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May 23, 2019

Facebook Removed Nearly 3.2 Billion Fake Accounts In Last Six Months
Nearly all the phony accounts were caught by artificial intelligence and a boost in human monitoring. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said breaking up the company would make purging abusive accounts harder.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Facebook Removed Nearly 3.4 Billion Fake Accounts In Last Six Months
Nearly all the phony accounts were caught by artificial intelligence and a boost in human monitoring. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said breaking up the company would make purging abusive accounts harder.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

A Look At The Economics Of Ending A Pregnancy
More states have adopted new restrictions on abortion in hopes the Supreme Court will revisit Roe vs. Wade. That could have profound effects on the economic prospects for women seeking abortions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Abortion Limits Carry Economic Cost For Women
More states have adopted new restrictions on abortion in hopes the Supreme Court will revisit Roe v. Wade. That could have profound effects on the economic prospects for women seeking abortions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

6 Years After Japan Launched Its 'Womenomics' Policy Is It Working?
Women have long been an untapped economic resource in Japan. Six years ago Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided to change that by introducing a policy of "womenomics."

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Former Inmates Are Getting Jobs As Employers Ignore Stigma In Bright Economy
People convicted of felonies often have difficulties getting hired. But many employers say they're suffering a labor shortage, and attitudes toward hiring people with criminal records are changing.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

In This Town, You Apply For A Job And You Get It
Ames, Iowa, has an unemployment rate of 1.5%, making it the tightest job market in the country. That's great for workers — but a challenge for those looking for them.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

A Decade Ago, Suicides Rocked A French Telecom Firm. Now Its Execs Stand Trial
Prosecutors accuse former executives and managers at France Télécom of "moral harassment" or complicity during a major restructuring.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Global Aviation Regulators Meet To Consider Timetable For Boeing's 737 Max
Global aviation safety officials are meeting in Fort Worth to discuss how they will certify Boeing's 737 Max as airworthy and how soon the troubled plane can fly again.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

To Reduce Food Waste, FDA Urges 'Best If Used By' Date Labels
Confusion over whether a food is still safe to eat after its "sell by" or "use before" date accounts for about 20% of food waste in U.S. homes, the FDA says. The new wording aims to clear that up.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

White House To Announce $16 Billion In Aid To Farmers Hurt By Trade War With China
The agricultural sector has been hit hard by the U.S. trade conflict with China. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says some of the money will be used to build markets elsewhere.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

White House Announces $16 Billion In Aid To Farmers Hurt By China Trade Dispute
The U.S. agricultural sector has been hit hard by the trade conflict with China. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says some of the aid money will be used to build markets elsewhere.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

McDonald's Protests Over Sexual Harassment Grow As Shareholders Meet
Protests against alleged sexual harassment of McDonald's employees are planned for 13 cities Thursday. And Democratic presidential hopefuls are targeting the company's shareholder meeting in Dallas.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Protests Over Sexual Harassment At McDonald's Grow As Shareholders Meet
Protesting workers were joined by Democratic presidential hopefuls in some of the 13 cities where employees staged rallies against low pay and the company's handling of alleged sexual harassment.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

As Employment Rises, African American Transplants Ride Jobs Wave To The South
At a time of low unemployment for African Americans, educated, well-connected professionals are starting new lives in cities such as Charlotte, N.C.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

White House May Blacklist Chinese Surveillance Firm, 'New York Times' Reports
The Trump administration is considering limiting Chinese surveillance company Hikvision's ability to buy American technology, according to reporting from "The New York Times."

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Why Banning Plastic Grocery Bags Could Be A Bad Move
Plastic bags are not biodegradable and can do great harms to wildlife. Cities and states across the country are banning plastic bags, but those bans may be having unintended consequences.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Trump Loses Another Bid To Prevent Congress From Seeing His Financials
A federal judge in New York has rebuffed President Trump's request to block Deutsche Bank, his longtime bank, from handing over financial records to two House committees.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Says New $20 Bill Won't Come Out Until 2018
The Treasury secretary confirmed Wednesday that an Obama-era plan to put the image of anti-slavery campaigner Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, would not be enacted during the Trump administration.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Says New $20 Bill Won't Come Out Until 2028
Steven Mnuchin confirmed Wednesday that an Obama-era plan to put the image of anti-slavery campaigner Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, would not be enacted during the Trump administration.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

U.S. May Blacklist Chinese Surveillance Firm, 'New York Times' Reports
The Trump administration is considering limiting Chinese surveillance company Hikvision's ability to buy American technology, according to reporting from The New York Times.

