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NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

China Sets Economic Growth Target of ‘Over 6 Percent' This Year
Beijing's goal bodes well for the global economy, suggesting that China is willing to free up money to keep its engine humming.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Tribune Publishing, facing an acquisition, adds to cash holdings and digital revenue.
The company, which publishes nine metropolitan dailies, gained approximately 102,000 digital subscribers in 2020.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Is the Fashion World Changing?
Tracking an industry where Black representation has been rare.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Henry Goldrich, Gear Guru to Rock Stars, Is Dead at 88
The owner of Manny's Music in Manhattan, he brought wah-wah to Hendrix and Clapton and connected musicians with equipment that helped define their styles.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Rosalyn Koo, 94, Dies; Fund-Raising Powerhouse for Chinese Communities
A scion of a wealthy Shanghai family, Ms. Koo helped older people in California and organized a program to educate girls in rural China.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

One and Done: Why People Are Eager for Johnson & Johnson's Vaccine
Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine is allowing states to rethink distribution, even as health officials and experts worry some will view it as inferior.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Fed Chair Powell Offered a Patient Message. Markets Quivered Anyway.
Stocks fell and bond yields rose after the Fed leader reiterated that the central bank did not plan to pull back policy support soon.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Treasury to Invest $9 Billion in Minority Communities
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is making Community Development Financial Institutions central to achieving an inclusive economy.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Tech stocks are close to correction territory. Here's what that means.
The 10 percent threshold for a correction is arbitrary, but it is often an indication that investors have turned more pessimistic about the markets.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Please Send Us Your College Applications About Money
Did you apply for undergraduate admission for the fall 2021 semester? Did you write an essay about money, work or social class? We'd like to read it and perhaps publish it.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Federal Reserve Chair Urges Patience on Recovery: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Ministry of Supply Sold Office Apparel. It Has Had to Rethink Things.
The start-up had to decide what to do when its merchandise became virtually irrelevant during the pandemic. Revamping its focus was not easy, but the company has survived.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Tech stocks are in correction territory. Here's what that means.
The 10 percent threshold for a correction is arbitrary, but it is often an indication that investors have turned more pessimistic about the markets.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Proposed E.U. Law Aims to Rectify Gender Pay Gap
Under a proposed law, companies in Europe could be sanctioned if they fail to pay men and women the same salaries.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Mounting federal debt puts the U.S. at risk of a fiscal crisis, Congressional Budget Office warns.
The nonpartisan office forecast a challenging long-term outlook, as interest costs rise and federal spending on health programs swells along with an aging population.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Mothers Are Regaining Jobs, Even While Shouldering Pandemic Burdens at Home
There are similarities between the recession's effect on men and women's employment, but also crucial differences.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

OPEC Plus Agrees to Keep a Lid on Production, Sending Oil Prices Higher
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies stuck with its current quotas for April, with some exceptions.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

U.S. Suspends Tariffs on Scotch Whisky and Other British Products
A 25 percent tariff was placed on Scotch whisky in October 2019, and exports to the United States have since dropped 35 percent.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

The Era of Audio Creators Has Arrived
A new company called Audio Collective has launched to help build businesses on Clubhouse as brands rush to leverage the platform.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Square Acquires Tidal in $297 Million Deal
Jay-Z bought Tidal in partnership with other artists in 2015 for $56 million. It will be led by an interim director from Square under Jack Dorsey.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Amazon Went on a New York Buying Spree as Online Shopping Surged
The e-commerce giant added at least nine new warehouses in the city over the past year as 2.4 million packages a day strained the nation's largest urban delivery system.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Jobless Claims Rise, Showing the Pandemic's Economic Toll: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Weekly Unemployment Claims Show Recovery Remains Rocky
With caseloads dropping and restrictions on business activity being eased in many places, filings for unemployment benefits have come down. But the pace of reopenings has been uneven.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

BBC Apologizes for Interview With Cory Booker Impostor
The network issued a correction and said it was looking into the matter, calling the interview a "deliberate hoax."

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Dresses, Cruises and Other Signs of Life
Businesses say that people are preparing to go out again.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Why the markets are stressed at the prospect of an economic rebound.


NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Now Making Electric Bikes: Car and Motorcycle Companies
They see branding opportunities as the pandemic and a desire by cities to curb traffic propel e-bike sales to new heights.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

India's Covaxin Covid-19 Vaccine, Already in Use, Shows Promise in Trials
Interim results from clinical trials suggested that Covaxin could be safe and effective, potentially removing one hurdle to New Delhi's ambitious campaign to inoculate a vast population.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Amazon Expands in N.Y.C. as Pandemic Sends Shoppers Online
The e-commerce giant added at least nine new warehouses in the city over the past year as 2.4 million packages a day strained the nation's largest urban delivery system.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Texas Farmers Tally Up the Damage From a Winter Storm ‘Massacre'
The state's agriculture sector has lost an estimated $600 million or more. Crop and livestock damage could mean shortages and higher prices beyond Texas.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Investors Are Focused on Treasurys. Here's What the Fed Could Do.
Central bankers have said they aren't worried about a pop in longer-term bond yields. If they do become concerned, they have some options.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

OPEC and Russia will discuss raising oil production.
The group is expected to weigh a potential but by no means certain production increase of as much as 1.5 million barrels a day.

