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NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

The Tale of 2 Economies: Why some Labor Markets had Fast and Slow Recoveries
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Betsey Stevenson, University of Michigan professor and former chief economist under President Barack Obama, about contradicting narratives on the job market.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

Hertz will pay $168 million to customers it falsely accused of stealing its cars
Faulty recordkeeping and failure to rescind police reports led to more than 360 false accusations by the rental car company, resulting in arrests, felony charges and jail time for some customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

Dozens of Taylor Swift fans sue Ticketmaster in the wake of its ticket sale fiasco
The lawsuit, filed Friday, alleges fraud and antitrust violations, among other claims. Nearly 400 more people have since shown interest in joining and will be added as plaintiffs, a lawyer tells NPR.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

Why sanctions against Russia aren't working — yet
When sanctions were enacted against Russia in February of this year, many forecasts were of an imminent collapse in the Russian economy. A new report looks at why that hasn't happened.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

Why The Sanctions Against Russia Aren't Working. Yet.
When sanctions were enacted against Russia in February of this year, all the forecasts were of an imminent collapse in the Russian economy. A new report looks at why that hasn't happened.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

Facebook's own oversight board slams its special program for VIPs
Oversight board says Facebook parent Meta appears to be more concerned with avoiding "provoking" VIPs and evading accusations of censorship than balancing tricky questions of free speech and safety.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 06, 2022

A congressional report says financial technology companies fueled rampant PPP fraud
Fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program, which gave potentially forgivable loans to small businesses during the pandemic, was largely due to financial technology companies, according to a new report.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

Kyrie Irving's partnership with Nike is officially terminated
Following an initial suspension a month ago, Nike has now terminated its contract with Irving over his antisemitic social media posts.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

Supreme Court hears case of web designer who doesn't want to work on same-sex weddings
Lorie Smith says Colorado's public accommodations laws violate her right of free speech.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

TikTokers are paying with cash to deal with debt
With credit card balances rising across the country, an age-old approach is gaining traction on TikTok: tackling debt by paying with cash.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

There's a lithium mining boom, but it's not a jobs bonanza
Lithium mining is experiencing a boom right now, but it's no jobs bonanza. The promised surge in clean-energy jobs is mostly focused farther down the supply chain, like at battery assembly plants.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

What's the secret sauce that lets some poor countries prosper?
In his new book, Gambling on Development, economist Stefan Dercon argues that the key to a low-resource country's success is not what you might think.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

The U.S. wants to slash carbon emissions from power plants. Natural gas is in the way
Despite climate targets set by the Biden administration and corporate executives, the U.S. is still building new natural gas plants that threaten to cause greenhouse gas emissions for decades to come.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

A fight over seats could define the future of an iconic San Francisco movie theater
Conservationists' objections to proposed renovation plans for the 100-year-old Castro Theatre in San Francisco illustrate an ongoing debate about the future of historic theaters.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

A price cap on Russian oil exports agreed to by the G-7 goes into effect today
The restrictions come a day after the members of OPEC Plus — which includes Russia — met and agreed to maintain current oil production targets while they wait and see the effect of the sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

A price cap on Russian oil exports agreed to by the G7 goes into effect today
The restrictions come a day after the members of OPEC Plus — which includes Russia — met and agreed to maintain current oil production targets while they wait and see the effect of the sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 05, 2022

Fight over seats could define future of iconic San Francisco movie theater
Conservationists' objections to proposed renovation plans for the 100-year-old Castro Theatre in San Francisco illustrate an ongoing debate about the future of historic theaters.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2022

Dominion to depose Fox boss Lachlan Murdoch as defamation suit heats up
Lachlan Murdoch, head of Fox News' parent company, is scheduled to be deposed Monday in Dominion's $1.6 billion lawsuit against the company.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 04, 2022

OPEC keeps oil targets the same amid uncertainty on Russian sanctions
The decision at a meeting of oil ministers Sunday comes a day ahead of the planned start of two measures aimed at hitting Russia's oil earnings in response to its invasion of Ukraine.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2022

Thousands protest in South Korea in support of truckers
Demonstrators marched in South Korea's capital denouncing government attempts to force thousands of striking truckers back to work after they walked out in a dispute over the price of freight.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2022

