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NYTimes Business
Feb 06, 2023

National Enquirer, Scandal-Plagued Tabloid, to Be Sold
The publication has come under scrutiny in recent years over its suppression of stories about Donald Trump in the 2016 campaign.

NYTimes Business
Feb 06, 2023

Tesla's Cybertruck Is Coming Soon. Maybe.
Already two years behind schedule, the Cybertruck has experts wondering how the company will manufacture its unusual stainless steel "exoskeleton."

NYTimes Business
Feb 06, 2023

Musk Pledged to Cleanse Twitter of Child Abuse Content. Is It Working?
Child sexual abuse imagery spreads on Twitter even after the company is notified: One video drew 120,000 views. "Sewer rats," as one regulator described bad actors, remain.

NYTimes Business
Feb 06, 2023

Do You Work in the Auto Industry? We Want to Hear From You.
Sales of electric vehicles are growing fast, and automakers are investing billions of dollars in new technology and factories. We want to know how jobs are changing.

NYTimes Business
Feb 06, 2023

Disney's Iger Returns to Familiar Stage, but With Different Challenges
The company reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday, and Wall Street is expecting it to lay out a new streaming strategy and operating structure.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

Planes Narrowly Avoid Collision on Austin Airport Runway
A FedEx cargo plane had to abort its landing after a departing Southwest Airlines flight was cleared to use the same runway, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

8 Places Across the U.S. to Learn About African American History
Over the years, many important African American landmarks have disappeared or fallen into disrepair. An effort to restore them promises a fuller understanding of American history as a whole.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

The Week in Business: The Fed Slows Down
Jobs numbers soared far past analysts' forecasts. Meta's stock price surged. And Robert Iger faces a major test as Disney reports its first quarterly earnings since he returned as C.E.O.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

Flowers, Fresh Fish and Movies: China Is Spending Again, Cautiously
The outlook for the world's second largest economy is brighter as consumer spending picked up after "zero Covid" was lifted. But scars remain from the harsh pandemic restrictions.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

For Single Mothers, Quitting Can Bring Both Relief and Extra Challenges
Single moms who chose to quit their jobs have to navigate child care, health insurance and financial concerns largely on their own. But some have also found a sense of relief.

NYTimes Business
Feb 05, 2023

The Blurred Lines Between Goldman C.E.O.'s Day Job and His D.J. Gig
David Solomon brushes off D.J.ing as a minor hobby that has little to do with his work at the bank, but his activities may pose potential conflicts of interest.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

Disney World Workers Reject Contract Offer
Unions that represent about 32,000 full-time workers said the vote was overwhelmingly against the proposal, which would have raised pay by at least $1 an hour per year.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

Bob Born, Who Brought Marshmallow Peeps to the Masses, Dies at 98
By mechanizing and greatly expanding production, he made the gooey yellow chicks an Easter favorite and a pop-culture phenomenon.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

FTX Inquiry Expands as Prosecutors Reach Out to Former Executives
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are speaking with lawyers for former officials at the collapsed crypto exchange FTX and scrutinizing the immediate family of its founder, Sam Bankman-Fried.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

Microsoft's Activision Deal Tests a New Global Alignment on Antitrust
Until recently, antitrust regulators in Europe and the United States took different approaches. Now, they're on the same page — which some experts say makes closing deals harder.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

Are You Switching to a Heat Pump? We Want to Hear From You.
Some people in extremely cold areas of the U.S. are switching to heat pumps from oil or gas furnaces. But others are not convinced that these devices are right for them.

NYTimes Business
Feb 04, 2023

Gautam Adani's Rise Was Intertwined With India's. Now It's Unraveling.
The tycoon often said the Adani Group's goals were in lock step with India's needs. Now, the company's fortunes are crashing, a collapse whose pain will be felt across the country.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Advisory Firm Sues Elon Musk's Twitter, Saying It Hasn't Been Paid
Innisfree M&A says Twitter, which Elon Musk bought last year, has not paid it $1.9 million for services it rendered for the deal.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Jury Rules for Elon Musk and Tesla in Investor Lawsuit Over Tweets
The case centered on whether investors lost money because they believed Mr. Musk's social media posts about taking Tesla private in 2018.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

January Jobs Report Contained Hopeful and Worrying News for the Fed
The Federal Reserve is tracking incoming labor figures as it decides how high interest rates need to go and how long they should stay elevated.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Job Growth Is a Boost for Biden as He Bets on a Lasting Turnaround
President Biden has for months pointed to solid hiring trends as evidence that his agenda has rebuilt the economy after the pandemic shutdowns.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

