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Aug 03, 2021

Why Even The Most Elite Investors Do Dumb Things When Investing
A new study finds finance professionals fail at their jobs in a surprising way. There are lessons for all of us.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

Amazon Alabama Warehouse Workers May Get To Vote Again On Union
A federal labor official found that Amazon's anti-union tactics may have tainted last spring's voting process sufficiently to scrap its results. Workers had rejected unionization more than 2-to-1.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

Amazon Warehouse Workers In Alabama May Get To Vote Again On Union
A federal labor official found that Amazon's anti-union tactics may have tainted last spring's voting process sufficiently to scrap its results. Workers had rejected unionization more than 2-to-1.

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Aug 02, 2021

Your Facebook Account Was Hacked. Getting Help May Take Weeks — Or $299
When Facebook accounts get hacked, victims call and email the company for help to little avail. Some have found a costly workaround: buying a virtual reality headset to get customer service.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

These Olympics May Feel Like Less Of A Blockbuster Than Past Games. Here's Why
A look at the viewing experience of this year's Olympic games, including its production and ratings as it streamed on both live TV and NBC's Peacock service.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

To Stop Wave Of Evictions, Some Local Counties Scramble After Federal Ban Expires
A federal moratorium on evictions expired over the weekend, potentially putting millions of tenants at risk of eviction just as infections from the delta variant are on the rise.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

Without The CDC's Eviction Ban, Millions Could Quickly Lose Their Homes
A federal moratorium on evictions expired over the weekend, potentially putting millions of tenants at risk of eviction just as infections from the delta variant are on the rise.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

Local Governments Are Scrambling To Try To Prevent A Wave Of Evictions
A federal moratorium on evictions expired over the weekend, potentially putting millions of tenants at risk of being forced out of their homes just as delta variant infections are on the rise.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 02, 2021

News Brief: Pandemic's Trajectory, Eviction Moratorium Ends, Students And Masks
New COVID-19 cases are rising sharply in every state. A federal freeze on evictions expired over the weekend. Students start heading back to school this week, but will it be in person or remote?

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 01, 2021

Zoom Agrees To Settle A Privacy Lawsuit For $85 Million
The telecommunications company will not admit wrongdoing. If approved by a judge, subscribers would receive 15% refunds on their core subscriptions, or $25, whichever amount is larger.

NPR Topics: Business
Aug 01, 2021

Seattle Chef Defends Vaccination Policy For Workers And Dine-In Guests
Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with owner and chef Eric Rivera. He put in place a proof of vaccination policy for customers who want to dine at his popular Seattle restaurant, ADDO.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 31, 2021

Why DoorDash Drivers Are On Strike
Having organized on TikTok, Reddit and Facebook, many DoorDash drivers around the country logged off the app on Saturday. Drivers are demanding tip transparency and higher pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 31, 2021

Chief Medical Officer Explains What Goes Into Requiring COVID-19 Vaccines At Work
Scott Simon speaks with Dr. Patrick Brennan, Chief Medical Officer of Penn Medicine, about the vaccine requirement adopted for all employees in May.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 31, 2021

Popular Game Company Activision Blizzard Sued For Sexual Inequality And Harassment
Employees of Activision Blizzard, which makes the online game "World of Warcraft," are outraged at their leaders after California sued the company, alleging pervasive sexism and harassment.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 31, 2021

As COVID Concern Grows In Kansas, So Does Confusion Over Who Is In Charge
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, a Democrat, has been hesitant to issue any statewide mandates without a ruling from the state Supreme Court on her powers. Counties aren't jumping at the opportunity either.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

A Lot Of People Blame Baby Boomers For The Housing Shortage, But It's Not So Simple
Baby boomers have the biggest share of real estate wealth in the U.S. and aren't selling their homes as they grow old. So some people blame boomers for the housing shortage. But is that really fair?

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

Back To The Office? Not Yet. Companies Scramble To Adjust To The Delta Variant
September was expected to be the month of mass returns to the office. Now the surging extra-contagious coronavirus variant has employers wondering what to do.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

New To Investing? Here Are Some Common Mistakes To Avoid And Tips To Follow
Investing in a smart way can get you set up for whatever the future may bring. But where to begin? Here are a few tips for those who are just entering the world of investing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

Private Employers Wrestle With Trying To Vaccinate Their Workforce
The spread of the Delta variant is renewing pressure on private employers to encourage their workers to get vaccinated. Most aren't yet because of morale, political divisions and a tight labor market.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

Planet Money: Why Aren't There Enough Skilled People To Build Houses?
There is a housing supply shortage in the U.S. The solution should be to build more houses. The problem? There aren't enough people who know how to build them.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 30, 2021

