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NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

FAA Gives Boeing 90 Days to Develop Plan to Address Quality-Control Issues
The announcement came after the agency's administrator met on Tuesday with Boeing officials, including the company's chief executive, to discuss safety.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

Disney and Reliance Industries Announce Media Mega Deal in India
Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries will control what is left of Disney's grasp at India's burgeoning media market.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

The Apple Car is Dead, But the Innovation Behind It Lives on
The tech giant has dropped its electric vehicle project, but some of the development at the heart of the project has helped power other products and services .

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

Microsoft Word's Subtle Typeface Change Affected Millions. Did You Notice?
A change in Microsoft Word's default typeface, from Calibri to Aptos, didn't register for everyone, but fans of typography got excited.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

How to Manage Streaming Subscriptions As Service Prices Rise
Canceling is simple. The tough part is remembering to do it.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

F1 Teams Sauber and AlphaTauri Get New Names
The additional words focus on the gambling, streaming and financial services brands that the Formula 1 teams represent.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

Companies Were Big on CBD. Not Anymore.
A lack of federal regulation and a mishmash of state laws have made selling products featuring the cannabis-derived ingredient not worth the trouble.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

How the Media Industry Keeps Losing the Future
Roger Fidler tried his best, but the excellent business of journalism is gone for good. Can the idea of "news" survive in a digital world?

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

Vermont's Jay Peak Emerges From a Cloud of Financial Scandal
Less than a decade ago, the biggest fraud in ski industry history nearly took down a beloved ski area. But Jay Peak, long known for its powder, has since transformed into a sparkling modern resort.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

China Expands Scope of ‘State Secrets' Law in Security Push
The legal change, which could further limit access to information, is part of an increasingly hostile environment facing foreign businesses in the country.

NYTimes Business
Feb 28, 2024

China's Country Garden Faces Winding Up Petition In Hong Kong
Country Garden was once China's biggest developer but ran out of money. A lender is taking it to court in Hong Kong, a sign of continuing market distress.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Eye Ointments at CVS and Walmart Pulled Because of Infection Risk
Investigators raised concerns about the sterility of the products, which are sold at CVS and Walmart.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Starbucks and Union Agree to Work Out Framework for Contract Talks
In an initial move, the coffeehouse chain said Workers United members would get improved benefits that other employees received in 2022.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Toyota Recalls Over 600,000 Trucks and SUVs Over Safety Concerns
The two recalls, which the vehicle manufacturer announced within a week of each other, were over issues that could increase the risk of a crash.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Apple Kills Its Electric Car Project
The car, which Apple spent billions of dollars researching, had been intended as a rival to Tesla's E.V.s, which include autonomous driving features.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Wendy's Plans to Introduce Surge Pricing
The company plans to introduce dynamic pricing as early as 2025 along with digital menu boards that would reflect price changes, Wendy's chief executive said during a February earnings call.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

OpenAI Seeks to Dismiss Parts of The New York Times's Lawsuit
The artificial intelligence start-up argued that its online chatbot, ChatGPT, is not a substitute for a New York Times subscription.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Exxon Raises Questions About Chevron's $53 Billion Deal for Hess
Exxon may try to upend its rival's megadeal. The prize is a 30 percent stake in the oil-rich fields off the coast of Guyana.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Sam Bankman-Fried Seeks Lenient Sentence and to Appeal Conviction
Since the disgraced cryptocurrency mogul was convicted of fraud last year, his supporters have maneuvered to secure a lenient sentence and change the public narrative about his case.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Alabama IVF Ruling: What to Know About the Costs of Moving Embryos
An Alabama Supreme Court decision has left patients and doctors feeling legally vulnerable, and with many questions. We sought answers from experts.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Alabama I.V.F. Ruling: What to Know About the Costs of Moving Embryos
An Alabama Supreme Court decision has left patients and doctors feeling legally vulnerable, and with many questions. We sought answers from experts.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Levi's Wants You to Rethink Your Denim Shopping
Under a new chief executive, the brand known for jeans is aiming to be a full outfitter, working primarily through its own stores and e-commerce.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

The F.T.C. Boosts Biden's Fight Against Inflation
The regulator's move to block Kroger's $25 billion bid for Albertsons could win the president points with voters squeezed by rising prices.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Yellen Urges Israel to Restore Economic Ties to West Bank
The Treasury secretary said she called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to reduce barriers to commerce for Palestinians.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Macy's Will Close 150 Stores but Expand Bloomingdale's and Bluemercury
The retailer, under a new chief executive and facing a takeover bid, outlined a three-year strategy to achieve "sustainable, profitable growth."

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

An Emboldened F.T.C. Bolsters Biden's Efforts to Address Inflation
With few unilateral options and little hope of legislation from Congress, the president's early investment in competition policy could pay a political dividend.

