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NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Inflation Fears Rise as Prices Surge for Lumber, Cars and More
Federal Reserve officials believe low and stable price expectations give them room to heal the job market. But what if outlooks change?

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Apple's Compromises in China: 5 Takeaways
To stay on the good side of the Chinese authorities, the company has made decisions that contradict its carefully curated image.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Censorship, Surveillance and Profits: A Hard Bargain for Apple in China
Apple built the world's most valuable business on top of China. Now it has to answer to the Chinese government.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Fed Bets Inflation Expectations Will Stay Controlled
Federal Reserve officials believe low and stable price expectations give them room to heal the job market. But what if outlooks change?

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

U.S. and Europe to Begin Talks on Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
The Biden administration is trying to rebuild relations with Europe, but it is moving cautiously to unwind tariffs imposed by President Donald J. Trump.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Retailers, Restaurants and Theme Parks Lift Mask Rules: Live Updates


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May 17, 2021

Jason Kilar, the WarnerMedia Chief, Is Said to Be Negotiating His Exit
The media executive has hired a legal team, two people briefed on the matter said. AT&T announced that it would spin off the media group and combine it with Discovery.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Government help blunted the pandemic's financial fallout, but it still hit some hard.
A Federal Reserve household survey underlined how much Americans with less formal education and minority groups struggled in the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

The Future of Virus Tracking Can Be Found on This College Campus
Colorado Mesa University and the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard have spent the last year exploring new approaches to managing outbreaks.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Tax Day 2021: Here's What You Need to Know
The I.R.S. said tax filers who needed more time could have an extra month. The federal tax deadline has arrived.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

U.S. and Europe Move Closer to Truce in Trump-Era Trade Spat: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

AT&T, in Abrupt Turn, Will Shed Media Business in Deal With Discovery
The telecommunications giant will spin off WarnerMedia in a transaction that will combine HBO and CNN with Oprah Winfrey's OWN and HGTV.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

AT&T's Big Deal With Discovery Unwinds Billions in Mergers
Spinning out WarnerMedia and merging it with Discovery caps a reversal on years of big acquisitions.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

How a Colorado Campus Became a Pandemic Laboratory
Colorado Mesa University and the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard have spent the last year exploring new approaches to managing outbreaks.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Goldbelly Raises $100 Million During Pandemic-Driven Boom
Goldbelly, an e-commerce platform for restaurant food, boomed during the pandemic. Will the trend stick?

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Rural Areas Without Fast Internet Connections Struggle to Find Workers
Rural communities have long complained about their lack of internet access. The pandemic and President Biden's infrastructure plan are giving them hope for a solution.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Rural Areas Are Looking for Workers. They Need Broadband to Get Them.
Rural communities have long complained about their lack of internet access. The pandemic and President Biden's infrastructure plan are giving them hope for a solution.

NYTimes Business
May 17, 2021

Sanofi-GlaxoSmithKline Covid Vaccine Shows Promise, Firm Says
A Phase 3 trial will start in the coming weeks. The drug makers expect their shot will become available in the last three months of this year.

NYTimes Business
May 16, 2021

How a Jeopardy! Contestant's Hand Gesture Became Part of a Conspiracy
How hundreds of "Jeopardy!" contestants talked themselves into a baseless conspiracy theory — and won't be talked out of it.

NYTimes Business
May 16, 2021

AT&T-Discovery Deal Would Create a Media Juggernaut
A merger could be announced as soon as Monday, in a deal that would offload the media business that AT&T fought to buy.

NYTimes Business
May 16, 2021

Bill Gates Had Reputation for Questionable Behavior Before Divorce
Melinda French Gates voiced concerns about her husband's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and a harassment claim against his money manager.

NYTimes Business
May 16, 2021

The Week in Business: A Ransom for Fuel
Hackers extorted nearly $5 million after disrupting a major U.S. pipeline.