Biden cheers latest job report but inflation worries persist
The US job market is strong, with employers adding more than a quarter-million jobs every month. President Biden cheered the latest jobs report, but it could put more fuel on the fire of inflation.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 03, 2022

Thanks to the 'tripledemic,' it can be hard to find kids' fever-reducing medicines
Makers of products like Children's Tylenol say they're trying to keep up with big demand as RSV, flu, and COVID spread. But medical experts note that kids' fevers don't always call for medicine.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. men's success in the World Cup brings a windfall to the women's team
The success of the men's squad in Qatar will bring players on the women's team more money than they were rewarded for winning the 2019 tournament.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. employers add 263,000 jobs in November
U.S. employers added 263,000 jobs in November. A Labor Department report shows wages are climbing quickly, which is good for workers but could complicate efforts to curb inflation.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

One economist's argument for heat safety regulations
As California considers new heat safety regulations for indoor workers one economist argues that it would be a win-win for both employees and their employers.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

Gas prices are lower than when Russia invaded Ukraine
Gas prices are now lower than when Russia invaded Ukraine in February and are expected to fall even further, a likely relief to many stretching their savings during the holiday season.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

How and why Pantone picked 'Viva Magenta' as its 2023 color of the year
After much research and consideration, the Pantone Color Institute has revealed the color of the year for 2023. It calls Viva Magenta "an unconventional shade for an unconventional time."

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

Some rail workers say Biden "turned his back on us" in deal to avert rail strike
With a strike looming, President Biden called on Congress to pass legislation imposing a contract deal that four rail unions had rejected, citing its lack of paid sick days.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

What to know about the West's new efforts to slash Russia's oil revenue
Plans take effect next week that would ban most Russian oil imports from Europe and put a price cap on the oil going elsewhere. But Russia could still make money off oil to fund its war in Ukraine.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

The felony tax fraud trial of the Trump Organization is winding down
Closing arguments are underway in the Trump Organization's tax fraud trial in New York. Defense attorneys claim a former senior executive committed crimes to benefit himself.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

What kinds of jobs will be created by offshore wind farms?
When President Biden talks about America's clean energy transition, he often mentions good paying union jobs. We examine what jobs the offshore wind industry could offer.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

The stalemate between railroads and their unions could be coming to an end
President Biden is expected to sign a bill forcing the railroad unions to accept an agreement negotiated months ago — putting an end to a years-long bargaining process.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

Planet Money's 'The Indicator': How Musk bought Twitter with other people's money
Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion, but almost a third of it was in bank loans. He used a leveraged buyout strategy, which means Twitter, not Musk, is on the hook to pay back the loans.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

FTX collapse offers lessons about the cyber risks of cryptocurrency investing
The scandal involving the "King of Crypto" and the crash of his cryptocurrency exchange FTX continues to unfold. Former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is under investigation for financial crimes.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

What we know about the deadliest U.S. bird flu outbreak in history
The U.S. is enduring its worst poultry health disaster, with some 52.7 million birds dead. Unlike another recent outbreaks, this one has lasted through the summer — and it's still going strong.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

The U.S. gained 263,000 jobs last month. It's good news for workers, but not the Fed
Hiring slowed slightly in November amid rising interest rates. But the U.S. job market remains unusually tight. Employers added 263,000 jobs in November while unemployment held steady at 3.7%.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

Job market cooled only slightly last month, as employers added 263,000 jobs
Hiring slowed slightly in November amid rising interest rates. But the U.S. job market remains unusually tight. Employers added 263,000 jobs in November while unemployment held steady at 3.7%.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 02, 2022

