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NYTimes Business
Dec 09, 2018

China Tries to Balance Huawei Arrest with Warmer Trade Ties
China is pushing hard for the release of a tech executive, while still trying to follow up on President Trump's recent truce in trade frictions.

NYTimes Business
Dec 09, 2018

In Britain, a Team Effort to Help Local News Survive
To support local newspapers and news sites, the salaries of nearly 150 reporters are being paid through Britain's TV license fee, which finances the BBC.

NYTimes Business
Dec 09, 2018

With Interest: The Week in Business: The Emails Facebook Doesn't Want You to See
Whiplash on Wall Street, and OPEC and Russia agree to cut oil production. And Britain's Parliament votes on Brexit, and Uber resumes tests of its self-driving cars.

NYTimes Business
Dec 09, 2018

A Yacht, a Monet, a See-Through Piano: The U.S. Collects on a Fugitive's Shopping Spree
The government is trying to recoup the many assets of Jho Low, a Malaysian financier at the center of an international fraud case who had very expensive tastes.

NYTimes Business
Dec 09, 2018

China Warns Canada of ‘Heavy Price' Over Huawei Arrest
A strongly worded editorial in the Communist Party newspaper said that Canada had violated the human rights of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer.

NYTimes Business
Dec 08, 2018

What These Medical Journals Don't Reveal: Top Doctors' Ties to Industry
Academic research publications rely on doctors to voluntarily disclose their payments from drug and health companies in a lax reporting system some say is broken.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Uber Is Said to File for an I.P.O. as It Races Lyft to a Public Debut
The offering, which is expected to be one of the biggest ever, puts the ride-hailing service neck and neck with its rival Lyft in a race to the public markets.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Meng Wanzhou Was Huawei's Professional Face, Until Her Arrest
Ms. Meng, the daughter of Huawei's secretive founder, Ren Zhengfei, had stressed transparency at the company. She is now accused of hiding Huawei's dealings in Iran.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Huawei Executive Was Company's Professional Face, Until Her Arrest
Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's secretive founder, Ren Zhengfei, had stressed transparency at the company. She is now accused of hiding Huawei's dealings in Iran.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Wealth Matters: The Secret to Buying the Perfect Diamond
This is a popular time of year to buy a diamond, but the gemstone has become increasingly expensive. Here's how to make sure you are getting the best price.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Stocks Fall Back Into Negative Territory for 2018 as Economic Uncertainty Grips Investors
Major stock indexes dropped again Friday, in Wall Street's third decline this week. Investors remained gripped by uncertainty about how much the American economy could slow next year.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

As Hiring Slows, Employers Say It's Getting Harder to Find Workers
After a difficult week for the stock market and rising trade tensions, the November jobs report provided evidence that the economy remains strong.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say
In a Canadian courtroom, authorities revealed details of the charges facing Meng Wanzhou, the Huawei official whose arrest has shaken U.S.-China relations.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Albert Frère, 92, Belgian Master of Multinational Mergers, Dies
He parlayed the profits of his father's nail factory into an investment portfolio worth billions.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Technology Companies Lead Another Sharp Drop in US Stocks
U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday, erasing an early gain, as the market closed in on its third weekly decline in four weeks.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Your Money Adviser: How to Get the Most From a Health Savings Account
Experts say a little comparison shopping can minimize fees and maximize savings.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Europe and U.S. Agree on Chinese Threat, but Are Too Busy Feuding to Fight It
America and Europe have similar concerns about Chinese economic expansionism. But they have been unable to define a strategy when they are also fighting each other.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Bucking a Global Trend, Japan Seeks More Immigrants. Ambivalently.
Long seen as one of the most insular of nations, Japan is surprising its neighbors (and perhaps itself) by opening its doors a bit wider to foreign workers.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

