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Oct 22, 2019

Astros Executive's Rant At Reporters Draws Firestorm On Eve Of Series
As the Houston Astros prepare for Game 1 of the World Series, the front office grapples with fallout from assistant general manager Brandon Taubman's profane rant targeting female reporters.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

It's Superhero Time On Podcasts: Star-Lord And Black Widow To Step Up To The Mic
A Marvel deal with SiriusXM and Pandora marks a deeper investment by the companies to claim a stake in the growing realm of podcasting, now on pace to become a $1 billion industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Marvel Expands Its Universe To Superhero Podcasts On SiriusXM And Pandora
The deal with the streaming platforms marks a deeper investment by the companies to claim a stake in the growing realm of podcasting, now on pace to become a $1 billion industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Boeing Exec Out As Company Prepares To Report More Post-Crash Losses
The news comes on the eve of Boeing's release of third-quarter financial results, continuing the repercussions from two 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Exxon Is On Trial, Accused Of Misleading Investors About Risks Of Climate Change
New York's Attorney General argues Exxon used shady methods of calculating carbon costs, affecting its share price and defrauding shareholders. Exxon says the lawsuit is politically motivated.

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Oct 22, 2019

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Oct 22, 2019

Opioid Settlement In Ohio Leaves Many Unanswered Questions
Two Ohio counties reached a deal Monday with the drug industry valued at about $260 million. Local officials say the money from drug makers and distributors is desperately needed to fight the crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

The IMF Warns About Rising Regional Inequality
A new study by the International Monetary Fund finds that advanced nations have seen a rise in regional inequality since the 1980s.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Passengers On Quantas Airlines Fly A Record 19 Hours Nonstop
The Australian airline logged the first non-stop commercial flight from New York to Sydney over the weekend. The flight took 19 hours and 16 minutes.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Census Bureau Struggles To Add Staff For 2020's Census
The federal government hopes to hire around half a million workers by next spring to complete the 2020 census. But it's running into trouble with low unemployment and background-check delays.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Chicago Churches Help To Pay Off Cook County Residents' Medical Debt
A network of churches in the Chicago area worked with a nonprofit to eliminate $5.3 million in medical debt belonging to 6,000 community members.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2019

Trial To Begin: Did Exxon Mislead Investors On Climate Change?
A civil trial against Exxon Mobil Corp. opens Tuesday in New York, based on accusations that the oil and gas giant misled shareholders about the risks it faces from climate change.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

A Push To Have Cars Say 'No' To Drunk Drivers
All new autos would be outfitted with alcohol detection technology, under legislation being proposed by U.S. lawmakers. That would make it impossible to drive if you're over the limit.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

Nordstrom Bets On A Big NYC Store As Other Retailers Close Across U.S.
The luxury department store chain is opening a 320,000- square-foot store in Manhattan as retailers such as Barneys and Forever 21 file for bankruptcy and more competition comes from online brands.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

'We Have A Big Responsibility': Facebook Rolls Out New Election Security Measures
The social network is fighting foreign efforts to manipulate and mislead its users ahead of the 2020 presidential election. CEO Mark Zuckerberg called election security one of his "top priorities."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

'We Have A Big Responsibility:' Facebook Rolls Out New Election Security Measures
The social network is fighting foreign efforts to manipulate and mislead its users ahead of the 2020 presidential election. CEO Mark Zuckerberg called election security one of his "top priorities."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

What Breaking Up Big Tech Might Look Like
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Tim Wu, a professor of law, science and technology at Columbia Law School, about how to break up big tech and increase competition.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

Opioid Trial: 4 Companies Reach Tentative Settlement With Ohio Counties
Four defendants, including the three big U.S. distributors, have struck a deal with Summit and Cuyahoga counties. It doesn't resolve thousands of other lawsuits filed against the firms across the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

Save The .... McDonald's? One Franchise In France Has Become A Social Justice Cause
McDonald's employees in Marseille are fighting to save their restaurant. For them, McD's isn't a capitalist giant; it's a vital community anchor in an under-resourced immigrant neighborhood.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

