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NPR Topics: Business
Jul 05, 2022

The fight to fund abortions in post-Roe America
In post-Roe America, money is even more determinative of who can get an abortion and who can't. Abortion funds are trying to close the gap, but they are now forced to navigate a murky legal landscape.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 05, 2022

The Great Reinvention: People craved change and the pandemic was the motivator
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many people to make changes in their lives. NPR's Rachel Martin spoke to two people about how they reinvented their careers.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 05, 2022

How companies offering to cover travel for out-of-state abortions might work
Major companies like Nike and Tesla say they plan to assist employees who live in places where abortion is restricted to travel for the procedure. But several potential pitfalls abound.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 04, 2022

Even experienced technicians find Apple's Self-Repair program hard to navigate
Apple's new Self-Service Repair program is not exactly the answer that many customers had hoped for. Apple maintains that its authorized providers are the safest and most reliable repair option.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 04, 2022

It's been a rough summer so far for air travelers
Airlines struggle to accommodate high demand this weekend, as the number of people flying returns to pre-pandemic levels. Nearly every flight is full and tickets don't guarantee travelers a seat.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 04, 2022

News brief: Akron police shooting, Ukraine's Luhansk region, air travel woes
Akron police release bodycam video of the Jayland Walker shooting. Russia says it now controls one of two eastern regions in Ukraine. Airlines struggle to accommodate high demand this holiday weekend.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 03, 2022

How much more will your July 4 barbecue cost this year?
NPR's Shannon Bond talks with David Branch, co-author of a new report about why that July 4 barbecue is going to cost a lot more this year.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 03, 2022

Ukraine's farmers face Russia's blockade and explosives on their lands this harvest
Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year's wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia's Black Sea blockade of exports.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 03, 2022

Ukraine's farmers face Russia's blockade and ordinance in their farms this harvest
Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year's wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia's Black Sea blockade of exports.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 03, 2022

Ukraine's farmers face Russia's blockade and ordnance in their farms this harvest
Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year's wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia's Black Sea blockade of exports.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 02, 2022

A scheduling glitch temporarily canceled thousands of American Airlines flights
After a technical issue in the company's scheduling system reportedly dropped thousands of flights planned for this month, American Airlines said "the vast majority" of the trips had been restored.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 02, 2022

Fourth of July fireworks canceled and delayed due to worker shortage
The fireworks industry was hit hard during the pandemic, and now they are struggling to meet demand for their biggest day of the year.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 02, 2022

Fourth of July fireworks cancelled and delayed due to worker shortage
The fireworks industry was hit hard during the pandemic, and now they are struggling to meet demand for their biggest day of the year.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 02, 2022

Monthly car payments have crossed a record $700. What that means
The average cost of a new car is also at the highest on record, topping $47,000 a pop. At this rate, an essential household purchase is starting to feel like a luxury in America.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

Airlines brace for huge July Fourth weekend crowds
Leisure travel has bounced back this year, and that means particularly big crowds over three-day holiday weekends.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

TikTok says it's putting new limits on Chinese workers' access to U.S. user data
TikTok addressed Republican senators who have raised concerns that the Chinese-owned app could be sharing Americans' data with the Chinese government. TikTok says this is not happening.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

Fourth of July fireworks canceled due to pyrotechnician shortage
Some fireworks companies are still reeling after the pandemic hit the industry hard. Due to a pyrotechnician shortage, some cities and towns are rescheduling or canceling their July Fourth fireworks.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

It's Bobby Bonilla Day, the day each year the Mets pay the former player $1.2 million
Each year on July 1, the New York Mets must send a $1.2 million check to an All Star player named Bobby Bonilla. The strange thing is: Bonilla hasn't played baseball in over 20 years.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

India begins to ban single-use plastics including cups and straws
Other items like water or soda bottles or snack bags aren't banned yet. But the government has set targets for manufacturers to be responsible for recycling or disposing of them after their use.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

