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NYTimes Business
Apr 14, 2021

National Endowment for the Humanities Announces New Grants
The first round of funding for the year totals $24 million and will support 225 projects across the country.

NYTimes Business
Apr 14, 2021

Hundreds of Companies Unite to Oppose Voting Limits, but Others Abstain
Amazon, Google, G.M. and Starbucks were among those joining the biggest show of solidarity by businesses over legislation in numerous states.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

CBS News President Prepares Exit as Broadcast News Is in Flux
Susan Zirinsky is departing, while ABC News is said to be close to hiring a new leader, at a time of reorganization in television news in the post-Trump era.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Swiss Billionaire Is a Top Bidder for the Tribune Newspapers
The Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss helped build a sophisticated behind-the-scenes operation that attacked Republicans and promoted Democratic causes.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The U.S. is Losing $1 Trillion Annually to Tax Cheats


NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The Biden Administration Is Quietly Keeping Tabs on Inflation
A monthslong effort to monitor and model economic trends inside the White House and the Treasury Department found little risk of prices spiraling upward faster than the Fed can manage.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Top Bidder for Tribune Newspapers Is an Influential Liberal Donor
The Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss helped build a sophisticated behind-the-scenes operation that attacked Republicans and promoted Democratic causes.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The Biden Administration Is Quietly Obsessing Over Inflation
A monthslong effort to monitor and model economic trends inside the White House and the Treasury Department found little risk of prices spiraling upward faster than the Fed can manage.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Broadcast News in Flux as CBS News President Prepares Exit
Susan Zirinsky is departing, while ABC News is said to be close to hiring a new leader, at a time of reorganization in television news in the post-Trump era.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The U.S. is Losing $1 Trillion Annually to Tax Cheats: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Tax cheats cost the U.S. $1 trillion per year, I.R.S chief says.
Charles Rettig, the I.R.S. commissioner, attributed the growing tax gap to the rise of the cryptocurrency and the abuse of pass-through provisions in the tax code by companies.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

J&J Vaccine and Blood Clots: A Risk, if It Exists, Is Tiny
Out of an "abundance of caution," the F.D.A. is advising doctors to pause the Johnson & Johnson vaccine while it investigates extremely rare blood clots.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Art Institute of Chicago Names Its Next Board Chief
Denise Gardner, who will start in the post in November, is believed to be the country's first Black woman to lead a major museum board.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, raises $1 billion in a funding round.
Sony invested $200 million in a fund-raising round with other investors that valued the company at $28.7 billion.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

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

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Game Makers Agree to Remove Trackers From Kid's Apps: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

F.D.A. Will Allow Abortion Pills By Mail During the Pandemic
The agency said it would stop enforcing a rule requiring women to get the first of two pills in person at a medical clinic or hospital.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

How Worried Should You Be About the J&J Vaccine and Blood Clots?
Out of an "abundance of caution," the F.D.A. is advising doctors to pause the Johnson & Johnson vaccine while it investigates extremely rare blood clots.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Disney and ad-tech firms agree to privacy changes for children's apps.
The settlements of three class-action cases could prompt industrywide changes for apps and ads aimed at young people.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

How Not to Get Fooled by the New Inflation Numbers
Today's data reflects backward-looking information, which is not necessarily a sign of what's ahead.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

New York Times tech workers form a union.
The group of more than 650 workers at the company includes software engineers, designers, data analysts and product managers.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Texas Froze and California Burned. To Insurers, They Look Similar.
An effort to pass on costs in Texas will echo the wildfire strategy by arguing that power companies should have taken protective steps after past cold snaps.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The Next Level in Office Amenities: Wild Horses
The mustangs at a Nevada office park are an example of the outrageous perks that businesses dangle to impress job candidates, but wildlife advocates are pushing back on efforts to market them.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

