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NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

The Most Watched Show at the Office? Sexual Harassment Training Videos
A nationwide awakening to workplace mistreatment has fostered a market for video companies and for actors who step into short, uncomfortable roles.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Smith & Wesson Maker to Split Into Two Companies
American Outdoor Brands said it would separate its firearms business into a publicly traded company.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Highways on Fire. Semesters Cut Short. A Recession. Can Hong Kong Heal?
Months of antigovernment protests and increasingly violent clashes with the police have upended daily life in the global financial hub, with the potential to alter the city's character.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Apple's Reach Reshapes Medical Research
The company's tools enable researchers to track huge numbers of people. But doctors do not yet know if it will significantly improve health outcomes.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Is This the End of ‘Days of Our Lives'?
Cast members of the long-running soap opera jumped in to counter rumors of the show's demise. Its producers are currently in renewal talks with NBC.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Vintage Cars With Old Souls, and Touch Screens and A.C.
"When you drive your collector car you want it to be able to have reliable air conditioning."

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

‘Baby Shark' Devoured Your Brain. Your Wallet Is Harder to Swallow.
A new concert tour, "Baby Shark Live!," is an attempt to wring real money out of a video with 3.9 billion streams.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

P‘Baby Shark' Devoured Your Brain. Your Wallet Is Harder to Swallow.
A new concert tour, "Baby Shark Live!," is an attempt to wring real money out of a video with 3.9 billion streams.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

We Spent the Night at a Bodega and Wrote It All Down
Eight hours, 322 sales, two cops, one America's Next Top Model, and one very persistent drug dealer.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Warren Wealth Tax Could Slow Economy, Early Analysis Finds
A preliminary projection by Penn Wharton researchers said a drop in investment by the richest Americans would crimp growth.

NYTimes Business
Nov 14, 2019

Germany Narrowly Avoids Recession as Trade Tensions Ease
Strong consumer spending and construction compensated for slumping factory output, according to new data.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Japan's Economic Growth Falls Sharply as Exports Slow
The results threatened a fragile streak of expansion that has defied global turbulence.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

To Drive Down Insulin Prices, W.H.O. Will Certify Generic Versions
About 80 million people with diabetes around the world need the hormone, and half of them can't afford it. Creating competition could help, the agency said.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

McClatchy Says So Long to Saturday (Print) Newspapers
The fifth-largest newspaper chain in the country will try to encourage more digital subscriptions with a weekend plan affecting dailies in 14 states.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Google Makes a Bid for Banking, Where Tech Firms Go to Stumble
Attempts to create tech-focused alternatives to traditional banking have struggled to be more than a niche product.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Manafort's 2016 Gambit: A Back Channel From Trump Camp to Labor
As campaign chairman, he is reported to have enlisted a go-between seeking to blunt union efforts to turn out the vote.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

A Milk Giant Goes Broke as Americans Reject Old Staples
Dean Foods filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday. It's not the first food giant to be caught off guard by a shift in tastes.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

WeWork Lost $1.25 Billion in Third Quarter
The co-working company's losses increased sharply as it expanded ahead of a failed initial public offering.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein's Estate May Set Up a Program to Pay Accusers
A proposal for a "claims resolution program" was referred to in a court filing by a lawyer for a woman who accused the financier of sexual abuse. Not all the plaintiffs' lawyers are on board.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Fed Chair Paints Rosy Economic Picture but Says Risks Remain
In testimony before Congress, Jerome Powell also suggested the Fed can test the labor market's limits.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Texting While Walking Is Dangerous. Here's How to Stop.
You know you do it. It's not safe, obviously. Here's how to take control of your tech use.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Tesla Is Going to Build a Factory Near Berlin
Tesla's chairman, Elon Musk, provided few details about the plant, which would be Tesla's first major factory in Europe.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

MSNBC's Surprise Guest: George Conway, Husband of Kellyanne
In one of TV news's most coveted bookings, a prominent Trump critic appeared on MSNBC to comment on the House impeachment hearings.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

How to Succeed in Coach Without Sacrificing Self-Care
Women's networking conferences that take place on land are so five years ago. Now they happen in the sky, with spa treatments and Reiki.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