NYTimes Business
Mar 04, 2021

Is Fashion Changing?
Tracking an industry where Black representation has been rare.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Disney Will Close 30 Percent of Its Stores in North America


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Disney Will Close 30 Percent of Its Stores in North America: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Disney plans to close a significant portion of its stores this year.
The company described the closures as the "beginning" of its downsizing effort.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

In U.K. Budget, Rishi Sunak Extends Wage Supports
Last year, Britain's gross domestic product shrank nearly 10 percent, the worst in three centuries.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Britain Extends Wage Supports but Looks Toward the Pandemic's End
Last year, Britain's gross domestic product shrank nearly 10 percent, the worst in three centuries.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Many Companies Will Continue to Require Masks in Texas: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Amazon Quietly Tweaks Logo Some Say Resembled Hitler's Mustache
The app icon, which shows a blue patch above Amazon's signature smile-shaped arrow, was given smoother edges and a folded corner after claims that it bore a resemblance to the German dictator.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Facebook Ends Ban on Political Advertising
The social network had prohibited political ads on its site indefinitely after the November election. Such ads have been criticized for spreading misinformation.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Reese's New Peanut Butter Cup Is (Almost) All Peanut Butter
After decades of touting the taste of two flavors together, Hershey's will release a version without chocolate.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Why Market Investors Are Now Troubled by Signs of Surging Growth
The markets are stressed at the prospect of an economic rebound, which is forcing investors to reassess their holdings.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Facebook Lifts Ban on Political Advertising
The social network had prohibited political ads on its site indefinitely after the November election. Such ads have been criticized for spreading misinformation.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Why Investors Are Now Troubled by Signs of Surging Growth
The stock and bond markets are jittery because the prospect of an economic rebound is forcing investors to reassess their holdings.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Alamo Drafthouse files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The company said the move would provide the company with the financing needed to weather the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Alamo Drafthouse, Popular Theater Chain, Seeks Bankruptcy Protection: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

The British government extends wage supports but looks toward the pandemic's end.
Last year, Britain's gross domestic product shrank nearly 10 percent, the worst in three centuries.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Michaels to Be Acquired by Private Equity Firm
The acquisition by Apollo Global Management is a bet that Michaels can continue to ride the wave of enthusiasm for crafting spurred by Americans stuck at home in the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Britain Announces Relief Programs as Economy Slowly Reopens: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Exxon Mobil's Chief Says It Is ‘Supportive' of Zero-Emission Goals
Darren Woods, in an interview before an annual presentation to investors today, also suggested there was common ground with Biden administration policies.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Vernon Jordan Is Remembered as a Power Broker
Remembering Vernon Jordan, the civil rights leader turned corporate power broker.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Fraudsters prey on the fears of China's aging population.


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Employers are still not sure what the return to offices will look like.


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

U.S. infrastructure earns a C- ahead of a Biden investment plan.


NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Empty Office Buildings Squeeze City Budgets as Property Values Fall
A looming hit to tax revenues puts pressure on Congress to deliver relief.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

Companies Put Return-to-Work Plans in Motion
Many employers are not making a decision until many workers are vaccinated. And some are making plans for "hybrid" work arrangements.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

How to Get a Peloton-Style Workout Without Splurging
Don't want to pay $1,900 for a Peloton bike, plus a subscription fee for classes? Here are ways to reduce the cost of using tech to exercise at home.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

The Hottest Amenity From Developers? A Power Plant Made of Batteries.
Charged via rooftop solar panels, the cells form a network that provides a building with backup electricity and that utilities can tap during peak periods.

NYTimes Business
Mar 03, 2021

U.S. Infrastructure Earns a C- Ahead of a Biden Investment Plan


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Without Backpackers to Pick Them, Crops Rot by the Ton in Australia
The pandemic has exposed the shaky labor foundation of the country's agriculture industry, spurring calls for an immigration overhaul.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Biden Gains Two Key Economic Advisers
The Senate confirmed Gina Raimondo as President Biden's commerce secretary and Cecilia Rouse as the head of the Council of Economic Advisers.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Biden Drops Tanden Nomination Amid Bipartisan Opposition
The White House had insisted that it would stand by Neera Tanden as President Biden's top budget official, but it became clear that she did not have the Senate votes to be confirmed.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Biden's Picks for Financial Regulator Jobs Emphasize Transparency and Fairness
Nominees to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faced questions about the limits of their power but said they wouldn't shy from flexing it.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Fed Signals Alertness to Spike in Bond Yields: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

