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NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

The Week in Business: Shoppers Open Their Wallets
A shake-up at Disney. Scrutiny of Ticketmaster in the wake of chaos in Taylor Swift concert ticket sales. And coming up: Is hiring slowing?

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

Diving Into the Local Culture on the Caribbean Island of St. Lucia
Creole cooking classes, boisterous street parties, a tour of a cacao plantation and visits with islanders preserving local traditions: A traveler explores a more intimate St. Lucia.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

How Green is Your Cruise?
As cruise companies head into their busiest season, they say they have ambitious plans to find cleaner sources of fuel. But critics say the progress is too slow.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

Is Responsible Travel to Hawaii Fun?
It turns out that farm stays and eco-friendly snorkeling trips really are more entertaining than sitting on a beach with a mai tai. Here's one approach to thoughtful travel in an overtouristed place.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

7 New Escapes in the Caribbean
From an off-the-grid tropical hideaway to a reefside diving resort, these new hotels will take you far from anything that resembles snow and cold.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

Giant Wind Farms Arise Off Scotland, Easing the Pain of Oil's Decline
Oil and gas workers, losing their jobs as fossil fuel investment wanes, find work in the wind energy business.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

These Young Workers Are ‘Romanticizing' the Return to Office
As many others chafe against employer mandates, creators on TikTok —  some new to the work force — are trying to show that the office can be fun.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

Don't Let a Co-Worker Turn Your Life Upside Down
Or sing too loudly through the cubicle.

NYTimes Business
Nov 27, 2022

Business Travel's Rebound Is Being Hit by a Slowing Economy
By the early fall, domestic business travel was back up to nearly two-thirds of its prepandemic level. But companies have now begun to cut back.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

U.S. Allows Chevron to Expand Energy Operations in Venezuela
The license, limited in scope, was issued amid the resumption of talks between the Venezuelan government and opposition, and comes as President Nicolás Maduro desperately needs to improve the economy.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

Tech Turmoil Complicates Canada's Policing of the Online World
The government has four bills before Parliament to reign in tech giants at a time when the industry is retrenching.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

It's Public Land. But the Public Can't Reach It.
A navigation app that illuminates public land within privately held property has supercharged the question of who gets to go where.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

How Free Is the Press in Greece?
Reporters under surveillance. Political opponents being wiretapped. The scandal is called the ‘Greek Watergate.' But not enough people are paying attention.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

How Free Is the Press in the Birthplace of Democracy?
Reporters under surveillance. Political opponents being wiretapped. The scandal is called the ‘Greek Watergate.' But not enough people are paying attention.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

The Excitement Around E-Sports Is Growing. But Where Are the Profits?
Traditional sports owners who invested in competitive video gaming say the money isn't flowing in as quickly as they had expected.

NYTimes Business
Nov 26, 2022

Gina Raimondo, a Rising Star in the Biden Administration, Faces a $100 Billion Test
Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, has made a career of tackling increasingly larger challenges. Could the next one be too big?

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

T. Rowe Price Raises Concerns About News Corp's Merger With Fox
T. Rowe Price, the largest owner of News Corp after the Murdoch family, says the deal risks undervaluing News Corp.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday Shoppers Worry About Economy as Retailers Push Sales
Black Friday deals returned, drawing shoppers back into stores, but inflation worries left many companies unsure what the holiday shopping season would look like.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

Ukraine's Allies Struggle to Agree on Plan to Curb Russia's Oil Revenue
The policy must be in place before an E.U. embargo on Russian oil imports kicks in on Dec. 5. The talks are set to resume next week.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

John Y. Brown Jr., KFC Mogul and Kentucky Governor, Dies at 88
Though his political career was brief, after storming to victory with a former Miss America by his side, he made millions by buying the fried chicken chain.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

Why Big Business Can't Get Enough of the World Cup, Scandal and All
The World Cup in Qatar, which started this week, has been plagued by controversy — and yet companies and countries are tripping over themselves to be part of the show.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

Canadian Singer Kris Wu Sentenced to Prison for Rape in China
Before his arrest over #MeToo allegations, Kris Wu was one of China's most popular entertainers, with legions of fans and brand deals.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

Fire Kills 10 in China's Xinjiang, Raising Questions About Lockdown
A fire in a residential high-rise in Urumqi, where many residents have been under lockdown, set off public anger and questions about China's zero-Covid policy.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

China Is Finally Trying to Fix Its Housing Crisis
After a year on the sidelines, Beijing this week took steps to get hundreds of billions of dollars into the hands of the country's flailing real estate developers.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

How to Manage Credit Card Debt When Holiday Shopping
Card balances have been rising rapidly. But there are ways to navigate the gift-giving season without taking on a lot of new debt.

