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NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

What is An Olympic Gold Medal Actually Worth?
Some former Olympians have resorted to selling their medals because of financial hardships or to raise money for charity.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

How Local Media Spreads Misinformation From Vaccine Skeptics
Facebook and other social media have been under scrutiny for vaccine misinformation, but local outlets have also sometimes been active.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

To Fight Vaccine Lies, Authorities Recruit an ‘Influencer Army'
The White House has teamed up with TikTok stars, while some states are paying "local micro influencers" for pro-vaccine campaigns.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

Sunken ‘Jungle Cruise' Sales Reflect Hollywood's Delta Variant Troubles
The mega-budget comedic adventure took in $34 million in North America and $30 million on Disney worldwide.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

The Week in Business: Robinhood Fizzled as Silicon Valley Sizzled
The stock-trading app Robinhood had a weak stock market opening, while Silicon Valley companies continued to set new earnings records.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

Can Paramount Succeed? One Producer Hopes to Make It So.
"He's our future," one CBS Studios executive said of Alex Kurtzman, who has a lucrative contract to expand the "Star Trek" universe — and with it the streaming service's audience.

NYTimes Business
Aug 01, 2021

Murals at San Francisco School Should Stay for Now, Judge Says
In response to a lawsuit, a judge says an environmental review must take place before any action is taken to remove or hide the Depression-era murals that some consider offensive.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

'Purge' Movie Shooting: 2 Dead in Random Attack, Officials Say
Anthony Barajas, who was popular on TikTok, and Rylee Goodrich were each shot in the head at a theater in Corona, Calif., in what the district attorney said was an unprovoked attack.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

Anthony Barajas of TikTok Dies After Shooting at Movie Theater
Anthony Barajas, who was popular on TikTok, and Rylee Goodrich were each shot in the head at a theater in Corona, Calif., in what the district attorney said was an unprovoked attack.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

Eviction Moratorium Set to Lapse as Biden Aid Effort Falters
The administration made a last-ditch, failed appeal to extend the moratorium to buy more time for states to distribute rental aid.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

‘This Could Have Been a Zoom Meeting': Companies Rethink Travel
Before business travel fully takes off again, some companies are taking steps to rein it in.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

‘This Could Have Been a Zoom Meeting:' Companies Rethink Travel
Before business travel fully takes off again, some companies are taking steps to rein it in.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

Home Prices Are Soaring. Is That the Fed's Problem?
Low interest rates are one reason that the housing market has taken off. They are far from the only one.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

Can Fake Accounts Save the Internet?
Reconsidering pseudonymity and what it means to "be yourself" online.

NYTimes Business
Jul 31, 2021

We Asked Daves About Dave, Marcus and Other First-Name Money Apps
When's the last time you went into a bank branch? Maybe it's time to consider those friendly sounding financial start-ups.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Vaccine Mandates Gain Steam as Walmart and Disney Require Shots
Walmart's mandate applies to office workers and traveling managers but not to store and warehouse employees. Disney said it had begun conversations with unions to expand its requirement to those workers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Bezos' Blue Origin Loses Challenge to NASA SpaceX Lunar Lander Contract
The Government Accountability Office said a $2.9 billion award to SpaceX to build the next lunar lander for astronauts would stand.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

U.S. Authorities Seek Documents From Troubled Covid Vaccine Manufacturer
Emergent BioSolutions, which ruined 75 million vaccine doses at its Baltimore plant, disclosed records requests from Congress and federal and state law enforcement agencies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Disney will require vaccinations for many workers, and Walmart and others restore mask mandates.
Kroger and Publix reinstated mask requirements for employees in some areas. Walmart went a step further by requiring vaccines for some corporate employees.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Infrastructure Deal Puts Cryptocurrencies in Washington's Cross Hairs
A provision in the Senate legislation would give the I.R.S. more power to scrutinize a largely unregulated corner of finance.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart and other retailers return to mask mandates as virus cases rise.
Kroger and Publix reinstated mask requirements for employees in some areas. Walmart went a step further by requiring vaccines for some corporate employees.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Guggenheim Museum Curators Move to Join a Union
The curators, as well as conservators and other staff, are looking to join a local of the United Auto Workers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

More companies react to the Delta variant, as Walmart returns some mask mandates.
The New York Times delayed its return to office indefinitely, though offices will be open for vaccinated employees who want to go in voluntarily.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart Returns Some Mask Mandates, and NYT Delays Return to Office
The New York Times delayed its return to office indefinitely, though offices will be open for vaccinated employees who want to go in voluntarily.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Vaccinated People May Spread the Virus, Though Rarely, C.D.C. Reports
The agency cited an outbreak in Provincetown, Mass., in which most of the infected were immunized. Unpublished internal documents paint an even more harrowing picture.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

