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Jun 26, 2019

Could The Old AT&T Break-Up Offer Lessons For Big Tech Today?
In 1984, AT&T was formally broken up by the government. By most accounts it was a successful divestiture. But is it a model for the break up of the big tech companies that some are now calling for?

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Using Food Stamps For Online Grocery Shopping Is Getting Easier
Walmart is expanding a program for food stamp recipients to buy groceries online and pick them up in stores. It's the latest move to give them more options in the era of online shopping.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Wayfair Employees Protest Sale Of Furniture To Migrant Detention Center
"This is the first time I felt like I needed to hit the streets to make sure I was proud of my company, to make sure I was happy to work for them," employee Madeline Howard said at the walkout.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Iran Is About To Exceed Uranium Limits. Is The Nuclear Deal Dying?
As soon as Thursday, Iran is expected to surpass a key limit set in place by the 2015 nuclear agreement. It could spell the end of the deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Supreme Court Hands Total Wine, Other Out-Of-State Liquor Retailers A Big Win
The court struck down a Tennessee alcohol licensing residency requirement, opening up the pathway for big-box stores to enter the market.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Supreme Court Hands Total Wine, Other Out-Of-State Liquor Retailers, Big Win
The court struck down a Tennessee alcohol licensing residency requirement, opening up the pathway for big-box stores to enter the market.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Why Facebook Won't Kick Off A Warlord
Facebook banned far-right extremist Alex Jones. But it won't remove the warlord Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo in Sudan from the platform, even though he oversaw the killing of more than 100 people.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Deal Or No Deal? The Stakes Are High For Trump-Xi Trade Talks
President Trump is due to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping this weekend, raising hopes the two leaders might call a truce in their trade war. The White House has downplayed expectations of a deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Persistent Wet Weather Interferes With Midwest Farmers' Planting
After record flooding across the Midwest, some farmers are wrestling with whether to plant anything at all this season.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Presidential Contenders Make Higher Education Costs A Hot Button Issue
Democratic presidential candidates want to see who can be the most generous when it comes to alleviating higher education costs. Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to cancel $1.6 trillion in student loan debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2019

Iranians, Already Dealing With Punishing Sanctions, Get Hit With More
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jon Gambrell of The Associated Press about the reaction inside Iran to newly imposed sanctions by the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

A Whole Lot Of Improv: Southwest Readjusts To A World Without The Boeing 737 Max
Southwest Airlines is the biggest operator of Boeing's 737 Max in the U.S. While the plane remains grounded following two fatal overseas crashes, Southwest has had to juggle its flight operations.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

FedEx Pushes Back On Trump Administration's Efforts To Target Telecom Giant Huawei
The Trump administration has been stepping up efforts to stop shipments of technology to China. Fedex has sued the Commerce Department saying the restrictions are nearly impossible to comply with.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

FedEx Sues U.S. Commerce Department Over Export Controls In Huawei Dispute
FedEx has been caught up in the conflict between the Trump administration and Huawei Technologies. Now, the shipper is suing the government to block it from enforcing export regulations against FedEx.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Foresight 2020: Health Care
We expand our coverage of the upcoming presidential election by diving deep on health care.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Analysis: The Politics Of National Humiliation In The Trump-Xi Meeting
Under the Communist Party's ideological reeducation of China's population, humiliation by foreign powers forms an emotional underpinning of the country's national identity.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Chooses To Hit Iran Economically Rather Than Militarily
NPR's Noel King talks to NPR's Tom Bowman and Adam Smith, a former senior advisor to the director of the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control, about U.S. actions against Iran.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

How To Start A Revolution
Revolutions don't just happen. A data-driven approach to studying activism suggests two characteristics can vastly increase chances of success.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Directs Azar To Help Make Health Care Costs More Transparent
NPR's Noel King talks to Health and Human Service Secretary Alex Azar about President Trump's executive order issued Monday on health care pricing and transparency.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Directs Alex Azar To Help Make Health Care Costs More Transparent
NPR's Noel King talks to Health and Human Service Secretary Alex Azar about President Trump's executive order issued Monday on health care pricing and transparency.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

High Court Strikes Down Law That Barred Trademarking 'Immoral' Words
The Supreme Court threw out a ban on trademarks with "immoral" or "scandalous" content. That clears the path for a clothing line with a four-letter brand to win a trademark, but what about others?

