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NYTimes Business
Oct 24, 2021

I Was Hacked. The Spyware Used Against Me Makes Us All Vulnerable.
Invasive hacking software sold to countries to fight terrorism is easily abused. Researchers say my phone was hacked twice, probably by Saudi Arabia.

NYTimes Business
Oct 24, 2021

A Rare Win in the Cat-and-Mouse Game of Ransomware
A team of private security sleuths, in their first public detailing of their efforts, discuss how they used cybercriminals' mistakes to quietly help victims recover their data.

NYTimes Business
Oct 23, 2021

In India, Facebook Struggles to Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech
Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company's biggest market.

NYTimes Business
Oct 23, 2021

Chuck Bundrant, Pacific Fisheries' ‘Henry Ford,' Dies at 79
In 1961 he arrived in Seattle with no job, no skills and $80. Over the next 60 years, he built a seafood empire and transformed the industry.

NYTimes Business
Oct 23, 2021

The Difference Between an Unpaid and a Paid Student-Athlete? Not Much.
Since July, the N.C.A.A. has allowed athletes to make money from endorsement deals. Fans don't seem to mind.

NYTimes Business
Oct 23, 2021

Everytable Is Trying to Make Healthy Food as Accessible as Fast Food
A former hedge fund trader thinks centralized kitchens and sliding scale prices are going to crack the code of making healthy food affordable for everyone.

NYTimes Business
Oct 23, 2021

The Sheikh, the Businessman and a Hacking Mystery on 3 Continents
A case that began with a feud in the United Arab Emirates, stretched from the U.S. to India and is now playing out in the British courts offers a rare glimpse into the anatomy of a hack-and-leak operation.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

What Happened When Facebook Employees Warned About Election Misinformation
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Facebook Papers Show Employees Raised Concerns About Misinformation
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Key takeaways from Week 7 of the Elizabeth Holmes trial.
Prosecutors focused on her alleged deceptions, trying to make the case that she intentionally misled Theranos's investors and commercial partners.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Here's Why Films Use Real Guns as Props on Set
Safety protocols for firearms on set are well established and straight forward, and injuries of any kind are rare.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Facebook Employees Warned About Election Misinformation, to Little Effect
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Chad Kimball Sues ‘Come From Away' Over His Termination
The actor, who is Christian, said in an interview he was let go because of his religious beliefs. The show's producers declined to comment.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

The Fed chair strikes a wary tone on inflation, but says this isn't the time to raise interest rates.
Jerome H. Powell said that it was important for policy to be positioned to react, and that the Federal Reserve would act to keep prices stable if necessary.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Powell Says Supply Chain Pressures Will Last ‘Likely Well Into Next Year'
Jerome H. Powell said that it was important for policy to be positioned to react, and that the Federal Reserve would act to keep prices stable if necessary.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Goldman Sachs offers big retention bonuses to top executives, a year after docking their pay.
The announcement came one year after Goldman admitted criminal wrongdoing by its Malaysian subsidiary for its role in the looting of 1MDB, the Malaysian government's sovereign wealth fund.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Indian Film Is Being Adapted Into a Broadway Musical
"Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge," a popular Hindi-language movie from 1995, will debut during the 2022-23 season.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Tom Morey, Surfer Who Invented the Boogie Board, Dies at 86
He created a lightweight, flexible board out of a piece of foam in his backyard in Hawaii in 1971. It introduced millions to the pleasures of riding waves on their bellies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Jerome Powell says supply chains may continue to boost inflation, and the Fed will react if needed.
The Federal Reserve chair said it is important for policy to be positioned to react, and the central bank would act to keep prices stable if necessary.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Google said it had successfully ‘slowed down' European privacy rules, according to lawsuit.
The new details came in an unredacted version of a lawsuit filed by Texas and 11 other states.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Why Is Everyone Else Quitting?
Sometimes, as in a collective bargaining situation, you do have to think about other people at work. Other times, it's better to focus on what you really want.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Jerome Powell says supply chain pressures will last ‘likely well into next year,' and the Fed is prepared to react.
The Federal Reserve chair said it is important for policy to be positioned to react, and the central bank would act to keep prices stable if necessary

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Powell Says Supply Chain Pressures to Last ‘Likely Well Into Next Year'
The Federal Reserve chair said it is important for policy to be positioned to react, and the central bank would act to keep prices stable if necessary

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

U.S. Budget Deficit Hit $2.8 Trillion in Fiscal 2021
The deficit was not as high as projected as the strengthening economy gave tax revenues a boost.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Coal Stocks Rise, Even as the Planet Warms
As the prospects for strong government action to curb climate change grow less certain, energy shares, and especially coal mining stocks, are generating astonishing returns.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

