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Sep 20, 2019

China Detains FedEx Pilot Amid Rising U.S.-China Tensions
The seizure of the pilot, based on an object in his luggage, marks the latest in a series of difficulties for American travelers and companies.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Purdue Pharma Warns That Sackler Family May Walk From Opioid Deal
The company said the cost of fighting lawsuits brought by states could jeopardize its owners' ability to contribute $3 billion to a national opioids settlement.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Colt to Suspend Production of AR-15 Rifles for Consumers
The gun manufacturer said the market had an adequate supply of sporting rifles and it would focus on its military and law enforcement contracts instead.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Bezos and Zuckerberg Take Their Pitches to Washington
The Amazon and Facebook leaders were there for different reasons, but the appearances highlighted their companies' need to reshape the public debate about their practices.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

YouTube Is About to Demote a Wide Swath of Its Creators
YouTube is changing who it will verify and why. Creators say they're baffled and upset.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Purdue Says Sacklers May Walk From Opioid Deal if Judge Does Not Block Cases
The company said the cost of fighting lawsuits brought by states could jeopardize its owners' ability to contribute $3 billion to a national opioids settlement.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Hard Times in Silicon Valley? Not for the Payments Start-Up Stripe
Known for its quiet and steady growth, Stripe said on Thursday that it received new funding that made it worth $35 billion.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Should You Keep Taking Zantac for Your Heartburn?
Versions of the drug have been found to contain low levels of a carcinogen. But it's still on pharmacy shelves. Here's what you need to know.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

The Saudis Are Keeping the Oil Flowing, but It's Not Easy
Saudi Aramco is using up its reserves and buying some oil products in a bid to keep customers happy while damaged facilities are repaired.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Airbnb Says It Plans to Go Public in 2020
Making a public statement about a stock market debut in a particular year is unusual among technology start-ups, which typically keep their plans secret.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Female Artists Made Little Progress in Museums Since 2008, Survey Finds
In the past decade, only 11 percent of all work acquired by the country's top museums was by women.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Is It Time to Quit Vaping?
Health officials have recommended that people refrain from using e-cigarettes as they investigate a severe lung illness that has killed seven people. Here are some things to consider.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

The Fashion Week Diary of Sandy Liang, Fleece Phenom
‘Gorpcore' jackets and '90s-inspired comfort items have made her one of the most sought-after designers in New York.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Trade Conflicts Weigh on Confidence, Posing a Risk to Trump
A survey finds broad-based opposition to the president's trade policies, and concerns about what they could mean for the economy.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

I Buy Kegs for the Office. Do I Have to Buy Tampons, Too?
Here's the difference between ‘nice to have' and ‘need to have' products at work.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon Accelerates Efforts to Fight Climate Change
Pledging that the retailer would be carbon neutral by 2040, Jeff Bezos, the C.E.O., said it was ordering 100,000 electric delivery trucks.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Amazon Pledges to Be Carbon Neutral by 2040
To help meet its goal, Jeff Bezos, Amazon's chief executive, said the company was ordering 100,000 electric delivery trucks.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Walmart's Chief Executive to Chair the Business Roundtable
Walmart C.E.O. Doug McMillon will head the C.E.O. trade group and replace JPMorgan's chief, Jamie Dimon.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

What Makes Someone a Fan?
It's more than just ticket sales. Rich Luker, a social psychologist, studies fandom and why, for example, someone might get a tattoo of their favorite team.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

India Plans to Ban E-Cigarettes, as Global Backlash Intensifies
Juul and other manufacturers had hoped to expand to the country, which has one of the highest rates of tobacco use in the world.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

DealBook Briefing: The Debate Over Profits vs. Public Interest Continues
Many C.E.O.s say they'll focus on helping their communities. Others say they're sticking with profits. It shows that Corporate America has more thinking to do.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Sterilized Workers Seek to Collect Damages Against Dow Chemical in France
A pesticide made by Dow Chemical sterilized thousands of banana workers in Nicaragua decades ago. In an unusual legal move, they are turning to France to enforce payment.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Trial Ends With Acquittals of 3 Executives
The verdict makes it likely that no one will be held criminally responsible for the 2011 meltdown in Japan, which caused damage that could linger for generations.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Buick Name Is Erased From Buicks as Sales Slip for Century-Old Marque
Since 2010, Buick dealers' lots have been filled with a mélange of G.M.-owned vehicles borrowed from Opel, Holden, Daewoo and others, with a Buick badge affixed.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

Former Executives Acquitted Over Fukushima Nuclear Disaster in Japan
Three former leaders of Tokyo Electric Power Company had been charged with criminal negligence over their roles in the meltdown at the plant in 2011.

