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NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Robert Ferrante, News-Driven Producer at CBS and NPR, Dies at 87
He raised the profiles of the news programs "Morning Edition" and "The World" on public radio, and created the overnight program "Nightwatch" on CBS.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Trump Files a Defamation Suit Against CNN
The former president has a history of threatening, and occasionally filing, lawsuits against media organizations whose coverage he deems unfair.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Elizabeth Warren's Report Says Few Customers Get Refunds for Zelle Fraud
Elizabeth Warren's analysis of fraud and scam complaints on the payment network found that banks at times violate a federal consumer protection law.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Few Customers Get Refunds for ‘Rampant' Zelle Fraud, Senator's Report Says
Elizabeth Warren's analysis of fraud and scam complaints on the payment network found that banks at times violate a federal consumer protection law.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

London's Heathrow Airport to End Passenger Cap in Late October
The cap was initially expected to end in September. Heathrow said fewer cancellations and shorter waits for luggage meant it could remove the limit.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

U.S. Auto Sales Point to Continued Demand
General Motors reported a 24 percent increase in U.S. sales in the third quarter. Several other carmakers also posted gains.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Crypto Needs More Rules and Better Enforcement, Regulators Warn
The Financial Stability Oversight Council said that the growing crypto market could pose risks to the broader financial system.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

U.S. Said to Plan New Limits on China's A.I. and Supercomputing Firms
The new rules could be the most sweeping action taken yet by the Biden administration to thwart China's access to American technology that powers data centers and supercomputers.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Oil prices jump as OPEC Plus weighs a supply cut, and stocks follow suit.


NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Silicon Valley County Battles With Uber Over Reporting of Sexual Assault
Uber does not inform the police of such incidents, citing advocacy group guidelines. But officials in Santa Clara County argue that it should.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Will Smith Film ‘Emancipation' Will Be Released in December
Apple said the movie, Mr. Smith's first since his infamous slap at the Oscars, would be in theaters on Dec. 2 and begin streaming on Dec. 9.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

G.M. Reports 24% Increase in Auto Sales for Quarter
The automaker's performance indicates that the global semiconductor shortage is beginning to ease.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Less Turnover, Smaller Raises: Hot Job Market May Be Losing Its Sizzle
Unemployment is low, and hiring is strong. But there are signs that frenzied turnover and rapid wage growth are abating.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Oil prices jump on the prospect of OPEC Plus supply cuts.


NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian to Pay $1.26 Million to Settle SEC Charges Over Crypto Promotion
The S.E.C. said Ms. Kardashian did not disclose she had been paid to promote a crypto token sold by EthereumMax.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse Takes a Hit Over Investor Fears
Shares in the troubled Swiss banking giant sunk on Monday as investors worry it may not pull off a risky turnaround plan.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

A 95-Square-Foot Tokyo Apartment: ‘I Wouldn't Live Anywhere Else'
Meet the young Japanese who have decided to live in a shoe box.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target
Election deniers catapulted a Michigan firm with just 21 U.S. employees to the center of unfounded voter fraud claims, exposing it to vicious threats.

NYTimes Business
Oct 03, 2022

These Job-Training Programs Work, and May Show Others the Way
A handful of innovators have developed successful programs to help lift low-income workers into the middle class. Can their model become the norm?

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

OPEC Plus Considering Major Production Cut to Prop Up Oil Prices
The oil producers group, which meets on Wednesday, is worried about declining demand in a slowing global economy. Prices have dropped by 25 percent since June.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

‘Bros' Fails at the Box Office, as ‘Smile' Arrives at No. 1
Promoted as the first gay romantic comedy from a major studio, "Bros" sold $4.8 million in tickets, about 40 percent less than expected.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

Tesla Sold Record 343,000 Vehicles in Third Quarter
The increase from the same period last year comes as competition grows among automakers producing electric vehicles in the United States.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

Tesla Sold 343,000 Vehicles in Third Quarter, an Increase
The increase from the same period last year comes as competition grows among automakers producing electric vehicles in the United States.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

The Week in Business: Market Chaos in Britain
Wall Street volatility continued. Tallying the costs of Hurricane Ian has just begun. And a report on the strength of the job market is coming this week.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

A New Refrain From Artists: We ‘Almost Gave Up on Instagram'
Photographers and illustrators who once eagerly shared images of their work on Instagram are moving away from the site as it emphasizes video.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

Book Review: ‘Bully Market: My Story of Money and Misogyny at Goldman Sachs' by Jamie Fiore Higgins
In "Bully Market," Jamie Fiore Higgins describes being seduced, and ultimately repelled, by nearly two high-flying decades at Goldman Sachs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 02, 2022

Mystery Solved: ‘Dateline' Finds Path From TV to Podcast Stardom
The true crime storytelling that has done so well for so long on television seems to have met a moment in an entirely new medium.

