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Oct 16, 2019

As The Climate Warms, Companies Are Scrambling To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits
Companies are trying to figure out the risks to their profits from a warming planet. Some of them are turning to high-tech tools of climate science.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change
As more people identify themselves as neither categorically male or female, some employers are making changes to neutralize references to gender in everything from name tags to bathrooms.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

The Goldfish Tariff: Fancy Pet Fish Among The Stranger Casualties Of The Trade War
China is considered the motherland of aquarium goldfish, bred over centuries into rare forms. Now tariffs have some U.S. sellers of these goldfish in a tailspin.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

3 Major Drug Distributors Reportedly Negotiating $18B Opioid Settlement
A new study estimates that the opioid epidemic has cost the U.S. economy about $631 billion due to health care costs and the unrealized lifetime earnings of people who died of overdoses.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Exclusive: Turf War Blocked CFPB From Helping Fix Student Loan Forgiveness Program
The Trump administration blocked the nation's top consumer protection agency from digging into problems with a program designed to help police, firefighters and other public service workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Your Guide To The Massive (And Massively Complex) Opioid Litigation
The largest-ever federal action related to the U.S. opioid crisis is on the cusp of its first trial next week — and it's complicated. So here's a brief(ish) explainer breaking it all down.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

How Non-Profit Hospitals Are Driving Up The Cost Of Health Care
Recent reports and studies suggest that the outsized political power of hospitals is a big reason why American health care is so expensive.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

International Monetary Fund To Release Economic Outlook
NPR's Noel King talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about finance ministers and central bankers arriving in Washington, D.C., for meetings amid gloomy forecasts for the world economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Consumer Agency Blocked From Fixing Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Many public service workers thought they were in line to have their student loans forgiven. They made payments for 10 years only to be told they weren't in the right loan forgiveness program.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

News Brief: Sanctions On Turkey, Fort Worth Shooting, Presidential Debate
The U.S. imposes sanctions on Turkey for its Kurdish offensive. An ex-Fort Worth officer is charged in the fatal shooting of a woman in her home. And, a Democratic presidential debate tonight in Ohio.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Google's Response To Antitrust Accusations
When businesses have accused Google of antitrust violations in the past, they've often focused on its key asset: search. We look at the complaints, and Google's response.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Tapping Into Minnesota's Craft Beer Boom (Rebroadcast)
You can find cake-, lavender- and dill pickle-flavored beers in the North Star State.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

3 Win Nobel Prize In Economic Sciences For Work In Reducing Poverty
Abhijit Banarjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer will share the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

3 Win Nobel Prize In Economics For Work In Reducing Poverty
Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer will share the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize In Economics To Be Announced
The winner of the Nobel Prize in economics will be announced Monday morning.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize For Economics Awarded To 3 For Work Fighting Global Poverty
Abhijit Banarjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer were heralded for breaking the issues of global poverty into smaller questions that can be more easily addressed.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2019

Women Look To Close Inventor Gender Gap
Women earn approximately half the PhD awarded in this country, but they account for only about 12 percent of patented inventions. Some are working to change that.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2019

Troll Watch: Elizabeth Warren's Facebook Ad
Senator Elizabeth Warren's new Facebook ad falsely claims the social network, and its CEO, endorsed President Trump. She says she's protesting Facebook's policy of not fact-checking political ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2019

Yoga Instructors Are Unionizing
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with yoga instructor Markella Los about forming the first yoga union in the United States.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Boeing CEO Is No Longer Also Chairman As Company Board Wants Focus On 737 Fix
With all 737 Max jets grounded, the board voted to strip CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his dual role. Two of the planes crashed, killing 346 people, when an automated flight system malfunctioned.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Trump Announces Phase One Of Trade Deal With China
As part of the deal, the next round of 30% tariffs will not be imposed. More agriculture trade between the two countries is expected.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

