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Jul 05, 2022

Drug Distributors Cleared of Blame for Opioids Crisis in W. Va. County
Often described as ground zero for the epidemic, the communities of Cabell County and Huntington, W. Va., had opted out of a settlement and lost their case at trial.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Ford Quarterly Sales Were Up Slightly From Last Year
The automaker sold 483,688 vehicles in the United States in the second quarter.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Euro Hits 20-Year Low Against Dollar as Markets Slide
The euro's decline was the most prominent sign of renewed recession fears, with stocks and oil prices also falling sharply.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

U.S. Aims to Expand Export Bans on China Over Security and Human Rights
The Biden administration is applying lessons learned from controls on Russia during the Ukraine war to try to limit China's military and technological advances.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Infertility Patients and Doctors Fear Abortion Bans Could Restrict I.V.F.
The new state bans don't explicitly cover embryos created outside the womb, but legal experts say overturning Roe could make it easier to place controls on genetic testing, storage and disposal of them.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Archegos Sued by Former Employee for Millions in Lost Pay
A former analyst at the firm said employees were forced to contribute to a $500 million deferred compensation plan, which they were told was guaranteed.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Hacker Offers to Sell Chinese Police Database in Potential Breach
For about $200,000, an unidentified person or group is offering what is described as data on a billion Chinese citizens. A sampling seemed to show the data to be genuine.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

El Salvador's Bitcoin Bet Isn't Paying Off
It brought El Salvador's president, Nayib Bukele, the adulation of the tech community, but reduced scarce funds and moved the nation closer to default.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Crypto Crashed. Wall Street Won.
Plus, a legal twist for collapsed investment firm and founder Bill Hwang.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Twitter, Challenging Orders to Remove Content, Sues India's Government
The company's move echoes legal action last year by WhatsApp, which had been instructed to make its messages traceable to outside parties. That case is still pending.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

SAS Cancels Many Flights After Bankruptcy Filing, Pilot Strike
The carrier's woes are part of a summer full of problems for Europe's travel industry, including staffing shortages and walkouts by fed-up employees.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Lonely Last Days in the Suburban Office Park
A younger generation wants more urban offices, or at least suburban offices that feel more urban.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

How Wall Street Escaped the Crypto Meltdown
As cryptocurrency prices plunged and funds failed, strict rules on risky assets helped Wall Street companies sidestep the worst. Retail investors weren't as lucky.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Veterans of Carter-Era Inflation Warn That Biden Has Few Tools to Tame Prices
President Biden and Democrats face political peril as costs keep rising and midterm elections loom.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts
With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.

NYTimes Business
Jul 05, 2022

On Conservative Radio, Misleading Message Is Clear: ‘Democrats Cheat'
Election fraud claims from 2020 are widespread on talk radio, contributing to the belief that the midterm results cannot be trusted.

NYTimes Business
Jul 04, 2022

Germany Posts First Monthly Trade Deficit in 30 Years
High energy prices and disrupted supply chains dent the image of "Made in Germany," as May imports exceeded exports for the first time in decades.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Air Travelers Face Delays and Cancellations on July 4 Weekend
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Three Dead in Denmark After Shooting in Copenhagen Mall
The police said that one person was in custody but that it was too early to suggest a motive for the shooting, which happened at the Field's shopping center on Sunday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Air Travelers Face Delays and Cancelations on July 4 Weekend
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Martin Guzmán, Argentina's Economy Minister, Abruptly Quits
Martin Guzmán had negotiated a deal to restructure $44 billion of the country's debt. His departure threatens to destabilize an already shaken economy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Several Dead in Denmark After Shooting in Copenhagen Mall
The police said that one person was in custody but that it was too early to suggest a motive for the shooting, which happened at the Field's shopping center on Sunday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Listeria Outbreak Is Linked to Ice Cream, C.D.C. Says
Big Olaf Ice Cream products, which are made in Florida, have sickened people across 10 states, the federal authorities said.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Police Make Arrest in Copenhagen Mall Shooting
The police said that several people had been struck at the Field's shopping center on Sunday, though their conditions were not immediately clear.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Florida Man Posing as Disney Worker Charged in Removal of R2-D2 at Hotel
David Proudfoot told investigators he had applied for a security job at Walt Disney World and hoped to prove himself by highlighting lapses in Disney's oversight.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

Florida Man Charged With Theft in Removal of R2-D2 at Disney Hotel
David Proudfoot told investigators he applied for a security job at Walt Disney World and hoped to prove himself by highlighting lapses in Disney's oversight.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