582,462 and Counting
To fix a problem like homelessness in America, you need to know its scope. To do that, you need sheriffs, social workers, volunteers, flashlights and 10 days in January.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Investor Lawsuit Against Elon Musk and Tesla Goes to a Jury
The case centers on whether investors lost money because they believed Mr. Musk's social media posts about taking Tesla private in 2018.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Biden Weighs State of the Union Focus on His Unfinished Agenda
As the president prepares for his national address, his aides debate an emphasis on his still-unrealized plans for child care, prekindergarten and more.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

U.S. Hiring Surges With January Gain of 517,000 Jobs
The report defied expectations and underscored the challenges for the Federal Reserve, which is trying to cool the labor market to fight inflation.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Strong hiring hints at more work ahead for the Fed, but wages cool.
The Fed is tracking incoming labor figures as it decides how high interest rates need to go and how long they should stay elevated.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

U.S. Retirees Lost Millions to Romance Scams During Pandemic Isolation
Con artists are using dating sites to prey on lonely people, particularly older ones, in a pattern that accelerated during the isolation of the pandemic, federal data show.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Gary Glitter Is Released From Prison After Serving Half of His Sentence
The disgraced former glam rock singer was found guilty in 2015 of sexually abusing three young girls in the 1970s. He had been given a 16-year sentence.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Strong Job Growth in January is a Boost for Biden
President Biden has for months pointed to solid hiring trends as evidence that his agenda has rebuilt the economy after the pandemic shutdowns.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

How ChatGPT Kicked Off an A.I. Arms Race
Even inside the company, the chatbot's popularity has come as something of a shock.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

U.S. employers added 517,000 jobs in January.
The hefty hiring figures defied expectations and underscored the challenges facing the Federal Reserve, which is trying to cool the labor market in its effort to tame rapid inflation.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

How Markets Have Redefined Value and Growth Stocks
With the exception of Apple, eight tech giants are no longer "pure growth" stocks, while Exxon and Chevron are, a new study says. Our columnist says: Buyer, beware.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Is It Time for a High-Yield Savings Account? What to Know About Rates.
Some online banks offer yields of 3.3 percent or more, but savers may be reluctant to open one because they think it will be a hassle.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

China mira hacia México para satisfacer al mercado de EE. UU.
Alarmadas por el caos naviero y las fracturas geopolíticas, las compañías de China están instalando fábricas en México para preservar sus ventas en Estados Unidos.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Tech Earnings Disappoint Investors as Giants Stress Cost Cuts
Apple, Amazon and Alphabet all reported disappointing quarterly results, as they emphasized efforts to cut costs in the face of an economic slowdown.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Hong Kong To Give Away 500,000 Plane Tickets to Lure Tourists
The city's reputation has been hammered by protests, a harsh security law and strict Covid measures. It hopes a giveaway of 500,000 plane tickets woos back tourists.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

Why Chinese Companies Are Investing Billions in Mexico
Alarmed by shipping chaos and geopolitical fractures, exporters from China are setting up factories in Mexico to preserve their sales to the United States.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

This Is What It Looks Like to Try to Count America's Homeless Population
To fix a problem, you need to know its scope. To do that, you need sheriffs, social workers, volunteers, flashlights and 10 days in January.

NYTimes Business
Feb 03, 2023

My Co-worker's Baby Photo Gallery Put Me Over the Edge
It is a shared office space. But that's not really an excuse.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Tech's Biggest Companies Discover Austerity, to the Relief of Investors
After years of expansion and billions in profits, Big Tech is pulling back from its famously lavish spending as a long boom finally ends.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Joyce Dopkeen, Barrier-Breaking News Photographer, Dies at 80
In 1973, she was the first woman hired by The New York Times to be a full-time staff photographer.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Ford Lost $2 Billion in 2022 as Some Investments Soured
The company's financial performance was hurt by its stake in Rivian, an electric truck company, and an autonomous car business.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Amazon Reports Almost No Profit and Slowing Growth
The company indicated the slowing growth and tight margins would continue in the first three months of this year.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Alphabet's Profit Falls 34% Amid Ads Slowdown
Google's parent company reported its fourth consecutive drop in quarterly profit, weeks after culling 6 percent of its work force to cut costs.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

It's Winter. Let's Go to the Farmers' Market!
In cities like Detroit and Philadelphia, markets have become year-round destinations, offering classes, crafts and music, as well as a surprising array of fresh produce.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Eye Drops Are Recalled After Being Linked to Vision Loss and 1 Death
The maker of EzriCare Artificial Tears said it was recalling the eye drops after U.S. health authorities linked the product to a drug-resistant bacteria strain.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Bank of England Raises Rates to 4%, Its 10th Straight Increase
The bank raised rates half a point to the highest level since 2008, but softened its tone on future increases.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Eye Drops Linked to One Death and Vision Loss Among Some Are Recalled
The maker of EzriCare Artificial Tears said it was recalling the eye drops after U.S. health authorities linked the product to a drug-resistant bacteria strain.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

European Central Bank Raises Rates by a Half-Point
Another half-point increase pushed rates to the highest levels since 2008, and the bank said it "expects to raise them further."