U.S., China Reach 'Phase 1' Of Trade Agreement
President Trump has announced the U.S. and China have reached what he describes as "phase one" of a trade agreement. He said that $40 to $50 billion in new agricultural trade is expected.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Entertainment Faces Public Backlash Following Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world have denounced Blizzard and shown their support for pro-democracy protests.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Reduces Penalties Following Public Backlash Over Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world denounced Blizzard and showed their support for pro-democracy protests.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Uber To Buy Latin American Online Grocery Delivery Service, Cornershop
The grocery service delivers in Chile, Mexico, Peru and Canada, with plans to expand.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

The News Roundup - International
We unpack the NBA vs. China, U.S. troops moving out of northern Syria as Turkey moves in, trade negotiations and more.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

International Politics Barges Into The World Of Video Games
An e-sports player was suspended for supporting Hong Kong protesters. Blizzard, the U.S. corporation running Hearthstone is being criticized. But one of its owners is Tencent, a Chinese company.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Hong Kong Protests Put U.S. Businesses In A Tough Spot With China
American businesses from Apple to Vans are increasingly under pressure when it comes to doing business in China. The Hong Kong protests are the latest flashpoint in a touchy relationship with Beijing.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

News Brief: Turkey-Kurds Battle, Impeachment Poll, U.S. Businesses In China
The Turkish assault in northern Syria continues. A new NPR poll shows a slim majority of Americans approve of the Trump impeachment inquiry. And, why U.S. companies are caught in China's cross hairs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

PG&E's Backouts Panic California's Vulnerable Population
Planned power outages in Northern California are entering their third day. People who depend on electricity for medical devices are struggling to cope.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

PG&E's Blackouts Panic California's Vulnerable Population
Planned power outages in Northern California are entering their third day. People who depend on electricity for medical devices are struggling to cope.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

The Boom And Bust Of Iceland's Tourism Bubble
The now-defunct budget airline WOW got Iceland hooked on tourism. The island nation's economy was reshaped by the tourism boom, and WOW's bankruptcy is changing things again.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Trade Issues Have Divided Democrats, So Where Do The 2020 Candidates Stand?
President Trump has taken dramatic action on trade. His potential 2020 rivals are on the record about what they would do regarding tariffs and trade deals that could dramatically impact the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Loot Boxes Are A Lucrative Game Of Chance, But Are They Gambling?
Loot boxes are mystery boxes purchased through video games, and they are a multi-billion dollar industry. But are they gambling and should they be legal?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Has The Trade War Taken A Bite Out Of China's Economy? Yes — But It's Complicated
China's economic growth has been slowing down for years. Tariffs have contributed to slower growth since early 2018, when the economic standoff began, but it's hard to pinpoint how much.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

The Great Legacy Of The Great Recession
For some, the economy roared back after the recession. But some never recovered.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

PG&E Cuts Power In California To Avoid Sparking Wildfires
Power continues to be shut off in large parts of northern and central California. The blackouts have begun in some of the region's larger cities: Oakland and San Jose.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Analysts Doubt This Week's Trade Talks With China Will Be Successful
High-level trade negotiators from the U.S. and China meet Thursday in Washington, D.C. There is hope that they will call a cease-fire in the ongoing trade war between the two countries.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

News Brief: ISIS Detainees, Trade Talks, Sickle Cell Treatment
The U.S. is taking custody of Islamic State detainees accused of executing American and other hostages. U.S.-China trade talks resume today. A sickle cell disease patient hopes gene-editing can help.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Matt Lauer Accused Of Rape In New Book; Former NBC Star Denies 'False Stories'
New details about Lauer's alleged behavior are in Ronan Farrow's forthcoming book. Until now, the accuser's identity and her specific allegation of rape had not been publicly known.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Your Ukraine Questions, Answered
Natural gas. Rick Perry. A second whistleblower. Just what is going on?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Analysis: The Long Arm Of China And Free Speech
Doing business in China comes with major strings attached. This week, with the response to an NBA manager's tweet, it became evident that a few provocative words can cause those strings to tighten.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

GM Suppliers Hurting From Autoworkers Strike, Too
The UAW strike against GM is in its fourth week, and businesses that supply the automaker are losing millions each day. In Lansing, Mich., more than 11,000 people who supply parts are out of work.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

