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Oct 18, 2021

Behind-the-scenes workers in Hollywood avert a strike
Crew members in the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reached a deal. A strike would have shut down much of the film and TV production across the country.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2021

The consequences of when a hedge fund buys newspapers
NPR's A Martínez talks to McKay Coppins of The Atlantic about how a hedge fund, Alden Global Capital, is buying and then gutting newspapers — and the implications for democracy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2021

What's at stake as Biden decides whether to stick with Jerome Powell as Fed chief
President Biden has a big decision to make: Whether to reappoint Jerome Powell to a second term as Federal Reserve chairman or choose someone else for one of the world's most powerful economic jobs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2021

China's economic growth weakens amid construction slowdown
The world's second-largest economy grew by a weaker-than-expected 4.9% over a year ago in the three months ending in September, down from the previous quarter's 7.9%, government data showed on Monday.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2021

How supply chain disruptions are affecting Columbia Sportswear's business
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Columbia Sportswear CEO Tim Boyle about how recent supply chain issues have challenged his company.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2021

IATSE vice president believes tentative deal will be 'overwhelmingly ratified'
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Michael Miller, of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, about a deal they struck with Hollywood studios, averting the threat of a labor strike.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2021

Supply chain problems? Have no fear, we've got DIY Halloween costume ideas
Halloween is two weeks away. With popular costumes sold out or on back order, there's a chance you'll have to make your own. Here are some tips on how to get started.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2021

Minnesota based moccasin company apologizes for profiting off Native American culture
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with artist Adrienne Benjamin about her new role as "reconciliation advisor" to Minnetonka Moccasins, following the company's apology for appropriating Native culture.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2021

The pandemic could be leading to a golden age for unions
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Celine McNicholas, of the Economic Policy Institute, about how unions are regaining strength in the pandemic economy, where worker shortages are a real concern.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2021

Why the Salesforce CEO wants to redefine capitalism by pushing for social change
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is an evangelist for stakeholder capitalism - the belief that companies should be driven by more than profits: They should also take care of the broader social good.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2021

A chef and restaurant owner finds his passion making furniture during the pandemic
Nicholas van Eck of Portland, Ore., was a chef and co-owned a restaurant before the pandemic. A break in his work made him realize he needed a career change. He shares how he came to that decision.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2021

Marc Benioff shows that CEOs can go beyond profit and champion for social justice
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has become the poster child of a new generation of corporate executives willing to leverage their status to wade into high-profile social issues.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2021

High schoolers are training to drive 18-wheelers amid a shortage of truck drivers
The trucking industry is short 68,000 drivers. By 2028, industry officials fear the number could jump to more than 100,000. A California high school allows seniors to learn trucking skills.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2021

A two-tier wage system roiled the auto industry. Workers today say no way
Nurses at Kaiser Permanente and cereal workers at Kellogg are among those protesting their companies' proposals for a two-tier wage system under which new hires would earn less for the same work.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

Katie Couric's ethics are questioned for concealing Justice Ginsburg's comments
Journalist Katie Couric admits that she decided not to report some comments by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, raising questions about Couric's track record when it comes to journalism ethics.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

More than 10,000 factory workers for farm equipment maker John Deere are on strike
More than 10,000 workers for John Deere, one of the nation's largest makers of farm and construction equipment, are on strike as the the company is seeing record profits, and U.S. unions flex power.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

'Sprinklegate' sinks a U.K. bakery's top sellers after topping is found to be illegal
"It is HIGHLY unlikely that we will find any legal sprinkles that we will use as a replacement," says Rich Myers, owner of the Get Baked bakery in Leeds. "I am extremely passionate about sprinkles."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

Apple fires #AppleToo leader as part of leak probe. She says it's retaliation.
Janneke Parrish says she was fired from Apple as part of an investigation tracing the source of leaks to the press. She co-led the #AppleToo movement, part of growing labor unrest in Silicon Valley.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

