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Nov 27, 2022

The Murdoch media empire is in trouble. Can Rupert Murdoch's heir save it?
NPR's David Folkenflik talks with journalist Paddy Manning about challenges ahead for the Murdoch media empire. Manning is out with a book about Rupert Murdoch's eldest son and heir apparent.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

Title insurance is burning through homebuyers' pockets — and filling up their lawyers'
Homebuyers plunk down lots of money for title insurance. It's a cash cow for lawyers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 27, 2022

With inflation looming, Americans are shopping smart this holiday season
With holiday shopping season coinciding with a year of inflation, we hear from Americans about their spending plans for the season.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Frontier Airlines drops its customer service line
The budget airline says customers will no longer be able to call a live agent by phone. Frontier is encouraging customers to instead reach out by text, social media and WhatsApp.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Biden eases Venezuela sanctions as opposition talks resume
The U.S. Treasury Department is allowing Chevron to resume "limited" energy production in Venezuela after years of sanctions have curbed oil and gas profits flowing to President Maduro's government.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Black Friday sales rake in a record $9.12 billion from online shoppers
More than 166 million Americans are expected to shop over the five days from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

After gutting local newspapers, hedge fund Alden Global is going after mobile home parks
Scott Simon speaks to journalist Julie Reynolds about hedge fund Alden Global Capital's purchase of several mobile home parks and its eviction of many of their low-income residents.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 26, 2022

Here's how inflation is changing holiday deals and shopping
Shoppers are expected to spend a record amount of money this year because nearly everything is more expensive. There are some relative bargains, if you know where to look.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday shoppers are expected to spend more money due to inflation
Black Friday shoppers are expected to spend a record amount of money in 2022 — because nearly everything is more expensive.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

The U.K. is undergoing the largest trial of a four-day workweek and less may be more
The U.K. has been undergoing the largest trial of a four-day workweek ever conducted. The Indicator podcast hosts Wailin Wong and Paddy Hirsch explain when it comes to productivity, less may be more.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Elon Musk says Twitter will re-launch its verification program next week
The embattled CEO tweeted Friday that the company will re-launch its paid verification program next week. He says accounts will be manually verified and color coded, but has yet to offer details.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Inflation looms large as Black Friday shoppers head to the stores
More than 60% of shoppers say the economy is affecting their holiday plans. Many say they'll be more selective in their purchases, going for cheaper goods and less expensive stores.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Elon Musk says he will grant 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts
Online safety experts say the move is likely to spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Twitter has lost 50 of its top 100 advertisers since Elon Musk took over, report says
Half of Twitter's top 100 advertisers appear to no longer be advertising on the website. A new report states that these 50 advertisers have spent almost $2 billion on Twitter ads since 2020.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Europe fears its industries will jet to the U.S. as energy costs force plant closures
Duralex glassware maker is just one company that's suspended operations over spiking energy costs after a cutoff of Russian natural gas.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

How stores ended up with too many (wrong) clothes
Remember when we couldn't get enough athleisure? Or pajamas? Now, the hottest question for clothing retailers is whether they've got an "inventory glut." For shoppers, this means discounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

How inflation will affect this year's Black Friday shopping
Inflation is motivating shoppers to chase Black Friday deals even more than usual.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Inflation makes food insecurity top of mind for many this holiday season
Feeding America CEO Claire Babineaux-Fontenot speaks with Morning Edition about food insecurity.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 25, 2022

Blue bonds could be a solution for climate change and debt for some countries
Low-income countries are seeing some of the most severe effects of climate change. They are also facing growing debt as interest rates go up. What if there was a way to solve both problems at once?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Miami-Dade County, stuck in a 19-year contract with FTX, seeks to rename its arena
The county, which owns the arena where the Miami Heat play, wants a bankruptcy judge to let it end its $135 million contract with the failed cryptocurrency company so it can find a new sponsor.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Looking to leave Twitter? Here are the social networks seeing new users now
Can a network like Hive Social or Mastodon foster the communities and conversations that thrived on the bird app's good days? It's too soon to know for sure, but many hope the answer is yes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