PG&E Aims To Prevent Sparking Wildfires With Planned Blackouts
Power company PG&E in California has begun deliberate blackouts affecting some 800,000 customers. It is trying to reduce the risk of the equipment igniting wildfires during a high winds.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Trump Appointee Gorsuch Cryptic In LGBTQ Employment Rights Case
At issue is whether Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars sex discrimination, covers gay and transgender workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Trump Appointee Gorsuch Plays Coy In LGBTQ Employment Rights Case
At issue is whether Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars sex discrimination, covers gay and transgender workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

United Auto Workers Trying To Live On Less Than Half Their Normal Pay During Strike
As the United Auto Workers' strike against General Motors continues, workers who made upwards of a few thousand dollars a week are trying to live on union strike pay of $250.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

How Electric Cars Will Change Driving And The Economy
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with E&E News reporter David Ferris, who's part of a team traveling the country in electric cars to learn how the vehicles will change driving as well as the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Blizzard Entertainment Bans Esports Player After Pro-Hong Kong Comments
The developer of World of Warcraft and Hearthstone said a player known as Blitzchung went over the line when he said, "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times!"

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

NBA Defends 'Freedom Of Speech' For Employees As China Moves To Block Games
"The long-held values of the NBA are to support the freedom of expression," NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says, after the league is criticized for its response to a tweet about Hong Kong.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

VIDEO: 8 Reasons Horror Movies Are Scary Good Business
Seven of the 10 most profitable films of all time are horror movies, and the reason why is quite simple.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Virtual Reality Goes To Work, Helping Train Employees
In the virtual world, cashiers are taught to show greater empathy, mechanics learn to repair planes, and retail workers experience how to deal with armed robbery.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Is Your Retirement Fund Ruining Our Economy?
Index Funds offer an intoxicating promise: lower fees, diversified risk, and better returns. But is there a dark side to their astonishing rise?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

News Brief: Impeachment Inquiry, Syria Policy, Chinese Tech Firms Blacklisted
A new name is connected to the impeachment probe. Two U.S. officials tell NPR that Trump's policy shift on Syria was surprising to many. U.S. blacklists Chinese tech firms over minorities' treatment.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Portland Hotelier Gordon Sondland To Testify In Trump Impeachment Probe
NPR's David Greene talks to Suzanne Stevens of the Portland Business Journal about U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland, who will be deposed as part of the House's impeachment inquiry.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Showdown Over LGBTQ Employment Rights Hits Supreme Court
The high court hears cases testing whether employers are free to fire employees because they are gay or transgender.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

U.S. Blacklists Chinese Tech Firms Over Treatment Of Uighurs
The Commerce Department added 28 Chinese security bureaus and tech firms to the Entity List, including Hikvision, a leading producer of video surveillance and face recognition technology.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Southwest Airlines Pilots Sue Boeing Over 737 Max Crashes And Grounding
The pilots say they stand to lose $100 million in income. Southwest has canceled more than 30,000 flights since the FAA grounded the aircraft in March after two crashes killed 346 people.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

New Study Finds Parents Pay Kids An Allowance Of $30 A Week On Average
A recent study found that the average allowance for kids is $30 a week. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with certified public accountant Michael Eisenberg about that number.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Restaurants Would Get More Flexibility With Workers' Tips Under Proposed Rule
The rule would allow employers to require waitstaff and others to share their tips with kitchen staff. But labor advocates say it could allow bosses to take advantage of their workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Unilever Vows To Reduce Plastic Packaging Use By 2025
Environmentalists praised the company, but also asked that it commit to more robust reforms to its plastic usage.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Renters Only: These New Homes Aren't For Sale
Developers are building thousands of single-family homes that won't require a mortgage to move in. Even people who could afford to buy are choosing to rent — they aren't ready for the long-term debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

U.S. And China To Hold 13th Round Of Trade Talks In Washington
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to White House trade adviser Peter Navarro about upcoming trade talks with China amid the impeachment probe into the president. NPR's Ayesha Rascoe weighs in on the topic.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Glenlivet Launches Edible 'Cocktail Capsule'
Scotch-maker Glenlivet is promoting something different: edible capsules that hold mini servings of whiskey cocktails. They look like little pillows, and were immediately compared to Tide pods.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

