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NYTimes Business
Jan 27, 2021

While You Weren't Looking: Revised Airline Policies May Make Flying Better
Four years after a man was dragged from a plane, amended rules regarding involuntary bumping and oversold flights are about to be enacted. And there are more changes to come.

NYTimes Business
Jan 27, 2021

MyPillow C.E.O.'s Trump Conspiracy Theories Put Company on the Spot
Retailers have stopped carrying its products, though Mike Lindell, the founder and face of MyPillow, blamed "cancel culture" and said he didn't think it would last.

NYTimes Business
Jan 27, 2021

Mellon Foundation to Fund Diversity Programs at Library of Congress
The library will start an initiative, called "Of the People: Widening the Path," with the help of a $15 million grant.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Tony Hsieh's Fatal Night: An Argument, Drugs, a Locked Door and Sudden Fire
The blaze that killed the former Zappos chief executive may have been caused by "carelessness or even an intentional act," Connecticut fire and police officials said.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Microsoft's Profits Rise 33%, Driven by Cloud Computing and Xbox


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Microsoft's Profits Rise 33%, Driven by Cloud Computing and Xbox: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

What Jeffrey Epstein Did to Earn $158 Million From Leon Black
Mr. Epstein specialized in aggressively pitching ways to minimize paying taxes. And not just to Mr. Black, the private equity chief executive who was his main benefactor in his later years.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Biden Moves to End Justice Contracts with Private Prisons
The president's latest batch of executive orders takes steps to promote racial equity.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Tony Hsieh's Deadly Night: An Argument, Drugs, a Locked Door and Sudden Fire
The blaze that killed the former Zappos chief executive may have been caused by "carelessness or even an intentional act," Connecticut fire and police officials said.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Microsoft profits jump 33 percent as pandemic continues shift to cloud computing.
The company had its first $5 billion quarter for its gaming business, as people looked for entertainment at home and Microsoft launched the long awaited new generation of its Xbox console.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Mike Lindell, the MyPillow C.E.O. and a Trump conspiracy advocate, is barred from Twitter.


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Tony Hsieh's Last Night: An Argument, Drugs, a Locked Door and Sudden Fire
The blaze that killed the former Zappos chief executive may have been caused by "carelessness or even an intentional act," Connecticut fire and police officials said.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Biden's Commerce Pick Vows to Combat China and Climate Change
While Gina M. Raimondo had tough words for China, she drew criticism from Republicans for her refusal to commit to continuing a Trump-era policy related to Chinese telecom firm Huawei.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Catch up: Leon Black will step down as C.E.O. of Apollo after an inquiry found he paid $150 million to Jeffrey Epstein.


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Janet Yellen Sworn in as Treasury Secretary: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Fios Outage Disrupts East Coast Work and School
Verizon said on Twitter that a fiber optic cable had been cut in Brooklyn, but it was not clear if that was the only cause of the outage.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

The Secrets of Instagram Growth-Hacking
It depends on what you mean by "secret," and also "success."

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Aetna to Expand Coverage for Gender-Affirming Surgeries
One of the nation's largest health insurers is agreeing to pay for breast augmentation for some trans women.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

How America's Food System Could Change Under Biden
New school meal standards? Help for small farmers? Maybe, but first the new administration has to deal with hunger, food safety and a diminished U.S.D.A.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Washington Post Editor Marty Baron to Retire
After a storied journalism career, The Post's executive editor, 66, said he would depart on Feb. 28.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Flight Attendants Complain of 'Mob Mentality' in Air
Furloughs, passengers who won't wear masks and tense political confrontations contributed to a year of perpetual chaos for flight attendants. "It's insane," one veteran attendant said.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

What Do Gamers Wear?
With millions of fans on social media, gamers have stepped up their game, incorporating luxury, streetwear and even cosplay into their looks.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Watch Biden Commerce Nominee Gina Raimondo Testify: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Fire That Killed Hsieh May Have Been Carelessness or Intentional, Officials Say
A Connecticut fire department released an official report on the November death of Tony Hsieh, the former Zappos chief executive.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

A Vine Reunion? Video Apps Clash and Byte Join Forces
Now they want to help users make money.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

