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Nov 17, 2018

Opinion: Amazon Deal In New York Creates Some Unlikely Allies
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on Amazon's plan to open a headquarters in New York. It's prompted an unlikely coalition to unite in opposition, due to tax breaks and subsidies the company will recieve.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2018

Federal Investigators Pinpoint What Caused String Of Gas Explosions In Mass.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a natural gas company engineer made a major mistake in developing construction plans, resulting in a disastrous chain reaction.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2018

Jennie-O Recalls Ground Turkey Following One Case Of Illness From Salmonella
Over 45 tons of meat could potentially harbor the food-borne illness, the USDA said. More recalls from other companies could follow, as the government tracks a widespread outbreak of the same strain.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2018

Recession Indicators, Pt 1
Are we heading into a recession? The Conference Board's Leading Indicator has ten ways to tell.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2018

Why Ford Is Getting Into The Scooter Business
Money is going a lot of different ways in the car industry. Experts say companies are investing in new technology simply because they don't want to be left behind.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

Facebook Is On The Defensive After 'NYT' Report On Response To Russian Interference
Facebook says it is cutting ties with the Washington consulting firm Definers Public Affairs, which spread disparaging information about the social network's critics.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

The Lucky Country
Australia hasn't had a recession in 27 years. Good policy? Or just good luck?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

FDA Seeks Ban On Menthol Cigarettes To Fight Teen Smoking
In its latest effort to curb smoking by young people, the FDA wants to outlaw menthol cigarettes. The agency would also restrict sales of flavored e-cigarettes to reduce youth addiction to nicotine.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

Startup Offers To Sequence Your Genome Free Of Charge, Then Let You Profit From It
A full genome sequence costs about $1,000. But Nebula Genomics expects that companies and researchers would defray the cost in exchange for key medical information about the person involved.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

Airline Pilots Raise Training Concerns About Boeing's 737 Max
Pilots accuse Boeing of downplaying changes to a critical system made in the newest version of the popular 737, which may have played a role in last month's fatal crash in Indonesia.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2018

'Auntie Maxine' Waters Gets Ready To Take On The Banks As House Panel Chair
California Rep. Maxine Waters has been a favorite target of President Trump and his supporters. Now she's in line to chair the House Financial Services Committee, where she could slow his agenda.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2018

Oil Up, Oil Down
The decline in the oil price since the end of October has been stunning in its depth and speed, and follows more than a year of climbing. What changed?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2018

What's On Amazon's Wish List? All Of Us.
How big is too big?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2018

The Benefits Of Taking Out Loans For College
As student debt increases counselors, parents and students are hesitant to take out loans for college. But a new study shows that for students in community college borrowing money can be a good thing.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2018

Amazon Lessons From Seattle
Amazon's hometown, Seattle, has lessons to teach about what happens when the tech giant sets up shop in your town.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2018

A Search For New Ways To Pay For Drugs That Cost A Mint
Installment plans and refunds for treatments that don't work are two options getting more attention as ultra-expensive therapies become more common. The financial strains will only grow.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

How Amazon's New Headquarters Could Change Communities In New York And Virginia
Amazon announced its expanding footprint, adding some 25,000 jobs in Long Island City in Queens and Arlington, Va. Some in those cities are worried about housing prices and congestion on the roads.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

The Problem With The Pink Tax
Women pay more than men for many consumer products. Today on the show: Why some economists still think that's a good thing.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

There's No Copyrighting Taste, Rules EU Court In Dutch Cheese Case
Unlike literary or musical works, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled, the taste of a food depends on who's tasting it.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

How Big Is Amazon? Its Many Businesses In One Chart
Amazon means shopping. But it also makes movies and smart locks, publishes books, operates stores, helps other companies deliver packages and run websites. How many Amazon brands will you recognize?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

Jet Impounded Because Ryan Air Owed European Union Money
The AP reports passengers were set to board a Ryan Air flight in France when they were told of an issue with the plane. The issue: the plane was impounded. Passengers got another flight 5 hours later.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

