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NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Axel Springer removes a top editor after a Times report on workplace behavior.
The editor, Julian Reichelt, had been accused of abusing his power involving a relationship a junior employee at Bild, a powerful tabloid owned by the media company.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Lawmakers question whether Amazon executives, including Jeff Bezos, misled Congress.
A bipartisan group told the company that they were considering referring their concerns to the Justice Department for a potential criminal inquiry.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

A regional Fed analysis suggests Biden's stimulus is temporarily stoking inflation.
The American Rescue Plan could be pushing inflation up slightly and temporarily, a Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco analysis said.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Axel Springer Removes Julian Reichelt, a Top Editor, After Times Report
The editor, Julian Reichelt, had been accused of abusing his power involving a relationship a junior employee at Bild, a powerful tabloid owned by the media company.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Succession at Scholastic Seemed to Be a Shock, Even to the New Chairwoman
The powerhouse children's publisher, known for Harry Potter, had been passed from father to son until Iole Lucchese, a top executive, was given control.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Bill Gates Was Warned Over ‘Inappropriate' Emails at Microsoft
Mr. Gates, who at the time was Microsoft's chairman, had asked a female employee out on a date, a Microsoft spokesman said.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

As Starbucks Workers Seek a Union, Company Officials Converge on Stores
A push in the Buffalo area could produce the first union at company-owned stores in the U.S. But backers say moves by management are having a chilling effect.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

A long-awaited Bitcoin E.T.F. is about to trade in New York.
The company known for making iPhones presented three electric vehicles that can serve as a basis for working with car companies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Debate Weighs Price of Biden's Big Plan vs. Not Acting
Democrats are debating whether doing nothing will cost more than doing something to deal with climate change, education, child care, prescription drugs and more.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Foxconn unveils prototypes as it pushes to become an electric-car maker.
The company known for making iPhones presented three electric vehicles that can serve as a basis for working with car companies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

The First Bitcoin E.T.F. Will Soon Trade on the N.Y.S.E.
An exchange-traded fund tied to the cryptocurrency is set to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange, a milestone for the industry.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Goldman Sachs Wins Approval to Buy Out Partner in China
The move will give the Wall Street giant complete ownership over its Chinese investment banking operations.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Foxconn Unveils Electric Vehicle Prototypes
The company known for making iPhones presented three electric vehicles that can serve as a basis for working with car companies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Inside the Real-Life Succession Drama at Scholastic
Iole Lucchese, a senior executive at the publishing company, said she was just as surprised as everyone else to learn she had been handed control of the business.

NYTimes Business
Oct 18, 2021

Nuclear Fusion Edges Toward the Mainstream
Long-shot money is flowing into start-ups that seek the energy of the stars. Driving the investments is a rising alarm about global warming.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Biden's Plans Raise Questions About What U.S. Can Afford Not to Do
Democrats are debating whether doing nothing will cost more than doing something to deal with climate change, education, child care, prescription drugs and more.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

China's GDP Growth Slows as Property and Energy Take a Toll
Growth of 4.9 percent shows the country's huge industrial sector has run into trouble. But exports and services are looking strong.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

At Axel Springer, Allegations of Sex, Lies and a Secret Payment
A high-flying German media giant is ahead on digital media but seems stuck in the past when it comes to the workplace and deal-making.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Biden's Plans Raise Questions About What U.S. Can or Cannot Afford to Do
Democrats are debating whether doing nothing will cost more than doing something to deal with climate change, education, child care, prescription drugs and more.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Concerns About Diversity as Black Staff Members Leave Congress
Low pay, a high cost of living and an insulated culture make it hard for Black aides to build a career in Congress.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

At Axel Springer, Politico's New Owner, Allegations of Sex, Lies and a Secret Payment
A high-flying German media giant is ahead on digital media but seems stuck in the past when it comes to the workplace and deal-making.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Hollywood's Behind-the-Scenes Workers Reach Deal, Averting Strike
The tentative agreement came hours before a strike deadline and avoids a production shutdown at TV and movie studios already scrambling to make up for time lost in the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

The Week in Business: Workers Flex Their Muscles
The governor of Texas bans vaccine mandates. Prices are rising quickly. And WeWork is finally going public.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Roblox, the Gaming Site, Wants to Grow Up Without Sacrificing Child Safety
The company, which went public earlier this year, has lessons for other internet outfits aiming to attract younger users even as its own audience gets older.