The Workologist: Clients Complain About a Colleague. Should You Tell the Boss?
A sales representative worries that a peer's performance could hurt the company, but going behind her back could seem selfish. Here's how to do what's right for everyone.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Stocks Fall Back Into Negative Territory for 2018
Major stock indexes dropped again Friday, in Wall Street's third decline this week.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Technology Companies Lead a Slide in US Stocks; Oil Rising
U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday, erasing an early gain, as the market closed in on its third weekly decline in four weeks.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Economic View: The Housing Boom Is Already Gigantic. How Long Can It Last?
The economist Robert Shiller says the rise in housing prices is the third biggest since 1913. The biggest boom ended disastrously in 2006.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Retiring: When Answering the Phone Exposes You to Fraud
Regulators and companies are working vigorously to stop the spread of callers that try to get consumers — in particular, older people — to hand over money or private information.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

OPEC and Allies, Defying Trump, Agree to Cut Oil Output to Prop Up Prices
The organization and other oil-producing countries, chiefly Russia, reached a deal to reduce worldwide oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day — more than had been expected.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Technology Companies Lead Slide in US Stocks; Oil Rising
U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday, erasing an early gain, as the market closed in on its third weekly decline in four weeks.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

The Economy Faces Big Risks in 2019. Markets Are Only Now Facing Up to Them.
One question people might be asking is, what took so long?

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Huawei Arrest Tests China's Leaders as Fear and Anger Grip Elite
The detention of a Chinese tech executive poses a challenge for President Xi Jinping, who faces pressure to both retaliate and resolve the trade war with America.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Your Money: A Teacher's Long Road to Student Loan Forgiveness (and a $4,500 Surprise)
Public service debt waivers require 120 payments, meticulous attention to detail and, for a teacher named Jed Shafer, an appeal to a new program.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Guns, Faucets and Energy Drinks: Detroit Bar Owner Charged in $1 Million Theft Ring
The bar owner, Beverly Jo Sassin, 70, and three others were arrested and charged last week in connection with a retail fraud enterprise in the Detroit area.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Adds 155,000 Jobs in November as Hiring Slows Modestly
The payroll gain fell short of estimates, but it was still the 98th straight monthly increase. Yearly wage growth remained at a postrecession high.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Gender letter: Does ‘Having It All' Mean Doing It All?
Plenty of new research underscores the reality that women are still shouldering, and expected to shoulder, much of the work associated with the home.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Added 155,000 Jobs in November; Unemployment at 3.7%
The latest snapshot of the economy offered another reminder of the labor market's persistent strength.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Work Friend: You Work With Liars!
A quick guide to the office fabulist.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

DealBook Briefing: The Tech I.P.O. Rush Starts … Now!
Uber and Lyft are pulling forward their public offerings over concerns about a jittery economy.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Huawei Executive's Arrest Intensifies Trade War Fears
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, an executive at the Chinese company Huawei, could imperil trade talks. But it is part of the Trump administration's efforts to contain China and Iran.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Jobs Report for November: Here's What to Watch For
The Labor Department data will provide the latest snapshot of the American economy.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

Lean In's Sheryl Sandberg Problem
The movement that Facebook's chief operating officer started is trying to leave her, and her scandals, behind.

NYTimes Business
Dec 07, 2018

What Are Britain's ‘Golden Visas,' and Why Are They Being Suspended?
The British government is putting on hold a special visa program that allows wealthy investors to fast-track their settlement in the country.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

‘Yellow Vest' Protests Shake France. Here's the Lesson for Climate Change.
There is little doubt among scientists and economists that carbon taxes are needed to reduce fossil fuel dependence. The question is how to design them to cushion the blow on the most vulnerable.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Fiat Chrysler Plans to Make New Jeep in Detroit, Adding Jobs
The automaker's move reflects the continuing American taste for big vehicles in a period of low gasoline prices.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