Come for the free cookies, stay for the shopping
With high inflation and rising expenses, small businesses hope to lure shoppers with food, holidays cheer, instead of deep discounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

How inflation may impact your holiday spending
Michelle Singletary, personal finance columnist with the Washington Post, discusses how people should approach holiday shopping in the current economic climate.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 24, 2022

This year's holiday travel season is going to be as chaotic as pre-pandemic levels
The holiday travel season is underway, and It stands to be just as busy as pre-pandemic times.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

The fallout from FTX's collapse is being felt across the crypto industry
The fallout from the collapse of the FTX Cryptocurrency Exchange is being felt across the crypto industry, raising concerns about contagion.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

Homebuyers are losing big deposits because of rising mortgage rates
Before mortgage rates rose, many people put down big deposits to buy houses that weren't built yet. Now rates have gone from 3% to 7% and they can't afford to buy the homes they agreed to buy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

Read what a judge told Elizabeth Holmes before sending her to prison for 11 years
Read exactly what the judge told former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes before he sentenced her to 11 years in federal prison.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

5 major revelations about the collapse of crypto giant FTX
At the first hearing in FTX's bankruptcy proceedings, lawyers confirmed that millions of dollars are stolen or missing, and revealed stunning details about the downfall of the once-mighty exchange

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

How Silicon Valley fervor explains Elizabeth Holmes' 11-year prison sentence
Raising hundreds of millions dof dollars sends a startup's valuation soaring. It can also make serious prison time all but inevitable for those in Holmes' situation.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

FTX's new CEO reveals just how big a mess he's dealing with
John Ray, FTX's new CEO, handled the bankruptcies of Enron and Nortel. But he says the mess he has inherited is "unprecedented."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

How Twitter's platform helped its users, personally and professionally
For some users, Twitter was more than just an app — it was a stepping stone for their careers and activism

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 23, 2022

High demand and prices for lithium send mines into overdrive
Demand for batteries has sent lithium prices soaring. But building new mines is controversial and time-consuming. So existing mines are hitting overdrive and boosting production as much as they can.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

How Twitter became one of the world's preferred platforms for sharing ideas
As the social media platform struggles to find a way forward, NPR surveys key moments in its history.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

Fears of crypto contagion are growing as another company's finances wobble
After the collapse of FTX, many are wondering if another cryptocurrency platform called Genesis will fall next.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

To retire, or not to retire? A journalist goes on quest to figure out what's next
Independence Day author Steve Lopez turned the issue of retirement into a reporting project, speaking to geriatric experts, a psychiatrist, a rabbi, plus people who have retired and some who refuse.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

Wringing its hands over FTX's collapse, Washington hopes to prevent more crypto pain
Congress, which has been unable to pass comprehensive crypto legislation, is digging into what happened as regulators try to police the new, mysterious world of virtual currencies with old laws.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

Inflation ruffles feathers ahead of Biden's turkey pardoning ceremony
While President Biden observed the tradition of pardoning turkeys, there was a side helping of snipe between the administration and a big farm lobby group over the price of Thanksgiving dinner.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

News brief: Colorado shooting, railroad contract, Thanksgiving meal costs
Latest on the Colorado LGBTQ club shooting. Unions reject a deal brokered by the White House to keep trains running. How much more will a Thanksgiving meal cost? Depends on who's doing the estimate.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

Inflation won't win Thanksgiving: Here's NPR's plan to help you save on a meal
Turkey, stuffing, pie — it's all way more expensive this year. But you don't have to let inflation spoil your meal, if you're willing to get creative.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 22, 2022