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

News Brief: Shipping Coalition, Migrant Children, Opioid Settlement
Trump calls on allies to help in the Persian Gulf. Migrant children are removed from a squalid holding center in Texas. And, an Oklahoma judge approves an $85 million settlement with an opioid maker.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2019

Oklahoma Judge OKs $85 Million Settlement With Teva Pharmaceuticals
Feuding state parties have reached a compromise over how to spend the $85 million the state won in a settlement with a pharmaceutical company which was being sued over its role in the opioid crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump's Plan To Lower Your Hospital Costs: Here's What You Need To Know
A broad executive order issued Monday is supposed to help consumers get better estimates of health care costs. But whether it will be a game changer depends on the details, say health care analysts.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Instagram Advertising: Do You Know It, When You See It?
"Micro-influencers" work with big companies to sell products on social media. Consumer groups are increasingly concerned that many posts on Instagram and platforms aren't clearly marked as ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

How Georgia Became A Surprising Bright Spot In The U.S. Solar Industry
Solar is booming in Georgia, and it's not because of state mandates supporting renewable energy or concerns about climate change. Instead, powerful market forces are driving the growth.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Eldorado Resorts Buys Caesars For $17.3 Billion
To acquire the venerable Caesars name and properties, Eldorado will part with $7.2 billion in cash and around 77 million in stock shares.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Skyrider 3.0: It's An Airline Seat But You're Sort Of Standing
Air travelers are perched on the Skyrider 3.0 and their legs hang down like they're riding a horse. One aviation journalist called it a torture chamber.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump Expected To Impose More Sanctions On Iran
President Trump is set to announce new sanctions to maximize pressure on Iran to limit its nuclear ambitions. Will the strategy work?

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump To Sign Executive Order Aimed At Health Care Costs
As a candidate, President Trump argued that the government should work to lower drug prices. As president, his administration is finding that his promise is more complicated to keep than expected.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2019

Criticism Surrounds Facebook's Proposed Jump Into Cryptocurrency
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with media studies professor Lana Swartz about Facebook's proposed currency, Libra.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2019

Amazon Explores Having Its Drones Provide 'Home Surveillance' For Customers
The tech giant is moving closer to a future in which customers order drones to hover around a home and scan for things like a garage door left open, a broken window, graffiti or a fire.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2019

1st-Time Homebuyers Are Getting Squeezed Out By Investors
The pool of smaller, affordable starter houses is low. And the market for these first-time home purchases is increasingly being driven by investors who help push prices out of reach.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2019

Friday News Roundup - International
After Iran shot down an unmanned American drone, tensions in the region escalated even higher.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2019

Friday News Roundup - Domestic
What did President Trump's Orlando rally tell us about his reelection strategy?

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2019

Ever Plugged A USB In Wrong? Of Course You Have. Here's Why
It's often hard to plug in a USB device on the first try. Ajay Bhatt, the chief inventor of the USB, agrees the design is annoying but says there was a good reason for it.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2019

2020 Democrats Offer Up Affordable Housing Plans Amid Surging Prices
Candidates have proposed everything from tax credits for renters to spending billions on new affordable housing to address a prime example of racial and income inequality.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

New Report Says Women Will Soon Be Majority Of College-Educated U.S. Workers
This year women who graduated from college will likely make up a majority of adults with degrees in the U.S. labor force. The increase could signal greater earning potential for women in the future.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

Fashion Statement: Putting Your Mouth Where Your Money Is
Our friends may not be independent thinkers, but we are...right? Not quite. Researchers have found that many of our personal preferences are heavily shaped by the whims and wishes of others.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

Are Big Cities Overrated? Economists Say Yes, In Some Cases
It's long been popular wisdom in America that if you want to make it, you should pack up and move to the big city. But new research from economists offers caution for a huge segment of the workforce.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

U.S. Labor Movement Pushes Back On New Trade Deal For U.S, Mexico And Canada
President Trump is pushing hard to pass a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada through Congress. Some labor leaders are fighting hard against it because they see it as too similar to NAFTA.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

