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Aug 21, 2019

Ride-Hailing Revolution Leaves Some People With Disabilities Behind
Disability rights advocates say transportation giants Lyft and Uber are not doing enough to ensure equal transportation access as required under federal law.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 21, 2019

News Brief: U.S. Economy, Iran Sanctions, Syria's Civil War
White House takes steps to stoke the economy. The U.S. says it will continue sanctions against Iran. And, Syrian government forces advance into a strategic town in the country's last rebel stronghold.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 21, 2019

Trump Mulls 2 Kinds Of Tax Cuts While Browbeating Fed About Interest Rates
The Trump administration is boasting that the economy is strong. But the administration is also calling for the kind of dramatic economic stimulus one would usually only consider during a recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 21, 2019

Employers Struggle With Hiring Undocumented Workers: 'You Cannot Hire American Here'
Unauthorized immigrants often do manual, low-paying jobs, and employers say they have no choice but to hire them. But the White House and advocates for lower immigration say the law is the law.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

U.S. Recycling Industry Is Struggling to Figure Out A Future Without China
China is no longer taking the world's waste. The U.S. recycling industry is overwhelmed — it can't keep up with the plastic being churned out. This doesn't bode well for our plastic waste problem.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

22 Texas Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack In 'New Front' Of Cyberassault
Investigators haven't identified who or what is behind the attack that took systems offline, but the Texas Department of Information Resources says the evidence points to "one single threat actor."

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

23 Texas Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack In 'New Front' Of Cyberassault
Investigators haven't identified who or what is behind the attack that took systems offline, but the Texas Department of Information Resources says the evidence points to "one single threat actor."

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

The Case For Summer Vacation
Economists have long criticized summer vacation as economically inefficient. But one has come to its defense.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

How China Uses Twitter And Facebook To Share Disinformation About Hong Kong
Russia gets most of the attention when it comes to malicious use of social media by state actors. The protests in Hong Kong have made clear China is using the same playbook.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 20, 2019

Cigarettes Can't Be Advertised On TV. Should Juul Ads Be Permitted?
Though tobacco ads have been banned from TV for about 50 years, the marketing of electronic cigarettes isn't constrained by the law. Public health advocates consider that a loophole that hurts kids.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

Business Roundtable Issues Statement On The Need To Help Deal With Income Inequality
A group of 181 CEOs have issued a statement proclaiming the need to help deal with income inequality and working conditions. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with New York Times reporter David Gelles.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

Trump Dismisses Recession Fears, Saying Fed Must Help The Economy
The Trump administration pushed back hard against warnings of an economic slowdown. But the president is also calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again to help boost growth.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

Trump Dismisses Recession Fears, Says Fed Must Help The Economy
The Trump administration pushed back hard against warnings of an economic slowdown. But the president is also calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again to help boost growth.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

The CBD Market Is Booming. What Do We Know About The Product?
I Can't Believe It's Not Weed!

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

U.S. Gives Huawei Another 90-Day Reprieve Amid Concerns Of Rural Service Disruptions
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the decision was made in part to minimize disruption in parts of America that rely heavily on Huawei's equipment to serve remote areas.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

President Trump Tries To Tamp Down Recession Fears
Some economic indicators suggest the U.S. could be approaching a recession — or a least a period of slower growth. The White House is downplaying fears of a slowdown as the 2020 election approaches.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

Tenants Pushed Out As Developers Buy Single-Room-Occupancy Properties
Single room occupancy housing, or SROs, have been a crucial place to live for low-income renters. The units are being threatened by developers looking for more profitable buildings.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 19, 2019

Trolled Online, Women In Politics Fight To Hold Big Tech Accountable In The U.K.
The move in Europe to get tough on tech is partly thanks to an awakening that began with the experiences of women in politics.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 18, 2019

Reddit's Alexis Ohanian On His Push For Paternity Leave
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian about his article in The New York Times advocating for increased paternity leave.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 18, 2019

Looking At The Economy's Health
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro what she's looking for as she gauges the health of the American economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2019

Barbershop: Jay-Z Partners With NFL
NPR's Michel Martin talks about the new partnership between the NFL and Jay-Z's Roc Nation with professor Chenjerai Kumanyika, political consultant Dru Ealons and NPR hip-hop writer Rodney Carmichael.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2019