NPR Topics: Business
May 23, 2019

Finding New Opportunity For Old Coal-Fired Power Plant Sites
Coal-fired power plants keep closing and communities around the country must decide what to do with those sites. Pennsylvania has a plan, aiming to create new jobs where the old ones have been lost.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Lawyer Who Handled Sept. 11 Victims Fund To Mediate Talks Between Bayer, Plaintiffs
Kenneth Feinberg has been tapped to facilitate talks between the company's lawyers and plaintiffs' representatives over the next two weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Kenneth Feinberg To Mediate Roundup Settlement Talks Between Bayer And Plaintiffs
The prominent attorney has been tapped to facilitate talks between the company's lawyers and plaintiffs' representatives over the next two weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Harriet Tubman On The $20 Bill? Not During The Trump Administration
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin ruled out any changes to the U.S. currency imagery before 2028.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Many Are Replacing Disability Checks With Paychecks
The nation's disability rolls swelled during the Great Recession. But more disabled people are now finding work, and employers are more willing to make allowances, thanks to the tight job market.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

McDonald's Corp. Faces New Allegations Of Sexual Harassment
Twenty-five new sexual harassment charges and lawsuits have been announced against McDonald's. NPR's Noel King talks to Sharyn Tejani, director of the TIME'S Up Legal Defense Fund.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Border Crisis Will Impact Airports, TSA Employees' Union Says
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jacque Simon of the American Federation of Government Employees, the union that represents TSA employees, about plans to use TSA resources to respond to the border crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

Collateral Damage Of The Trade War, Farmers Want Chinese Market Reopened
American farmers rely heavily on selling their goods overseas. As the trade war heats up again, many Midwest soybean farmers have huge surpluses and are receiving government aid.

NPR Topics: Business
May 22, 2019

After 7-Year Battle, Amazon Nears Victory In Domain Name Dispute
Retail giant Amazon has moved closer to winning the rights to an Internet domain name after years of opposition from several countries in the Amazon basin, including Brazil and Peru.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

McDonald's Facing New Charges Of Sexual Harassment
The incidents are alleged to have occurred at corporate and franchise stores in 20 cities. The company promises more training for employees and managers on its anti-harassment policy.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

U.S. Postal Service Is Testing Self-Driving Trucks
The two-week pilot program will put five autonomous semi-trucks on the road, making the journey between Phoenix and Dallas.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

U.S. Postal Service Tests Self-Driving Trucks
The two-week pilot program will put five autonomous semitrucks on the road, making the journey between Phoenix and Dallas.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Boeing Faces A Major Challenge In Regaining The Public's Trust
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with OutVox crisis expert Tony Keller about Boeing's long, expensive path to rebuilding consumer trust.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind
Business leaders worry that tough laws against undocumented workers will discourage legal immigrants from coming to the state to work. Iowa's low jobless rate has left businesses struggling to hire.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

A Look At How To Ride Out Stock Market Storms
Escalating trade wars and volatile markets cause some investors to make hasty decisions that can lead to financially damaging decisions. But there are ways to ride out stock market storms.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Shoe Retailers Warn Trump That Proposed Tariffs Would Have 'Catastrophic' Effect
Nike, Adidas and other shoe brands told President Trump that proposed tariffs China imports would have a "catastrophic" effect on Americans. This is the latest in the escalating trade war with China.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

CBS News Places Gayle King Front And Center In Revamp
CBS's Gayle King is having a moment at a time of scandals and ratings struggles at the network. She has emerged with a hefty new contract and a new team as the new CBS This Morning debuted Monday.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Dressbarn, Women's Clothing Chain, To Close All Stores
The company's CFO, Steven Taylor, called it a difficult decision but said the "chain has not been operating at an acceptable level of profitability in today's retail environment."

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

'The Economy Is Slipping': China's Slowdown Hits Former Boomtown
Car production is shrinking in China's Chongqing, and auto workers struggle to transition.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Teens Who Don't Buckle Up: Chevy Has A Surprise For You
A new feature in some 2020 models will kick in if "Teen Driver" mode is on. If a driver turns on the car without wearing a seat belt, the car will temporarily refuse to shift out of park .

