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NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

U.S. Versus China: A New Era of Great Power Competition, but Without Boundaries
Under President Trump, national security concerns over China's rise have bled into trade and economic policy, and some officials see a long ideological struggle unfolding.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Philip H. Geier Jr., Who Built an Advertising Giant, Dies at 84
Over 20 years as Interpublic's chief executive, Mr. Geier acquired 200 companies to provide clients with an enormous breadth of services.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Etika, a YouTube Personality, Is Mourned by Fans
The 29-year-old's death highlighted the way that social media networks handle posts by users who are struggling with mental illness.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Wayfair Workers Walk Out, and the Specter of a Consumer Boycott Rises
Employees and consumers, with the help of activist groups on social media, are targeting companies that are doing business with detention facilities for migrant children.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Wayfair Furniture Employees Walked Out Over Sales to Migrant Facilities
Some 500 Wayfair employees signed a letter asking the furniture giant to end business with a government contractor that operates shelters for migrant children.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

N.R.A. Shuts Down Production of NRATV, and Its No. 2 Official Resigns
The N.R.A's top lobbyist, accused of plotting against its leader, has resigned. The group has also shut down its live broadcasting arm and severed ties with its ad firm.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

For a TV Editor, 500 New Shows a Year Require a Fresh Script
Coverage is adapting to a flood of programming, and tools that Jeremy Egner relied on for "Game of Thrones" (hello, fan wikis!) are now being applied to other shows.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Why Hong Kong's Protesters Are Turning to G-20 Leaders for Help
Beijing has said that its leaders will not discuss Hong Kong at the Group of 20 summit meeting. But Hong Kong protesters still hope for global backing.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

I Like Working Retail. Why Am I Too Ashamed to Say So?
Class anxieties and ungenerous colleagues can make good work situations feel bad. Here's how to address both.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Redoubles Attacks on Fed Chair, Saying ‘I Made Him'
President Trump blasted the Fed for hiking rates, even as it considers cutting them, and voiced jealousy for the European Central Bank's policies.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Target Pulls New Thread in Bikini Yarn
This swimsuit can't stop iterating.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Buy Low-Tops, Sell High-Tops: StockX Sneaker Exchange Is Worth $1 Billion
StockX is one of several online marketplaces that have turned resales of shoes into a big — and highly valued — business.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

‘My Plan B Is Maybe My Plan A': Trump Threatens New Tariffs on China
President Trump played down the importance of securing a trade deal with Beijing on Wednesday as he prepared to meet with President Xi Jinping of China this weekend.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Why Chicken Producers Are Under Investigation for Price Fixing
Claims of price manipulation have been floating around for years, but a government filing means criminal charges could follow.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Wayfair Furniture Employees to Walk Out Over Sales to Migrant Facilities
Some 500 Wayfair employees signed a letter asking the furniture giant to end business with a government contractor that operates shelters for migrant children.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Sidestepping the Huawei Ban
U.S. chip makers are still selling products to Huawei, despite a Trump administration ban on the sale of American technology to the Chinese company.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Why Hong Kong's Protesters Are Turning to G20 Leaders for Help
Beijing has already said that its leaders will not discuss Hong Kong at the upcoming G20 summit. But Hong Kong protesters still hope for global backing.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

Buy Low-Tops, Sell High-Tops: A Sneaker Exchange Is Worth $1 Billion
StockX is one of several online marketplaces that have turned resales of shoes into a big — and highly valued — business.

NYTimes Business
Jun 26, 2019

A Comprehensive Guide to Taking Your Smartphone Abroad for Cheap
For $15 to $40, you can easily bring your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel guide.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Price-Fixing in the Poultry Aisle? Why Chicken Producers Are Under Investigation
Claims of price manipulation have been floating around for years, but a government filing means criminal charges could follow.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Wayfair Workers Plan Walkout Over Sales to Migrant Detention Facilities
Some 500 Wayfair employees signed a letter asking the furniture giant to end business with a government contractor that operates shelters for migrant children.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Regulators Have Doubts About Facebook Cryptocurrency. So Do Its Partners.
The social media company said it had signed 27 partners to its Libra project. But executives at some of those companies said they were approaching it warily.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Judge Halts Treatments at Florida Stem Cell Clinic
U.S. Stem Cell must stop injecting fat extracts into patients, an unproven treatment that federal officials say blinded some patients.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Steve Dunleavy, Brash Face of Murdoch Journalism, Dies at 81
An Australian with sartorial dash, he was a reporter, columnist, editor and TV correspondent who practiced a feisty brand of tabloid journalism.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

How to Prepare for Amazon Prime Day
Prime Day 2019 will be two days: July 15 and 16. Here are the deals to expect, how to shop if you're not a Prime member, and how not to regret your purchases.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Trump Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei
Chip makers' deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Risk for Dementia May Increase With Long-Term Use of Certain Medicines
Here's what research suggests about a class of drugs called anticholinergics, which treat a wide range of ailments, from depression to bladder issues.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Sex Sells, but When It Comes to Female Pleasure, the New York Subway Isn't So Sure
A sex toy company is suing the M.T.A. for banning its advertising, calling it a "double standard."