Apple fires #AppleToo leader as part of leak probe. She says it's retaliation
Janneke Parrish says she was fired from Apple as part of an investigation tracing the source of leaks to the press. She co-led the #AppleToo movement, part of growing labor unrest in Silicon Valley.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2021

An FDA panel of experts backs J&J COVID vaccine booster
A panel of experts voted to recommend that the Food and Drug Administration authorize a booster dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine at least two months after the first shot.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

A former Boeing test pilot has been indicted in connection with the 737 Max
Mark Forkner is charged with deceiving safety regulators who were evaluating the plane, which was later involved in two deadly crashes.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

A Boeing test pilot has been indicted in connection with the 737 Max
Mark Forkner is charged with deceiving safety regulators who were evaluating the plane, which was later involved in two deadly crashes.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

The California oil spill was about 25,000 gallons — one-fifth what officials feared
The leak was previously estimated to be at least 25,000 gallons and no more than 132,000 gallons. The Coast Guard now says it was closer to the lower figure.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

A half-shredded Banksy piece is auctioned for $25.4 million, a record for the artist
"Love is in the Bin" made history when it was created during a 2018 auction. The crowd back then was shocked when a shredder activated as soon as the sale was complete, partly shredding the piece.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

'Striketober' is here, with workers increasingly vocal about what they want
In industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to entertainment, workers across the country are willing to strike for better wages and working conditions.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

A Missouri newspaper told the state about a security risk. Now it faces prosecution
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says it alerted officials to a security flaw on a state website. Gov. Mike Parson described it as a hack and opened an investigation that could cost taxpayers $50 million.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Floods threaten to shut down a quarter of U.S. roads and critical buildings
A new report says floods could shut down a quarter of the country's critical facilities like airports, hospitals, government buildings, and schools — and the roads that take you there.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Among the country's supply chain problems? Bottlenecking at ports like Long Beach
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Mario Cordero, the executive director for the Port of Long Beach, about the bottleneck at ports.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Microsoft to end LinkedIn in China due to 'challenging' environment
Microsoft says it's pulling the plug on LinkedIn in China. The decision concludes a seven-year run, at the end of which it became too tough an environment for the networking service to keep operating.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Airline pilots push back on vaccine mandates
Most airlines now require employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but some pilots at American and Southwest are fighting the mandate, claiming potential career-ending vaccine side effects.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

The 'Pandora Papers' expose the secret financial dealings of the global elite
Greg Miller of The Washington Post is part of the team that sifted through millions of documents to reveal how dictators, oligarchs, drug dealers and others hide assets in secret accounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Texas lawmakers weigh a bill to let workers sue employers over COVID vaccine mandates
The legislation would give workers legal grounds to refuse COVID-19 vaccine mandates for "reasons of conscience." The law would enshrine Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order banning such mandates.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Facebook will adopt new policies to address harassment targeting public figures
Facebook is banning some types of content that degrades, sexualizes, and otherwise harasses elected officials, celebrities, activists, and journalists.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike after failing to reach a contract
The union UAW said it was unable to reach an agreement on a new contract with the company, which is known for its signature green and yellow farm equipment.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike as labor actions heat up in the U.S.
The union UAW said it was unable to reach an agreement on a new contract with the company, known for its signature green and yellow farm equipment. It's the latest of several recent worker actions.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike over the failure to reach a contract
The union UAW said it was unable to reach an agreement on a new contract with the company, which is known for its signature green and yellow farm equipment.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Port bottlenecks have repercussions for U.S. industries and consumers
NPR's A Martinez speaks with Frank Ponce De Leon, a coast committeeman with the International Longshore & Warehouse Union in Los Angeles, about the effects of supply chain issues.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

The White House steps in to unclog the overwhelmed shipping industry
Global supply chain issues have hampered the economic recovery. The Biden administration is trying to fix some of those issues through deals with the private sector.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

News brief: COVID boosters, Jan. 6 probe, shipping backlog
A COVID-19 booster study suggests Moderna or Pfizer works best. A House panel investigating the U.S. Capitol attack issues more subpoenas. The Biden administration aims to break up shipping logjams.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2021