Biden will award the Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords and others
The president will present the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 people, who also include Oscar-winning Denzel Washington, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and soccer Olympian Megan Rapinoe.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

A pilot shortage that's been brewing for years adds to the summer travel chaos
The pipeline of new pilots has been shrinking for years. As summer travel demand increases, the shortage is adding to the strain in airlines and chaos at the airports.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

California sets the nation's toughest rules for the reduction of plastics
Companies selling shampoo, food and other products wrapped in plastic have a decade to cut down on their use of the polluting material if they want their wares on California store shelves.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

A piece of culinary history at a Delaware mall has been uncovered
A fully intact Burger King from the 80s has been sitting behind a wall at Wilmington's Concord Mall since it was abandoned in 2009. Mall officials say they'll transform the space into a retro eatery.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

'The Simpsons' production workers go union, saying they deserve a place at the table
Employees at the studio behind shows like The Simpsons and Family Guy say their parent company has recognized their union, and it could signal a big shift in animation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

'The Simpsons' production workers say they deserve a place at the table
Employees at the studio behind shows like The Simpsons and Family Guy are hoping to do unionize. If they're successful, it could be a big shift in animation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

How much influence does the cryptoverse have on the wider economy?
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have taken a beating lately. Even though these assets are risky, they're becoming more mainstream. So what does this crypto collapse mean for the wider economy?

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

How to get rid of medical debt — or avoid it in the first place
Bills can add up fast when you're dealing with a health crisis. And if you can't pay them, they can wreak havoc on your finances. Here's how to stay out of medical debt — or make it go away.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

How much health insurers pay for almost everything is about to go public
New government rules are forcing insurers to post on websites what they pay for care or be fined, allowing consumers and employers to comparison shop for health services or negotiate better rates.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

Are sanctions actually hurting Russia's economy? Here's what you need to know
Russia's economy is weathering sanctions over the war in Ukraine, but tough times may be ahead, according to an assessment from experts.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

Fourth of July parties will cost more this year but you can save with a bit of math
Hosting a July 4th barbeque is 11 percent more expensive than last year, thanks to inflation. The prices of chicken wings, ground beef and beer have all skyrocketed. Still, there are ways to save.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

One unionized. The other did not. How 2 Milwaukee cafés were changed by union drives
A barista-led labor movement has dealt challenges to coffee shop owners, and not just Howard Schultz. In Milwaukee, two independently owned cafés faced union drives with two very different outcomes.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 01, 2022

What's open and closed on July 4th
Nonessential government offices and buildings, the post office and banks will be closed Monday, but most major retailers will stay open.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

More than 1,200 Delta pilots picket at 7 major airports to call for higher pay
Delta pilots are looking for higher pay and better insurance as contract negotiations continue with the company.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

FDA says COVID boosters for the fall must target newer omicron types
With immunity waning and the super-contagious omicron family of variants getting better at dodging protection, the Food and Drug Administration decided boosters intended for fall needed an update.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

It's been a vicious 6 months for stocks. Here's what the grim markets are signaling
Halfway through the year, stocks have fallen dramatically from recent highs, and the uncertainty that has driven share prices lower shows no signs of subsiding.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

The barista uprising: Coffee shop workers ignite a union renewal
Baristas at Starbucks as well as independently owned coffeehouses have driven a surge in union organizing. They see their activism as benefiting not just themselves, but working people broadly.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

Nuclear power is gaining support after years of decline. But old hurdles remain
Investment from the government and private sector are changing the trajectory of the aging U.S. nuclear fleet and spurring development of new nuclear technology.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 30, 2022

Period tracker app Flo developing 'anonymous mode' to quell post-Roe privacy concerns
The period tracker app Flo is developing an "anonymous mode" in the wake of privacy concerns after the Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

The dealer that sold the gun used in the Oxford High School shooting is being sued
Four students were killed in the mass shooting in Michigan last November. Seven people were also injured, including a student whose parents are suing Acme Shooting Goods, the weapons dealer.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