The Week in Business: Spending More, Getting Less
The stock market had its worst first six months of a year since 1970. The Supreme Court dealt a blow to Biden's climate plans. And the June jobs report is coming.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

In Buffalo, New Apartments Sprout Up in Vacant Warehouses
A decade-long effort to transform industrial relics is showing signs of progress and expanding the city's population for the first time in 70 years.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

A Clunky Mask May be the Answer to Airborne Disease and N95 Waste
Experts say the U.S. government has unintentionally encouraged a dependency on imported masks by failing to promote elastomeric respirators, a reusable mask that is domestically produced.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

A Clunky, Reusable Mask May be the Answer to N95 Waste
Experts say the U.S. government has unintentionally encouraged a dependency on imported masks by failing to promote elastomeric respirators, a reusable mask that is domestically produced.

NYTimes Business
Jul 03, 2022

3-D Printing Grows Beyond Its Novelty Roots
With the technology improving and costs falling, 3-D printing could be poised to play a major role in manufacturing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Post-Roe, Women Discover How Their Employer Influences Abortion Access
After the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, many women are discovering that their employer can shape major decisions in their lives even more than it did a week ago.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Thousands of Flights Are Delayed or Canceled as July 4 Travel Kicks Off
Airlines, dealing with bad weather and staffing shortages, struggle to keep up with high demand over the July 4 weekend.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Bruce Katz, Pioneer of the Walking Shoe, Is Dead at 75
A third-generation shoe manufacturer, he built Rockport with his father and, before selling it to Reebok, campaigned to turn walking into a fitness movement.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Tesla Sales Slow as the Pandemic Hobbles Production
The decline in deliveries by the electric carmaker in the second quarter was the first drop since the beginning of 2020. The main reason was factory shutdowns in China.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Tesla Sales Slow as Pandemic Hobbles Production
Deliveries by the electric carmaker fell in the second quarter because of factory shutdowns in China.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Gas Prices Around the World Threaten Livelihoods and Stability
Around the world, from South Asia and Africa to Europe and Latin America, the cost of filling a car's tank, getting to work and cooking dinner has spiked.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

When Where You Work Determines if You Can Get an Abortion
After the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, many women are discovering that their employer can shape major decisions in their lives even more than it did a week ago.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Did the Supreme Court Open the Door to Reviving One of Its Worst Decisions?
Lochner v. New York, a 1905 decision on labor law, is imprinted on today's law students as an example of bad jurisprudence. But those old days could be returning.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Inflation Is Posing 19 Problems for One Central Bank
After more than a decade of worrying about low inflation, the European Central Bank is trying to tackle the problem of high inflation across the eurozone's economies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

Inflation Is Posing 19 Problems for the European Central Bank
After more than a decade of worrying about low inflation, the European Central Bank is trying to tackle the problem of high inflation across the eurozone's economies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 02, 2022

The Federal Government Subsidizes Abortions. Will That Last?
Individuals can often use health insurance or flexible spending accounts to pay for abortions or deduct the cost on tax returns. Congress might weigh in.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Mark Zuckerberg Prepares Meta Employees for a Tougher 2022
In an internal meeting this week, Mr. Zuckerberg said the tech giant was facing one of the "worst downturns that we've seen in recent history."

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Trump Media is subpoenaed in federal inquiry of Truth Social deal.
The investigation threatens to delay a merger that would provide Trump Media and its platform, Truth Social, with up to $1.3 billion.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Father of Technoblade, YouTube Minecraft Star, Says His Son Has Died
He read his son's final message on the YouTube channel where the 20-something had entertained more than 11 million subscribers with Minecraft gameplay and wry commentary. The title: "so long nerds."

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Where Military Paychecks Are Prime Targets
An entire financial ecosystem surrounds the nation's military installations. It's a perilous landscape for young soldiers with little financial experience.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Pandemic-battered movie theaters are feeling good after a strong June.
Films like "Top Gun: Maverick" and "Jurassic World Dominion" performed very well at the box office, and "Minions: The Rise of Gru" is expected to continue the trend.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Technoblade, YouTube Star Popular for Minecraft Videos, Has Died
Technoblade's father announced the death in a video on his son's YouTube channel, where he had entertained more than 11 million subscribers with his Minecraft gameplay and wry commentary.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