News Brief: 2nd Whistleblower, Turkey To Move Into Syria, GM Strike
Second whistleblower with direct knowledge of Ukraine call steps forward. U.S. says it will stand aside as Turkish forces extend their reach in Syria. Talks Between the UAW and GM suffer a setback.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

UAW Strike Against General Motors Enters Its 4th Week
With contract talks in Detroit at a critical point, bargainers at General Motors and the auto workers union clashed over competing proposals over the weekend.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 06, 2019

Bostonians Lament Loss Of 137-Year-Old Pub And Its Trove Of History
Doyle's Café has been in business since 1882, but the owner is closing up shop later this month. Locals are portraying this as yet another nail in the coffin of Boston history and tradition.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

What To Know About The Ukrainian Company At The Heart Of Trump's Biden Allegations
Burisma Group, the company where former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter served on the board of directors, keeps a low profile even as it promotes itself as a major natural gas producer.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

Microsoft Says Iranians Tried To Hack U.S. Presidential Campaign
Microsoft says a hacker group with ties to Iran has targeted a U.S. campaign, in the latest sign that foreign governments may try to influence the 2020 election.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

Law Enforcement Officials Try To Warn Facebook Off Its Encryption Plans
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Friday the company's plans for encryption across its messaging services, without a "backdoor" for court-approved police access, would hinder efforts to stop crime.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

New Jobs Holds Steady As Growth Slows
U.S. employers added 136,000 jobs in September and the unemployment rate fell to 3.5%. That's a sign the labor market is holding up, even as economic growth slows.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

News Roundup - Domestic
The House continues its impeachment inquiry. A Democratic frontrunner is hospitalized.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 04, 2019

Hiring Steady As Employers Add 136,000 Jobs; Unemployment Dips To 3.5%
U.S. employers added 136,000 jobs in September — a sign of continued resilience in the labor market amid growing signals that the economy is losing steam. The jobless rate was the lowest since 1969.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

New Owners Of 'Sports Illustrated' Set Massive Layoffs, Journalists Rebel
In meetings Thursday afternoon, managers told staff members of the 65-year-old magazine that about half the newsroom would be laid off, according to two people present at the meetings.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Mass Layoffs, Chaos At 'Sports Illustrated' Spark Journalists' Rebellion
Executives told staff members on Thursday that about half the newsroom would be laid off, according to two people present at the meetings. The 65-year-old magazine will be run by a digital publisher.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Why All Those Criticisms About Millennials Aren't Necessarily Fair
Lazy. Coddled. Afraid of Adulthood. These adjectives are often used to describe millennials. But are they accurate?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Why The Prices Of Irish Butter, Scotch Whisky, Other European Goods Are Going Up
The price of Irish butter, Scotch whisky and other European goods will be going up soon. The U.S. is imposing tariffs after the World Trade Organization ruled that Europe illegally subsidized Airbus.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Uber Launches An App To Connect Job Seekers With Gig Work
The Uber Works app, launching in Chicago, aims to make it easier for workers to find temporary shifts while also giving businesses more flexibility to add staff when it gets busy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Instagram Now Lets You Control Your Bully's Comments
Blocking a bully on social media doesn't always bring an end to online abuse. To try to address this, Instagram has a new anti-bullying feature called Restrict.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

MGM Resorts To Pay Up To $800 Million In Las Vegas Shooting Settlement
Lawyers for survivors and victims wanted the company held liable for negligence for having allowed the gunman into an MGM-owned hotel with luggage full of weapons and ammunition in 2017.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

Florida Bar Donates $14,000 To Bahamas' Hurricane Dorian Victims
At the Siesta Key Oyster Bar in Sarasota, customers sign dollar bills and they're stapled to the walls and ceiling. Every couple of years, employees pull off the bills and donate the money to charity.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

5 Decades Later, Communities Land Trust Still Helps Black Farmers
October marks the 50th anniversary of a pioneering effort to provide a safe haven for black farmers evicted from their land as punishment for participating in the Civil Rights Movement.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

