused of passing inside stock information to his son, who used it to make favorable trades.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

New York Congressman Pleads Not Guilty To Insider Trading Charges
Rep. Chris Collins was charged with securities fraud along with his son and another man. Collins is accused of passing inside stock information to his son, who used it to make favorable trades.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

For Berlin, Invasive Crustaceans Are A Tough Catch And A Tough Sell
Louisiana crawfish have invaded waterways in Germany's capital. Wildlife officials licensed a fisherman to catch them for chefs, hoping a taste for "Berlin Lobster" might control the invasive species.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Elon Musk Wants To Take Tesla Private
Tesla's stock soared Tuesday after CEO Elon Musk said he wants to take the company private. The announcement hammered short sellers and raised questions about the company's future.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Ohio Medicaid Pushes For More Transparency In Prescription Drug Plans
CVS Caremark is suing Ohio Medicaid officials to block release of a report the agency commissioned to show how the pharmacy benefit manager does business, and ultimately how drug prices are set.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Missouri Voters Reject Right-To-Work Law
Voters in Missouri resoundingly struck down that state's right-to-work law after labor unions in Missouri organized a strong signature campaign to get a referendum on the ballot.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

States Question Costs Of Middlemen That Manage Medicaid Drug Benefits
Companies that negotiate drug prices for insurance plans keep a big cut of the money. In Ohio, a battle is brewing over whether their services are worth the cost.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2018

Missouri Blocks Right-To-Work Law
A ballot measure supporting a Republican-backed law that prohibits compulsory union membership and fees was overwhelmingly rejected even in the state's deep red regions.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Considering Taking Company Private
Tesla stock soared on Tuesday after CEO Elon Musk said he's considering taking the company private. It also raised many questions about the future of the electric car company.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

8 Years After Going Public, Elon Musk Wants To Take Tesla Private
Tesla's CEO said that as a public company, the automaker is distracted by wild swings in stock price and is under "enormous pressure" to make decisions that might hurt the company in the long term.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

Sanctions, Iran, And The Battle Over SWIFT
Today on the Indicator: How a small Belgian company wields enormous influence in global finance and diplomacy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

Iran Braces For New U.S. Sanctions To Further Cripple Economy
The new sanctions, which were previously lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, severely limit Iran's ability to buy U.S. currency and issue sovereign debt, and place restrictions on trade with Iran.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

Hundreds Of Bikes Dumped At Dallas Recycling Center As Ofo Leaves Market
"Terrible," Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said of the sight of hundreds of bikes in a massive pile. Ofo sold the bicycles as scrap metal.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

Genetic Tests Can Hurt Your Chances Of Getting Some Types Of Insurance
Federal law keeps insurers from using genetic test results when pricing and issuing health insurance. But the tests might keep you from being able to get life insurance or a long-term-care policy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2018

SpaceX Falcon 9 Lifts Off In Florida, Places Indonesian Satellite In Orbit
The launch marks the first reuse of an improved Falcon 9 "Block 5," which includes several upgrades designed to allow SpaceX to quickly refurbish and re-launch the rocket.

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