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NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

‘Miserable and Dangerous': A Failed Chinese Promise in Serbia
Poor conditions for Vietnamese workers building a $900 million tire factory underscore a chasm between the promise of investment from China and grim realities on the ground.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

Passenger Exposed Buttocks and Threw a Can During Flight, Prosecutors Say
Shane McInerney, 29, was charged after his disruptive behavior aboard a flight from Dublin to John F. Kennedy International Airport on Jan. 7.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

Kohl's Receives $9 Billion Offer Backed by Activist Investor
The offer comes as the retailer, like other brick-and-mortar stores, struggles with supply chain problems and competition from online sites.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

Rapid Inflation Fuels Debate Over What's to Blame: Pandemic or Policy
The White House is emphasizing that inflation is worldwide. Economists say that's true — but stimulus-spurred consumer buying is also to blame.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

Harvey G. Stack, Leading Dealer in Rare Coins, Dies at 93
At the New York firm his father and uncle started in 1933, he was said to have personally conducted more auction sales than anyone else in the industry.

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

What Happened (and Didn't) When Davos Disappeared
For the second year in a row, the World Economic Forum's annual in-person meeting was delayed because of the pandemic. Did anyone miss it?

NYTimes Business
Jan 22, 2022

The Pandemic Changed Everything About Work, Except the Humble Résumé
Résumés may be more for robots than human eyes at first, but most job seekers are still advised to distill their work history in one typewritten page.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Biden Looks to Intel's U.S. Investment to Buoy His China Agenda
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed "for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security."

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

As Omicron Crests, Booster Shots Are Keeping Americans Out of Hospitals
Extra vaccine doses were expected to lower infection rates. But the shots also seem to be preventing severe illness caused by the new variant, the C.D.C. reported.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Citigroup will bring N.Y.C.-area workers back to the office starting Feb. 7.


NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Mushie & Co Recalls FRIGG Pacifiers Over Choking Hazard
Mushie & Co, a baby goods store, announced a voluntary recall of its FRIGG pacifier after more than 200 reports that the pacifier's silicone nipple detached from its base.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Stocks drop again, dragging the S&P 500 to its biggest weekly loss in nearly two years.
The Game Workers Alliance represents workers at Raven Software, a studio owned by Activision Blizzard where some employees walked out in early December to protest work conditions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Stock Markets Off to Worst Start Since 2016 as Fed Fights Inflation
Stocks are off to their worst start of a year since 2016 as the central bank pulls back the enormous stimulus programs it began in the early months of the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Another Peloton Heart Attack on TV? ‘Billions' Says It's a Coincidence.
Peloton's stock dropped last month after the premiere of the "Sex and the City" reboot, which ended with Mr. Big dying after riding one of the company's bikes.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Biden Administration Suspends 44 U.S. Flights by Chinese Airlines
The retaliatory move came after the Chinese government canceled American, Delta and United flights to China after some passengers tested positive for the coronavirus.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Google Asks Court to Dismiss Texas Antitrust Case
The effort is the first time the tech giant has tried to get a government case against it tossed out.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

You Quit. I Quit. We All Quit. And It's Not a Coincidence.
Why the decision to leave a job can become contagious.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Workers at an Activision game studio say they are forming a union.
The Game Workers Alliance represents workers at Raven Software, a studio owned by Activision Blizzard where some employees walked out in early December to protest work conditions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

What Makes Quitting So Contagious?
Why leaving a job can start to seem like the thing everyone is doing.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Social Security Offices Are expected to Reopen in March
The agency, whose offices were closed nearly two years ago, and the unions representing its work force agreed to reopen more than 1,200 offices.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Rise of the Numismatist: Coin Collecting Versus Bitcoin
Is coin collecting cool again? Four millennial and Gen Z numismatists on why they collect: "They're little art objects you can hold in your hand."

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Workers at an Activision Game Studio Say They Are Forming a Union
The Game Workers Alliance represents workers at Raven Software, a studio owned by Activision Blizzard where some employees walked out in early December to protest work conditions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

IBM Is Selling Watson Health to a Private Equity Firm
The sale is part of IBM's effort to tighten the focus of its business and shed operations.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Stocks drop again, as the S&P 500's worst week in more than a year drags on.
Amid deteriorating human rights, an oil giant finds it can no longer make a "sufficiently positive contribution in the country."