Ben & Jerry's' corporate owner found a workaround to sell ice cream in the West Bank
The corporate owner of Ben & Jerry's has made a deal to keep selling ice cream in Israel and its West Bank settlements, working around an attempt by the ice cream maker to protest Israeli occupation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

Sen. Bernie Sanders calls on DOT to start fining airlines for disrupted flights
Ahead of the Fourth of July travel weekend, Bernie Sanders calls on the U.S. Department of Transportation to take action to reduce airline cancellations and delays.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

The FTC sues Walmart for failing to block scammers' money transfers
The Federal Trade Commission says Walmart didn't properly train its employees and used procedures that allowed fraudsters to cash out at its stores, stealing hundreds of millions of dollars.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

The pain of rising mortgage rates when you're waiting for your home to be built
Many Americans put down deposits of $20,000 or more with builders to put up new homes. But with mortgage rates rising, some can no longer afford the homes. And they could lose their deposits.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

Job cuts are rolling in. Here's who is feeling the most pain so far
Tesla, JPMorgan, Netflix, Redfin and Coinbase are among companies that are cutting jobs. While layoffs are contained to the hottest parts of the economy, there's fear they could spread elsewhere.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

News brief: Jan. 6 hearing, NATO summit, recession fears lead to layoffs
A recap of the explosive testimony before the House Jan. 6 panel. Turkey agrees to support Norway and Sweden joining NATO. As fears of a recession build, companies are laying off workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

What's causing inflation? One expert walks through some of the factors
As many Americans continue to struggle financially because of inflation, we set out to clear the air on some common claims about what's going on.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

War in Ukraine is driving demand for Africa's natural gas. That's controversial
The African natural gas industry is booming as Europe looks to replace Russian supplies. But some worry new African gas projects don't make financial sense in a warming world.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 29, 2022

Airbnb officially bans parties at its listings in a new policy
The company temporarily banned parties in August 2020 to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

A pilot shortage might be why you're facing flight delays and cancelations
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Captain Casey Murray, President of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, about why there's a shrinking number of pilots.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

The strange underground economy of tree poaching
A new book dives deep into the fascinating criminal world of tree theft and efforts to combat it.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

Accounting giant Ernst & Young admits its employees cheated on ethics exams
Ernst & Young is being fined $100 million by federal regulators after its employees cheated on ethics exams.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

Also hit by inflation? Your local taco truck
Higher prices for gasoline, meat and vegetables and even cooking oil have put pressure on food trucks as they struggle to balance menu prices with customers' expectations of a low-cost meal.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

There's been a downturn in the number of companies choosing to go public
Due to high inflation, rising interest rates and economic fears, stock markets are seeing a sharp decline in the number of private companies that want to begin selling stock to the general public.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

Inflation killed the $1 pizza slice. Long live the 99c iced tea
A viral tweet claimed the AriZona Iced Tea was raising its price from 99 cents to $1.29. It wasn't true, but could it happen in the near future?

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 28, 2022

Instagram and Facebook begin removing posts offering abortion pills
Social media posts ostensibly aimed to help women living in states where preexisting laws banning abortion suddenly snapped into effect last Friday.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 27, 2022

Some cities cancel Fourth of July fireworks because of shortages and fire concerns
Some major fireworks displays are canceled again this year — some over wildfire concerns amid dry weather and others because of enduring pandemic-related staffing and supply chain issues.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 27, 2022

What's happening with Russia's 1st default on foreign debt in a century
The clock ran out on Russia's payments. But there's a twist: Russia does not consider itself in default because the country has the money, just its payments have been blocked by Western sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 27, 2022

Why Russia says it has not defaulted on its foreign debt
Russia appears to have defaulted on foreign-currency debt for the first time in over a century. But it does not consider itself in default because its payments have been blocked by Western sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 27, 2022

Authors are protesting Amazon's e-book policy that allows users to read and return
Authors say readers are exploiting Amazon's seven-day return policy by using Amazon like a library and returning books after reading them.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2022

