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Sep 25, 2021

A Crypto-Trading Hamster Performs Better Than Warren Buffett And The S&P 500
A hamster named Mr. Goxx enters one of two tunnels in the his cage, which determines whether he will buy or sell. As of Friday, his portfolio is up nearly 20%, according to his Twitter account.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

China Makes Cryptocurrency Illegal
China announced a ban on cryptocurrency transactions, the latest in a series of crackdowns on virtual money that comes as countries around the world are considering tougher regulations of their own.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

Global Natural Gas Prices Are Soaring
Natural gas prices are at seven-year highs in the U.S. and record highs in Europe and Asia with cold winter weather yet to arrive.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

The Battle Over Biden's Infrastructure Bill Continues
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Rep. Josh Gottheimer D-N.J., about why he wants the vote for the infrastructure bill to take place on Monday even as his own party stands divided on several provisions.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Sparks A Silicon Valley Debate: Why Not Other Tech CEOs?
As the former CEO of the blood-testing company Theranos faces fraud charges, some are asking why other tech leaders accused of wrongdoing have avoided criminal charges.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

In France's Perfume Capital Of The World, There's A World Of Beautiful Fragrance
Its jasmine and roses are prized by perfumers and those eager to learn the trade. But the French Riviera town of Grasse didn't always smell sweet. Centuries ago, it was known for leather tanneries.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 25, 2021

A Free In-School Grocery Store Is Tackling Child Hunger, One Family At A Time
The free store in an Atlanta middle school offers not only food, but household items, toiletries, clothing and shoes. Social entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe hopes to open more of the stores in the future.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

PG&E Is Charged With Manslaughter In A California Wildfire That Killed 4
If the utility were convicted of manslaughter, it would be fined for each person killed in the Zogg Fire last year near the city of Redding. The fire also destroyed destroyed hundreds of homes.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

Limits On Toilet Paper And Cleaning Supplies Are Back At Costco
Costco Chief Financial Officer Richard Galanti said an anticipated uptick in demand as the delta variant surges and supply chain challenges led to the purchase limits on key household items.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

A Huawei Executive Held In Canada Resolves Criminal Charges In A Deal With The U.S.
Meng Wanzhou, a top executive of the Chinese communications giant, resolves charges against her as part of a deal with the Justice Department that could pave the way for her to return to China.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

Canadians Are Released After A Chinese Executive Resolves U.S. Criminal Charges
Meng Wanzhou, a top executive of the Chinese communications giant, has left Canada after being detained for three years. Canada announced two of its citizens were freed by China.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

A Former ABC News Executive Says Chris Cuomo Sexually Harassed Her At A Party In 2005
Shelley Ross says Chris Cuomo, now a CNN anchor, sexually harassed her by squeezing her buttocks. Cuomo, who was then at ABC News, sent an email shortly afterward saying he was "ashamed."

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

China Declares All Cryptocurrency Transactions Illegal
Friday's notice complained Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies disrupt the financial system and are used in money-laundering and other crimes.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

Financial Trades By 2 Regional Fed Bank Presidents Draw Ethics Complaints
The Federal Reserve is reviewing its ethics policies following criticism that two regional bank presidents actively traded stocks and real estate assets during the pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Is Sparking A Gender Debate In Silicon Valley
The debate: Why have male CEOs, who promised the moon and failed, not been prosecuted? Holmes faces possible prison time over fraud charges tied to her former blood-testing company Theranos.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 24, 2021

So, You Are Shopping For A Car At A Terrible Time. Here's What To Keep In Mind
Finding a car to buy these days seems almost impossible. Dealer lots are emptier, prices are higher and shoppers are stressed out. Here's what to know.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Hollywood Production Crews May Strike Due To Unglamorously Low Wages And Long Hours
IATSE, a union which represents film crews, has asked their members to grant them the authority to strike. Conditions have worsened in the pandemic for people who work on sets for film and television.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Boppy Recalls 3.3. Million Baby Pillows After The Deaths Of 8 Infants
The loungers were sold in stores from January 2004 to September 2021. Retailers including Amazon, Pottery Barn Kids, Target and Walmart carried the product.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

What Leaked Internal Documents Reveal About The Damage Facebook Has Caused
WSJ reporter Jeff Horwitz says Facebook executives often choose to boost engagement at the expense of tackling misinformation and mental health problems, which are rampant on their platforms.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

