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May 20, 2018

China Is A Fast-Growing Presence In The World Of Cinema
China has more movie screens than the U.S. and is expected to exceed all of North America in box-office revenues and audiences by 2020. Its influence was evident at the Cannes Film Festival.

NPR Topics: Business
May 19, 2018

N.H. Liquor Stores Are At The Center Of Cross-Border Bootlegging Stings
New Hampshire's state-run tax free liquor stores draw in customers from across the region. They also draw in modern-day bootleggers, prompting a wave of recent arrests.

NPR Topics: Business
May 19, 2018

USDA Unveils Prototypes For GMO Food Labels, And They're ... Confusing
The labels use the letters BE, for bioengineered, not GMO, which critics say could baffle consumers. One design features a smiling sun that a skeptic calls "essentially propaganda for the industry."

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

Time Bandits
Timekeeping software is becoming the standard across the U.S. And it turns out, it can be used to steal workers' wages, a few minutes at a time.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

Episode 842: Showdown at the WTO
The World Trade Organization: Can't live with it, hard to crush your trade opponents without it.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

A Look At Where Those Duty Free Shops In Airports Got Started
The origin story for those duty free shops in airports go back to a port town in Ireland trying to cash in on the early days of air travel. Since then, the bargains have become much harder to believe in.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

Fox's Cavuto: Trump Skeptic, Genial Workhorse
Neil Cavuto is something of a rarity at Fox: a civil presence and a critic of the president. He also hosts 17 hours live every week despite health issues so severe he can hardly read a teleprompter.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

New Type Of Drug To Prevent Migraines Heads To Market
An antibody-based drug reduces the frequency of migraine headaches, according to data reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. The agency approved Aimovig, priced at about $6,900 a year.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

California Winemakers Nervous About U.S.-China Trade Talks
China is one of the top exports for U.S. wine, but last month in retaliation to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, China imposed a tariff on U.S. wine, and other food and agricultural exports.

NPR Topics: Business
May 18, 2018

Small Business Owner Fears U.S.-China Trade War Will Destroy Her Company
Mary Buchzeiger's auto parts company may be fighting for its life if it doesn't get relief from Trump's proposed tariffs. "They're attacks on U.S. companies that are using Chinese goods," she says.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

Frozen Food Fan? As Sales Rise, Studies Show Frozen Produce Is As Healthy As Fresh
The uptick is new after a multi-year sales slump. Among the benefits of frozen produce: it packs as much nutrition as fresh, but with less waste if you don't eat it right away.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

SNAP Back To Reality
Congress may soon expand work requirements for people who receive benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. But do these work requirements match the reality of work itself?

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

Fox News' Neil Cavuto Hosts 17 Hours Of Live TV A Week Despite Physical Challenges
Neil Cavuto is a relatively calm Fox News personality. He's a Wall Street conservative less prone to shouting than musing, a host given to letting his guests have their say. He hosts more hours of cable news than anyone else at the big three news cable channels: 17 hours of live shows a week. And he does that despite having multiple sclerosis, which prevents him from doing so much as reading from a teleprompter.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

Lyor Cohen, YouTube's Music Head, Faces Down A Doubtful Music Business
The former rap mogul and current head of music at YouTube on #MeToo (sort of), Migos and his mortality.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

Starbucks Training Focuses On The Evolving Study Of Unconscious Bias
Scientists and leadership trainers says it's nearly impossible to train people out of their biases, but organizations can develop ways of mitigating the effects of it. Often, it involves teamwork.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

British Businesses Hope To Cash In On Royal Wedding
"People like them," a London souvenir shop employee says of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "They're a bit cool, aren't they?" And, he says, "For our business, they're absolutely essential."

