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Mar 27, 2023

The FDIC says First Citizens Bank will acquire Silicon Valley Bank
First Citizens will buy Silicon Valley Bank, the tech industry-focused financial institution that collapsed earlier this month, rattling the banking industry and sending shockwaves around the world.

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Mar 26, 2023

Twitter says parts of its source code were leaked online
Some parts of Twitter's source code — the fundamental computer code on which the social network runs — were leaked online, the social media company said in a legal filing.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2023

Drug shortages and national security
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Marta Wosinska, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution, about the rise in prescription drug shortages and what can be done to fix it.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2023

Despite sky-high prices, airlines are struggling to accommodate the spring break rush
Spring break season has hit and airline tickets prices are high. Jet fuel, consumer demand and airline staffing shortages are all to blame. But there are other issues in play as well.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2023

Fox News is fighting a $1.6 billion lawsuit. But advertisers haven't shied away
In court: a rough week for Fox News as it defends itself against a $1.6 billion lawsuit over lies it broadcast about the 2020 presidential election. But the network otherwise seems as strong as ever.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2023

A judge sided with publishers in a lawsuit over the Internet Archive's online library
The nonprofit, which has a mission to provide "universal access to all knowledge," says it will appeal the ruling.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2023

The president of the United Auto Workers union has been ousted in an election
A challenger defeated the president of the United Auto Workers in a close election and vowed Saturday to take a more confrontational stance in negotiating with the big automakers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

Wisconsin Rep. Mark Pocan on TikTok hearing
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Mark Pocan, Democratic congressman of Wisconsin, about this week's hearing that featured TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew, and how he thinks lawmakers should regulate the app.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

An explosion at a Pennsylvania chocolate factory kills at least 2
An explosion Friday night in a chocolate factory in West Reading, Pa., has killed at least two people and left several more missing.

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Mar 25, 2023

Encore: The number of Black video game developers is small, but strong
Even though only 5% of those working in video game development identify as Black, Black gamers and developers have had a significant impact on the industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

GEO Group sickened ICE detainees with hazardous chemicals for months, a lawsuit says
The Social Justice Legal Foundation says one of the country's largest private prison operators knowingly exposed ICE detainees to the disinfectant HDQ Neutral.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

The IMF's $15.6 billion loan to Ukraine will be its first to a country at war
The IMF's new loan to Ukraine will be its first to a country at war. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Scheherazade Rehman, professor at George Washington University, about the agreement's significance.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

Intel co-founder and philanthropist Gordon Moore has died at 94
Moore also made his famous observation, now known as Moore's Law, three years before he helped start Intel in 1968. It said the capacity and complexity of integrated circuits would double every year.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

A Pennsylvania chocolate factory explosion has killed 2 people and 5 are missing
Several others were injured by the explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in West Reading, officials said. The cause of the blast about 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia remains under investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

A Pennsylvania chocolate factory explosion has killed 3 people and 4 are missing
Several others were injured by the explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in West Reading, officials said. The cause of the blast about 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia remains under investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

A Pennsylvania chocolate factory explosion has killed 4 people and 3 are missing
Several others were injured by the explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in West Reading, officials said. The cause of the blast about 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia remains under investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2023

A Pennsylvania chocolate factory explosion has killed 7 people
Several others were injured by the explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in West Reading, officials said. The cause of the blast about 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia remains under investigation.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2023

ProPublica finds questionable timing of executives' trades on competitors' stocks
Never-before-seen IRS records show that CEOs are sometimes making multimillion-dollar bets on the stocks of direct competitors and partners — and doing so with exquisite timing.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2023

Fed needed to raise rates because inflation is still too high, Bostic says
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, about the Fed's decision to raise interest rates again.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2023

Planet Money pieces together the failure of Silicon Valley Bank
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history. Many tech startups thought they lost everything until the government stepped in.

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Mar 24, 2023

Planet Money pieces together the failure of Silicone Valley Bank
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history. Many tech startups thought they lost everything until the government stepped in.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2023

Nintendo's Wii U and 3DS stores closing means game over for digital archives
Starting March 27, you won't be able to buy digital games for the Wii U and 3DS. Video game archivists and fans are racing to preserve titles that may soon disappear.