L Brands Agrees to New Policies Tied to Sexual Harassment Claims
The owner of Victoria's Secret will release current and former employees from certain nondisclosure agreements as part of a settlement of a shareholder lawsuit.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Spanish Court Targets Chilean Bank Tied to Pinochet
Spurred by victims of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's regime, the court has reopened an investigation into whether Banco de Chile helped the former Chilean dictator launder money.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

The Fed's Favorite Price Index Rose 4 Percent. What Comes Next?
The Federal Reserve's inflation gauge popped in June from the prior year. Economists think it will begin to moderate.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

It's OK to Say No to More Work
Remember to draw boundaries early and often — and always invoice for the forced "fun" of team-building activities.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

New York Times Delays Office Return, Joining Other Companies
The Times's offices will be open for those who want to go in voluntarily, with a mandatory proof of vaccination.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

The Tao of Snoop Dogg
"Companies that get down with me know how I get down."

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

The Fed's favorite price index rose again in June, as consumer spending came in strong.
The Personal Consumption Expenditures index popped 4 percent in June from the prior year. Economists think it will begin to moderate.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Nonprofits Get a New Type of Donation: Cryptocurrency
There are risks for both the donor and the receiver, starting with the yo-yoing values. A $5 million gift today may be worth $3 million or $7 million next week.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Europe recovers from double-dip recession but lags the United States.
The eurozone economy grew 2 percent last quarter, as lockdowns eased and business activity stirred.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

The Fed's favorite price index rose 4 percent.
The Federal Reserve's inflation gauge popped in June from the prior year. Economists think it will begin to moderate.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

SPACs on Trial
Charges against the founder of Nikola cast a shadow over the blank-check boom.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Eurozone G.D.P. Rises 2 Percent
The eurozone economy grew 2 percent last quarter, as lockdowns eased and business activity stirred.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Nooses, Anger and No Answers: Inside the Uproar Over a Future Amazon Site
The discovery of multiple nooses has set off heated debates about the responsibility of companies and the ability of workers to speak their mind.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

China's Parents Say For-Profit Tutoring Ban Helps Only the Rich
Many families and experts say Beijing's education overhaul will help the rich and make the system even more competitive for those who can barely afford it.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

Why Elite Female Athletes Are Turning Away From Major Sponsors
Smaller brands are working with athletes in different ways, like giving them equity or roles in developing products, and are paying more attention to their personal stories.

NYTimes Business
Jul 30, 2021

C.D.C. Internal Report Calls Delta Variant as Contagious as Chickenpox
Infections in vaccinated Americans also may be as transmissible as those in unvaccinated people, the document says, and lead more often to severe illness.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

How Biden Got the Infrastructure Deal Trump Couldn't
The early success of the deal vindicated the president's faith in bipartisanship. If he can keep it on track, it will help affirm the rationale for his presidency.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

How Often Do the Vaccinated Spread Covid-19?
The C.D.C.'s new masking advice was based in part on data showing that the virus can thrive in the airways of vaccinated people. The findings are expected on Friday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Behind the Masks, a Mystery: How Often Do the Vaccinated Spread the Virus?
The C.D.C.'s new masking advice was based in part on data showing that the virus can thrive in the airways of vaccinated people. The findings are expected on Friday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Douglas Chrismas, Gallery Owner, Arrested on Embezzlement Charge
The Los Angeles art dealer Douglas Chrismas has surrendered to the F.B.I. and a trial date has been set for September.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

As Covid Delta Variant Spreads, Restaurants Grapple With New Health Mandates
Despite confusing health mandates and vocal opposition, many businesses are taking their own steps, including requiring vaccination proof to dine in.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Murals at a San Francisco School Should Stay for Now, Judge Says
In response to a lawsuit, the judge says an environmental review must take place before any removal or hiding of the Depression-era murals that some consider offensive.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow' Release
The star said making the film available on Disney at the same time it opened in theaters "dramatically" lowered box office revenue, which could cost her tens of millions of dollars.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Amazon's quarterly profit jumps to $7.8 billion.
Even as businesses have reopened, many people continue to do their shopping online, and much of that business continues to go Amazon's way.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Robinhood I.P.O.: Shares Fall 8.4%
The stock opened at $38, the same as its I.P.O. price. The price's drop was a sign of investor hesitancy over a company that has attracted regulatory scrutiny.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Alden Closes Bowie Blade-News After Buying Tribune Publishing, Its Owner
Since Alden Global Capital bought the Tribune Publishing newspaper chain, newsrooms have shrunk and a Maryland weekly has shut down.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Alden Closes a Newspaper After Buying Its Owner, Tribune
Since Alden Global Capital bought the Tribune Publishing newspaper chain, newsrooms have shrunk and a Maryland weekly has shut down.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Activision, Facing Internal Turmoil, Grapples With #MeToo Reckoning
More than 1,500 employees for the video game giant, which is facing an explosive state lawsuit, have called for executives to take sexual harassment seriously.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