NYTimes Business
Oct 17, 2021

Will New Covid Treatments Be as Elusive for Poor Countries as Vaccines?
Merck has taken a step to make its antiviral pill available in poor nations, but many obstacles remain for broad access to coronavirus drugs.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

Hollywood's Behind-the-Scenes Workers Reach Deal on New Contract
The tentative deal averts a strike set for Monday and a production shutdown at television and movie studios already scrambling to make up for time lost in the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

What's next for the business of longevity?
DealBook spoke with the Harvard researcher and biotech founder David Sinclair about the opportunities and challenges of hacking the human lifespan.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

‘Fiscal Justice Ratings' Fight Police Brutality With Finance
A new project aims to incorporate the cost of lawsuit settlements and inequality when rating municipal bonds.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

Can Fortescue's Andrew Forrest, a Carbon-Emitting Iron Ore Tycoon, Save the Planet?
Andrew Forrest made a mining fortune. Now he wants to lead a climate change revolution — and beat the fossil fuel giants along the way.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

Short on Staff, Some Hospices Ask New Patients To Wait
"It causes huge distress to tell a family, ‘We can't serve you,'" said one state hospice organization director.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

Instagram Struggles With Fears of Losing Its ‘Pipeline': Young Users
The app, hailed as Facebook's growth engine, has privately wrestled with retaining and engaging teenagers, according to internal documents.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

China's Scripted Homicides Become a Popular Pastime
"Scripted homicide" clubs have opened around the country as young people look for ways to escape and connect. Naturally, the government has questions.

NYTimes Business
Oct 16, 2021

Why Getting Tested for Covid-19 Can Include a Headache
Coronavirus testing prices vary widely and can reach into the hundreds of dollars, making it hard for some travelers to budget for the added expense.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

F.D.A. Panel Unanimously Recommends Johnson & Johnson Booster Shots
But many panel members said J. & J. recipients might also benefit from the option of a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna booster, an action that an F.D.A. official said was possible.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Funding Fight Threatens Plan to Pump Billions Into Affordable Housing
A federal voucher program is at risk of being sharply scaled back as the White House seeks to slash its social policy package to appease two centrist senators.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Wall Street Sees a Record Deal Spree as a Reason for Optimism
Fees from advising corporate clients on mergers and other deals raised bottom lines across Wall Street. Bankers say it's a good sign for the recovery.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

David F. Kennedy, Whose Ad Agency Put Nike on the Map, Dies at 82
Breaking from Madison Avenue tradition, he co-founded Wieden Kennedy in Portland, Ore., one of the largest remaining independent agencies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Wall Street Sees a Record-Deal Spree as a Reason for Optimism
Fees from advising corporate clients on mergers and other deals raised bottom lines across Wall Street. Bankers say it's a good sign for the recovery.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Gadsby and Netflix Employees Pressure Executive Over Dave Chappelle Special
In a town-hall-style meeting on Friday, Ted Sarandos, a co-chief executive of Netflix, faced criticism from staff over Mr. Chappelle's "The Closer."

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Elizabeth Holmes Trial: Key Moments From Week 6
Testimony addressed the question of whether Theranos was misleading and deceiving big corporations to get money.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

At Netflix, a star and employees pressure a top executive over Dave Chappelle's special.
In a town-hall-style meeting on Friday, Ted Sarandos, a co-chief executive of Netflix, faced criticism from staff over Mr. Chappelle's "The Closer."

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Brian Goldner, Hasbro Executive With Hollywood Vision, Dies at 58
He turned a traditional maker of toys and games into an entertainment company with its own TV and movie studio.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

The comedian Hannah Gadsby calls out Netflix over its defense of Dave Chappelle.
"I would prefer if you didn't drag my name into your mess," Ms. Gadsby, who won an Emmy and a Peabody award for a Netflix special, told the co-chief executive Ted Sarandos in a social media post.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Leader of Apple activism movement says she was fired.
Janneke Parrish, who was a program manager for Apple Maps in Austin, Texas, was one of the two leaders of a group that called itself AppleToo.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Hannah Gadsby calls out Netflix over its defense of Dave Chappelle.
"I would prefer if you didn't drag my name into your mess," the Australian comedian tells the co-chief executive Ted Sarandos in a social media post.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Hannah Gadsby Calls Out Netflix Over Its Defense of Dave Chappelle
"I would prefer if you didn't drag my name into your mess," the Australian comedian tells the co-chief executive Ted Sarandos in a social media post.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Comedian Sydnee Washington on the Need for Jokes Now More Than Ever
When live performance moved online, Ms. Washington started a cooking show on Instagram. Now she's back in front of audiences, who seem eager to hear jokes in person again.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

University Endowments Make Billions in Returns in a Bumper Year
A big reason for the gains is investments with private equity firms, which in some years have received more in fees than endowments have paid out in tuition help.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

