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Sep 23, 2018

Comcast Outbids Fox And Will Acquire British Broadcaster Sky
The U.S. cable giant won a rare auction held by British regulators with a bid of $39 billion. Comcast hopes acquiring Sky will help it compete with online streaming services Netflix and Amazon.

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Sep 22, 2018

Cannabis Stocks Had A Roller Coaster Of A Week
What's behind these seismic shifts? Analysts point to major beverage makers' interest in the industry — and investors' hopes for Canada's upcoming legalization of marijuana.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

Federal Commission Sues Walmart For Alleged Discrimination Against Pregnant Employees
The complaint, filed on behalf of Alyssa Gilliam, claims Walmart failed to assign pregnant employees to light duty to save them from heavy lifting, as it does for workers with other disabilities.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

China Fires Back Against U.S. Sanctions For Purchases Of Russian Weapons
The U.S. imposed sanctions after China's military bought new fighter jets and a surface-to-air missile system. Trade and military ties are increasing between Russia and China.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

Rent!
Rents in America are leveling off. At last!

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

Fake Poster Leads To McDonald's Asian-American Marketing Campaign
Two Asian-American men made a fake poster and hung it up at McDonald's. The company plans to feature more Asian-Americans in its marketing, and cut each of the guys a $25,000 check.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

EU Is Unreceptive To Britain's Plan To Stay In Europe's Single Market
British Prime Minister Theresa May's hopes of persuading her peers in the European Union to keep the U.K. in the bloc's single market were dashed at an informal summit in Germany.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

While Demand For Rice In Japan Is Down, Prices Are Going Up
The Japanese are eating less rice. But prices are now so high that they are buying imported race, rather than the home-grown version. It's also a story of tariffs, subsidies and incentives.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 21, 2018

Hacks, Security Gaps And Oligarchs: The Business Of Voting Comes Under Scrutiny
Heading into midterm elections, pressure is on for governments and campaigns to secure elections. But what about the companies who make the machines and print the ballots?

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

American Airlines Is The Latest To Raise Checked-Baggage Fees
The first and second bags will each cost $5 more, going up to $30 and $40. Delta, United and JetBlue have also announced increases.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Google Warned Senators, Aides Of Hacking Attempts On Personal Emails
In a recent letter, Sen. Ron Wyden said some senators and Senate staff members were warned by a major tech company "that their personal email accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers."

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Hackers Steal $59 Million In Cryptocurrency From Japanese Exchange
Tech Bureau Corp., which owns the Zaif cryptocurrency exchange, says the security breach occurred last week, and was discovered several days later.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

The Young And The Restless
Why boom and bust is part and parcel of the emerging economic experience.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

In The U.K.-EU Faceoff, Neither Side Is Blinking
British Prime Minister Theresa May appealed to her European counterparts, trying to preserve Britain's access to the EU's single market after the Brexit. But EU leaders are playing hardball.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Malaysia Charges Former Prime Minister Najib With Money-Laundering
The money-laundering accusations are related to the so-called 1MDB scandal, in which billions of dollars allegedly went missing from a state fund.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Father-Son Duo Turns Ruined Grapes Into Tasty Aid For Napa Fire Victims
The Cates family has been turning excess wine grapes into raisins as a way to reduce food waste. Since last year's devastating fires in California's wine-growing region, they've expanded.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Ticketmaster Has Its Own Secret 'Scalping Program,' Canadian Journalists Report
The CBC and the Toronto Star has reported that live-event box office behemoth Ticketmaster recruits professional "scalpers" into a program through which it could benefit by double-dipping on fees.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Ticketmaster Has Its Own Secret Scalping Program, Canadian Journalists Report
The CBC and the Toronto Star has reported that the live-event box office behemoth recruits professional scalpers into a resale program, through which Ticketmaster benefits from double-dipping on fees.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Price Tag Of Natural Disasters Grows
After Florence, homeowners will rely on insurance to rebuild. But as climate change exacerbates natural disasters, there are questions over who will bear the brunt of bills in the future.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 20, 2018

Footing The Bill For Climate Change: 'By The End Of The Day, Someone Has To Pay'
As the risks of disasters grow, the insurance industry is adapting with them — and consumer advocates and others fear that the brunt of the bills will increasingly hit low-income homeowners.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2018

31 Percent Of U.S. Households Have Trouble Paying Energy Bills
A report released Wednesday by the Energy Information Administration announced that African Americans, Hispanics and people with children were most impacted.