Job market shows signs of slowing before Friday's employment report, but not by much
Hiring likely slowed further in November amid rising interest rates. But the U.S. job market remains unusually tight. The Labor Department is set to report on monthly job growth this morning.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Elon Musk says Ye is suspended from Twitter
The announcement by the Twitter CEO to suspend Ye came after the conservative social media platform Parler said it had agreed with the rapper formerly known as Kanye West to call off a deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Ye won't buy Parler, the right-wing social network, after all
Conservative social media platform Parler said it has mutually agreed with Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, to call off the deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is talking about his crypto company's final days
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is talking about the final days of his crypto company. He's presenting as someone who didn't fully understand the finances of his multi-billion dollar company.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Major password manager LastPass suffered a breach — again
LastPass said an unauthorized party used information gained in an August breach to access customer information. But the company said customers' passwords remain safely encrypted.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Legal losses keep coming for Biden's student loan relief plan
The 5th Circuit Court rejected a Education Department appeal on Wednesday, the latest setback in several parallel lawsuits. The administration is expected to ask the Supreme Court to weigh in.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Today's interactive Google Doodle honors Jerry Lawson, a pioneer of modern gaming
Jerry Lawson would have turned 82 on Dec. 1. Google is celebrating the late engineer with a Doodle on its homepage, made up of several interactive games that users can customize themselves.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

After the House votes to avert a rail strike, the bill heads to the Senate
Members of the House passed legislation aimed at preventing a railroad strike, which could have devastating economic consequences. But the effort faces hurdles.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Alabama coal miners begin their 20th month on strike
The miners have survived more than 600 days on the picket line, thanks to widespread support and anger at their employer, Warrior Met Coal. Even now, neither side seems ready to budge.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Medical bills remain inaccessible for many visually impaired Americans
When health bills aren't legible — via large-print, Braille or other adaptive technology — blind patients can't know what they owe, and are too often sent to debt collections, an investigation finds.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

News brief: West vs. Russia oil profits, FTX founder speaks, Macron state dinner
The West will impose more sanctions on Russian oil to defund its war in Ukraine. FTX founder ignores legal advice and takes questions. France's president will be Biden's first guest at a state dinner.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

Tax credits for electric vehicles create confusion and some frantic lobbying
Lawmakers in Congress passed big incentives for electric vehicles this year, but only for cars that are assembled in the U.S. — which is upsetting foreign carmakers.

NPR Topics: Business
Dec 01, 2022

DoorDash cuts 1,250 jobs after pandemic hiring surge
The decision by the online food delivery platform to eliminate about 6% of its workforce is the latest of several companies to recently announce job cuts recently, including Twitter and Amazon.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

Sam Bankman-Fried strikes apologetic pose as he describes being shocked by FTX's fall
During an hour-long interview at the New York Times Dealbook Summit Bankman-Fried frequently portrayed himself as in the dark about the condition of the multi-billion dollar exchange he founded

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

The Fed continues raising interest rates to fight inflation
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke about the economy and job market Wednesday. The Fed has been raising interest rates to fight inflation, but critics say this could push some out of work.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

Twitter's chaos could make political violence worse outside of the U.S.
Under the chaotic changes unleashed by Elon Musk, Twitter users in the U.S. are confronting problems that have long plagued the social network in other parts of the world.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

Citing risk to endangered whales, Whole Foods hits pause on Maine lobster — for now
Two seafood monitoring groups downgraded Maine lobster's sustainability ratings, prompting Whole Foods to pause purchases. Here's how environmental groups and state leaders are reacting.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

NPR to impose near-freeze on hiring but avoids layoffs as budget cuts loom
NPR is freezing hiring and tightening its belt in other ways in anticipation of a $20 million shortfall in financial sponsorships this fiscal year.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 30, 2022

The House has voted to avert a rail strike. Now the bill heads to the Senate
The House cleared an effort that would force unions to accept the tentative agreement between railroad managers and their workers, and make a potential imminent strike illegal.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 29, 2022

Twitter will no longer enforce its COVID misinformation policy
Public health experts and social media researchers are concerned that the change could have serious consequences if it discourages vaccination and other efforts to combat the still-spreading virus.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 29, 2022

Biden urges Congress to avert a rail strike
President Biden warned that congressional action was likely needed to avert a rail strike. His remarks came as bipartisan House and Senate leaders met to talk about legislative priorities.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 29, 2022

The mystery of rising prices. Are greedy corporations to blame for inflation?
Inflation has been pushing prices up all year, but economists and politicians don't agree on where it's coming from.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 29, 2022