Crash Victim's Family Pushes To Keep Boeing 737 Max From Flying Again Too Soon
The death of Samya Stumo in an Ethiopian Airlines crash stirred her parents to take action against regulators and Boeing. Victims' families want regulators to order a complete review of the 737 Max.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

California Wildfire Victims Face Deadline To File Against PG&E
Monday is the deadline for victims of wildfires caused by California power company PG&E to file their claims. Only about half of those eligible for payments have already filed.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2019

Residents In Kentucky's Martin County Face Escalating Water Bills
In a rural coal region of Kentucky, moves to fix a notoriously dirty water supply have created a new crisis. Many are now unable to afford their water bills and are drinking water from other sources.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 20, 2019

Kara Swisher's Take On Mark Zuckerberg's 'Free Speech' Speech
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with the editor-at-large of Recode, Kara Swisher, about Mark Zuckerberg's controversial speech at Georgetown University on Facebook's policy governing political ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 20, 2019

The Future And Past Of Barneys
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with New York Times Chief Fashion Critic Vanessa Friedman about the closure of Barneys stores.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 20, 2019

Trump Drops Plan To Host G-7 Summit At His Miami Resort
Blaming "Media & Democrat Crazed and Irrational Hostility" as the reason for his reversal, the president said he will consider other sites for next year's meeting of international leaders.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2019

Pilots' 2016 Messages Show Concerns With Boeing System
Messages between two Boeing pilots from 2016 show they had problems with a flight control system in the 737 Max that one describes as "egregious," but the company told the FAA the plane was safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

California Can Expect Blackouts For A Decade, Says PG&E CEO
PG&E is under fire for its management of last week's planned power outages that left about 800,000 customers in the dark. CEO Bill Johnson admits the company was ill-prepared for the operation.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Control Glitch 2 Years Before Deadly Crash
One pilot messaged that the problem was "egregious" and he had "basically lied to the regulators (unknowingly)" when he had told the FAA that the flight control system was safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Control Glitch Two Years Before Deadly Crash
One pilot messaged that the problem was "egregious" and he had "basically lied to the regulators (unknowingly)" when he had told the FAA that the flight control system was safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

White House Adviser Peter Navarro Calls Fictional Alter Ego An 'Inside Joke'
Peter Navarro, a key architect of President Trump's trade policy, made up one of the people the adviser repeatedly quotes in his nonfiction books. Navarro's publisher is not amused.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

Striking Auto Workers Vote On Agreement
Auto workers at General Motors have a tentative agreement, but it doesn't mean their strike is over.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2019

Forever 21 Reveals The Flaws Of Fast Fashion
The most recent retail sales numbers suggest American consumers are pulling back. Forever 21 filed for bankruptcy and revealed some big flaws in the business model known as fast fashion.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2019

Nearly 50,000 General Motors Employees May Soon Be Headed Back To Work After Strike
A tentative agreement between the United Automobile Workers and General Motors will allow for the closure of three plants. Union leaders are deciding whether to put the agreement to a full vote.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2019

Senators Press CFPB To Dig Into Problems With Public Service Student Loan Program
The senators urged the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to do more to examine problems with a troubled loan forgiveness program, citing an investigative story by NPR this week.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2019

How The Vision Fund Has Transformed Silicon Valley And Startups
The biggest venture capital fund in history was a key backer of WeWork and Uber — and it transformed the way startups work.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2019

G-7 Summit To Be Held At Trump's Miami Golf Resort
The decision is sure to renew debate about President Trump's unprecedented decision to maintain ownership of the Trump Organization after taking the oath of office.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2019

Trump's Miami Golf Course To Host G-7 Summit
The decision is sure to renew debate about President Trump's unprecedented decision to maintain ownership of the Trump Organization after taking the oath of office.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

Democratic Candidates Tackle Issue Of Income Inequality In 4th Debate
Presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders would both like to impose higher taxes on the wealthy. That idea came under attack during Tuesday's debate.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