NYTimes Business
May 16, 2021

Unemployment Job Search Requirements Return. Is It Too Soon?
The requirement, eased because of the pandemic, is being reimposed. Some say it presents an undue hardship.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Leigh Perkins, Who Built Orvis Into a Lifestyle Brand, Dies at 93
In 28 years at the company's helm, he turned a small mail-order fishing tackle shop into a sporting brand with stores all over the country.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Starbucks and Other Businesses Relax Mask Policies
The new C.D.C. rules caught businesses by surprise, but in a matter of days, some moved to change their requirements.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Why Vaccinating the World Against Covid-19 Will Be Hard
When President Biden joined a push to set aside patents for Covid shots, he entered a roiling debate over how to ensure poor countries get enough vaccine.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

What Would It Take to Vaccinate the World Against Covid?
When President Biden joined a push to set aside patents for Covid shots, he entered a roiling debate over how to ensure poor countries get enough vaccine.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Now Delivering ‘Millions of Gallons' an Hour, Owner Says
But it will still take days for gas stations in the Southeast to restock after panic buying depleted their supplies.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Bob Koester, Revered Figure in Jazz and Blues, Dies at 88
Mr. Koester's Delmark Records and his Chicago record store were vital in preserving and promoting music the big labels tended to overlook.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Why the C.D.C. Changed Its Mask Guidance
Two scientific findings altered the calculus: Vaccinated people rarely transmit the virus, and the shots are effective against variants.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

What Do New Mask Rules Mean for Company Vaccine Mandates?
The rules for keeping workers safe can be difficult to navigate.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

The Mogul in Search of a Kinder, Gentler Capitalism
Lynn Forester de Rothschild, founder of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, believes change will come when hedge fund billionaires and Pope Francis work together.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Secret Sharers: The Hidden Ties Between Private Spies and Journalists
A booming, renegade private intelligence industry is increasingly shaping (and misshaping) the news.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

What TikTok Stars Owe ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
The comedian is ending her daytime talk show after 19 years. Her segment "Ellen's Wonderful Web of Wonderment" was the start of a new kind of fame.

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

The Assorted Teachings of Dogecoin
Created as a cryptocurrency parody in 2013, Dogecoin languished for years. Then, in 2021, it went absolutely wild. What have its holders learned?

NYTimes Business
May 15, 2021

Dogecoin Went Wild in 2021. Here's What It Taught Us.
Created as a cryptocurrency parody in 2013, Dogecoin languished for years. Then, in 2021, it went absolutely wild. What have its holders learned?

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Hack Reveals Weaknesses in US Cybersecurity
The hack underscored how vulnerable government and industry are to even basic assaults on computer networks.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Barbara Stone, Modeling Agent to American Beauties, Dies at 87
At Stewart Models in the 1960s and '70s, she specialized in fresh-faced American blondes and played a key role in the careers of Cheryl Tiegs and Cybill Shepherd.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Leslie Moonves Receives Nothing From CBS Exit Package
A filing on Friday marked the end of a long dispute between the company and the once-powerful executive, who was fired in 2018 after accusations of sexual misconduct.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Why the CDC Changed Its Advice on Masks
Two scientific findings altered the calculus: Vaccinated people don't transmit the virus, and the shots are effective against variants.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Why the C.D.C. Changed Its Advice on Masks
Two scientific findings altered the calculus: Vaccinated people don't transmit the virus, and the shots are effective against variants.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Pipeline Attack Reveals Weaknesses in U.S. Cybersecurity
The hack underscored how vulnerable government and industry are to even basic assaults on computer networks.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

DarkSide, Blamed for Colonial Pipeline Attack, Says It Is Shutting Down
The hacking group, which the F.B.I. has said was responsible for the ransomware attack, said it had received "pressure" from the U.S.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Stocks Rally but End the Week With a Loss
The S&P 500 gained 1.5 percent on Friday, but was still 1.4 percent below last week's close.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

As Congress Dithers, States Step In to Set Rules for the Internet
Virginia, Florida, Arkansas and Maryland are among dozens of states that have introduced bills to curtail the power of Amazon, Google, Facebook and Twitter.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

How Lies on Social Media Are Inflaming the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Misinformation has flourished on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and other social media about the violence between Israelis and Palestinians.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Met Opera Protest: Union Rallies Against Proposed Pay Cuts
The Metropolitan Opera hopes to reopen in September after its long pandemic closure, but simmering labor tensions have called that date into question.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Consumers Expect Higher Inflation, Posing Potential Trouble for the Fed
The University of Michigan's gauge of consumer inflation expectations over a five-year period jumped, fuel for an ongoing inflation debate.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