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

German Ambassador On Iran Deal
NPR's David Greene interviews Germany's ambassador to the U.S., Peter Wittig, about trade, leadership and diplomacy after the U.S. pullout from the Iran nuclear deal.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

How A Drugmaker Gamed The System to Keep Generic Competition Away
Celgene Corp. has thwarted rival drugmakers eager to make cheaper versions of medicines for a form of blood cancer. Now administration officials are criticizing practices they say hold generics back.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

A Story About Wall Street, Hedge Funds And The Chicken Business
When a bunch of Wall Street investors sniff out a potential price fixing scheme in the poultry business they bet against big chicken stocks. Then they try to make the prices fall by leaking documents.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

News Brief: New Trump Tower Meeting Documents, NAFTA, Burundi Referendum
Senators released new documents related to the Russia investigation. Also, negotiators working on overhauling NAFTA can't seem to bridge the gap between the U.S. and Canada and Mexico.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

NAFTA Architect On New Negotiations
David Greene talks with Carla Hills, lead U.S. architect of the original NAFTA trade agreement. She says the deal needs upgrading but it would be a mistake to tear it down.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

Trump, China And ZTE
President Trump says his effort to help Chinese telecommunications company ZTE is only part of a "larger trade deal." NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Robert Daly of the Wilson Center.

NPR Topics: Business
May 17, 2018

How Wall Street Brought Down Georgia's Suspicious Chicken Price Index
When a bunch of Wall Street investors sniffed out a potential price fixing scheme in the poultry business, they bet against big chicken. Then they targeted a price index published in Georgia.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Federal Agency Investigates Tesla Crash; Driver Says Car Was On Autopilot
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it's looking into a collision where a Model S plowed into another car at 60 mph. It's at least the third safety probe of Tesla since March.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

North Korea Is Selling Facial Recognition Technology, Report Finds
Researchers at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies say the country has used front companies and intermediaries to market products, sometimes to unwitting consumers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Time Is Running Out To Complete NAFTA Renegotation This Year
House Speaker Paul Ryan has said the effort to overhaul the treaty needs to be completed this week, but fundamental differences remain among the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Time Is Running Out To Complete NAFTA Renegotiation This Year
House Speaker Paul Ryan has said the effort to overhaul the treaty needs to be completed this week, but fundamental differences remain among the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

SEC Creates Spoof Cryptocurrency Website To Warn Investors
The Securities and Exchange Commission launched a fake website on Wednesday that mirrors many of the elements found in "initial coin offering" scams.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

All Bets Are On
Thanks to a recent Supreme Court decision, legal sports betting may be coming to a city near you.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Spotify's 'Hateful Conduct' Policy Drags The Music Industry Into The #MeToo Moment
The streaming giant's new policy on artists who engage in 'hateful conduct' is a half-measure, but it demonstrates the power the company now wields — and the challenge it now faces.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Senate Approves Overturning FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal
Several Republicans joined Democrats in voting to overturn the FCC's controversial decision. But the measure has little chance of success in the House.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Senate Set To Vote On Overturning FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal
At least one Republican - Sen. Susan Collins - is likely to join Democrats' attempt to preserve net neutrality. But the measure has little chance of succeeding in the House.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Fox News Pays $10 Million To Settle Racial, Gender Bias Suits
The settlements primarily involved allegations of racial bias against Fox News as well as gender bias and retaliation claims. The controlling Murdoch family hopes instead to focus on big deals ahead.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Whistleblower: Cambridge Analytica Aimed To Trigger Paranoia And Racial Biases
Christopher Wylie, a former employee at the firm who blew the whistle on Cambridge Analytica's indiscretions, testifies in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

'The Great Revolt' In The Voting Booth
How will the populist wave of 2016 carry into the upcoming elections?

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Companies Face Tough Choice After Trump Pulls Iran Deal
President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement puts the U.S. at odds with some of its closest allies. Companies rushed to do business in Iran when the agreement took effect.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Senate Votes On Net Neutrality
Democrats in the Senate are staging an insurgent vote to stop the repeal of net neutrality from going into effect in June. The measure faces long odds in the House.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Las Vegas Not Worried About Spread Of Sports Gambling
The Supreme Court decision allowing states to develop sports betting means gamblers may not have to travel to Vegas anymore to bet on football and baseball.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

News Brief: North Korea Summit In Doubt, Primary Results, Net Neutrality
North Korea has threatened to cancel a planned summit with President Trump and Kim Jong Un. Also, we look at what Tuesday's congressional primaries mean for elections in November.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Las Vegas Welcomes The Spread Of Sports Gambling
The Supreme Court decision allowing states to develop sports betting means gamblers may not have to travel to Vegas anymore to bet on football and baseball.