United Automobile Workers And General Motors Reach Tentative Agreement
The United Automobile Workers and General Motors have reached a tentative agreement that is subject to a vote by the full membership.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

GM And UAW Reach Tentative Agreement To End National Strike
When the UAW's GM national council reviews the deal's terms Thursday, it will decide whether nearly 50,000 workers should remain on strike or if they should go back to work immediately.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change
As more people identify themselves as neither categorically male or female, some employers are making changes to neutralize references to gender in everything from name tags to bathrooms.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

As The Climate Warms, Companies Are Scrambling To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits
Companies are trying to figure out the risks to their profits from a warming planet. Some of them are turning to high-tech tools of climate science.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

The Goldfish Tariff: Fancy Pet Fish Among The Stranger Casualties Of The Trade War
China is considered the motherland of aquarium goldfish, bred over centuries into rare forms. Now tariffs have some U.S. sellers of these goldfish in a tailspin.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

As The Climate Warms, Companies Scramble To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits
Companies are trying to figure out the risks to their profits from a warming planet. Some of them are turning to high-tech tools of climate science.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2019

5 Ways To Make The Office More Welcoming For People Of All Gender Identities
There are a few ways employers and colleagues can respectfully welcome people who do not conform to traditional gender norms.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

3 Major Drug Distributors Reportedly Negotiating $18B Opioid Settlement
A new study estimates that the opioid epidemic has cost the U.S. economy about $631 billion due to health care costs and the unrealized lifetime earnings of people who died of overdoses.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Exclusive: Turf War Blocked CFPB From Helping Fix Student Loan Forgiveness Program
The Trump administration blocked the nation's top consumer protection agency from digging into problems with a program designed to help police, firefighters and other public service workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Your Guide To The Massive (And Massively Complex) Opioid Litigation
The largest-ever federal action related to the U.S. opioid crisis is on the cusp of its first trial next week — and it's complicated. So here's a brief(ish) explainer breaking it all down.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

How Non-Profit Hospitals Are Driving Up The Cost Of Health Care
Recent reports and studies suggest that the outsized political power of hospitals is a big reason why American health care is so expensive.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

Consumer Agency Blocked From Fixing Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Many public service workers thought they were in line to have their student loans forgiven. They made payments for 10 years only to be told they weren't in the right loan forgiveness program.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

International Monetary Fund To Release Economic Outlook
NPR's Noel King talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about finance ministers and central bankers arriving in Washington, D.C., for meetings amid gloomy forecasts for the world economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2019

News Brief: Sanctions On Turkey, Fort Worth Shooting, Presidential Debate
The U.S. imposes sanctions on Turkey for its Kurdish offensive. An ex-Fort Worth officer is charged in the fatal shooting of a woman in her home. And, a Democratic presidential debate tonight in Ohio.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Google's Response To Antitrust Accusations
When businesses have accused Google of antitrust violations in the past, they've often focused on its key asset: search. We look at the complaints, and Google's response.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Tapping Into Minnesota's Craft Beer Boom (Rebroadcast)
You can find cake-, lavender- and dill pickle-flavored beers in the North Star State.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

3 Win Nobel Prize In Economic Sciences For Work In Reducing Poverty
Abhijit Banarjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer will share the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

3 Win Nobel Prize In Economics For Work In Reducing Poverty
Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer will share the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize In Economics To Be Announced
The winner of the Nobel Prize in economics will be announced Monday morning.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2019

Nobel Prize For Economics Awarded To 3 For Work Fighting Global Poverty
Abhijit Banarjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer were heralded for breaking the issues of global poverty into smaller questions that can be more easily addressed.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2019

Troll Watch: Elizabeth Warren's Facebook Ad
Senator Elizabeth Warren's new Facebook ad falsely claims the social network, and its CEO, endorsed President Trump. She says she's protesting Facebook's policy of not fact-checking political ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 13, 2019

