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NYTimes Business
Jul 24, 2021

Hosting the Olympics Is a Bad Deal
Even in normal times, the Games don't pay off, argues the economist Andrew Zimbalist.

NYTimes Business
Jul 24, 2021

For Older Adults, Home Care Has Become Harder to Find
Staffing shortages have long plagued the home care industry. But the pandemic has intensified the problem.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

The F.T.C. asks for an extension to refile its Facebook antitrust suit.
The F.T.C. said in its request that it had reached an agreement with Facebook over the proposed extension.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

C.D.C. Warns of Superbug Fungus Outbreaks in 2 Cities
For the first time, the C.D.C. identified several cases of Candida auris that were resistant to all drugs, in two health facilities in Texas and a long-term care center in Washington, D.C.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

$1 Million in Fines Proposed Over Nitrogen Leak That Killed 6 at Poultry Plant
Federal officials proposed the fines against four companies after finding that they could have prevented the deaths at the Foundation Food Group plant in Gainesville, Ga., in January.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Israeli Data Suggests Possible Waning in Effectiveness of Pfizer Vaccine
The new numbers still show overwhelmingly strong protection against severe disease but diminished effectiveness against infection.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Laura Foreman, Reporter Whose Romance Became a Scandal, Dies at 76
The disclosure of her relationship with a source while at The Philadelphia Inquirer ended her journalism career and prompted the paper to develop an ethics code.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Stocks hit a record as strong earnings reports crowd out Delta variant jitters.
The automaker has told owners of the 51,000 vehicles, from the 2017 to 2019 model years, to take precautions until defects are remedied.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Your Flight Has Been Canceled or Delayed. What Should You Do?
As airlines struggle to keep up with increased travel demand, thousands of flights have been disrupted over the last month. Here's what you need to know if yours is one of them.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Delays, More Masks and Mandatory Shots: Virus Surge Disrupts Office-Return Plans
A wave of the contagious Delta variant is causing companies to reconsider when they will require employees to return, and what health requirements should be in place when they do.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

G.M. issues a new recall of Chevrolet Bolts over a battery fire hazard.
The automaker has told owners of the 51,000 vehicles, from the 2017 to 2019 model years, to take precautions until defects are remedied.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

General Motors Recalls Chevrolet Bolts Over Battery Fire Hazard
The automaker has told owners of the 51,000 vehicles, from the 2017 to 2019 model years, to take precautions until defects are remedied.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Amazon will investigate gender bias claims in its cloud division.
Kaseya said the key was "effective at unlocking victims." How the company obtained the key was a mystery.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

How Tech Won the Pandemic and Now May Never Lose
As the world reeled, Silicon Valley supplied the tools that made life and work possible. Now tech companies are awash in money — and questions about what it means to win amid so much loss.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Montana's Famed Trout Under Threat as Drought Intensifies
The state is imposing more restrictions on fishing this year as the combination of extreme conditions, including low river levels, fish die-offs and the crush of anglers, poses long-term problems.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Business activity in Europe jumps to a 21-year high.
Kaseya said the key was "effective at unlocking victims." How the company obtained the key was a mystery.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

A Painting or an NFT of It: Which Will Be More Valuable?
The new technology is raising questions about the risks and rewards of investing in digital art forms.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

The bond market is signaling a shaky economic recovery, confounding investors.
Kaseya said the key was "effective at unlocking victims." How the company obtained the key was a mystery.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Meet the Crypto Nomads
The big money in cryptocurrency is offshore.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Binance and FTX's C.E.O.s Talk Shop
The founders of the cryptocurrency exchanges FTX and Binance talked with The Times about risk and regulation.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Crypto Nomads: Surfing the World for Risk and Profit
A new generation of industry leaders have set up offshore trading exchanges largely beyond the reach of American regulators.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Testing Britney Spears: Restoring Rights Can Be Rare and Difficult
To get out of conservatorship, the pop star will likely have to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, an uneasy melding of legal standards and mental health criteria.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Silicon Valley's Best Pandemic Ever
As the world reeled, tech titans supplied the tools that made life and work possible. Now the companies are awash in money — and questions about what it means to win amid so much loss.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Help! I'm Traveling to Europe. All The Required Documentation Is Dizzying
For three confused but vaccinated travelers, our columnist tries to make sense of the new rules of entry into the European Union.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

Investing in China: What You Need to Know
Tensions with the U.S. complicate matters, but China is such a vital part of global markets that its stocks and bonds belong in diversified portfolios.