NYTimes Business
Sep 19, 2019

A Rerun From the 1970s? This Economic Episode Has Different Risks
Labor strife, pressure on the Fed, a sharp rise in oil prices, but without stagflation and other key elements.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

TV Networks Take Down Juul and Other E-Cigarette Ads
Teenage vaping keeps climbing, suggesting that campaigns to curb e-cigarette use among minors were not working.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Wall Street Is Buzzing About Repo Rates. Here's Why.
Signs of stress have emerged in a key market that the financial system relies on every day.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

How Do You Fix … All of It?
A group of leaders in business, politics and academia gathered to try to solve problems from student debt to carbon emissions. Here are their recommendations.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

What Should Young Children Drink? Mostly Milk and Water, Scientists Say
Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Consumer Bureau's Complaints Database Is ‘Here to Stay,' Director Says
Consumer advocates and industry groups had a rare moment of alignment over the future of the publicly available record of complaints brought to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Profits or the Public Interest: The Debate Continues
Making money should not be companies' only goal, Business Roundtable argued recently. There are those who disagree.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Steven Mnuchin on the Economy, and Trump
"You can't cut your way to prosperity. You have to grow your way, and we've grown revenues now."

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Microsoft's President on Silicon Valley in the Cross Hairs
"Until you acknowledge the problems, you can't solve them," Brad Smith said. "And nobody is going to believe you're trying."

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Lee Salem, Champion of Quirky Cartoonists, Is Dead at 73
He nurtured an empire of influential comic strips, including "Cathy," "Doonesbury," "Calvin and Hobbes," "The Boondocks" and "For Better or for Worse."

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

A Preview of the Fed Meeting
There will be a lot of moving parts, but policymakers are unlikely to do enough to satisfy President Trump.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Fed Cuts Interest Rates by Another Quarter Point
The Federal Reserve cut rates for the second time since July as risks to the economic outlook mount.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Luigi Colani, 91, Designer of Fanciful and Futuristic Objects, Dies
Better known for far-out prototypes than actual products, he was seen by his admirers as a visionary in an unimaginative world.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

A Challenge to Big Tech and Antitrust Thinking in a Surprising Place
The University of Chicago has long been associated with the idea that antitrust decisions should be based on prices for consumers, not market dominance. That's starting to change.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Marina Schiano, Distinctive Presence in the Fashion World, Dies at 77
Leaving home in Italy as a teenager, she modeled for Vogue and other magazines before carving out a high-profile career as an executive and stylist.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Trump and California See Same Homeless Problem, but Not the Same Solutions
President Trump's awful descriptions of California's housing woes can't be worse than those of the state's most liberal politicians. But that's where the agreement ends.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

The Family Minivan as Reporting Tool
The finance editor, David Enrich, does a lot of work while on the move (but don't worry, he's not behind the wheel).

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Facebook Has a ‘Supreme Court' Now
The social network announced efforts to limit extremism on its site, including a new definition of terrorism and a panel of content judges.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

The Fed Is Poised to Cut Rates Again. Here's What to Watch.
The central bank is set to announce its decision at 2 p.m. There will be a lot of moving parts, but policymakers are unlikely to do enough to satisfy President Trump.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

Eyes in the Sky Help Farmers on the Ground
Aerial imaging companies using high-resolution cameras and artificial intelligence data analysis are giving the agricultural community a high-tech boost.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

What Really Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max?
Malfunctions caused two deadly crashes. But an industry that puts unprepared pilots in the cockpit is just as guilty.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

U.S. Outlines Plans to Scrutinize Chinese and Other Foreign Investment
International deals involving technology and real estate could be blocked under proposed new rules that would add teeth to a law passed last year.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

With Harrowing Ads, Gun Safety Groups Push a Darker Reality
Numerous mass shootings have activists putting more money into starker marketing campaigns, the latest of which will debut on Wednesday morning.