New York Identifies Hospitals and Nursing Homes With Deadly Fungus
The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infections than it previously estimated.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Tesla is Going to Build a Factory in Berlin
Mr. Musk, Tesla's chairman, provided few details about the plant, which would be Tesla's first major factory in Europe.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Hong Kong Colleges Become Besieged Citadels as Police Close In
Police have begun raiding the edges of the biggest campuses to make arrests, leading student activists to engage with them in pitched battles that resemble medieval sieges.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

‘SpongeBob' Spinoff Highlights Netflix-Nickelodeon Deal
Nickelodeon will create and produce original animated content based on its library of characters for the streaming service.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

A Milk Giant Goes Broke as Americans Quit Old Staples
Dean Foods filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday. It's not the first food giant to be caught off guard by a shift in tastes.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Carl's Jr.'s Marketing Plan: Pitch Burgers, Not Sex
With sales slipping, a fast-food chain notorious for featuring scantily clad women has decided on a food-centric message.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

A Trustee Leaves Trove of Old Masters Works to the Met
In her bequest, the longtime donor Jayne Wrightsman left more than 375 works to the museum, along with $80 million for acquisitions.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

How Do You Decide What Information to Believe?
In a time of heightened political polarization and an avalanche of messages and news sources, tell us how you get your information.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Fed Chair Paints Rosy Economic Picture, but Says Risks Remain
In testimony before Congress, Jerome Powell will also underline central bank independence and argue that Congress should mind the deficit.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Reading This While Walking? Here's How to Break That Awful Habit
You know you do it: texting and walking at the same time. It's not safe, obviously. Here's how to take control of your tech use.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

In Data Journalism, Tech Matters Less Than the People
Ben Casselman, an economics reporter, uses a programming language called R and works with vast data sets. But he says interviews still make for the best stories.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Hong Kong's Universities, the Last Refuge of Protesters, Become Battlegrounds
Police have begun raiding the edges of campuses to make arrests, leading student activists to engage with them in pitched battles that resemble medieval sieges.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Subzero Interest Rates Are Luring Insurers to Risk
Usually the most strait-laced of investors, insurance companies are letting loose to gain some income, drawing the attention of regulators.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Elon Musk Announces Tesla Factory for Berlin
Mr. Musk, Tesla's chairman, said the electric carmaker would build its first European factory near the German capital.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Dear Reader: Watch Where You're Going
You know you do it: texting and walking at the same time. It's not safe, obviously. Here's how to take control of your tech use.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Superhero or Supervillain? Technology's Role Changes Comic Books
The industry has evolved from pencils and inks to computers and tablets.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Would 19 Hours and 16 Minutes in the Air Make Me Crazy?
Qantas plans to offer the longest commercial flight ever, nonstop from New York to Sydney. Sarah Lyall took the test flight, with kangaroo-themed pajamas and, perhaps, too much medication.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Burgers, Not Sex, Will Be the Focus of New Carl's Jr. Ads
With sales slipping, a fast-food chain notorious for featuring scantily clad women has decided on a food-centric message.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

Red and Blue Economies Are Heading in Sharply Different Directions
On the surface, there seems to be parity between Democratic-leaning and Republican-leaning metro areas, but take a closer look.

NYTimes Business
Nov 13, 2019

As Push for Higher Minimum Wages Grows, New York Offers a Test Case
Fed research suggested higher minimum wages did not cost jobs in border counties. Industry-level analysis and real-life stories back that up — with caveats.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Not Streaming: ‘Song of the South' and Other Films Stay in the Past
The streaming boom will not include problematic films from decades ago, like Disney's 1946 musical.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Financial Times Names First Woman as Top Editor in Its 131 Years
Roula Khalaf, a 24-year veteran of the salmon-hued daily, will take over from the veteran journalist Lionel Barber in January.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Richard Plepler, Former HBO Boss, Is Close to Apple Deal
The executive, known as an Emmy magnet before leaving HBO in February, is in talks to make shows for a new streaming service.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Trump Renews Tariff Threat Against China and Touts U.S. Economic ‘Boom'
President Trump, in an economic address in New York, said his policies have fueled America's growth but gave little indication that a breakthrough in China trade talks was imminent.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

University of Illinois Is Stifling NPR Reporting on Sexual Misconduct, Critics Say
The university, which owns the license for NPR Illinois, says the station's journalists are bound by Title IX rules and can't promise confidentiality to sources reporting sexual misconduct.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Handcuffed for Selling Churros: Inside the World of Illegal Food Vendors
On the male-dominated black market, a permit for mobile food vending can easily cost $25,000.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Nissan's Profit Tumbles as It Struggles to Move Past Management Problems
The automaker said its quarterly profit had fallen nearly 55 percent, and cut its forecast for annual earnings.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