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Fed Chair Powell Weighs Whether Cut Will Be Needed as Risks Loom
Mr. Powell underlined the Fed's insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts amid trade uncertainty.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Fed Chair Emphasizes Independence as Trump Attacks Persist
Fed Chairman Jerome H. Powell underlined the central bank's insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts as uncertainties loom.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Hidden Document Reveals N.Y. Was Warned of Looming Taxi Loan Crisis
In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Condé Nast Sells W Magazine; Stefano Tonchi Out as Top Editor
The company acquiring the bimonthly fashion title, which also owns Surface and Watch Journal, named Sara Moonves, the current style director, as W's next editor in chief.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Deploys Dozens of Satellites to Orbit
The powerful rocket is carrying an assortment of cargo, including a solar sail, an atomic clock and the ashes of 152 people.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Trump's Feud With the Fed Is Rooted in Presidential History
From Lyndon Johnson to Richard Nixon, presidents have long had fraught relationships with Fed chairs.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Kenneth Lerer Steps Down as BuzzFeed Chairman
Mr. Lerer is leaving the viral-happy website that has lately experienced turbulence after a sharp rise in prominence.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

‘Knitting Has Always Been Political': Ravelry Bans Pro-Trump Content, and Reactions Flood In
The crafting site's move set off a firestorm. "If it's one way, then it should be both ways," one knitter said. Others thought it was necessary: "In a perfect world, we would just craft."

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

AbbVie to Acquire Allergan, Botox's Maker, for $63 Billion
The deal would give AbbVie a potent source of popular treatments as it faces the loss of patent protection for its best-selling drug, Humira.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

AbbVie to Acquire Allergan, Maker of Botox, in $63 Billion Deal
The transaction would give AbbVie a potent source of popular treatments as it faces the loss of patent protection for its best-selling drug, Humira.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Botox Maker Allergan Is Sold to AbbVie in $63 Billion Deal
The transaction would give AbbVie a potent source of popular treatments as it faces the loss of patent protection for its best-selling drug, Humira.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Will Trump's Iran Sanctions Work?
His administration may be running low on effective ways to crimp the nation's economy.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Forget Tanning Beds. College Students Today Want Uber Parking.
Student housing is shifting away from recreational dazzle and toward amenities that reflect the gig economy: stronger Wi-Fi, room for collaboration and 3-D printers.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Launches on 3rd Mission
The powerful rocket is carrying an assortment of cargo to orbit, including a solar sail, an atomic clock and the ashes of 152 people.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

Nissan Reappoints Saikawa to Board as Shareholders Hammer Renault
Investors vented their anger at Nissan's French partner, showing that tensions still boil within the vast but troubled car-making alliance.

NYTimes Business
Jun 25, 2019

SpaceX Falcon Heavy's 3rd Launch — How to Watch
The powerful rocket will carry an assortment of cargo to orbit, including a solar sail, an atomic clock and the ashes of 152 people.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Why Transparency on Medical Prices Could Actually Make Them Go Higher
It could depend on how much the health care system resembles the Danish concrete market.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Taxi Officials Are Grilled Over Lending Crisis: ‘This Is a Moral Outrage'
In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Ravelry, a Popular Knitting Site, Bans Pro-Trump Content
The move set off a firestorm in the knitting world. "If it's one way, then it should be both ways," one knitter said. Others thought it was necessary: "In a perfect world, we would just craft."

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Arsenic in Bottled Water Prompts a Product Removal: How Much Is Safe?
Consumer advocates support more consistent oversight of the bottled-water industry and say it should be regulated similarly to tap water.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump's Feud With Federal Reserve Is Rooted in Presidential History
Federal Reserve chairs and presidents have long had fraught relationships.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Mitchel Levitas, Editor in Leading Posts at The Times, Dies at 89
A Polk Award winner, he edited the Op-Ed page, The Book Review, The Week in Review and also oversaw the metropolitan coverage.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Economy Is About to Hit a Record. Trump Says the Fed ‘Blew It.'
President Trump's central bank criticism comes in defiance of record stock prices and what is poised to be America's longest period of economic growth.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

How E-Commerce Sites Manipulate You Into Buying Things You May Not Want
Research released this week finds that many online retailers use so-called dark patterns to influence what shoppers decide to purchase. Cracking down on the practice could be difficult.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

William Morris Endeavor Hits Back in Fight With Hollywood Writers
After a new round of talks broke down, one of the major talent agencies sued the writers' over their decision to fire their agents.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Ann Sarnoff, a Hollywood Outsider, Will Lead Warner Bros. Studio
Ms. Sarnoff will succeed Kevin Tsujihara, who was ousted amid a sex scandal, as the leader of the storied studio behind "Casablanca" and "Wonder Woman."