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Sep 19, 2018

Indicted Congressman Reverses Course, Says He Will Campaign For Re-Election
Rep. Chris Collins was indicted on insider trading charges in August and suspended his campaign. Now he's running again, saying "the stakes are too high" to allow a Democrat to win.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2018

The Psychological Effects Of The Financial Crisis, Lingering
We hear a lot about the effects of the financial crisis on the economy and markets, but what about the lasting effects it had on our psyches?

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2018

Tech Giant Apple Spared Financial Pain In Latest Round Of Tariffs On China
With the trade tensions on the rise again, Apple has a lot at stake, with its money-making iPhone assembled completely in China. So far, the tech darling has managed to navigate the dispute unscathed.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2018

Have A Cool Idea To Help End World Hunger? Pitch It To The U.N.
At the World Food Programme's Innovation Accelerator, teams test out new proposals to stop hunger. Anyone can submit. And September deadlines are coming up.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 19, 2018

Soybean Farmers Worry About Tariffs' Impact
The trade war between Washington and Beijing has dealt a big blow to American soybean farmers, who depend heavily on the Chinese market.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Tesla Is Under Investigation By The Justice Department
Tesla says it handed over documents after CEO Elon Musk announced he would take Tesla private. Investigators might scrutinize the company's accounting practices and whether investors were misled.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Trump Administration Eases Regulation Of Methane Leaks On Public Lands
The proposal to reduce limits on methane emissions from oil and gas operations on public land is the latest move to roll back Obama-era climate regulations.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Facebook Allowed Employers To Exclude Women From Job Ads, ACLU Says
The complaint, filed Tuesday, says 10 businesses prevented women from receiving employment opportunities on the website. It also accused Facebook of excluding women in its own company.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Boeing Calls Back Retired Workers To Help Keep Up With Supply Chain
Unfinished 737s are stacking up on the tarmac outside of a Boeing plant near Seattle as the supply chain struggles to keep up with demand. The company is calling back retired workers to help finish putting the planes together.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

To Raise Interest Rates Or To Leave Them Alone? The Federal Reserve Must Decide
As the Federal Reserve considers whether or not to raise interest rates, they have a growing complication to factor in: raising interest rates doesn't seem to have the same effect on the economy that it used to.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Trump Says China Is Intentionally Attacking His Supporters With Its Retaliatory Tariffs
China is retaliating against the latest round of U.S. tariffs, targeting $60 billion worth of American goods, including agricultural products, chemicals and machinery. China will now be imposing penalties on most of the American products that enter the country.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

How A Trade War Between The U.S. And China Could Impact Consumers
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with David French of the National Retail Federation, about how the Trump administration's latest round of tariffs will affect consumers and the prices they pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Work Work Work
The availability of work — the availability of jobs for people who want a job and even for people who didn't know they want a job — continues expanding.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Under Pressure, WeWork Backs Down On Employee Noncompete Requirements
Under scrutiny by the New York attorney general, the co-working giant, which has 3,300 U.S. employees, got rid of legal language that restricted where former employees could work.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

WeWork Backs Down on Employee Noncompete Requirements
Under scrutiny by the New York attorney general, the co-working giant, which has 3,300 U.S. employees, got rid of legal language that restricted where former employees could work.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

China Sets Tariffs On $60 Billion In U.S. Goods, Retaliating Against U.S. Duties
Hours after President Trump announced tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, Beijing responded with its own levies on $60 billion worth of U.S. products.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Assessing The Potential Impacts Of Trump's New Round Of Tariffs On Chinese Imports
Economist David Wessel of the Brookings Institution says that workers in certain industries — like those that depend on steel imports — are "definitely going to feel the pain" of the new tariffs.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

White House Adviser Navarro On Why Hit China With More Tariffs
The Trump administration is imposing $200 billion in new tariffs on China, which plans to retaliate. Steve Inskeep talks to White House adviser Peter Navarro about the escalating trade war.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