NPR Topics: Business
May 16, 2018

Companies Face A Tough Choice After Trump Pulls Out Of Iran Nuclear Deal
President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement puts the U.S. at odds with some of its closest allies. Companies rushed to do business in Iran when the agreement took effect.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

States Eye New Revenues After Supreme Court Backs Legal Sports Betting
Several states plan to move quickly to make sports betting legal in the wake of Monday's decision. But they will be competing with an established black market that lacks tax forms.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Why It's Infrastructure Week, Again
Since President Trump came into office, it sometimes feels like every other week is infrastructure week. But why have there been so many?

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Rising Rates Vs. The Housing Market
Interest rates are on the rise for the first time in years. What that means for the housing market is far from obvious.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Under Pressure, Uber Drops Arbitration Requirement for Sexual Assault Victims
Uber says customers, drivers and employees who are sexually harassed or assaulted will no longer have to go to arbitration, which had required them to keep their stories private.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Uber Will No Longer Force Sexual Assault Survivors Into Arbitration Or NDAs
Uber says victims of sexual assault or harassment will now have the option of going to court. The ride-hailing company will also publicly release data about sexual assaults that happen in Ubers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

The Gap Apologizes For T-Shirts Showing Map Of China Without Disputed Territories
Beijing considers Taiwan a renegade province, but the shirts omitted the island and other areas under international dispute. After pressure the U.S. retailer said it destroyed the shirts.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

The Gap Apologizes For Shirts Showing Map Of China Without Disputed Territories
Beijing considers Taiwan a renegade province, but the shirts omitted the island and other areas under international dispute. After pressure the U.S. retailer said it destroyed the shirts.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

As U.S.-China Trade Talks Begin, ZTE Is In The Spotlight
President Trump may be willing to ease up on ZTE, one of China's biggest telecom firms, to protect the overall economic relationship, a Beijing economist says. "The U.S. still needs China," he says.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Chinese Jet Lands Safely After Co-Pilot Partially Sucked Out Of Windshield
The co-pilot of the Sichuan Airlines flight was pulled back into the cockpit with only minor injuries. The pilot brought the Airbus down in an emergency landing, and no passengers were harmed.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Advocates Question Facebook's Latest Effort To Protect Data
Facebook has suspended 200 apps for possible misuse of user data in their ongoing effort to protect privacy after their role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

NPR Topics: Business
May 15, 2018

Nike Sees Executive Departures In Harassment Reckoning
Some former Nike employees say a jock mentality that celebrated athletics also encouraged bullying and the departure of talented women.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Trump Administration Doubles Worksite Investigations To Combat Illegal Immigration
The administration has plans to greatly expand investigations and audits of businesses suspected of employing illegal immigrants.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Fatal Pedestrian Crashes Increasingly Involve SUVs, Study Finds
Pedestrian deaths have spiked in the U.S. since 2010. SUVs have surged in popularity, but their design can be especially deadly for those on foot.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

The Semiconductor Standoff
What one embattled smartphone-maker can tell us about China's plan to transform its economy

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Trump Administration's 3 Biggest Ideas For Lowering Drug Prices
After criticism that the administration's blueprint for drug prices was vague, the secretary of health and human services zeroed in on actions that he said need only his signature.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

How The Business Of Buying Canceled TV Show Works
When Fox announced the cancellation Brooklyn Nine-Nine, fans rioted online, but were met with good news when NBC picked it up. NPR's Ari Shapiro, speaks with Indie Wire's Michael Schneider about the business of buying canceled TV shows.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Google's 'Duplex' Raises Ethical Questions
Google has introduced a future feature called "Duplex." It can make outgoing calls to schedule appointments and it has all the characteristics of real human speech. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Shane Mac, CEO of Assist about the technology and the ethical questions it raises.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

On East Coast Oyster Farms, 'Women Are Rising Up From The Bay In A Big Way'
More women are joining their male peers among the ranks of oyster farmers. This could be because of growing marine science programs — and a desire to have a hands-on connection with the food system.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Sports Betting Ruling Could Have Consequences, Especially For College Athletes
"Congress can regulate sports gambling directly," the court wrote in a decision released Monday, "but if it elects not to do so, each state is free to act on its own."

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Supreme Court Rules States Are Free To Legalize Sports Betting
"Congress can regulate sports gambling directly," the court wrote in a decision released Monday, "but if it elects not to do so, each state is free to act on its own."