John D. Pomfret, Key Figure in Revamping The Times, Dies at 93
As a senior executive in the 1970s, he was part of a management team that expanded the paper's format, boosted advertising and ushered in computer technology.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Golden Globes Viewership Fell by 62 Percent: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Fed is Watching Bond Markets, Brainard Says
Her comments come after government bond yields climbed last week, a jump that rippled through financial markets.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Angelina Jolie's Churchill Painting Fetches $11.5 Million
The painting, "Tower of the Koutoubia Mosque," was a gift to Jolie by Brad Pitt and is believed to be Churchill's only World War II-era landscape.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

TV viewers were not in the mood for the Golden Globes, with audience falling 62 percent.
It was the smallest audience for any Globes ceremony since NBC started broadcasting the event in 1996.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Wired names Gideon Lichfield as its new top editor.
Mr. Lichfield had previously worked at the MIT Technology Review, Quartz and The Economist.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Leader and D.C. Power Broker, Dies at 85
Mr. Jordan, who was selected to head the National Urban League while still in his 30s, counseled presidents and business leaders.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target and Instacart Are Bolstered in the Pandemic: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Instacart Valuation Rises to $39 Billion in Latest Fundraising
The pandemic has supercharged Instacart's growth as customers eager to avoid shopping in stores turn to the company's grocery ordering service.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Activist and D.C. Power Broker, Dies at 85
Mr. Jordan, who was selected to head the Urban League while still in his 30s, counseled presidents and business leaders.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

6 Dr. Seuss Books Will No Longer Be Published Over Offensive Images
The company that oversees the children's author's estate said that the titles contained depictions of groups that were "hurtful and wrong."

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Volvo Will Convert to Electric Vehicles Faster Than Its Rivals: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

A unionization vote at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama has become a labor showdown.


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Colleges have brought in fever scanners and symptom checkers, but many don't know if they've worked.


NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

New Jersey Sues Smith & Wesson Over Its Gun Advertising
The future of gun control may be at stake.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Smith & Wesson Fights a Case in New Jersey. Gun Control Could Be the Winner.
A case in New Jersey about Smith & Wesson's advertising could expose secrets that the industry would prefer to keep hidden.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Volvo Plans to Sell Only Electric Cars by 2030
It plans to convert its entire lineup to battery power by 2030, phasing out internal combustion engine vehicles faster than other automakers.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Colleges That Require Coronavirus Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works
Many schools that use fever scanners and symptom checkers have not rigorously studied if the technology has slowed the spread of Covid-19 on campuses.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Colleges That Require Virus-Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works
Many schools that use fever scanners and symptom checkers have not rigorously studied if the technology has slowed the spread of Covid-19 on campuses.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Amazon Workers' Union Drive Reaches Far Beyond Alabama
A vote on whether to form a union at the e-commerce giant's warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., has become a labor showdown, drawing the attention of N.F.L. players, and the White House.

NYTimes Business
Mar 02, 2021

Farther, Faster and No Sweat: Bike-Sharing and the E-Bike Boom
Social-distancing, sustainability and accessibility helped accelerate e-biking during the pandemic, and the trend is showing up in urban bike-sharing programs.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

S&P 500 Has Its Best Day Since June as Bond Market Stabilizes


NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Frontier Cancels Flight, Citing Maskless Passengers
The airline's treatment of the passengers, all Orthodox Jews, drew condemnation and accusations of anti-Semitism from Jewish groups.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Why The Coronavirus Did Not Bring The Financial Rout That Many States Feared
Grim forecasts held up for a few states, but many took in about as much tax revenue as before the pandemic — sometimes a lot more.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

After Stimulus, Biden to Tackle Another Politically Tricky Issue: Infrastructure
Strengthening the country's highways, bridges and broadband networks has broad popular support, but Washington remains bitterly divided on the details.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Why Infrastructure is Next on Biden's To-Do List
Strengthening the country's highways, bridges and broadband networks has broad popular support, but Washington remains bitterly divided on the details.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

High Turnover at Nursing Homes Threatens Residents' Care
A new study highlights the persistent problems caused by an unstable work force, an underlying threat that may have led to staggering death tolls in the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Two Americans Tied to Carlos Ghosn's Escape Are Extradited to Japan
The father and son face trial on charges that they helped Mr. Ghosn, Nissan's former chief, flee in a speaker box to Lebanon in 2019.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Norman Landsberg, Jeweler With a Friendly Touch, Dies at 94
He designed and sold jewelry for 72 years from a booth in the diamond district in Manhattan. He died of Covid-related pneumonia.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

S&P 500 Has Its Best Day Since June as Bond Market Stabilizes: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Michaels Draws Buyout Interest From Private Equity
Michaels has seen its business boosted by the pandemic, as people turn to hobbies during stay-at-home orders.

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Electric-Truck Maker Workhorse to Meet With Post Office Officials: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Ex-Times Reporter Who Used Racial Slur Publishes a Lengthy Defense
Donald McNeil, who resigned last month after the publication of an article on his conduct during a student trip, writes that he left the paper after "a series of misunderstandings and blunders."

NYTimes Business
Mar 01, 2021

Workhorse, the electric-truck maker, will meet with the Postal Service about the contract it lost.


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