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May 17, 2021

AT&T To Spin Off WarnerMedia And Merge It With Discovery
AT&T will spin off WarnerMedia and acquire Discovery Inc. to create a new company that will combine WarnerMedia's entertainment, sports and news with Discovery's nonfiction and entertainment shows.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2021

Overwork Killed More Than 745,000 People In A Year, WHO Study Finds
The global study, which the WHO calls the first of its kind, found that more than 745,000 people died in 2016 from overwork that resulted in stroke and heart disease.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2021

AT&T, Discovery Join Media Brands As Cord-Cutting Pressures Industry
The merger brings together cable TV staples CNN, HBO, TNT, TBS, Discovery, Food Network and HGTV. The new company will enter a flooded market for streaming services.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2021

AT&T Announces Plans To Merge With Discovery
AT&T, which controls Warner Media, has announced it will merge its media assets with Discovery. The $43 billion deal will create a standalone company.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2021

As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-ers Cut Out The Middle Man And Mill Their Own
The price of lumber has more than doubled during the pandemic. Now, people are turning to extreme DIY for building projects. Instead of buying boards, they're buying their own sawmills.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2021

As Lumber Prices Climb, DIYers Cut Out The Middle Man And Mill Their Own
The price of lumber has more than doubled during the pandemic. Now people are turning to extreme DIY for building projects. Instead of buying boards, they're buying their own sawmills.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2021

Microsoft Board Investigated Bill Gates' 'Intimate Relationship' With Employee
A spokesperson for Gates maintained that his decades-old "affair," which was the subject of the recent investigation, had no connection to his decision to step down.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2021

Conservative Economist Blames High Unemployment On 'Richer' Benefits
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin about why some Republican governors are opting out of receiving federal unemployment benefits for their state.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2021

Economics Correspondent Says Few People Opt For Unemployment Over Work
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post's economics correspondent Heather Long about what the unemployment numbers say about the state of the country's economic recovery.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2021

Pipeline Panic Recalls Perils Of Gas Lines For Past Presidents
Some Americans actually remember the gas lines of the 1970s and how they contributed to the downfall of two presidents. And if you don't, you've at least heard the stories and seen the pictures.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2021

Paris Bookstores Are Designated Essential — But These Landmarks Struggle To Survive
Gibert Jeune, which held a prominent place in Parisians hearts, is one of the latest to close. The pandemic is only one pressure on independent bookstores, but some have found ways to survive.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

Israeli Airstrike Flattens Building Housing AP And Other Media In Gaza City
A dozen journalists and freelancers were evacuated from the AP offices in the 12-story building before it crumbled to the ground. AP said the military has long known the building housed journalists.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

Vaccines In, Masks Off: Does This Mean It's Time To Go Back To The Office?
The future of work remains uncertain even as more people are vaccinated. NPR wants to know what your work environment has looked like over the past year and what you think about returning to offices.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

Vets Are Facing Burnout Amid Pandemic Pet Adoption Boom
The pandemic spike in pet adoption has lead to a boom in vet visits. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Hunter Finn, a veterinarian in Arlington, Texas, about the strain on exhausted vets.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

When Your Company Is Named Covid, You've Heard All The Jokes
Covid Inc. in Tempe, Ariz., has been selling audiovisual equipment for decades. CEO Norm Carson says people sometimes come in to the building looking for a COVID-19 test.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

Inflation, Gas Shortage Highlight Peril That Could Threaten Biden's Agenda
Americans continue to say they approve of how the president is handling the coronavirus pandemic, but he may be running into speed bumps because of inflation and other issues.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

Complaints Soar As Customers Fight Airlines For Refunds From Pandemic Cancellations
Airlines got billions in federal COVID-19 aid over the last year, but consumer advocates and two senators claim they're sitting on nearly $15 billion in refunds owed to customers for canceled travel.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2021

The Latest Target In China's Crackdown On Entrepreneurs Is An Outspoken Billionaire
Sun Dawu has befriended and supported political dissidents. Now he may become one himself. "This is a simple administrative law case, but it has become politicized and distorted," says his lawyer.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines
Customers don't have to wear masks, effective immediately. Starting Tuesday, fully vaccinated employees don't either. Everyone's on an honor system and won't have to provide proof.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

Fuel Shortages Should Ease Over Coming Days As Colonial Fully Restarts Pipelines
The supply chain for fuels like gasoline will take several days to return to normal after Colonial restarted a critical pipeline that was shut down this month.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

