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NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Saudi Money Makes a Big Splash in Video Games
For struggling American video game companies, Saudi Arabia's investments in the industry have been hard to resist. Not all gamers are happy about it.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

SpaceX Rocket Fails in Orbit
The malfunction, the first since 2016, ended a streak of more than 300 successful launches for the Falcon 9 rocket.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Marathon Oil Agrees to Pay Record EPA Penalty
The company will spend $242 million to resolve allegations that it released methane, a greenhouse gas, and other pollutants in North Dakota.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

How News Outlets Are Covering Kamala Harris
Some liberal news organizations have started playing up Ms. Harris's perceived strengths. Conservative ones have stepped up their criticisms of her.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

The End of the Affair? Not for Eric Schmidt.
While Mr. Schmidt was chief executive of Google, he had an extramarital relationship with Marcy Simon, a public relations executive. A decade after they split, things are still messy.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

SpaceX Rocket Fails, Breaking Apart in Orbit
The failure, the first since 2016, ended a streak of more than 300 successful launches for the Falcon 9 rocket.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

AT&T Says Phone Data of ‘Nearly All' Customers Was Breached in 2022
More than 100 million customers' phone records were exposed, but the breach did not include contents of calls, texts or personally identifiable information.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Antitrust Regulator Tells Chains: Back Off Your Franchisees
After a yearlong inquiry, the Federal Trade Commission warned brands not to gag their small business operators or charge them extra fees.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

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The amount unaccounted for after the failure of a company that operated banking software for online financial start-ups.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Saudi Arabia Extends Its Embrace of the World of Video Games
For struggling American video game companies, Saudi Arabia's investments in the industry have been hard to resist. Not all gamers are happy about it.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

AT&T Says Data of ‘Nearly All' Customers Was Breached in 2022
The breach affected customers who used the company's services between May and October 2022. The stolen data does not include content of calls and texts, the company said.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

JPMorgan and Wells Fargo Earnings Show Toll of Inflation
JPMorgan and Wells Fargo reported that overall deposits dropped. At Wells Fargo, a core measure of profitability sank.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Biden Donors Still Have Questions After His Latest Test
The president's performance in Thursday's news conference at the NATO summit may not have been enough to calm Democratic donors and officials.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

How the ‘Glass Cliff Effect' Sets Women Up for Failure
The term, which traces to 2005, describes a phenomenon where companies appoint women to leadership roles in moments of crisis, which can set them up for failure.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

The Election Muddle Aside, Investing Has Been a Snap Lately
Stocks prospered in the first half of 2024 but national politics clouds the outlook.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

How Biden's Stumbles Collided With a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory
Some far-right commentators have long argued that Democratic Party elites were plotting to replace President Biden. Now those commentators say they'll be proved correct.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

How to Avoid Vacation Rental Fees? Book Direct.
It takes some work to find a rental you can book directly, but the payoff can be significant.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

China Reaches Record Trade Surplus, Raising Alarm Abroad
China's factories have begun an export blitz, prompting worries around the world about the effect on economies elsewhere.

NYTimes Business
Jul 12, 2024

Here's Why These Boho Knotless Braids Cost $450.
For many Black women, summertime calls for braids. Pricing for knotless braids, which are faster to braid, feel lighter and have gotten more popular, depends on the length and size of each braid and color blend, and whether hair used in the boho style is human or synthetic.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

In News Conference, Biden Has Slips but Shows Strength on Foreign Policy
In a nearly hourlong appearance, President Biden hit back at questions about his fitness for office and engaged in long discourses on China and Gaza.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

In News Conference, Biden Has Stumbles but Shows Strength on Foreign Policy
In a nearly hourlong appearance, President Biden hit back at questions about his fitness for office and engaged in long discourses on China and Gaza.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

The Beastie Boys Sue Chili's Over Use of ‘Sabotage'
The band said that the restaurant chain had ripped off the song and its music video in advertising videos posted to social media. The group has won similar cases in the past.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Costco Raises Membership Fees for First Time in 7 Years
An increase of more than 8 percent will take effect on Sept. 1. The base membership will go up by $5, to $65 per year.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

PepsiCo Chip Sales Drop as Prices Sting
PepsiCo reports in its earnings that people are buying fewer salty snacks from its Frito-Lay brands. It's not the only food company that is seeking to lure back consumers stung by high prices.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Fraud Case Against Rich Exile Who Riled Beijing Goes to Jury
Guo Wengui fled China and allied with the American right in a quixotic quest to end Communist rule. U.S. prosecutors say he stole over $1 billion from his followers.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Biden's Pick to Lead F.D.I.C. Faces Little Resistance in Senate Hearing
Nominated for chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Christy Goldsmith Romero was cheered by Democrats and accepted by Republicans at a hearing.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Have Potato Chips Reached Peak Price?
PepsiCo reports in its earnings that people are buying fewer salty snacks from its Frito-Lay brands. It's not the only food company that is seeking to lure back consumers stung by high prices.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