White House Adviser Navarro On Why U.S. Hit China With More Tariffs
The Trump administration is imposing $200 billion in new tariffs on China, which plans to retaliate. Steve Inskeep talks to White House adviser Peter Navarro about the escalating trade war.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

U.S. Imposes New Tariffs On $200 Billion In Chinese Imports
President Trump announced Monday that he is ordering 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports from China. It's the latest round of an escalating trade dispute between the two countries.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Trump Hits China With Another Round Of Import Tariffs
With President Trump imposing new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, China has promised to retaliate. Steve Inskeep talks to Jake Parker of the U.S.-China Business Council about what to expect.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Technology Helps Motorists Maneuver In A Natural Disaster
When it comes to getting help navigating a natural disaster, there's so much technology available, the options are almost overwhelming. What works?

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Researchers Explore Gender Disparities In The Art World
Researchers studied nearly 2 million art auction sales and found paintings by women fetched less money than paintings by men. Disparities that plague parts of the economy also affect the art world.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

News Brief: Brett Kavanaugh, Import Tariffs And Syria's Civil War
A Senate panel will hear from the woman who's accused the Supreme Court nominee of assaulting her. Trump orders new tariffs on China. A deal is reached to forestall an assault on a Syrian province.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 18, 2018

Japanese Billionaire Books First Moonshot Aboard SpaceX's 'Big Falcon Rocket'
Yusaku Maezawa would be the first person since 1972 to travel around the moon and the first-ever private citizen to do it. He was introduced at SpaceX headquarters near Los Angeles Monday night.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2018

Trump Announces New Round Of $200 Billion Tariffs On Chinese Imports
The president announced a new round of tariffs against Chinese imports — 10 percent duties on $200 billion worth of goods, including hundreds of consumer items. The tariffs go into effect on Sept. 24.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2018

Trump Sets Tariffs On $200 Billion In Imports From China
President Trump announced the U.S. will impose 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports from China. It's the latest round of an escalating trade dispute between the two countries.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 17, 2018

Down Clown
Clowns and clowning have been suffering from a chronic branding crisis for decades. Can they fix it?

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2018

Meredith Corp. To Sell 'Time' Magazine To Salesforce Founder For $190 Million
Almost eight months after Meredith finalized its purchase of Time Inc., the publishing giant says it reached a deal to sell Time magazine to tech billionaire Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 16, 2018

Fake Bike Helmets: Cheap But Dangerous
Cheap knock-offs don't provide anywhere near the protection or durability of the products they replace. And most riders won't be able to tell the difference between real and counterfeit helmets.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

10 Years After The Financial Crisis: Early Warning Signs
On the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sheila Bair, the former FDIC chair who sounded an early warning about the financial crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

10 Years After The Financial Crisis: St. Louis Autoworkers
Ten years after the Great Recession, we look back at autoworkers in the St. Louis area and talk about how it altered their lives and changed their futures.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

In Hurricane Florence Aftermath, The Luxury Of A Hot Meal
New Bern, N.C., is dealing with flooding and clean-up from Hurricane Florence. Many homes and businesses have no power, but one business is open: a favorite local restaurant, and people are flocking in.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

Lincoln Towing, Bane Of Many Chicago Drivers, Loses License
Chicago's Lincoln Towing Service is so notorious for wrongly towing away cars that it's been immortalized in song. This week, the Illinois Commerce Commission revoked Lincoln's license.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

Barney Frank On The Financial Crisis, 10 Years Later
NPR's Scott Simon marks the 10th anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers with former Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., who helped craft post-crisis rules.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 15, 2018

CBS And #MeToo
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with The Hollywood Reporter's Kim Masters about CBS and the latest updates on ongoing sexual misconduct and bullying allegations there.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

Handle With Care
In the midst of a deepening economic crisis, a reporter's dilemma.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

10 Years Later, The Financial Crisis Still Resonates
On the 10th anniversary of the financial crisis, NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Neil Barofsky, the financial crimes lawyer who oversaw TARP, the $700-billion program created to shore up the battered banking system.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

The Role Of Logistics In Disaster Management
It used to be the military that ruled advanced logistics, but they've become a core value for big business. Companies like Disney and others may have unique applications that can help emergency planners.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