How Small Market Investors Are Being Wooed by Companies
Small investors are becoming a force in the stock market, and company executives are beginning to take notice.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Hungry for Investors, Some Companies Woo the Little Guy
Small investors are becoming a force in the stock market, and company executives are beginning to take notice.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Inflation Rate Rises as the Economy Reawakens: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Consumer prices rose faster than expected in March.
Year-over-year percent changes were expected to jump because price indexes dropped sharply a year ago.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Markets Fall Amid Worries Over Johnson & Johnson's Vaccine
Shares were down after health officials paused use of the shot over safety fears.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Stocks Fall Over Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safety Concerns


NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

A $1.2 Million Charles Schwab Bank Deposit Error Buys a House, and an Arrest, Officials Say
Kelyn Spadoni tried to keep a deposit that was off by five decimal places, according to the authorities, who said she was charged with fraud and fired from her job on the same day.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

The inflation rate could jump, but there's a simple reason not to read too much into it.
Year-over-year percent changes are expected to jump — a little bit in March, and then a lot in April — because price indexes dropped sharply a year ago.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

What Is Hospitality? The Current Answer Doesn't Work.
The host-guest relationship puts all the work on the server, particularly during the pandemic, and points to the dysfunction at the heart of the business.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Cinerama Dome in Hollywood Won't Reopen After Pandemic
ArcLight Cinemas owned 16 theaters and more than 300 screens, including the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

Racist Computer Engineering Words: ‘Master,' ‘Slave' and the Fight Over Offensive Terms
Nearly a year after the Internet Engineering Task Force took up a plan to replace words that could be considered racist, the debate is still raging.

NYTimes Business
Apr 13, 2021

‘Master,' ‘Slave' and the Fight Over Offensive Terms in Computing
Nearly a year after the Internet Engineering Task Force took up a plan to replace words that could be considered racist, the debate is still raging.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Smartmatic says disinformation on Fox News about the election was ‘no accident.'
The company was responding to a motion filed by Fox that argued that mentions of Smartmatic were part of its reporting on a newsworthy event.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Movie theater chain in Los Angeles, forced to close by the pandemic, will not reopen.
The company owned 16 theaters and more than 300 screens.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Reuters Names a New Editor in Chief
Alessandra Galloni, its global managing editor, will be the first woman to lead the news agency in its 170-year history.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Some Pubs and Shops Reopen in England, Raising Hopes for Economic Recovery
The pandemic has left Britain with deep economic wounds, but "Monday is a really positive start."

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Some local reporters were barred from a news conference after Daunte Wright's death.
The Star Tribune and Minneapolis Public Radio said some of their journalists were kept out of a briefing on the shooting of Mr. Wright.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Archegos Left a Sparse Paper Trail for a $10 Billion Firm
In its eight-year history, the family office that managed the fortune of Bill Hwang never publicly disclosed any stock ownership. Securities lawyers said that was highly unusual.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

England's Lockdown Eases, but Economic Toll Persists
The pandemic has left Britain with deep economic wounds, but "Monday is a really positive start."

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Pandemic Spending Pushes U.S. Budget Deficit to $1.7 Trillion: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

The U.S. budget deficit hit a record $1.7 trillion in the first half of the fiscal year.
The United States is doling out twice as much money as it takes in.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Amid a chip shortage, the White House gathers business leaders to discuss supplies.
The global semiconductor shortage has disrupted auto production in the United States and elsewhere.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

A Push to Move the Golf Course Atop a Native American ‘Stonehenge'
Historians hoping to preserve the ancient Octagon Earthworks in Newark, Ohio, as a UNESCO World Heritage site face a problem: the golf club that leases the property.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Corporate Leaders Discuss How to Address Georgia's Voting Laws
A coalition of 60 law firms has joined business leaders about the need for companies to use their clout to oppose state legislation that would make it harder to vote.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Will Smith Pulls Filming of ‘Emancipation' From Georgia: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Will Smith's Production Pulls Film Out of Georgia, Citing Voting Laws
The film, ‘Emancipation,' which is being produced and financed by Apple Studios, is the first major production to cite the law as a reason to leave the state.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Will Smith's production pulls out of Georgia, citing the state's voting law.
The film, ‘Emancipation,' which is being produced and financed by Apple Studios, is the first major production to cite the law as a reason to leave the state.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Microsoft to Buy Artificial Intelligence Provider for $16 Billion
By acquiring a provider of artificial intelligence, the tech giant is hoping to bolster its offerings for the fast-growing field of medical computing.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Microsoft to Buy Nuance for $16 Billion to Focus on Health Care Tech
By acquiring a provider of artificial intelligence, the tech giant is hoping to bolster its offerings for the fast-growing field of medical computing.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Corporate leaders discuss their next move in the debate over restrictive voting laws.
Senior business leaders spoke over the weekend about the need for companies to use their clout to oppose state legislation that would make it harder to vote.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Corporate Leaders Urged to Wade Into Debate Over Voting Laws: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