NYTimes Business
Jul 23, 2021

The Case for Scheduling Everything
Workers want to have more control over their precious hours and avoid burnout. What if the secret is a calendar full of meetings as well as "me" time?

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

What is HIPAA and How Does the Law Work?
The measure prohibits health professionals from revealing your medical records, but it is perfectly legal to ask whether someone has been vaccinated.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Jewish Burial Records Among Items Seized by U.S. Authorities
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn said they plan to return 17 items — once headed for auction — to their communities.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Kaseya, the tech firm hit by ransomware, gets the key to unlock its customers' data.
Kaseya said the key was "effective at unlocking victims." How the company obtained the key was a mystery.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

‘Change is coming' to streaming, Jason Kilar, the WarnerMedia chief, says.
HBO and its streaming service, HBO Max, have attracted 67.5 million customers, and the company expects to reach 73 million by year end.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Felicia Sonmez Sues Washington Post and Martin Baron, Claiming Discrimination
Among the defendants is The Post's former executive editor, Martin Baron, who retired in February.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

HBO and HBO Max Subscribers Seen Reaching 73 Million in 2021
HBO and its streaming service, HBO Max, have attracted 67.5 million customers, and the company expects to reach 73 million by year end.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Home sales climb for the first time in five months as prices continue to rise.
Sales of homes in the United States rose 1.4 percent in June from May. Prices jumped more than 23 percent from a year earlier.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Covid Changed How We Use Our Time, Down to the Minute
Each year, the government asks thousands of people to track how they spend their days. Normally, the changes are minuscule. Not this time.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Airlines See a Surge in Domestic Flights, Beating Forecasts
U.S. carriers are reaping the rewards as a surge in domestic air travel has exceeded forecasts.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Dozens of Websites Offline in Widespread Internet Outage
American Express, Amazon and Delta Air Lines were among the affected companies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Making Work Accessible
The Americans With Disabilities Act was passed 31 years ago. According to this vocational rehabilitation counselor, we need it now as much as ever.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Amazon Ends Use of Arbitration for Customer Disputes
Anyone using the technology giant's products will pursue disputes in federal court, a significant retreat from a strategy that often helps companies avoid liability.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Biogen's Aduhelm Sales Total $2 Million in Second Quarter
The drug from Biogen, called Aduhelm, is expected to generate billions in sales. It could also strain Medicare's budget within a few years.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Mercedes-Benz will shift its focus to electric vehicles by 2025.
The automaker said it would invest 40 billion euros, or $47 billion, on electric cars, vans and light commercial vehicles by 2030.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Mercedes-Benz to Shift Focus to Electric Vehicles by 2025
The automaker said it would invest 40 billion euros, or $47 billion, on electric cars, vans and light commercial vehicles by 2030.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Robinhood's I.P.O. Will Give More to Retail Investors
It's giving retail investors much more of its I.P.O. than is the norm.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Drug Distributors and Johnson & Johnson Reach $26 Billion Deal to End Opioid Suits
The agreement would allow funds to begin flowing from the companies to states and communities to pay for addiction and prevention services.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Across the Country in an Automobile Built for Two
A Times reporter leaving New Jersey for a new job in Texas asks his 2008 Smart car for one more easy-parking adventure.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Tesla's Berlin Factory Runs Into Activists, Red Tape and Lizards
Elon Musk wanted to tap German engineering expertise, but may have gotten more local culture than he had bargained for.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Tesla's Factory in Berlin Runs Into Activists, Red Tape and Lizards
Elon Musk wanted to tap German engineering expertise, but may have gotten more local culture than he had bargained for.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

What's the Price of an Uncleaned Hotel Room?
As business at big city hotels still lags, the pandemic may permanently change the industry's approach to services like housekeeping and check in. But employees fear for their jobs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

Rising Rents Threaten to Prop Up Inflation
Officials at the Federal Reserve and White House thought fast price gains would pass. Rent increases could make it a slow fade.