The European Union Wants A Universal Charger For Cell Phones And Other Devices
According to the EU, 38% of consumers reported struggling at least once to charge their cell phones because they couldn't find a compatible charger.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

What A Trump Defense Secretary Said At The Elizabeth Holmes Trial
James Mattis said Holmes misled him into believing she was on the verge of rolling out a blood-testing breakthrough that he hoped would help save lives of troops in battle.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Black And Latino Homeowners Are About Twice As Likely As Whites To Get Low Appraisals
A new analysis by Freddie Mac has found that only 7.4% of appraisals in majority-white census tracts came in below contract price, compared with 12.5% for Black areas and 15.4% for Latino ones.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

A New Law in California Aims To Protect Workers At Retail Warehouses Like Amazon's
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 701 on Wednesday. It aims to address the impact of speed quotas on warehouse worker injuries and health.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Chicago Uses Social Issues To Encourage Businesses To Leave Texas
For years Texas tried to lure businesses to locate there from other states. Chicago is using a new Texas abortion ban and other social issues to try to recruit businesses from the Lone Star state.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Opposed To The New Abortion Ban In Texas? Chicago Says Move On Up To The North
For years Texas tried to lure businesses to locate there from other states. Now, Chicago is using a new Texas abortion ban and other social issues to recruit businesses from the Lone Star state.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

Nurses Are In Short Supply. Employers Worry Vaccine Mandate Could Make It Worse
President Biden has ordered more than 17 million health care workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Some health care employers fear losing large numbers of workers who don't want the shots.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 23, 2021

U.S. Businesses In China Confident Despite Pandemic And Stagnant Bilateral Relations
U.S. firms are confident about prospects in China despite a global coronavirus pandemic and stagnant bilateral relations, according to a new survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

Outside Ethics Group Says 7 House Lawmakers Didn't Disclose Stock Trades
The complaints from the Campaign Legal Center against four Democrats and three Republicans show a trend — lawmakers failing to disclose transactions required by an insider trading law.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

The Evergrande Group's Debt Issues Could Be A Drag On China's Economy
For decades, rising property prices helped enrich China. Now one of the country's biggest developers is facing bankruptcy. Policy makers fear it could send China's financial system into a tailspin.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

The Fed Says Inflation Is Hotter Than Expected — But It Should Cool Next Year
The Federal Reserve is projecting higher inflation this year than it had previously forecast, but says prices will cool more next year.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

Trump Sues His Niece Mary And 'The New York Times' Over Tax Return Stories
The former president has sued the newspaper, three of its reporters and his niece Mary Trump over a 2018 investigation of his tax returns. He accuses Mary of breaking a confidentiality agreement.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

Why Liquor Shortages Caused By The COVID-19 Pandemic Persist In Some States
Some producers can't source glass bottles, the cost to import liquor has gone up, and there is a shortage of truck drivers. Also, it just takes a long time to make some types of booze.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

Why Liquor Shortages Caused By The COVID-19 Pandemic Still Persist In Some States
Some producers can't source glass bottles, the cost to import liquor has gone up and there is a shortage of truck drivers. Also, it just takes a long time to make some types of booze.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

Many Believe It's Time To Do Away With Lawmakers Making Stock Trades
A law policing insider trading on Capitol Hill passed nearly 10 years ago. But a trend has emerged from lawmakers from both parties — they are ignoring disclosure rules created to show transparency.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

News Brief: COVID-19 Outlook, Haitian Migrants, New Orleans' Power Grid Probe
The delta variant may have peaked in the U.S. Photos of U.S. agents herding Haitian migrants at the border are hard to look at. Probe finds Entergy New Orleans fought efforts to ready for disasters.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

As Fed Meeting Wraps Up, Interest Rates Will Likely Remain Near Zero
The Federal Reserve ends a policy meeting Wednesday. No changes are expected in interest rates, but investors will be watching for hints as to when the central bank may lessen support for the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

After Hurricane Ida Failures, Calls Grow For A Probe Into New Orleans' Power Company
Utility company Entergy failed to provide power for a million people after Hurricane Ida ripped through New Orleans. A new NPR-ProPublica joint investigation examines why.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 22, 2021

The Crock Pot Went On Sale The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming
Launched in 1971 by Kansas City's Rival Manufacturing, the Crock Pot was marketed not just as a convenient way to cook, but also as a revolutionary aid for working women.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

More On The Investigations Into Video Game Publisher Giant Activision Blizzard
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Kirsten Grind about the recent turmoil at video game company Activision Blizzard.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