The SoftBank Effect: How $100 Billion Left Workers in a Hole
SoftBank poured money into start-ups that use armies of contractors. That has upended the lives of drivers, hotel operators and real estate agents around the world.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Southwest Will Hasten Jet Inspections After F.A.A. Concerns
The speedier checks come after scrutiny of the airline's used planes turned up previously undisclosed repairs and incorrectly completed fixes.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

We Teach A.I. Systems Everything, Including Our Biases
Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

McDonald's Lawsuit Targets ‘Pervasive' Culture of Sexual Harassment
A former McDonald's employee in Michigan filed suit just a week after the chain's C.E.O. was fired for a relationship with a subordinate.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

The Daily Northwestern Apologizes to Student Protesters for Reporting
Editors at the campus newspaper spurred a backlash from professional journalists after they apologized for how they covered protests at a speech by Jeff Sessions.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

‘She Build': Creating an All-Women Real Estate Development Team
Women are pushing to establish more senior roles for themselves in commercial real estate, an area where they are severely underrepresented.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

DealBook: U.S. Companies, Ranked by What Americans Value
The American public values things like fair pay, ethical leadership and job creation. Which companies come out top when judged against those metrics?

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

Nissan Profit Tumbles as It Struggles to Move Past Management Problems
The automaker said its quarterly profit fell nearly 55 percent, and cut its forecast for annual earnings.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

How Laws Against Child Sexual Abuse Imagery Can Make It Harder to Detect
Tech companies are deploying artificial intelligence to detect new photos and videos. But such efforts may run afoul of the law.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

How to Sell a House in Southern Calfornia: Make a Movie
"You're not just selling an address,'' a video producer said, "you're selling a lifestyle." Attractive actors and expensive cars flesh out the fantasy.

NYTimes Business
Nov 12, 2019

How to Sell a House in Southern California: Make a Movie
"You're not just selling an address,'' a video producer said, "you're selling a lifestyle." Attractive actors and expensive cars flesh out the fantasy.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Google to Store and Analyze Millions of Health Records
The tech company's deal with Ascension is part of a push to use artificial intelligence to aid health services.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

A.I. Systems Echo Biases They're Fed, Putting Scientists on Guard
Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman of Health Care Giant, Dies at 60
After rising up its ladder, he ran Kaiser Permanente, the admired California organization that integrates hospitals, clinics and health insurance.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

WeWork Talking With John Legere of T-Mobile About C.E.O. Job
The troubled office space company is said to be considering several candidates for the top job after pushing out its founder.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Trump May Punt on Auto Tariffs as European Carmakers Propose Plan
Carmakers have quietly promised big investments in their American factories in hopes of avoiding the tariffs as a Wednesday deadline for the president to make a decision approaches.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Facebook's New Role as News Publisher Brings New Scrutiny
A quarrel arises over a newsletter's attempt to tie Campbell Brown, Facebook's news head, to articles attacking Elizabeth Warren on a website she co-founded.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Engage China, or Confront It? What's the Right Approach Now?
At last week's DealBook conference in New York, policy experts discussed the relationship between China and the United States. The diplomacy has become more aggressive — a change some experts applaud and others fear.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Fervor Grows for Regulating Big Tech
Business leaders who gathered in New York were largely in favor of more regulation to ensure that technology companies are working for users.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

‘I Am Desperate for Leadership' on Reducing Gun Violence
A task force at the DealBook conference addressed the role of corporate America in tackling this divisive issue.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Business Leaders on Capitalism, Challenges and Their 8-Year-Old Selves
At the annual DealBook conference in New York, leaders at the "Groundbreakers Lunch" discussed the appropriate role of business in shaping policy and driving social change.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Leaders Take a New Look at the Trust Factor
The words "trust" and "responsibility" were peppered throughout more than a dozen conversations at The New York Times's DealBook conference.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Gwyneth Paltrow on Goop and Beyond: ‘It's a Process'
Once ambivalent about her ambition, Ms. Paltrow, who founded her lifestyle-and-wellness company in 2008, says she now embraces it.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Hillary Clinton on Health Care, Impeachment and Gutsy Women
The former secretary of state opens up about the current political climate, and says she is a fundamentally optimistic person.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