After Court Ruling, Missouri Begins Implementing Changes To Expand Medicaid
After many attempts, Missouri has expanded Medicaid coverage to an additional 275,000 people. That means big changes for those individuals, hospitals and the politics around Medicaid in the state.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Parents Are Asking TikTok For Access To The Videos Their Kids Are Watching
More than 12,000 parents have signed a petition asking TikTok CEO Vanessa Pappas to introduce "mirror" accounts so parents can track how their kids are influenced on the platform.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

After Quickly Expanding, The Economy Is Expected To Slow
The U.S. economy likely grew 8% in the April-June quarter from a year prior, a blistering pace of growth. But the economy is expected to slow as the delta variant and other risks like inflation loom.

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Jul 29, 2021

Scarlett Johansson Is Suing Disney For Its Streaming Release Of 'Black Widow'
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for releasing Black Widow on streaming and in theaters at the same time, saying the simultaneous release breached her contract.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Scarlett Johansson Is Suing Disney For Streaming Release Of 'Black Widow'
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for releasing Black Widow on streaming and in theaters at the same time, saying the simultaneous release breached her contract.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Simone Biles' Olympic Sponsors Praise Her For Putting Mental Health First
Visa called her brave; Athleta said it was inspired by her leadership. Business analysts said her value to companies is greater as an influencer than as a competitor.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Johnson & Johnson Targeted Black Women With Products Linked To Cancer, Lawsuit Says
The complaint claims the New Jersey-based company made Black women a "central part" of its business strategy but failed to warn them about the potential dangers of the powder products it was selling.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

'It's Mutual': This Is How BTS' Fans Put Their Money And Hearts Behind The Band
BTS isn't just one of the most popular bands in the world. It's also bringing billions of dollars to the South Korean economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Disney Will Begin Requiring Masks Again Indoors At Its Theme Parks In The U.S.
With cases of the coronavirus back on the rise in Florida and California, guests two years of age and older at Disney World and Disneyland will again be required to don masks starting on Friday.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Biden Hopes To Boost COVID Vaccination Rates By Focusing On Federal Workers
The federal workforce is one group of Americans President Biden can more directly influence. Under the expected rules, workers would need to get vaccinated or wear a mask and get tested regularly.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Biden Hopes To Jolt COVID Vaccination Rates By Focusing On Federal Workers
The federal workforce is one group of Americans President Biden can more directly influence. Under the expected rules, workers would need to get vaccinated or wear a mask and get tested regularly.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Ron Popeil, Pioneer Of 'Wait...There's More!' Late-Night Infomercials, Is Dead At 86
Ron Popeil was both a high-spirited inventor and yarn-spinning salesman, amplified by the airwaves into millions of homes. He died Wednesday, according to his family.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

Ford Creates A Fragrance That Smells Like Gasoline
A lot of people believe, when switching to electric vehicles, they would miss the smell of gasoline. The carmaker claims gasoline ranks more popular than the smell of wine and cheese.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 29, 2021

The Economy Is Stronger. These 4 Things Will Determine What Happens Next
The U.S. economy grew 6.5% pace in the April-June quarter, continuing to strengthen from the worst of the pandemic. A slowdown is inevitable; the question is how much it will slow.

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Jul 29, 2021

The Economy Is Surging. These 4 Things Will Determine What Happens Next
The U.S. economy is expected to have grown at a blistering pace in the April-June quarter. A slowdown is inevitable; the question is how much it will slow.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Gun-Maker Offers Sandy Hook Families $33 Million. Here's What They May Be Considering
The settlement proposal is far lower than what families said they expected. But an attorney with more than 20 years of experience working with mass shooting victims says there's a lot to think about.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

The Robinhood IPO Is Here. But There Are Doubts About Its Future
State and federal regulators have launched numbers probes of the popular stock trading app, just as it hopes institutional investors and its own users will buy up its stock.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