Amazon's Grand Search For 2nd Headquarters Ends With Split: NYC And D.C. Suburb
Amazon is expected to divide its second headquarters between the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens and the Crystal City area in Northern Virginia, according to a person familiar with the plan.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

Official Announcement Draws Near On Amazon's HQ2 Decision
Amazon will soon announce its choice for a second headquarters. New York City and the Washington D.C. suburb of Crystal City, Virginia, are in the running.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2018

News Brief: Calif. Wildfires, Arizona Senate Race, Amazon's HQ2
The California wildfires death toll climbs to 44. Results show Arizona voted for a Democratic senator for the first time in 30 years. Amazon is on the verge of announcing its second headquarters.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2018

Stocks Start The Week With A Plunge, Dragged Down By Tech Shares
The Dow fell more than 600 points, or 2.3 percent, Monday. Investors are said to be worried about signs that the global economy may be slowing, even though the U.S. economy is faring well.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2018

Recession Suppression Needs Policy Aggression
The next global economic downturn could be even harder to reverse than the last one.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2018

President Eject?
This is the year of the impeachment book. Now, a former congresswoman and a former CIA officer have released their contributions to the genre.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 11, 2018

With Its Primary Opponents Voted Out, What's Next For Labor Unions?
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with the president of the AFL-CIO, Richard Trumka, about union strategies following the midterm elections.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 11, 2018

Iran And Trading Partners Will Find Ways To Skirt Sanctions, Analysts Say
The Trump administration hopes the sanctions will force Iran to negotiate a new nuclear deal. But analysts point out there are overt and covert activities to avoid the penalties.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2018

AI News Anchor Makes Debut In China
"This is my very first day at Xinhua News Agency," says a sharply dressed artificial intelligence news anchor. "I look forward to bringing you the brand new news experiences."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2018

The 401(k) Turns 40: How A Small Provision Had Such A Large Impact
The 401(k) turns 40 this week. What started off as a small provision in the Revenue Act of 1978 to supplement defined benefit plans has become the primary retirement saving vehicle of many Americans.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2018

The 401(k) Turns 40
The 401(k) retirement plan turned 40 this week! Today on the show, we chronicle the rise of the 401(k), the fall of the pension, and talk to the man who started it all.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2018

State Department Iran Specialist On Restoring Sanctions
Brian Hook, a State Department adviser on Iran, talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep about why the administration thinks reimposing sanctions on Iran is an effective policy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2018

Short Sellers' Impact On Markets
Short sellers — investors who bet against companies — get a bad rap, but research suggests they help keep markets running smoothly.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2018

Gab Server Subpoenaed By Pennsylvania Attorney General
Tweets by Gab, a social media site used by the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, show that the site's new server host, Epik has been served a subpoena by the Pittsburgh Attorney General.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2018

All Aboard The Bankmobile!
How one bank gave a whole new meaning to the term "mobile banking."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2018

Tesla Names New Chair As Elon Musk Steps Down
Robyn Denholm, a former Tesla board member and technology executive, is the company's new chair after CEO Elon Musk stepped down as part of a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2018

Robyn Denholm Replaces Elon Musk As Tesla's Board Chair
Tesla announced Robyn Denholm as the new board chair today. She will step down from her current role as CFO and Head of Strategy at Telstra, which is Australia's largest telecommunications company.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2018

Your Lifetime Value Score
You may not know it, but companies are silently scoring you... and using that score to figure out how to treat you.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2018

Stacey And Cardiff Answer To The People
We answer questions from our listeners and issue a couple of mea culpas.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2018

Motel 6 Agrees To Pay Millions After Giving Guest Lists To Immigration Authorities
The hotel chain has reached a tentative $7.6 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit. Motel 6 employees in multiple locations provided guests' names to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2018