NYTimes Business
Feb 27, 2024

Corner Offices Are Out; Collaboration Is In. Say Hello to the New Law Firm.
The resiliency of remote work has prompted large law firms to rethink their real estate footprint, shedding space even as they bulk up their head count.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Instagram and Facebook Subscriptions Get New Scrutiny in Child Safety Suit
New Mexico's attorney general has accused Meta of not protecting children from sexual predators on its platforms. He now wants to know how it polices subscribers to accounts featuring children.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

UnitedHealth Cyberattack Disrupts Prescription Drug Coverage
For nearly a week, people have been waylaid at pharmacies after a unit of the nation's largest insurer was shut down by a possible ransomware assault.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Chipmakers Seek More Than $70 Billion in Federal Subsidies
Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, said new investments would put the U.S. on track to produce roughly 20% of the world's most advanced logic chips by the end of the decade.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Disney's Sean Bailey, Longtime Movie Executive, Steps Down
Sean Bailey had hits with live-action versions of "Aladdin" and "The Lion King," but Disney has been on a box office cold streak more recently.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court Seems Wary of State Laws Regulating Social Media Platforms
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court Seems Open to Free Speech Challenges to Social Media Laws
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Why Microsoft Has Accepted Unions, Unlike Its Rivals
Once again a juggernaut thanks to artificial intelligence, Microsoft has worked to shed its strong-arm image. Is there a catch?

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

FTC Sues to Block Kroger-Albertsons $24.6 Billion Grocery Store Merger
The regulator is trying to stop the largest supermarket merger in history, arguing that the deal would eliminate competition and raise prices for consumers.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Housing Costs Are Running Hot, but Is the Data Missing a Cooling Trend?
Pandemic disruptions may have muddled the measurement of home prices in inflation data. That could complicate the Fed's course on interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Boeing's Safety Culture Faulted by F.A.A. in New Report
The report by a group of experts was commissioned at the behest of Congress and in response to fatal crashes involving 737 Max jets in 2018 and 2019.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Trump Media's Impending Merger May Give Him a Financial Lifeline
The deadline for the former president to pay a $454 million civil fraud penalty coincides with the expected closing of a deal involving his social media platform, Truth Social.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

F.T.C. Sues to Block Kroger-Albertsons Grocery Store Deal
The regulator is trying to stop the largest supermarket merger in history, arguing that the deal would eliminate competition and raise prices for consumers.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Jacob Rothschild, Banker, Financier and Philanthropist Dies at 87
The fourth Baron Rothschild, he left the family banking business to start his own company, becoming a powerful financier, patron of the arts and philanthropist.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Rents Are Falling. So Why Isn't That Showing Up in Inflation Data?
Pandemic disruptions may have muddled the measurement of home prices in government data. That could complicate the Fed's course on interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Odysseus Moon Lander Sends Photos Home Before Spacecraft Likely Dies
The privately built American spacecraft's ability to send home images and other data has been limited by its sideways landing. On another part of the moon, a Japanese spacecraft woke up.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Biden Targets a New Economic Villain: Shrinkflation
Liberals prodded the president for years to blame big corporations for price increases. He is finally doing so, in the grocery aisle.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Saudi Arabia Takes Its Money and Influence to Miami
Dozens of U.S. financiers and investors attended the Future Investment Initiative to deepen their business ties with the kingdom.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Why the Cost of Success in English Soccer's Lower Leagues Keeps Going Up
Buying a small-town club offers a tempting entry to ownership. But the sport's economics mean even multimillionaires can struggle to compete.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Your Inhalers and EpiPens Aren't Very Healthy for the Environment
For eco-conscious consumers of personal medical devices, recycling options are limited. Some companies are trying to change that.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Can You Recycle Medical Devices Like Insulin Pens, Inhalers and Covid Tests?
Inhalers, EpiPens, home tests for flu or Covid, mouth guards. They accumulate in our homes, and recycling methods and advice can be tricky to pin down.

NYTimes Business
Feb 26, 2024

Giving Big, a California Couple Gets Gratitude and Scrutiny
Lynda and Stewart Resnick have directed their pistachio fortune toward large, transformational gifts, but also drawn some criticism for their water use in an often parched state.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

AT&T Offers $5 Credit After Widespread Service Outage
Thousands of customers lost service on Thursday when the telecommunications company ran into problems while trying to expand its network, the company's chief executive said.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading After Overhearing Wife's Work Calls
The man made $1.7 million in profits after buying and selling stocks in a company that his wife's employer, BP, acquired, prosecutors said.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

Child Care Is an Industry on the Brink
Five months after the expiration of federal funds, running a child care business is more precarious than ever and many parents are struggling to pay tuition, two surveys show.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

Zong Qinghou, Beverage Tycoon in China, Dies at 79
A bitter but successful battle with Danone of France for control of a joint venture made him the richest person in China for a time.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

What to Know About the Supreme Court Case on Free Speech on Social Media
Both Florida and Texas passed laws regulating how social media companies moderate speech online. The laws, if upheld, could fundamentally alter how the platforms police their sites.