The FDA Extends The Expiration Date On Johnson & Johnson's COVID Vaccine To 6 Months
The change gives health workers more time to use millions of doses, rather than discarding them. Expiration dates are based on data from drugmakers on how long the shots stay at the right strength.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Closing Statements End In Trial Over Holding Companies Liable For Opioid Crisis
A major opioid trial in West Virginia reaches closing arguments, sharpening the debate over whether corporations will be held accountable for their role in the addiction crisis.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Check Those Boxes In Your Attic: Comic Books And Collectibles Have Doubled In Price
Comic books and other collectibles have doubled in price since the pandemic started. A new generation has started collecting and high prices in one market is driving demand in others.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Activision Blizzard Workers Are Walking Out After The Studio's Sexual Harassment Suit
A group of employees urged the video game company to work with them on four demands, including an end to mandatory arbitration clauses in employee contracts and the release of salary and other data.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Google And Facebook Mandate Vaccines For Employees At U.S. Offices
The tech giants' vaccine requirements could push other employers to follow suit.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Google Mandates Vaccines For Workers, Pushes Back Return To Office Date
Google's vaccine requirement could push other employers to follow suit, but so far, most major tech companies have not issued vaccine mandates.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Chinese Billionaire Sun Dawu Is Sentenced To 18 Years For 'Provoking Trouble'
The staunch advocate of social justice and rural development was found guilty of eight charges. His harsh prison sentence comes amid broader efforts by authorities to rein in powerful businessmen.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

As Megan Rapinoe Promotes CBD Use, Sha'Carri Richardson Sits Out The Olympics
Critics are outraged, saying the anti-doping agency for the Games is ignoring the actions of the white athlete on the heels of suspending the Black sprinter this month.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Rooibos Tea Is Africa's First Food To Join The EU's List Of Protected Products
Rooibos joins France's Champagne, Greece's feta cheese and Colombian coffee on the list. The tea is said to have numerous health benefits.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

Biden Wants To Raise The Threshold For Products Considered Made In America
The federal government has to spend tax dollars on products made in America, but purchases qualify for that label with 55% of their materials coming from the U.S. Biden wants to raise that percentage.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 28, 2021

You Might Consider Opting Out Of The Child Tax Credit. Here's Why
The first monthly enhanced child tax credit payment has landed, but some families are now opting out. Here's how to decide whether it makes sense for you.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Walmart Offering Full College Tuition And Books For Employees
As a result, approximately 1.5 million part-time and full-time Walmart and Sam's Club workers in the U.S. will be able to earn college degrees or learn trade skills without the burden of debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Google Plans To Expand Its Campus — Which Might Become Unsafe As Sea Levels Rise
In Silicon Valley, Google has acquired billions of dollars of property that's at risk for flooding as sea levels continue to rise. That's raising questions about whether it's safe to build at all.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Instagram Debuts New Safety Settings For Teenagers
The Facebook-owned app is making new accounts for kids under 16 private by default, amid growing pressure over child safety and privacy.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

The Behavioral Economics Manifesto Gets Revised
We speak with the Nobel Prize-winning founder of behavioral economics about the new — and last — version of his classic book, Nudge.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Delta Variant Sparks Concerns About What's Next For U.S. Economic Recovery
NPR's Noel King talks to Monica Boushey, senior economic adviser to President Biden, about how the pandemic is impeding America's economic recovery, and how vaccinations will help.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Families Splurge On Clothes And Electronics In Likely Record Back-To-School Spree
Last year it was all about chairs and headphones. This year it's time for T-shirts and sneakers — and more laptops. Back-to-school shopping in the U.S. is expected to top $37 billion.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 27, 2021

Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?
Coastal cities need billions of dollars to build defenses against sea level rise. Tensions are rising over where that funding will come from: taxpayers or private companies with waterfront property?

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 26, 2021

How Jad Abumrad, 'Radiolab' Creator And Co-Host, Got Hooked On Storytelling
Abumrad set out to compose film scores, but instead turned his focus to journalism. He has a new podcast miniseries called The Vanishing of Harry Pace.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 26, 2021

Many Airlines Are Ill-Prepared For The Wave Of Returning Passengers
As millions of Americans return to the skies, some airlines are struggling to meet demand, and deal with a spike in unruly behavior by passengers — mostly over the mask mandate.

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Jul 26, 2021

The Executive Editor At The 'Miami Herald' Responded Publicly To A Racist Email
Miami Herald Executive Editor Monica Richardson published her response to a racist email she received, launching a conversation not only with the sender but with Miami as a whole.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 26, 2021

The Executive Editor At The 'Miami Herald' Responds Publicly To Racist Email
NPR's A Martinez talks to Monica Richardson, the first black executive editor of the Miami Herald, about why she wrote an open letter responding to a racist email she received.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 26, 2021

Marlboro Maker CEO Says The Company Plans To Stop Selling Smokes In The U.K.
Tobacco giant Philip Morris International is pivoting away from cigarettes. Part of its reinvention plan is to stop selling cigarettes in the United Kingdom in the next 10 years.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 25, 2021

Farewell To A New York Icon: The Astor Place Kmart
New Yorkers remember a strange shopping destination where nothing felt quite right: the Kmart on Astor Place. It closed abruptly this month.