A.I. as Talent Scout: Unorthodox Hires, and Maybe Lower Pay
A form of artificial intelligence is being used to surface job candidates with the attributes of a perfect fit, even without conventional credentials.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Tumblr Fans Abandon Ship as Tumblr Bans Porn
Pornographic content, which had a large female viewer base on the site, will no longer be allowed.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

With the Economy Uncertain, Tech ‘Unicorns' Rush Toward I.P.O.
Faced with a choppy stock market and fears of an economic downturn, Uber and Lyft are moving toward the public markets as other private tech companies also get ready.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

For-Profit College Chain Closes, Shutting Out Nearly 20,000 Students
Education Corporation of America ran more than 70 campuses across the country before closing schools this week after it lost its accreditation.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

At ‘60 Minutes,' Independence Led to Trouble, Investigators Say
The show's "physical, administrative and cultural separation" from the rest of CBS News permitted misconduct, according to a draft of a report for the CBS board.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Whiplash on Wall Street as Tension About Global Economy Mounts
A stock rout that started in Asia, extended to Europe and rattled Wall Street early in the day reversed course before the close of trading.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

America's Tariff Men: Connecting McKinley to Trump
President Trump says he wants to see us return to the high tariff days of William McKinley. History, so far, seems to be repeating itself in some telling ways.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Drug Maker Pays $360 Million to Settle Investigation Into Charity Kickbacks
Prosecutors accused Actelion Pharmaceuticals, which Johnson & Johnson acquired in 2017, of violating Medicare laws by funneling money through a patient-assistance charity.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Arrest of Top Huawei Executive Sends Stocks Lower
Wall Street started Thursday with another sell-off after the arrest of a Huawei executive threatened to upend an fragile trade truce between the United States and China.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Why Trump Might Be Right About Interest Rates
Some analysts on Wall Street are saying the Fed should take a break from raising the cost of borrowing.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

On First Day of OPEC Meetings, No Deal to Cut Global Oil Output
Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, said he was "not confident" an agreement to balance supply and demand could be reached.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Ex-Tesco Executives Cleared on Fraud and False Accounting Charges
A British judge ruled that there was not enough evidence for a jury to consider the case against Christopher Bush and John Scouler.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

‘Yellow Vest' Protests Shook France. Here's the Lesson for Climate Change.
There is little doubt among scientists and economists that carbon taxes are needed to reduce fossil fuel dependence. The question is how to design them to cushion the blow on the most vulnerable.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Why Is Obamacare Enrollment Down?
Sign-ups for health plans are 11 percent lower than last year, with two weeks left in open enrollment. Here are some possible reasons.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Tumblr's ‘NSFW' Bloggers Prepare to Abandon Ship
Pornographic content, which had a large female viewer base on the site, will no longer be allowed.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Markets Drop as Huawei Arrest Stokes Fears of U.S.-China Cold War
Wall Street started Thursday with another sell-off after the arrest of a Huawei executive threatened to upend an fragile trade truce between the United States and China.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

A Little-Known Tactic Can Make the U.S. Investigate Your Car-Safety Problem
A defect petition filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives a consumer unusual clout.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

What Are Britain's ‘Golden Visas' and Why Are They Being Suspended?
The British government is putting on hold a special visa program that allows wealthy investors to fast-track their settlement in the country.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Toxic Smoke Is Africa's Quiet Killer. An Entrepreneur Says His Fix Can Make a Fortune
Eric Reynolds is betting his wood-pellet stove — and his company's distribution system — can make billions by rescuing some of the poorest people on earth from toxic smoke.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Toxic Smoke is Africa's Quiet Killer. This Entrepreneur Says He Can Fix That.
Eric Reynolds is betting his wood-pellet stove — and his company's distribution system — can make billions by rescuing some of the poorest people on earth from toxic smoke.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