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

How I Cut My Family's Cable and Streaming Bill by $170
After I realized we were paying more than $400 a month, I knew I had to do something. Here's what I learned.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Stock Investing in Retirement for Those Able to Bear the Risk
Stocks and bonds are core investments. Now, Vanguard is suggesting that retirees willing and able to bear the risk may want a stock target of 50 percent.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

The Chief of CVS Health Wants to Be Part of People's ‘Everyday Life'
Karen S. Lynch, who took over during the pandemic, is dealing with insurance, opioids, vaccines, politics and more.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

TotalEnergies and Chevron prepare to leave a critical gas field in Myanmar.
Amid deteriorating human rights, an oil giant finds it can no longer make a "sufficiently positive contribution in the country."

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Netflix and Peloton Shares Tumble as Demand Slows
Shares in Netflix and Peloton soared in the early part of the pandemic. Now they're tumbling.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

TotalEnergies and Chevron to Leave Critical Gas Field in Myanmar
Amid deteriorating human rights, an oil giant finds it can no longer make a "sufficiently positive contribution in the country."

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Zero-Covid Policy Shakes Hong Kong's Economy and Its ‘Soul'
Businesses that held on through several outbreaks are now trembling as the highflying metropolitan hub struggles with supply chain issues and a relentless approach to the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Vegan Travel: It's Not Fringe Anymore
From Mexico to Greece, plant-centric hotels, restaurants and tours are proliferating.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Inflation Hits the Fast Food Counter
The pandemic has led to the largest price spikes at fast-food restaurants in two decades.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Racial Turmoil Mars Signs of Progress at the U.S. Mint
A new internal report found that minorities felt marginalized at the Treasury agency that produces the nation's coins.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Parag Agrawal Shakes Up Twitter's Security Team
Parag Agrawal, Twitter's new chief executive, terminated the company's head of security this week. Twitter's chief information security officer is also leaving.

NYTimes Business
Jan 21, 2022

Intel to Invest at Least $20 Billion in New Chip Factories in Ohio
Building up U.S. chip production has been a focus of lawmakers and companies alike amid a global shortage of the crucial components.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Peloton considers layoffs but denies a report it will pause bike production.
The company has faced an abrupt change in fortune over the past year, from complaints that it couldn't deliver bikes on time, to a drop in demand as gyms reopened and pandemic restrictions were lifted.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Netflix Stock Drops After Streaming Giant Predicts Subscriber Slowdown
The company reported adding 8.3 million subscribers last quarter, but forecast only 2.5 million additions in the current quarter.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Sean Hannity Told Trump After Jan. 6: ‘No More Stolen Election Talk'
The Fox News host discussed with the White House press secretary how to dissuade the president from pursuing claims of voter fraud, newly disclosed documents show.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Stocks sink for a third day as Wall Street's rebound fades.
The S&P 500 fell 1.1 percent, after earlier climbing more than 1 percent, while the Nasdaq composite dropped 1.3 percent.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Tesla's Plant in Germany Nears Completion, Raising Union Concern
IG Metall, the German union that represents autoworkers, said a vote for a works council, which helps set factory policies, had been scheduled for Feb. 28.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

DeepMind co-founder leaves Google after a rocky tenure.
Mustafa Suleyman, who played a key role in the company's work on health care technology, is joining Greylock Partners, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Fed opens debate over a U.S. central bank digital currency with long-awaited report.
The Federal Reserve issued a paper on the pros and cons of a central bank-backed digital dollar. It's a first step, but will kick off discussion.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

They've Driven Everything, but the Miata Keeps Them Smiling
Auto industry people have a special affection for Mazda's petite (and affordable) roadster.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Amazon plans a new rival for retailers: a physical clothing store.
The company plans to open Amazon Style later this year in Glendale, Calif., that will incorporate customers' physical browsing behavior and preferences on the Amazon Shopping app.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

U.S. Drops Its Case Against M.I.T. Scientist Accused of Hiding China Links
Gang Chen, a professor of mechanical engineering, was arrested a year ago, accused of concealing his affiliations with Chinese government institutions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Your Inflation Questions, Answered
The New York Times asked readers to send questions about inflation. Economists at the Federal Reserve, the White House and Wall Street weighed in.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

U.S. Moves to Drop Case Against M.I.T. Scientist Accused of Hiding China Links
Gang Chen, a professor of mechanical engineering, was arrested a year ago, accused of concealing his affiliations with Chinese government institutions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

American Airlines posts a $931 million loss as the industry struggles to recover.
The Omicron variant weighed on demand in the final three months of 2021, but the airline said it hoped to turn a profit this year.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