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Jul 24, 2021

Some State Officials Say Landmark Opioid Settlement Doesn't Do Enough To Help
A $26-billion settlement has been reached for companies involved in the prescription opioid epidemic. But what happens next?

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 24, 2021

Why Companies Can't Stop Top Execs From Blasting Off To Space or Flying Fighter Jets
Corporate boards often try, but fail, to rein in CEOs and other top execs like Jeff Bezos from risky hobbies like traveling to the edge of space.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 24, 2021

What Can The IRS Do To Enforce Tax Laws?
NPR's Scott Simon discusses the ability of the IRS to enforce tax laws with Chye-Ching Huang of the Tax Law Center at the NYU School of Law.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 24, 2021

Viva Las Vegas! The City's $2 Billion Wedding Industry Is Back
In June, about 340 couples a day were getting hitched in Sin City, a rate higher than even before the pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Frito-Lay Strike Could End As Workers Vote On A New Labor Agreement
Frito-Lay workers are voting on an agreement that could end the strike. It would boost wages, guarantee a weekly day off and end "suicide shifts" — consecutive 12-hour shifts with eight hours between.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

China Issues Counter-Sanctions After U.S. Warned Against Doing Business In Hong Kong
China is imposing fresh counter-sanctions on United States entities just days ahead of a visit by U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

6 Poultry Workers Died From A Nitrogen Leak. OSHA Has Issued $1 Million In Fines
They died when a freezer malfunctioned at the Foundation Food Group's poultry plant in Gainesville, Ga., in January. OSHA cited the company and three others for failing to ensure worker safety.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Six Poultry Workers Died From A Nitrogen Leak. OSHA Has Issued $1 Million In Fines
Six workers died when a freezer malfunctioned at the Foundation Food Group's poultry plant in Gainesville, Ga., in January. OSHA cited the company and three others for failing to ensure worker safety.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Chevy Bolts Are Recalled For A 2nd Time Over Batteries That Can Set The Cars On Fire
Two Bolts that had been fixed under a previous recall caught fire. Until repairs are done, General Motors says owners should park the electric cars outdoors and not charge them overnight.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Farmers Have A Big Problem On Their Hands: They Can't Find A Way To Ship Their Stuff
Cargo ships are unloading containers in the U.S. and immediately shipping them out, empty, to Asia. That's frustrating American farmers and exporters who are struggling to get products overseas.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Transportation Tie-Ups Are Causing Headaches For The Export Business
The bottlenecks aren't just making it hard for Americans to get their hands on imported products. They're also hurting exporters whose containers may leave U.S. ports empty.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

An Energy Company Behind A Major Bribery Scandal In Ohio Will Pay A $230 Million Fine
FirstEnergy Corp. agreed to pay the $230 million fine as part of a deferred prosecution agreement. Acting U.S. Attorney Vipal Patel calls it the "largest criminal penalty ever collected" by his office

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Georgia County Tried To Help Everyone Facing Eviction. Now A Crisis Looms
A federal moratorium on evictions ends next week. But $50 billion from Congress to help Americans behind on rent isn't reaching many who need it. One problem: local rules that deny people the help.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

How Unemployment Can Disproportionately Affect Neighboring States
The recovery from the pandemic-induced recession can differ from state to state. We dig into the reasons behind the vast disparities in jobless rates in New Hampshire and neighboring Massachusetts.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

Farmers Look For Ways To Protect Their Livestock During Climate Change
As summers become hotter due to climate change, farmers are finding it more difficult to keep their animals cool. Some are investing in new facilities and technologies to keep livestock safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 23, 2021

When Your Book Publishes In A Pandemic — Authors Talk About Terrible Timing
A league of unfortunate writers had their books come out in the height of the coronavirus crisis — there are even several online support groups for authors who published mid-pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Reporter Says 'Washington Post' Discriminated Against Her As A Sexual Assault Victim
Politics reporter Felicia Sonmez sued the paper and several of its current and former editors, saying she was not allowed to report on sexual misconduct after speaking about an assault against her.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

The Gun That Killed Billy The Kid Is Going Up For Auction. Starting Bid: $2 Million
An iconic piece of the Wild West goes up for sale: the gun that killed Billy the Kid.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Even With The Economy Down, The Pandemic Sparked A Small Business Boom In America
During the COVID-19 crisis, almost 7 million Americans have started new businesses. Though an all time record, it's not unusual for such conditions to make people hungry to start their own thing.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Hey Investors: Plan Before The Crash
Millions of Americans have started investing during the pandemic. For many it's been a great ride, with stocks hitting all-time highs. But now the market is wobbling, with wild swings up and down.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Democrats Want To Hold Social Media Companies Responsible For Health Misinformation
Democratic senators have introduced a bill that would hold Facebook, YouTube and other social media companies responsible if they promote harmful health claims on their platforms.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