How to Protect Yourself From Online Card Fraud
The first tip is to use credit cards for digital shopping because they have federally mandated protections. And be wary of websites that offer brand-name goods at steep discounts.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

The Hottest of Hot Stocks? Try Coal.
As the prospects for strong government action to curb climate change grow less certain, energy shares, and especially coal mining stocks, are generating astonishing returns.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

At FIAC Art Fair, Ambitions Are High. Can Sales Keep Pace?
Paris wants to rival London as the art world's European hub. It still has a way to go.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Supply Chain Shortages: Your Questions Answered
Confession: We didn't even have a logistics beat before the pandemic. Now we do. Here's what we've learned about the global supply chain disruption.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

The Hedge Fund Manager Who Dumped the Trump SPAC
The investor Boaz Weinstein moved to abandon a blank-check fund that announced a deal with the former president.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Russia Strengthens Its Internet Censorship Powers
Quietly built over two years, the Kremlin's censorship infrastructure gives it sweeping power to block sites. Many fear a new age of digital isolation.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Instagram: A Watch Brand's Best Friend
Its effect on design may be a delicate subject, but no one disputes that popularity on the social media platform means sales.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Return to Office Makes a Big Difference for Budding Lawyers
The generational divide on returning to the office is not neatly drawn. For some young professionals, even in a pandemic, showing up is more than half the battle.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Flying With Your Pet? It Just Got a Lot More Difficult.
A recent C.D.C. rabies rule, pricey pet ‘tickets' and limits on animals in airline cabins are making traveling with a pet more complicated.

NYTimes Business
Oct 22, 2021

Volvo Is Winning Over Buyers With a Sleek New Look
With an aggressive push for electric vehicles and a coming I.P.O., the century-old Swedish carmaker is positioning itself for the future.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Lyft Says 1,807 Sexual Assaults Occurred in Rides in 2019
The company's first-ever safety report, which it committed two years ago to producing, also included four fatal assaults and 49 deaths in crashes.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

China Evergrande Makes Payment to Dodge Default, Media Says
The troubled property giant faced the threat of default if it didn't meet its obligations to foreign bondholders by Saturday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Hackers Lay Claim to Trump's Social App Before Its Launch
Hackers tied to the group Anonymous defaced a private version of the former president's app, Truth Social, posting images of defecating pigs and explicative-laced rants.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

C.D.C. Recommends Covid Booster Shots for Millions of Americans
Recipients of the Moderna and the J.&J. vaccines may receive extra doses, although the shots continue to prevent illness and death.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Snapchat Sees Revenue Drop on Apple's Privacy Changes
Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, said that it had expected some disruption but that challenges for advertisers had been more severe than expected.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

How Trump Is Using a SPAC to Bankroll a New Social Media Company
A merger with a so-called blank check company is poised to give the former president access to hundreds of millions of dollars.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Trump Takes Advantage of Wall Street Fad to Bankroll New Venture
A merger with a so-called blank check company is poised to give the former president access to hundreds of millions of dollars.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

U.S. Warns Climate Poses ‘Emerging Threat' to Financial System
A Financial Stability Oversight Council report could lead to more regulatory action and disclosure requirements for banks.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Elizabeth Warren asked the Fed to release its March 2020 ethics warning about trading.
Ms. Warren, a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, asked the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors to release an email sent to reserve banks.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Snapchat says Apple's privacy changes hurt its ad business, causing it to miss revenue targets.
Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, said that it had expected some disruption from the changes but that the challenges for advertisers had been more severe than expected.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

N.I.H. Says Bat Research Group Failed to Submit Prompt Virus Findings
The federal agency told a G.O.P. House member that it had notified EcoHealth Alliance, a group criticized for its U.S.-funded work with Wuhan scientists, to file data within five days.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Stocks Hit a Record as Investors See Progress Toward a Spending Deal
After weeks of fluctuations driven in part by Washington gridlock, share prices hit another high and put a dismal September in the rearview mirror.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Tesla Owner Was in Driver's Seat in Texas Crash, NTSB Says
A Harris County sheriff's constable said in April that evidence at the scene of the accident suggested that no one was driving the car when it crashed.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Democrats' Campaign to Control Drug Prices Nears Collapse
Democrats have made giving government the power to negotiate drug prices a central campaign theme for decades. With the power to make it happen, they may fall short yet again.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Fed announces new curbs on trading by central bank officials following criticism of ethics rules.
The Federal Reserve faced scrutiny after two regional bank presidents disclosed questionable 2020 trading. Now it's revamping the rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Federal Reserve Announces New Trading Restrictions on Central Bank Officials
The Federal Reserve faced scrutiny after two regional bank presidents disclosed questionable 2020 trading. Now it's revamping the rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