NYTimes Business
Oct 01, 2022

Backing Lindt, Swiss Court Orders Lidl to ‘Destroy' Its Chocolate Bunnies
With Easter still far away, there are none to melt down. But the decision opened a door on the bunny-eat-bunny world of European chocolatiers.

NYTimes Business
Oct 01, 2022

The Supreme Court's Business Docket
Upcoming Supreme Court cases could have big implications for businesses.

NYTimes Business
Oct 01, 2022

British Ruling Pins Blame on Social Media for Teenager's Suicide
The internet, according to the ruling, "affected her mental health in a negative way and contributed to her death in a more than minimal way."

NYTimes Business
Oct 01, 2022

Safety Concerns Overshadow Europe's First New Gas Link in Decades
Natural gas is set to flow through a new undersea pipeline between Norway and Poland after suspected sabotage devastated the Nord Stream pipelines.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

McKinsey Charged in South African Corruption Case
The South African branch of the global consulting firm has been charged in a corruption scandal related to its work with the country's state-owned freight rail and port operator.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Biden's Plan for Student Loans Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion
As borrowers wait for the administration to unveil an application for loan forgiveness, they are wary of legal challenges and a proliferation of misinformation.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Maurice Kanbar, Who Defuzzed Sweaters and Defanged Vodka, Dies at 93
He was a busy inventor, entrepreneur and investor (movie theaters, real estate, a "super food" and more) whose Skyy Vodka was, he claimed, hangover-free.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Half of Adults Have Heard Little or Nothing About New Covid Boosters, Survey Finds
The latest shots, which target Omicron and its subvariants, could offer protection against a winter surge in cases. But many people are unsure if they're eligible.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Withholding College Transcripts for Loan Payment Is ‘Abusive,' Agency Says
Transcript withholding can make it difficult for students to apply for jobs even if they've graduated, since they can't prove to prospective employers that they have a degree.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Price of New A.L.S. Treatment Will Be $158,000 Per Year, Maker Says
The list price of the therapy, Relyvrio, is much higher than an economic research group recommends, but the company says most patients will pay very little themselves.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Sleepy Corner of U.K.'s Pension Industry Forced the Bank of England's Hand
Complex financial instruments that pension funds use to minimize the impact of interest rate changes led to the bond market rout.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

United Airlines to End Service at J.F.K. Airport
The airline said it was too small to compete at the airport and would cease flights there at the end of October.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Star Maestro With Russian Ties to Depart German Orchestra
Teodor Currentzis, who has faced scrutiny for his association with a Russian bank, will step down as chief conductor of the SWR Symphony Orchestra in 2025.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

House Postpones Congressional Stock-Trading Bill Vote
The majority leader's announcement that the House would not vote this week on a bill to curb trading by members of Congress punted the issue until after the midterm elections and reflected a rough road ahead.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

House Postpones Stock-Trading Vote
The majority leader's announcement that the House would not vote this week on a bill to curb trading by members of Congress punted the issue until after the midterm elections and reflected a rough road ahead.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

August PCE Inflation Data Shows Prices Are Stubbornly High
Inflation stayed far above the Federal Reserve's goal in August, as prices climbed more quickly than economists expected.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Some People Get to Stay Home. Get Over It.
It may seem unfair that your colleagues have been granted an exception, but resenting them won't get you a remote-only job.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Stock Market Ends an Ugly Quarter With Another Volatile Day
The S&P 500 on course for its third straight weekly fall and its third straight quarterly slump, the kinds of losses investors have not faced since 2009.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Can Smartphones Help Predict Suicide?
A unique research project is tracking hundreds of people at risk for suicide, using data from smartphones and wearable biosensors to identify periods of high danger — and intervene.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Nick Holonyak Jr., Pioneer of LED Lighting, Is Dead at 93
He invented a visible red-light diode. His 41 patents also included lasers that enabled DVD and CD players.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

U.K. Borrowers React to Soaring Interest Rates in Mortgage Market
Financial turmoil this week led to soaring interest rates, forcing many lenders to stop offering mortgages and stoking worry among borrowers about rising costs.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Wall Street ends an ugly quarter with a whimper.
The S&P 500 on course for its third straight weekly fall and its third straight quarterly slump, the kinds of losses investors have not faced since 2009.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