States differ on how best to spend $26B from settlement in opioid cases
The cash represents an unprecedented opportunity to derail the opioid epidemic. But with countless groups advocating for a share of the pie, the impact could depend heavily on geography and politics.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Substitutionsgiving: Inflation-friendly substitutes for thanksgiving dishes
With the price of a typical Thanksgiving meal up 40% over the last two years, NPR's business desk finds inflation-friendly substitutes for traditional dishes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Largest freight rail union rejects contract agreement, heads back to bargaining table
The rail union representing 28,000 freight rail conductors, brakemen and yardmen has voted down the contract deal brokered by the Biden administration back in September.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Largest rail union rejects contract, stoking fears of a strike
The rail union representing 28,000 freight rail conductors, brakemen and yardmen has voted down the contract deal brokered by the Biden administration back in September.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Are Twitter's days numbered after Elon Musk's chaotic takeover of the company?
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Joanna Stern, senior personal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal about Twitter's impact, and what would be lost if the social network collapsed.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Thanksgiving dishes are more expensive this year — but there are alternatives
Inflation is coming to Thanksgiving dinner this year. Fortunately, NPR's Business Desk has tips on how to save money on Turkey Day. Call it Substitution-giving.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Hidden audits reveal millions in overcharges by Medicare Advantage plans
Taxpayers footed the bill for care that should have cost far less, according to records released under the Freedom of Information Act. The U.S. government may charge insurers $650 million as a result.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 21, 2022

Elon Musk's backers cheer him on, even if they aren't sure what he's doing to Twitter
"I don't bet against this guy," said one investor in Elon Musk's Tesla and Twitter. Others worry that the chaos at Twitter will continue dragging down Tesla values.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 20, 2022

Disney announces ex-CEO Bob Iger will return for 2 years
The Walt Disney Company announced late Sunday that former CEO Bob Iger would return to head the company for two years in a move that surprised the entertainment industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 19, 2022

Elon Musk allows Donald Trump back on Twitter
Twitter has become the first mainstream social media platform to reinstate the former president, who was banned from many sites after his supporters breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 19, 2022

Gay dating app Grindr's stock soars after going public
After going public on Friday, the app's stock rose by more than 400 percent.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

How likely is a complete Twitter meltdown?
Twitter employees who've quit say risks are growing of service outages, glitches and even hacks on the influential social network.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Elizabeth Holmes sentenced to 11 years in prison for Theranos fraud
Holmes was convicted on charges related to defrauding investors who poured hundreds of millions of dollars into her blood-testing company, believing it would revolutionize health care.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Twitter CEO Elon Musk gives staff an ultimatum, and many people are choosing to go
This was another wild week at Twitter after CEO Elon Musk gave staff an ultimatum to stay or go, and it seems many people are choosing the latter. What's the future of the social network?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Indian startup launches country's first privately built rocket
The launch is a milestone in India's effort to foster a private space industry. The rocket, made by Hyderabad-based Skyroot, was aloft for about five minutes and reached peak altitude of 55 miles.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

FTX investors fear they lost everything, and wonder if there's anything they can do
More than one million people may have lost their money in the spectacular collapse of the cryptocurrency trading firm. Some had big chunks of their life savings disappear into a black hole.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Iceland tells tourists it's like an alien planet. A NASA scientist agrees
"Iceland. Better than space." That's the new tagline from Iceland's tourism board. We asked the head of Visit Iceland why her country might have an edge over space — and consulted NASA as well.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Federal trademark board rules Mariah Carey is legally not the Queen of Christmas
Carey's 1994 hit "All I Want For Christmas is You" may be one of the most ubiquitous holiday tunes. Carey had asked to trademark the term "Queen of Christmas" for lotions, clothes and other products.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

After crypto exchange FTX collapsed, Washington policymakers debate how to respond
After the spectacular collapse of the crypto exchange FTX, a growing chorus of people in Washington, D.C., are asking Congress for more clarity on how to regulate crypto.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Clothing stores have a major problem on their hands: Too many things
Major clothing stores have been receiving too many wrong items this year thanks to shipping turmoil, messy ordering and rapid changes in tastes and trends. This means lots of discounts.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

Congress has gotten involved in the Ticketmaster-Taylor Swift fiasco
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Anne Steele of The Wall Street Journal about Ticketmaster bungling the ticket release for Swift's new tour. Questions are raised about the company's grip on the industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