NYTimes Business
Nov 25, 2022

A Holiday Season Divided by Inflation and Economic Struggles
Even if policymakers achieve a gentle economic slowdown, it won't be smooth for everyone.

NYTimes Business
Nov 24, 2022

iPhone Factory Protest Challenges China's ‘Zero Covid' Rules
Protests are rising as China enacts more lockdowns and quarantines, with no end in sight. The defiance is a test of Xi Jinping's authoritarian leadership.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Flu and RSV Increase Demand for Antibiotics and Antivirals
An intense early flu season, coupled with a pediatric rise in respiratory illnesses, has left families frantically searching for medicines that are in short supply.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Frederick P. Brooks Jr., Computer Design Innovator, Dies at 91
He was a lead designer of the computers that cemented IBM's dominance for decades. He later wrote a book on software engineering that became a quirky classic.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Pablo Eisenberg, Fierce Critic of Aloof Philanthropies, Dies at 90
He fought for transparency, accountability, equity and support directed to grass-roots organizations.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Flu and R.S.V. Increase Demand for Antibiotics and Antivirals
An intense early flu season, coupled with a pediatric rise in respiratory illnesses, has left families frantically searching for medicines that are in short supply.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Alessandro Michele Leaves Gucci
The departure of Alessandro Michele has big implications for the fashion industry. Also, what will Harry Styles and Jared Leto wear now?

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Crypto Firm FTX's Ownership of a U.S. Bank Raises Questions
Through a subsidiary, FTX invested $11.5 million in the parent company of Farmington State Bank, which has a single branch and, until this year, just three employees.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Caroline Ellison Was a Little-Known Crypto Trader. Then FTX Collapsed.
Caroline Ellison, who ran the cryptocurrency trading firm Alameda Research, has found herself at the center of Sam Bankman-Fried's collapsed crypto empire.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

NFL Sends Sunday Ticket Talks With Apple and Google Into Overtime
Talks for Sunday Ticket are expected to spill into next year, as Apple faces increased competition from Google for the league's last available TV rights.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Fed Officials Discussed Slowing Interest Rate Increases ‘Soon'
The central bankers discussed the need to slow rate increases soon at their last meeting, while signaling that they are likely to raise borrowing costs higher.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Billions of Dollars Are at Stake in a Puzzling Holiday Shopping Season
It promises to be unpredictable, with retailers and consumers still figuring out how much will be spent and on what kinds of goods.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Edward C. Prescott, 81, Dies; Won Nobel for Studying Business Cycles
He was among the leading thinkers to explain the economic shocks of the 1970s, and his work was critical to the supply-side economics of the '80s.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Walmart Is Often at the Center of the National Gun Debate
In recent years, the nation's largest retailer has stopped selling handguns and certain rifles, including AR-15s, and raised the minimum age to purchase firearms to 21.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

‘Glass Onion' and ‘Matilda' Test Netflix's Approach to Theatrical Releases
The company agreed to some exclusive theatrical distribution for "Glass Onion" and "Matilda the Musical," but it's not clear exhibitors will get much more.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Manchester United Owners Consider Sale of Storied Club
The Glazer family has hired advisers to weigh its options for the multibillion-dollar soccer club, which it has owned since 2005.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

How to Make the Most of E-Books, and Find Free Ones
Even if you still love printed books, the digital option lets you put an entire library in your bag, just in time for holiday travel and vacation.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Classic Car Show Right at Home in ‘City That Put the World on Wheels'
The first Detroit Concours d'Elegance, part of a series of events traditionally held at upscale resorts, took place in the heart of the Motor City.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

U.S. Blocks Dominican Republic Sugar Imports, Citing Forced Labor
An import ban targets sugar from Central Romana Corporation, a sugar behemoth whose sugar is sold under the Domino, Florida Crystals and C&H brands.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Losses Pile Up in FTX Bankruptcy Turmoil
The crypto exchange's founder, Sam Bankman-Fried, says the company suffered a $51 billon collapse in collateral, but he thinks filing for Chapter 11 was a mistake.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Lawsuit Takes Aim at the Way A.I. Is Built
A programmer is suing Microsoft, GitHub and OpenAI over artificial intelligence technology that generates its own computer code.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Can Sensor Technology Help Keep Office Workers Healthy?
The company OpenSensors uses small, inexpensive sensors to monitor air quality and other conditions in offices. The timing couldn't be better.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Billions of Dollars at Stake in a Puzzling Holiday Shopping Season
It promises to be unpredictable, with retailers and consumers still figuring out how much will be spent and on what kinds of goods.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Regional Airports Have Lost a Large Number of Flights
Small-market airports have borne the brunt of schedule cutbacks, with some losing commercial service entirely. That has travelers facing steeper fares, inconvenient routes or long drives to bigger terminals.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Thanksgiving and Inflation: The Cost of the Holiday This Year
Holiday costs from groceries to travel are up, and consumers have been willing to pay them.