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

My Driveway, My Rules: Some Chevys Won't Go (Temporarily) Until Teen Drivers Buckle Up
A new feature in some 2020 models will kick in if "Teen Driver" mode is on. If a driver turns on the car without wearing a seat belt, the car will temporarily refuse to shift out of park .

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Grounded Planes Expected To Interfere With Summer Travel
The grounding of one of Boeing's most popular planes has Southwest, American and United canceling some summer flights — fares may go up for travelers affected.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

More Tariffs On China, More Head Scratching From Economists
The evidence is clear: tariffs are a tax on consumers. At best they're "a really inefficient jobs-creation program," according to a leading scholar. Who wins in a trade war? If anyone, only bystanders

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Ransomware Cyberattacks On Baltimore Put City Services Offline
Baltimore is just the latest municipality hit with a ransomware attack. Residents can't use the city servers they need to purchase homes, pay online bills or email city workers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

2-Tiered Wages Under Fire: Workers Challenge Unequal Pay For Equal Work
For years after the Great Recession, employers were reluctant to boost wages. Now a tight labor market is giving workers the leverage they need to demand a larger slice of the nation's economic pie.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

The U.S. Ratchets Up Sanctions On Iran And North Korea
The United States' financial system dominates transactions around the world and firms scramble to make sure they don't violate newly imposed sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Ransomware Cyberattacks Knock Baltimore's City Services Offline
Baltimore is just the latest municipality hit with a ransomware attack. Residents can't use the city servers they need to purchase homes, pay online bills or email city workers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

News Brief: Migrant Death, Huawei Ban, Iran Sanctions
A fifth migrant minor dies in U.S. custody. The White House eases a ban on Chinese company Huawei. And the U.S. tracks deals with Iran after it reimposed secondary sanctions against the country.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

U.S. Ban On Huawei Eased After Technology Stocks Drop
The Trump administration backed off an order to U.S. firms to stop doing business with the Chinese company Huawei. Chipmakers raised concerns that the ban would harm U.S. competitiveness globally.

NPR Topics: Business
May 21, 2019

Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health Care
A new poll from NPR, Harvard and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation gives a glimpse into rural life in America today, finding that many people living in rural communities live on the edge financially.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Top Reason For CEO Departures Among Largest Companies Is Now Misconduct, Study Finds
Nearly 40% of the 89 CEOs who departed in 2018 left for reasons related to unethical behavior brought on from allegations of sexual misconduct or other types of ethical lapses

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Lessons For Today From The U.S.-Japan Trade War Of The 1980s
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with political science professor Kristin Vekasi about comparisons between the U.S. trade conflict with Japan in the '80s and Trump's current conflict with China.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

FCC Chairman Endorses T-Mobile Merger With Sprint
"This is a unique opportunity to speed up the deployment of 5G throughout the United States and bring much faster mobile broadband to rural Americans," said chairman Ajit Pai.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

If The Boeing 737 Max Returns To The Skies, Will You Fly On It? Tell Us
NPR would like to hear from people who are considering whether to fly on Boeing's 737 Max if it gets approved by the FAA to return to operation.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Hot Job Market Is Wooing Women Into Workforce Faster Than Men
Over the past three years, women returned to the workforce at more than double the rate of men. Growth in industries that rely on women and heavy recruitment of women might help explain why.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Ford Slashes 10% Of Its Global Salaried Workforce
About 7,000 white-collar jobs are being eliminated as part of Ford's massive organizational restructuring. The automaker says it will save $600 million per year as a result.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

After Trump Ban, Huawei Phones Will Lose Access To Google Software
Alphabet's Google, which makes the Android operating system, says it's complying with a U.S. order banning companies from doing business with Huawei.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Trump Administration Eases Ban on Huawei After Technology Stocks Tumble
Alphabet's Google, which makes the Android operating system, had announced it would stop doing business with the Chinese company in compliance with a U.S. order.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

Gayle King Is Front And Center After 'CBS This Morning' Revamp
CBS' Gayle King is having a moment at a time of scandals and ratings struggles at the network. She's emerged with a hefty new contract and a new team as the new CBS This Morning debuts Monday.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

In Trump's Trade War, Americans Will Be Asked To Show Economic Patriotism
Americans like trade, in bigger numbers than ever. But they also believe China doesn't play fair in trade.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

San Francisco Maneuvers To Buy Local Grid Owned By PG&E
San Francisco wants a divorce from its bankrupt utility PG&E. The city wants to set up its own municipal utility and is looking at cities that have tried it in the past — such as Boulder, Colo.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

News Brief: Abortion Issue Full Employment, 'Game Of Thrones'
Abortion has become a hot topic heading into the 2020 presidential election. The U.S. is nearly full employment, but what does that mean? And, HBO's "Game of Thrones" has aired its final episode.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

News Brief: Abortion Issue, Full Employment, 'Game Of Thrones'
Abortion has become a hot topic heading into the 2020 presidential election. The U.S. is near full employment, but what does that mean? And, HBO's Game of Thrones has aired its final episode.