U.S. Markets Drop, Following Global Stocks Down Amid Fresh Trade Fears
Wall Street started Thursday with another sell-off after the arrest of a Huawei executive threatened to upend an fragile trade truce between the United States and China.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Lyft, Racing Uber Toward I.P.O., Takes a Crucial Step
The ride-hailing company said it had confidentially filed a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Saudis to Press OPEC for a Million-Barrel Cut in Oil Production
Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, said that "all options" were on the table but that the number was "adequate" to balance the markets.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

A New Editor, and a New Start, for Troubled Billboard Magazine
Hannah Karp steps in as the newsroom boss after the resignation of a chief executive and questions concerning the publication's editorial integrity.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

DealBook Briefing: Inside the Emails Facebook Never Thought You'd Read
Hundreds of pages of documents published by the British government provide a rare glimpse into how the social network functions.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Global Stocks Plunge, Suggesting a Grim Day on Wall Street
Markets around the world fell sharply on Thursday after the arrest of a Huawei executive threatened to upend an fragile trade truce between the United States and China.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

Arrest Shakes Huawei as Global Skepticism of Its Business Grows
Britain, New Zealand, Australia and other countries have grown increasingly worried about potential security risks related to the Chinese telecom giant.

NYTimes Business
Dec 06, 2018

It's Africa's Quiet Killer. This Entrepreneur Says He Has a Low-Cost Fix.
Eric Reynolds is betting his wood-pellet stove — and his company's distribution system — can make billions by rescuing some of the poorest people on earth from toxic smoke.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

MoviePass, Rattled by a Rough Year, Tries to Change Its Ways
The ticket service is changing its operating structure, adjusting its subscription offers and asking its customers for forgiveness after months of financial uncertainty.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Huawei C.F.O. Is Arrested in Canada for Extradition to the U.S.
The detention of Meng Wanzhou is likely to escalate tensions between the United States and China just as their trade tensions had begun to thaw.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

The Shift: Facebook Emails Show Its Real Mission: Making Money and Crushing Competition
Messages released publicly on Wednesday suggest the idealistic image the company promoted for years was a carefully cultivated smoke screen.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Trump Cites ‘Strong Signals' From Xi as Trade Fears Return
The president expressed optimism about a deal after his tariff threats roiled markets, but concerns remain about the prospects for a trade truce.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

A Top Huawei Executive Is Arrested in Canada for Extradition to the U.S.
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer, is likely to escalate tensions between the United States and China just as their trade tensions had begun to thaw.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Meanwhile: How Pantone Picked ‘Living Coral' as the 2019 ‘Color of the Year'
Formally known as 'Pantone 16-1546,' the pinkish hue is 'effervescent' and 'convivial.'

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Charles Harrison, 87, Designer Who Reshaped the View-Master, Dies
He was part of the postwar golden age of industrial design, when newly prosperous families realized they needed the products they saw on television.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Corner Office: James Dyson: ‘The Public Wants to Buy Strange Things'
He made billions selling vacuums. Now he is backing Brexit, building an electric car — and making antiquated comments on ‘racial differences.'

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Charles Harrison, Designer Who Reshaped the View-Master, Dies at 87
He was part of the postwar golden age of industrial design, when newly prosperous families realized they needed the products they saw on television.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Ex-Hong Kong Official Convicted in Bribe Case Involving Chinese Oil Company
Patrick Ho was charged under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act for activities on behalf of CEFC China in Chad and Uganda.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Corner Office: James Dyson on Engineering and How ‘Racial Differences Are Fun'
We asked the vacuum billionaire about international expansion. He turned the subject to ethnicity.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Facebook Used People's Data to Favor Certain Partners and Punish Rivals, Documents Show
A trove of internal Facebook documents was released by a British parliamentary committee as part of an investigation into misinformation and user data.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Mediator: A Conservative Magazine May Pay a Price for Being Unfriendly to Trump
The Weekly Standard is facing the consequences of doing independent journalism in an increasingly partisan environment.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Tech We're Using: How the Digital Era Has Changed the Daily Crossword
Puzzle design programs, word databases and web searches to help vet an answer: These are some of the tools that Sam Ezersky, assistant puzzles editor, uses in his job.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Global Markets Fall After a Wall Street Sell-Off Spurred by Trump Tweets
Uncertainty over the stability of a trade war truce between Washington and Beijing has renewed investor worries about global growth prospects.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Tech Fix: I Tried to Make My Dog an Instagram Celebrity. I Failed.
Becoming an influencer is hard, as our columnist found out when he tried creative photography, consultations and even bots to propel his food-obsessed corgi to fame.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Facebook Gave Some Companies Special Access to Users' Data, Documents Show
A trove of secret internal Facebook documents were released by a British parliamentary committee as part of an investigation into misinformation and user data.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

