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Jul 03, 2020

Hedge Fund's Run at Tribune Publishing Ends With a New Board Seat
Journalists have been wary of Alden Global Capital, which is known for gutting newsrooms to eke out profits from struggling publications.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

European Workers Draw Paychecks. American Workers Scrounge for Food.
In the pandemic, the United States has relied on expanded unemployment benefits, while European governments have subsidized wages, avoiding a surge in joblessness.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

Fourth of July Fireworks Canceled Across U.S. as Coronavirus Surges
As many as 80 percent of the holiday fireworks displays in large cities and small towns have been canceled because of the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
The tragic history of "I can't breathe." Why you can have a kid or a job right now, not both. How Brooklyn Drill went global. Farewell, Carl Reiner. And more.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

James Sherwood, Who Revived the Orient Express, Dies at 86
A multimillionaire by 36, he also bought Cipriani in Venice, the "21" Club in New York, Harry's Bar in London and dozens of grand hotels.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

Why College Students May Qualify for Special Covid Pandemic Aid
While traditional unemployment insurance usually leaves out students, they may be eligible for federal pandemic aid. But some states don't make it easy to get.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice
Different strategies for socially responsible investing are working toward a similar goal: to pressure companies and municipalities to operate more equitably.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

For Maine Lobstermen, a Perfect Storm Threatens the Summer Season
The state's lobster industry, already struggling before the virus, could be crippled as tourism dries up, leaving boatloads of crustaceans and no one to eat them.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

A Beverly Hills Hotel, Bought With Looted Money, Goes on Sale
The Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills was owned by a fugitive financier involved in a $2.5 billion fraud. Interested? It'll cost north of $100 million.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

What Hong Kong's Pandemic Experience Taught Uber About Other Cities
The city was among the first to close and among the first to reopen. But Uber's lessons there could be difficult to duplicate elsewhere.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2020

The #Vanlife Business Is Booming
Coronavirus is just a distant memory while zipping around in a several-hundred-thousand-dollar custom van on the open road.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Hedge Fund's Run at Tribune Publishing Ends, for Now, With a New Board Seat
Journalists have been wary of Alden Global Capital, which is known for gutting newsrooms to eke out profits from struggling publications.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

U.S. Added Nearly 5 Million Jobs in June
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Essence Names Interim Chief After Claim of ‘Abusive Work Culture'
An anonymous post on Medium that said it was written by current and former Essence employees is part of a social media campaign for change at the groundbreaking Black media brand.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Boeing's 737 Max is Being Readied for a Comeback. What Travelers Need to Know
The plane has been grounded since March 2019 after two deadly crashes, but could fly again by the end of the year. Answers to questions about the process.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Congress Eyes More Spending as Virus Cases Surge and Economy Struggles
Republicans and Democrats are considering new aid for workers and businesses, but lobbyists and lawmakers say the Trump administration is not deeply engaged.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Tesla Shines During the Pandemic as Other Automakers Struggle
The electric carmaker's deliveries fell only modestly as sales in China and other overseas markets nearly made up for lost sales in the United States.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Florida State University Child Care Policy Draws Backlash
The university sent an email to its employees last week saying they would no longer be able to care for children while working remotely. After a backlash, the university clarified its policy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Gay Culverhouse,Who Helped Injured Football Players, Dies at 73
She navigated the league's male-dominated world as a team president, then devoted her energy to fighting on behalf of players with brain disorders.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Goodbye to the Wild Wild Web
The internet is changing, and the freewheeling, anything-goes culture of social media is being replaced by something more accountable.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Deutsche Bank May Offer Wirecard a Lifeline
Deutsche Bank said it was considering offering emergency financing to the hobbled German fintech giant, which has filed for insolvency.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Berkshires Museums Announce Reopening Plans Under Phase 3
Mass MoCA, the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Clark Art Institute will reopen this month, with programming changes and social-distancing measures.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Congress Eyes More Spending as Virus Surges and Economy Struggles
Republicans and Democrats are considering new aid for workers and businesses, but lobbyists and lawmakers say the Trump administration is not deeply engaged.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, but Clouds Grow Over Economy
Some 4.8 million positions were added last month, but renewed shutdowns could accelerate the continuing layoffs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Smithsonian's Leader Says ‘Museums Have a Social Justice Role to Play'
Lonnie Bunch, who oversees a host of museums and libraries, says the role of cultural institutions is to make people "feel comfortable with nuance and complexity."