U.S. agrees to drop tariffs on countries that imposed digital services taxes as a global tax overhaul moves ahead.
The agreement comes as more than 130 countries agreed this month to an overhaul of the international tax system that will see nations adopt a global minimum tax of 15 percent.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Google to Lower Its App Store Fees for Developers to 15%
The move is a concession to regulators and lawmakers, who are challenging whether the company has overcharged developers.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Alan Lapidus, Architect of Hotels and Casinos, Dies at 85
He followed in the footsteps of his architect father, Morris, with glitzy landmarks in Times Square, Las Vegas and Atlantic City, where Donald Trump was a client.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Elizabeth Warren asks the Fed to release its March 2020 ethics warning about trading.
Ms. Warren, a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, asked the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors to release an email sent to reserve banks.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Facebook's oversight board faults its policy on preferential treatment.
The social network's oversight board took aim at an internal program that gives prominent users special leeway on rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Tesla Owner Was in Driver's Seat in Texas Crash, NTSB Says, Contradicting Initial Report
A Harris County sheriff's constable said in April that evidence at the scene of the accident suggested that no one was driving the car when it crashed.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Elizabeth Warren asks the Fed to release its March 2020 ethics warning regarding trading.
Ms. Warren, a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, asked the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors to release an email sent to reserve banks.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Haunted Houses Need to Terrify You More Than Ever This Halloween
Many haunted attractions, typically a financially lucrative business, were devastated by the 2020 season. This year, they're hoping to rebound through your frights and screams.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

WeWork Goes Public Two Years After Aborted I.P.O.
The co-working operation is being absorbed into a special-purpose acquisition company. It must contend with new dynamics in commercial real estate.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Facebook Is Criticized for Policy on Preferential Treatment
The social network's oversight board took aim at an internal program that gives prominent users special leeway on rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

WeWork Stock Starts Trading After SPAC Deal
The co-working operation is being absorbed into a special-purpose acquisition company. It must contend with new dynamics in commercial real estate.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Facebook's oversight board criticizes its policy on prominent users.
The social network's oversight board took aim at an internal program that gives prominent users special leeway on rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Facebook Is Criticized for Treatment of High-Profile Users
The social network's oversight board took aim at an internal program that gives prominent users special leeway on rules.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

American and Southwest Post Profits as the Airline Industry Recovers
Both airlines said they expected to do even better in the final three months of the year, lifted by corporate, international and holiday travel.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Amazon Workers on Staten Island Aim for Union Vote
The organizers say they will have enough signatures by Monday to file for an election with the National Labor Relations Board. The company is pushing back.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Do You Work at Amazon or Another Large Company? We Want to Hear From You
We're interested in learning as much as possible about how employers manage their work forces.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

AutoNation's Profit Jumps as Car Prices Soar
The company, a chain of new-vehicle franchises, has been able to cut back on discounts as the chip shortage limits the inventory of cars.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

WeWork Finally Goes Public, via SPAC
The co-working company's trading debut follows a failed I.P.O., a pandemic and more.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

As Chinese Women Seek to Crack Male Professions, Schools Stand in the Way
In China, some academic programs accept only men or cap the number of female applicants, who often must test higher than their male counterparts.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

A Tour of Italy, and a Century of Stunning Cars
There's more to see than Ferrari and Lamborghini, and three museums in the country's automotive heartland offer a deeper look.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Italy's Car Museums Offer More Than Just Ferrari And Lamborghini
There's more to see than Ferrari and Lamborghini, and three museums in the country's automotive heartland offer a deeper look.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Vinyl Is Selling So Well That It's Getting Hard to Sell Vinyl
Left for dead in the 1980s, vinyl records are now the music industry's most popular and highest-grossing physical format. Getting them manufactured, however, is increasingly a challenge.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

WeWork Stock to Start Trading After SPAC Deal
The co-working operation is being absorbed into a special-purpose acquisition company. It must contend with new dynamics in commercial real estate.

