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Jul 14, 2020

JPMorgan Reports Profit Plunge: Live Business Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 14, 2020

U.K. Bans Huawei From 5G Network, Raising Tensions With China
Banning the use of the Chinese tech giant's equipment in high-speed wireless infrastructure is a major reversal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson — and a big victory for the Trump administration.

NYTimes Business
Jul 14, 2020

SPAC ‘Blank Check' Deals Are Having a Moment
The specialized deal structures known as SPACs are having a moment, striking big takeovers and raising huge new funds.

NYTimes Business
Jul 14, 2020

Want More Diversity? Some Experts Say Reward C.E.O.s for It
Only a small number of large companies have tied executive compensation to goals for hiring and promotion of workers from underrepresented groups.

NYTimes Business
Jul 14, 2020

Flour and Toilet Paper Are Back at N.Y. Supermarkets, but There's a Catch
Shoppers are accustomed to enjoying an extraordinary variety of choices, but the pandemic has changed that.

NYTimes Business
Jul 14, 2020

As Europe's Economies Reopen, Consumers Go on a Spending Spree
Supported by government furlough programs, people freed from lockdowns are opening their wallets at a record pace. The virus will determine how long that lasts.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Tucker Carlson to Take 'Long-Planned' Vacation After Blake Neff's Resignation
On his Monday evening show, the Fox News host said racist and sexist posts by one of his writers, Blake Neff, were "wrong," while castigating his detractors as "ghouls."

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Tucker Nelson to Take 'Long-Planned' Vacation After Blake Neff's Resignation
On his Monday evening show, the Fox News host said racist and sexist posts by one of his writers, Blake Neff, were "wrong," while castigating his detractors as "ghouls."

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Deutsche Bank and Jeffrey Epstein: Here Are The Executives Who Served Him
When New York regulators punished the bank for its work with Mr. Epstein, no individuals were named. The Times identified them.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

‘I Can't Keep Doing This:' Small-Business Owners Are Giving Up
More owners are permanently shutting their doors after new lockdown orders, realizing that there may be no end in sight to the crisis.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

NBC Starts Streaming With a TV-Style Platform, Peacock
The service will challenge Netflix with a digital version of channel-surfing and lots of what one executive calls "comfort-food TV."

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

These Are the Deutsche Bank Executives Responsible for Serving Jeffrey Epstein
When New York regulators punished the bank for its work with Mr. Epstein, no individuals were named. The Times identified them.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

‘I Can't Keep Doing This:' Small Business Owners Are Giving Up
More owners are permanently shutting their doors after new lockdown orders, realizing that there may be no end in sight to the crisis.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Hong Kong Disneyland to Close Again, Days After Disney World Reopens
The park is the smallest in Disney's portfolio and is shutting down again to comply with a government-mandated rollback of public activities because of the coronavirus.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

U.S. Budget Deficit Surges to a Record $864 Billion: Live Market Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Best Guess on When Business Travel Will Recover? It Could be Years
Until companies are sure they can protect workers' health, one analyst said, "they won't want to take the responsibility and risk of sending them back on the road."

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

I.M.F. Cuts Growth Forecasts for the Middle East: Live Market Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Los Angeles Apparel Factory Shut Down After More Than 300 Coronavirus Cases
The company's chief executive, Dov Charney, had staged a professional comeback by making masks. Four workers have died from the virus.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

With Robot Deliveries and Outdoor Tents, Campus Dining Will Be Very Different
It is still unclear how many students will return to college campuses this fall, but for those who do, mealtime will change dramatically.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Weed Edibles Are Selling Well During the Pandemic
Pandemic anxiety and mounting concerns about vaping have helped shift sales of cannabis products.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Coronavirus Surge Is Killing America's Small Businesses
More owners are permanently shutting their doors after new lockdown orders, realizing that there may be no end in sight to the crisis.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Tax Day 2020: Questions and Answers for July 15th Extension and Deadline
"It's just like April 15, but in July." Here's what you need to know. And if you're owed a refund, be prepared to wait: The I.R.S. has a huge backlog.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Stock Markets Ignore Bad News on Infections, Earnings
Daily virus cases are setting records and fears are rising that the economic recovery is fizzling. Investors seem unfazed.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Stocks Rise as Firms Reveal Quarterly Earnings: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

As jobs move online, retraining workers becomes a priority.


NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Business Updates: Stocks Rise as Firms Reveal Quarterly Earnings


NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

China Imposes Tit-for-Tat Sanctions on Three American Lawmakers
The sanctions, which target Republican members of Congress, were in retaliation for the Trump administration's bans on Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

Inside the White House, a Gun Industry Lobbyist Delivers for His Former Patrons
The Trump administration lifted a ban on sales of silencers to private overseas buyers that was intended to protect U.S. troops from ambushes. The change was championed by a lawyer for the president who had worked for a firearms trade group.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

The Pandemic Has Accelerated Demands for a More Skilled Work Force
Even groups that regularly disagree on labor issues said there should be significant public investment in programs that can upgrade the skills of American workers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

You Know What Else Sold Well During the Pandemic? Weed Edibles
Pandemic anxiety and mounting concerns about vaping have helped shift sales of cannabis products.

NYTimes Business
Jul 13, 2020

How May Google Fight an Antitrust Case? Look at This Little-Noticed Paper
A document sent by the search giant to Australian regulators argues that the company doesn't control enough of the digital ad industry to overcharge customers or block competitors.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

While America Looks Away, Autocrats Crack Down on Digital News Sites
Independent journalism is on the defensive, from Hungary to Malaysia.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

Trump's Health Officials Warn More Will Die as Covid Cases Rise
They struck a sober note on Sunday's news programs, strongly urging the vast majority of people in hard-hit cities and states to wear masks and avoid large gatherings.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

Are Uber and Lyft Drivers Well Paid? It Depends on the Study
Uber and Lyft hailed a Cornell paper's conclusion that their drivers make solid wages. But others have questioned the researchers' approach.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

OPEC and Russia May Ease Oil Production Cuts
As lockdowns ease, the Saudis and their allies see room to increase their output. But the spread of the virus "is casting a shadow" over their plans.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

Chatham Hedge Fund Has the Winning Bid for McClatchy Newspapers
The family-owned publisher of The Sacramento Bee and The Miami Herald announced the winner of its bankruptcy sale: Chatham Asset Management, the owner of The National Enquirer.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

The Week in Business: What a Biden Economy Could Look Like
Record-breaking infection rates, more economic fallout and Biden's plan to deal with it.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2020

An Evangelist for Remote Work Sees the Rest of the World Catch On
Matt Mullenweg, the founder of Automattic, which runs the publishing platform WordPress, says working remotely is "good for the environment" and "good for the economy."

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

Writer for Tucker Carlson Resigns After ‘Abhorrent' Online Posts Are Revealed
Fox News condemned Blake Neff, a writer for "Tucker Carlson Tonight," after he was revealed as the pseudonymous author of racist and misogynist online messages.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

Disney World Opens Its Gates, With Virus Numbers Rising
Thousands of giddy visitors streamed into the Florida resort on Saturday, as Disney tried to prove it can safely operate at a highly dangerous time.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

Valentina Sampaio Is the First Transgender Model for Sports Illustrated
The Brazilian model, who is in the magazine's swimsuit issue, was also the first transgender woman to work for Victoria's Secret and grace the cover of Vogue magazine.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

Goya Foods Boycott Takes Off After CEO Bob Unanue Praises Trump
"We're all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump," Bob Unanue said on Thursday at the White House. Critics said they would no longer use his products.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

At a Time of Financial Stress, 401(k) Fees Matter More Than Ever
These expenses always eat away at savings balances, but as the pandemic drags on, savers should be especially aware of how to keep them down.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

Can These Markets Be Trusted?
After a calamitous drop in March, the stock market has had a ferocious rally, despite a cascade of awful news. How can investors cope?