A Tahini Lemon Cranberry Bar Dreams of Whole Foods
With workers at home and stores stingy with shelf space, how is a new protein bar supposed to introduce itself? Even the food giants had to adjust.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

On Spotify, an Arranged Marriage Between Music and Podcasts
Music-filled — and Spotify-exclusive — shows like "Black Girl Songbook" and "60 Songs That Explain the '90s" dance around copyright constraints.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

How to Navigate a Hot Housing Market
Competition for homes in many cities is leading potential buyers to take steps they may not have considered a short time ago, including waiving the inspection.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Target Stops Selling Pokémon Cards, Citing Safety Concerns
The game, first released in 1996, has seen a resurgence in recent years. The pandemic sent demand for some cards into overdrive.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Looking for Bipartisan Accord? Just Ask About Big Business.
In surveys and political discourse, Republicans are increasingly critical of corporations, but not for the reasons Democrats have long held that view.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Republicans and Democrats Agree: Big Business Is Too Powerful
In surveys and political discourse, Republicans are increasingly critical of corporations, but not for the reasons Democrats have long held that view.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

British Fraud Unit Is Investigating Gupta and Greensill
The inquiry will focus a spotlight on a steel magnate and a financier whose business collapse has provoked a scandal in Britain.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Faith-Based Investing Makes Up Ground in Gains and Convenience
Investing according to theological beliefs "is much easier to do now," a wealth adviser said. It's also as profitable as investing without a religious screen, and no more risky.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Retail Sales Were Flat in April
Retail sales held steady in April after rising 10.7 percent the previous month, as Americans continued to spend government stimulus payments.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

What New Mask Rules Mean for Businesses
Companies are navigating conflicting guidance on pandemic precautions.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Businesses Offer Perks to Vaccinated Customers
Tossing their masks, jumping on side-by-side treadmills, sharing peanuts next to fellow sports fans, the vaccinated find special freedoms await.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

Lies on Social Media Inflame Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Misinformation has flourished on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and other social media about the violence between Israelis and Palestinians.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

How a Bank of America Executive Created a Tense Work Culture
Thomas K. Montag, the bank's No. 2 executive, has long run its markets and corporate banking division with favoritism and an iron fist, employees say.

NYTimes Business
May 14, 2021

He's a Dogecoin Millionaire. And He's Not Selling.
Glauber Contessoto went looking for something that could change his fortunes overnight. He found it in a joke cryptocurrency.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Paid Roughly $5 Million in Ransom to Hackers
The payment clears the way for gas to begin flowing again, but it risks emboldening other criminal groups to take American companies hostage by seizing control of their computers.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Paid Roughly $5 Million in Bitcoin to Hackers
Colonial pre-emptively shut down its pipeline operations on Friday. President Biden did not rule out a retaliatory strike on those responsible.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Delta will require that new employees be vaccinated.
Unvaccinated employees could face restrictions, like not being allowed to work on international flights.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Disney's Streaming Service Slows, Coloring a Profitable Quarter
Profit totaled $912 million, but the 103.6 million Disney subscribers were below analysts' estimates.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Colonial Pipeline paid 75 Bitcoin, or roughly $5 million, to hackers.
Colonial pre-emptively shut down its pipeline operations on Friday. President Biden did not rule out a retaliatory strike on those responsible.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates's Divorce Spotlights a Secretive Fortune
Their marital estate is enormous and complex, containing assets as varied as stocks and farmland. Divvying it up could have implications for philanthropy.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gateses' Divorce Spotlights a Secretive Fortune
Their marital estate is enormous and complex, containing assets as varied as stocks and farmland. Divvying it up could have implications for philanthropy.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