Americans Are Spending Less On Things But More On Eating Out Or Getting A Drink
Retail sales were flat in April from a month earlier, as Americans spent less on things like clothes or sporting goods but increased their spending at bars and restaurants.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

Americans Dialed Back On Retail Therapy — And Spent More Eating Their Feelings
Retail sales were flat in April from a month earlier, as Americans spent less on things like clothes or sporting goods but increased their spending at bars and restaurants.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

More Cities Are Handing People Cash With No Strings Attached. Here's Why
Nearly two dozen American cities have signed on to pilot programs that offer basic incomes to low-income residents.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2021

More Cities Are Handing People Cash With No Strings Attached: Here's Why
Nearly two dozen American cities have signed on to pilot programs that offer basic incomes to low income residents.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

Hours Before Nursing Home Workers Strike, Governor Says Basic Agreement Has Been Met
Nearly 3,000 nursing home workers in Connecticut threatened to strike, demanding better pay, benefits and staffing. Hours before they were to walk off the job, the governor announced they had a deal.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

Nursing Home Workers Conflicted Ahead Of Friday's Strike
Nearly 3,000 nursing home workers in Connecticut plan to go on strike, demanding better pay, benefits and staffing. But for many workers, striking is difficult due to the residents who depend on them.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

Just 12 People Are Behind Most Vaccine Hoaxes On Social Media, Research Shows
The majority of false claims about COVID-19 vaccines on social media trace back to just a handful of influential figures. So why don't the companies just shut them down?

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

'Disinformation Dozen' Test Facebook's, Twitter's Ability To Curb Vaccine Hoaxes
The majority of false claims about COVID vaccines on social media trace back to just a handful of influential figures. So why don't the companies just shut them down?

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

Biden Says 'Help Is On The Way' As Colonial Pipeline Restarts Flow Of Fuel
The president cautions it will be several days before gas flow is fully restored. He urges consumers not to panic and hoard gasoline while warning gas stations not to gouge prices.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

How To Stop Ransomware Attacks? 1 Proposal Would Prohibit Victims From Paying Up
The attack on Colonial Pipeline has focused new attention on a potentially radical proposal to stem the growing threat posed by ransomware: making it illegal for victims to pay their attackers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

FAA OKs Fix For Electrical Issue That Grounded Some Boeing 737 Max Jets
The issue temporarily took more than 100 newly built 737 Max planes out of service last month, but is unrelated to the flight control system problem blamed for two fatal crashes.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

News Brief: Gas Hoarding, Israeli-Palestinian Violence, Vulnerable Migrants
Amid panic buying, hacked pipeline is restarted. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza continue as Hamas shows no sign of backing down. Some migrants are being granted humanitarian exceptions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2021

Crash, Arrest Draw More Scrutiny Of Tesla Autopilot System
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration faces pressure to take action on Tesla's partially automated driving system, which has been involved in at least three U.S. deaths.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Never Mind: Elon Musk Says Tesla Won't Accept Bitcoin For Car Purchases Any More
Tesla's CEO explained on Twitter that the reversal on accepting Bitcoin was prompted by concerns about the "rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels" to mine the cryptocurrency.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

In Wake Of Pipeline Hack, Biden Signs Executive Order On Cybersecurity
The order follows a ransomware attack on a company that provides much of the gasoline and jet fuel for the country's East Coast.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Stewie Gets Her Own Sneaks: WNBA Star Pens First Deal In A Decade
Breanna Stewart's new sneaker deal with Puma includes the first signature shoe for a WNBA player in a decade. ESPN's Nick DePaula tells NPR's Mary Louise Kelly what it means for the industry.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Consumer Prices Jump 4.2% In April, Biggest Increase Since Financial Crisis In 2008
Inflation accelerated in April. Companies have been forced into raising prices for everything from cars to cereals amid a shortage of critical materials like lumber.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