Israel denies its soldier killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
Despite mounting evidence, Israel says it is unclear if one of its soldiers was responsible for killing journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2022

Israel's probe of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh's killing raises questions
As Israel investigates the killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, military experts critique the shortcomings of Israel's prosecution of other Palestinian civilian casualties.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2022

Tool libraries are creating accessible alternatives to owning big ticket appliances
Tool lending programs let people borrow expensive equipment for gardening and home repairs. The city of Milwaukee has been operating one for over 20 years, helping residents save money.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 26, 2022

How a massive refinery shortage is contributing to high gas prices
Oil refineries have lost capacity over recent years, making it nearly impossible to increase supply and stabilize gas prices at the pump.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2022

At least 1 person is killed in a shooting at a WeatherTech facility near Chicago
Two other people were wounded in the shooting, and a suspect has been taken into custody, police in Bolingbrook, Ill., said.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 25, 2022

Pfizer says its tweaked COVID-19 shots boost protection against the omicron variant
Pfizer said that tweaking its vaccine to better target the omicron variant is safe and works — just days before regulators debate whether to offer Americans updated booster shots this fall.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

Are rising interest rates giving you grief while you wait for your home to be built?
Many people are getting hurt financially because mortgage rates rose sharply while they were waiting for their new homes to be built. And now it's hard or impossible to buy them. Share your story.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

JP Morgan, Disney join wave of companies that'll cover employee abortion travel costs
Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch calls it a "crushing blow" and says in an internal memo to employees of Vogue, New Yorker and Vanity Fair among others to use their journalism to respond to the moment.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

Netflix lays off several hundred more employees
The decision follows the company's layoff of 150 employees in May and the loss of 200,000 U.S. subscribers in April, the first customer decline in over a decade.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

Juul is ordered by the FDA to pull all of its vaping products from the U.S. market
JUUL Labs is no longer allowed to sell or distribute its e-cigarette or vaping products in the U.S. The FDA said its review found Juul products potentially harmful. The company plans to fight back.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

Biden said the G-7 would counter Chinese influence. This year, he'll try again
At the last G-7, President Biden announced a plan for the West to counter China's influence in low- and middle-income countries. But not much has happened since. This year, there's a relaunch.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

The Fed's latest interest rate hike has some congressional lawmakers worried
The chairman of the Federal Reserve acknowledges combating inflation with higher interest rates could lead to a recession. He argues a bigger risk would be to let high inflation become entrenched.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

The U.S. mint is rethinking nearly two centuries of coin design
The U.S. mint is beginning to roll out a new set of quarters honoring American women. The mint is also trying to allow the artists a little more creativity with the design.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 24, 2022

The housing market squeeze pushes renters into bidding wars
Rising mortgage rates and a wave of millennials put more pressure on the rental market. Rents have soared by double digits, but landlords say they're also struggling with higher costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today (June 23)
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Amazon's Alexa could soon speak in a dead relative's voice
Amazon's voice-cloning technology still under development raises concerns among those who study ethics in artificial intelligence.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Amazon's Alexa could soon speak in a dead relative's voice, making some feel uneasy
Amazon's voice-cloning technology still under development raises concerns among those who study ethics in artificial intelligence.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

The FDA orders Juul to pull all of its vaping products from the U.S. market
The company "will finally be held accountable for creating the youth vaping epidemic," the advocacy group Parents Against Vaping e-cigarettes told NPR.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Jan. 6 hearings use TV tricks to great effect even as critics call them show biz
It's an extraordinary show of discipline for a congressional committee, with a minimum of showboating, yielding hearings that resemble Dateline NBC or investigative podcasts.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Ohio State University has won its fight to trademark the word "The"
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office approved the request. Ohio State may control use of "The" on branded products associated with and sold through athletics and collegiate channels, such as T-shirts.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Travel plans to or across Europe? Prepare for long lines
Just like in the U.S., airlines and airports that slashed jobs during the depths of the COVID-19 crisis are now struggling to keep up with exploding travel demand.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