David Liederman, 75, Dies; Found Sweet Success With David's Cookies
His innovative version of the chocolate chip cookie, studded with irregular pieces of dark Swiss chocolate, led to a chain of more than 100 stores worldwide.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

‘Fly Me to the Moon' Is a Throwback Amid Summer Blockbusters
Directed by Greg Berlanti, the film amounts to a Hollywood experiment: Is there still room at the multiplexes for original movies aimed at grown-ups.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Hallmark Will Arrive in September, Joining the Streaming Fray
Hallmark , which arrives in September, will include free greeting cards and a "Hallmark Hunk" competition show.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Inflation Cooled Further in June, Welcome News for the Fed and Consumers
The Consumer Price Index rose 3 percent in June from a year earlier and fell month-to-month, a sharper slowdown in inflation than economists had expected.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Once a G.O.P. Rallying Cry, Debt and Deficits Fall From the Party's Platform
Fiscal hawks are lamenting the transformation of the party that claimed to prize fiscal restraint and are warning of dire economic consequences.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

After French Election, Voters Are Resigned to Cost-of-Living Crisis
France's parliamentary elections were intended to bring change, but many fear the political gridlock means their struggle to pay bills will continue.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Germany to Strip Huawei From Its 5G Networks
Major telecom companies agreed to stop using critical components made by Chinese companies in their mobile infrastructure by 2029.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Live Updates: Inflation Cooled Further in June
The Consumer Price Index rose 3 percent in June on an annual basis, a sharper slowdown in inflation than economists had expected. On a monthly basis, prices dropped 0.1 percent.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Apple Settles E.U. Case by Opening Its Payment Service to Rivals
Customers in Europe may see an influx of new apps and services for making tap-and-go purchases.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

After More Calls to Step Down, Biden Faces a New Test
Fresh calls from lawmakers and donors to step down have increased pressure on the president, as he prepares to hold a crucial news conference.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Fresh Inflation Data Is Expected to Show Continued Cooling
The Federal Reserve is watching inflation figures as it contemplates when to lower interest rates, and could receive positive news Thursday.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Biden Offers $1.7 Billion to Help Factories Build Electric Vehicles
A Jeep plant that closed last year will be among those that will benefit from federal grants meant to help automotive manufacturers and protect jobs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

Biden's High-Stakes Moment: Tonight's NATO News Conference
The president's allies, doubters and enemies will be watching for any evidence of stumbles as he fields questions from reporters.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

I.R.S. Crackdown on Delinquent Millionaires Yields $1 Billion
The beefed-up enforcement is part of the agency's modernization initiative aimed at improving customer service and catching wealthy tax evaders.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

For L.G.B.T.Q. People, Moving to Friendlier States Comes With a Cost
Laws targeting gender-affirming care have uprooted thousands. But places that are more supportive can also be more expensive.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

How Elon Musk and SpaceX Plan to Colonize Mars
SpaceX employees are working on plans for a Martian city, including dome habitats, spacesuits and researching whether humans can procreate off Earth. Mr. Musk has volunteered his sperm.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

How Climate Change Is Changing Mississippi's Cruise Business
Though operators are building ships, and towns are investing in landings and other infrastructure, fluctuations in the river's flow, exacerbated by climate change, are hampering sailings.

NYTimes Business
Jul 11, 2024

David Liederman, 75, Who Found Sweet Success With David's Cookies, Dies
His innovative version of the chocolate chip cookie, studded with irregular pieces of dark Swiss chocolate, led to a chain of more than 100 stores worldwide.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

David Liederman, Who Found Sweet Success With David's Cookies, Dies at 75
His innovative version of the chocolate chip cookie, studded with irregular pieces of dark Swiss chocolate, led to a chain of more than 100 stores worldwide.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Archegos Founder Bill Hwang Found Guilty on 10 Charges
Mr. Hwang was convicted on counts including securities fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy and racketeering and could spend the rest of his life in prison.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Biden Sets Second Post-Debate Interview, This Time With NBC's Lester Holt
The interview will air in prime-time on NBC on Monday, the first night of the Republican National Convention.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

NASA Says No Plan to Use SpaceX to Rescue Boeing Starliner Astronauts
In a news conference from aboard the International Space Station, Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams said they had confidence in the troubled spacecraft to get them home.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Release of Kevin Costner's Next ‘Horizon' Film Is Canceled
The film was supposed to hit theaters on Aug. 16, but that plan was scrapped after the first chapter of the Western saga disappointed at the box office.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Kevin Costner's Next ‘Horizon' Film Release Is Canceled
The film was supposed to hit theaters on Aug. 16, but that plan was scrapped after the first chapter of the Western saga disappointed at the box office.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Three West African Countries Exit Regional ECOWAS Bloc
Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger are withdrawing from a 49-year-old regional alliance that has allowed goods and nearly 400 million people to travel freely across a tightly connected region.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