Activision Blizzard Confirms SEC Is Investigating It On Discrimination Allegations
In late July, California's civil rights agency sued the company. Employees staged a walkout to protest what they said was Activision's culture of sexism and discrimination.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

TikTokers Are Trading Stocks By Watching What Members Of Congress Do
Online stock trading has taken off, bolstered by easy apps and lower prices. Now, a community of young investors have a new strategy: looking for stock tips from members of Congress.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

TikTokers Are Trading Stocks By Copying What Members Of Congress Do
Online stock trading has taken off, bolstered by easy apps and lower prices. Now, a community of young investors have a new strategy: looking for stock tips from members of Congress.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

The Biden Administration Is Adding Worker Protections To Address Extreme Heat
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced it will push to protect workers against rising temperatures, including a federal rule to safeguard workers from heat-related illnesses.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

'The Contrarian' Profiles Peter Thiel, PayPal Co-Founder And Political Provocateur
Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Max Chafkin talks about the tech billionaire who broke with most of Silicon Valley in backing Trump. Thiel also secretly funded the lawsuit that bankrupted Gawker.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

McDonald's Is Phasing Out Plastic Toys From Happy Meals In A Push To Be More Green
The benefits of the change will be equivalent to more than 650,000 people not using any plastic for a year, the company said.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

Why The City Will Survive The Age Of Pandemics And Remote Work
A new book explains why "the age of urban miracles" is far from over.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

A New Beer By Samuel Adams Is Getting A Lot Of Hype
There are 15 states where this new beer is illegal. That's because it contains 28% alcohol by volume — more than five times the potency of most brews in the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

Rare First-Edition Copy Of The Constitution Is Up For Auction
Some people carry pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution, and the winner of the auction will have a chance to make a big impression. Sotheby's auction house hopes the copy might go for $20 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2021

How A Single Missing Part Can Hold Up $5 Million Machines And Unleash Industrial Hell
U.S. manufacturers are still struggling to keep pace with booming demand. The culprit? Sometimes, it's a single missing part.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2021

Big Sell-Off In Chinese Real Estate Stocks Caused Worldwide Market Dip
Stock markets slumped amid worries about instability in China's financial system, creating uncertainty over one of the world's top economies.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2021

A Chinese Company Called Evergrande Is Hitting Stocks Badly. Here's What To Know.
The Dow Jones slumped over 800 points as financial troubles at property developer China Evergrande Group became the latest in a growing list of concerns for Wall Street.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2021

A Chinese Real Estate Company Is Walloping Your Stocks. Here's Why
The Dow Jones slumped over 800 points as financial troubles at property developer China Evergrande Group became the latest in a growing list of concerns for Wall Street.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2021

America Is Divided. Evan Osnos' 'Wildland' Looks At How That Happened
Osnos' new book focuses on coal country in West Virginia; hedge fund culture in Greenwich, Conn.; institutional racism in Chicago and why Democrat Joe Manchin holds remarkable sway in the Senate.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2021

The Affordable Care Act Can Help Au Pairs Avoid Medical Debt
Child care workers from outside the U.S. often buy health coverage through an agency. But those policies can have big gaps, critics warn. ACA plans are comprehensive and, with subsidies, can be cheap.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2021

Truck Driving Has Long Been A Man's World. Meet The Women Changing That
A record number of women are becoming truck drivers, changing the face of an industry that has historically been dominated by men.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2021

Maine's Next Generation Of Lobstermen Brace For Unprecedented Change
Maine's vital lobster industry is facing big challenges: new regulations; fewer young people entering the business; and threats to its thriving lobster population, including climate change.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2021

How A Summer Of 'Yes' Is Ending In A Cloud Of Uncertainty For Businesses
Signs of slowdown are everywhere after huge increases in vacation bookings, traveling and eating out earlier this year. Southwest Airlines, Airbnb and restaurants are starting to see a pullback.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2021

How A Summer Of 'Yes' Is Ending In A Cloud Of Uncertainty For The Economy
Signs of slowdown are everywhere after huge increases in vacation bookings, traveling and eating out earlier this year. Southwest Airlines, Airbnb and restaurants are starting to see a pullback.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2021

A New Housing Regulator Could Make The American Dream More Accessible For Millions
Sources tell NPR the Biden administration is close to announcing its pick to run the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees the $11 trillion mortgage market.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