NYTimes Business
Sep 18, 2019

With Harrowing Ads, Gun Safety Groups Push a Scarier Reality
Numerous mass shootings have activists putting more money into starker marketing campaigns, the latest of which will debut on Wednesday morning.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

G.M. Chief's Test: Satisfy Striking Workers and Sustain Bottom Line
Visits to General Motors plants by Mary Barra this year, ahead of contract talks, did not engender as much harmony as the company might have hoped.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Lawmakers Urge Aggressive Action From Regulators on Big Tech
Senators at a hearing pushed for assurances that the F.T.C. and Justice Department would provide vigorous oversight of the companies.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

IPhone 11 and 11 Pro Review: Thinking Differently in the Golden Age of Smartphones
This is not your typical gadget review. That's because it is time to rethink when to upgrade your iPhone.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Sander Vanocur, TV Newsman Who Covered Kennedy, Dies at 91
A veteran correspondent, he was the last surviving journalist who questioned Nixon and Kennedy in the first televised presidential debate.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Fed Jumps Into Market to Push Down Rates, a First Since the Financial Crisis
The move underscores the limitations of the Fed's new approach to setting interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Cokie Roberts Dies; Veteran Broadcast Journalist Was 75
She was known to millions for her pioneering work for ABC News and NPR.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Madewell Diverges From J. Crew as a Darling of Casual America
The fashion brand filed for an I.P.O. last week, a move signifying how much better positioned it is than its parent company for the current retail environment.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

To G.M. Workers, U.A.W. Strike Is Chance for Overdue Reward
Union members are pushing for what they see as a fair share of the company's hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy, as negotiations continue.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Cokie Roberts, Veteran Broadcast Journalist, Is Dead at 75
She was known to millions for her pioneering work for ABC News and NPR.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Facebook Expands Definition of Terrorist Organizations to Limit Extremism
The change was one of several Facebook announced ahead of a hearing with federal lawmakers on Wednesday.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Cokie Roberts, Veteran Broadcast Newswoman, Is Dead at 75
She was known to millions as a reporter and commentator on ABC News and NPR.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

How an Oil Price Surge Could Hurt the U.S. Economy
The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won't start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Cokie Roberts, Journalist and Commentator, Is Dead at 75
A pioneering and award-winning newswoman for ABC News, she was named a ‘Living Legend' by the Library of Congress.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

They Are What You Eat
A visit to the headquarters of your favorite mall foods.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Company Socializing Has Become Work
Two words: Mandatory. Fun.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

The Awkward but Essential Art of Office Chitchat
We regret to inform you that you need to make small talk with your co-workers. Here's how to master it.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life
Gen Z-ers and millennials have been called lazy and entitled. Could they, instead, be among the first to understand the proper role of work in life?

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Fed Intervenes in Market to Set its Interest Rate, a First Since the Financial Crisis
The move underscores the risks of the Fed's new approach to setting interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

The Plight of the Office Introvert
Open-plan seating. Brainstorming sessions. Shudder.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Personality Tests Are the Astrology of the Office
Psychometric tests like Color Code, Myers-Briggs and DiSC have become a goofy part of corporate life. But what happens when we take them seriously?

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

The Bahamas' Big Need is Tourists, It Says
The 700-island nation is in mourning after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. But with the country dependent upon tourism, travel officials say that many hotels and resorts are open and eager for visitors.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

For G.M. Workers, U.A.W. Strike Is Chance for Overdue Reward
Union members are pushing for what they see as a fair share of the company's hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy, as negotiations continue.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

For G.M. Workers, U.A.W. Strike Is Chance for Overdue Payback
Union members are pushing for what they see as a fair share of the company's hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy, as negotiations continue.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

NBCUniversal Introduces Peacock, Its New Streaming Service
The service joins a competitive streaming field, and it will offer new shows that incorporate elements of older NBCUniversal properties.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

WeWork Delays I.P.O. After Chilly Reception From Investors
The company's parent has been trying to rescue the public offering amid concerns about the high valuation for a business that is deeply unprofitable.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Train Delayed? Relax With a Bolivian Pastry and Bubble Tea
New York is seeking to replace the discount-clothing stores and doughnut chains that line its subway corridors with trendy food halls and upscale shops.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Amazon Offers Millions of Songs in High-Quality Audio. Even Neil Young Approves.
The company addresses a longtime complaint of audiophiles by offering improved audio for 50 million songs. It will cost $15 a month, $13 for members.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