NPR Topics: Business
May 20, 2019

America Is In Full Employment, So Why Aren't We Celebrating?
U.S. unemployment is at a nearly 50-year low. The jobless rate for Hispanics has never been lower. The past two years have been the best job market ever for African Americans. Shouldn't we be excited?

NPR Topics: Business
May 19, 2019

Companies That Rely On Census Data Worry Citizenship Question Will Hurt
Lyft and Univision are among the critics of the citizenship question the Trump administration wants on the 2020 census. The businesses say it could harm the national head count and their bottom line.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2019

For One U.S. Bike-Maker, Tariffs Are A Mixed Bag
Detroit Bikes, a rare domestic maker of bicycles, could see business increase as a result of increased U.S. tariffs on Chinese bikes. But imported parts it relies on are also subject to higher taxes.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

WATCH: The Escalating Trade War With China
The escalating trade war between the U.S. and China may be painful for American consumers and companies but Trump's supporters say the battle is long overdue.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

Have We Reached Peak Streaming Service Fatigue?
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Edmund Lee of The New York Times about Disney's acquisition of Hulu, and what it means for streaming services.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

Experts Talk Best Practices For Facial Recognition Technology
San Francisco's move to ban facial recognition software has worried the industry, which would prefer regulation. But what should regulation look like? We talk to the experts on both sides.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

U.S. Agrees To Drop Steel, Aluminum Tariffs On Mexico And Canada
The tariffs had been a source of great tension between the U.S. and its two neighbors, who imposed retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exporters.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

U.S. Targets Huawei Amid Trade Talks With China
The Trump administration's blacklisting of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei could disrupt the company's supply, and slow down the rollout of global 5G networks.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

U.S. To Lift Tariffs On Steel And Aluminum From Canada
The Trump administration has reached a deal to lift tariffs on steel and other metal imports from Canada, in a move that could put the two nations a step closer to ratifying the USMCA trade pact.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

U.S. Will Lift Tariffs On Steel And Aluminum From Canada And Mexico
The Trump administration has reached a deal to lift tariffs on metal imports from Canada and Mexico, in a move that could make it easier to ratify the USMCA trade pact.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

To Improve Health, Cut Costs, Walmart Pushes For Better Medical Imaging For Workers
To cut down on unnecessary procedures — and health costs — Walmart is pushing its workers to get more accurate diagnoses by using diagnostic imaging centers known for high quality, not low price.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

Trump Delays Auto Tariffs For 6 Months
The Trump administration announced Friday that it will delay tariffs on cars and auto parts imports while it negotiates trade deals with Japan and the European Union.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

China's Luckin Coffee Tries To Conquer A Nation Of Tea Drinkers
In just three years, the Chinese brand has opened 2,300 stores — second in China only to Starbucks. The company goes public on Nasdaq on Friday. And ... it's losing millions.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

Boeing Moves A Step Closer To Resolving 737 Max Problems
Boeing says it has completed development of a software fix for its trouble 737 Max planes, addressing a flight control system that investigators have implicated in two recent deadly crashes.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2019

News Brief: Russia Probe, Immigration Overhaul, Rural Hospital Closes
A federal judge orders the government to release more about the Russia probe. Trump calls for an overhaul of how the U.S. handles legal immigration. A Kansas town grapples with its hospital's closure.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

U.S. Move To Isolate Huawei Sends Ripples Through Global Supply Chain
The Trump administration's crackdown on the Chinese telecom giant would cut it off from a vital supply of U.S.-made components. It will also force allies to decide on the 5G futures.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

Trump Administration Wants To Cut Funding For Public Housing Repairs
Public housing officials estimate that it would cost $50 billion to fix up buildings that have fallen into disrepair nationwide. The Trump administration is calling for more private investment.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