Tensions With Iran Unlikely To Lead To Repeat Of 'Tanker War'
The recent attacks on oil tankers amid rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran has happened before. In the 1980s, the U.S. needed Gulf oil. Today, not so much.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

Tourists Distressed By Unexplained Deaths In The Dominican Republic
The FBI is helping local authorities in the Dominican Republic investigate the recent unexplained deaths and illnesses of several Americans.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

Federal Reserve Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged For The Time Being
NPR's Noel King talks to David Wessell, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about the Federal Reserve indicating it may cut interest rates in the future.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

How 1 Farmer Navigates California's Strict Limit On Ground Water
New rules in California governing groundwater usage have pushed farmers to experiment with some innovative techniques, including developing micro markets for water.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 20, 2019

How 1 Farmer Navigates California's Strict Limit On Groundwater
New rules in California governing groundwater usage have pushed farmers to experiment with some innovative techniques, including developing micro markets for water.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Pilots Criticize Boeing, Saying 737 Max 'Should Never Have Been Approved'
"Sully" Sullenberger, who landed a plane on the Hudson River in 2009, says he understands how the pilots of two jets that crashed would have been confused as they struggled to control the aircraft.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

NYC's Controversial New Rent Measures Could Spread To The Rest Of The State
As tenants embrace protections in New York state's new rent regulations, critics worry it will chase landlords out of the business and degrade rental housing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

NYC's Controversial Rent-Control Measure Could Spread To The Rest Of The State
As tenants embrace protections in New York state's new rent-control measures, critics worry it will chase landlords out of the business and degrade rental housing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Putting A Price On Chat: Slack Is Going Public At $16 Billion Value
In just five years, Slack has grown to more than 10 million users and become a verb in the process. "I'll Slack you" is shorthand for sending a message via the chat platform. Now it's going public.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Putting A Price On Chat: Slack Stock Jumps In Early Trading
Slack has grown to more than 10 million users and become a verb in the process. "I'll Slack you" is shorthand for sending a message via the chat platform. Its stock soared in its public debut.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Putting A Price On Chat: Slack Stock Jumps On First Day Of Trading
Slack has grown to more than 10 million users and has become a verb in the process. "I'll Slack you" is shorthand for sending a message via the chat platform. Its stock soared in its public debut.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

There's More To Look Forward To After Peaking Professionally
Social scientist Arthur Brooks set out to figure out how life after 50 can be more professionally fulfilling. His advice? "Stop being an innovator and start being an instructor."

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged For Now
The Federal Reserve left rates alone, despite pressure from President Trump to pump more money into the economy. But the central bank signaled a willingness to cut rates in the future if needed.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged For Now, Cites Economic 'Uncertainties'
The Federal Reserve left rates alone, despite pressure from President Trump to pump more money into the economy. But the central bank signaled a willingness to cut rates in the future if needed.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Fed Ponders When To Cut Interest Rates
There's an unusual air of suspense surrounding the Federal Reserve's policy meeting, with the possibility that the central bank could cut rates for the first time in nearly 11 years.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Trump Administration Weakens Climate Plan To Help Coal Plants Stay Open
The Trump administration is replacing one of President Barack Obama's signature plans to address climate change. It may help coal-fired power plants but is unlikely to slow the industry's decline.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Why The American Shoe Disappeared And Why It's So Hard To Bring It Back
Footwear companies face big costs in potential new tariffs on more Chinese imports. Almost all shoes sold in the U.S. are made overseas. Only about 200 factories remain. One man tried to change that.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

From A Napkin To A White House Medal — The Path Of A Controversial Economic Idea
Art Laffer receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom Wednesday. For decades, Laffer has promoted the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves, against all evidence to the contrary.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Boeing Still Reeling
Boeing got a big vote of confidence in its troubled 737 Max. A European airlines group has inked a deal to buy 200 of the jets. But the troubles are far from over.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 19, 2019

Canada's Trudeau Approves Controversial Pipeline Expansion
The prime minister first approved the project, which is opposed by many environmental groups, in 2016, but Tuesday's announcement means construction can begin later this year.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