3 Tourists Allegedly Attacked A Hostess Who Asked For Vaccine Proof At A Restaurant
The hostess reportedly had to be taken to the hospital after the New York City incident, and the three women, who are from Texas, were arrested.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

3 Tourists Allegedly Attacked A Hostess Who Asked For Vaccine Proof In A Restaurant
The hostess reportedly had to be taken to the hospital after the New York City incident and the three women, who are from Texas, were arrested.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

E-Bikes Take The Stage At German Car Show
In Germany, car companies are showing off their latest electric vehicles. But in areas of Europe, some cars won't be allowed on the street soon. So some car companies are putting e-bikes on display.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

All Employees In Italy Will Be Required To Show A COVID-19 Vaccination Pass
The "green pass" will show whether a person has been vaccinated, recently recovered from COVID, or tested negative for the virus. Workers failing to present a pass will be suspended without pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

Italy Is Making COVID-19 Health Passes Mandatory For All Workers
The "green pass" will show whether a person has been vaccinated, recently recovered from COVID, or tested negative for the virus. Workers failing to present a pass will be suspended without pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

He Was An Interpreter For U.S. Forces In Afghanistan And Now He's Driving For Uber
Many Afghans who worked for the U.S. government in Afghanistan end up doing gig work or other low wage jobs in America, even when they come with language and professional skills.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

News Brief: Booster Shots, U.S. Capitol Security, Facebook Files
The FDA meets Friday to consider COVID-19 booster shots. The Capitol on Saturday faces its biggest security test since the Jan. 6 attack. The Wall Street Journal examines Facebook's internal memos.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

'The Wall Street Journal' Takes A Deep Dive Into The Facebook Files
NPR's A Martínez talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Jeff Horwitz about the paper's reporting on Facebook that found that the company knows its platforms are riddled with flaws that can cause harm.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2021

Idled Thai Taxis Go Green With Mini-Gardens On Car Roofs
Taxi fleets in Thailand are giving new meaning to the term "rooftop garden," as they utilize the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis to serve as small vegetable plots.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

The Jobs That Await Afghans In The U.S. Are Often Far Below Their Skill Level
Many Afghans who have come to the U.S. through the Special Immigrant Visa program are educated and skilled, yet they end up in low wage jobs — a missed opportunity for both workers and employers.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

'Storm Lake' Documentary Depicts The Triumph And Struggle Of A Local Newspaper
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Art Cullen discusses the battle to keep print news alive in small-town America. Cullen runs Iowa's Storm Lake Times, along with his brother, the paper's publisher.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

You Can Scrap The Password For Your Microsoft Account And Sign In With An App
Microsoft users will be able to access their accounts using an app or a code sent to their phone or email. Company officials say it will make logging on both easier and safer.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

The Justice Department Moves To Block The Purdue Pharma Sackler Bankruptcy Deal
The DOJ is seeking to block implementation of any part of the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy deal until legal challenges are settled. The deal granted Sackler family members immunity from opioid lawsuits.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

The DOJ Moves To Block The Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Deal That Shields The Sacklers
The DOJ is seeking to block implementation of any part of the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy deal until legal challenges are settled. The deal granted Sackler family members immunity from opioid lawsuits.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

Philip Morris Is Buying An Asthma Inhaler Company. Health Groups Are Suspicious
The purchase "is the latest reprehensible choice from a company that has profited from addicting users to its deadly products," the American Lung Association said.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2021

A Record Number Of Women Are Driving Trucks To Pay The Bills
After losing jobs during the pandemic, more and more women are becoming truck drivers. Many have been attracted by the high demand and higher pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2021

A 'New Yorker' Editor Dug For Diversity Stats. She Calls The Results 'Passive Racism'
Combing through the archives, Erin Overbey found that the print publication resembles "a Southern country club in the 1950s," in which barely any writers and editors of color or women are represented.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2021

Lawmakers Push Facebook To Abandon Instagram For Kids, Citing Mental Health Concerns
New reporting on Facebook's internal research into the risks of Instagram to teens is fueling pressure from Washington.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money
In a civil suit filed this week, the Justice Department accuses a New York medical analytics company and two consultants of helping Medicare Advantage plans cheat taxpayers out of millions of dollars.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Your Next iPhone Could Have 1 Terabyte Of Storage
The new iPhone 13, available later this month, will have an option for a terabyte of storage — that's 1,000 gigabytes, up from its previous maximum of 512 GB.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Prices Are Still Going Up, But Not As Dramatically As Prior Months
Consumer prices continued to climb in August, but pandemic inflation may have peaked. Gasoline and groceries are getting more expensive, but airline tickets and used cars are getting cheaper.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Right-Wing Media Outfit Powers Larry Elder's Bid For California Governor
Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's long-shot bid to unseat California Gov. Gavin Newsom relies on the support of Salem Media Group, the right-wing network that employs him.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