The wealth gap between Black and white households will need big ideas to fix.


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Young women are leaving school and work. Experts say caregiving may be the reason.


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Some unions are shifting strategies, wary of the challenges of winning votes site by site.


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

It is a good idea to double-check your tax deadlines this year.


NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Alibaba's Big Antitrust Fine Is a Warning Shot
Beijing regulators are sending a message to Chinese internet giants.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

Ant Group Announces Overhaul as China Tightens Its Grip
Beijing has accused the internet-finance titan of flouting regulations in its quest for growth.

NYTimes Business
Apr 12, 2021

The Watch Industry Lacks Transparency. That Is Changing.
Growing pressure for accountability has convinced a few brands that it is time to reveal where they obtain some of their raw materials. Will more follow?

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

Alibaba Will Lower Merchant Fees After Antitrust Fine
China's $2.8 billion antitrust penalty against Alibaba far exceeds its previous fines for anticompetitive business practices.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

Fed Chief Says U.S. Economy Is at an ‘Inflection Point' as Risks Remain
"It's going to be smart if people can continue to socially distance and wear masks," Jerome Powell said on "60 Minutes."

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

Online Schools Are Here to Stay, Even After the Pandemic
Some families have come to prefer stand-alone virtual schools and districts are rushing to accommodate them — though questions about remote learning persist.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

Why We're Freaking Out About Substack
A company that makes it easy to charge for newsletters has captivated an anxious industry because it embodies larger forces and contradictions.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

N.R.A. Chief Takes the Stand, With Cracks in His Armor
Wayne LaPierre has led the National Rifle Association for 30 years, but his implacable image looked threadbare in bankruptcy court.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

2 Korean Battery Makers Settle Dispute That Threatened Biden's Green Agenda
The settlement between LG Energy Solutions and SK Innovation ensures that a battery plant in Georgia will go forward without hampering electric vehicle production.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

The Week in Business: Amazon Defeats the Union
Amazon workers in Alabama voted down the biggest push for unionizing in the company's history.

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

My Family's Global Vaccine Journey
We were spread across three continents, at the mercy of vaccine geopolitics. Which of us would be inoculated last?

NYTimes Business
Apr 11, 2021

The Traveling Work Diary of a Master Distiller
Marianne Eaves has traded the distillery life for travels with her partner's circus, connecting to clients in the spirits business from all over the globe.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

Social Media Etiquette Review
Despite your best efforts, you may cause someone pain with that Tweet or Facebook post. Here's a refresher on social media best practices, along with advice for some pandemic-only dilemmas.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

The Wall Street Journal's Internal Audit
A look at what the newsroom's internal study — The Content Review — concluded about the paper's faults.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

Saudi Aramco Sells Oil Pipeline Stake for $12.4 Billion
Aramco is under pressure from its main owner, the Saudi government, to generate cash to finance state operations as well as new investments.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

AstraZeneca Vaccine and Blood Clots: What Is Known So Far
In rare cases, an immune reaction has led to antibodies that caused a serious clotting disorder. But public health experts maintain the vaccine's benefits far outweigh the risks for most people.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

What Working Too Much Does to Your Body
Excess work isn't good for anyone, employers included. So why are we still doing it?