'Why Is There Nothing Left?' Pension Funds Failing At Catholic Hospitals
The AARP has filed a lawsuit on behalf of workers at a defunct Catholic hospital in upstate New York, saying hundreds lost their pensions unfairly. And there are similar cases around the country.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

The Energy Company At The Center Of The Trump-Ukraine Controversy
Despite advertising as one of Ukraine's biggest independent gas producers, the energy company where Joe Biden's son Hunter sat on the board, is registered in Cyprus and is invisible in Kyiv.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 03, 2019

5 Decades Later, New Communities Land Trust Still Helps Black Farmers
October marks the 50th anniversary of a pioneering effort to provide a safe haven for black farmers evicted from their land as punishment for participating in the Civil Rights Movement.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

As Pressure From Regulators Increases, Juul Shifts Its Strategy
The vaping company Juul is under intense pressure from regulators and politicians. It's spending more on lobbying, public relations and grassroots campaigns to stir up opposition to new vaping laws.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Juul Turns To Lobbying, Public Relations As Pressure Increases From Regulators
The vaping company Juul is under intense pressure from regulators and politicians. It's spending more on lobbying, public relations and grassroots campaigns to stir up opposition to new vaping laws.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Investors Are Back In Saudi Arabia A Year After Khashoggi's Killing
The oil-rich kingdom has poured millions of dollars into a global damage control campaign. While some governments have shunned the country, the Trump administration remains a strong supporter.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

WTO Says U.S. Can Hit EU With $7.5 Billion In Tariffs Over Airbus Subsidies
An arbitrator sides with the U.S. in a years-long dispute over European loans and subsidies to Airbus, putting a value on the damage done to U.S. industry — particularly Boeing.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

'It All Ties,' Rachel Maddow Says Of Oil And Gas, Russia And Democracy In 'Blowout'
The MSNBC host's book compiles the most convincing research and journalism on the harm oil and gas have done to global democracy, and then weaves together a narrative of greed, power and corruption.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Johnson & Johnson Agrees To Pay Ohio Counties Millions In Opioid Deal
The $20 million settlement involving the drugmaker and two Ohio counties comes as a massive federal trial is scheduled to begin in the state later this month.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

In Opioid Settlement, Johnson & Johnson Agrees To Pay Ohio Counties $20 Million
The agreement removes the drugmaker from the list of defendants in an upcoming federal opioid trial and follows an August settlement in Oklahoma in which it agreed to pay $572 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Juul Drops Support Of San Francisco Measure To Overturn E-Cigarette Ban
E-cigarette maker Juul has withrawn its support for a ballot measure to overturn San Francisco's ban on selling the product. The move comes as health concerns about vaping mount.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Navigating The New Realities Of Work And Retirement
People age 65 and older make up the fastest-growing group of workers in the U.S. That means older Americans are navigating the new realities of work and retirement.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

Workers Are Falling Ill, Even Dying, After Making Kitchen Countertops
Irreversible lung disease has started to show up among young workers who cut, grind and polish countertops made of increasingly popular "engineered" stone. The material is more than 90 percent silica.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 02, 2019

The New Realities Of Work And Retirement
People age 65 and older make up the fastest-growing group of workers in the U.S. Some want to work; some have to work — and their numbers are changing how we view retirement.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 01, 2019

Schwab Cuts Commissions To Zero, As Free Trading Edges Toward The Norm
The traditional online broker is cutting commissions from $4.95 per trade to zero. Charles Schwab is under pressure from newer firms like Robinhood, which are app-based and target younger customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 01, 2019

Schwab, TD Ameritrade Cut Commissions To Zero As Free Trading Edges Toward The Norm
The traditional online brokers are eliminating commissions as they face pressure from newer firms like Robinhood, which are app-based and target younger customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 01, 2019

3 Online Brokers Cut Commissions To Zero As Free Trading Edges Toward The Norm
Charles Schwab, E-Trade and TD Ameritrade are eliminating commissions as they face pressure from newer firms like Robinhood, which are app-based and target younger customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 01, 2019

What We Know About Vaping-Related Illnesses And How To Prevent Them
Over 800 people have been diagnosed with vaping-related illnesses. Twelve people have died.

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