NYTimes Business
Jul 22, 2021

In Deal With Germany, U.S. Drops Threat to Block Russian Gas Pipelines
The agreement infuriated both Republicans and Democrats in Congress, who accused the Biden administration of being soft on Russia.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Biden Predicts F.D.A. Will Give Final Vaccine Approval by the Fall
The president also defended his opposition to eliminating the Senate filibuster, even though it is being used to block voting rights legislation he has championed.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Activision Blizzard Is Sued by California Over Workplace Culture
The lawsuit says women at the gaming company were paid less and discriminated against, and it described a culture of sexual harassment.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

PG&E Aims to Curb Wildfire Risk by Burying Many Power Lines
The California utility said the work would involve about 10,000 miles of its network, a project potentially costing tens of billions of dollars.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Skipping the Olympics Is ‘Not an Option' for Many Advertisers
Companies have spent more than $1 billion on ads timed to the Tokyo Games, which will take place in empty arenas as the pandemic lingers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

PG&E plans a 10-year effort to put power lines underground to reduce fire risk.
The California utility said the work would involve about 10,000 miles of its network, a project potentially costing tens of billions of dollars.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

A Treasury official says an international tax deal would help make globalization work.
He suggested that a lack of clarity and consensus in the international system could end up hurting cross-border investment.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Kathy Andrade, Unionist Who Fought for Immigrant Workers, Dies at 88
Her work on behalf of garment workers helped prod organized labor to rethink its approach to an increasingly immigrant-based work force.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

The National Labor Relations Board grants a reprieve to inflatable rats.
A symbol long used by union members to draw attention to suspect labor practices survives a legal challenge.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Lyft will team up with Ford and a self-driving car start-up to offer rides in Miami.
The companies plan to begin offering the service this year, expanding later to Austin, Texas. A human will still be behind the wheel.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

A 22-year-old was arrested in hacks of Twitter, TikTok and Snapchat.
The suspect, Joseph O'Connor, was found in Spain and faces U.S. charges of hacking, extortion and cyberstalking.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

The Amazonification of Space Begins in Earnest
With the suborbital flights made by Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson this month, the privatization of the space industry has crossed the point of no return.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

A 22-year-old was arrested in connection with hacks of Twitter, TikTok and Snapchat.
The suspect, Joseph O'Connor, is facing extradition to the U.S. on charges of hacking, extortion and cyberstalking.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Jeff Bezos vows to fight climate change, but space tourism could do more harm, critics say.
Mr. Bezos says space tourism is a first step toward moving people (and heavy industry) into space to avert an energy crisis on Earth.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Drug Distributors and J.&J. Reach $26 Billion Deal to End Opioids Lawsuits
The agreement would allow funds to begin flowing from the companies to states and communities to pay for addiction and prevention services.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

More Hospitals Impose Vaccine Mandates for Employees
With some health care workers still refusing to be immunized, medical centers around the country are requiring shots as cases climb once again.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

A 22-year-old is arrested in Spain in connection with last year's Twitter hack.
BMW's production fell short by 10,000 vehicles for the week, and Daimler had to briefly stop assembly lines at a plant in Germany.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Robinhood's Guinea Pig for Upending Public Offerings: Itself
The stock trading app is opening its initial public offering and investor presentations to everyday investors. The risks are significant.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Chip shortages force German carmakers to throttle production even as demand recovers.
BMW's production fell short by 10,000 vehicles for the week, and Daimler had to briefly stop assembly lines at a plant in Germany.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Kodak Removes Instagram Post About China After Blowback
After public backlash in China, the American company dropped an Instagram post featuring images of a region where accusations of human rights violations have drawn intense scrutiny.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Chip Shortages Force Daimler and BMW to Slow Auto Production
BMW's production fell short by 10,000 vehicles for the week, and Daimler had to briefly stop assembly lines at a plant in Germany.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Pfizer will turn to a plant in Africa to help supply the continent with vaccines next year.
The deal, which only involves the final stages of manufacturing, falls short of the technology transfer that public health activists have called for.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Jonathan Kanter Will Lead Antitrust at the Justice Dept.
Jonathan Kanter will lead the Justice Department's trustbusting unit.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Stalled Some Parents' Careers
The disruption to child care could have long-term career costs, and the ones likeliest to pay are mothers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Exploring Seattle's Booming Beer Scene
This northwestern city makes some of the most creative craft beers around. The best place to try them is in the Ballard Brewery District.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Shorter Hours, No Promotions: How the Pandemic Stalled Some Parents' Careers
The disruption to child care could have long-term career costs, and the ones likeliest to pay are mothers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Want to Buy a PlayStation 5? Befriend a Bot.
In a pandemic-induced era of scarcity, a bit of automation can go a long way to obtaining the unobtainable.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Is the U.S. Economy Too Hot or Too Cold? Yes.
The economy is a riddle, but clearly it's having a harder time rebooting itself than had seemed possible in the spring.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

Workers' Financial Stress Is Rising. Can Corporate Programs Help?
More and more, larger employers are offering "wellness" programs that can coach people to better manage their money, combining digital tools and a human touch.