Tronc Agrees To Let Its Virginia Newsrooms Unionize
The traditionally anti-union Tronc newspaper company on Friday agreed to allow journalists at its two Virginia papers to organize, averting the need for a federally overseen vote, organizers tell NPR.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

Senators Demand Answers From CFPB Head After Student Loan Watchdog's Resignation
In a stern letter to the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney, Senate Democrats demanded evidence that he is safeguarding student borrowers.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

Lehman Brothers Collapse, 10 Years Later
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy 10 years ago. Steve Inskeep speaks with former Lehman executive Scott Freidheim, who says the government could have saved the company and weakened the recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

The Lehman Brothers Collapse, 10 Years Later
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy 10 years ago. Steve Inskeep speaks with former Lehman executive Scott Freidheim, who says the government could have saved the company and weakened the recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 14, 2018

What's Changed In The Decade Since The Financial Crisis
It's been 10 years since the United States' financial crisis began. David Wessel of the Brookings Institution talks with Steve Inskeep about what's changed since the crisis and what hasn't.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

North Carolina Coastal Development Policy
The risk of hurricanes in North Carolina hasn't stopped developers from building along the coast. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to the Institute of Marine Sciences Director Rick Luettich at the University of North Carolina.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

A Decade Later, America's Response To The Financial Crisis
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Cardiff Garcia, host of the economics podcast The Indicator about how people who lived through the financial crisis — and suffered from it — changed their behavior.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

Businesses Pulled Into Natural Disaster Preparations
When any part of the country prepares for a natural disaster like the impending Hurricane Florence, many people spring into action. You've got local first responders, Coast Guard, FEMA. And then ... there are the retail stores. Companies like Walmart, Home Depot, Walgreens have become a major part of the nation's emergency planning process.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

The Price Of Rice In Japan
Demand for Japanese-grown rice is falling. But prices are still going up.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

New Medicare Advantage Tool To Control Drug Prices Could Narrow Choices
Federal officials will allow private Medicare insurance plans to require patients who are candidates for certain expensive drugs to try cheaper drugs first.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

NPR Promotes COO Loren Mayor To President Of Operations
The promotion reflects the increasingly prominent role that Mayor plays in the company. But it doesn't indicate significant changes to the division of responsibilities of Mayor and CEO Jarl Mohn.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

Turkey's Central Bank Defies Erdogan With Drastic Interest Rate Hike
These days it's rare for Turkish officials to contradict President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has vowed not to raise rates. But that's what happened Thursday, in an urgent bid to save a deflating lira.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

The Changing Economics Of Giving Birth In Alabama
In the next few months, Alabama plans to allow certified professional midwives to deliver babies again, by starting to license them.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

Farmers Worry About Foreign Markets After Trump's Tariffs
At the Big Iron Farm Show in North Dakota, the usual concerns about crop yields have been heightened by another big worry.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 13, 2018

Farmers Hope For China Trade Deal, But For Now They Worry About Tariffs' Impact
At the Big Iron Farm Show in North Dakota, the usual concerns about crops have been heightened by another big worry: A trade war with China that's already driven soybean prices down sharply.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Does Facebook Really Work? People Question Effectiveness Of Ads
A lawsuit says Facebook is misleading advertisers about just how effective it is. Facebook, which makes billions from ads, says it can't guarantee that all of them will reach their intended targets.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Advertising On Facebook: Is It Worth It?
A lawsuit says Facebook is misleading advertisers about just how effective it is. Facebook, which makes billions from ads, says it can't guarantee that all of them will reach their intended targets.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

A Setback For Massachusetts In States' Drive To Contain Medicaid Drug Spending
Massachusetts planned to exclude expensive drugs that weren't proven to work better than existing alternatives from its Medicaid plan. Medicaid drug spending had doubled in five years.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

New Apple Watch To Detect Abnormal Heartbeats
The focus heading into Apple's event was on its new iPhones, but it also unveiled a redesigned Apple Watch with a sensor allowing users to take an electrocardiogram they can share with their doctor.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Insurers Move Against OxyContin
Health insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee will stop covering OxyContin prescriptions next year. Instead, they'll promote the prescribing of two "abuse deterrent" alternatives.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Italians Welcome First Starbucks Store With Defiance — And Curiosity
Italians coined the words "espresso" and "cappuccino" and think of themselves as the custodians of top quality coffee. So the arrival of the first Starbucks in Milan has been met with skepticism and alarm — but also curiosity.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Insurer To Purdue Pharma: We Won't Pay For OxyContin Anymore
Embattled drugmaker Purdue Pharma defends OxyContin as some insurers are dropping the drug in favor of other abuse-deterrent opioid painkillers.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Free Tuition; False Economy?
Why free tuition may make for better politics than economics.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