California Utility PG&E To Pay $1 Billion To Local Governments For Wildfire Damage
Attorneys for a group of counties and cities announced the proposed settlement Tuesday to help cover taxpayer losses from wildfires dating back to 2015.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Florida Wants To Import Medicine From Canada. But How Would That Work?
A bill that the governor signed this month would let Florida make bulk purchases of prescription drugs from Canada. It's now law but still faces big hurdles that could keep it from becoming reality.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Google Will Devote $1 Billion To Try To Tame Housing Costs In Bay Area
Over the next 10 years, Google hopes to help bring 20,000 new homes to the local market. Part of the company's plan calls for rezoning land it owns for residential use.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Google Will Devote $1 Billion To Try To Tame Housing Costs In S.F. Bay Area
Over the next 10 years, Google hopes to help bring 20,000 new homes to the local market. Part of the plan calls for rezoning company-owned land so that it can be used for residential housing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Google Will Devote $1 Billion To Try To Tame Housing Costs In SF Bay Area
Over the next 10 years, Google hopes to help bring 20,000 new homes to the local market. Part of the plan calls for rezoning company-owned land so that it can be used for residential housing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Facebook Unveils Libra Cryptocurrency, Sets Launch For 2020
Libra will be controlled by a nonprofit group in which Facebook will share responsibilities with companies ranging from Mastercard and PayPal to Uber and Ebay.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Facebook Announces Plans To Launch Cryptocurrency Called Libra
Facebook says that by next year people on apps like Whatsapp and Messenger will be able to basically text payments. This news comes as regulators are asking if the tech giant is already too powerful.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Apple's Buying Power And The Woman Who Named It
Celebrating the legacy of Joan Robinson, the British economic theorist who named a powerful — and increasingly worried about — force in the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Apple's Scary Buying Power And The Woman Who Named It
Celebrating the legacy of Joan Robinson, the British economic theorist who named a powerful — and increasingly worried about — force in the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

2019 International Air Show Opens In France
A major question on everyone's mind at this year's Paris Air Show is the future prospects of Boeing after the grounding of the 737 Max jets. There have been two deadly crashes involving the plane.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 18, 2019

Denver Apparel Company Executive To Testify Against Planned Tariffs On Chinese Import
Noel King talks to Gail Ross, COO of Krimson Klover, about what she plans to say during public hearings on the Trump administration's proposal to place additional tariffs on Chinese imports.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Sports Illustrated Magazine Now Under Ross Levinsohn, Exec With Controversial Past
The storied magazine was sold last month. And now editorial control of the 65-year-old magazine has been licensed to TheMaven, a digital outfit that is bringing in a controversial CEO.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

'Sports Illustrated' Magazine Now Under Ross Levinsohn, Exec With Controversial Past
The storied magazine was sold last month. And now editorial control of the 65-year-old magazine has been licensed to TheMaven, a digital outfit that is bringing in a controversial CEO.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Brands Push Back On Partnering With Social Media Influencers
Brands are expected to spend up to $10 billion by next year on social media influencers. But some companies are fighting back, accusing influencers of just trying to get something for nothing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Businesses Ask That Latest Plan For U.S. Tariffs On China Be Scrapped
President Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on an additional $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. This would mean that just about everything imported from China would be hit with a sharp levy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Business Leaders Converge On Office Of U.S. Trade Representative Over Tariff Concerns
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with American Apparel & Footwear Association CEO Rick Helfenbein about his testimony during Monday's public hearings to the U.S. Trade office concerning tariffs on China.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Sotheby's Announces Its Biggest Sale — Itself — For $3.7 Billion
The deal puts Sotheby's, which was founded in 1744, on a path to becoming a private company again.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Shoppers Dismayed As Technical Problems Strike Target
Technical issues over the weekend left shoppers at Target unable to make purchases. On Saturday, the nationwide checkout system was down, and on Sunday, there was an issue processing credit cards.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

U.S. Trade Office To Hold Hearings On Planned Tariffs On China
Starting Monday, the U.S. trade office holds 7 days of hearings on President Trump's plan to add new tariffs to imports from China. U.S. businesses will be able to speak out for or against the plan.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 17, 2019