Chicago's Underground Snow Cone Economy
On Chicago's West Side, from the first hot day of spring until the end of summer, snow cone and candy stands sprout up to form a sweet, underground summertime economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 17, 2019

Wall Street's Wild Week
Mixed economic signals have economists concerned about a recession, something President Trump is trying to factor into his reelection bid.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

Companies Look For Workarounds To Avoid Trump's Tariffs As Trade War Grinds On
As the trade war drags on, companies are beginning to make long-term adjustments. For some, that means hiring workers to redesign or reclassify products or seek new suppliers to sidestep import taxes.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

How The Manufacturing Slowdown Is Impacting U.S. Businesses
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Shawn Donnan of Bloomberg News about how the manufacturing slowdown is impacting business around the U.S. and what it means for President Trump's economic record.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

Used Clothing Offers Fresh Hope For 2 Struggling Department Stores
In their latest gasp for fresh ideas, Macy's and J.C. Penney made the same choice: A tie-up with ThredUp, the largest online store for second-hand clothes -- one of retail's fastest-growing segments.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

CEO Of Cathay Pacific Airways Resigns Amid Hong Kong Protests
Cathay's chairman says new leaders can "reset confidence." The resignation comes after anti-government protesters filled Hong Kong International Airport, and Beijing pressured the carrier.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

CEO Of Cathay Pacific Airways Resigns, Amid Hong Kong Protests
Cathay's chairman says new leaders can "reset confidence." The resignation comes after anti-government protesters filled Hong Kong International Airport, and Beijing pressured the carrier.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

News Brief: Trump Rally, Israel Controversy, Immigrant Workers
President Trump campaigns in New Hampshire. Israel bars two congresswomen from entering the country. And, U.S. employers say they have no choice but to rely on immigrants for low-paying jobs.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

Restaurant Owners Grapple With Hiring Undocumented Immigrants
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids at chicken processing plants in Mississippi last week raised an old debate: Who will do these jobs if not immigrant workers?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 16, 2019

Wall Street Appears Hungry For More Plant-Based Meat Alternatives
Veggie burgers, brats and sausages are becoming mainstays at places like Burger King and even Major League ball parks, piquing the interest of Wall Street investors.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Boeing Delays Launch Of Long-Haul Jet As 737 Max Crisis Remains The Focus
The news is of interest to travelers looking forward to the world's longest commercial flight from Sydney to London, which was expected to launch in 2023.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

What Economic Indicators Are Telling Us About A Potential Recession
The stock market paused to catch its breath on Thursday after a steep drop the day before. There are some warning signs of a recession ahead, but others suggest the economy is still resilient.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Creative Recruiting Helps Rural Hospitals Overcome Doctor Shortages
Recruiting doctors to come to work in rural hospitals has always been a challenge, especially in a hot job market. But some hospitals in remote areas are finding ways to lure much-needed talent.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Stock Markets Take A Breather After Steep Drop
Investors paused to catch their breath Thursday after the stock market suffered its worst drop of the year the day before. Consumer spending is still strong, despite signs of a looming recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

What An Inverted Yield Curve Could Mean For The U.S. Economy And Your Wallet
Why does it matter if a federal two-year bond's yield is greater than that of a 10-year bond?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Financial Markets Respond To Signs Of Global Economic Slowing
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, about what's behind recent domestic and international market instability, and how that could affect U.S. consumers.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Unequal Outcomes: Most ICE Detainees Held In Rural Areas Where Deportation Risks Soar
NPR's analysis of Immigration and Customs Enforcement data show 52% of detainees in the last year were held in rural areas, where legal representation is limited and deportation is more likely.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

VIDEO: Why Do Irish Pubs Work So Well? There's A Formula To It
Here's what Kazakhstan, Hong Kong and Ireland have in common: They all have Irish pubs. And a bunch of them are the product of one man: Mel McNally.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Asian, European Stocks Mixed After Recession Jitters Spark Sell-Off On Wall Street
World markets reacted to the Dow's 800-point drop on Wednesday and the release of economic data hinting that a global recession may be looming.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

How Movie Stars Control Their Macho Capital
Hollywood action stars like Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson are protecting their "toughness" by negotiating to prevent their characters from getting beaten up. They star in a Fast & Furious spinoff.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