American Airlines Posts $931 Million Quarterly Loss
The Omicron variant weighed on demand in the final three months of 2021, but the airline said it hoped to turn a profit this year.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Robert Costa, a Noted Political Reporter, Is Joining CBS News
The longtime Washington Post political reporter will take an on-air role covering campaigns and elections.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Why 5G Is a Problem for Airlines
Wireless carriers and the air travel industry have many issues to work out.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Will Congress Pass New Regulation on Big Tech? Time May Be Running Out.
With midterm elections approaching, a vote expected on Thursday could be the first of several that Congress takes on bills aimed at the industry.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Kidneys From a Genetically Altered Pig Are Implanted in a Brain-Dead Patient
Surgeons at the University of Alabama at Birmingham said they hoped to start clinical trials with kidney patients later this year.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Australia's (Brief) Idea to Ease Supply Chains: Juvenile Forklift Drivers
A proposal, and the rapid retreat that followed, both elicited waggish mockery and highlighted a serious economic problem.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Trump Deal Faced Widespread Investor Doubt Before Raising $1 Billion
More than a dozen big Wall Street money managers said no to Trump Media, but the Pentwater and Sabby hedge funds are among those that have committed millions.

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

Why Home Prices Keep Rising
There appears to be no quick reprieve coming for rising prices: "It's not a bubble, it really is about the fundamentals."

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

The Morgan Wallen Conundrum
The country superstar had the biggest album of 2021 despite being captured on video using a racial slur. Is he on a redemption tour, or just on tour?

NYTimes Business
Jan 20, 2022

American Airlines Flight Turns Back Over Passenger Mask Dispute
The London-bound flight was about 500 miles into its 4,400-mile journey when it reversed course and returned to Miami.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Manhattan Prosecutors Return Two Artifacts to Iraq
The repatriations are among the first under Alvin Bragg, the new Manhattan district attorney, who is continuing the work of a dedicated antiquities trafficking unit created by his predecessor.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Why Microsoft Wants Activision
Activision has a lot of popular games that fit into Microsoft's plans to build a vast library of titles that can be played on all sorts of devices. The metaverse can wait.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

How 5G Clashed With an Aviation Device Invented in the 1920s
The potential for interference between 5G signals and the radio altimeters long used by pilots has divided the telecom and aviation industries.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

U.K. Inflation Rate Climbs to Its Highest Level in 30 Years
The consumer price index rose to 5.4 percent in December from a year earlier, adding to concerns about painful months ahead for household budgets.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Airlines canceled about 240 flights Wednesday after a 5G reprieve.
After airlines warned of air travel chaos, AT&T and Verizon said they would restrict the new wireless service near airports.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Starbucks Ends Its Plan to Require Worker Vaccination and Testing
The company is among the first major employers to roll back its plan after the Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration's mandate for large businesses.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Starbucks ends its plan to require worker vaccination and testing.
The company is among the first major employers to roll back its plan after the Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration's mandate for large businesses.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Laurel Cutler, a Power in Advertising's Golden Age, Dies at 94
In her five decades on Madison Avenue, she cracked the glass ceiling at a time when women were rarely seen in the executive suite.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Amazon Unveils Title for Big-Budget ‘Lord of the Rings' Series
The series, "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power," will take place thousands of years before the events of the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Chicago Public Media Is Set to Acquire The Chicago Sun-Times
In an unlikely media deal, the big-city tabloid will become a subsidiary of the nonprofit organization that brings listeners "All Things Considered."

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Airlines canceled fewer than 200 flights Wednesday after a 5G reprieve.
After airlines warned of air travel chaos, AT&T and Verizon said they would restrict the new wireless service near airports.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Searching for Pfizer's Paxlovid Pills When Mom Got Covid
The experience showed how hard it is for many people to get potentially lifesaving treatments.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Procter & Gamble's Profit Jumps as Consumers Brush Off Higher Prices
The consumer goods giant said it would increase prices on fabric care products in February and personal care products in April.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Oil markets are expected to tighten as prices keep rising.
The International Energy Agency said demand for oil this year was likely to be higher than expected. Prices are already nearing $90 a barrel.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

How Microsoft Bought Activision Blizzard
The blockbuster deal for the video game maker came together quickly and opportunistically.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Oil Market Is Expected to Get Tighter, as Prices Rise
The International Energy Agency said demand for oil this year was likely to be higher than expected. Prices are already nearing $90 a barrel.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Tech Start-Ups Reach a New Peak of Froth
There's more money and more bubbly behavior. Investors insist it's rational.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Has the Pandemic Undermined Off-Season Deals?
In many places, high-occupancy rates are inflating prices for budget-minded travelers who count on off-peak periods to find the best bargains. Here's what to do and where to look.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

A Guide to Quitting Your Job
From understanding why you want to leave to tackling health insurance and retirement plans, here's your guide to a graceful exit — without leaving money on the table.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

Facing a Shortage of Truck Drivers, Pilot Program Turns to Teenagers
A federal apprenticeship program will train thousands of new truck drivers who are as young as 18.