London Modern and Contemporary Auctions: A Market Minus the Froth
The prices — $36.9 million for Monet paintings, and $52.8 million for a Francis Bacon — show that even as Britain's share of the global art market has decreased, it's an important player.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Will There Be Enough Monkeypox Vaccine?
A factory making Jynneos, the safest vaccine, has been closed since August, threatening global supplies as the virus spreads.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Auto Sear: $20 Device That Turns Handguns Into Automatic Weapons
Last year, U.S. officials seized 1,500 guns with "auto sears" — and experts suggest they account for a small fraction of the total that exist.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Fourth of July Weekend Will Test Airlines Struggling to Bounce Back
After shedding staff in the pandemic, airlines are scrambling to respond to increased demand.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

TikTok tells Republican senators how it plans to keep American data away from China.
"We know we are among the most scrutinized platforms from a security standpoint," the video app's chief executive wrote.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

GM Quarterly Sales Fall Amid Shortage in Computer Chips and Other Parts
A global shortage of computer chips continues to limit automakers' production.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Eurozone Inflation Rises to 8.6 Percent, the Highest Ever
Nearly half of the countries in the currency area have now reached double-digit inflation.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

How TikTok Became a Best Seller Machine
#BookTok, where enthusiastic readers share reading recommendations, has gone from being a novelty to becoming an anchor in the publishing industry and a dominant driver of fiction sales.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Paying Down Credit Card Balances, Emergency Savings and Other Tips
Now is also a good time to put aside emergency savings, financial experts say.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Supreme Court in EPA Delivers a Blow to Washington Regulators
Plus, the July 4th holiday weekend will test airlines.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Putin Moves to Seize Sakhalin-2, the Natural Gas Venture
Shell and two Japanese companies, Mitsui and Mitsubishi, are minority shareholders in the Sakhalin-2 joint venture.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Eurozone inflation rises to 8.6 percent, the highest ever, driven by energy prices.
Nearly half of the countries in the currency area have now reached double-digit inflation.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Eurozone inflation rises to 8.6 percent, the highest ever, driven by high energy prices.
Nearly half of the countries in the currency area have now reached double-digit inflation.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Baltimore Banner, a News Start-Up, Aims to Challenge The Sun
The internet has pretty much killed local news wars. The Baltimore Banner, a nonprofit start-up, is trying to change that by taking on The Baltimore Sun.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Sun Valley Conference 2022: When Private Jets Land in Small-Town Idaho
Every July, as the elite Sun Valley conference kicks off, one man shepherds multimillion-dollar private planes and some of the world's most powerful people.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Workers at Airports Have Had It
Across Europe, airport and other transport employees are striking, disrupting summer travel plans to demand better staffing and pay.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Why Airport Employees Are Striking
Across Europe, airport and other transport employees are striking, disrupting summer travel plans to demand better staffing and pay.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

Gas Prices Force Many to Rethink Driving, and Spending
As summer trips beckon, some are traveling less, at least by car. And those candy bars at the convenience store may find fewer takers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 01, 2022

What to Know About Flight Delays and Cancellations This Summer
Going into the Fourth of July weekend, with nearly 13 million people expected to fly on U.S. carriers, we look at the numbers behind the delays and cancellations and see what lessons can be learned.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Former Apple Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading
The official was the senior director of corporate law at Apple until he was fired in late 2018.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Uber Safety Report Says Sexual Assaults Down but Rate of Traffic Deaths Up
The company's second safety report, delayed by the pandemic, is part of a campaign to assure customers that its rides are not dangerous.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Income and Spending Rose Less Than Prices in May
After the latest monthly consumer data, some analysts expect a second straight quarter of decline in the U.S. gross domestic product.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Regulator in Puerto Rico suspends operations of Euro Pacific Bank.
An international group of tax authorities had moved two years ago to stop the boutique online bank from serving as a vehicle for suspected tax evasion and money laundering.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Regulator in Puerto Rico Suspends Euro Pacific Bank Operations
An international group of tax authorities had moved two years ago to stop the boutique online bank from serving as a vehicle for suspected tax evasion and money laundering.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Euro Pacific Bank Operations Suspended by Puerto Rico Regulator
An international group of tax authorities had moved two years ago to stop the boutique online bank from serving as a vehicle for suspected tax evasion and money laundering.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