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Mar 24, 2023

Utah's new social media law means children will need approval from parents
The restrictions passed through Utah's Republican-supermajority Legislature reflect how politicians' perceptions of technology companies are changing — and that includes pro-business Republicans.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Clowns converge on Orlando for funny business
The World Clown Association is brining together all types of clowns for it's 40h annual convention.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Acknowledging layoffs at NPR
NPR is undergoing a reduction of roughly 10% of its workforce. The layoffs include members of the All Things Considered team.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Hyundai and Kia recall 571,000 vehicles due to fire risk, urge owners to park outside
Hyundai and Kia are telling the owners of more than 571,000 SUVs and minivans in the U.S. to park them outdoors because the tow hitch harnesses can catch fire while they are parked or being driven.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

How precision-scheduled railroading played a role in the Ohio train derailment
Since February's major train derailment in Ohio, freight rail safety has come under scrutiny. Many rail workers blame a relatively new business model: precision-scheduled railroading.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid major layoffs
NPR moved this week to cut 10 percent of its staff and stop production of a handful of podcasts, including Invisibilia, Louder Than a Riot and Rough Translation.

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Mar 23, 2023

Lawmakers grilled TikTok CEO Chew for 5 hours in a high-stakes hearing about the app
Both Republicans and Democrats expressed deep skepticism that the company won't share U.S. user data with the Chinese government.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Lawmakers turn up the heat on TikTok's CEO Shou Zi Chew in high-stakes hearing
Both Republicans and Democrats expressed deep skepticism that the company won't share U.S. user data with the Chinese government while questioning Chew.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

GM will stop making the Chevy Camaro, but a successor may be in the works
The Chevrolet Camaro, for decades the dream car of many teenage American males, is going out of production early next year. But General Motors says another generation may be in the works.

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Mar 23, 2023

GM will stop making the Chevy Camaro, but a successor may be in works
The Chevrolet Camaro, for decades the dream car of many teenage American males, is going out of production early next year. But General Motors says another generation may be in the works.

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Mar 23, 2023

A 3D-printed rocket launched successfully but failed to reach orbit
A rocket made almost entirely of 3D-printed parts made its debut launch Wednesday night, passing a critical milestone. But it failed after three minutes of flight, crashing into the ocean.

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Mar 23, 2023

TikTok's CEO faces a House panel on whether the app is a threat to national security
Ahead of a hearing with TikTok's CEO, NPR's Leila Fadel asks Democratic Rep. Lori Trahan, who's on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, if TikTok should be banned in the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

It's not just Adderall: The number of drugs in short supply rose by 30% last year
A total of 295 types of drugs — everything from sedatives to children's flu medicine — were in short supply in 2022, according to a new report from the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

As the Fed battles inflation, it's harder for low-income workers to buy a home
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to AFL-CIO chief economist William Spriggs about how the Federal Reserve's efforts to tame inflation are affecting lower-income workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

FTC aims to making cancelling recurring charges easier with Click to Cancel
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Lina Khan, head of the Federal Trade Commission, about a rule the agency is proposing that would make it easier to cancel memberships and subscriptions.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Still trying to quit that gym membership? The FTC is proposing a rule that could help
The Federal Trade Commission gets thousands of complaints a year from customers trapped in memberships they don't want. Its "Click to Cancel" proposal aims to change that, Chair Lina Khan tells NPR.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Morning news brief
President Biden heads to Canada for talks dominated by illegal immigration and Haiti. TikTok's CEO appears before lawmakers. Teams in the men's NCAA basketball tournament are down to the Sweet 16.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

It takes a few dollars and 8 minutes to create a deepfake. And that's only the start
Powerful artificial intelligence tools that can create video, audio, text, and pictures are raising fears the technology will supercharge disinformation and propaganda by bad actors.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

Teetering banks put Biden between a bailout and a hard place ahead of the 2024 race
Voters hate bank bailouts. But letting them fail without a safety net for customers could have been even worse for President Biden ahead of the 2024 presidential race.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2023

The fight over the debt ceiling could sink the economy. This is how we got here
Once upon a time, raising the nation's borrowing limit was considered a fairly routine vote. Today, Biden and the GOP are on a partisan collision course that risks landing the U.S. in default.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

The SEC charges Lindsay Lohan, Jake Paul and others with illegally promoting crypto
Crypto entrepreneur Justin Sun and three of his companies were also charged with crimes related to the promotion and sale of two digital currencies, Tronix (TRX) and BitTorrent (BTT).