Kaiser Permanente workers In California And Oregon vote to authorize a strike
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jane Carter, a labor economist negotiating on behalf of Kaiser union workers, who says the struggle to recruit and retain workers will worsen under the company's plans.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

President of truck driving school says driver shortage is causing supply chain issues
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Bruce Busada, president of the Diesel Driving Academy, about how truck driver shortages are worsening supply chain struggles.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Gas, food and transportation network shortages all helped drive up consumer prices
Consumer prices jumped 5.4% in the last 12 months ending in September. That matches the highest level of inflation in 13 years.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

American Indicators check-in: A machine company faces supply chain disruptions
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Lisa Winton, owner of Winton Machine Company, about the supply chain issues making it difficult for her to complete machinery to deliver to her clients.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Social Security's cost of living adjustment will see its biggest jump in decades
The biggest cost-of-living adjustment in 39 years follows a burst in inflation as the economy struggles to shake off the drag of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

As prices increase because of inflation, consumers are forced to pay more
A great risks to the economy is runaway prices. People are paying more for everything, from meat to rent and gasoline. There many reasons: snarls in the global supply chain and lack of workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Southwest Airlines widespread cancellations could be a sign of things to come
Operations at Southwest Airlines are slowly returning to normal after several days of delays and cancellations.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

News brief: inflation watch, ransomware summit, e-cigarette authorization
The Labor Department reports consumer prices data. The White House hosts a virtual global summit to discuss ransomware. The FDA allows a brand of e-cigarettes to stay on the market.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Will the offshore wind industry solve pay and environmental issues?
Offshore wind is on the verge of becoming a major new industry in the U.S. There's a push to make sure it creates lots of good-paying union jobs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

The FDA authorizes e-cigarettes for the first time, citing benefits for smokers
The FDA gave permission for the sale of a brand of e-cigarettes — saying the product can help adult quit smoking. At the same time, it rejected many flavored products which are popular with teens.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

The White House announces steps to try to ease backlogs at U.S. ports
President Biden will speak to ongoing supply chain problems, as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Your favorite pasta sauce could cost more. Blame it on a surprise shortage of glass
Here's another aspect driving inflation: Makers of everything from pasta sauce to vinegar say it's getting harder to find glass bottles for their products, and it's leading to higher prices.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

Cargo traffic jams affect glass bottles too. Your pantry staples could cost more
Makers of everything from pasta sauce to vinegar say it's getting harder to find glass bottles for their products, and it's leading to higher prices.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

There's a backlog at U.S. ports. Here's how Biden hopes to get you your goods, faster
President Biden addressed ongoing supply chain problems, as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2021

United Airlines must delay its vaccine mandate for workers seeking an exemption
A federal judge ordered United Airlines to temporarily halt its plan to remove unvaccinated employees seeking a religious or medical exemption from the company payroll.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Pandemic supply-chain issues now mean a shortage of glass jars and bottles
Makers of spaghetti sauce, vinegar and liquor all say they're struggling with yet another pandemic shortage — this time of glass jars and bottles.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

FDA has authorized e-cigarettes for the first time, citing benefits for smokers
FDA says data submitted by R.J. Reynolds showed its Vuse e-cigarettes helped smokers either quit or significantly reduce their use of cigarettes, the leading preventable cause of death in the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Moccasin maker Minnetonka has apologized for appropriating Native American culture
The shoe company started in 1946 as one of many that sold Native-inspired moccasins to roadside gift shops. Its CEO apologized for profiting off Indigenous culture and outlined a plan for giving back.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Southwest pilots' union explains flight cancelations
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Capt. Casey Murray, president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, about the widespread flight cancelations that the airline had this weekend.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Southwest pilots' union explains flight cancellations
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Capt. Casey Murray, president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, about the widespread flight cancellations that the airline had this weekend.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Southwest Airline officials say delays and cancelations weren't caused by a protest
Southwest Airlines is again canceling dozens of flights, but officials say they are slowly returning to normal operations. The airline denies pilots staged a protest the airline's vaccine mandate.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Southwest Airline officials say delays and cancellations weren't caused by a protest
Southwest Airlines is again canceling dozens of flights, but officials say they are slowly returning to normal operations. The airline denies pilots staged a protest the airline's vaccine mandate.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Homeland Security secretary orders ICE to stop mass raids on immigrants' workplaces
The announcement is part of a shift in strategy under the Biden administration that puts a new emphasis on going after businesses and employers that violate labor laws.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Lego says it will work to rid its toys of harmful gender bias
The toy company says it will work to make its products and marketing more inclusive, citing new research into how kids and parents gender creativity.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