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Former High-Profile Lawyer Is Charged With Embezzling More Than $18 Million
Tom Girardi, who was part of the legal team representing the environmental activist Erin Brockovich, was indicted in two states on charges that he stole from clients, prosecutors said.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Meta Soars by Most in Decade, Adding $100 Billion in Value
Mark Zuckerberg's company recorded its biggest daily market gain in nearly a decade, as the mood brightens among tech investors.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Ford Says Sales in January Increased 2%
The company's deliveries of electric vehicles more than doubled, compared with the same month a year earlier.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Why Grandma's Nutrition Drink Is So Hard to Disrupt
Upstarts have tried, and mostly failed, to compete with shakes like Ensure and Boost. They say the brands' ties to health care providers make it tough.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Brian Deese, Top Economic Aide to Biden, Will Step Down
Brian Deese, the director of the National Economic Council, played a pivotal role in negotiating economic legislation the president signed in his first two years in office.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

European Central Bank Raises Rates Again
Another half-point increase pushed rates to the highest levels since 2008, and the bank said it "expects to raise them further."

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Bank of England Raises Rates to 4 Percent, Its 10th Straight Increase
The bank raised rates by half a point to the highest since 2008, but softened its tone on future rate increases.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Wall Street Likes Meta's Plans to Cut Costs
Meta's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, called 2023 the "year of efficiency," a pronouncement that is reassuring investors and sparking a wider rally in tech stocks.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Shell's Profit Soared to $42 Billion in 2022
The record haul, pushed by high energy prices and a hunger for liquefied natural gas, came as a new chief signaled a more "balanced approach" to renewable energy.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Egg Shortages Are Driving Demand for Raise-at-Home Chickens
People are snapping up chickens that are "heavy layers" in response to egg inflation. The chick situation holds lessons about the broader economy.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

La Fed aumentó su tasa de interés. Esto significa para tu dinero
Los ahorradores se benefician y los deudores pueden esperar que sus deudas en tarjetas de crédito, préstamos estudiantiles y otros créditos aumenten.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Falling Mortgage Rates Bring Some Home Buyers Back to Market
Buyers are returning after being sidelined by a jump in borrowing costs, but experts say that the uncertain state of the economy is what will drive the market's next moves.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Senator Calls on Apple and Google to Ban TikTok in App Stores
Michael F. Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, cited national security, adding to bipartisan pressure on the Chinese-owned video app.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Can A Trillion Dollar Coin Resolve the Debt Ceiling Crisis?
The latest standoff over raising the nation's debt ceiling is giving new life to an old theory about how to avoid a default.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Australia Won't Put King Charles on Its 5-Dollar Bill
The bill had long featured Queen Elizabeth II, but officials said the bank note would be redesigned to focus on Indigenous history. That has rekindled the debate about republicanism in Australia.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Bank of England Is Expected to Raise Rates Again
A half-point rate increase, to 4 percent, the highest since 2008, is widely expected as the central bank continues its campaign to control inflation.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Australia Is Removing the British Monarch From Its 5-Dollar Bill
The plan, which includes redesigning the bank note to focus on Indigenous history, has rekindled the debate about republicanism in Australia.

NYTimes Business
Feb 02, 2023

Russian Diesel Is Europe's New Embargo Target
The coming ban on Russian exports of refined oil products could strain energy markets and crimp Russia's output.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Memphis Gathers in Grief at Tyre Nichols's Funeral
His death after he was beaten by the police inspired anger and sorrow across the country. His family remembers him as a "beautiful soul."

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Fed Raises Rates at Slower Pace
The Federal Reserve raised rates by a quarter of a point, a less aggressive move than before, but said that "ongoing" rate increases were warranted.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

The Fed Raises Rates a Quarter Point and Signals More Ahead
America's central bank has shifted into a new phase, raising rates more slowly as inflation shows signs of moderating.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Judge Is Said to Let Meta's Virtual Reality Deal Move Forward
The ruling is a defeat for the Federal Trade Commission, which used a rare antitrust argument to try to block Meta's acquisition of a small start-up.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Biden and McCarthy Discuss Debt Limit as Financial Crisis Looms
The meeting, which did not appear to yield a breakthrough, highlighted the differences between the White House and the Republicans who now control the House.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Meta Stock Surges After Announcing $4.2 Billion Restructuring Charge
The company, which is in the midst of shifting to become a metaverse business, also forecast revenue would beat Wall Street predictions.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Meta Posts $4.2 Billion Restructuring Charge
The company, which is in the midst of shifting to become a metaverse business, also forecast revenue would beat Wall Street predictions.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Biden and McCarthy Meet to Discuss Debt Limit as Both Sides Trade Barbs
The hours leading up to the meeting have highlighted the differences between the White House and the Republicans who now control the House.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