News Brief: Recession Fears, Philly Standoff, Hong Kong Protests
The Dow tumbled 800 points on recession worries. Philadelphia police arrest gunman who shot 6 officers. Hong Kong protesters are pushing for more freedoms from China but there are signs of division.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 15, 2019

Swine Fever Is Killing Vast Numbers Of Pigs In China
The number of pigs in China is falling rapidly due to an epidemic of African Swine Fever. It's affecting farmers and consumers across the world, because China produces half of the world's pork.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein's Former Business Associate: I Want To Assist Victims
Steven Hoffenberg spent 18 years in prison for running a Ponzi scheme. He says his former business partner Jeffrey Epstein should have been there too.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

MIT Accused Of Costing Workers Millions In Cozy Deal With Financial Giant Fidelity
MIT allegedly stuck its employees with a retirement plan so bad it violated federal labor law, charging them millions of dollars in fees. A lawsuit says the university received millions in donations.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Graduate Students Are Increasingly Shouldering The Country's Student Debt
Graduate students are increasingly shouldering the country's student debt. NPR's The Indicator takes a look at how that came to pass and what it might mean for the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Dow Tumbles 800 Points As Bond Markets Signal Recession
Some worry a trade war is hurting the global economy, and the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell below 2-year Treasuries — which have a strong track record of predicting a recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Dow Tumbles More Than 600 Points As Bond Markets Signal Recession
Some worry a trade war is hurting the global economy, and the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell below 2-year Treasuries — which have a strong track record of predicting a recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Dow Tumbles Over 600 points As Bond Markets Signal Recession
Worries that trade war is hurting global economy and 10-year Treasuries yielding less than 2-year, signaling a recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Hong Kong Protests In Focus
The extradition proposal that sparked the protests has been shelved. Why have protests continued?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

In A $30 Billion Deal, Viacom And CBS Are Joining Forces
Viacom and CBS are merging to make an entertainment giant, but it will still be smaller than its competitors.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

News Brief: Hong Kong Protests, China Tariffs, Placido Domingo
Mainland China seems to be ramping up efforts against Hong Kong protesters. The U.S. is delaying some new tariffs against China. One of opera's most popular stars faces sexual misconduct allegations.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Trump Administration To Postpone Some China Tariffs
NPR's David Greene talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about U.S. plans to delay some new tariffs on Chinese imports until December.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 14, 2019

Senator Pushes Bill To Curb 'Exploitative And Addictive' Social Media Practices
The legislation by a freshman Republican senator would prohibit features like auto-play and infinite scrolling, used by social media companies to keep users on their platform longer.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Trump's New Tariff Target List: Flags In, Bibles Out, Frog Meat Delayed
The Trump administration tweaked its list of Chinese imports subject to a 10% tariff this fall. We found some surprises buried in the thousands of tariff line items.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Trump Administration Postpones Tariffs On Some Popular Chinese Imports
The Trump administration is postponing tariffs on some popular Chinese imports from Sept. 1 until Dec. 15. The move is a significant retreat in the trade war. Stocks rose on the news.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Viacom And CBS Agree To Merge In $30B Deal
Viacom Chief Executive Bob Backish is to oversee the new company, to be called ViacomCBS. The new chairwoman of the combined company is to be Shari Redstone, president of National Amusements.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

A Look At The Economic Costs Of The Protests In Hong Kong
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Daniel Ten Kate, a Hong Kong-based Asia editor for Bloomberg News, about the economic costs of the Hong Kong protests.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

'Kochland': How The Koch Brothers Changed U.S. Corporate And Political Power
In a new book, Christopher Leonard chronicles how Koch Industries acquired huge businesses, limited its liability and created a political influence network to remake the GOP.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Trump Administration Delays Some China Tariffs
The Trump administration is postponing some tariffs on Chinese imports set to take effect on Sept.1. Tariffs on laptops, cellphones, some clothing and other items are now set to begin Dec. 15.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Repentant Thief Regrets Swiping Heinz Ketchup
Someone in New Jersey confessed to stealing ketchup. But the thief wrote that bad luck followed — including a car crash. Heinz offered to pay for repairs if the thief comes forward.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