NYTimes Business
Feb 25, 2024

Can a Tech Giant Be Woke?
Microsoft, once again a juggernaut thanks to artificial intelligence, wants to be seen as an ethical employer. Is there a catch?

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

This Man Paid $9,000 for a Pair of Donald Trump Sneakers
Roman Sharf is one of the watch world's best known dealers. Compared to the Patek on his wrist, the shoes were cheap.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

Berkshire Hathaway Reports Profit of $97 Billion Last Year, a Record
The conglomerate saw major gains in its insurance operations and in investment income. But revenues at its railroad and utility businesses declined from 2022.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

Farmers Clash With Police and Macron at Paris Agricultural Fair
At the annual show where the French countryside comes to the capital, President Emmanuel Macron's efforts to calm a monthlong confrontation were met with anger.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

The Cost of Nuclear War in Space
Putting a weapon into orbit is not just a military threat. It's also a risk to the billions of dollars pouring into the space economy.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

Severe Frostbite Gets a Treatment That May Prevent Amputation
The F.D.A. recently approved the first therapy for patients in danger of losing their toes, fingers and other exposed parts of the body.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

35 Hours for a 10-Second Clip: The Art of the TikTok Trick Shot
Videos of people executing elaborate, logic-defying feats with household objects have found an avid following on social media.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

As Medicaid Shrinks, Clinics for the Poor Are Trying to Survive
The end of a pandemic-era policy that barred states from pushing people off Medicaid is threatening the financial stability of the U.S. safety net.

NYTimes Business
Feb 24, 2024

Want to Lose a Lot of Money, Fast? Buy a Small Soccer Team in England.
The country's lower leagues offer a tempting entry to ownership. But the sport's economics mean even multimillionaires can struggle to compete.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Moon Lander Is Lying on Its Side but Still Functional, Officials Say
The Odysseus spacecraft was drifting horizontally as it set down, and a landing strut may have hit an obstacle on the surface.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Florida Passes Sweeping Bill to Keep Young People Off Social Media
The measure would bar networks like YouTube, TikTok and Instagram from giving accounts to children under 16.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Claude Montana, Fashion Designer Whose Look Defined the '80s, Dies at 76
With meticulous tailoring and a taste for leather, he was the architect of the decade's highly structured and eroticized tough chic style.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Trader Joe's Is Coming to Springfield. Just Not That Springfield.
Residents in Springfield, Mo., had asked for a Trader Joe's for years. Just as they thought they were finally getting one, their hopes were dashed.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

A Biden Accuser Was Discredited. Right-Wing Media Is Undeterred.
Revelations that Alexander Smirnov, an F.B.I. informant, was a serial fabulist were downplayed on air and online by those who continued to insist the president should be impeached.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

See a Day in the Life of a New York City Dishwasher
Drevon Alston runs the dish pit at the perennially packed Brooklyn restaurant Gage & Tollner. We followed him as he worked one of his busiest weekend shifts.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Biden Announces Major New Sanctions on Russia After Navalny's Death
The Biden administration, responding to the death of Aleksei A. Navalny, unveiled its largest sanctions package to date as the war in Ukraine enters its third year.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Major Embryo Shipping Company Halts Business in Alabama
The decision means I.V.F. patients who want to transfer frozen embryos to another state may not be able to do so.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

U.S. Imposes Major New Sanctions on Russia, Targeting Finance and Defense
The Biden administration, responding to the death of Aleksei A. Navalny, unveiled its largest sanctions package to date as the war in Ukraine enters its third year.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Looking for a Lower Credit Card Interest Rate? Good Luck.
Comparison sites often emphasize the big banks' offerings even though smaller banks and credit unions typically charge significantly less.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

At BlackRock, State Street and Vanguard, Millions of Investors Are Getting a Voice
BlackRock, State Street and Vanguard have opened up voting on environmental, social and management issues. It's not true shareholder democracy, but it's progress.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Spring Training at Coachella: Can M.L.S. Cash In on Its Preseason?
AEG, the entertainment giant, is trying to organize large-scale training camps marketed to fans, as other sports have done. Will it work?