Jeff Koons 'Rabbit' Fetches $91 Million, Auction Record For Work By Living Artist
Robert Mnuchin, an art dealer and the father of the Treasury Secretary, bought the sculpture for a client. Some art collectors consider the silver bunny to be the holy grail of Koons works.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

Jeff Koons' 'Rabbit' Fetches $91 Million, Auction Record For Work By A Living Artist
Robert Mnuchin, an art dealer and the father of the Treasury Secretary, bought the sculpture for a client. Some art collectors consider the silver bunny to be the holy grail of Koons works.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

Lawmakers On Capitol Hill Had Sharp Questions For FAA Officials
Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration were on Capitol Hill Wednesday answering questions about the troubled Boeing 737 Max. The now-grounded planes have crashed twice.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

TV Networks Court Advertisers At This Year's Upfronts
The Upfronts are a yearly presentation by broadcast and cable networks to advertisers. Despite the media coverage of streaming services like Netflix, broadcast networks are still huge profit centers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

U.S. Telecommunications Networks Barred From Using Foreign Suppliers
Trump signed an executive order restricting technology and services of foreign adversaries. It appears to be aimed at banning a Chinese telecommunications company's equipment from U.S. networks.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

House Panel Has Sharp Questions For FAA Officials About Boeing 737 Max
Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration were on Capitol Hill Wednesday answering questions about the troubled Boeing 737 Max. The now-grounded planes have crashed twice.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

PG&E Transmission Lines Caused California Camp Fire, Investigators Say
Fire investigators say electrical transmission lines owned and operated by utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric caused last fall's Camp Fire — the deadliest wildfire in California history.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

News Brief: Immigration Plan, U.S.-Iran Relations, Student Loan Probe
Trump to unveil a new immigration plan. Tension rises between the U.S. and Iran. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the Education Department blocks efforts to police student loan industry.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

CFPB Chief Says Education Department Is Blocking Student Loan Oversight
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Kathy Kraninger says the department is getting in the way of efforts to police the student loan industry. The revelation comes in a letter obtained by NPR.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2019

Trump Takes Aim At Huawei, Paves Way For Ban Of Foreign Telecom Equipment
Amid rising trade tensions, President Trump is moving against Chinese telecom firms that the administration says can exploit vulnerabilities in communications and information technology.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Uber Drivers Are Not Employees, National Relations Board Rules. Drivers Saw It Coming
While the ruling may be disappointing for drivers, driver groups say they are not daunted. They will continue to pursue policies to regulate working conditions at the state and municipal levels.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

FCC Wants Phone Companies To Start Blocking Robocalls By Default
"The American people are fed up with illegal robocalls," FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said. "And we believe that we need to make it easier for phone companies to block these robocalls."

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Tariff Waivers Let U.S. Government Pick Winners And Losers
President Trump suggests U.S. firms hurt by tariffs on Chinese goods can apply for a waiver. The Commerce Department is already dealing with thousands of exclusion requests for earlier tariffs.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Auto Industry Waits (And Waits) To See If Trump Will Slap New Tariffs On Cars
President Trump's tariff tit-for-tat with China is not the only trade tension in town. The White House is weighing the possibility of tariffs on cars and car parts from Europe and Japan.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Auto Industry Waits (And Waits) To See Whether Trump Will Slap New Tariffs On Cars
President Trump's tariff tit-for-tat with China is not the only trade tension in town. The White House is weighing the possibility of tariffs on cars and car parts from Europe and Japan.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Farmers Must Give Trump Latitude To Make Trade Deals, Gov. Parson Says
NPR's Noel King talks to Missouri's GOP Gov. Mike Parson about the impact of the trade war on agriculture, which is his state's largest industry. Trump eyes another round of bailouts for farmers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

New Zealand's Ardern Calls On Social Media Companies To Stem Terrorist Content
Facebook said Tuesday that it would implement a "one-strike" policy that would prevent users who have violated the site's standards from using its live streaming platform.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

To Combat Generic Drugs' High Prices, Civica RX To Make 2 Antibiotics
Civica, a non-profit drug company, was founded last year by a hospital executive tired of short supplies and high prices for generic drugs. Civica has announced the first drugs it will be making.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2019

Latest Housing Boom Sparks Big Question: When Will It End?
Since 2012, home prices have risen 50 percent. Some economists call it the third housing boom in America. It's pure supply and demand but it has some people worried.

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