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

The U.S. is threatening to ban TikTok? Good luck
TikTok is on trial as U.S. authorities consider a ban. There's just one problem: it's not only an app for silly videos anymore, it is now entwined with our culture.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

Jack Daniel's v. poop-themed dog toy in a trademark case at the Supreme Court
At Wednesday's argument, the justices struggled to reconcile their own previous decisions enforcing the nation's trademark laws and what some of them saw as a potential threat to free speech.

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Mar 22, 2023

The Fed raises interest rates again despite the stress hitting the banking system
The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage-point in an effort to curb high inflation. Some had called for the Fed to wait after two recent bank failures.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

Ex-Florida lawmaker behind the 'Don't Say Gay' law pleads guilty to COVID relief fraud
Joseph Harding, who resigned after his December indictment, pled guilty in federal court to wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements on small business loans.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

It's impossible to fit 'All Things' Ari Shapiro does into this headline
Shapiro co-hosts All Things Considered, co-stars in a cabaret act with Alan Cumming, and sings with the band Pink Martini. Now, he's written a book, a memoir called The Best Strangers in the World.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

Armed with influencers and lobbyists, TikTok goes on the offense on Capitol Hill
TikTok's top executive will have to defend the app against allegations it shares U.S. users data with the Chinese government at a Thursday hearing, as the government weighs limiting or banning it.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

TikTok's chief executive will testify before a congressional panel
TikTok's CEO plans to tell the committee that it is working to protect U.S. users' data from Chinese government scrutiny. TikTok is pouring millions into lobbying to ease national security worries.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

Tiktok's lobbying tops $5.3M in 2022 as it brings its charm offensive to Congress
TikTok's CEO plans to tell the committee that it is working to protect U.S. users' data from Chinese government scrutiny. TikTok is pouring millions into lobbying to ease national security worries.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

Tiktok's lobbying tops $5.4M in 2022 as it brings its charm offensive to Congress
TikTok's CEO plans to tell the committee that it is working to protect U.S. users' data from Chinese government scrutiny. TikTok is pouring millions into lobbying to ease national security worries.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 22, 2023

The Fed must decide whether to press ahead with raising interest rates
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Peter Conti-Brown of The Wharton School about whether the Fed keeps raising interest rates. The increases so far have eased inflation, but also put stress on some banks.

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Mar 22, 2023

Climate activists target nation's big banks, urging divestment from fossil fuels
Across the U.S. on Tuesday, people gathered outside major banks demanding that financial institutions shift away from investing in fossil fuel projects.

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Mar 22, 2023

Fed is expected to boost its benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point
The Federal Reserve will decide Wednesday whether to keep raising interest rates to combat high inflation. The decision has been clouded by recent turmoil in the banking system.

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Mar 22, 2023

As Passover nears, New York's AG warns Jewish customers about car wash price gouging
For Passover, many Jews clean their homes and cars. The New York attorney general's office said there are reports of car washes raising their prices 50% for Jewish customers ahead of Passover.

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Mar 22, 2023

Jack Daniel's tells Supreme Court its brand is harmed by dog toy Bad Spaniels
The whiskey maker argues that the toy named Bad Spaniel infringes on its trademark, confuses consumers and tarnishes its reputation.

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Mar 21, 2023

TikTok CEO is set to tell lawmakers that its parent company is not an agent of China
The boss of the hit video-sharing app will deliver remarks to lawmakers in Washington on Thursday in an attempt to assuage growing fears about the app's connections to China.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

TikTok CEO says company is 'not an agent of China or any other country'
The boss of the hit video-sharing app testify on Capitol Hill on Thursday in an attempt to assuage growing fears about the app's connections to China.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

TikTok CEO set to tell lawmakers in Washington: ByteDance 'not an agent of China'
The boss of the hit video-sharing app will deliver remarks to lawmakers in Washington on Thursday in an attempt to assuage growing fears about the app's connections to China.