D.E. Shaw Ordered to Pay $52 Million in Defamation Case
An arbitration settlement ends a dispute between D.E. Shaw and one of its former partners, Daniel Michalow, who was ousted over sexual misconduct allegations.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Media Companies Expand Health Coverage After Supreme Court Abortion Ruling
News organizations join other businesses that will reimburse employees who need to travel to access reproductive health care.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Germany's Largest Importer of Russian Gas Is in Bailout Talks
Uniper, an important energy provider, said it was forced to spend more to buy gas after Gazprom cut deliveries, to just 40 percent of ordered amounts.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Missing From Biden's Europe Trip: An Endgame for War and Cheaper Gas
The G7 and NATO meetings this week underscored the pressure on Western leaders caused by soaring energy costs resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Netflix Says It's Business as Usual. Is That Good Enough?
Long Hollywood's leading innovator, the streaming service is staying the course, despite serious challenges to its business and questions about its content.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Media companies expand health coverage after the Supreme Court abortion ruling.
News organizations join other businesses that will reimburse employees who need to travel to access reproductive health care.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

The Era of Buying Top Sports Cars Cheaply Seems to Be Over
Because of depreciation, buyers could once get high-end cars at a fraction of the their original cost. No longer.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Why Deleting Your Period Tracker Won't Protect Your Privacy
Tweets telling women to do that went viral after Roe v. Wade was overturned, but experts say other digital data are more likely to reveal an illegal abortion.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

To Save Its Honey Industry, Australia Is Killing Bees by the Millions
Australia is the only major honey-producing country that has so far managed to contain the spread of a mite fatal to bees. That distinction is now in peril.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Income and Spending Rose Less than Prices in May.
Consumer spending, adjusted for inflation, fell for the first time this year.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

The Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauge Moderated Slightly in May.
The Personal Consumption Expenditure index, which the central bank officially targets, has been running hot for more than a year.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Missing From Biden's Europe Trip: An Endgame for War and Cheaper Gasoline
The G7 and NATO meetings this week underscored the pressure on Western leaders caused by soaring energy costs resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Reconsidering Privacy Risks After Roe
Many women are worried that their data might be used against them — whether it's period tracking apps, digital receipts or other information collected by companies.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Spirit Calls Off Vote on Frontier Bid as Talks with JetBlue Continue
Spirit Airlines said it would continue to talk with both suitors, putting off a shareholder vote until July 8.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

As OPEC Plus Nears a Milestone, Focus Shifts to Russia and the U.S.
The group is expected to restore its production target to prepandemic levels. But whether that goal is attained is another matter.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Pessimism about the economy is growing, a U.S. poll shows.
Roughly half of those surveyed say they are worse off financially than a year ago, and most disapprove of President Biden's handling of inflation.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Where an Army Paycheck Is an Easy Target
An entire financial ecosystem surrounds the nation's military installations. It's a perilous landscape for young soldiers with little financial experience.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

After Stock Market's Worst Start in 50 Years, Some See More Pain Ahead
At the halfway point of the year, it's been a historically horrible time for stocks. Bonds are in bad shape, too.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

After Worst Start in 50 Years, Some See More Pain Ahead for Stock Market
At the halfway point of the year, it's been a historically horrible time for stocks. Bonds are in bad shape, too.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

How North Korea Used Crypto to Hack Its Way Through the Pandemic
The isolated country continues to find ways to evade sanctions and generate income while operating on the fringes of the global financial system.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

Deleting Your Period Tracker Won't Protect You
Tweets telling women to do that went viral after Roe v. Wade was overturned, but experts say other digital data are more likely to reveal an illegal abortion.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

House-Flipping Rate Rises, but Investors' Profits Are Falling
Nearly 10 percent of U.S. homes sold in the first quarter of 2022 were flipped, but investors were challenged by shrinking supply and rising costs.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

As Dockworkers Near Contract's End, Many Others Have a Stake
West Coast longshoremen and port operators say they're determined to reach an agreement, but truckers and retailers relying on cargo are uneasy.

NYTimes Business
Jun 30, 2022

John Visentin, Xerox C.E.O., Dies at 59
The photocopying and printing company said that Mr. Visentin died of "complications from an ongoing illness."

NYTimes Business
Jun 29, 2022

McKinsey Guided Companies at the Center of the Opioid Crisis
The consulting firm offered clients "in-depth experience in narcotics," from poppy fields to pills more powerful than Purdue's OxyContin.

NYTimes Business
Jun 29, 2022

Airbnb Announces a Permanent Ban on Parties
The company temporarily restricted large gatherings at its properties in 2020. Now it says it is permanently prohibiting "disruptive parties and events," including those promoted on social media.

NYTimes Business
Jun 29, 2022

Spirit Airlines Calls Off a Thursday Reckoning on Frontier's Bid
Spirit said it would continue to talk with both Frontier and JetBlue, putting off a shareholder meeting until July 8.

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