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NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

Europe Banned Russia's RT Network. Its Content Is Still Spreading.
A study found that hundreds of sites, many without obvious Kremlin links, copied Russian propaganda and spread it to unsuspecting audiences ahead of the E.U. election.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

Why Are People So Down About the Economy? Theories Abound.
Things look strong on paper, but many Americans remain unconvinced. We asked economic officials, the woman who coined "vibecession" and Charlamagne Tha God what they think is happening.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

There's a Program to Cancel Private Student Debt. Most Don't Know About It.
A nonprofit group is publicizing the relief program that Navient, a large lender, created for students who attended for-profit schools that misled them.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

GDP Gain in First Quarter Revised Downward in U.S.
Consumers eased up on spending in the face of rising prices and high interest rates, Commerce Department data shows.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

What's Behind Donald Trump's Courtship of Elon Musk
The Republican is courting the mogul to bolster his re-election fight, but the Biden campaign sees a political opportunity to exploit.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

Will Billions More in New Aid Save Family Farms?
The Biden administration aims to better support small farmers while still aiding big operations and rewarding climate-friendly practices. It's a tall order.

NYTimes Business
May 30, 2024

Singapore Airlines Flight Fell 178 Feet in Under 5 Seconds
A man died and more than 70 other people were injured last week when a flight to Singapore from London hit sudden turbulence.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Activist Investor Nelson Peltz Is Said to Sell His Disney Stake
A billionaire who was critical of Disney's management, Mr. Peltz lost an expensive battle for a place on the company's board.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Home Insurance Is Clobbering Consumers. Yet It's Barely Counted in Inflation.
Skyrocketing premiums are hitting homeowners hard, but they barely factor into common price measures.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Home Insurance Is Clobbering Consumers. Yet It's Barely Counted as Inflation.
Skyrocketing premiums are hitting homeowners hard, but they barely factor into common price measures.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Once a Sheriff's Deputy in Florida, Now a Source of Disinformation From Russia
In 2016, Russia used an army of trolls to interfere in the U.S. presidential election. This year, an American given asylum in Moscow may be accomplishing much the same thing all by himself.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

ConocoPhillips to Acquire Marathon Oil in $22.5 Billion All-Stock Deal
The takeover is the latest in a wave of consolidation sweeping the oil industry, with the biggest players rushing to acquire smaller rivals.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Apex, the Largest Stegosaurus Fossil Ever Found, Heads to Auction
The specimen, found by the paleontologist Jason Cooper, could be auctioned for millions of dollars by Sotheby's.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

ConocoPhillips to Acquire Marathon Oil in $22.5 Billion Deal
The takeover is the latest in a wave of consolidation sweeping the oil industry, with the biggest players rushing to acquire smaller rivals.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

ConocoPhillips to Buy Marathon Oil as M.&A. Frenzy Continues
ConocoPhillips has agreed to buy Marathon Oil for $22.5 billion, as consolidation in the U.S. energy sector shows little sign of slowing down.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Another Big Oil Deal Despite Regulatory Pushback and Market Volatility
ConocoPhillips has agreed to buy Marathon Oil for $22.5 billion, as consolidation in the U.S. energy sector shows little sign of slowing down.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

American Airlines Is Accused of Discrimination in Lawsuit
Three Black men said they and five other Black men were removed from a Phoenix-to-New York flight in January for about an hour because of a complaint about body odor.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Mark Zuckerberg is Popular Again Thanks to Meta's Open-Source AI
After some trying years during which Mr. Zuckerberg could do little right, many developers and technologists have embraced the Meta chief as their champion of "open-source" artificial intelligence.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

‘Star Wars: The Acolyte' Goes Back to the Beginning
Her new "Star Wars" show is a dream come true, but she knows it carries enormous expectations. "I would be lying if I said I wasn't scared," she said.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

The Ancient Art of Calligraphy Is Having a Revival
Calligraphy, which means "beautiful writing" in Ancient Greek, is seeing a surge of interest from younger people who say it offers a meditative and creative escape.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

I.M.F. Is Upbeat on China's Growth but Questions Its Industrial Policy
Surging exports and factory investment are buoying China's output, but the housing market faces serious troubles and industrial policies may hurt other countries.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

Saudi Arabia Eyes a Future Beyond Oil
The kingdom is trying to juggle its still-vital petroleum industry with alternative energy sources like wind and solar as it faces pressure to lower carbon emissions.