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Mar 21, 2023

Janet Yellen says the U.S. is ready to protect depositors at small banks if required
The Treasury Secretary said the administration is committed to protecting the U.S. banking system and customers who trust their money to it.

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Mar 21, 2023

Can banks be sued for profiting from Epstein's sex-trafficking? A judge says yes
A trio of lawsuits allege that JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank actively enabled Jeffrey Epstein to run a sex-trafficking ring for underage girls. A judge partially denied a motion to dismiss.

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Mar 21, 2023

Private opulence, public squalor: How the U.S. helps the rich and hurts the poor
Poverty, by America author Matthew Desmond says if the top 1% of Americans paid the taxes they owed, it would raise $175 billion each year: "That is just about enough to pull everyone out of poverty."

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

Minority-owned banks say depositors shouldn't worry — their money is safe
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to National Bankers Association President and CEO Nicole Elam about the health of minority-owned banks in the U.S. following the sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

Need a consultant? This book argues hiring one might actually damage your institution
A new book argues the consulting industry is weakening businesses, harming the government, and distorting the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

Biden vetoes his first bill that White House said would have been bad for retirees
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Jeffrey Sonnenfield, professor of management at Yale University, about investment decisions taking into consideration environmental, social and corporate governance factors.

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Mar 21, 2023

The Federal Reserve tries to limit any further damage to the banking system
The Federal Reserve is facing a decision this week on whether to raise interest rates again to fight inflation or take a breather to avoid putting more stress on the banking system.

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Mar 21, 2023

Biden vetoes his first bill. The White House said it would have been bad for retirees
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Jeffrey Sonnenfield, professor of management at Yale University, about investment decisions taking into consideration environmental, social and corporate governance factors.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

Biden vetoes his first bill. The White House said would have been bad for retirees
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Jeffrey Sonnenfield, professor of management at Yale University, about investment decisions taking into consideration environmental, social and corporate governance factors.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

5 ways the banking turmoil could affect you
These are top questions about the impact of recent banking turmoil on regular people, small businesses and the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 21, 2023

Could the banking turmoil affect you? 5 ways it might
There are possible consequences for regular people, small businesses and the economy.

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Mar 21, 2023

The FBI raided a notable journalist's home. Rolling Stone didn't tell readers why
Rolling Stone broke the story of an FBI raid on the home of national security journalist James Gordon Meek. As edited, the story left out a key detail originally included: why Meek had been targeted.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

Fox News seeks to silence one of its own over $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit
The network says it had to seek a restraining order against producer Abby Grossberg after she threatened to reveal what it calls "privileged information" in a case brought by Dominion Voting Systems.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

Producer sues Fox News, alleging she's being set up for blame in $1.6 billion suit
Abby Grossberg says she was misled by Fox lawyers who prepared her to testify in the defamation lawsuit. Fox News says she's revealed confidential information and has sued her.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

First Republic Bank shares sink to another record low, but stock markets are calmer
Shares in the midsized lender continued to tumble as fears grow about First Republic's financial health grow even after it received a $30 billion lifeline from its bigger rivals last week.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

Are you trying to buy a home? Tell us how you're dealing with variable mortgage rates
Recent high and fluctuating mortgage rates, compounded by bank closures, have created a challenging time in the housing market. NPR wants to know how you are navigating buying or selling a home.

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Mar 20, 2023

Amazon is cutting another 9,000 jobs as tech industry keeps shrinking
The announcement comes after the company said it was laying off 18,000 employees in January.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

Got a question for Twitter's press team? The answer will be a poop emoji
Twitter's communications email went dark after mass layoffs late last year. CEO Elon Musk announced this weekend (and NPR confirmed) that it now responds to press inquiries with a single poop emoji.

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Mar 20, 2023

Swiss bank UBS will take over its competitor Credit Suisse for more than $3 billion
The deal was brokered by the Swiss government to try to contain a crisis of confidence in global financial markets.