New Inflation Data Shows Prices Remain Stubbornly High
Inflation remains far above the Federal Reserve's goal, and prices climbed more quickly than economists expected in August.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Did You Sell an Old Desk Online? You May Receive a Tax Form.
A law requires online marketplaces to send out a Form 1099-K for sales of $600 or more. Most casual sellers will not owe taxes on the sales, but that's not always clear.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Consumers kept spending in August amid rising earnings.
Americans earned more and spent more in August, the latest sign that the economic recovery remains on track despite rising interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Eurozone Inflation Sets Another Record, Hitting 10 Percent in September
Jumps in energy and food prices again pushed inflation in the 19 countries that use the euro to the highest annual rate recorded since the currency was created.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

The Markets Face a Rare Double Decline
The losses in tech stocks and bonds is wrecking investor portfolios, and analysts warn of more sell-offs.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

China Gets Its First mRNA Covid Vaccine Approval — in Indonesia
Indonesia has cleared an mRNA Covid-19 vaccine developed by a Chinese company. But those types of shots, considered among the most effective, aren't yet available in China.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Health Insurance Guide: Navigating Coverage in Your 20s
Whether you're turning 26 and about to age out of a parent's plan or just landing a job with benefits, finding coverage is a tricky task.

NYTimes Business
Sep 30, 2022

Bonds May Be Having Their Worst Year Yet
This has been the most devastating time for bonds since at least 1926, and maybe in centuries. But, our columnist writes, much of the damage is already behind us.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

NASA May Let Billionaire Astronaut and SpaceX Lift Hubble Telescope
Jared Isaacman, who traveled to orbit on the Inspiration4 mission, is pursuing a private space program in collaboration with Elon Musk's rocket company.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

David Gottesman, 96, Wall St. Power and Warren Buffett Partner, Dies
He founded the investment house First Manhattan and, after befriending him in the 1960s, pursued enormously lucrative deals with Mr. Buffett.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

David Gottesman, Wall St. Power and Warren Buffett Partner, Dies at 96
He founded the investment house First Manhattan and, after befriending him in the 1960s, pursued enormously lucrative deals with Mr. Buffett.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

FDA Approves ALS Treatment Despite Questions About Effectiveness
The drug is safe, and one trial found it may extend survival and slow paralysis in functions like muscle control and speaking. A larger trial will be completed in 2024.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

US Penalizes Chinese Companies for Aiding Iran's Oil Exports
The move suggests a more aggressive approach by the Biden administration after talks to revive a 2015 nuclear deal faltered.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Republican-led States Sue to Block Biden's Student Loan Debt Relief
The lawsuit accuses President Biden of overstepping his authority in directing the government to cancel as much as $20,000 in student loan debt for millions of people.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Stocks Drop as Focus Shifts Back to a Potential Recession
Investors are anticipating a global recession as central bankers take a hard line against inflation, looking to slow the economy by raising interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

German Inflation Soars to Double Digits for First Time in Decades
Consumer prices rose 10.9 percent in the year through September, much higher than expected, driven by high energy and food prices.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Fed Announces Plan to Assess Climate Risks to Banks
The Federal Reserve will put big banks through climate scenario tests next year, but the exercises will not force banks to raise capital.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

U.S. Economy Weaker Than Thought in Year's First Half, by One Measure
Gross domestic income, adjusted for inflation, grew more modestly than first estimated. Unlike gross domestic product, though, it remained positive.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

China's ‘Absurd' Covid Propaganda Stirs Rebellion
The use of propaganda in the country has been on overdrive in the pandemic, with some Chinese citizens arguing the language has bordered on "nonsense."

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Even as Oil Prices Ease, U.S. Keeps Tapping Strategic Reserve
The administration's move has brought down gasoline prices. Some experts say continued withdrawals could test the nation's energy security.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Porsche Shares Jump in Blockbuster Market Debut
Volkswagen spun off the German carmaker on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, where its stock began trading higher despite a broader decline in European markets.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

German Inflation Soars to Double-Digits in September
Consumer prices rose 10.9 percent in the year through September, much higher than expected, driven by high energy and food prices.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Hurricane Ian's Devastation Shows the Challenge of Pricing Climate Risk
As severe weather events become more frequent, pricing the risk associated with them will only get trickier.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Book Review: "When McKinsey Comes to Town," by Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe
"When McKinsey Comes to Town," by the Times reporters Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe, argues that the legendary firm has accrued an inordinate amount of influence chasing profits at the expense of moral principle.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Porsche Takes off in Trading Debut
Shares in the sportscar maker gained on Thursday, outperforming the wider market.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Hand-Painted Billboards in the Age of Digital Ads
As digital fatigue from the pandemic grows, hand-painted billboards are making a comeback.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Physician Burnout Has Reached Distressing Levels, New Research Finds
Nearly two-thirds of doctors are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, a huge increase from before the pandemic. But the situation is not irreparable, researchers say.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

How McKinsey Got Into the Business of Addiction
The consulting firm's work with opioid makers is well known, but for decades McKinsey worked with Big Tobacco and has also advised Juul, the e-cigarette company.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

New Infectious Threats Are Coming. The US Probably Won't Contain Them.
The coronavirus revealed flaws in the nation's pandemic plans. The spread of monkeypox shows that the problems remain deeply entrenched.