The Skinny Jean's Fall From Grace
Skinny jeans dominated the jeans market for nearly two decades. Now they make up about 33% of jeans sales. The Indicator from Planet Money investigates the possible demise of the skinny jean.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Colonial Restarts Operations After Cyberattack As Panic Buying Mounts In Southeast
Colonial Pipeline says they have "initiated the restart" of operations at the pipeline impacted by a cyberattack as a wave of panic buying empties out many gas stations across the Southeast.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Colonial Restarts Operations After Cyberattack As Panic-Buying Mounts In Southeast
Colonial Pipeline says it has "initiated the restart" of operations at the pipeline affected by a cyberattack as a wave of panic-buying empties out many gas stations across the Southeast.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Gas Stations Run Dry In Southeast As U.S. Gasoline Prices Surpass $3 A Gallon
The White House is easing restrictions on fuel shipments as private data shows more gas stations running out of gasoline in three states. Meanwhile, national average gas prices topped $3 a gallon.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Gas Stations Run Dry In Southeast As White House Seeks To Boost Supplies
The White House is easing more restrictions on fuel shipments as private data shows more than 15% of gas stations running out of gasoline in three states.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

More Gas Stations Run Dry In Southeast As Panic Buying Grows Even Worse
The White House is easing restrictions on fuel shipments as private data shows more gas stations running out of gasoline in three states. Meanwhile, national average gas prices topped $3 a gallon.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Amazon Wins Case Against EU Regulators Over Luxembourg Taxes
The European Commission has said the online giant got a sweetheart deal from Luxembourg that amounted to "illegal state aid" worth $303 million.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

No, You Are Not Imagining It. Prices For A Lot Of Things Did Jump In April
Consumer prices rose 4.2% last month from a year earlier as companies struggled to source critical raw materials and as the government pumped trillions of dollars into the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

News Brief: Israeli-Palestinian Violence, Vote On Liz Cheney, Inflation Data
Violence between Israelis and Palestinians stoke fears of war. House Republicans will vote on whether to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership post. Economists monitor data for signs of inflation.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

It Appears Inflation Is Making A Comeback
The latest data will likely show prices for everything from cereals to cars have risen as shortages of critical materials like lumber force companies to raise prices.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

Epic Games Inc. Squares Off In Court With Apple Over App Store Fees
The maker of Fortnite is suing Apple over the fees it charges in its App Store. Epic must show that Apple abuses its power to hurt competitors and distort an entire market in its favor.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

For Some Anti-Vaccine Advocates, Misinformation Is Part Of A Business
The coronavirus pandemic has created an opening for vaccine opponents to peddle alternative therapies, unproven cures and website subscriptions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2021

NRA Bankruptcy Case Dismissed By Judge, Heightens Risk For Group's Dissolution
A federal bankruptcy judge dismissed the National Rifle Association's attempt to declare bankruptcy. The NRA tried to use bankruptcy laws to evade New York officials attempting to dissolve the group.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Panic Drives Gas Shortages After Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack
Department of Energy officials, state governors and local gas station attendants across the southeast are pleading with motorists the to stop hoarding gas as the company works to restore operations.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Pennies From (Almost) Heaven: Get Paid To Move To West Virginia
A program called Ascend West Virginia hopes to draw remote workers to the Mountain State, even to the point of paying $12,000 to selected applicants.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Company After Company Reporting Record Profits As U.S. Economy Reopens
Many companies have been racking up record sales and profits so far this year. Their earnings are shattering expectations.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Uber And Lyft Will Give Free Rides To COVID-19 Vaccination Spots, White House Says
Lyft will offer up to $15 for trips to or from a vaccination site. The deal covers daytime rides on bikes and scooters, as well as in cars.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Why Soaring Stocks Could Be Bad News For The Economy
A new book argues that the growing profitability of big business is bad news for workers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

What The Ransomware Attack On Colonial Pipeline Means For The Industry
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Amy Meyers Jaffe of Tufts University's Fletcher School and author of the book Energy's Digital Future about the cyberattack on a critical U.S. fuel pipeline.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

Biden Warns Workers Not To Turn Down Jobs To Remain On Unemployment
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Washington Post financial columnist Michelle Singletary about President Biden's plan to reaffirm jobless benefits to ensure that Americans aren't turning down work.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

How One Man's Fight Against An AOL Troll Sealed The Tech Industry's Power
A fight between a Seattle man and AOL in the mid-1990s led to what has been called "the most important Internet law ruling ever." Decades later, the decision still governs how the web functions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2021

China's Birthrate Drops, As Census Data Warn Of Aging Population
Leaders in Beijing will need to determine how to continue China's streak of economic growth while caring for a growing, nonworking part of the population.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