'Kochland' Explores How The Famous Brother Duo Made Their Money
The Koch brothers' wide-ranging influence is no secret. But rather than focusing on how they spend their money, Christopher Leonard presents a richly reported tale of how they got it.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

'Kochland' Explores The Money Stream Of The Famous Brother Duo
The Koch brothers' wide-ranging influence is no secret. But rather than focusing on how they spend their money, Christopher Leonard presents a richly reported tale of how they make it.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Is Our Economy In The Upside Down?
Ten years after the financial crisis, it's like we're in another economic dimension. The old rules don't apply. Textbooks are being thrown out the window. It's time to talk about secular stagnation.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Markets In Argentina Plunge After Poor Primary Showing For Incumbent President
Investors feared that the country could default on its $57 billion IMF loan if President Mauricio Macri loses October elections to his leftist rival.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

Energy Boom That Trump Celebrates Began Years Before He Took Office
President Trump tours a Pennsylvania petrochemical plant Tuesday to highlight the U.S. energy boom. Trump claims credit for surging oil and gas production, but the trend began before he took office.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 13, 2019

U.S. Makes Another Move To Shut Out Huawei
On Tuesday, the government enacts a new ban on Huawei — preventing agencies from using federal money from buying services or equipment from the Chinese company.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 12, 2019

With So Many Startups Growing Into Unicorns, Can They Still Be Magical?
Six years ago, "unicorn" became the name for startup tech companies valued at $1 billion or more. At the time, only 39 companies had earned the title. Since then, the club has grown to 484 members.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2019

Shopping After A Mass Shooting
Texas is holding a sales tax holiday this weekend to help draw shoppers. But will they come out in El Paso, the scene of last week's mass shooting?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2019

A U.S.-China Currency War? What You Need To Know
After China let its yuan drop in value, the U.S. accused the country of being a "currency manipulator." Here is how China manages its money and what a dispute with the U.S. could mean.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 11, 2019

Cash Back Guarantee: The U.S. Redeems Damaged Bills Because The Dollar Depends On It
The Treasury reviews some 24,000 cases a year and reimburses around $30 million to people whose money has burn burned, flooded or otherwise damaged. This service helps underpin the dollar's integrity.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2019

Ex-Google Employee Leaves Company With Some Parental Policy Advice
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Cristina Tcheyan about her decision to leave her job at Google to raise her children — and how companies can be more supportive of working parents.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2019

ICE Raids Hit Poultry Processing Plants That Rely On Latino Immigrant Labor
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with anthropologist Angela Stuesse about the use of immigrant labor in poultry farms in the South.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 10, 2019

The Swaying Power Of Scented Spaces Isn't Always Right Under Our Nose
Can you lift the mood of a public space with a fragrance? Smell and taste researcher Dr. Alan Hirsch talks with NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer about the practice and its effects on mood and behavior.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

Chicken Plants See Little Fallout From Immigration Raids
The Trump administration says its crackdown helps discourage illegal immigration. But workers' advocates warn it leaves vulnerable employees open to exploitation and unsafe working conditions.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

A Look At The E-Verify Program And Its Blind Spots
At least four of the poultry processing plants ICE raided this week claimed to use E-Verify to vet workers. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with economist Madeline Zavodny about how well E-Verify's works.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

How Much Worse Can U.S.-China Trade Relations Get?
The Chinese government is trying to respond to President Trump's tariffs with measures of its own, but Beijing has its own pressures that might make a longterm strategy difficult to maintain.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

U.K. Economy Shrinks, Taking A Step Toward Recession For First Time Since 2012
If the U.K. sees similar negative growth in the current quarter, the country will officially be deemed to be in a recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

Walmart Bans Violent Imagery, But Not Gun Sales
Following shootings at two store locations, Walmart said in an internal memo it would take down all imagery and stop playing videos that depicted violence.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 09, 2019

SoulCycle Owner, Trump Donors Face Public Shaming
Opponents of President Trump are increasing public pressure on those who contribute to the Trump reelection campaign. One major Trump donor faces a call for a boycott of a business he owns, SoulCycle.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2019

Users Can Sue Facebook Over Facial Recognition Software, Court Rules
A federal court said Facebook users in Illinois can sue the company over face recognition technology. Facebook said users can choose to turn off the feature. It plans to seek a review of the ruling.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2019