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Dozens of Nursing Homes With HUD-Backed Mortgages Have ‘Serious Deficiencies'
A list of the most troubled nursing homes in the country includes 74 with mortgages insured by a federal government agency that stopped inspecting such homes several years ago.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Drug Companies Are Focusing on the Poor After Decades of Ignoring Them
The pharmaceutical industry once sued to keep AIDS drugs from dying Africans. Now companies boast of their efforts to get medicines to the developing world.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

2 Big Book and Magazine Printers Face Suit to Block Their Merger
The U.S. Justice Department is suing to stop the proposed $1.4 billion deal between Quad/Graphics and LSC Communications on antitrust grounds.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Economy is About to Hit a Record. Trump Says the Fed ‘Blew It'
President Trump's central bank criticism comes in defiance of record stock prices and what is poised to be America's longest period of economic growth.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Chinese Drones Made in America: One Company's Plan to Win Over Trump
The world's largest drone maker is the latest Chinese technology company scrambling to retain their ability to sell to the United States.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Chef Curtis Duffy Plans His Next Chicago Restaurant
Mr. Duffy and Michael Muser, who left the acclaimed Grace in 2017, say their new place, Ever, will be more opulent.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

A Machine May Not Take Your Job, but One Could Become Your Boss
The goal of automation has always been efficiency. What if artificial intelligence sees humanity itself as the thing to be optimized?

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Eldorado Resorts to Merge With Caesars in $17 Billion Casino Deal
The cash-and-stock deal would create the country's largest casino operator, the companies announced.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

DealBook Briefing: New Tech Clampdowns Could Threaten a U.S.-China Trade Deal
America continues to undermine Chinese access to U.S. technology. That could loom over impending talks between President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Google Sibling to Unveil Detailed Plan for Remaking Toronto's Waterfront
Plans include sensors for things like park bench use and toilet bowl flushes. The first details are expected to be released on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Google Sibling to Unveil Sidewalk Labs Plan for Toronto Waterfront
Plans include sensors for things like park bench use and toilet bowl flushes. The first details are expected to be released on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trash-Picking Robots? Park Bench Monitors? Toronto Debates Tech Giant's Waterfront Plans
Plans include sensors for things like park bench use and toilet bowl flushes. The first details are expected to be released on Monday.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Glare Falls on Nissan's C.E.O. as Ghosn Fallout Spreads
Seven months after the fall of Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's chief executive, Hiroto Saikawa, is facing questions about his own competence and probity.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

For Erdogan, the Bill for Turkey's Debt-Fueled Growth Comes Due
Istanbul voters' rebuke of the nation's strongman leader speaks to broader dismay over the economic disaster he oversaw.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

A Message From the Billionaire's Club: Tax Us
A group of wealthy Americans, some with inheritances and some with self-made fortunes, are calling for a tax on the net worth of people like them.

NYTimes Business
Jun 24, 2019

Lyft and Uber Were Duds, but the I.P.O. Market Is Having a Great Year
Despite all the hype and excitement, questions have hung over these I.P.O.s: What would the appetite be among investors?

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

Here's Some Money Advice: Just Buy the Coffee
No, skipping your morning caffeine boost will not make you a millionaire.

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

In Streaming Age, Classical Music Gets Lost in the Metadata
Has music streaming ignored aficionados of Mozart and Beethoven? Two new services, Idagio and Primephonic, address the needs of the genre's discerning listeners.

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

A.I. May Not Take Your Job, but It Could Become Your Boss
The goal of automation has always been efficiency. What if artificial intelligence sees humanity itself as the thing to be optimized?

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

What Happens After Amazon's Domination Is Complete? Its Bookstore Offers Clues
Popular novels, technical tomes and self-published books are pirated and sold on Amazon. That may actually be helping the company extend its grip on the book business.

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

Bookstores Find Growth as ‘Anchors of Authenticity'
Big chains once posed a threat, but independents are thriving by hosting events, adding nonbook merchandise and becoming community hubs.

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

5 Lessons From Microsoft's Antitrust Woes, by People Who Lived It
The Microsoft case from the 1990s provides a road map for today's tech giants and regulators.