Moderna and J&J say their data supports COVID vaccine boosters
The Food and Drug Administration released briefing documents Tuesday on booster shots for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccines ahead of a two-day advisory meeting that starts Thursday.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

A Nobel Prize For A Revolution In Economics
David Card, Joshua Angrist, and Guido Imbens win a Nobel Prize for revolutionizing how economics is done.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

The hit Netflix series 'Squid Game' inspires Halloween costumes
Online retailers are getting slammed with requests. But even if you pay for expedited shipping, some shops still may not be able to guarantee a delivery by Halloween.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

The family which founded Air India regains control with a $2.4 billion bid
In the 20th century, Air India embodied the dreams of a newly independent nation. In the 21st, it embodied its challenges. The Indian government has sold its bankrupt airline.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

IMF report to shed light on what's interfering with the global economic recovery
The IMF says global economic growth is slowing, due in part to the impact of the pandemic. NPR's A Martínez talks to Kristin Myers, editor in chief of The Balance, about what it means for the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2021

News brief: NPR Poll on delta surge, Jon Gruden's emails, espionage case
The surge pushed Americans further behind. Las Vegas Raiders coach resigns after reports he used derogatory language. Ex-Navy engineer and his wife are accused of trying to sell submarine secrets.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2021

3 economists have been awarded the Nobel for their work on 'natural experiments'
Three U.S.-based economists are sharing this year's Nobel memorial prize for their work on "natural experiments" which get around the need for controlled experiments.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2021

More Southwest Airlines flight disruptions follow a weekend of cancellations
Hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights are either canceled or delayed on Monday, after a weekend of disruptions that the carrier has blamed on air traffic control issues and weather conditions.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2021

Three economists win Nobel for their research on how real life events impact society
The U.S.-based economists shared this year's Nobel in economics for their work with "natural experiments," such as studying how changes to the minimum wage impact the labor market.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2021

U.S. businesses are taking account of Biden's trade policy on China
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Tiffany Williams, co-owner of the Luggage Shop of Lubbock, about the impact of the Biden administration's trade strategy with China.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2021

3 U.S.-based economists win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
The three economists won for their work on drawing conclusions from unintended experiments, or so-called "natural experiments."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2021

Southwest Airlines cancels more than 1,000 weekend flights
Southwest Airlines canceled 28% of its scheduled flights over the weekend, blaming the woes on air traffic control issues and weather.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2021

A case for holding tech companies responsible for their algorithms
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Facebook data scientist Roddy Lindsay, who recently wrote an opinion piece in The New York Times about ways to regulate the media giant's algorithms.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2021

'Bond' franchise will have to make changes to appeal to a younger audience
Daniel Craig's tenure as James Bond is coming to an end with the release of No Time To Die. But with Amazon acquiring MGM, where does the 007 franchise go from here?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2021

'No Time to Die' shows how the Bond franchise can stay relevant — and profitable
In the 25th Bond film, 007's fellow spies include strong female characters, part of an evolution aimed at attracting new audiences and brands as the franchise makes some big transitions.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2021

Workers with criminal records may benefit from employers' need for workers
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Harley Blakeman, CEO of Honest Jobs, about the surge of companies looking for employees, and how those often overlooked with criminal convictions can be the perfect fit.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2021

Facebook whistleblower's testimony spurs calls for regulation
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's disclosures about the social media giant are fueling new, urgent calls for regulation.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2021