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

German Police Respond To Aisle Rage Call At Ikea
Two women with shopping carts were going to collide and both assumed the right of way. There was yelling and shoving. The younger woman's dad pushed the other woman, who cut her head on a metal shelf.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

AirAsia CEO Says 'Sorry' For Endorsing Malaysia's Ousted Prime Minister
Tony Fernandes, who founded the Kuala Lumpur-based low-cost carrier in 1993, said he 'buckled' under pressure from Prime Minister Najib Razak to back him in last week's election.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

50 Years Later, Reviving King's Poor People's Campaign
Faith leaders are renewing Martin Luther's King's effort to demand better jobs and living conditions for the poor, by organizing demonstrations across the country to highlight the issue of poverty.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

Seattle City Council To Decide Monday On Jobs Tax
The council is considering a corporate head tax that Amazon and Starbucks object to. Others say rising homelessness is a consequence of wealth and fast growth — one that companies should pay for.

NPR Topics: Business
May 14, 2018

President Trump Puts 'America First' On Hold To Save Chinese Jobs
Trump says he is working with Chinese President Xi Jinping to get cell phone maker ZTE "back in business" after it was punished for selling U.S. technology to Iran and then violated a settlement.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2018

Michael Cohen's Troubled Taxi Business
President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen has been in the spotlight over his financial dealings. One little known portion of his finances was a taxi business.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2018

82 Women Walk Cannes Red Carpet In Protest
Women gathered on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival to bring attention to gender inequality in the film industry. NPR's Lakshmi Singh speaks with one of the demonstrators Melissa Silverstein.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2018

Trump Working To Save Jobs At Chinese Company Hit By U.S. Sanctions
In a stunning reversal, President Trump says he's working to save jobs in China threatened by recent U.S. sanctions against the tech firm ZTE. Lakshmi Singh talks to CNET executive editor Roger Cheng.

NPR Topics: Business
May 13, 2018

Trump's 'Energy Dominance' Gets Slow Start On Federal Land
Despite President Trump's pledge to boost oil and gas drilling on federal land some statistics show there was more activity during the Obama administration.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2018

New Orleans Pressured To Reconsider Permit For Power Plant Backed By Paid Actors
In New Orleans, activists who spoke in favor of a proposed gas plant turned out to be paid actors. Environmentalists are calling on the city council to reconsider its approval of a plant permit.

NPR Topics: Business
May 12, 2018

Many Venezuelan Workers Are Leaving The Job, And The Country
The country's economic crisis has an unexpected effect: Employees are either quitting or regularly skipping work.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Episode 841: The Land Of Duty Free
We meet the man who invented duty free shopping and find out if these tax free stores are really saving us any money.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

In Vino, Veritas by Numbers
Assigning a grade to a bottle of wine might seem counterintuitive, or even a little absurd, but wine scores have can have a big impact the people who sell wine — and the people who drink it.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Why It Matters What Shape Michael Cohen's Finances Are In
President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen is back in the news for accepting a $600,000 payment from AT&T for political consulting. Before this, Michael Cohen faced financial problems due to investment in taxi cab companies that have been upended by the rise of Uber and Lyft.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Were Trump Lawyer Cohen's Actions Legal?
Corporations paid Michael Cohen six-figure fees, apparently to fix them up with White House officials. The lobbying law has a loophole for that.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

AT&T Admits 'Mistake' In Hiring Trump Lawyer, Top Company Lobbyist Steps Down
The CEO of the telecom giant, which is trying to merge with media conglomerate Time Warner, said it now regrets hiring Michael Cohen hoping he could help clear the way.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Starbucks Will 'Give People The Key' To Bathroom Regardless Of Purchase
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said the company will let everyone use its bathrooms, whether they bought a drink or not. It comes after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia location.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Starbucks Will 'Give People The Key' To Restroom Regardless Of Purchase
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said the company will let everyone use its bathrooms, whether they bought a drink or not. It comes after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia location.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Starbucks: No Need To Purchase To Use The Potty
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said the company will let everyone use its bathrooms, whether they bought a drink or not. It comes after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia location.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Starbucks: No Need To Purchase To Use The Restroom
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said the company will let everyone use its bathrooms, regardless of whether they buy a drink. It comes after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia location.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Starbucks: No Purchase Needed To Use The Restroom
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said the company will let everyone use its bathrooms, regardless of whether they buy a drink. It comes after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia location.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says
The remark, attributed to Kelly Sadler, a special assistant to President Trump, was first reported by The Hill and later confirmed by The Associated Press.