5 Cozy Hotels Where Winter Is a Treat
From a luxurious cabin in the Catskills to a Victorian-era inn in the Scottish Highlands, here are a few places where you can curl up and watch the snow fall.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Fed Raises Rates at Slower Pace: Live Updates
The Federal Reserve raised rates by a quarter of a point, a less aggressive move than before, but said that "ongoing" rate increases were warranted.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Gawker, the Irreverent Gossip Site, Will Be Shuttered Again
Bustle Digital Group, which publishes Gawker, said it would shut down the recently revived site after "a surprisingly difficult" start to the year.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

What Exxon and Chevron Are Doing With Those Big Profits
Economic and military uncertainty clouds the outlook for Exxon, Chevron and other energy companies, whose bonanza from high prices is already fading.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Judge Said to Allow Meta's Deal for Virtual Reality Start-Up to Move Forward
The ruling, which is under seal, is a defeat for the Federal Trade Commission, which tried to block Meta's deal with a rarely used antitrust argument.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Fed Set for Smaller Rate Increase: Live Updates
In their first meeting of the year, Federal Reserve officials are widely expected to raise rates by a quarter point, a less aggressive move than in recent meetings.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Adani, Embattled Indian Company, Scraps $2.5 Billion Share Sale
The cancellation of the offering is a blow to the company and its billionaire owner, Gautam Adani.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

What Fed Rate Increases Mean for Mortgages, Credit Cards and More
Savers will benefit and borrowers can expect to pay more on credit cards, student loans and other forms of debt.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

GoodRx Leaked User Health Data to Facebook and Google, F.T.C. Says
The popular drug discount app deceptively shared details on users' illnesses and medicines with ad firms, regulators said in a legal complaint.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Small and Scrappy Is the Way for London's Galleries After Brexit
The city's art market is shrinking and some major players have left. But young dealerships presenting work by emerging artists are springing up in their place.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Self-Driving Car Services Want to Expand in San Francisco Despite Recent Hiccups
Waymo and Cruise hope to widen their projects to include more of the city. But local officials are increasingly concerned about breakdowns causing congestion.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Is It Safe to Travel to Mexico? Here's What You Need to Know.
A spate of incidents, including protests among taxi drivers in Cancún and a stray bullet at an airport in Culiacán, has tourists asking the question.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

U.S. Survey Shows an Uptick in Job Openings, and Not in Layoffs
The Labor Department found a rise in the number of posted jobs per worker in December, despite the Fed's efforts to cool the labor market.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

A.I. Bots Can't Report This Column. But They Can Improve It.
ChatGPT isn't the only writing assistant that has emerged to replace editors. We tested it alongside two others to assess their strengths and weaknesses.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Gautam Adani Lost Tens of Billions of Dollars in Days. What Happened?
Gautam Adani is facing perhaps his biggest challenge yet as a small U.S. investment firm accuses his Indian conglomerate of fraud and stock manipulation.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Investors Hope the Fed Won't Dampen 2023's Big Rally
Stocks and bonds are on an impressive run so far this year, driven by hopes the Federal Reserve will slow down, or even pause, its interest rate increases.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Eurozone Inflation Falls in January as Energy Costs Ease
Prices rose at an annual rate of 8.5 percent last month, down from 9.2 percent in December, but signs of persistent cost increases remain.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Covid Vaccine Makers Kept Prepayments for Canceled Shots for Poor Nations
Separately, Johnson & Johnson is demanding additional payment for unwanted shots, confidential documents show.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Memphis to Gather in Grief at Tyre Nichols's Funeral
His death after he was beaten by the police inspired anger and sorrow across the country. His family remembers him as a "beautiful soul."

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

The Unlikely New TikTok Influencers: Old-School Watch Dealers
Their rapid-fire haggling in Manhattan's diamond district teases the fantasy of making a market, rather than just being subject to it.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

What to Watch at the Fed's First Meeting of 2023
The central bank is expected to lift interest rates and offer signals about what might come next.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Fed Meeting Today: Central Bank Expected to Lift Interest Rates
The central bank is expected to lift interest rates and offer signals about what might come next.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Biden and McCarthy Are Set to Discuss Debt Limit as Both Sides Trade Barbs
The hours leading up to the meeting have highlighted the differences between the White House and the Republicans who now control the House.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

Stock Market's Newfound Optimism Faces Test as Fed Meets
Recent stock gains have been driven by hope that a rate-raising cycle is close to ending. If investors decide they were wrong about this, a drop could follow.

NYTimes Business
Feb 01, 2023

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