NYTimes Business
Nov 23, 2022

Did You Quit Your Job in the Last Year? We Want to Hear About It.
We are specifically interested in hearing from parents, people whose relationships were affected and those who quit because of burnout.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Black Friday: What Time Walmart, Target, and Other Stores Open Today
Many large retailers said they planned to close their doors on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

The Stores Open and Closed on Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2022
Many large retailers said they planned to close their doors on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

What Time Walmart, Target, and Other Stores Open on Black Friday
Many large retailers said they planned to close their doors on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

FTX Says Assets ‘Missing' or ‘Stolen' as Bankruptcy Process Begins
A substantial amount of the company's assets has disappeared, an FTX lawyer told a bankruptcy judge on Tuesday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

AP Reporter Who Wrote on Russian Missile in Poland No Longer Works There
The NATO secretary general and Polish officials said the explosion was most likely caused by a Ukrainian air-defense missile that was fending off a Russian attack and went off course.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

After Swift Return, Iger Faces Disney's Long-Term Challenges
Robert A. Iger had been gone from the company for less than a year, but he returns to a very different Disney.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Biden Administration Extends Pause on Student Loan Payments
The Biden administration said it would hold off on collecting payments, following legal battles that have blocked the president's plan to cancel significant amounts of student debt.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Chaos Over Taylor Swift Ticket Sales Prompts a Senate Hearing
A committee led by Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota will examine the ticketing industry after failures last week frustrated millions of the superstar's fans.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Robert D. Kern, 96, Whose Emergency Generators Produced Riches, Dies
Born in a garage, his company, Generac, thrived on the threat of power failures to corner the market on portable and backup sources of electricity.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

White House Extends Pause on Student Loan Payments
The Biden administration said it will hold off on collecting payments to give courts time to rule on lawsuits that have blocked the president's debt cancellation plan.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

SPAC Linked to Trump's Media Company Is Granted an Extension on Merger
Digital World now has more time to close its proposed union with Trump Media. But with Twitter welcoming Mr. Trump back, his media company could be less attractive to investors.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Genesis, the Troubled Crypto Lender, Hires a Restructuring Adviser
The firm has been under pressure from its creditors since the crypto exchange FTX began to unravel this month.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Inside Sam Bankman-Fried's Quest to Win Friends and Influence People
In just three years, the FTX co-founder built a massive operation to woo politicians, regulators and nonprofits to support his crypto goals.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Ukraine War Continues to Slow Global Growth, Report Says
"Risks remain tilted to the downside," the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said, predicting economies will grow only 2.2 percent next year.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

As Elon Musk Cuts Costs at Twitter, Some Bills Are Going Unpaid
Mr. Musk and his advisers are examining all types of expenses at Twitter. Some of the social media company's vendors have gotten stiffed.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

FTX Assets Still Missing as Firm Begins Bankruptcy Process
A substantial amount of the company's assets are missing, an FTX lawyer told a bankruptcy judge on Tuesday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

The Stores That Will Be Open on Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2022
Many large retailers said they planned to close their doors on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Robert D. Kern, Developer of Emergency Generators, Dies at 96
Born in a garage, his company, Generac, thrived on the threat of power failures to corner the market on portable and backup sources of electricity.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Elon Musk's Twitter Role Puts Tesla Board Under New Scrutiny
Corporate governance experts say the electric-car maker's directors may need to rein in the chief executive, with whom many have personal ties.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

What Will Bob Iger Do with ESPN and Hulu as CEO of Disney?
With Robert Iger back in charge at Disney, his to-do list takes shape: turn around the streaming businesses, and groom a successor.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

EU Nears Cap on the Price of Russian Oil
E.U. diplomats aim to agree on a price this week, clearing the way to enforce the measure before a Dec. 5 deadline.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Ukraine War Continues to Slow Global Growth, New Report Says
"Risks remain tilted to the downside," the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said, predicting economies will grow only 2.2 percent next year.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Caída de FTX: ¿qué sigue ahora?
El dramático colapso de la bolsa de criptomonedas sigue repercutiendo en todo el sector.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

China's Grandparents Are Done Babysitting and Ready to Go Viral
Rapping grannies, crooning 70-year-olds and gamers in their 80s are challenging traditional Chinese views about aging and what it means to have a long and happy life.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Europe's Wind Industry Is Stumbling When It's Needed Most
Makers of wind turbines are reporting mounting losses, and fret about losing out to rivals from China, as countries chase ambitious clean energy targets.