News brief: Twitter resignations, who will replace Pelosi?, Ticketmaster criticism
There are mass resignations at Twitter after Musk's ultimatum. Pelosi's historic leadership will end — who's lining up to succeed her? Congress is involved in the Ticketmaster-Taylor Swift fiasco.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 18, 2022

It's judgment day for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes
The fallen Silicon Valley star faces up to 15 years in prison for defrauding investors in her blood-testing company. A U.S. senator is among those who have written letters asking for mercy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

Twitter employees quit in droves after Elon Musk's ultimatum passes
The billionaire gave employees of his newly-purchased company until Thursday evening to commit to "being extremely hardcore" and staying or take a severance package.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

Taylor Swift's fans caused Ticketmaster to crash and lawmakers are demanding answers
Taylor Swift's fans are outraged after tickets for her upcoming tour caused Ticketmaster to crash. Now lawmakers are demanding answers about the company's operations.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

FTX investors are unable to access their money, shaking crypto investors' confidence
The collapse of FTX, one of the most prominent platforms for crypto exchange, left investors unable to access their money. And it's shaking crypto investors' confidence more broadly.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

The Taylor Swift ticket fiasco is refocusing a spotlight on Ticketmaster's dominance
Ticketmaster says unprecedented demand caused tech issues, frustrating fans. Some Democrats say the problem is actually with the company's market power.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

Taylor Swift says her team was assured ticket demands would be met for her Eras tour
The overload of fans trying to buy Taylor Swift tickets caused major tech issues. The singer responds that her team was assured the demands would be met.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

The FBI alleges TikTok poses national security concerns
The FBI is concerned that the Chinese government could use TikTok to influence American users or control their devices. The company is working with the U.S. government towards a security agreement.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

On Red Cup Day, thousands of Starbucks workers go on strike
Hardcore Starbucks fans eagerly await the day the coffee company gives out limited-edition holiday cups. The union organizing Starbucks workers hope those same customers will help support their cause.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

Homeless shelters are seeing more senior citizens with no place to live
Low-income seniors are struggling to find housing amid skyrocketing rents and widespread nursing home closures.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

Trump Organiazation's ex-CFO is on the stand for another day at tax fraud trial
Allen Weisselberg, Donald Trump's former chief financial officer, takes the stand in a Manhattan courtroom for a second day in the criminal tax trial of the former president's company.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

News brief: GOP wins the House, Trump ex-CFO testifies, missile strike probe
Republicans gain control of the House. Trump's ex-CFO is on the stand in a criminal tax fraud trial. Ukraine and its partners disagree on the source of a missile that exploded in Poland.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

How banks and hospitals are cashing in when patients can't pay for health care
Some credit cards advertised by hospitals lure in patients with rosy promises of convenient, low-interest payments on big bills. But interest rates soar if you can't quickly pay off the loan.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 17, 2022

As holidays near, a nationwide rail strike is still on the table. Here's the latest
So far, three of 12 unions representing freight rail workers have rejected the contract deal brokered by the Biden administration in September. Those unions are holding out for paid sick leave.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2022

Elon Musk gives Twitter employees an ultimatum: Stay or go by tomorrow
Twitter CEO Elon Musk tells workers they must decide to stay with the company and be prepared to work long, intense hours, or leave with three month's severance pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2022

New government data and reports from retailers show Americans still shopping
Our spending habits say a lot about the state of the American economy. New government data and reports from some of the biggest retailers show Americans still shopping, and prioritizing necessities.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2022

The Murdoch media empire decides how to treat Trump after his campaign announcement
The Murdoch media empire is deciding how to treat former President Trump after an uneasy alliance lasting years.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2022

Some homebuyers lose deposits of $10,000, $20,000, or more due to high mortgage rates
There's a high-stakes tug of war over new homes. Many people who signed contracts before houses were built now are scared to buy them. Builders don't want them to back out and are keeping deposits.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Estée Lauder will buy Tom Ford in a $2.8 billion deal
It's the beauty firm's biggest acquisition yet. The purchase, subject to regulatory approvals, is slated to close in the first half of 2023.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Amazon plans to lay off 10 thousand employees, following job cuts at Meta, Twitter
Amazon will reportedly lay off 10 thousand employees as soon as this week. This follows job cuts at Meta, Twitter and several other tech companies.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Corporations are booking record profits. Is it thanks to price gouging?
Many corporations are booking record profits at a time of high inflation. This led to charges of price gouging, but do these claims hold up?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