Runaway Train Blazes Through Western Australia For More Than 50 Miles
The train had nobody on it. It was eventually deliberately derailed, creating a dramatic crash scene with huge lengths of crumpled, twisted metal on the desert sand next to the train track.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2018

Amazon Plot Twist: 2 Cities Will Split The 2nd Headquarters
The surprising decision to divide the win is an anticlimactic ending for a much-hyped, Olympic-style search. The plan promised up to 50,000 new high-paying jobs and drew 238 bids.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

Lowe's To Shutter 51 Under-Performing Stores
The list includes 20 U.S. locations in 13 different states and the rest are in Canada.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

Lowe's To Shutter 51 Underperforming Stores
The list includes 20 U.S. locations in 13 different states and the rest are in Canada.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

Ode On A Grecian Tax
Taxes get a bad reputation, but they were central to the formation of representative government, says financial historian William N. Goetzmann.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

Supreme Court Won't Review Decision That OK'd Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules
In addition to the telecom companies, the FCC itself was in favor of voiding the decision that upheld its 2015-era rules, according to Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat on the commission.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

The Bots Aren't Coming For The Midterms … They're Already Here
Twitter and Facebook are trying to make sure fewer people see misinformation online…but it's still there.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

U.S. Imposes 'Toughest Ever' Sanctions Against Iran
The U.S. officially imposed sanctions against Iran that are meant to curb Tehran's nuclear and ballistic missile programs and contain its growing influence in the Middle East.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

U.S. Renews Sanctions On Iran But Exempts 8 Nations, Including China And Japan
Iran can either "act like a normal country, or it can see its economy crumble," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

U.S. Renews Sanctions On Iran But Exempts 8 Oil Importers, Including China And Japan
Iran can either "act like a normal country, or it can see its economy crumble," U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2018

New U.S. Sanctions Against Iran Go Into Effect
The sanctions, which follow the Trump administration's pulling out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, are aimed at striking at the heart of Tehran's economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2018

Beyond Plastic Bans: Creating Products To Replace It
Beyond straw bans, there's mounting pressure on companies to not use plastic packaging. That's creating a budding market for alternative products.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2018

Cranberry Farmer Says Harvest Is Great, But Business Is Struggling To Survive
Massachusetts cranberry growers are halfway through the harvest. It's been a good crop, but they're worried about low fruit prices. We visit with one farmer and discuss the struggling industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

Retaliatory Tariffs Loom Over 'America's Oldest Ice Cream Company'
Bassetts Ice Cream in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market bills itself as the oldest U.S. ice cream maker. Owner Michael Strange worries about the trade war hurting his business.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

Steel Beer Keg Company Pushes For Tariffs On China: 'We Need A Level Playing Field'
President Trump's tariffs promised to save American manufacturing jobs. NPR's Michel Martin talks with Paul Czachor, CEO of American Keg, which manufactures American-made stainless steel beer kegs.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

New Homebuyers Face A Friendlier Housing Market, Thanks To Cooldown
In many parts of the country it's actually gotten a bit easier, though not any cheaper, to buy a house. Housing sales are down nationwide, and the market is cooling off.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

The Economy: Where We Are
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Washington Post economics columnist Steven Pearlstein about the state of the economy ahead of the midterm elections.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

Voters May Tax Tech Companies To Fight Homelessness
Some big tech companies in the Bay Area have embraced the idea that tax hikes on big business are necessary to tackle problems like homelessness in the region.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2018

Life After GM: A Family Upended By Auto Plant Closure Took Divergent Paths
Ten years after the financial crisis, the recovery hasn't reached everywhere. After the plant at which they worked was shuttered, three members of a family saw their lives change in unexpected ways.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

In Some Congressional Districts, The Tax Cut is Actually Hurting Republican Campaigns
In New Jersey's 11th Congressional District, the Republican isn't running on the tax bill despite the strong economy. But the Democrat is making it an issue, because the GOP tax bill limits deductions for property taxes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