As OPEC Meets, Sizing Up Its Power and Its Politics
OPEC's gathering in Vienna comes at a tricky time for the oil industry and consumers who depend on the world's largest source of energy.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Breakingviews: China's 2018 Venture Capital Binge Could Turn Into a Hangover
Chinese start-ups raised more cash than Silicon Valley counterparts in the first half of 2018. That's unlikely to last, and a downturn could produce casualties.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Lego Foundation and Sesame Street Team Up to Help Refugee Children
A $100 million grant from the Lego Foundation will allow Sesame Workshop and aid groups to develop education programs for Syrian and Rohingya children.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

DealBook Briefing: Even During a Trade Truce, Trump Is a ‘Tariff Man'
There's still plenty of confusion over the U.S.-China trade truce, but the Chinese appear to be making some concessions.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Lego and Sesame Street Team Up in $100 Million Project to Help Refugee Children
A five-year grant from the Lego Foundation will allow Sesame Workshop and aid groups to develop education programs for Syrian and Rohingya children.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Global Markets Slide After a Wall Street Sell-Off Spurred by Trump Tweets
Uncertainty over the stability of a trade war truce between Washington and Beijing has renewed investor worries about global growth prospects.

NYTimes Business
Dec 05, 2018

Global Markets Follow Wall Street's Sell-Off After Trump Tweets
Uncertainty over the stability of a trade war truce between Washington and Beijing has renewed investor worries about global growth prospects.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Amazon Backs Trade Publication's Hollywood Diversity Effort
The Hollywood Reporter has created a two-year training program that aims to increase the number of movie and television executives of color.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

U.S. Prosecutors Bring Their First Charges Over the Panama Papers
Four men, including an American accountant, were charged with tax fraud and money laundering schemes stretching back years. A Panamanian lawyer remained at large.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Common Sense: ‘Disaster for CBS Shareholders': Damning Report on Moonves Reveals Total Failure at Top
Senior executives and board members at CBS knew about allegations of sexual misconduct by Leslie Moonves, the chief executive. No one acted to stop him.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Les Moonves Obstructed Investigation Into Misconduct Claims, Report Says
Leslie Moonves, the former CBS chief, destroyed evidence and misled investigators looking into his alleged misconduct, according to a draft of a report prepared for the company's board.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

‘Transactional' Sex and a Secret Resignation Letter: Takeaways From a Report on Les Moonves
A 59-page draft report produced by lawyers for CBS's board contains new details and allegations about Mr. Moonves, the company's former chief executive.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Common Sense: CBS Report on Moonves Shows Epic Failure of Corporate Governance
Senior executives and board members at CBS knew about allegations of sexual misconduct by Leslie Moonves, the chief executive. No one acted to stop him.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Trump Warns China That He's ‘Tariff Man,' Spooking Stock Investors
Stocks, which rallied Monday on the potential for a truce in the United States-China trade war, began a downward spiral on Tuesday as confusion set in about whether an agreement had truly been reached.

NYTimes Business
Dec 04, 2018

Digital Divide Is Wider Than We Think, Study Says
New research from Microsoft says that far fewer people have broadband internet access than government statistics have shown.

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