Lawmakers consider how a Kroger-Albertsons merger would affect consumers
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota about the planned $25 billion merger between grocers Kroger and Albertsons — ahead of a hearing on the matter.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 29, 2022

Why Margrethe Vestager is Silicon Valley's foremost antagonist
As the European Union's top tech regulator, Vestager has overseen the passage of sweeping privacy and competition regulations. She has spearheaded more than half a dozen legal cases against Big Tech.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Wall Street slips, giving back some of last week's big gains
Stocks fell on Wall Street Monday, giving back some of their huge gains made last week on hopes the worst of the nation's inflation may finally have passed.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Stocks across most of Asia rise as markets eye China protests
As market jitters declined over protests in China set off by growing public anger over COVID-19 restrictions, Asian shares were mostly higher Tuesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

A Florida woman sues Velveeta, claiming its macaroni takes longer than 3 1/2 minutes
Kraft Heinz says its Velveeta Shells & Cheese cups are "ready in 3 1/2 minutes." The proposed class action lawsuit counters that microwaving is one of several steps and seeks $5 million in damages.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

A woman sues Kraft, claiming Velveeta macaroni preparation time is misleading
Kraft Heinz says its Velveeta Shells & Cheese cups are "ready in 3 1/2 minutes." The proposed class action lawsuit counters that microwaving is one of several steps and seeks $5 million in damages.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Crypto company BlockFi declares bankruptcy in the first big aftershock of FTX's fall
BlockFi was one of the companies that FTX bailed out in recent months. Now it's a clear sign that contagion from FTX's collapse is spreading throughout the crypto industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Cryptocurrency lender BlockFi declares bankruptcy, a consequence of FTX's collapse
BlockFi was one of the companies that FTX bailed out in recent months. Now it's a clear sign that contagion from FTX's collapse is spreading throughout the crypto industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Fla. woman sues the maker of Velveeta's microwavable mac and cheese cups
Amanda Ramirez claims it takes longer to make than the advertised 3.5 minutes and longer if you consider tearing off the lid, pouring in water and stirring the cheese sauce. She's seeking $5 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Fla. woman sues the maker of Velveeta's microwaveable mac and cheese cups
Amanda Ramirez claims it takes longer to make than the advertised 3.5 minutes and longer if you consider tearing off the lid, pouring in water and stirring the cheese sauce. She's seeking $5 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

He woke up from eye surgery with a gash on his forehead. What happened?
Some doctors and medical practices voluntarily give rebates on a bill if an injury occurs during a procedure, while others will not, a medical ethicist says. Here's how patients can respond.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Rent control expands as tenants struggle with the record-high cost of housing
Voters in several cities approved ballot measures to cap rents, part of a larger resurgence of rent control. Economists warn that such caps can actually reduce affordable housing overall.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Thousands of toddler sippy cups and bottles are recalled over lead poisoning risk
The bottom base of some Green Sprouts products can break off, exposing a solder dot that contains the toxic metal, a federal regulator said. No injuries have been reported from such incidents.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 28, 2022

Pablo Eisenberg, a fierce critic of nonprofits and philanthropy, died at age 90
Pablo Eisenberg, a loud and influential voice in the nonprofit sector who spoke widely and bluntly about his belief that philanthropy often benefits the wealthy more than the needy, died at age 90.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

Democratic Sen. Klobuchar talks about tackling Ticketmaster regulation
NPR's Eric Deggans speaks with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) about Ticketmaster and her efforts to regulate the concert ticket industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

Title insurance is burning through homebuyers' pockets — and filling up their lawyers'
Homebuyers plunk down lots of money for title insurance. It's a cash cow for lawyers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

The Murdoch media empire is in trouble. Can Rupert Murdoch's heir save it?
NPR's David Folkenflik talks with journalist Paddy Manning about challenges ahead for the Murdoch media empire. Manning is out with a book about Rupert Murdoch's eldest son and heir apparent.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