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Tesla Deliveries Slipped in Second Quarter Even as Pandemic Hit
The electric carmaker's deliveries fell as people around the world were forced to stay home by government orders and fears over the coronavirus pandemic. But the decline was far smaller than for other automakers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

U.S. Added Nearly 5 Million Jobs in June: Live Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

The Big U-turn
A swell in coronavirus cases is forcing U.S. cities, states and companies to change course, threatening what had appeared to be a fragile economic comeback.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Tesla Deliveries Slipped in Second Quarter as Pandemic Hit
The electric carmaker's deliveries fell as people around the world were forced to stay home by government orders and fears over the coronavirus pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Stock Markets Edge Higher: Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

New Jobs Data Expected to Show Gains, but Worries Continue: Live Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Driving Older Cars: Light on Tech, Heavy on Fun
"There is no nanny system. It is just you and your steering wheel and your right foot and the road."

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can't Have Both.
Our struggle is not an emotional concern. We are not burned out. We are being crushed by an economy that has bafflingly declared working parents inessential.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Venice Tourism May Never Be the Same After Covid. That Might Be a Good Thing.
The pandemic crushed the tourism industry in Venice and other overtouristed cities. But many see this as an opportunity to rethink a "tourism monoculture."

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

The Boat Business Is Booming
Dealers are in short supply as coastal Americans plan for more local summers. As one buyer put it: "Boats are sexier than sitting in your car."

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Is the Five-Day Office Week Over?
The pandemic has shown employees and employers alike that there's value in working from home — at least, some of the time.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Buried in N.J.'s Budget Cuts: a Break for a Billionaire
A stopgap budget with $4 billion in cuts also includes an opening for private development in state parks, like a long-desired expansion of a golf course into Liberty State Park.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Fraudulent Jobless Claims Slow Relief to the Truly Desperate
Hundreds of millions of dollars went to bogus applications, triggering long reviews for others as scammers hide in a torrent of benefit requests.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Test Drive: The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo
Put through its paces on a motor club's racetrack, the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S growls with a gaudy 640 horsepower and handling that lets even amateur drivers feel like superheroes.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2020

Real Estate Prices Fall Sharply in New York
Since the coronavirus shut the city down, the number of sales in Manhattan dropped 54 percent and the median price fell to $1 million.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany
A unit of Warren Buffett's empire paid an inflated price for a pipe maker that used fake sales to look profitable, an arbitration panel concluded. The firm was close to bankruptcy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

It Paid Doctors Kickbacks. Now, Novartis Will Pay a $678 Million Settlement.
The pharmaceutical company spent more than $100 million on lavish meals, fishing junkets, golf outings, sporting events and speaker fees to influence doctors to prescribe its drugs, federal prosecutors said.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

U.S. Watchdog's Report Faults Boeing's Disclosures on 737 Max Software
Boeing has completed a series of test flights, but a return to the skies will depend on more safety milestones.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Congress Extends Small-Business Loan Program for 5 Weeks
The House cleared the extension, which would give companies more time to apply for pandemic relief loans, sending it to the White House for President Trump's signature.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

PG&E, Troubled California Utility, Emerges From Bankruptcy
The company, which has a new board and chief executive, said it had put $5.4 billion and its stock in a trust for victims of wildfires started by its equipment.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

The Music Industry Is Wrestling With Race. Here's What It Has Promised.
The business owes much of its wealth to the work of Black artists but has just a handful of Black executives in its most senior jobs. Companies large and small say they're devoted to change.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Federal Reserve Minutes Show a Litany of Reasons to Worry About Economy
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's June meeting show that officials remained seriously concerned, even as states reopened.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Researchers Debate Infecting People With Coronavirus to Test Vaccines
The technique, called a human challenge trial, has been used to evaluate other vaccines.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Congress Extends Small Business Loan Program for 5 Weeks
The House cleared the extension, which would give companies more time to apply for pandemic relief loans, sending it to the White House for President Trump's signature.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