A Major Internet Outage Appears To Have Knocked Down Amazon And Dozens Of Other Sites
Amazon, Delta and Capital One were among dozens of sites hit by the widespread outage. It's unclear what caused the failure, but content distribution network firm Akamai says it was not a cyberattack.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Internet Outage That Crashed Dozens Of Websites Caused By Software Update
Amazon, Delta and Capital One were among dozens of sites hit by the widespread outage. Content distribution network Akamai says the disruption was caused by a software configuration update.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

California Sues Gaming Giant Activision Blizzard Over Unequal Pay, Sexual Harassment
The studio behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft is facing a civil lawsuit over allegations of gender discrimination, sexual harassment and equal pay violations. The company disputes the claims.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Housing Conditions In This Low-Income Neighborhood Pushed Tenants To Sue The Landlord
According to the complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court, living conditions for families in an apartment complex in suburban Maryland include rodent infestation and toxic mold.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

You Adopted A Pandemic Pet. Now You're Going Back To The Office. What Next?
The luxuries of remote work were temporary for many. As workplaces reopen offices and resume in-person operations, pet owners are scrambling to adjust to a new routine.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

The IRS Won't Be Calling, Emailing Or Texting. Don't Fall For Child Tax Credit Scams
"Be alert to criminals who ask you, by phone, email, text - or even on social media, to verify your information," the IRS cautions.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

Tips And 'Service With A Smile' Rules Fuel Sex Harassment In Restaurants, Study Says
The authors say their research is the first to show an empirical link between tipping and forced friendliness to sex harassment. More than 70% of female restaurant workers report being harassed.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

U.S.-German Deal Will Lead To The Completion Of Russian Gas Pipeline
The U.S. and Germany have reached an agreement that will allow a controversial Russian natural gas pipeline, Nord Stream 2, to be completed, without incurring American sanctions.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

The Indicator From Planet Money Probes Inflation's Sneaky Cousin: Shrinkflation
When companies don't want to directly raise prices, they often shrink the size of the product while keeping the same price. This tendency to downsize products has come to be known as shrinkflation.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 22, 2021

News Brief: House's Jan. 6 Probe, Opioid Settlement, ESPN Departure
Two GOP nominees are rejected from a panel set to probe the Capitol riot. States reach a $26 billion national opioid settlement. Maria Taylor is leaving ESPN after a colleague's remark about race.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

PG&E Will Bury 10,000 Miles of Power Lines So They Don't Spark Wildfires
Pacific Gas & Electric expects to spend at least $15 billion on the effort to prevent its fraying grid from igniting trees and other vegetation across drought-stricken California.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

UNC Becomes The First School To Organize Group Endorsement Deals For Its Players
As college athletes nationwide rush to ink individual sponsorship deals under a new NCAA policy, North Carolina is the first to say it will license players in groups alongside school trademarks.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

State Attorneys General Reach A $26 Billion National Opioid Settlement
Payouts will be spread over the next 18 years, with much of the funding going to help communities struggling with high rates of opioid addiction and overdose deaths.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

Striking To End 'Suicide Shifts,' Frito-Lay Workers Ask People To Drop The Doritos
As employees enter a new round of negotiations, they are calling for the public to resist the urge to indulge in Doritos and Cheetos until a new deal that includes less forced overtime is reached.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

Frito-Lay Workers Are In the Third Week Of A Strike Over Wages And Working Conditions
As employees enter a new round of negotiations, they are calling for the public to resist the urge to indulge in Doritos and Cheetos until a new deal that includes less forced overtime is reached.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

Men's Spending Habits Result In More Carbon Emissions Than Women's, A Study Finds
Men spend their money on greenhouse gas-emitting goods and services, such as meat and fuel, at a much higher rate than women, Swedish researchers found.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

Corporate Boards Find It Difficult To Limit Executives' Risk-Taking Hobbies
The risk calculus for companies whose leaders participate in perilous activities is more complicated today, as corporate titans Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos have completed their travels to space.

NPR Topics: Business
Jul 21, 2021

President Biden Wants To Make It Easier For You To Get Your Broken Smartphone Fixed
When it comes to repairing an iPhone, people don't have many options beyond the manufacturer. The same is true for other chip-run devices. A new executive order seeks to expand consumers' choices.

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