'Conspiracyland' Debunks Theories About Murder Of DNC Staffer Seth Rich
Journalist Michael Isikoff hosts a new podcast exploring the motivation and methods of those who promoted wild conspiracy theories about Rich, who was killed in a suspected failed robbery in 2016.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2019

Government Deadline Approaches To Ban Chinese-Made Surveillance Cameras
There are thousands of Chinese-made surveillance cameras in government buildings across the United States. Congress is banning them Aug. 13, but it's unclear how that will be carried out.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2019

No Rules In The Parking Lot
A vigilante in a strip mall parking lot in Salt Lake City is causing problems that reveal the Wild West nature of parking lot rules. And how to exploit them for profit.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 08, 2019

Why Competition Hasn't Brought Down The High Price Of Snakebite Treatment
The snakebite antivenin CroFab, on the U.S. market since 2000, now faces competition from a drug called Anavip. But both are expensive. "Perverse incentives" keep prices high, says one legal scholar.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

FedEx Is Breaking Up With Amazon, Ending Ground-Shipping Contract
Federal Express is increasingly seeing Amazon as a competitor in the shipping business. FedEx announced Wednesday that it is ending its ground-shipping contract with Amazon.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

Trump's Tariff Bounty: How Much The U.S. Has Brought In And Where The Money Is Going
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Wall Street Journal economics correspondent Josh Zumbrun about how much money President Trump's tariffs have brought the U.S. treasury and where it's going.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

Deepening Fears About The Global Economy Send Stocks Falling Again
Stocks resumed their slide, amid escalating fears that the U.S.-China trade war will further damage a worldwide economy that's already slowing. Central banks in Asia and New Zealand cut rates.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

Stocks Come Back After Another Wild Day On Wall Street
Stocks slid early on, amid escalating fears that the U.S.-China trade war will further damage a worldwide economy that's already slowing. But the market recovered by day's end.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

The US-China Trade War And You
The U.S. Treasury Department has labeled China a currency manipulator. What does that mean, and how might American businesses and consumers be affected?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

Big Chill With China Takes Its Toll On Flow Of Money, People And Ideas
As tensions deepen, the flow of tourists, students, researchers and entrepreneurs has slowed between the U.S. and China.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 07, 2019

'Drive-Thru Dreams' Explores America's Love-Hate Relationship With Fast Food
Americans have a torturous relationship with fast food. We vilify it but also view it with a nostalgic lens. A new book explores this complicated yet seemingly unshakable bond.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

U.S.-China Trade War Spreads From Tariffs To A Battle Over Currencies
China's currency and the U.S. stock market stabilized Tuesday, after a dramatic drop the day before. Experts say the Trump administration was wrong to accuse China of currency manipulation.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

Less Sex, Fewer Babies: Blame The Internet And Career Priorities
America's birthrate continues to decline and young people are having less sex, amid career pressures and a confusing online dating scene. The declining fertility rate raises alarms for the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

Rising Tensions Between The U.S. And China Go Beyond Trade Dispute
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Robert Daly, director of the Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, about downward trends in the U.S.-China relationship that go beyond trade.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

Man Accused Of Bribing AT&T Employees In Conspiracy To Unlock Millions Of Phones
U.S. officials say the Pakistani man committed the crimes as part of a business to unlock and resell stolen phones. At least three AT&T employees accused in the case are cooperating with authorities.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

NPR Announces Newsroom Job Cuts Amid Restructuring
NPR's newsroom is reducing some jobs as part of a restructuring move that is also adding positions in other areas, NPR's editorial chief announced Tuesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 06, 2019

If Our Economy Is So Great, Why Did The Fed Vote To Juice It?
Last week, the Fed voted to cut interest rates despite a decade of economic growth and low unemployment. Interest rates are already super low. What's going on?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 05, 2019

Treasury Declares China A 'Currency Manipulator,' Escalating Trade War
The Trump administration made the declaration after Beijing allowed its currency to drop sharply. China's move triggered a sell-off on Wall Street.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 05, 2019

Gun Control Advocates Call For Big Box Stores To Stop Selling Guns And Ammunition
Recent mass shootings have renewed pressure on retailers that sell guns, including Walmart. Gun control advocates are once again calling for big box stores to stop selling guns and ammunition.

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