U.S. travelers are back in the saddle again. But they've adapted to a new reality
The U.S. travel industry is rebounding after taking massive hits early in the pandemic. But Americans are making different choices now, such as staying closer to home and choosing rural destinations.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

The boom of cannabis growers in Oklahoma is straining rural utilities
Oklahoma has some of the nation's loosest marijuana regulations. Rural utilities say the large greenhouses popping up across the state is straining water and electric infrastructure beyond capacity.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Far fewer jobs were added in September than forecasted
September's job gains fell short of expectations, with U.S. employers adding just 194,000 jobs. The unemployment rate fell below 5%, but that was in part because people dropped out of the workforce.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Over 130 countries clinch a deal that could radically reshape how companies are taxed
The agreement would set a 15% minimum tax rate for companies around the world, but it would need to be passed by a closely divided Congress.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Documents show Trump lost millions operating D.C. hotel
The Trump International Hotel incurred tens of millions in losses, while the former president claimed it was making money, according to a new cache of documents released by congressional Democrats.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

9 in 10 cars now being sold in Norway are electric or hybrid
Of all new passenger cars sold so far in 2021 in Norway, less than 5% are powered by gasoline. The numbers push the country closer to meeting its goal of a zero-emission fleet of new cars by 2025.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

States with diverse tax revenue streams see their budgets bounce back
This time last year, state revenue outlooks were tanking. Some states with high income-earners, such as California, are seeing budget surpluses like they haven't seen in decades.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

News brief: Texas abortion law, jobs report, CIA's focus on China
Some clinics in Texas are offering abortions again after a federal judge intervened. The Labor Department issues its monthly jobs report. The CIA director says China is the agency's main focus.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Latest jobs report sheds more light on how the U.S. economy is doing
Employers added 194,000 jobs in September, a second month of disappointing growth. Employers added 194,000 jobs in September, down from a revised 366,000 jobs in August, the Labor Department says.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Latest jobs report will given an indication of how the economy is doing
The Labor Department reports on job gains for September Friday morning. Forecasters expect to see a pickup in hiring after a sharp slowdown in August.\

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Planet Money investigates the logjams that keep renters from receiving aid
Millions of Americans are at risk of eviction, and billions of dollars in help from Congress isn't reaching most of them. What's taking so long for people who need rental assistance to get the money?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Planet Money investigates the logjams that keep renters from receiving assistance
Millions of Americans are at risk of eviction and billions of dollars in help from Congress isn't reaching most of them. What's taking so long for people who need rental assistance to get the money?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

No, it hasn't been the job recovery many had expected. But there's room for hope
Forecasters say the U.S. likely added about 500,000 jobs last month. It's not what many had hoped for earlier this year, but it's better than August.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

August's jobs numbers were bad. September was even worse but there's room for hope
The Labor Department says the U.S. added just 194,000 jobs last month, even lower than the lackluster showing in August. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8%.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

August's jobs numbers were bad. September was even worse, but there's room for hope
The Labor Department says the U.S. added just 194,000 jobs last month, even lower than the lackluster showing in August. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8%.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

Hiring slows sharply, and it's raising new concerns about the economy
Forecasters say the U.S. added just 194,000 jobs last month, even lower than the lackluster showing in August. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2021

The Postal Service is slowing the mail to save money. Critics say it's a death spiral
As of Oct. 1, some first-class mail has been delivered more slowly. Some say between that and recent price increases, it spells trouble for the agency.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2021

20 attorneys general file a complaint to block the Postal Service's strategic plan
The changes the Postal Service plans include slower delivery of some first-class mail and higher holiday-period pricing — changes the states want regulators to review.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2021

The pipeline crack was thin. That could have delayed detecting the oil spill's source
Video of the pipeline shows a 13-inch-long narrow gash. "My experience suggests this would be a darned hard leak to remotely determine quickly," an expert said.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2021

Job numbers are expected to have improved in September
September was supposed to be the month that Americans went back to work. Job gains are expected to be stronger than they were in August, but hiring is unlikely to match the levels of early summer.

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