Facing A Recall And A Massive Surplus, Gov. Newsom Proposes More Stimulus Checks
Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a plan to send billions in state surplus dollars back to residents. Republicans who support recalling Newsom from office are questioning his timing.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

NBC Won't Air 2022 Golden Globes In Rebuke To Hollywood Foreign Press Association
The press association promised to improve diversity and other factors. NBC said it hopes to see enough change to run the show in 2023.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

Company After Company Reporting Record Profits
Many companies have been racking up record sales and profits so far this year. Their earnings are shattering expectations.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

Longtime AFL-CIO Official Takes Up Key Labor Post In Biden Administration
Former AFL-CIO trade official Thea Lee was appointed by President Biden to lead the section of the Labor Department that oversees labor rights and investigates forced labor and child labor overseas.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

What We Know About The Ransomware Attack On A Critical U.S. Pipeline
The massive pipeline, which supplies 45% of the East Coast's gasoline and jet fuel, was forced to shut down over the weekend.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

Why Government Housing Vouchers Can Be Difficult To Use
The Biden administration will distribute $5 billion in emergency housing vouchers included in a COVID-19 relief bill. But it's not always easy for voucher holders to find a place to use them.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2021

I Came Close To Dying: Wall Street's Most Photographed Man Is Ready For Normalcy
If 100% of a firm's traders are fully vaccinated, they can start sending more to the stock exchange floor. They can eat lunch in their booths again. Masks will be optional in some parts of the floor.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

An Extended Pipeline Shutdown Could Affect Gas Prices In Southeast U.S.
Colonial Pipeline has not set a timetable for restoring full service. If the shutdown continues several days, it could affect gas prices in the Southeast, experts say.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

An Extended Pipeline Shutdown Could Impact Gas Prices In Southeast U.S.
Colonial Pipeline has not set a timetable for restoring full service. If the shutdown continues several days, it could affect gas prices in the Southeast, experts say.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

CVS, Walgreens Are America's Epicenters For COVID-19 Vaccine Waste
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with reporter Joshua Eaton about the two pharmacy chains accounting for the majority of wasted COVID-19 vaccines, according to reporting from Kaiser Health News.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

NPR At 50: Life Advice From Listeners Who Hit The Half-Century Mark
In honor of NPR's 50th birthday, we asked listeners who reached that milestone for some life advice. Hundreds answered.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

Despite Semiconductor Shortage, Automakers Are Seeing Big Profits
Automakers are suffering a big hit to production because of the semiconductor shortage. Think that means a big hit to profits? Think again.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

A Chlorine Shortage Could Spoil Pool Season This Summer
Americans are gearing up for summer, but another shortage could crash the fun. Chlorine prices have shot up due to a factory fire and increased demand. The pandemic led more people to put in pools.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

Politics Chat: White House Drums Support For Economic Plans After April Jobs Report
The White House finds opportunity to push its ambitious economic plans after a disappointing April jobs report, while the GOP cites the report as proof the government helped the unemployed too much.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

Elon Musk Hosts SNL
The Tesla CEO got to cement his image as a celebrity with pop culture cachet, appearing with the SNL cast in silly sketches that promoted his pet projects and dressing up as a video game character.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2021

Elon Musk Takes An Awkward Turn As 'Saturday Night Live' Host
The Tesla CEO got to cement his image as a celebrity with pop culture cachet, appearing with the SNL cast in silly sketches that promoted his pet projects and dressing up as a video game character.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Getting Women Back To Work Is Key To A Strong Recovery, Labor Secretary Says
Millions of women have left the workforce during the pandemic as schools stopped in-person learning. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says the recovery hinges on women returning to work.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Labor Secretary On What Workforce Recovery Looks Like
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh about the country's moderate hiring boom in the month of April.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

NPR At 50: Founding Mothers Reflect On Radio Past And Present
To kickoff NPR's 50th anniversary celebration, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with three of NPR's "Founding Mothers" — Susan Stamberg, Linda Wertheimer and Nina Totenberg.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Food World Ramps Up The War On Meat
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with food writer Mark Bittman about the growing movement to ditch beef.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Black Americans And The Racist Architecture Of Homeownership
Owning a home is a part of the American dream. It's also the key to building intergenerational wealth. But Black Americans continue to face discrimination in housing, including through higher costs.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Ramping Up Its COVID Response, EU Will Buy Up To 1.8B Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine
The agreement provides a significant boost to the European Union's goal of getting 70% of adults vaccinated. Currently, around a quarter of the bloc's population is vaccinated.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

Opinion: As NPR Turns 50, Scott Simon's View From Behind The Microphone
As NPR celebrates 50 years on the air, host Scott Simon reflects on how the network has grown, and his time travelling the world, covering wars, famines, elections and more.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

April's Job Report Falls Short Of Predictions
April's jobs number failed to meet projections, casting doubt on the country's post-pandemic recovery. But the Biden administration says that the economy is recovering faster than expected.