The Gateses' Public Split Spotlights a Secretive Fortune
Their marital estate is enormous and complex, containing assets as varied as stocks and farmland. Divvying it up could have implications for philanthropy.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Coinbase Made a $771 Million Profit Last Quarter: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Disney's streaming service slows, coloring the company's profitable quarter.
Disney's theme parks lost $400 million even as the company made close to a billion dollars in profit.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Plan to Reduce Jobless Benefits Spreads to 16 States
The moves, scheduled for June and July, will affect roughly two million people.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Plans to Reduce Jobless Benefits Spreads to 16 States
The moves, scheduled for June and July, will affect roughly two million people.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Amid Economic Turmoil, Biden Stays Focused on Longer Term
The president's advisers are pushing their most detailed argument yet for the long-term benefits of a $4 trillion agenda to remake the American economy.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Coinbase made $771 million in profit in the first quarter, benefiting from crypto mania.
The company said rivals were swarming the market and increasing competition and that it was spending heavily on marketing and development to keep ahead of its competitors.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Met Opera Protest: Unions Rally Against Proposed Pay Cuts
The Metropolitan Opera hopes to reopen in September after its long pandemic closure, but simmering labor tensions have called that date into question.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Eugene Webb, Leading Harlem Real Estate Broker, Dies at 102
Raised in Alabama, he made his fortune in New York and became a banker, civic leader and developer.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Gas prices rise even as pipeline reports ‘substantial progress' in restoring the flow of fuel.
Gasoline prices continue to rise in the Southeast, and a complete return to normal supplies will take days.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Gas Prices Continue to Rise as Pipeline Resumes Operations: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Experts Urge Air Quality Standards as Safeguard Against Coronavirus
The researchers issued a call to action to improve indoor air quality as a safeguard against the spread of contagions like the coronavirus.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Covid Pandemic Demands Air Quality Changes in the Workplace, Researchers Say
The researchers issued a call to action to improve indoor air quality as a safeguard against the spread of contagions like the coronavirus.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Colonial Pipeline reports ‘substantial progress' in restoring the flow of fuel.
Gasoline prices continue to rise in the Southeast, and a complete return to normal supplies will take days.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

As unemployment claims fall, more Republicans push to curtail benefits.
The labor market is struggling to return to normal after more than a year of being whipsawed by the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Spencer Silver, an Inventor of Post-it Notes, Is Dead at 80
He created the adhesive that lets the small, square notes stick to surfaces. They became one of the most ubiquitous office products ever conceived.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Middle-Class Pay Lost Pace. Is Washington to Blame?
A new paper by liberal economists presents evidence that policymakers helped hold down wages for four decades.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

As Economy Wobbles, Biden Stays Focused on Longer Term
The president's advisers are pushing their most detailed argument yet for the long-term benefits of a $4 trillion agenda to remake the American economy and improve lives.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Covid Vaccines Protect Pregnant Women, Study Confirms
The shots may also have benefits for infants and do not seem to damage the placenta, according to the latest research.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Tesla's U-Turn on Bitcoin Raises Questions of Its Stability
Elon Musk said Tesla would stop accepting Bitcoin as payment for cars, citing environmental reasons, a move that sent the price of the cryptocurrency plunging.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

In China, Deaths of Mail-Order Pets in Mystery Boxes Set Off a Backlash
Puppies and kittens shipped in packages across the country have ended up dead, distressed or infected, spurring outrage.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Things to Do in Alaska On a Budget
In a state the size of Texas, California and Montana combined, planning an affordable itinerary can be a challenge, especially with this summer's lack of cheap cruises.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Heirs Sue Over Ownership of a Pissarro, Saying It Was Seized by Nazis
They claim that the painting, "The Anse des Pilotes, Le Havre," was taken from their ancestors by the Nazis, and have filed a lawsuit in Atlanta to recover it.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

McDonald's to Increase Wages as Job Market Tightens: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Why Cash Is Better Than Expanded Health Insurance for the Poor
Cash transfers go directly to people in need, while health insurance expansions pay mainly for care that the uninsured already receive, an economist says.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Unemployment claims fell last week.
The labor market is struggling to return to normal after more than a year of being whipsawed by the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

McDonald's Will Raise Wages at Company-Owned Restaurants
The fast-food company is raising wages at company-owned restaurants, but the move still falls short of demands for a minimum wage of $15 an hour.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Deaths of Mail-Order Pets in Mystery Boxes Set Off a Backlash in China
Puppies and kittens shipped in packages across the country have ended up dead, distressed or infected, spurring outrage.

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Elon Musk's Sudden Swerve on Bitcoin
In a sudden U-turn, Tesla stopped accepting the cryptocurrency as payment. But why?

NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Jobless Claims May Help Reveal State of the Labor Market: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
May 13, 2021

Unemployment claims report will shed new light on the economy.
The labor market is struggling to return to normal after more than a year of being whipsawed by the pandemic.

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