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

U.S. to Hit Russia With Sanctions on Over 500 Targets
A package of economic restrictions to be rolled out on Friday will be the largest since Russia invaded Ukraine two years ago.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Biden Announces Sanctions on More Than 500 Russian Targets
A package of economic restrictions to be rolled out on Friday will be the largest since Russia invaded Ukraine two years ago.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Can Redditors Revive the I.P.O. Market?
The market for new listings has been rough for investors, but the social media company believes it has a secret weapon in its prospectus: its users.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Spring Training at Coachella: Can the M.L.S. Cash In on Its Preseason?
AEG, the entertainment giant, is trying to organize large-scale training camps marketed to fans, as other sports have done. Will it work?

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

When Science Class Is in a Former Macy's
Charter schools are popping up in struggling malls as landlords look for alternative tenants and communities seek to increase educational opportunities.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

France Will Cut Spending as It Sees a Weaker Economy Ahead
War, high interest rates and slowdowns in major trade partners are trimming tax revenue and forcing the government in Paris to scale back.

NYTimes Business
Feb 23, 2024

Émigrés Are Creating an Alternative China, One Bookstore at a Time
From Thailand to America, Chinese denied a safe public space for discussion in their home country have found hope in diaspora communities.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

A Marketplace of Girl Influencers Managed by Moms and Stalked by Men
Seeking social media stardom for their underage daughters, mothers post images of them on Instagram. The accounts draw men sexually attracted to children, and they sometimes pay to see more.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Five Takeaways From The Times's Investigation Into Child Influencers
Mothers are running Instagram accounts for underage girls aspiring to stardom. Many encounter a dark underworld dominated by men, including pedophiles.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

U.S. to Impose Sanctions on More Than 500 Russian Targets
A package of economic restrictions to be announced on Friday will be the largest since Russia invaded Ukraine two years ago.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Reddit Files to Go Public, in First Social Media IPO in Years
The message board site, founded in 2005, detailed its financial performance in a filing. It is the last of an early generation of social media companies to aim for a public offering.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Vice Media to Lay Off Hundreds of Workers
Vice Media, which emerged from bankruptcy last year, is planning to cut hundreds of its more than 900 employees.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

AT&T Says Service Is Restored After Widespread Cellular Outage
White House officials said the incident was under investigation, but it did not appear to be a cyberattack. Verizon and T-Mobile said their networks were operating normally.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Reddit Files to Go Public, in First Social Media I.P.O. in Years
The message board site, founded in 2005, detailed its financial performance in a filing. It is the last of an early generation of social media companies to aim for a public offering.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Stocks Jump as Nvidia Sets Off Tech Rally
It was the S&P 500's best day in more than a year, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite rose more than 3 percent.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

NY AG Urges Stricter Asthma Drug Warnings Due to Children's Mental Health Risks
The A.G., Letitia James, called on the F.D.A. to redouble efforts to alert doctors about potential side effects of Singulair and to consider discouraging use of the drug for children.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

2 Years Into Russia-Ukraine War, U.S. Campaign to Isolate Putin Shows Limits
Many nations insist on not taking sides in the war in Ukraine, while China, India and Brazil are filling Russia's coffers.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Abortion Laws, Accidents and Lax Rules Now Imperil Fertility Industry
Fertility clinics are routinely sued by patients for errors that destroy embryos, as happened in Alabama. An effort to define them legally as "unborn children" has raised the stakes.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Accidents, Lax Rules and Abortion Laws Now Imperil Fertility Industry
Fertility clinics are routinely sued by patients for errors that destroy embryos, as happened in Alabama. An effort to define them legally as "unborn children" has raised the stakes.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Vice's New Owners Prepare to Slash What's Left of Its Work Force
Vice Media, which emerged from bankruptcy last year, is planning to cut hundreds of its more than 900 employees, according to people familiar with the matter.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Fertility Clinic Errors Collide With a Redefinition of ‘Personhood'
The clinics are routinely sued by patients for errors that destroy embryos, as happened in Alabama. An effort to define them legally as "unborn children" has raised the stakes.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

U.S. Campaign to Isolate Russia Shows Limits After 2 Years of War
Many nations insist on not taking sides in the war in Ukraine, while China, India and Brazil are filling Russia's coffers.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Niklaus Wirth, Visionary Software Architect, Dies at 89
Pascal, the programming language he created in the early days of personal computing, offered a simpler alternative to other languages in use at the time.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

China's Hacker Network: What to Know About the I-Soon Document Leak
Documents leaked on a public website show that China is hiring private hackers to obtain sensitive information from foreign companies and governments.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Menthol Cigarette Bans Can Reduce Smoking Rates, Study Finds
As public health groups pressure the Biden administration to impose a ban on menthol cigarettes, research suggests similar moves in other countries have led to lower smoking rates.

NYTimes Business
Feb 22, 2024

Eiffel Tower Closed by Strike for 4th Day
Unions accuse the company that manages the monument of pursuing financial policies that risk its well-being and worry that a fee paid to the city of Paris could cut into the repair budget.

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