Women Look To Close Inventor Gender Gap
Women earn approximately half the PhD awarded in this country, but they account for only about 12 percent of patented inventions. Some are working to change that.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2019

Yoga Instructors Are Unionizing
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with yoga instructor Markella Los about forming the first yoga union in the United States.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Boeing CEO Is No Longer Also Chairman As Company Board Wants Focus On 737 Fix
With all 737 Max jets grounded, the board voted to strip CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his dual role. Two of the planes crashed, killing 346 people, when an automated flight system malfunctioned.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Trump Announces Phase One Of Trade Deal With China
As part of the deal, the next round of 30% tariffs will not be imposed. More agriculture trade between the two countries is expected.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

U.S., China Reach 'Phase 1' Of Trade Agreement
President Trump has announced the U.S. and China have reached what he describes as "phase one" of a trade agreement. He said that $40 to $50 billion in new agricultural trade is expected.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Entertainment Faces Public Backlash Following Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world have denounced Blizzard and shown their support for pro-democracy protests.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Reduces Penalties Following Public Backlash Over Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world denounced Blizzard and showed their support for pro-democracy protests.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Uber To Buy Latin American Online Grocery Delivery Service, Cornershop
The grocery service delivers in Chile, Mexico, Peru and Canada, with plans to expand.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

The News Roundup - International
We unpack the NBA vs. China, U.S. troops moving out of northern Syria as Turkey moves in, trade negotiations and more.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Hong Kong Protests Put U.S. Businesses In A Tough Spot With China
American businesses from Apple to Vans are increasingly under pressure when it comes to doing business in China. The Hong Kong protests are the latest flashpoint in a touchy relationship with Beijing.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

News Brief: Turkey-Kurds Battle, Impeachment Poll, U.S. Businesses In China
The Turkish assault in northern Syria continues. A new NPR poll shows a slim majority of Americans approve of the Trump impeachment inquiry. And, why U.S. companies are caught in China's cross hairs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

International Politics Barges Into The World Of Video Games
An e-sports player was suspended for supporting Hong Kong protesters. Blizzard, the U.S. corporation running Hearthstone is being criticized. But one of its owners is Tencent, a Chinese company.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

The Boom And Bust Of Iceland's Tourism Bubble
The now-defunct budget airline WOW got Iceland hooked on tourism. The island nation's economy was reshaped by the tourism boom, and WOW's bankruptcy is changing things again.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

PG&E's Backouts Panic California's Vulnerable Population
Planned power outages in Northern California are entering their third day. People who depend on electricity for medical devices are struggling to cope.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

PG&E's Blackouts Panic California's Vulnerable Population
Planned power outages in Northern California are entering their third day. People who depend on electricity for medical devices are struggling to cope.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2019

Trade Issues Have Divided Democrats, So Where Do The 2020 Candidates Stand?
President Trump has taken dramatic action on trade. His potential 2020 rivals are on the record about what they would do regarding tariffs and trade deals that could dramatically impact the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Loot Boxes Are A Lucrative Game Of Chance, But Are They Gambling?
Loot boxes are mystery boxes purchased through video games, and they are a multi-billion dollar industry. But are they gambling and should they be legal?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Has The Trade War Taken A Bite Out Of China's Economy? Yes — But It's Complicated
China's economic growth has been slowing down for years. Tariffs have contributed to slower growth since early 2018, when the economic standoff began, but it's hard to pinpoint how much.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

The Great Legacy Of The Great Recession
For some, the economy roared back after the recession. But some never recovered.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

Analysts Doubt This Week's Trade Talks With China Will Be Successful
High-level trade negotiators from the U.S. and China meet Thursday in Washington, D.C. There is hope that they will call a cease-fire in the ongoing trade war between the two countries.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

News Brief: ISIS Detainees, Trade Talks, Sickle Cell Treatment
The U.S. is taking custody of Islamic State detainees accused of executing American and other hostages. U.S.-China trade talks resume today. A sickle cell disease patient hopes gene-editing can help.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2019