PepsiCo and Beyond Meat are teaming up on plant-based snacks.
Beyond Meat is looking to expand beyond the meat aisle after previously teaming up with restaurant chains like McDonald's, Subway and Pizza Hut.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Ghost Kitchens Find a Home in Empty Hotels
Restaurateurs hunting for cut-rate space in the pandemic are teaming up with eager partners in another beleaguered industry.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

CBS Suspends Two Executives Accused of Racist and Sexist Conduct
The executives, Peter Dunn and David Friend, were placed on leave after a report in The Los Angeles Times in which they were accused of creating a hostile work environment.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Twitter Acquires Revue, a Newsletter Company
The latest in a series of additions is seen as an attempt to compete with the growing popularity of outfits like Substack.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

BlackRock's Larry Fink Sets a Bolder Climate Goal in Annual Letter
Larry Fink is using his firm's huge influence to pressure companies to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Testing Requirement Is the Latest Curveball for the Travel Industry
The United States now requires a negative coronavirus test for all arriving international travelers, which has hotels adding testing suites and airlines enhancing mobile apps with health features.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Larry Fink of BlackRock Sets Bold Climate Goals for Corporate America
The BlackRock chief plans to pressure companies to do more to cut carbon emissions, using the weight of his firm's $9 trillion in assets.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Twitter Bars MyPillow C.E.O. Mike Lindell: Live Business Updates
The move on Monday night followed numerous tweets by Mr. Lindell promoting debunked conspiracy theories about election fraud.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Europe's huge spending to keep businesses alive risks could cause economic growth to stagnate.


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Mask Fights and a ‘Mob Mentality': What Flight Attendants Faced Over the Last Year
Furloughs, passengers who won't wear masks and tense political confrontations contributed to a year of perpetual chaos for flight attendants. "It's insane," one veteran attendant said.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

British Auto Industry Risks Slow Decline After Brexit
Lacking a strong domestic battery industry, Britain may be left behind by the shift to electric cars.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

They Found a Way to Limit Big Tech's Power: Using the Design of Bitcoin
Companies inspired by the cryptocurrency are creating social networks, storing online content and hosting websites without any central authority.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Who Owns Stocks? Explaining the Rise in Inequality During the Pandemic
Bad economies usually hurt both workers and investors. Only the first part has been true this time.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

As Senate Weighs Biden's Commerce Pick, Here's What to Watch
A Senate committee will question Gina M. Raimondo, President Biden's pick for commerce secretary, at a hearing Tuesday morning.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

How to Pay for College (and Not Lose Your Shirt)
"The Price You Pay for College," by Ron Lieber, is a comprehensive guide to navigating an often treacherous process.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Mike Lindell, MyPillow C.E.O. and a Trump conspiracy advocate, is barred from Twitter.


NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Twitter Bans MyPillow C.E.O. Mike Lindell: Live Business Updates
The move on Monday night followed numerous tweets by Mr. Lindell promoting debunked conspiracy theories about election fraud.

NYTimes Business
Jan 26, 2021

Colombians Ask: Who Would Dare Patent Panela?
Makers of Latin America's favorite traditional sweetener say a sugar engineer wants exclusive control of their centuries-old product.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Senate Confirms Janet L. Yellen as Treasury Secretary
Janet L. Yellen won Senate confirmation along bipartisan lines and now faces a big challenge in confronting an economic threat that has caused financial hardship for millions of Americans.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Leon Black to Step Down as Apollo's C.E.O. Over Payments to Jeffrey Epstein
An inquiry's finding that Leon Black, the billionaire boss of Apollo Global Management, paid the convicted sex offender $158 million touched off an attempt to remove him.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

The case for and against sending Americans bigger stimulus checks.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Is the Covid-19 Vaccine Effective Against New South African Variant?
Vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech effectively protect recipients. But in a worrying sign, they are slightly less effective against a variant found in South Africa.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.
Regulators in Norway said Grindr had illegally shared details on users' sexual orientation and locations with several advertising companies.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Leon Black to Step Down as Apollo's C.E.O. After Firm Finds More Payments to Jeffrey Epstein
An inquiry's finding that Leon Black, the billionaire boss of Apollo Global Management, paid the convicted sex offender $150 million touched off an attempt to remove him.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

As Virus Grows Stealthier, Vaccine Makers Reconsider Battle Plans
Vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech effectively protect recipients. But in a worrying sign, they are slightly less effective against a variant found in South Africa.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Google to lend its facilities for use as vaccine clinics.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Rupert Murdoch, Accepting Award, Condemns ‘Awful Woke Orthodoxy'
Mr. Murdoch of News Corp, who spoke in a video, has been relatively quiet publicly in recent years. He called conformity on social media "a straitjacket on sensibility."