What Travelers Need to Know About Hurricane Season
Hurricane Beryl set records as the earliest Category 5 storm ever. What does that mean for the rest of hurricane season? Here's what travelers need to know.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews to Step Down
Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews, who ascended to the role last year, will be a senior adviser on coverage through the presidential election.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

U.S. and Allies Take Aim at Covert Russian Disinformation Campaign
Intelligence officials from three countries flagged a Russian influence campaign that used artificial intelligence to create nearly 1,000 fake accounts on the social media platform X.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

They Hit Their Health Care Deductible. It Was Time to Party.
Some of those grappling with high health care costs are finding ways to celebrate small wins and build a sense of community.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

George Stephanopoulos Says Biden Can't Serve Another Term in TMZ Video
The ABC anchor, in a surreptitious recording, said, "I don't think he can serve four more years."

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

In TMZ Video, George Stephanopoulos Says Biden Can't Serve Another Term
The ABC anchor, in a surreptitious recording, said, "I don't think he can serve four more years."

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

CNN Cuts 100 Jobs, and Announces Plan for Digital Subscription Product
The network's C.E.O., Mark Thompson, has promised a more robust digital strategy as people flee traditional cable packages.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Biden Announces Tariffs on Chinese Metals Routed Through Mexico
The measure aims to close a loophole that officials said allowed metals made partly in China to come into the United States duty free.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Fed Chair Powell Cheers Markets Looking for Signs on Rate Cuts
The S&P 500 winning streak rolled on after the Fed chair made encouraging comments about inflation and the state of the labor market.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Help The Times Report on Optum-Controlled Doctor's Offices
The Times wants to hear from patients and providers about medical practices affiliated with Optum, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group. Share your experience below.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Amazon Says It Reached a Climate Goal Seven Years Early
The company said it effectively got all of the electricity it used last year from sources that did not produce greenhouse gas emissions. Some experts have faulted the company's calculations.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

How Beautycounter Fell Apart, Sinking Almost $700 Million With It
When the private equity firm Carlyle bought Beautycounter, the skin care brand that people sold at kitchen tables, everything changed.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Samsung Union Workers Launch Indefinite Strike
The tech giant's largest union escalated its dispute with management after failing to reach an agreement over pay and working policies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 10, 2024

Britain Has Huge Clean Energy Ambitions, but Are They Realistic?
Analysts warn that the Labour Party's proposals are unlikely to be cheap and could come at the cost of jobs in the oil and gas industry.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

U.S. and Allies Target Russian Bots Working to Spread Propaganda
Intelligence officials from three countries flagged a Russian influence campaign that used artificial intelligence to create nearly 1,000 fake accounts on the social media platform X.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

U.A.W. Monitor Reveals Details About Investigation Into Union Leader
A court-appointed monitor said he was looking into allegations that a union official was punished for resisting actions that would have benefited the union president's partner and her sister.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Sacklers Threatened with Lawsuits from States and Creditors for Purdue Pharma
Legal maneuverings followed a Supreme Court ruling last month that denied the Sackler family immunity from liability over its role in the opioid crisis.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Metal Thieves Are Stripping America's Cities
Across the country, copper and other valuable materials have been stolen from streetlights, statues and even gravesites, costing millions to repair.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Tesla's Share of U.S. Electric Car Market Falls Below 50%
A new report estimates that the company led by Elon Musk accounted for just under half of all battery-powered vehicles sold in the second quarter of the year.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

F.T.C. Slams Middlemen for High Drug Prices
In a report, the regulator sharply criticized pharmacy benefit managers, a turnaround from its longstanding tolerance of their practices.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Organizer of World Economic Forum in Davos Accused of Discrimination
A former employee sued the nonprofit, accusing it of denying professional opportunities because of her race and gender.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Fed Chair Powell Welcomes Cooling Inflation
Jerome H. Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, delivered optimistic remarks to Senators as inflation and the job market slow gently.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Reliability of U.S. Economic Data Is in Jeopardy, Study Finds
A report says new approaches and increased spending are needed to ensure that government statistics remain dependable and free of political influence.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Autistic Employees Find New Ways to Navigate the Workplace
As diagnoses of autism rise, Microsoft and other large companies are working to better support autistic workers so they can thrive without "masking."