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

Rising Interest Rates Threaten Mutual Fund Returns
The low rates that propelled the stock market's boom are starting to rise, putting investors in a precarious position.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

At Last, Aid for Senior Nutrition That Offers More Than Crumbs
Meal programs for older adults have long been underfunded. The new economic recovery plan will help.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

Why Buy a Yacht When You Can Buy a Newspaper?
Billionaires aren't usually cast as saviors of democracy. But one way they are winning plaudits for civic-minded endeavors is by funding the Fourth Estate.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

Inside the Fight for the Future of The Wall Street Journal
A special team led by a high-level manager says Rupert Murdoch's paper must evolve to survive. But a rivalry between editor and publisher stands in the way.

NYTimes Business
Apr 10, 2021

We Asked Congress's Freshmen to Give Up Stock Trading. Few Were Willing.
Playing individual stocks is a losing strategy more often than not, and it poses political risk. But only a handful of newly minted lawmakers saw it that way.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators
The penalty is Beijing's toughest action to date in its campaign to tighten supervision of the country's internet Goliaths.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Out of Trump's Shadow, World Bank President Embraces Climate Fight
David Malpass, who was met with skepticism when he got the job in 2019, has become increasingly vocal about the risk of climate change.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Ethel Gabriel, a Rare Woman in the Record World, Dies at 99
For much of her more than 40 years at RCA, Ms. Gabriel was a producer, overseeing "Living Strings" and other profitable lines.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Biden Details $1.52 Trillion Spending Proposal to Fund Discretionary Priorities
The request includes increases in funding to address climate change, along with beefing up education, health research and the Internal Revenue Service.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Amazon Union Vote: Labor Loss May Bring Shift in Strategy
After an election defeat in Alabama, many in labor are shifting strategies, wary of the challenges and expense of winning votes site by site.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Blood Clots Linked to AZ Vaccine Stem From Rare Antibody Reaction
New studies from Germany and Norway examined cases involving mostly younger people who developed serious and sometimes fatal blood disorders.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Follow Live Amazon Union Vote Results
The retail giant defeated the closely watched drive to unionize its warehouse in Bessemer, Ala.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Amazon Workers Defeat Union Effort in Alabama
The company's victory deals a crushing blow to organized labor, which had hoped the time was ripe to start making inroads.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Lee Delaney, C.E.O. of BJ's Wholesale Club, dies unexpectedly
The company's board appointed Bob Eddy, the chief administrative and financial officer, to serve as the company's interim chief executive.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Boeing Warns of Electrical Issue With Some 737 Max Jets: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Biden Details $1.52 Trillion Spending Request
The request includes increases in funding to address climate change, along with beefing up education, health research and the Internal Revenue Service.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Biden Details $1.52 Trillion Spending Proposal to Fund Domestic Priorities
The White House spending request includes increases in funding to address climate change, along with beefing up education, health research and the Internal Revenue Service.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Amazon Union Votes Continue to Be Tallied: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Chinese Reality Shows Censor Western Clothing Brands
Online platforms that stream dance, singing and comedy shows are pixelating performers' T-shirts and sneakers amid a nationalistic fervor.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

To Speed Vaccination, Some Call for Delaying Second Shots
Stretching the time between the first and second doses would greatly accelerate the rate at which people get at least partial protection. But some experts fear it could also lead to new variants.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

How America's Great Economic Challenge Suddenly Turned 180 Degrees
Recent setbacks raise doubt about how quickly businesses can respond to customers who seem intent on spending freely.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

As Bond Yields Rise, Stocks Remain Buoyant, for Now
A jump in long-term interest rates may lead investors to question how much control the Federal Reserve has over the economy and markets.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Why Investing in Fossil Fuels Is So Tricky
Demand for oil and gas is rising, yet it is expected to decline in the future as the world responds to global warming. Where does that leave investors?

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

A Rough Ride for N.Y.C. Cabbies
"This business will never be good again," said one New York City taxi driver struggling to pay off his medallion debt, which was made worse by the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Apr 09, 2021

Without Parties, There's No Place to Show Off That Expensive Watch
Persuading people to spend a lot of money on luxury goods is more difficult in the pandemic. "Why do I put on a $200,000 timepiece if I have a clock on my microwave?"

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