House Democrats Push Harder On Trump's Role In Locating New FBI Headquarters
After meeting with Trump last January, FBI officials agreed to rebuild on their current site, a tract near the Trump hotel, precluding any potential private sector competition.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

U.S. Is About To Reinstate Iran Sanctions. Here's What That Means
Come Monday, the Trump administration plans to restore the full measure of sanctions that were lifted with the Iran nuclear deal. You probably have questions about the situation. We have answers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

Are You Trying To Make And Stick To A Budget? We Want To Hear From You
NPR is doing a series of personal finance stories with some looking at the best ways to make a budget and stick to it and we want to hear from you about your struggles and successes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

How Companies Cope (With A Tight Labor Market)
Wage growth has (finally) been accelerating, but what else are companies doing to bid for workers?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

Kashmir Hill: Do Your Smart Devices Know Too Much?
When Kashmir Hill filled her home with smart devices, she knew they would collect massive amounts of her personal information. She wanted to understand: what's the ultimate cost of that data mining?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

Mario Segale, Inspiration For Nintendo's Hero Plumber, Has Died
Mario Segale never sought the spotlight, despite inspiring one of the most recognizable characters in the world: Super Mario.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2018

Big Tobacco Spends Big To Block A Tax And Medicaid Expansion In Montana
If the state's ballot initiative to fund Medicaid's expansion passes, it will mean a $2-per-pack increase in taxes on cigarettes and a new tax on electronic cigarettes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

2 Goldman Sachs Bankers Charged In Malaysian Financial Scandal
The federal indictment unsealed Thursday says they conspired to commit money laundering and bribery, misusing billions of dollars of Malaysian government funds.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

U.S. Economy Added 250,000 Jobs In October; Unemployment 3.7 Percent
Employers added more jobs than analysts expected, as the jobless rate remained at a nearly 50-year low. Friday's report gives voters a final glimpse of the economy before the midterm elections.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

U.S. Economy Added 250,000 Jobs In October; Unemployment Remains At 3.7 Percent
Employers added more jobs than analysts expected, as the jobless rate remained at a nearly 50-year low. Friday's report gives voters a final glimpse of the economy before the midterm elections.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

What To Look For In The Last Jobs Report Before The Elections
The midterm elections are days away, and Friday's jobs report will give voters a final glimpse of the strength of the economy. A key recurring question: Is wage growth finally picking up?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Stage Protest Of Company's Handling Of Sexual Harassment Complaints
Google employees staged a worldwide protest on Thursday. They walked off the job to demand changes in how the company addresses sexual-harassment allegations at the company.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Why Ecuador Uses The Dollar
One of our youngest listeners asked us why Ecuador changed its currency to U.S. dollars, so we found out!

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Plan A Walkout Over The Handling Of Sexual Harassment Claims
Employees at several Google offices around the world have begun a series walkouts today, protesting the company's handling of sexual harassment claims.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Merck Pulls Out Of Agreement To Supply Life-Saving Vaccine To Millions Of Kids
The pharmaceutical giant will stop delivering its rotavirus vaccine to four West African countries and will begin to sell it in China for likely more than 10 times the cost.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Plan Global Walkout To Protest Company's Treatment Of Women
Many at Google have been simmering since The New York Times reported the company gave generous exit packages to alleged harassers. Hundreds of employees have already walked out in Singapore.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Walk Out To Protest Company's Treatment Of Women
Many at Google have been simmering since The New York Times reported the company gave generous exit packages to alleged harassers. Hundreds of employees have already walked out of its offices.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2018

Google Employees Begin Global Walkout To Protest Company's Treatment Of Women
Many at Google have been simmering since The New York Times reported the company gave generous exit packages to alleged harassers. Hundreds of employees have already walked out in Asia and Europe.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2018

Chinese Yuan Continues To Tumble In Value Against U.S. Dollar
This makes Chinese goods imported to the U.S. cheaper and offsets the impact of President Trump's tariffs. At the same time, the stronger dollar makes it harder for U.S. companies to export to China.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2018