NYTimes Business
Oct 21, 2021

Fed Ethics Office Warned Officials to Curb Unnecessary Trading During Rescue
Months later, some Federal Reserve leaders resumed their market activity, stoking a scandal now engulfing the central bank.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Trump Finds Backing for His Own Media Venture
A merger could give the former president access to nearly $300 million in cash — and perhaps a new platform.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

F.D.A. Authorizes Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Booster Shots
The agency will also allow vaccine recipients to pick which vaccine they want as a booster, endorsing a mix-and-match approach.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Biden Backs Compromise to Achieve His Vast Social Agenda
The president's trip to Scranton, Pa., comes as Democrats close in on a deal to advance two bills carrying a scaled-back version of his domestic policy priorities.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Netflix employees walk out to protest Dave Chappelle's special.
The protest involved dozens of employees and was one of the most visible signs of worker unrest in the history of the streaming service.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Netflix Employees Walk Out to Protest Dave Chappelle's Special
The protest involved dozens of employees and was one of the most visible signs of worker unrest in the history of the streaming service.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Tesla Earned $1.6 Billion in Third Quarter as Car Sales Surged
The automaker also reported a big jump in revenue, to $13.8 billion from $8.8 billion a year ago, as sales of the Model Y continue to rise.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Sales of Biogen's Alzheimer's Drug Fall Short of Expectations
The drug, Aduhelm, brought in $300,000 in revenue in its first full three months of availability. The company expects the drug to generate minimal revenue for the rest of the year.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Consumer Goods Prices Rise as Manufacturers Face Higher Costs
Multinational conglomerates like Danone, Nestlé and Procter & Gamble blamed supply chain disruptions for the jump.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

The True Cost of Upgrading Your Phone
Buying a $1,000 iPhone can be equivalent to giving up $17,000 in retirement savings or 2,500 cups of coffee.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

PayPal is said to be in talks to buy Pinterest in a $45 billion deal.
If completed, it would be one of the larger consumer internet deals this year.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

PayPal Is Said to Be in Talks to Buy Pinterest in a $45 Billion Deal
If completed, it would be one of the larger consumer internet deals this year.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Sales of Biogen's costly new Alzheimer's drug fall far short of expectations.
The drug, Aduhelm, brought in $300,000 in revenue in its first full three months of availability. The company expects the drug to generate minimal revenue for the rest of the year.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Bitcoin Hits High of Nearly $67,000, and the S&P 500 Toys With a Record
A new high for the S&P 500 would cap a volatile stretch of trading that saw the benchmark fall nearly 5 percent in September. Bitcoin also climbed to a new high of nearly $67,000.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

How Chemours and DuPont Avoid Paying for PFAS Pollution
DuPont factories pumped dangerous substances into the environment. The company and its offspring have gone to great lengths to dodge responsibility.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Biden Heads to Scranton to Sell a Shrinking Agenda
The president's trip comes as Democrats circle in on a deal to advance two bills carrying a scaled-back version of his domestic policy priorities

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Evergrande ends its effort to sell a $2.6 billion stake in its property management unit.
Once China's most prolific developer, Evergrande has more than $300 billion in unpaid bills and is facing a crisis that has sent a wave of panic through global markets.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Stocks approach records and Bitcoin reaches an all-time high.
A new high for the S&P 500 would cap a volatile stretch of trading that saw the benchmark fall nearly 5 percent in September.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

‘Shell Game': How Chemical Companies Avoid Paying for Pollution
DuPont factories pumped dangerous substances into the environment. The company and its offspring have gone to great lengths to dodge responsibility.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Evergrande Calls Off $2.9 Billion Stake Sale
Once China's most prolific developer, Evergrande has more than $300 billion in unpaid bills and is facing a crisis that has sent a wave of panic through global markets.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Gates Foundation Pledges $120 Million to Help Get Covid Pills Quickly to Poor Countries
Regulatory hurdles and supply chain issues could slow efforts to produce generic versions of Merck's antiviral molnupiravir for developing nations, despite licensing agreements.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Gates Foundation Pledges $120 Million to Help Get Merck Covid Pills to Poor Countries
Regulatory hurdles and supply chain issues could slow efforts to produce generic versions of Merck's antiviral molnupiravir for developing nations, despite licensing agreements.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

AMC to Add Onscreen Captions at Some Locations
The move was lauded by advocates for the deaf and the hard of hearing, but theater owners worry audiences don't want captions.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Tim Cook, Mary Barra, Matthew McConaughey and more at the DealBook Online Summit
Tim Cook, Mary Barra and Matthew McConaughey are among the headliners.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

From Henry Louis Gates Jr., Another Scholarly Megaproject
A book series from Penguin will feature leading writers on the legacy of Black figures including W.E.B. DuBois, John Hope Franklin, Toni Morrison and Stevie Wonder.

NYTimes Business
Oct 20, 2021

Jens Weidmann, the longtime German central bank chief, will step down.
A prominent critic of loose fiscal policies, his departure comes amid disagreements with the European Central Bank over its low-interest-rate policies.

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