NYTimes Business
May 29, 2024

As Interest in Clean Energy Grows, Saudi Arabia Eyes a Future Beyond Oil
The kingdom is trying to juggle its still-vital petroleum industry with alternative energy sources like wind and solar as it faces pressure to lower carbon emissions.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Elon Musk Dominates Space Launch. Rivals Are Calling Foul.
At a time when the U.S. government is concerned about its reliance on a mercurial billionaire for access to space, new competitors say Elon Musk's SpaceX is using tactics intended to squash them.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

I.M.F. Is Upbeat on China's Growth but Questions Industrial Policy
Surging exports and factory investment are buoying China's output, but the housing market faces serious troubles and industrial policies may hurt other countries.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Haiti Names New Prime Minister to Try to Lead Country Out of Crisis
Garry Conille is taking on the office just ahead of the arrival of a Kenyan-led international police force charged with helping restore order to the violence-torn nation.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Chevron's $53 Billion Oil Deal Is Backed by Hess Shareholders
Hurdles remain as Chevron and Exxon Mobil wage a legal battle over Hess's stake in a lucrative oil project in Guyana.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Charles Barkley Has Thoughts on the Future of ‘Inside the NBA'
Next season could be the last for TNT's influential and beloved studio show, and Charles Barkley, for one, will not be going quietly.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

The Daily Beast's New Bosses Plan Buyouts to Cut Losses
The two leaders have looked for money-saving measures since joining the digital tabloid in April.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Ryan Salame, FTX Executive, Gets Seven and a Half Year Prison Sentence
Ryan Salame, the head of FTX's subsidiary in the Bahamas, was the first of Sam Bankman-Fried's deputies to be sentenced since the crypto exchange collapsed in November 2022.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

BuzzFeed Clashes With Vivek Ramaswamy, Its New Activist Investor
The former G.O.P. presidential candidate, who has invested in BuzzFeed, believes the company needs to pivot. He wants to see commentators like Tucker Carlson in its lineup.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

I.R.S. Failed to Police Puerto Rico Tax Break, Whistle-Blower Says
An insider accused the agency of failing to scrutinize a lucrative tax break in Puerto Rico designed to lure wealthy Americans to the island.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Adam Neumann Gives Up on Buying Back WeWork
The co-founder of the shared-office company, who stepped down under pressure before the firm went bankrupt, announced an audacious takeover bid earlier this year.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Columbia Grads Reflect on How the Campus Protests Have Shaped Them
As students in Columbia's class of 2024 received their diplomas, many of them were grappling with what intense activism on campus would mean to their futures.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Big Oil's Winning Streak Forces Activists to Regroup
Climate-focused shareholders are rethinking their tactics ahead of this week's annual meetings at Exxon Mobil and Chevron.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

OpenAI Says It Has Begun Training a New Flagship A.I. Model
The advanced A.I. system would succeed GPT-4, which powers ChatGPT. The company has also created a new safety committee to address A.I.'s risks.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

If A.I. Can Do Your Job, Maybe It Can Also Replace Your C.E.O.
Chief executives are vulnerable to the same forces buffeting their employees. Leadership is important, but so is efficiency — and cost-cutting.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Want to Succeed as an Artist? We've Got a Coach For You.
With a rising number of artists vying for a limited number of galleries and grants, arts professionals are pivoting to careers as coaches. But can they help people profit from their talents?

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

London Moves to Revive Its Reputation as a Financial Hub
As fears have grown that the city is losing its attractiveness for publicly traded businesses, Britain's government is making changes to bring them back.