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

For 20 Years, His Firm Called Him Antoine. Now Mohamed Is Suing.
Mohamed Amghar, a retired software sales manager in France, has filed a discrimination complaint against his former employer, accusing the company of making him use a traditional French name at work.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2020

10 Steps to Take to Try to Prevent Your Own Eviction
Some federal relief is about to expire. Local assistance is spotty. Congress may not act quickly. Here's how to get help, or help yourself.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

By Praising Trump, Goya President Angers His Core Latino Market
Robert Unanue said the country was "blessed" to have the president's leadership. Now, amid calls for a boycott, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the U.S. is facing dismay from chefs and home cooks.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Edward Kleinbard, Tax Lawyer Turned Reformer, Dies at 68
After advising multinationals for 30 years, he began teaching and writing, criticizing corporate tax dodging and pressing for higher taxes to combat inequality.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Auctions get creative as the pandemic forces them online


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Amazon Backtracks From Demand That Employees Delete TikTok
TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, has been under scrutiny as a potential national security threat.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

U.S. Will Impose Tariffs on French Goods in Response to Tech Tax
The Trump administration said it would impose 25 percent tariffs on some French goods but will delay collection of the levies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Here Are the U.S. States With Travel Restrictions
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Britain Gambles on a Bankrupt Satellite Operator, OneWeb
Pushed by Brexit, the U.K. government will have a platform to expand into the space business.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Appeals Court Sends the Case of a Pink $40 Million Diamond to Trial
The diamond, auctioned by Christie's in 2013, is the subject of an ownership dispute that is making its way through the courts.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Wall Street Journal Staff Members Push for Big Changes in News Coverage
A letter from a group of Journal reporters and editors calls for "more muscular reporting about race and social inequities," as well as skepticism toward business and government leaders.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Thinking of Traveling in the U.S.? These States Have Travel Restrictions
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Facebook Said to Consider Banning Political Ads
The social network has been under intense pressure for allowing misinformation and hate speech to spread on its site.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Herman Benson, Who Fought Union Corruption, Dies at 104
A machinist and Socialist from the Bronx, he pushed trade unions to be more democratic and to depose crooked labor leaders.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Big banks brace for ugly quarterly earnings.


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Goya Foods Boycott Takes Off After Bob Unanue Praises Trump
"We're all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump," Bob Unanue said on Thursday at the White House. Critics said they would no longer use his products.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Britain Offers a Plan for Jobs, but Braces for a Wave of Layoffs
The government says it will spend nearly a billion dollars on work coaches and a new online job search platform.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Oil Demand Recovery Threatened as Virus Cases Surge: Live Market Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Amazon Asks Employees to Delete TikTok Over Security Risks
TikTok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, has been under scrutiny as a potential national security threat.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Student Loan Relief Denied in Some Fraud Cases
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is denying huge batches of relief requests from students whose schools defrauded them. Even those who aren't denied are getting very little — or sometimes nothing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Lessons from the pandemic. A car-free future. Elephants in crisis. New fiction. Ennio Morricone dies. A behind-the-scenes look at the New York City subway. And more.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Goya Foods Boycott Takes Off After Its President Praises Trump
"We're all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump," Bob Unanue said on Thursday at the White House. Critics said they would no longer use his products.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Defrauded Student Loan Borrowers Win, but Still Lose
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is denying huge batches of relief requests from students whose schools defrauded them. Even those who aren't denied are getting very little — or sometimes nothing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Sur La Table joins a growing list of bankrupt retailers.


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Sutter Health's Request to Delay $575 Million Settlement Is Denied
The large California hospital system wanted to postpone an agreement reached in a state antitrust case, as coronavirus cases rise.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

California, After Riding a Boom, Braces for Hard Times
Early hopes for a quick rebound from the pandemic have yielded to worries about its long-term impact on state finances and the governor's ambitious agenda.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Global Markets Mixed as Virus Cases Surge: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Auctions Are Crimped as the Pandemic Forces Them Online
As sellers look to shed valuable items and buyers look to collect them on the cheap, auction houses are learning to adapt with virtual events.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Filing Your Taxes Deadline: Questions and Answers for July 15th
"It's just like April 15, but in July." Here's what you need to know. And if you're owed a refund, be prepared to wait: The I.R.S. has a huge backlog.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Gemma Correll's Pandemic Diary: Just Like Her Normal Diary
The illustrator spends time with her pugs and counteracts social media with calm reality TV.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Tax Day 2020: Questions and Answers
"It's just like April 15, but in July." Here's what you need to know. And if you're owed a refund, be prepared to wait: The I.R.S. has a huge backlog.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Reckoning With Ghosts of Social Media Past
Grappling with a former online presence while facing the world with a new, more enlightened outlook. Plus: Mandatory white fun.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Social Programs Can Sometimes Turn a Profit for Taxpayers
Government assistance can be expensive, but a new study shows that some programs more than pay for themselves.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

James Murdoch Set to Acquire Large Stake in Art Basel Fairs
Investment from his firm is aimed at helping transform the company that puts on the fairs into a business focused on "future-oriented platforms and communities."