DealBook Briefing: An I.P.O. of WeWork Will Have to Wait
The company pushed back its stock offering, reportedly after investors remained cool to the deal. It's another blow to the business.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

DealBook Briefing: WeWork's I.P.O. Will Have to Wait
The company pushed back its stock offering, reportedly after investors remained cool to the deal. It's another blow to the business.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

How an Oil Price Surge Could Hurt Consumer Spending, and the Economy
The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won't start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

The James Beard Awards Redraws Its Map
California, Texas and New York will become their own regions for the competition, reflecting shifts in population and dining.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

WeWork Pushes Back I.P.O. After Chilly Reception From Investors
The company's parent has been trying to rescue the public offering amid concerns about the high valuation for a business that is deeply unprofitable.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

?Job One for Saudis' New Energy Chief: Picking Up the Pieces
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman was named energy minister less than a week before an aerial attack crippled Saudi Arabia's oil production.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

How to Take Advantage of Shoulder Season
Shoulder season — just before and after peak summer travel time — is when you'll find warm temperatures, smaller crowds and deals.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

An Oil Price Surge Could Hurt Consumer Spending, and the Economy
The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won't start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Train Derails in Hong Kong, Injuring 5 and Snarling Commute
One man and four women were hospitalized after the rush-hour derailment. Such accidents are exceedingly rare in Hong Kong, and the cause was not immediately clear.

NYTimes Business
Sep 17, 2019

Train Derails in Hong Kong, Injuring 3 and Snarling Commute
One man and two women were hospitalized after the rush-hour derailment. Such accidents are exceedingly rare in Hong Kong, and the cause was not immediately clear.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Writers Guild Re-elects Leadership at Odds With Agencies
It has been five months since thousands of movie and TV writers fired their agents and election results indicate the Hollywood standoff will continue.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

G.M. Workers Say They Sacrificed, and Now They Want Their Due
Nearly 50,000 union members are striking for what they see as a fair share of the company's hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Ask Your Questions About Inequality in California
Times reporters are taking a deeper look at the issues driving inequality in California, and we want to know what questions you have. Ask them and help decide what they'll dig into.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Trump Says U.S. and Japan Have Reached Initial Trade Agreement
The pact is expected to be limited in scope, but would give American farmers greater access to the Japanese market.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Would a Purdue Bankruptcy Protect the Sacklers? Good Question.
Here's what the OxyContin maker's Chapter 11 filing means and doesn't mean.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

An Unusual Rise in Interest Rates Roils a Crucial Financial Market
The repo market, part of the financial world's plumbing, is critical to the smooth functioning of Wall Street's biggest institutions.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Paul Ingrassia, Prizewinning Auto Industry Reporter, Dies at 69
He went inside the boardrooms and executive suites in winning a Pulitzer for The Wall Street Journal, then traced the industry's fortunes in books.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

3 From JPMorgan Accused in Scheme to Game Precious Metals Market
The government's indictment said the scheme ran for eight years and generated millions of dollars in profits for the bank. JPMorgan declined to comment.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

After Saudi Attack, Oil Market Is on Edge: ‘What if the Other Shoe Drops?'
Supply disruptions and the risk of future attacks is likely to prop up energy prices, benefiting the oil industry and hurting consumers.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Key Points About the U.A.W. Strike Against General Motors
The walkout by nearly 50,000 union workers could dent the company's bottom line and affect its suppliers.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

What the G.M. Strike Looks Like
The assembly plant in Flint, Mich., has produced millions of vehicles and supported generations of workers. Now a strike has rendered it idle.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

Oil Prices Expected to Remain Elevated After Attack on Saudi Arabia
Supply disruptions and the risk of future attacks is likely to prop up energy prices, benefiting the oil industry and hurting consumers.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

You're Right. You're Spending More Time Sitting on That Plane.
As the number of travelers has grown and airlines have added flights to accommodate them, waiting is now a bigger part of many flights.

NYTimes Business
Sep 16, 2019

A Shadowy Industry Group Shapes Food Policy Around the World
The International Life Sciences Institute, with branches in 17 countries, is funded by giants of the food and drug industries.

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