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Rupert Murdoch, Accepting Award, Denounces ‘Awful Woke Orthodoxy'
Mr. Murdoch of News Corp, who spoke in a video, has been relatively quiet publicly in recent years. He called conformity on social media "a straitjacket on sensibility."

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Why Your TV Spies on You
Selling consumer electronics is hard, forcing companies to resort to shady tactics to make money.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Amazon Union Drive in Alabama Warehouse Gains Momentum
Workers at a warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., are to vote next month on whether to unionize, the largest and most viable effort of its kind involving the technology giant.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

GameStop Shares Surge as Small Traders Hype Stock Options
Shares of companies like GameStop are becoming detached from the kinds of factors that traditionally help benchmark a company's valuation.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

The Metropolitan Opera Hires Its First Chief Diversity Officer
Marcia Sells has been brought on to rethink equity and inclusion at the largest performing arts institution in the United States.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

For Sale: Souvenirs of Capitalism's Failures
A bustling market for souvenirs of Lehman Brothers, Enron, and other casualties of the system.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Wall Street executives will return to Saudi Arabia's ‘Davos in the Desert' conference this week.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Budweiser Won't Advertise at the Super Bowl: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Budweiser Won't Advertise at Super Bowl LV
Budweiser, an Anheuser-Busch company, said it would donate portions of its advertising budget to a pro-vaccine campaign.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Saudi Arabia's Future Investment Initiative Attracts Wall Street C.E.O.s
Is there a statute of limitations on attending "Davos in the Desert"?

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

AMC Avoids Bankruptcy for the Fifth Time: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Moderna Says Vaccine Still Protects Against Virus Variants
The vaccine yields fewer antibodies against the variant discovered in South Africa, and so the company plans to test an alternate version.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

The latest: Godiva will close or sell its 128 stores in North America.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Wall Street C.E.O.s Return to Saudi Arabia's 'Davos in the Desert'
Is there a statute of limitations on attending "Davos in the Desert"?

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Rich nations will pay a price if poor nations are shut out of vaccines.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Online fashion retailer Boohoo to buy Debenhams brand for $75 million.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

China overtakes the U.S. as the top destination for foreign direct investment.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Progressives are mad at Biden for his potential pick for banking regulator.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

The I.R.S. will start accepting tax returns on Feb. 12, about two weeks later than usual.


NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

How Options Trading Could Be Fueling a Stock Market Bubble
A swell of individual investors are betting that stocks will go up. That enthusiasm is having a growing influence over the regular stock market itself.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Taboola, Top Purveyor of Chumbox Ads, Will Go Public via SPAC
The content recommendation company is set to announce it will go public via Wall Street's hottest trend — a publicly traded deal vehicle known as a SPAC. The deal values it at $2.6 billion.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Amazon Union Drive Takes Hold in Unlikely Place
Workers at a warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., are to vote next month on whether to unionize, the largest and most viable effort of its kind involving the technology giant.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Are Stocks in a Bubble? How Options Are Driving Markets Higher
A swell of individual investors are betting that stocks will go up. It's enough to make their expectations into reality. For now, at least.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

China Wanted to Show Off Its Vaccines. It's Backfiring.
Delays, inconsistent data, spotty disclosures and the country's attacks on Western rivals have marred its ambitious effort to portray itself as a leader in global health.

NYTimes Business
Jan 25, 2021

Europe's Bankruptcies Are Plummeting. That May Be a Problem.
Governments have extended national programs to keep troubled businesses afloat, but the aid may only be postponing a painful reckoning.