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Trump's Taxes May Be Released — Eventually
The Supreme Court said President Trump couldn't block a request for his financial records by prosecutors in New York.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Philippine Congress Officially Shuts Down Leading Broadcaster
By voting not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, lawmakers silenced a major network that had come under fire from President Rodrigo Duterte.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Philippine Congress Shuts Down Leading Broadcaster ABS-CBN
By voting not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, lawmakers silenced a major network that had come under fire from President Rodrigo Duterte.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Global Markets Are Mixed as Virus Cases Surge: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

California, After Riding a Boom, Reckons With Hard Times
Early hopes for a quick rebound from the pandemic have yielded to worries about its long-term impact on state finances and the governor's ambitious agenda.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Don't the Markets Know We're Living in a Disaster Movie?
With so much bad news out there, the big rally in the stock market is what's really scary.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Stocks Generate Big Gains and Bigger Questions
A powerful rally during drastically deteriorating economic conditions has left the market richly valued and facing great uncertainty.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Why Is a Tech Executive Installing Security Cameras Around San Francisco?
Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city's camera surveillance system might sound creepy. He's here to explain why it's not.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Gina Prince-Bythewood Made a Summer Blockbuster. It's About Time.
With "The Old Guard" on Netflix, the director of "Love & Basketball" becomes the first Black woman to make a comic-book film: "We don't get the assumption we can do it, so we have to prove we can."

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Investors Posted Returns So Great They Seemed Wrong
Bets running from coolers and campers to cloud computing helped three mutual funds trounce the S&P 500 in the second quarter.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Local Finances Are Troubled, but Fund Investors May Still Profit
High-grade municipal bond portfolios have been among the best places to find income.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2020

Awkward Timing, but the Financial Ideas Are Still Sound
A book with a provocative title says you should have two equal goals when it comes to investing: Get all you can from both your money and your life.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Helen O'Hagan, Fashion Executive Who Personified Saks, Dies at 89
As the store's head of publicity, she promoted top designers. She also lived a glamorous life as the friend and caregiver of the actress Claudette Colbert.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

A Coffee Chain Reveals Flaws in the Fed's Plan to Save Main Street
Businesses that want to use the Federal Reserve's Main Street program cannot, and many that can use it have better options in the private market.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

New York Zoos and Aquarium Plan to Open this Month
If all goes as planned with the state's reopening, the public will be allowed back to see the animals starting on July 24.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

A Coffee Chain Reveals Flaws in Fed's Plan to Save Main Street
Businesses that want to use the Fed's Main Street program cannot, and many that can use it have better options in the private market.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Jobs Outlook Remains Dim As Unemployment Claims Continue to Pour In
As unemployment claims keep pouring in, new job postings are lacking, and an end to some benefits is approaching.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Hiring Outlook Remains Dim As Unemployment Claims Continue to Pour In
As unemployment claims keep pouring in, new job postings are lacking, and an end to some benefits is approaching.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Hiring Outlook Remains Dim, With ‘Scarring in the Economy'
As unemployment claims keep pouring in, new job postings are lacking, and an end to some benefits is approaching.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

With Stores Closed, Barnes & Noble Does Some Redecorating
Retail locations shuttered during lockdowns, so the company spruced up hundreds of its stores as the first step in a bigger plan.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Drug Giants Create Fund to Bolster Struggling Antibiotic Start-Ups
New medicines are desperately needed to treat a growing number of drug-resistant infections, but many companies developing the drugs are short on cash and investments.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2020

Unemployment Claims Show Continued Pressure on Economy: Live Updates


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