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Raising Home Prices Lead To Worries Of Another Housing Market Bubble
Ten years after the financial crisis, the housing market is booming again. In some metropolitan areas, only 25 percent of residents can afford to buy a home. Are we in another housing bubble?

NPR Topics: Business
May 11, 2018

Rising Home Prices Lead To Worries Of Another Housing Market Bubble
Ten years after the financial crisis, the housing market is booming again. In some metropolitan areas, only 25 percent of residents can afford to buy a home. Are we in another housing bubble?

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Why A Scramble To Top Search Results Ends With Random Packages On Doorsteps
Strange unordered packages are showing up on doorsteps across the country. Often, they are the byproduct of an e-commerce scheme to influence search results rankings.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Failing College
Colleges are seeing fewer and fewer students apply every year. To try and stay solvent and attract students, they're trying all kinds of things, from lazy rivers to M&A.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Ford Truck Production Stops As Company Scrambles To Find Another Part Supplier
Ford Motor Company is scrambling to find another supplier that can make a key part for its highest profit vehicle, the Ford F-150 pickup, after an explosion and fire at a key parts supplier. Ford has shut down its truck plants, and it's likely there will be a ripple effect because the plant made parts for other automakers, too.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Man Allegedly Used Change Of Address Form To Move UPS Headquarters To His Apartment
Prosecutors say he received thousands of pieces of mail intended for the company, including checks and corporate credit cards. He is now facing federal charges.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

FCC Plans Net Neutrality Rollback For June 11; Senate Democrats Plan A Key Challenge
In the Senate, a resolution of disapproval of the FCC rule has the support of every member of the Democratic caucus, along with Sen. Susan Collins, R-Me.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Ford Halts Production Of F-150s After Fire At Supplier's Facility
The most popular vehicle in America isn't rolling off production lines right now because of a lack of parts. Consumers won't feel the effect immediately, but it's unclear how long the halt will last.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Sturm Ruger Will Track Gun Violence, After Shareholders Back 'Activist Resolution'
Ruger says that while it will produce the gun violence report, the resolution cannot "force us to change our business."

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

These Are The Potential Consequences Of Renewing Sanctions For Iran's Oil Importers
Many of Iran's top oil importers are in Asia. South Korea is among them, but U.S. pressure to decrease oil purchases puts Seoul in a tricky position ahead of President Trump's North Korea summit.

NPR Topics: Business
May 10, 2018

Why Oil Prices Are At Their Highest Level In More Than 3 Years
David Greene talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about whether oil prices are being affected by the U.S. pulling out from the Iran nuclear deal.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

Worries That A Federal Student Loan Watchdog Will Be Defanged
The office of Students and Young Consumers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will be folded into another office. Advocates are concerned about what that means for vulnerable borrowers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

Worries That A Federal Student Loan Watchdog Will Be Muzzled
The office of Students and Young Consumers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will be folded into another office. Advocates are concerned about what that means for vulnerable borrowers.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

Trump Administration Orders Boeing To Cancel Deal With Iran
Aircraft giant Boeing looked at deals worth billions of dollars with Iran. Now the Trump administration is preventing them as it pulls out of the nuclear agreement. But the company wasn't counting on the deals anyway.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

NBC Investigation Finds Employees Did Not Feel Comfortable Registering Complaints
NBC Universal released report critical of climate at NBC News in wake of the Matt Lauer scandal, saying employees did not feel comfortable registering formal complaints. It also said current news leadership did not have knowledge of allegations.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

Google's New Voice Bot Sounds, Um, Maybe Too Real
The company touts AI that peppers its conversation with "uh" and "hmm" to imitate the tics of human speech. Many observers took issue with how the bot apparently tricked a human on the phone.

NPR Topics: Business
May 09, 2018

Indicator and Beyond
It's the 100th Indicator! To celebrate, we look to the future... and to alternate futures. The Indicator takes a break from economics to tackle infinity.

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