What's the Coolest Thing Bill Gates Is Doing?
On the list: meeting a scientist working on solving malnutrition, keeping up with his children on technology and being friends with Warren Buffett.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Boeing's C.E.O., Dennis Muilenburg, Expresses Regret
He reflects on his company's handling of two crashes that killed 346 people.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

How Airbnb Plans to Verify Rentals After a California Shooting
Brian Chesky, the chief executive, said Airbnb would undertake a series of initiatives to instill "peace of mind" after five people died on Halloween night.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Netflix Keeps an Eye on the Mouse
More companies are streaming, but Reed Hastings says he expects to learn the most from one: Disney.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Looking Beyond Profits
The chief executives for Johnson & Johnson and IBM said businesses had a responsibility to both employees and customers.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi Is Making Some Headway
The company has gone through a difficult period, but just posted financial results that exceeded Wall Street's expectations.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

What, if Anything, Should Be Done to Rein in Big Tech?
Makan Delrahim, Kevin Systrom and Bill Gates weighed in on antitrust issues.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

WeWork in Talks With John Legere of T-Mobile for C.E.O. Job
The troubled office space company is said to be considering several candidates for the top job after pushing out its founder.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Uber C.E.O. Backtracks After Comparing Khashoggi's Killing to an Accident
Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder "was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused."

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Singles Day: Alibaba Says A Lot of People in China Bought Stuff Online
The retail bonanza shows that the world still wants to come to the country, at least when giant buckets of money are involved.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

As SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites, Scientists See Threat to ‘Astronomy Itself'
Various companies are pressing ahead with plans for internet service from space, which has prompted astronomers to voice concerns about the impact on research from telescopes on Earth.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

SpaceX Launches 60 Additional Starlink Satellites to Orbit
As the company presses ahead with its project to launch tens of thousands of satellites for internet service from space, astronomers fear "the night sky will never be the same."

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Singles Day: There Sure Are a Lot of People in China Buying Stuff Online
The retail bonanza shows that the world still wants to come to China, at least when giant buckets of money are involved.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

How Much Would You Pay for a Houseplant?
Four-figure price tags. Destination auctions. Yearslong wait-lists. Rare plant collectors aren't messing around.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

On the Internet, No One Knows You're Not Rich. Except This Account.
It's easy to look successful on Instagram. Now, getting caught out is easy too.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Running the Numbers on Elizabeth Warren's Wealth Tax
Her policy would make it much harder for people to remain multibillionaires into old age. Here's what that would look like for Bill Gates and others.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

Europe Is Toughest on Big Tech, Yet Big Tech Still Reigns
There is a lot to learn from mistakes that the Continent's regulators have made, say consumer groups, lawyers and rival companies.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

SpaceX to Launch 60 More Starlink Satellites
As the company presses ahead with its project to launch tens of thousands of satellites for internet service from space, astronomers fear "the night sky will never be the same."

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

There Sure Are a Lot of People in China Buying Stuff Online Today
The Singles Day retail bonanza shows that the world still wants to come to China, at least when giant buckets of money are involved.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

DealBook: Running the Numbers on Elizabeth Warren's Wealth Tax
Her policy would make it much harder for people to remain multibillionaires into old age. Here's what that would look like for Bill Gates and others.

NYTimes Business
Nov 11, 2019

What a Judge's Rare Reversal Means in the Platinum Partners Fraud Case
After a jury's guilty verdicts, a federal judge found there was insufficient evidence of criminal intent to convict David Levy and granted Mark Nordlicht a new trial.

NYTimes Business
Nov 10, 2019

The Video Game Death Stranding Arrives After an Elaborate Ad Campaign
The slow-burn marketing effort was a lot like a rollout for a blockbuster movie.

NYTimes Business
Nov 10, 2019

How Bad Is China's Debt? A City Hospital Is Asking Nurses for Loans
The city of Ruzhou spent big, then used its health care workers to raise money, as local governments look for ways to keep the economy going.

NYTimes Business
Nov 10, 2019

Hunting for White Elephants in China's Coal Country
We came looking for signs of government overspending. We left with a police escort. These days in China, the economy is a sensitive subject.

NYTimes Business
Nov 10, 2019

Netflix Was Only the Start: Disney Streaming Service Shakes an Industry
With the arrival of Disney Plus on Tuesday, a growing medium rises to dominance.

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