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Mar 20, 2023

The number of Black video game developers is small, but strong
We talk to five people who are forging their own path in the industry, and bringing their unique experience to the world of video games.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 20, 2023

New York Community Bank agrees to buy a large portion of Signature Bank
The 40 branches of Signature Bank will become Flagstar Bank, starting Monday. Flagstar is one of New York Community Bank's subsidiaries.

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Mar 19, 2023

UBS rescues Credit Suisse in deal brokered by Swiss government
Swiss bank Credit Suisse was purchased by a rival Swiss bank UBS today for roughly $3 billion in an emergency deal that likely saved Credit Suisse from going bust.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 19, 2023

UBS to buy troubled Credit Suisse in deal brokered by Swiss government
UBS will buy rival Credit Suisse in a deal brokered by Swiss officials to try and prevent a banking crisis.

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Mar 19, 2023

California enters a contract to make its own affordable insulin
Under the $50 million deal, the state is partnering with drugmaker Civica to start making the new generic insulin later this year, Gov. Gavin Newsom said.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 19, 2023

The Biden administration is calling for tougher penalties on bank executives
The White House is looking for administrative fixes to tighten up banking regulations and supervision after it found itself backstopping uninsured deposits when two mid-sized banks failed.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 19, 2023

What T-Mobile's acquisition of Mint Mobile means for competition in the industry
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Antonios Drossos, of mobile data strategy firm Rewheel, about T-Mobile's acquisition of Mint Mobile and competition in the mobile service industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 19, 2023

Bank fail: How rising interest rates paved the way for Silicon Valley Bank's collapse
Silicon Valley Bank invested billions of dollars in super safe U.S. government bonds. But that choice exposed to the bank to a whole other set of risks.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 18, 2023

What the recent struggle of mid-size banks tells us about the future of the economy
The struggles of mid-sized banks in recent days have raised new questions about the future of the U.S. economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 18, 2023

U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo reflects on the week of banking instability
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Wally Adeyemo, U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary, about a week of instability for some banks and what this might mean for the economy as a whole.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 18, 2023

Why car prices are still so high — and why they are unlikely to fall anytime soon
The average new vehicle costs nearly $49,000, an almost $10,000 increase from before the pandemic. This is a look at today's deeply weird auto market.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Judge to decide in April whether to delay prison for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes
Holmes was sentenced to 11 years in prison for defrauding investors out of more than $100 million. Now, she has asked a judge to remain free on bail until her appeal is heard.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Coverage and resources for women's basketball lag behind the surge in fan support
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Chantel Jennings, senior writer for women's basketball for The Athletic, about March Madness and the women's game.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

After this week's bank failures, some encouraging signs, but worries persist
A look back on the past week in banking news, explained.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Locals look for silver linings as Amazon hits pause on its new HQ
Amazon's announcement of a pause in development of its second headquarters, in suburban Washington, D.C., is raising questions about the impact on the local economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Here's what the latest version of ChatGPT gets right — and wrong
Open AI released a new version of ChatGPT this week. It claims GPT-4 is more powerful than ever, and could even do your taxes. But a quick test drive revealed some problems.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Recruiting troubles accelerate Army's plan to bring back 'Be All You Can Be'
Faced with a recruiting crisis, the Army has dusted off one of its most popular slogans: "Be All You Can Be." But will that prove popular with a new generation of potential recruits?

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

What to watch for after a volatile week on Wall Street
Markets have been volatile since Silicon Valley Bank collapsed, amid fears of wider problems with the banking system. Days away from a critical Federal Reserve meeting, they're even more on edge.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

Ford recalls 1.5 million vehicles over problems with brake hoses and windshield wipers
The automaker is recalling nearly 1.3 million 2013-2018 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans, as well as 220,000 F-150 pickups from 2021. Here's what to do if your vehicle might be affected.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

'I'M BACK!' Trump posts on Facebook, YouTube for first time in two years
The platforms, as well as Twitter, had suspended him after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. YouTube was the last to lift its ban, announcing on Friday he could now upload new content.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 17, 2023

YouTube lets Trump post new videos, says it evaluated risk of 'real-world violence'
The platform had banned him from adding videos after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. More than two years later, it lifted those restrictions.

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