He Says a Union Fired Him Over His Push for Police Reform
A clash at a Maryland local shows the tensions in a labor movement whose ranks include law enforcement officers along with many nonwhite, nonpolice members.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Federal Officials Turn to a New Testing Strategy as Infections Surge
Millions of additional coronavirus tests may be processed with "pooling," enabling widespread surveillance as the country struggles to reopen.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

The Music Industry Is Wrestling With Race. Here's What It's Promised.
The business owes much of its wealth to the work of Black artists but has just a handful of Black executives in its most senior jobs. Companies large and small say they're devoted to change.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

New York City Cuts Arts Spending by 11 Percent to Close Budget Gap
Facing a $9 billion loss in tax revenues, city leaders cut agency spending across the board, including the Department of Cultural Affairs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Researchers Debate Infecting People on Purpose to Test Coronavirus Vaccines
The technique, called a human challenge trial, has been used to evaluate other vaccines.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Anders Ericsson, Psychologist and ‘Expert on Experts,' Dies at 72
His research helped inspire "Outliers," Malcolm Gladwell's best-selling book on the keys to excelling.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

5 Caribbean Vacation Destinations Reopening This Summer
As the region reopens, it faces hurricane season, pandemic-related restrictions and the absence of cruise ships.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

5 Caribbean Destinations Reopening This Summer
As the region reopens, it faces hurricane season, pandemic-related restrictions and the absence of cruise ships.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Suspension From European Airspace Is Latest Blow to Pakistan's Troubled Airline
Pakistan International Airlines has come under fire after a May 22 crash that left 97 people dead, with an inquiry underway into 150 pilots' credentials.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

The ‘Rocket Ship' Economic Recovery Is Crashing
Real-time data suggest a quick resurgence of business activity is leveling off nationally — and reversing in states like Arizona and Texas.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Who Will Recover Faster From the Virus? Europe or the U.S.?
The United States, with its readiness to fire and hire, normally bounces back faster after a recession. This time, though, Europe's model may be better.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Will Europe or the US Recover Faster from Coronavirus?
The United States, with its readiness to fire and hire, normally bounces back faster after a recession. This time, though, Europe's model may be better.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Stock Markets Edge Higher: Live Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

‘Sitting on Millions of Dollars' and Dying to Blow It: Not This July 4
As many as 80 percent of the holiday fireworks displays in large cities and small towns have been canceled because of the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

How to Make Smartphones Last Longer
In a pandemic-induced recession, it's more important than ever to take care of our smartphones and other gadgets.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Hong Kong's Security Law Brings the Beijing Treatment
With the passage of the national security law, pro-democracy activists face the same dilemma as their mainland counterparts: choosing between fear and their ideals.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Fox News Fires Ed Henry Over Sexual Misconduct Claim
The veteran Washington correspondent and anchor was one of the most prominent reporters at the cable news channel.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Hong Kong Security Law Sends a Chill Over the City
Protesters are deleting their accounts on Twitter and Telegram. Booksellers, professors and nonprofits are questioning their future.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

Stock Markets Edge Lower: Live Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

As U.S.M.C.A. Takes Effect, Much Remains Undone
The beginning of a new trade deal does not signal an end to trade disputes between United States, Canada and Mexico.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

The S&P 500 Has Its Best Quarter in Decades
The stock market recorded its best quarter in decades, and the biggest quarter-to-quarter swing since 1932.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

China Announces New Retaliation Against U.S. News Outlets
Beijing demanded that four organizations submit information about their operations in China, adding to tensions with the U.S. over the treatment of journalists.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

City That Once Guided a Nation Now Shows Its Cracks
Peoria, Ill., was a place where marketers and politicians honed their messages. The pandemic and protests have made clear the sharply different realities of its Black and white residents.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

‘A Conflicted Cultural Force': What It's Like to Be Black in Publishing
An author, literary agent, marketer, publicist, editors and booksellers talk about how race affects their careers — and the books you read.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

How a Black Small Business Manager Is Spending July 4
"I support the protests but I feel like the biggest way I can support the cause and contribute is by keeping this Black-owned business open."