NYTimes Business
Jun 23, 2019

‘Toy Story 4' Tops Box Office, but Falls Short of Studio's Hopes
The Pixar sequel made around $118 million in domestic theaters, $22 million less than Disney expected. It still flattened the competition.

NYTimes Business
Jun 22, 2019

The Week in Business: Stocks Hit a Record High, and Facebook Wants to Replace Your Bank
Plus, tensions with Iran reach a boiling point and Trump's meeting with China's president.

NYTimes Business
Jun 22, 2019

Social Security Faces a Shortfall. Your Future May Rest on Demanding a Fix.
Pressuring elected officials to repair the Social Security system would be in the self-interest of millions of Americans.

NYTimes Business
Jun 22, 2019

L.A. to Vegas and Back by Electric Car: 8 Hours Driving; 5 More Plugged In
You'll need to charge your vehicle more often than filling a gas tank, it takes longer, and the chargers can be scarce. Here's how one road trip went.

NYTimes Business
Jun 22, 2019

Austerity Has Ravaged U.K. Communities. It Has Also Spurred Reinvention.
As local governments across Britain grapple with shrunken budgets, many are going into business, funding cooperatives and speculating in real estate.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Artists Sue Universal Music Group Over Losses in 2008 Fire
Soundgarden, Hole, Steve Earle and the estates of Tom Petty and Tupac Shakur say UMG failed to protect recordings and must share money from insurance and legal claims.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

New Sex Drug for Women to Improve Low Libido Is Approved by the F.D.A.
The treatment involves an injectable pen and can cause nausea. Only one other ‘Viagra for women' therapy is on the market.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

New Sex Drug for Women to Improve Low Libido Is Approved
The treatment involves an injectable pen and can cause nausea. Only one other ‘Viagra for women' therapy is on the market.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

The Oil Market Shows It Can Take a Punch
The Persian Gulf crisis has not ignited a major price spike, thanks to growing oil production in the U.S. and a slowing in overall demand.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Veterans Agency to Offer New Depression Drug, Despite Cost and Safety Concerns
The agency is struggling to contain rising rates of suicide among veterans.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Getting Social Security Fixed May Be the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Finances
Pressuring elected officials to repair the system would be in the self-interest of millions of Americans.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Newsom Offers Plan to Help Shield California Utilities From Wildfire Liability
Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposal for a $21 fund would also protect power company customers from the kind of huge claims that have already helped push Pacific Gas & Electric into bankruptcy.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

California Wildfire Fund Would Put Aside $21 Billion for Damage Claims
Gov. Gavin Newsom aims to shield utility customers from the kind of liabilities that have helped push Pacific Gas & Electric into bankruptcy.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

What Are You Doing for Lunch?
A vintage look at getting away from work (usually) to grab a bite.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Fed Officials Make the Case for Cutting Interest Rates as Risks Loom
The presidents of the St. Louis and Minneapolis branches of the Federal Reserve want rates cut now, and even the central bank's vice chair says uncertainty is growing.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

U.S. Blacklists More Chinese Tech Companies Over National Security Concerns
The move to place five additional Chinese actors on the "entity list" heightens tensions just as American and Chinese officials try to get trade talks back on track

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Does Trump Have the Legal Authority to Demote the Federal Reserve Chairman?
Pressuring the Fed to juice the economy as he seeks re-election, the president is toying with an unprecedented challenge to its independence.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

The Gender Gap in Computer Science Research Won't Close for 100 Years
Women and men are forecast to produce a similar volume of medical research by 2048, according to a new study. In computer science, that won't happen until 2137.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Computer Science Research Gender Gap Won't Close for 100 Years
Women and men are forecast to produce a similar volume of medical research by 2048, according to a new study. In computer science, that won't happen until 2137.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Will Bank Overdraft Fees Spread Again? Consumer Agency Is Reviewing the Rule
Consumer advocates say the overdraft rule has helped people avoid excessive penalties — like the cup of coffee that ends up costing $35.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Want the Robocalls to Stop? Congress Does, Too
A bipartisan bill introduced by House members would require phone carriers to offer screening technology to customers at no additional cost.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

DealBook Briefing: The Stock Market Hit a Record. Thank the Fed.
Investors think that an interest rate cut is a certainty in July.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Puja Patel's Pitchfork Work Diary: ‘Our Staffers Decidedly Own the Dance Floor'
As a young music writer, she read Pitchfork religiously. Now she is the site's first female editor in chief.

NYTimes Business
Jun 21, 2019

Being Transgender at Goldman Sachs
How Maeve DuVally, an employee in the bank's buttoned-up communications department, became herself at work.

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