NYTimes Business
May 28, 2024

Business-First Hong Kong Now Comes With a Catch: Beijing Politics
The city, promised some autonomy by China, is trying to move on from a security law imposed by Beijing. Companies are learning that's not always possible.

NYTimes Business
May 27, 2024

Stanley Goldstein, Who Helped Make CVS a Pharmacy Giant, Dies at 89
The small chain that he, a brother and a third partner opened in 1963 had become the nation's largest by the time he retired as its chief executive three decades later.

NYTimes Business
May 27, 2024

Teamsters Struggle to Unionize Amazon and FedEx Delivery Workers
The Teamsters union has made little headway in organizing workers at Amazon and FedEx despite wage and other gains it secured at UPS last year.

NYTimes Business
May 27, 2024

Elon Musk's xAI Raises $6 Billion
Mr. Musk, who founded xAI last year, has said the business "still has a lot of catching up to do" as it looks to compete with well-funded companies like OpenAI.

NYTimes Business
May 27, 2024

Biden Doesn't Want You Buying an E.V. From China. Here's Why.
The president wants to shift America's car fleet toward electric vehicles, but not at the expense of American jobs or national security.

NYTimes Business
May 27, 2024

How China Pulled So Far Ahead on Industrial Policy
The United States and Europe are trying to catch up to a rival skilled in using all the levers of government and banking to dominate global manufacturing.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

‘Furiosa' Is a Memorial Day Weekend Box Office Dud
Memorial Day weekend ticket sales in North America are expected to total $125 million, down 40 percent from last year.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

What Happened to Ad-Free TV on Streaming Services?
Ads are here, there — almost everywhere — on streaming services now.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

Savoring the Summer at 5 Waterside Hotels
Whether it's by a lake or an ocean, or in a castle or a cottage, here are places where the water is never far.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

Big Sky, Big Growth: How Montana's Newcomers Are Shaping Its Senate Duel
Out-of-state transplants, drawn during the pandemic by the Mountain West's allure, have caused prices to soar and created new uncertainty in the state's crucial Senate race.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

Foster Children Fight to Stop States From Taking Federal Benefits
A longstanding practice of using a child's federal survivor and disability benefits to defray the cost of foster care is under scrutiny in Congress and statehouses.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

A Writer Returns to the White Elephant Hotel on Nantucket
A writer returns to a classic Massachusetts hotel, where he worked 50 years ago, to ponder how he, the island, and the newly refurbished inn, have changed.

NYTimes Business
May 26, 2024

Shaquille O'Neal's Plan to Bring Back Reebok Basketball
After pushing to be in charge of the company's return to basketball, the Hall of Famer understands the stakes. "If this doesn't work, everyone's leaving," he said.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

G7 Finance Ministers Aim to Use Russia's Frozen Assets to Help Ukraine
Western economic officials projected a united front, and braced for retaliation, as they prepped tougher sanctions and tariffs.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

G7 Finance Ministers Close Ranks as Tensions with Russia and China Fester
Western economic officials projected a united front, and braced for retaliation, as they prepped tougher sanctions and tariffs.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

The NCAA Agreed to Pay Players. It Won't Call Them Employees.
The argument is the organization's attempt to maintain the last vestiges of its amateur model and to prevent college athletes from collectively bargaining.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

The N.C.A.A. Agreed to Pay Players. It Won't Call Them Employees.
The argument is the organization's attempt to maintain the last vestiges of its amateur model and to prevent college athletes from collectively bargaining.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

Dogs at the Office: Who's Controlling Whom?
Someone needs skills training.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

6 Podcasts About the Joys and Terrors of Air Travel
In this month's roundup, true stories of air disasters (and why they're so rare), as well as love letters to life in the skies.