'60 Minutes' Executive Producer Jeff Fager Out At CBS
CBS said Fager's exit was not directly related to allegations that he had ignored complaints about harassment from a number of women, but instead that he had "violated company policy."

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Blind Grocery Shoppers Access 'Second Set Of Eyes' Through App At Wegmans
An app service known as Aira is connecting blind and visually impaired grocery shoppers with sighted guides that help them navigate the aisles at Wegmans through their smartphones.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Pickup Artist: How The Ford F-Series Took Over America
There goes (varoom! varoom!) that leather-seated (thphhhhhh!) 4G-connected king cab F-150 (rahghhh!) around the bend (brummmmmmmmmmmmmmm)…

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

6-Figure Price Tag Expected For Rare Apple-1 Computer At Auction
The very first Apple computer — an Apple-1 — was really only a circuit board. But for computer geeks and tech-lovers, that board could become a collectors item when it goes up for auction.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

Automation Comes To McDonald's
We hear a lot about robots eventually taking over jobs in manufacturing, but automation has already hit the service industry. The cashier who takes your order at McDonald's could soon be replaced.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 12, 2018

FACT CHECK: Who Gets Credit For The Booming U.S. Economy?
President Trump and former President Obama both claim credit for the good economy. Democrats argue that Trump inherited an economy that was already strong while Republicans insist he turned it around.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

MGM Offers To Donate Nearly $1 Million On Behalf Of Las Vegas Victims It Is Suing
MGM Resorts International said it would give $500 to any charity connected to the deadly concert shooting for people who authorize their lawyers to accept legal notice of the company's lawsuit.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

Pentagon Was Not Notified Of Proposal To Change Military Lending Act
In a letter obtained by NPR, the Pentagon says it hasn't gotten "official notification" about a Trump administration plan to weaken the enforcement of a law protecting troops from predatory creditors.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

Pentagon: Consumer Agency Didn't Discuss Plan To Relax Oversight Of Military Lending
In a letter obtained by NPR, the Pentagon says it hasn't gotten "official notification" about a Trump administration plan to weaken the enforcement of a law protecting troops from predatory creditors.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

The Liars Of Romance
People lie when they're looking for a mate online. Today on the Indicator: the lies we tell online, and how often we tell them.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

Justice Probe Into Bias At Tech Companies Should Include Democrats, California AG Says
Attorney General Xavier Becerra is calling on the Justice Department to invite Democrats to the Sept. 25 meeting focused on social media and tech companies or risk proving the event's political bent.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

DOJ Probe Into Bias At Tech Companies Should Include Democrats, California AG Says
Attorney General Xavier Becerra is calling on the Justice Department to invite Democrats to the Sept. 25 meeting focused on social media and tech companies or risk proving the event's political bent.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

You Might Like Sitting Behind A Desk, If Your Chair Is More Comfortable
IKEA is teaming with a 3D printing medical company — you go into your local IKEA, sit on a machine that takes a scan of your behind and turns that scan into a chair seat that fits your bottom.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 11, 2018

Trump Or Obama: Who Gets The Credit For A Booming Economy?
Is the economy reaping the rewards of trends from the Obama era? On Monday, the White House took credit for a strong American economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2018

Native American Tribes File Lawsuit Seeking To Invalidate Keystone XL Pipeline Permit
The Fort Belknap Indian Community and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe contend there was no effort to study how the 1,200-mile pipeline project could affect their water systems and sacred lands.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2018

How Facebook Has Shaped Democracy
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to The New Yorker's Evan Osnos about his new profile of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

NPR Topics: Business
Sep 10, 2018

What CEO Les Moonves' Departure Amid Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Means For CBS
CEO Les Moonves has left CBS. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to Wall Street Journal media reporter Keach Hagey about how this is affecting the broadcasting giant.

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