NYTimes Business
Jul 21, 2021

‘Was the Astor Place Kmart Haunted?' and Other Thoughts on Its Closing
The big-box department store received an unexpected volume of tributes after it abruptly closed in July.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

China Breached Dozens of Pipeline Companies in Past Decade, U.S. Says
The disclosure about the breadth of state-sponsored cyberattacks was part of a warning to pipeline owners to increase the security of their systems to stave off future intrusions.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

On Fox News, Vaccination Pleas Intensify, but Skepticism Persists
Amid mixed messages on the channel, the hosts Sean Hannity and Steve Doocy encourage viewers to get Covid-19 shots as the Delta variant spreads.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Tom Brady Jokes About Election Results as Buccaneers Visit White House
President Biden's administration has revived a tradition of championship invitations that had grown sporadic under former President Donald J. Trump.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

J.&J. Vaccine May Be Less Effective Against Delta, Study Suggests
Many who received the shot may need to consider boosters, the authors said. But federal health officials do not recommend second doses.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Biden to Name a Critic of Big Tech as the Top Antitrust Cop
Jonathan Kanter, a longtime antitrust lawyer, has built his career largely around working for smaller rivals of Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Disney is chipping away at Netflix's dominance.
New data shows Netflix, long the king of streaming, is losing attention as subscribers shift to competitors like Disney and Amazon Prime Video.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Stocks rebound a day after a rout prompted by fears over the Delta variant.
The S&P 500 rose 1.5 percent on Tuesday. On Monday it had fallen 1.6 percent in its sharpest decline since mid-May.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

One Dose of J.&J. Vaccine Is Ineffective Against Delta, Study Suggests
Many who received the shot may need to consider boosters, the authors said. But federal health officials do not recommend second doses.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

How Disney is Chipping Away at Netflix's Dominance
New data shows Netflix, long the king of streaming, is losing attention as subscribers shift to competitors like Disney and Amazon Prime Video.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Netflix Earnings Q2 2021
New data shows Netflix, long the king of streaming, is losing attention as subscribers shift to competitors like Disney and Amazon Prime Video.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Biden to Name a Big Tech Critic to Be the Top Antitrust Cop
Jonathan Kanter, a longtime antitrust lawyer, has built his career largely around working for smaller rivals of Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

John Veronis, Who Helped Start Psychology Today, Dies at 93
After working as a magazine executive, he helped launch Psychology Today and played a role in Rupert Murdoch's $3 billion purchase of the company that owned TV Guide.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Stocks rebound after the Delta variant's spread prompted a rout.
The S&P 500 rose, a day after the benchmark fell 1.6 percent in its sharpest decline since mid-May.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Apple delays its return to office as the Delta variant surges.
Employees are now expected to come back to the workplace on Oct. 1, a month later than planned.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Stocks rebound after the Delta variant spread prompted a rout.
The S&P 500 rose, a day after the benchmark fell 1.6 percent in its sharpest decline since mid-May.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Virgil Abloh Gets a Seat at the Power Table
The LVMH luxury group has bought a majority stake in Off-White and given its founder license to shake up more than just fashion. And he's got skin in the game.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Low-Wage Workers Now Have Options, Which Could Mean a Raise
The sharp rebound in hiring, especially in service industries, is widening opportunities and prompting employers to compete on pay.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Hollywood studios can mandate that everyone on a set be vaccinated.
A deal with the industry's major unions will also relax pandemic protocols, including decreasing the rate of regular coronavirus testing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Crew Launches to Space
The Amazon founder and three others lifted off in Blue Origin's New Shepard spacecraft, fulfilling a goal more than 20 years in the making.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

Hollywood Unions Agree to Relax Pandemic Protocols on Movie Sets
A deal with the industry's major unions will also relax pandemic protocols, including decreasing the rate of regular coronavirus testing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

How Much Does It Cost to Fly on Blue Origin's New Shepard?
Jeff Bezos' company says demand has been strong for launches to the edge of space.

NYTimes Business
Jul 20, 2021

A Renewal for IBM Campuses Once Home to Punch Cards and Circuit Boards
When Big Blue left upstate New York, economic pain ensued. But the large complexes left behind are ideally suited for large-scale production and shipping, local officials say.

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