NYTimes Business
May 25, 2024

Who'd Want to Give a Commencement Speech Anymore?
Executive communications experts say the gig is becoming a harder sell for business leaders.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

The Emails at the Heart of the Government's Ticketmaster Case
Live Nation Entertainment, which owns Ticketmaster, is accused of violating antitrust laws. The Justice Department drew on the concert behemoth's internal communications in its lawsuit.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Are These Drones Too Chinese to Pass U.S. Muster in an Anti-China Moment?
U.S.-based Anzu Robotics is selling drones using technology from DJI, a Chinese firm that is the target of efforts by lawmakers to limit Chinese technology in America.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

U.A.W. Seeks a New Election at Mercedes-Benz Plants in Alabama
The union, which lost an organizing vote at two factories last week, argued to federal officials that the automaker had violated labor laws.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

NASA Astronauts to Wait Another Week for Boeing Starliner Launch
Officials from NASA and Boeing say they have worked out a solution to a helium leak that has kept the Starliner astronaut capsule grounded.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Brooke Shields Elected President of Stage Actors' Union
She takes office immediately. The previous leader of Actors' Equity, Kate Shindle, had been president since 2015, and did not run again.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Beef Tissue from Sick Cow Tests Positive for Bird Flu Virus
Muscle from a sick dairy cow tested positive for the virus. The meat did not enter the commercial food supply, which officials said remained safe.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Brooke Shields Elected President of Labor Union Actors' Equity
She takes office immediately. The previous leader, Kate Shindle, had been president since 2015, and did not run again.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

After Outcry, Chuck E. Cheese Says It Will Keep More Animatronic Bands
Plans to phase out most of Chuck E. Cheese's animatronic bands prompted fans to plead for their survival. The bands will now play on at three additional locations.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

How Right Wing Commentators Are Pushing Raw Milk Misinformation
On sites like Infowars, Gab and Rumble, federal concerns about raw milk are seen as overreach, but there are serious health risks and no scientifically proven benefits.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Interest on Federal Student Loans Is Rising to 6.53%
The rate for undergraduate loans is up from 5.5 percent this past school year and higher than it has been in more than a decade.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

The Business Ties That Bind the U.S. and China Are Strong but Fraying
The prospects for future commerce, and peace, are intertwined, our columnist writes.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Kabosu, Shiba Inu Dog Who Helped Define the Doge Meme, Dies at 18
The dog, whose face helped spread the popular doge meme and later became the logo of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, died on Friday.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Are University Athletes About to Earn a Big Payday?
A $2.8 billion class-action settlement proposal could finally erase the notion that college stars are amateurs — though the plan has drawn skeptics.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

How FaceTime Calls With Mom Became a TV Hit
What started as a way for the filmmaker Josh Seftel and his mother, Pat, to stay in touch has become a popular feature on "CBS Sunday Morning."

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Elon Musk is Criticizing Biden On X More Ahead of 2024 Election
The billionaire owner of X has increasingly been using his social media platform to criticize President Biden for his health and immigration policies, according to a New York Times analysis.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Elon Musk Ramps Up Anti-Biden Posts on X
The billionaire owner of X has increasingly been using his social media platform to criticize President Biden for his health and immigration policies, according to a New York Times analysis.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Ampla, a Lender to Consumer Brands, Faces Financial Struggles
Ampla, which lent money to smaller businesses that sold clothing, home furnishings and other items directly to consumers, is struggling financially and seeking a buyer.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

Russia Is Increasingly Blocking Ukraine's Starlink Service
Russia has deployed advanced tech to interfere with Elon Musk's satellite internet service, Ukrainian officials said, leading to more outages on the northern front battle line.