A Right-Wing Media Outfit Powers Larry Elder's Bid For California Governor
Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's long-shot bid to unseat California Gov. Gavin Newsom relies on the support of Salem Media Group, the right-wing network that employs him.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Inflation Slowed A Bit Last Month, But Prices Are Still Rising
Prices have been climbing at the fastest pace in over a decade, as Americans pay more for gas, groceries and other items. The Labor Department issues its latest data for the month of August.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

How A Blistering Housing Market Could Be Making Wildfires Even More Dangerous
California Homes Are Burning. Why Are They Still Increasing In Value?

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Apple Issues Critical Patch To Fix Security Hole Exploited By Spyware Company
Apple released a critical software patch to fix a security vulnerability that researchers said could allow hackers to directly infect iPhones and other Apple devices without any user action.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Fox Buys TMZ From AT&T's WarnerMedia For Roughly $50 Million
NPR's Noel King talks to Alex Weprin of The Hollywood Reporter, who was the first to report that Fox was buying TMZ in a deal worth a little under $50 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

Key Inflation Indicator Will Be Updated With August Data
Prices have been climbing at the fastest pace in over a decade, as Americans pay more for gas, groceries and other items. The Labor Department issues its latest information for the month of August.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

News Brief: Blinken's Testimony, Calif. Recall Election, Inflation Indicator
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken testifies before a Senate panel about Afghanistan. Californians decide Tuesday whether to recall Gov. Newsom. Consumer Prices for August are expected to show a jump.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2021

High Meat Prices Are Helping Fuel Inflation, And A Few Big Companies Are Being Blamed
Meat prices are climbing fast and the White House says large meatpacking companies that control most of the country's supply are partly to blame.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2021

A Handful Of Big Meat Packing Companies May Be Pushing Up The Price Of Groceries
The Biden administration says part of the reason grocery prices are climbing is the consolidation in the meat packing industry. Just four firms are said to have a stranglehold on the market.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2021

Trade Group Wants Biden Administration To Clarify New Pandemic Rules
NPR's A Martínez talks to CEO Geoff Freeman of Consumer Brands Association about federal rules requiring some businesses to have employees submit to weekly COVID-19 tests if they aren't vaccinated.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2021

Life Kit: How To Make Hybrid Work Successful
The pandemic forced many people to work from home. Now, a lot of workers want to keep that setup, at least some of the time.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2021

What Businesses Are Saying About Biden's New Vaccine Mandate
Private businesses and unions react to President Biden's new plan to require vaccinations and testing for millions of American workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2021

Biden Has Ambitious Infrastructure Plans. But A Worker Shortage Could Hinder Them
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Andy Van Kleunen, CEO of the National Skills Coalition, about the shortage of skilled workers needed to fulfill President Biden's infrastructure plan.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2021

Wall Street Was Once The Home Of The Big Banks. 9/11 Led To A Radical Reinvention
For centuries, Wall Street was where some of the biggest banks in the world were based. Today, it's home to Uber and Spotify, and new residents have poured in.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2021

Arizona Dumps Bonds After Ben & Jerry's Stops Selling In Israeli-Occupied Territories
Arizona has sold off $93 million in Unilever bonds in the global consumer products company over subsidiary Ben & Jerry's decision to stop selling its ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2021

What The Ruling In The Epic Games V. Apple Lawsuit Means For iPhone Users
Fortnite maker Epic Games sued Apple over its App Store policies. Now, the federal court's decision could reshape the multibillion-dollar digital economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2021

Tensions Over Use Of Klamath River Basin's Water Were Magnified By Draught
Many rely on the Klamath River Basin on the California border, especially with the historic draught in the West. Things got heated this summer between the area's tribes and ranchers.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2021

United Airlines CEO On The Decision To Put Unvaccinated Employees On Leave In October
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby about the airline's announcement that they will put their unvaccinated employees on temporary leave starting in October.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2021

Taco Bell Wants Your Old Sauce Packets So They Can Be Recycled
More than 8 billion of the packets wind up in landfills each year. Now, the fast food chain wants customers to send them in so they can be recycled into other products.

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