What's Next for New York, a Times Virtual Event
As the city rouses from Covid restrictions, explore the city's fiscal, cultural and political future with the mayoral nominee Eric Adams and others.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Robinhood's shares fall in its public trading debut.
The stock opened at $38, the same as its I.P.O. price, and then declined. It was a sign of investor hesitancy over a company that has attracted regulatory scrutiny.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Who Discriminates in Hiring? A New Study Can Tell.
Applications seemingly from Black candidates got fewer replies than those evidently from white candidates. The method could point to specific companies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Robinhood I.P.O.: Shares Fall After Opening at $38
The stock opened at $38, the same as its I.P.O. price, and then declined. It was a sign of investor hesitancy over a company that has attracted regulatory scrutiny.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

NBC Expects to Turn Profit on Tokyo Olympics
Comcast's new streaming service has 20 million active accounts every month. Despite low ratings for the games, the company expects to make a profit on the Olympics.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Olympics Draws Viewers to NBCUniversal's Peacock
Comcast's new streaming service has 20 million active accounts every month. Despite low ratings for the games, the company expects to make a profit on the Olympics.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Trump-era Limit on Nursing Homes Safety Fines Is Lifted
The Biden administration has quietly undone a Trump policy that severely restricted penalties imposed on facilities that violated safety standards.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

When to Take a Mental Health Day
Here's how to protect your mental health in a culture that values work over well-being.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Marian Goodman Appoints Five Partners
Goodman, a defining presence in the art world for decades, has now promoted five employees as partners to shape the business's future.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Consumers were a big factor in the second-quarter G.D.P. expansion.
A 2.8 percent rise in spending on services helped offset declines in other areas of the economy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Nikola Founder Trevor Milton Charged With Securities Fraud
Federal prosecutors charged Mr. Milton with misleading investors about the technology for battery- and hydrogen-powered vehicles Nikola had hoped to manufacture.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Growth Is Strong, but the Obstacles to Full Recovery Are Big
The new G.D.P. numbers paint a vivid picture of a nation still struggling to complete an economic readjustment.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Consumer Spending Was a Big Factor in G.D.P. Expansion
A 2.8 percent rise in spending on services helped offset declines in other areas of the economy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Ron Popeil, Inventor and Ubiquitous Infomercial Pitchman, Dies at 86
Mr. Popeil became a well-known presence on TV, hawking products that people didn't know they needed, including the Veg-O-Matic and the Inside-the-Shell Egg Scrambler.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Nikola Chairman Trevor Milton Resigns Amid Fraud Claims
Trevor Milton, founder and executive chairman of Nikola, resigned after an investment fund accused him of making false assertions about his company's technology.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

The U.S. economy grew 1.6 percent in the second quarter, returning to prepandemic size.
The G.D.P. figure was the latest gauge of a recovery that could be challenged by the Delta variant of the coronavirus. On an annualized basis, second-quarter growth was 6.5 percent.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

U.S. Economy Grew 1.6% in Second Quarter
The G.D.P. figure was the latest gauge of a recovery that could be challenged by the Delta variant of the coronavirus. On an annualized basis, second-quarter growth was 6.5 percent.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Robinhood Shares Are Set to Begin Trading
Institutional investors are wary, but they will play a smaller role than usual in the investment app's unorthodox I.P.O.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Is Robinhood Worth $32 Billion?
Opinions abound ahead of the first day of trading for the popular but controversial investment app.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Gems in the Backyard? A Tall Tale Has Glimmers of Truth.
News reports that workers in Sri Lanka dug up a cluster of sapphires worth up to $100 million were a welcome distraction for a pandemic-weary public.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Credit Suisse Report Details Failings in Archegos Debacle
The Swiss bank, which lost $5.5 billion in the hedge fund's collapse, will fire nine employees and order that some bonuses be paid back.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Embracing Vintage Cars in the Catskills
A garage turned coffee shop and a restaurant fixing up Mustangs in the basement: The car scene is expanding beyond a high-end racetrack country club.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

As they begin to set sail again, cruises lines are optimistic for a turnaround.


NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Why Turkey's Regulators Became Such a Problem for Google
The antitrust backlash against Big Tech is playing out in places not known as regulatory hotbeds.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Retailers Revisit Mask Debate After New C.D.C. Guidelines
Companies that dealt with shifting recommendations, angry customers and vulnerable employees earlier in the pandemic find themselves again considering mask mandates.

NYTimes Business
Jul 29, 2021

Here's How Companies Are Responding to the Rise in Virus Cases
Large businesses are revising their rules about employee vaccinations and wearing masks as the Delta variant drives up infections.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Covid Aid Programs Spur Record Drop in Poverty
The most comprehensive study yet of the federal response to the pandemic shows huge but temporary benefits for the poor — and helps frame a larger debate over the role of government.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Lyft pushes office return date to February as Twitter closes offices it had reopened.
A jump in virus cases has many companies rethinking their plans.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Robinhood Prices Its I.P.O. at $38 a Share
The stock trading app is set to start trading as a public company on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

A Look at What's in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal
The White House and bipartisan lawmakers have agreed on a package that would provide funding for roads, bridges and other physical infrastructure.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

What's in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal
The White House and bipartisan lawmakers have agreed on a package that would provide funding for roads, bridges and other physical infrastructure.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Federal Reserve Keeps Rates Unchanged but Cites ‘Progress' Toward Goals
The central bank gave the clearest hint yet that it will soon begin to shift bond-buying from emergency mode.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Comparte tus historias sobre el regreso a la oficina si no trabajas en un escritorio
Millones de estadounidenses están volviendo a trabajar en hospitales, tiendas, restaurantes y escuelas. Para una breve serie, estamos pidiendo las historias de dichos trabajadores sobre sus preocupaciones y expectativas para el futuro.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Facebook's profit surges 101 percent on strong ad sales.
Advertising revenue, which continues to be the bulk of Facebook's income, rose 56 percent to $28.6 billion, easily surpassing Wall Street expectations.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Ford profit drops 50 percent because of a global chip shortage.
Ford has had to halt or slow production of highly profitable models like the F-150 pickup truck and various sport-utility vehicles.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Apple will require masks for customers and employees in many U.S. stores.
Apple had lifted mask requirements in its American stores earlier this year, but the Delta variant prompted it to reverse course.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Gawker: The Return
After a failed reboot attempt two years ago, the site that helped set the tone for digital journalism is back.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Citing New Data, Pfizer Outlines Case for Booster Shots
Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine may become slightly weaker over time, the company reported. But experts said that most people won't need boosters anytime soon.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Federal Reserve Keeps Rates Unchanged but Cites ‘Progress' Toward Its Goals
The central bank held policy steady. But it made the clearest hint yet that it will soon begin to shift from emergency mode.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Watch as Jerome Powell takes questions after the Fed leaves rates unchanged.
The tech giant joins other companies that have readjusted their plans as the more contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus sweeps through the country.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Nursing Homes May Face Steeper Safety Fines
The Biden administration has quietly undone a Trump policy that severely restricted penalties imposed on facilities that violated safety standards.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Google Mandates Vaccines for Workers and Delays Return to Office
The tech giant joins other companies that have readjusted their plans as the more contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus sweeps through the country.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Women Surgeons at Greater Risk of Pregnancy Loss, Study Finds
The demands of the profession appear to clash with the process of starting a family. "There's a health risk in it."

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Inflation Is New Battle Line as Republicans and Biden Spar Over Spending
Republicans say President Biden's spending plans will cause inflation to continue rising, but the White House says the proposals could actually help tame costs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Facebook Antitrust Suit Dismissal Will Be Appealed, States Say
A federal judge eviscerated arguments by more than 40 state attorneys general that Facebook had a monopoly.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

Sun Dawu, Outspoken Chinese Tycoon, Sentenced to 18 years
The sentence for Sun Dawu, a prominent rural tycoon, is the latest harsh penalty doled out against outspoken business leaders.

NYTimes Business
Jul 28, 2021

New C.D.C. mask guidance complicates back-to-office plans.
Companies that have already opened their doors must decide whether to retrench on masking policies. Others are weighing vaccine mandates.

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