NYTimes Business
May 24, 2024

China Has a Plan for Its Housing Crisis. Here's Why It's Not Enough.
A new approach by China's top leaders is bold but pales against the problem: a vast number of empty apartments no one wants to buy.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Ether Cryptocurrency ETFs Are Approved by the SEC
The Securities and Exchange Commission gave its blessing to a fund that tracks the price of the most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Starwood REIT, Facing a Possible Cash Crunch, Limits Withdrawals
Starwood Real Estate Investment Trust is restricting what investors can redeem rather than sell its properties to raise cash.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Some iPhone Customers Could Get Up to $349 in an Apple Settlement
A class-action lawsuit about audio issues in iPhone 7 and 7 Plus phones has led to a $35 million settlement, though the company denies the phones were faulty.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Ascension Hospitals Reel From Cyberattack, Causing Patient Care Delays
For two weeks at the 140-hospital system, doctors and nurses have had little access to digital records for patient histories, resorting to paper and faxes to treat people.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

DOJ Sues Ticketmaster Owner, Live Nation, in Antitrust Lawsuit
Accused of violating antitrust laws, Live Nation Entertainment faces a fight that could reshape the multibillion-dollar live music industry.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift Race for No. 1
The two pop music titans, locked in a close contest for the top of next week's album chart, are stoking fans' competitive spirit with a variety of digital tactics.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Ascension Cyberattack Persists, Causing Patient Care Delays
For two weeks at the 140-hospital system, doctors and nurses have had little access to digital records for patient histories, resorting to paper and faxes to treat people.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Norfolk Southern to Pay $310 Million Settlement Over Ohio Train Derailment
The railroad company reached an agreement with the federal government to settle claims and costs from the 2023 derailment of a train carrying hazardous materials in the Ohio town.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Some Silicon Valley VCs Are Becoming More Conservative
Marc Andreessen, Chamath Palihapitiya and several other tech venture capitalists are increasingly criticizing President Biden and making their disaffection known in an election year.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

U.S. Sues to Break Up Ticketmaster Owner, Live Nation
Accused of violating antitrust laws, Live Nation Entertainment faces a fight that could reshape the multibillion-dollar live music industry.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Will Big Donors Follow Haley Back to Trump?
An endorsement of sorts by the former Republican presidential hopeful may provide cover to prominent backers to follow suit.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

TikTok Moves to Limit Russian and Chinese Media's Reach in Big Election Year
The platform will keep state-affiliated media accounts out of users' feeds if they "attempt to reach communities outside their home country on current global events and affairs."

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Yellen Warns Israel Against Cutting off Palestinian Banks
The Treasury secretary said that allies from the Group of 7 nations must work to stabilize the West Bank economy and increase Gaza aid.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

What Trump 2.0 Could Mean for the Federal Reserve
A second Trump administration could shake up personnel and financial regulation at America's central bank, people close to his campaign said.

NYTimes Business
May 23, 2024

Some Prominent Silicon Valley Investors Shift to the Right
Marc Andreessen, Chamath Palihapitiya and several other tech venture capitalists are increasingly criticizing President Biden and making their disaffection known in an election year.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

Abortion Pills May Become Controlled Substances in Louisiana
A bill that is expected to pass would impose prison time and thousands of dollars in fines on people possessing the pills without a prescription.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

OpenAI Strikes a Deal to License News Corp Content
The deal gives OpenAI's chatbots access to new and archived material from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, MarketWatch and Barron's, among others.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

Nvidia, Powered by A.I. Boom, Reports Soaring Revenue and Profits
The Silicon Valley company was again lifted by sales of its artificial intelligence chips, but it faces growing competition and heightened expectations.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

A Second Dairy Worker Has Contracted Bird Flu, C.D.C. Reports
The new case, in a Michigan farmworker, did not suggest that bird flu was widespread in people, health officials said, adding that the risk to the general public remained low.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

Fraud Trial Begins for Chinese Billionaire Who Allied Himself With America's Right
Charged with defrauding thousands of investors in the U.S. and overseas of more than $1 billion, Guo Wengui could face decades in prison.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

Fed Minutes Show Officials Were Wary About Inflation at May Meeting
Federal Reserve policymakers were still willing to raise rates if the economy surprised them, notes from their most recent meeting suggested.

NYTimes Business
May 22, 2024

U.K. Inflation Falls to 2.3%, Lowest in 3 Years
The decline, which was less than economists expected, is nearing the Bank of England's 2 percent target.

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