NYTimes Business
Sep 29, 2022

Britain's Gamble on Tax Cuts has Economists Warning of Past Mistakes
The International Monetary Fund is just one of the many voices that have criticized a plan to cut rates for high earners.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Newsom Signs California Bill to Ease Farm Union Voting
The governor's decision, after a veto last year, will allow mail voting in unionization elections. President Biden had pushed for approval.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Bill Plante, CBS News's Man at the White House, Dies at 84
He covered four presidencies in a 52-year career and never worried about "offending those in power in pursuit of answers," one former White House press secretary said.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

What We Know About the Mysterious Nord Stream Pipeline Leaks
The leaks, which may amount to as much as a third of Denmark's annual carbon emissions, expose the vulnerability of critical infrastructure as the war in Ukraine continues.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

What We Know About the Mysterious Pipeline Leaks Between Russia and Europe
The leaks, which may amount to as much as a third of Denmark's annual carbon emissions, expose the vulnerability of critical infrastructure as the war in Ukraine continues.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Sabotaged Pipelines and a Mystery: Who Did It?
An attack on gas lines under the Baltic Sea exposes the vulnerability of an already jittery Europe. Some officials suggested Moscow was to blame, but with little evidence, others urge caution.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

MacKenzie Scott, Billionaire Philanthropist, Files for Divorce
Less than two years after announcing the marriage and their intent to give money away together, Ms. Scott has parted ways with her second husband, a teacher.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Why the British Pound Continues to Sink
The Bank of England had to step in Wednesday after markets deemed a new government economic plan unwise, but the pound has been on a longer slide.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Wall Street rebounds from a week of turmoil.
The S&P 500 rose at the beginning of trading after six consecutive days of trading, the longest streak since the beginning of the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Banks Accuse Consumer Regulator of Abuse of Power
Several banking trade groups have sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, claiming it has exceeded its authority with anti-discrimination enforcement.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Protests in Prague Signal a Troubled Winter Ahead in Europe
Tens of thousands gathered in the Czech capital for the second such protest in a month, spurred by an energy crisis and rising prices that are affecting countries across Europe.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

In an Echo of History, the British Pound Has Lost Its Dominance
The Bank of England had to step in Wednesday after markets deemed a new government economic plan as unwise, but the pound has been on a longer slide.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

U.S. and Russia Duel Over Leadership of U.N. Tech Group
Member countries vote on Thursday for an American or a Russian to lead the International Telecommunication Union, which sets standards for new technologies.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Google to Make Search and Maps More ‘Immersive'
From more photo-based results to neighborhood "vibe" checks, the company announced updates meant to keep two of its most popular products on trend.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Lululemon Hopes to Expand Home Fitness Business With Membership Program
The athleisure brand bought the interactive fitness company Mirror for $500 million in 2020, when at-home workouts were booming because of Covid lockdowns.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Stocks climb after a week of turmoil.
The S&P 500 rose at the beginning of trading after six consecutive days of trading, the longest streak since the beginning of the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

MacKenzie Scott May No Longer Have a Partner in Philanthropy
The billionaire's second husband, a teacher, does not appear on her public profile anymore.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Lululemon Hopes to Showcase Home Fitness Business With Membership Program
The athleisure brand bought the interactive fitness company Mirror for $500 million in 2020, when at-home workouts were booming because of Covid lockdowns.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

To Calm Markets, Bank of England Will Buy Bonds on ‘Whatever Scale Is Necessary'
The purchases are designed "to restore orderly market conditions," the central bank said, after days of turmoil that followed the government's plan for sweeping tax cuts and higher borrowing.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

‘Act of Sabotage' Hits Europe's Energy and Stocks Markets
Natural gas prices soared in Europe and stocks fell, as officials investigate the causes of the Nordstream 1 and 2 gas pipeline explosions.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Bank of England to Buy Bonds to Restore ‘Orderly' Markets
The purchases will be carried out "on whatever scale is necessary," the central bank said.

NYTimes Business
Sep 28, 2022

Burberry Names Daniel Lee as Its Chief Creative Officer
The English designer joins the British luxury label, replacing Riccardo Tisci after months of speculation.

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