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

China's Software Stalked Uighurs Earlier and More Widely, Researchers Learn
A new report revealed a broad campaign that targeted Muslims in China and their diaspora in other countries, beginning as early as 2013.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2020

The New, Socially Distanced Caribbean
As the region reopens, it faces hurricane season, pandemic-related restrictions and the absence of cruise ships.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Advertiser Exodus Snowballs as Facebook Struggles to Ease Concerns
The social network has tried striking a more conciliatory tone with its advertisers, who object to its handling of hate speech.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

After a Staggering Rally, What's Next for Stocks?
A lot will depend on what companies have to say about how their businesses are faring. Many have skipped giving quarterly earnings guidance in recent months.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs: Live Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

The Real Lessons of Telfar, Kanye and the Gap
First came Gap x Telfar. Then came Yeezy Gap. Then came the outcry. But Telfar Clemens says everyone has it wrong.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Facebook Bans Network With ‘Boogaloo' Ties
The social network said it was designating the antigovernment movement as a dangerous organization.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Facebook to Ban Network With ‘Boogaloo' Ties
The social network said it was designating the antigovernment movement as a dangerous organization.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Airbus to Ax 15,000 Jobs: Live Business Updates
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Netflix Moves $100 Million in Deposits to Bolster Black Banks
The streaming giant will permanently shift a share of its cash to financial institutions that serve Black communities, allowing them to lend more.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Airbus to Cut 15,000 Jobs
The European aircraft giant said it didn't expect air travel to return to pre-virus levels till perhaps 2025.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

The Big Idea Netflix Has Launched to Support Black Communities
The streaming company will shift some of its $5 billion in cash to financial institutions that focus on black communities.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Live Stock Market Tracker: Mnuchin and Powell Talk Fed Response
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Adidas Executive Resigns as Turmoil at Company Continues
Karen Parkin oversaw human resources for the sports apparel giant, which has faced criticism from employees who say it fosters a racist and discriminatory workplace.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Reddit's Steve Huffman on Banning ‘The_Donald' Subreddit
Steve Huffman, Reddit's co-founder and chief executive, says new rule changes will help the company fulfill its mission.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

With Books and New Focus, Mellon Foundation to Foster Social Equity
The philanthropy's new focus on programs that promote social justice will include a plan to provide book collections for 1,000 prisons.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

The Paycheck Protection Program (P.P.P.) Is Ending, With Money Left Over
The program distributed forgivable loans to five million small businesses that could use the money to pay workers to stay home. But shifting rules blunted its effect.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

What Americans Need to Know About Europe's Travel Ban
The E.U. and other European countries will begin welcoming some nonessential travelers on July 1, but Americans will not be on the list, at least at first. Here, answers to travelers' questions.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Art Auction or Game Show? Sotheby's Tries Something New
With a "multicamera global livestream" in place of its usual New York sale, the auction house tried breathing life back into a pandemic-numbed market.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

India Bans TikTok of China, Tightening Digital Borders
Censorship and politics are fracturing the global internet, isolating users and industries accustomed to ignoring national borders.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Netflix Shifts Cash to Black-Owned Banks
The streaming giant will permanently shift a share of its cash to financial institutions that serve Black communities, allowing them to lend more.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

As Major League Soccer Expands, Teams Are Getting New Homes
Seven teams are building privately financed stadiums, a departure from the billions of public dollars spent on new arenas in other sports leagues.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

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

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

A Truce, Not a Peace Treaty: A Global Economic Body Warns of Risks
Tame markets do not mean the path back to prosperity will be seamless, warned the Bank for International Settlements, which supports the world's central banks.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

Netflix Moves $100 Million to Black-owned Banks
The streaming company will shift some of its $5 billion in cash to financial institutions that focus on black communities.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2020

China Passes Hong Kong Security Law With Sweeping Powers
The law, approved in Beijing with speed and secrecy and signed off by Xi Jinping, will tighten the Communist Party's grip on Hong Kong after last year's protests.

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