PG&E Cuts Power In California To Avoid Sparking Wildfires
Power continues to be shut off in large parts of northern and central California. The blackouts have begun in some of the region's larger cities: Oakland and San Jose.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Matt Lauer Accused Of Rape In New Book; Former NBC Star Denies 'False Stories'
New details about Lauer's alleged behavior are in Ronan Farrow's forthcoming book. Until now, the accuser's identity and her specific allegation of rape had not been publicly known.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Your Ukraine Questions, Answered
Natural gas. Rick Perry. A second whistleblower. Just what is going on?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Analysis: The Long Arm Of China And Free Speech
Doing business in China comes with major strings attached. This week, with the response to an NBA manager's tweet, it became evident that a few provocative words can cause those strings to tighten.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

GM Suppliers Hurting From Autoworkers Strike, Too
The UAW strike against GM is in its fourth week, and businesses that supply the automaker are losing millions each day. In Lansing, Mich., more than 11,000 people who supply parts are out of work.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

PG&E Aims To Prevent Sparking Wildfires With Planned Blackouts
Power company PG&E in California has begun deliberate blackouts affecting some 800,000 customers. It is trying to reduce the risk of the equipment igniting wildfires during a high winds.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Trump Appointee Gorsuch Cryptic In LGBTQ Employment Rights Case
At issue is whether Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars sex discrimination, covers gay and transgender workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2019

Trump Appointee Gorsuch Plays Coy In LGBTQ Employment Rights Case
At issue is whether Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which bars sex discrimination, covers gay and transgender workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

United Auto Workers Trying To Live On Less Than Half Their Normal Pay During Strike
As the United Auto Workers' strike against General Motors continues, workers who made upwards of a few thousand dollars a week are trying to live on union strike pay of $250.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

How Electric Cars Will Change Driving And The Economy
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with E&E News reporter David Ferris, who's part of a team traveling the country in electric cars to learn how the vehicles will change driving as well as the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Blizzard Entertainment Bans Esports Player After Pro-Hong Kong Comments
The developer of World of Warcraft and Hearthstone said a player known as Blitzchung went over the line when he said, "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times!"

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

NBA Defends 'Freedom Of Speech' For Employees As China Moves To Block Games
"The long-held values of the NBA are to support the freedom of expression," NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says, after the league is criticized for its response to a tweet about Hong Kong.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

VIDEO: 8 Reasons Horror Movies Are Scary Good Business
Seven of the 10 most profitable films of all time are horror movies, and the reason why is quite simple.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Virtual Reality Goes To Work, Helping Train Employees
In the virtual world, cashiers are taught to show greater empathy, mechanics learn to repair planes, and retail workers experience how to deal with armed robbery.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Is Your Retirement Fund Ruining Our Economy?
Index Funds offer an intoxicating promise: lower fees, diversified risk, and better returns. But is there a dark side to their astonishing rise?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

News Brief: Impeachment Inquiry, Syria Policy, Chinese Tech Firms Blacklisted
A new name is connected to the impeachment probe. Two U.S. officials tell NPR that Trump's policy shift on Syria was surprising to many. U.S. blacklists Chinese tech firms over minorities' treatment.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Portland Hotelier Gordon Sondland To Testify In Trump Impeachment Probe
NPR's David Greene talks to Suzanne Stevens of the Portland Business Journal about U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland, who will be deposed as part of the House's impeachment inquiry.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

Showdown Over LGBTQ Employment Rights Hits Supreme Court
The high court hears cases testing whether employers are free to fire employees because they are gay or transgender.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2019

U.S. Blacklists Chinese Tech Firms Over Treatment Of Uighurs
The Commerce Department added 28 Chinese security bureaus and tech firms to the Entity List, including Hikvision, a leading producer of video surveillance and face recognition technology.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 07, 2019

Southwest Airlines Pilots Sue Boeing Over 737 Max Crashes And Grounding
The pilots say they stand to lose $100 million in income. Southwest has canceled more than 30,000 flights since the FAA grounded the aircraft in March after two crashes killed 346 people.

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