With inflation looming, Americans are shopping smart this holiday season
With holiday shopping season coinciding with a year of inflation, we hear from Americans about their spending plans for the season.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Frontier Airlines drops its customer service line
The budget airline says customers will no longer be able to call a live agent by phone. Frontier is encouraging customers to instead reach out by text, social media and WhatsApp.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Biden eases Venezuela sanctions as opposition talks resume
The U.S. Treasury Department is allowing Chevron to resume "limited" energy production in Venezuela after years of sanctions have curbed oil and gas profits flowing to President Maduro's government.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Black Friday sales rake in a record $9.12 billion from online shoppers
More than 166 million Americans are expected to shop over the five days from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

After gutting local newspapers, hedge fund Alden Global is going after mobile home parks
Scott Simon speaks to journalist Julie Reynolds about hedge fund Alden Global Capital's purchase of several mobile home parks and its eviction of many of their low-income residents.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Here's how inflation is changing holiday deals and shopping
Shoppers are expected to spend a record amount of money this year because nearly everything is more expensive. There are some relative bargains, if you know where to look.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday shoppers are expected to spend more money due to inflation
Black Friday shoppers are expected to spend a record amount of money in 2022 — because nearly everything is more expensive.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

The U.K. is undergoing the largest trial of a four-day workweek and less may be more
The U.K. has been undergoing the largest trial of a four-day workweek ever conducted. The Indicator podcast hosts Wailin Wong and Paddy Hirsch explain when it comes to productivity, less may be more.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Elon Musk says Twitter will re-launch its verification program next week
The embattled CEO tweeted Friday that the company will re-launch its paid verification program next week. He says accounts will be manually verified and color coded, but has yet to offer details.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Inflation looms large as Black Friday shoppers head to the stores
More than 60% of shoppers say the economy is affecting their holiday plans. Many say they'll be more selective in their purchases, going for cheaper goods and less expensive stores.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Elon Musk says he will grant 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts
Online safety experts say the move is likely to spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Twitter has lost 50 of its top 100 advertisers since Elon Musk took over, report says
Half of Twitter's top 100 advertisers appear to no longer be advertising on the website. A new report states that these 50 advertisers have spent almost $2 billion on Twitter ads since 2020.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Europe fears its industries will jet to the U.S. as energy costs force plant closures
Duralex glassware maker is just one company that's suspended operations over spiking energy costs after a cutoff of Russian natural gas.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

How stores ended up with too many (wrong) clothes
Remember when we couldn't get enough athleisure? Or pajamas? Now, the hottest question for clothing retailers is whether they've got an "inventory glut." For shoppers, this means discounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Inflation makes food insecurity top of mind for many this holiday season
Feeding America CEO Claire Babineaux-Fontenot speaks with Morning Edition about food insecurity.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

How inflation will affect this year's Black Friday shopping
Inflation is motivating shoppers to chase Black Friday deals even more than usual.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Blue bonds could be a solution for climate change and debt for some countries
Low-income countries are seeing some of the most severe effects of climate change. They are also facing growing debt as interest rates go up. What if there was a way to solve both problems at once?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Miami-Dade County, stuck in a 19-year contract with FTX, seeks to rename its arena
The county, which owns the arena where the Miami Heat play, wants a bankruptcy judge to let it end its $135 million contract with the failed cryptocurrency company so it can find a new sponsor.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Looking to leave Twitter? Here are the social networks seeing new users now
Can a network like Hive Social or Mastodon foster the communities and conversations that thrived on the bird app's good days? It's too soon to know for sure, but many hope the answer is yes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Come for the free cookies, stay for the shopping
With high inflation and rising expenses, small businesses hope to lure shoppers with food, holidays cheer, instead of deep discounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

How inflation may impact your holiday spending
Michelle Singletary, personal finance columnist with the Washington Post, discusses how people should approach holiday shopping in the current economic climate.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

This year's holiday travel season is going to be as chaotic as pre-pandemic levels
The holiday travel season is underway, and It stands to be just as busy as pre-pandemic times.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

Homebuyers are losing big deposits because of rising mortgage rates
Before mortgage rates rose, many people put down big deposits to buy houses that weren't built yet. Now rates have gone from 3% to 7% and they can't afford to buy the homes they agreed to buy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

The fallout from FTX's collapse is being felt across the crypto industry
The fallout from the collapse of the FTX Cryptocurrency Exchange is being felt across the crypto industry, raising concerns about contagion.

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