How 'superworms' could help solve the trash crisis
A new study from Australia shows that larvae of the darkling beetle can eat polystyrene — the material behind plastic foam.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 23, 2022

Some economists say cutting gas taxes would have minimal benefits for consumers
President Biden wants to cut federal gasoline taxes for three months. NPR's Leila Fadel talks to economist Allison Schrager of the Manhattan Institute about alternatives to curbing gas prices.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today (June 22)
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Starbucks fired 7 union organizers. The government wants a court to reinstate them
The National Labor Relations Board is asking a court to reinstate seven Starbucks workers in Buffalo, N.Y. who were allegedly fired illegally because they were involved in union organizing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

High gas prices are hurting small businesses that need big vehicles
The high pump prices are hurting small businesses, like landscapers, plumbers and carpet cleaners who often rely on gas guzzling vehicles to serve their customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

The owner of nursing homes whose residents suffered during Hurricane Ida is arrested
The owner of seven Louisiana nursing homes whose residents suffered in squalid conditions after being evacuated to a warehouse as Hurricane Ida approached last year was arrested on Wednesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Inside the marathon Zoom call where Amazon seeks to overturn historic union victory
With the existence of a grass roots union at stake, the National Labor Relations Board is considering Amazon's objections to the Amazon Labor Union's historic victory.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Marilynn Malerba could soon be the first Native American to serve as U.S. treasurer
Malerba, the lifetime chief of the Mohegan Indian Tribe, would be the first Native woman to have her signature on U.S. currency. She'd also lead the Treasury's new Office of Tribal and Native Affairs.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Powell says recession 'a possibility' but not likely
Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell vowed to bring inflation back down to 2%. Some lawmakers worry the Fed's efforts to control inflation could tip the economy into recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

The FDA knows nicotine is addictive. It wants to regulate it for the first time
The Food and Drug Administration is poised to set a maximum nicotine level in cigarettes and some other tobacco products, looking to make them less addictive and wean smokers off of the habit.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will testify before 2 congressional panels
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Stephen Cecchetti, professor of international finance at Brandeis University, for a preview of Powell's testimony which follows the Fed's biggest rate hike since 1994.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

A racist Juneteenth sign at a Maine insurance agency sparks backlash online
An image of the sign displayed on the front of the business was shared online Monday, gaining the attention of thousands across social media.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

2 insurance companies end relationship with Maine agency after racist Juneteenth sign
An image of the racist sign was shared online Monday, gaining the attention of thousands across social media.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Progressive ends relationship with Maine agency after racist Juneteenth sign
An image of the racist sign was shared online Monday, gaining the attention of thousands across social media.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Fed chairman will testify before a pair of Congressional committees this week
Federal Reserve Chairman Powell answers questions from a Senate committee Wednesday. He's sure to be asked about inflation and possible fallout from the Fed's efforts to bring prices under control.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

News brief: gun legislation, Powell on Capitol Hill, 4th House Jan. 6 hearing
Senators reach a bipartisan deal on a gun safety bill. Fed chairman will testify before two congressional panels this week. Jan. 6 hearing shows how Trump pressured state officials on election tally.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Biden wants a gas tax holiday. Some economists say that's a bad idea
Biden wants Congress to give people a break on the federal gas tax for the summer. But economists say that won't translate into big savings at the pump — and could hurt efforts to curb inflation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

U.K. inflation rate hits a new 40-year high of 9.1%
The increase is in line with analysts' expectations and comes as the Bank of England says inflation could hit 11% in October, when a cap on domestic energy bills is lifted.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 22, 2022

Daily Harvest recalls a lentil dish after customers report food poisoning online
Users on social media reported experiences of nausea, vomiting and liver damage after consuming the dish.

NPR Topics: Business
Jun 21, 2022

No, this 7-Eleven isn't charging $7.11 for gas, even if the internet says so
A viral image of a 7-Eleven charging $7.11 was taken in 2021, and doesn't reflect the current state of gas prices in the U.S.

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