NPR Topics: Business
May 08, 2021

David Swensen, The Greatest Investor You Maybe Never Heard Of, Leaves Powerful Legacy
Swensen made billions for Yale and revolutionized the way Universities and other non-profits invest. And he strove to teach everyday people how to invest without getting fleeced by Wall Street.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Seem Too Good To Be True? Once, A Pepsi Promotion With Big Promises Ended In Disaster
Have you ever dreamed of winning a promotion that seems too good to be true? From Planet Money, the podcast The Indicator has the story of a promotion that went terribly wrong for Pepsi.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

U.S. Employers Added Fewer Jobs In April Than Forecasted
U.S. employers added far fewer jobs in April than forecasters had expected. Friday's report shows a modest uptick in average hourly wages amid many businesses complaining of a worker shortage.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

What We Learned About Facebook From Trump Decision
The first big test of Facebook's Oversight Board reveals the challenges of checking the power and scale of the social media giant.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

In 1st Big Test, Oversight Board Says Facebook, Not Trump, Is The Problem
The first big test of Facebook's Oversight Board reveals the challenges of checking the power and scale of the social media giant.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Spring Letdown: Hiring Slows In April, Raising New Challenges For Economy
U.S. employers added 266,000 jobs last month, far fewer than analysts had expected. The unemployment rate rose to 6.1%.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Spring Slump: Employers Add Just 266,000 Jobs In April
U.S. employers added 266,000 jobs last month, far fewer than analysts had expected. The unemployment rate rose to 6.1%.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

'Absolute Meltdown': Wall Street's Work Till You Drop Culture Under Attack
Burnout in investment banking has been a problem, but the pandemic has made it worse. A handful of firms are responding by offering extra perks and more pay. But more money may not be the answer.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

In A Grief-Filled Year, Brands From Etsy To Pandora Let You Skip Mother's Day Emails
The small but growing trend is seen as a welcome acknowledgement of people who are grieving, as well as a sign that email marketing is becoming increasingly personalized and socially conscious.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Banking On Busy Summer Travel Season, Airlines Add More Flights And New Routes
Amid a sudden surge in demand for domestic travel, especially to beach destinations and national parks, decimated airlines are adding service to new markets as they try to inch back to profitability.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

April Jobs Gain Is Smaller Than Expected
U.S. employers added just 266,000 jobs last month — far below analysts' projections of nearly1 million — and the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.1%.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Environmental Concerns Arise Over Energy Needed To Mine Bitcoin
In one upstate New York community, a Bitcoin mining operation is drawing criticism from people who say the natural gas burned to make the cryptocurrency is causing too much pollution.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

More Good News Predicted For April's Jobs Report
Forecasters expect another strong month of hiring in April, as the U.S. continues its recovery from the COVID-19 recession. The unemployment rate could dip below 6%.

NPR Topics: Business
May 07, 2021

Support For Guaranteed Income Programs Grows Due To Pandemic
The idea of giving Americans cash without conditions once seemed radical. But the pandemic has put a spotlight on income inequality and pushed the concept of a "guaranteed income" into the mainstream.

NPR Topics: Business
May 06, 2021

A Remote Work Revolution Is Underway — But Not For Everyone
It's not just tech companies embracing work-from-home for the post-pandemic era. But manufacturers like Ford also have to consider the huge swathes of their workforce that simply can't work remotely.

NPR Topics: Business
May 06, 2021

As Burnout Culture Weighs Down Wall Street, Young Bankers Are Rethinking Their Career
Young bankers on Wall Street are re-assessing their careers as the pandemic blurred lines between home and office hours.

NPR Topics: Business
May 06, 2021

Biden Opens Restaurant Fund With Visit To D.C. Taqueria That's Been On The Brink
President Biden encouraged restaurant owners who have been affected by the coronavirus crisis to apply for a grant under the $28.6 billion program.

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