At Frieze London, the Art World Inches Toward Normalcy
The fairs, exhibitions and auctions of "Frieze Week" are in-person events once more. But the art world has changed, and so has Britain.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Goldman Sachs' Profit Surges on Record Merger Activity
The Wall Street giant joined the country's other big banks in beating analysts' earnings expectations.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

F.S.A. Limits in 2022: You May Be Able to Carry Over More Money
Workers usually have to spend the money in their health spending accounts by the end of the year. But in the pandemic, employers were allowed to offer more wiggle room.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Retail sales jump in September as consumers spend more and prices rise.
The 0.7 percent increase was better than economists expected as sales at restaurant and bars, gas stations and clothing stores continued to grow last month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Retail Sales Jump in September as Consumers Spend More and Prices Rise
The 0.7 percent increase was better than economists expected as sales at restaurant and bars, gas stations and clothing stores continued to grow last month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Harvard, Yale and Other Endowments Report Huge Returns
Big college endowments had a bumper year.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Toyota to Cut November Production 15% Amid Chip Shortages
The automaker had initially planned to produce a million vehicles in November, but it now projects it will make 850,000 to 900,000 vehicles next month.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Shareholder Democracy Is Getting Bigger Trial Runs
Fund investors are rarely asked what concerns them or how they'd vote. But now, several measures aim to do that. Still, it's just a start, our columnist says.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Plant-Based Food Companies Face Critics: Environmental Advocates
Some analysts say they cannot determine if plant-based foods are more sustainable than meat because the companies are not transparent about their emissions.

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

SaksWorks Is Part WeWork, Part Department Store. Can It Work?
Department stores have failed; co-working spaces have foundered. Does combining the two make sense?

NYTimes Business
Oct 15, 2021

Rising Rents Stoke Inflation Data, a Concern for Washington
Economic policymakers have said inflation will prove temporary, but rising rents may challenge that view and pressure Washington to react.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Review: In ‘The Lehman Trilogy,' a Vivid Tale of Profit and Pain
The play, tracing the rise and fall of the fabled financiers, finally opens on Broadway after successful runs in London and at the Park Avenue Armory.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Johnson & Johnson Subsidiary Seeks Bankruptcy Protection to Handle Talc Product Claims
The company said the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing was intended to resolve current and future claims that its products cause cancer.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

F.D.A. Panel Recommends Moderna Booster for Certain Groups
Those eligible for the extra shot would include adults over 65 and others at high risk — the same groups now eligible for a Pfizer-BioNTech boost

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Mark Forkner, Ex-Boeing Pilot, Indicted in 737 Max Inquiry
Federal prosecutors say Mark Forkner deceived the F.A.A. and was "scheming to defraud" customers.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Cybersecurity Experts Sound Alarm on Apple and E.U. Phone Scanning Plans
A group of researchers said the "dangerous technology" was invasive and not effective at detecting images of child sexual abuse.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Chappelle Special on Netflix Draws Criticism and Internal Unrest
The comedian Dave Chappelle's comments on transgender people and gender in "The Closer" have led to outside criticism and internal unrest at the company that upended Hollywood.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Federal grand jury indicts former Boeing pilot in connection with 737 Max jet.
The plane model was involved in two crashes that killed 346 people.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Mark Forkner, Former Boeing Pilot, Indicted in Connection With 737 Max Jet
The plane model was involved in two crashes that killed 346 people.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Netflix Loses Its Glow as Critics Target Chappelle Special
The comedian Dave Chappelle's comments on transgender people and gender in "The Closer" have led to outside criticism and internal unrest at the company that upended Hollywood.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

The S&P 500 snaps out of its funk with its best day in months after good earnings and economic reports.
The benchmark U.S. index rose 1.7 percent following a broad-based surge in share prices of materials, tech and health care companies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

S&P 500 Has Best Day Since March After Positive Earnings and Inflation Reports
The benchmark U.S. index rose 1.7 percent following a broad-based surge in share prices of materials, tech and health care companies.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

U.S. Renews Its Support for the World Trade Organization
Trade Representative Katherine Tai outlined her vision for the battered World Trade Organization, saying the U.S. wanted to re-engage and address working people's concerns.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Banksy's Shredding Artwork Is Auctioned for $25.4 Million at Sotheby's
"Love Is in the Bin," originally titled "Girl With Balloon," was resold. It had been partially shredded after it was bought at a Sotheby's auction in 2018.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

YouTube's stronger election misinformation policies had a spillover effect on Twitter and Facebook, researchers say.
The prevalence of videos claiming fraud dropped sharply, according to New York University's Center for Social Media and Politics.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Stocks move decisively higher after good earnings reports and economic data.
The Labor Department reported initial claims for state jobless benefits fell to 293,000 last week, down 36,000 from the previous week and the lowest level since the pandemic began.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