NYTimes Business
Nov 22, 2022

Outbreaks Test China's Efforts to Limit the Cost of ‘Zero Covid'
China wants to fine-tune its stringent pandemic restrictions to reduce the disruption to daily life caused by lockdowns. But officials are still taking few chances.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Bob Iger's Return to Disney Shocks a Discontented Kingdom
After Bob Chapek, the departing chief executive, tried to put a sunny spin on a disastrous earnings report this month, senior Disney leaders began talking about resigning.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Bog Iger's Return to Disney Shocks a Discontented Kingdom
After Bob Chapek, the departing chief executive, tried to put a sunny spin on a disastrous earnings report this month, senior Disney leaders began talking about resigning.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Penguin Random House-Simon & Schuster Deal Collapses, Breaking Pattern in Publishing
The deal to acquire Simon & Schuster would have made the buyer, Penguin Random House, even larger, and reduced the number of big publishers in the U.S. to four.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Dagny Corcoran, Bookselling Fixture of L.A. Art Scene, Dies at 77
Her store, Art Catalogues, specialized in books for and about museum and gallery exhibitions and became a gathering place for artists and bibliophiles.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

A Huge Merger's Collapse Breaks a Pattern of Consolidation in Publishing
The deal to acquire Simon & Schuster would have made the buyer, Penguin Random House, even larger, and reduced the number of big publishers in the U.S. to four.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Dagny Corcoran, 77, Bookselling Fixture of L.A. Art Scene, Dies at 77
Her store, Art Catalogues, specialized in books for and about museum and gallery exhibitions and became a gathering place for artists and bibliophiles.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

US Approves Aid to Extend Life of California Nuclear Plant
The Energy Department's grant of $1.1 billion is the latest step that could keep the reactor in operation beyond its scheduled shutdown in 2025.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

What Elon Musk Is Doing to Twitter Is What He Did at Tesla and SpaceX
Firing people. Talking of bankruptcy. Telling workers to be "hard core." Mr. Musk has repeatedly used those tactics at many of his companies.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Taylor Swift's ‘Midnights' Returns to No. 1 for a Third Week
Drake and 21 Savage's collaborative album "Her Loss," which topped the chart last week, falls to No. 2.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Bob Iger Returns as Disney CEO After Chapek Is Fired
Mr. Iger is returning to the company he ran for 15 years after being succeeded by Bob Chapek in 2020.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Key Freight Rail Union Rejects Deal, Increasing Strike Risk
The tentative agreement, brokered in September with help from the Biden administration, had averted a strike before the midterm elections.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Investors Cheer C.E.O. Leadership Shakeup at Disney
Shares in the entertainment giant climbed more than 9 percent in premarket trading on Monday following the ouster of chief executive officer Bob Chapek.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Jewelry Counterfeits: The Age-Old Problem Just Keeps Growing
Experts say online sales have fueled an increase in fakes, confusing buyers and stymieing makers from Cartier to independent artisans.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Shaking Off the World's Worries, Jewelry Focuses on Growth
Houses like Bulgari, Cartier and Prada are expanding their factories and adding new product lines.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Beyond Meat Is Struggling, and the Plant-Based Meat Industry Worries
A few years ago, business was booming. That growth has slowed, with some wondering if the number of consumers has reached its limit.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Disney Brings Back Bob Iger After Ousting Chapek as C.E.O.
Mr. Iger is returning to the company he ran for 15 years after being succeeded by Robert Chapek in 2020.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Can Big Tech Get Bigger? Microsoft Presses Governments to Say Yes.
Microsoft's $69 billion deal for Activision Blizzard, which is undergoing reviews in 16 countries, has become a test for whether tech giants can buy companies amid a backlash.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

The Chief Curators of MoMA and the Guggenheim on Leading Change
Ann Temkin of MoMA and Naomi Beckwith of the Guggenheim discuss how they're rethinking business as usual — and why they have reason to be hopeful.

NYTimes Business
Nov 21, 2022

Inside Gary Gensler's SEC Campaign to Rein In the Crypto Industry
Gary Gensler, the chair of the S.E.C., is at the center of a reckoning over the future of cryptocurrency after the implosion of FTX.

NYTimes Business
Nov 20, 2022

Disney Brings Back Robert Iger After Ousting Chapek as C.E.O.
Mr. Iger is returning to the company he ran for 15 years after being succeeded by Robert Chapek in 2020.

NYTimes Business
Nov 20, 2022

News Corp Investors Raise Concerns About Proposed Merger With Fox
Concerned that a merger would undervalue News Corp, investors are asking a special committee of independent board members to look more skeptically at the proposal.

NYTimes Business
Nov 20, 2022

Dagny Corcoran, Bookseller and Fixture of the L.A. Art Scene, Dies at 77
Her store, Art Catalogues, specialized in books for and about museum and gallery exhibitions and became a gathering place for artists and bibliophiles.

NYTimes Business
Nov 20, 2022

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon to Start Independent Production Company, Artists Equity
Unlike streaming services and most studios, they plan to share profits with their actors and off-camera artisans.

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