NYTimes Business
Jan 19, 2022

U.K. Inflation Rate Climbs to Its Highest in 30 Years
The consumer price index rose to 5.4 percent in December from a year earlier, adding to concerns about painful months ahead for household budgets.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Britney Spears Fights Father's Fee Claim, Alleging Financial Misconduct
Jamie Spears, suspended as his daughter's conservator, wants her to pay his legal costs. A filing by her lawyer outlined accusations against him.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Gamers Greet Microsoft's Activision Deal With Guarded Optimism
Some players, unhappy with Activision in recent years, said the Microsoft deal could reverse a decline in quality.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Vishal Garg Is Back as Better.com CEO After Firing 900 Workers on Zoom
The company said it had conducted a "thorough, independent" review of its culture.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T and Verizon Delay 5G Service Near Some Airports
Whether the change would end the long conflict between the telecom and aviation industries wasn't clear.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

A.V. Club staff members lose their jobs after refusing a move to Los Angeles.
The employees' union was critical of G/O Media's plan to close the Chicago office and relocate workers without a cost-of-living adjustment.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

More delays, more uncertainty, more masks: Manhattan employers adjust plans once again.
A new survey of 187 businesses shows just how much the Omicron variant has upended plans to get back into the office.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T and Verizon delay 5G service at some airports.
Whether the change would help the airline industry avoid mass flight cancellations on Wednesday wasn't clear.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Stocks drop as Treasury bond yields push higher.


NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Goldman Sachs Profit Falls 13% as It Raises Bankers' Pay
For the year, Goldman notched its largest profit ever, $21.6 billion, helped by deal-making by its investment bankers.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Exxon Sets a 2050 Goal for Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The target does not account for the climate impact of its customers and suppliers, leaving the company lagging the commitments of some of its rivals.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T and Verizon will change their 5G plans after airlines warn of flight chaos.
It was not clear whether the wireless company's new plan would be enough to satisfy airline executives and regulators who have warned about flight cancellations because of interference concerns.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

What's All the Hype About the Metaverse?
Microsoft cited the metaverse as a reason for buying Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. Let's break down what that really means.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Jack Dorsey and Marc Andreessen's Crypto Feud Puts Web3 at Risk
A dispute over "web3" in the cryptocurrency industry was publicly exposed in a Twitter spat between Jack Dorsey and Marc Andreessen. Here's what it's all about.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Daniel Radcliffe to Play Weird Al in Biopic on Roku
The film, "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story," will begin production next month and will be available for streaming on the Roku Channel.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T will delay 5G service at some airports after airlines warn of flight chaos.
It was not clear whether the wireless company's new plan would be enough to satisfy airline executives and regulators who have warned about flight cancellations because of interference concerns.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Editor Files Discrimination Suit Against The New York Post
In the lawsuit, Michelle Gotthelf said that the tabloid's longtime top editor, Col Allan, retaliated against her after she turned down a sexual proposition.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Gunna Beats the Weeknd in a Close Race for No. 1
In a tale of two surprise albums with striking cover art, "deluxe" versions and retail discounts, the Atlanta rapper's "DS4Ever" won by a nose.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T to Delay 5G Service at Some Airports After Airlines Warn of Chaos
It was not clear whether the wireless company's new plan would be enough to satisfy airline executives and regulators who have warned about flight cancellations because of interference concerns.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

Faith Ringgold Mural at Rikers Island to Move to Brooklyn Museum
The artist requested that her painting, dedicated to incarcerated women in the jail complex, head to the museum because of safety concerns. City officials agreed.

NYTimes Business
Jan 18, 2022

N.B.A.'s Warriors Disavow Part-Owner's Uyghur Comments
The Golden State Warriors distanced themselves from a minority stakeholder, Chamath Palihapitiya, who said "nobody cares" about the Uyghurs, the ethnic group that has faced a deadly crackdown in China.

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