What's Behind the Energy Crunch in Britain and Europe
Natural gas prices have skyrocketed, pressuring manufacturers and households with high energy bills.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Executive Who Tried to Buy Baltimore Sun Plans Rival News Outlet
The hotel magnate Stewart Bainum has put together $15 million in annual funding for a nonprofit news site, The Baltimore Banner.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Walgreen's Vaccinations Exceed Expectations, Bolstering Sales
The drugstore chain's parent company said that it delivered 13.5 million vaccinations in the three months that ended in September.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

LinkedIn to End Service in China, Citing ‘Challenging' Environment
The Microsoft-owned service had censored posts in China, in compliance with the country's laws, to operate there.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Stocks are lifted by earnings reports and economic data.
The Labor Department reported initial claims for state jobless benefits fell to 293,000 last week, down 36,000 from the previous week and the lowest level since the pandemic began.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

As Western Oil Giants Cut Production, State-Owned Companies Step Up
In the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, government-owned energy companies are increasing oil and natural gas production as U.S. and European companies pare supply because of climate concerns.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Other Banks Report Strong Earnings
Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup all reported profits in the third quarter that beat analysts' expectations.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

LeBron James's SpringHill Sells Minority Stake to Investor Group
The deal values the entertainment, apparel and marketing company, which Mr. James founded with Maverick Carter last year, at about $725 million.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Supply Chain Crisis Has New Car Buyers Turning to Backup Options
Amid a shortage of new cars, many buyers have been forced to kick the tires of overlooked models and brands.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

With Car Lots Sparse, Shoppers Drive Home in Their Second Choice, or Third …
Amid a shortage of new cars, many buyers have been forced to kick the tires of overlooked models and brands.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Thousands of John Deere workers strike over their contract.
The action comes amid labor shortages and rising worker activism nationwide.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Nicholas Kristof Leaves The New York Times as He Weighs Political Bid
Mr. Kristof, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, is weighing a run for governor of Oregon, the state where he grew up.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Everything Is Getting More Expensive
Persistently high inflation is a problem for the Fed and the White House.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

As Inflation Persists, Everything Is Getting More Expensive
Persistently high inflation is a problem for the Fed and the White House.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Bank of America and Wells Fargo Beat Earnings Forecasts
Citigroup and Morgan Stanley are also expected to report their third-quarter earnings on Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

A Nostalgic Quest to Buy a 1986 Toyota MR2
The pursuit of a car wistfully recalled from the writer's youth begins with an exhaustive online search and ends with an auction victory and a special delivery.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Nostalgia Plus Time Equals a New Breed of Collectible Cars
The pursuit of a car wistfully recalled from the writer's youth begins with an exhaustive online search and ends with an auction victory and a special delivery.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Group Tour Companies Seeing Increase in Solo Travelers
Group tour companies are accommodating more and more solo travelers, who are looking for company — and someone else to handle the complexities of traveling during the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

Traveling Alone, in Groups
Group tour companies are accommodating more and more solo travelers, who are looking for company — and someone else to handle the complexities of traveling during the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Oct 14, 2021

John Deere Workers Strike After Failed Contract Talks
The action comes amid labor shortages and rising worker activism nationwide.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

In a Blue Origin Rocket, William Shatner Finally Goes to Space
The actor who played Captain Kirk played the role of pitchman for Jeff Bezos' spaceflight company at a time that it is facing a number of workplace and business difficulties.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

Data from Federal Scientists Raise Questions About J.&J. Booster Shots
People who have received the company's one-shot vaccine may benefit from a booster with another brand. F.D.A. advisers will discuss the data on Friday.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

Destination Crenshaw Moves Ahead With a First Round of Public Sculptures
In Los Angeles, a project commits to commissioning over 100 artworks by Black artists for a new cultural corridor.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

Walgreens to Close 5 Stores in San Francisco, Citing ‘Organized' Shoplifting
One of the stores was targeted at least five times by the same man, who drew widespread attention for raiding the store on a bike and was later arrested, the authorities said.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

Biden Announces Expansion of Hours at Port of Los Angeles
The Port of Los Angeles will join the Port of Long Beach in operating 24/7 as the administration struggles to address a problem that is boosting inflation.

NYTimes Business
Oct 13, 2021

U.S. regulator questions Tesla on the lack of a recall after an update to Autopilot.
In a letter, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reminded Tesla that federal law requires automakers to initiate recalls if they find defects that pose a safety risk.

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