These companies ran an experiment: Pay workers their full salary to work fewer days
Could a shorter work week be the answer to the UK's productivity problem?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Steve Jobs' sandals, worn in the early days of Apple, sold for $218,750
The brown suede Birkenstock Arizonas were worn by Jobs in the 1970s and 1980s during "many pivotal moments in Apple's history," the auction house says. The winner did not want their name disclosed.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Cryptocurrency trading platform FTX's collapse spotlights doubt about the industry
A look at how the collapse of one of the world's largest crypto exchanges is casting doubt on the decentralized finance model that so many early adopters of crypto embraced.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

FTX made a cryptocurrency that brought in millions, and then it brought down the company
The now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX made real money off of its own digital currency, called FTT. That currency is practically worthless now, but investors continue to trade it.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

FTX made a cryptocurrency that brought in millions. Then it brought down the company
The now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX made real money off of its own digital currency, called FTT. That currency is practically worthless now, but investors continue to trade it.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

COVID drove families apart for Thanksgiving. They won't let inflation do the same.
Despite inflation, this year is on track for the third-busiest Thanksgiving travel season in over two decades, according to AAA.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2022

Disney users will have to pay $3 more a month for ad-free content
Disney says its new pricing plan goes into effect Dec. 8, and users will have to pay $3 per month more to preserve ad-free streaming services.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

U.S. fines airlines $7.5 million and they must refund customers for cancelled flights
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced action against six airlines but only one is a U.S. carrier; the others are foreign. "It's too little and too late," one consumer advocate says.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

U.S. fines airlines $7.5 million and they must refund customers for canceled flights
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced action against six airlines but only one is a U.S. carrier; the others are foreign. "It's too little and too late," one consumer advocate says.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

It's the end of the boom times in tech, as layoffs keep mounting
Amazon will reportedly lay off 10,000 employees as soon as this week. That follows job cuts at Meta, Twitter, and Stripe, with CEOs citing economic uncertainty and a slowdown in online ad buying.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

How FTX's fallout impacts the world of cryptocurrency
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Laura Shin, the host of the podcast "Unchained," about the impact that FTX's fallout may have on the world of cryptocurrency.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

Have you invested in crypto on FTX or other platforms? We want to hear from you
A prominent cryptocurrency trading platform, FTX, has collapsed cutting off investors from their holdings. If you've invested in crypto, NPR wants to hear your story.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

Google pays nearly $392 million to settle sweeping location-tracking case
"Google has prioritized profit over their users' privacy," said Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum of Oregon, one of 40 states to bring the case. "They have been crafty and deceptive."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

Google pays nearly $392 million to settle sweeping location-tracking lawsuit
"Google has prioritized profit over their users' privacy," said Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum of Oregon, one of 40 states to bring the lawsuit. "They have been crafty and deceptive."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

The downfall of FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried sends shockwaves through the crypto world
Sam Bankman-Fried received huge plaudits and superstar status as the head of cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Now the comments aren't so kind after FTX filed for bankruptcy protection.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

Dolly Parton gets $100 million from Jeff Bezos to spend on charity
The singer and entrepreneur famously has used her success to help others, especially in areas of education. The gift matches two by Bezos last year to chef Jose Andrés and activist Van Jones.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2022

Why turkey prices are at record highs for this Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving is next week and turkey prices are at record highs. There are multiple reasons for that.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2022

HarperCollins workers are on strike to demand better pay
Employees at HarperCollins, one of the "big five" publishers in the US are on strike. They're asking for better wages in an industry that is notoriously underpaid.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2022

After decades of neglect, Jackson's Black business district is coming back to life
Some cities are investing to revitalize their Black business districts. In Jackson, Mississippi, Farish Street has unique challenges as old and new business try to bring commerce back.

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