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

F.T.C. Says Middlemen Seem to Drive Up Drug Prices
In a report, the regulator sharply criticized pharmacy benefit managers, a reversal from its longstanding hands-off approach to policing the companies.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Biden Pushes Back Against Big Donors
The president's joined a call intended to soothe wealthy backers' worries and tried to shift the focus to attacking Donald Trump.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Music Catalog Giant Hipgnosis Is Sold, and Merck Mercuriadis Exits
The company, whose pricey acquisitions kicked off a rush on catalog sales, sold its assets to Blackstone for $1.6 billion, and its outspoken leader will step down.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Political Gridlock Will Raise the Economic Stakes in France
The French election results point to a prolonged political logjam, which may not help a country bedeviled by high debt and slowing economic growth.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

Synapse Bankruptcy: When a Fintech Isn't a Bank and Savings Accounts Are Frozen
For unsuspecting depositors of online financial start-ups, the unraveling of a little-known intermediary has separated them from their life savings.

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

David Ellison Poised to Become a New Mogul in a Diminished Hollywood
David Ellison is poised to soon run Paramount Pictures, among other entertainment assets. But what does that mean in a fractured cultural landscape?

NYTimes Business
Jul 09, 2024

As Chronic Work Stress Climbs, Enter the Burnout Coach
As chronic work stress climbs, entrepreneurs find opportunity in the burgeoning space of burnout coaching.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

How a Wall St. Law Firm Wants to Define Consequences of Gaza-War Protests
Sullivan & Cromwell is requiring job applicants to explain their participation in protests. Critics see the policy as a way to silence speech about the war.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Boeing Plea Deal Involving 737 Max: What to Know and What Comes Next
The plane manufacturer must still resolve various legal challenges and operational problems tied to the troubled 737 Max plane.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Biden Administration Rule Would Increase Authority to Block Foreign Deals
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States proposed a rule that would make it harder for foreigners to buy land near military bases.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Multibillion-Dollar Fraud Trial Against Archegos Founder Nears Its End
Prosecutors and lawyers presented closing arguments in the case against Bill Hwang, who is charged with 11 counts including securities fraud and racketeering.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Sullivan & Cromwell Wants to Define Consequences of Protesting Israel
Sullivan & Cromwell is requiring job applicants to explain their participation in protests. Critics see the policy as a way to silence speech about the war.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

A Wall Street Law Firm Wants to Define Consequences of Anti-Israel Protests
Sullivan & Cromwell is requiring job applicants to explain their participation in protests. Critics see the policy as a way to silence speech about the war.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

U.S. Creates High-Tech Global Supply Chains to Blunt Risks Tied to China
The Biden administration is trying to get foreign companies to invest in chip-making in the United States and more countries to set up factories to do final assembly and packaging.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Biden's Wall Street Donors Are Increasingly ‘Concerned'
Major backers in finance spent the weekend discussing whether to stick with the president, or to call on him to withdraw.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Copenhagen Offers Rewards to Summer Visitors Who Act Responsibly
The Danish capital is offering free museum tours, art workshops and more to visitors who take part in climate-friendly initiatives.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Lausanne, Where the Olympics Never End
A new arts district, stylish restaurants and a museum that pays homage to the Games greet visitors to this Swiss city, home to the International Olympic Committee.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Boeing Agrees to Plead Guilty to Felony Charge Over 737 Max Crashes
As part of the deal, stemming from fatal 737 Max crashes in 2018 and 2019, the company agreed to pay a fine of nearly half a billion dollars and strengthen its safety programs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

Boeing Agrees to Plead Guilty to Felony in Deal With Justice Department
As part of the deal, stemming from fatal 737 Max crashes in 2018 and 2019, the company agreed to pay a fine of nearly half a billion dollars and strengthen its safety programs.

NYTimes Business
Jul 08, 2024

How the Yen's Slide Is Undermining Japan's Defense Buildup
Japan is struggling to fund plans that would significantly bolster its military readiness amid rising regional threats.

NYTimes Business
Jul 07, 2024

Meet David Ellison, the CEO of Skydance and Paramount's New Owner
He left college to try out acting. Now, he's set to become one of the most powerful people in Hollywood.

NYTimes Business
Jul 07, 2024

Skydance Reaches Deal to Merge With Paramount
The deal, approved by Paramount's board, ushers in a new chapter for the company, which owns CBS and the movie studio behind "Top Gun."

NYTimes Business
Jul 07, 2024

Jane F. McAlevey, Who Empowered Workers Across the Globe, Dies at 59
An organizer and author, she believed that a union was only as strong as its members and trained thousands "to take over their unions and change them."

NYTimes Business
Jul 07, 2024

‘Goodest Job' or ‘Good as Job'? The White House Wants a Word.
ABC News tweaked its transcript of an intriguing moment in its Friday interview with the president after the Biden administration and news outlets raised questions.

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