Tobacco's 'Special Friend': What Internal Documents Say About Mitch McConnell
The Senate majority leader wants to raise the age for tobacco sales to 21. An NPR review of once-secret documents shows how closely McConnell has worked with the industry over decades.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 16, 2019

Boeing CEO Admits Mistake In 737 MAX Communication
Ahead of Paris Air Show, Dennis Muilenburg concedes his company did not give enough information about a malfunctioning safety light.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 16, 2019

The Food Business Incubator That Helps Immigrant Women Pursue The American Dream
Since 2005, San Francisco's La Cocina has helped low-income entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Some went on to recognition from the prestigious James Beard awards. A new book tells their stories.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 15, 2019

Tennessee Workers Reject Union At Volkswagen Plant — Again
The outcome at the Chattanooga plant is the latest blow against organized labor in the South, where union advocates have tried for years to strengthen representation in auto facilities.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 15, 2019

Target Cash Registers Back Online After Chaotic Nationwide Tech Failure
Target says its cash registers reopened after the company resolved a computer issue. The retailer had been crippled for two hours by a nationwide systems crash.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 15, 2019

Target Faces Chaos As Cash Registers Go Offline
A systems crash has left Target shoppers and employees scrambling nationwide.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 15, 2019

Political Cartoonist On Implications Of 'NYT' Ending Cartoons
NPR's Scott Simon asks political cartoonist Patrick Chappatte about The New York Times' decision to stop publishing political cartoons in its international edition.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 15, 2019

Why Safer Cars Don't Lead To Cheaper Car Insurance ... Yet
Many new cars have optional features that can help prevent accidents. But those same features also make repairs more expensive. The result? Premiums can go up for cars that are less likely to crash.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 14, 2019

Retailers Ask Trump To Stop Tariff Threats On China
More than 600 companies — such as retail giants like Walmart, Target, Macy's and Gap — and trade groups fear tariffs will lead to job loss and will harm both consumers and the U.S. economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 14, 2019

More Evidence In Office Temperature Battles
A recent study finds that the temperature of the workplace could be affecting productivity, and women might be getting the worst of it.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 14, 2019

New Orleans Sues Big Oil
New Orleans is suing oil and gas companies to help it pay for flood protection. It's a major move against an industry that's key to the city's economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 14, 2019

A Not-So-Thrilling Ride For U.S.-Made Roller Coasters
China is a big customer for U.S.-made roller coasters. But since President Trump's trade war, China has imposed steep tariffs on American rides. Some in the industry fear losing a lucrative market.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 14, 2019

Why Air Ambulance Bills Are Still Sky-High
The median air ambulance bill is more than $36,000 and is seldom covered by health plans. So far, legislative hurdles and industry pressure have kept Congress from stepping in.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

Trump Turns Trade Talks Into Spectator Sport
President Trump plans to hold trade talks with his Chinese counterpart. The administration's rhetoric is not the kind of dry, technocratic language one usually associates with trade negotiations.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

How Trump's Threats Of Tariffs Could Affect Future Negotiations
NPR's Mary Louise speaks with Wendy Cutler of the Asia Society Policy Institute, and former U.S. trade negotiator, about how President Trump's tariffs threats could affect future negotiations.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

Attacks On Tankers In Gulf Of Oman Send Oil Prices Up, Sharply
Attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman near the coast of Iran sent oil prices higher and created new uncertainty about the safety of crude shipments in the Middle East.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

From Henry Ford To Elon Musk: The Past, Present And Future Of Cars
Beep beep. Honk.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

What Has The U.S. Gained From Tariff Talks With Mexico?
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to White House trade adviser Peter Navarro about the negotiated tariff settlement between the U.S. and Mexico. NPR's Scott Horsley comments on the discussion.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 13, 2019

Rising Democratic Party Star Urges Hollywood Not To Leave Georgia Over Abortion Law
Rachel Martin talks to Stacey Abrams, Georgia's former gubernatorial candidate, about why she's urging the entertainment industry not to boycott her state over its recent abortion legislation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 12, 2019

Flexible Workspaces Could Be The Future For More Americans In The Next Decade
WeWork has been cropping up in cities all over the world. And now, it's planning to go public. More and more Americans are expected to work from flexible workspaces over the next decade.

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