NYTimes Business
Jan 24, 2021

Trump Wants Back on Facebook. This Star-Studded Jury Might Let Him.
A new kind of corporate supercourt is looking for legitimacy.

NYTimes Business
Jan 24, 2021

How to Keep Internet Trolls Out of Remote Workplaces
When companies move all employee communications online, they face the same problems as the rest of the internet. But they don't have to let bad behavior seep in.

NYTimes Business
Jan 24, 2021

To Promote Vaccines, New Orleans Dances With Its Sleeves Rolled Up
The new, upbeat ‘Sleeves Up, NOLA' campaign deftly uses local personalities and the Carnival dance culture to encourage citizens to get a Covid shot.

NYTimes Business
Jan 24, 2021

The Week in Business: Biden Gets Down to Business
Biden started off his presidency with a flurry of economy-focused executive orders. Netflix's budget broke even — for the first time. And Parler won't be back online anytime soon.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Auto Insurance During a Pandemic
Is your car spending more time in the garage than on the road? You may be able to reduce your auto insurance payments.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Uber, After Buying Postmates, Lays Off More Than 180 Employees
The layoffs include most of the executive team at Postmates, the food delivery app that Uber bought last year.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

How Newsmakers and News Hosts Are Remembering Larry King
CNN colleagues like Wolf Blitzer and Christiane Amanpour were joined by celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Magic Johnson and Celine Dion in mourning the longtime broadcaster.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Mega Millions Ticket for $1 Billion Jackpot Was Sold in Michigan
An unidentified person bought the Mega Millions ticket at a grocery store in Novi, Mich. It was the third-biggest jackpot in U.S. history.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

$1 Billion Lottery Prize Ticket Was Sold in Michigan
An unidentified person bought the Mega Millions ticket at a grocery store in Novi, Mich. It was the third-biggest jackpot in U.S. history.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Progressives Are Seething Over Biden's Likely Pick for Banking Regulator
A former Obama administration official is the front-runner to be comptroller of the currency. The prospect has angered groups hoping for more dramatic reform.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Biden Seeks to Define His Presidency by an Early Emphasis on Equity
Only two presidents before him have used their inaugural weeks to push for equality with the same force, according to one historian.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

The Business Case for Boardroom Diversity
When big banks see a benefit in helping companies recruit more diverse directors, it's a sign that there are not just morals at play — there is money at stake, too.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Financial Aid: Grades, Merit and Talking to Kids About Paying for College
Most colleges and universities now use a "merit" aid strategy to solicit teenagers. Your eighth grader probably ought to know how it works.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

If Poor Countries Go Unvaccinated, a Study Says, Rich Ones Will Pay
A failure to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine in poor nations will worsen economic damage, with half the costs borne by wealthy countries, new research shows.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

The Vaccinated Class
"Getting the vaccine is the hottest thing you could be doing on a dating app right now," said a spokesman for OKCupid.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Herman Miller C.E.O. Grapples With Politics and Pandemic
As the C.E.O. of Herman Miller, Andi Owen has had to navigate a polarized work force while thinking about the future of the offices her company makes furniture for.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Help With Vaccination Push Comes From Unexpected Businesses
Microsoft, Starbucks and Amazon are among the companies offering the government assistance with logistics and operations.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Do Curfews Slow the Coronavirus?
A restriction more often used in natural disasters, or to quell unrest, has never been tested against a pathogen like the virus.

NYTimes Business
Jan 23, 2021

Celebrity Pregnancy Is Big Business
These days, content begins at conception.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2021

Beny Steinmetz, a Mining Magnate, Found Guilty in Swiss Corruption Trial
Mr. Steinmetz, a French-Israeli businessman, was convicted on charges of corrupting foreign public officials in a bid to reap iron ore resources in Guinea. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2021

Pfizer Will Ship Fewer Covid-19 Vaccine Vials to Account for ‘Extra' Doses
After the surprise discovery of an extra dose in every vial, Pfizer executives successfully lobbied the F.D.A. to change the vaccine's formal authorization language. The company charges by the dose.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2021

The New Yorker Returns Award for Story on Japanese Rent-a-Family
"A Theory of Relativity," a 2018 article by the staff writer Elif Batuman, was honored in the feature writing category.

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