What It's Like To Be On The Blacklist In China's New Social Credit System
China is piloting a new social credit system, calculated from financial transactions and daily behavior. NPR's The Indicator learns what it's like to be on the country's list of untrustworthy people.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2018

Paranormal Profits
Horror movies are good business. Scary good. They are more likely to be profitable than any other kind of movie. Today on the show, we look at why.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2018

China Tests A 'Social Credit Score'
China is testing a new plan to make it easier for citizens do business, but also to help them trust each other more. It's called the social credit score.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2018

Why Pop-Up Shops Keeping Popping Up
Halloween pop-up stores occupying temporarily vacant storefronts are back and the pop-up concept is expanding. Now online retailers and digital brands are taking the pop-up model and refining it.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2018

The Best Day For Payday
Weekly, biweekly, or every month — which payday makes the most sense?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2018

The Tinder-Bumble Feud: Dating Apps Fight Over Who Owns The Swipe
The companies are battling over whether Bumble swiped Tinder's features. Their dispute sheds new light on how the patent system is grappling with invention on the Internet.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2018

How Do You Move A Bookstore? With A Human Chain, Book By Book
Shoulder to shoulder, they formed a line 500 feet long: from the stockroom of the old shop, down the sidewalk, and onto the shop floor of the new store.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2018

VIDEO: As Elections Loom, Workers In Trump Country Reckon With Tariffs Fallout
President Trump's steel tariffs may force America's largest nail manufacturer out of business. Despite an uncertain future, many factory workers there say they still support the president.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

California Voters May Force Meat And Egg Producers Across The Country To Go Cage-Free
California voters will soon decide whether to ban the sale of all veal, pork and eggs from farm animals raised in cages, even when raised in other states.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

Is It Time For The Fed To Say Goodbye To The Phillips Curve Theory?
The U.S. economy is in a sweet spot, with unemployment at a near 50-year low and an inflation rate that's low and stable. But that combination — low unemployment and low inflation — has economists at the Fed wondering if a theory they've had about how the economy works is still relevant.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

Judgement Bonds
Municipalities are increasingly going to the bond market to pay their court settlement costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

Judgment Bonds
Municipalities are increasingly going to the bond market to pay their court settlement costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

Are You Looking For The Smartest Way To Invest Your Retirement Savings?
NPR is doing a series of personal finance stories, with some focused on the best way to invest for retirement. We want to hear about your experiences and your questions.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 29, 2018

World's Biggest Pork Producer Pledges To Cover Manure Ponds
Smithfield Foods says it will pay farmers to cover their manure ponds with plastic on more than 1,000 U.S. farms. Those "lagoons" have become increasingly controversial.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 28, 2018

IBM Will Acquire Open-Source Software Company Red Hat In $34 Billion Deal
IBM will acquire Red Hat for $190 per share, in a deal worth approximately $34 billion. Both companies took pains to say the Red Hat ethos and commitment to open source would continue.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 28, 2018

In Major Acquisition, IBM Will Acquire Open-Source Software Company Red Hat
IBM will acquire Red Hat for $190 per share, in a deal worth approximately $34 billion. Both companies took pains to say the Red Hat ethos and commitment to open source would continue.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 28, 2018

Gab, Site Where Synagogue Shooting Suspect Posted, Is Suspended
The website, which has served as a home for the far-right online community, is now down after various platforms refused to host it.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 28, 2018

A Look At Gab, The 'Free Speech' Social Site Where Synagogue Shooting Suspect Posted
The website where the synagogue shooting suspect posted anti-Semitic messages has served as a home for the far-right online in Gab's quest to have few restrictions on speech.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 26, 2018

Lotteries And Happiness
We assume that winning the lottery will make us happier. In some ways it does, in others — not so much.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 26, 2018

Should Self-Driving Cars Have Ethics?
To design a "moral machine," researchers updated a classic thought experiment for the autonomous vehicle age. But do we really want artificial intelligence making decisions on who lives or dies?

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