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NYTimes Business
Apr 26, 2019

Magic Leap Raises $280 Million From NTT DoCoMo
The maker of augmented-reality goggles said it has garnered $280 million from NTT Docomo of Japan, as part of a new partnership with the telecommunications giant.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Regulators Around the World are Circling Facebook
Facebook revealed that it expects a record fine from the F.T.C. That could be one of many moves against the company by governments on four continents.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Uber Said to Plan I.P.O. Price Range Valuing Company as High as $90 Billion
The world's largest ride-hailing company was said to be planning an initial pricing of $44 to $50 a share.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Microsoft Touches $1 Trillion Value, Signaling Big Tech's Stock Market Comeback
Big tech stocks including Microsoft have been leading the market higher, a rally that would have been hard to imagine at the end of 2018.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

TPG Says Executive Introduced Colleagues to College Admissions Scheme's Leader
William E. McGlashan Jr., who was fired after being named in the scandal, connected members of the deal team to William Singer for business discussions, but nothing came of them, the investment firm said.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Morgan Stanley to Pay California $150 Million Over Mortgage Crisis Claims
The case was the last remaining government lawsuit against the bank over financial crisis-era issues.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Sooner or Later Your Cousin's DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder
The Golden State Killer case was just the start. Hundreds of cold cases are hot again thanks to a new genealogy technique. The price may be everyone's genetic privacy.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Sweetgreen Scraps Its Cashless Policy as Criticism Grows
The announcement comes amid a rising backlash to cashless stores, and new laws against them in New Jersey and Philadelphia.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws with ‘Superficial' Safeguards
An investigation found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws
An investigation by Canadian regulators found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Thinking of Going Off the Grid After Winning the Lottery? Not So Fast
Some states allow the winners of large jackpots to remain anonymous, but is it ever possible to retain your privacy after a life-changing windfall?

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Carlos Ghosn, for a 2nd Time, Is Released From Jail After Posting Bail
Mr. Ghosn, the former head of the Nissan-Mitsubishi-Renault alliance charged in Tokyo with financial wrongdoing, posted $4.7 million bail.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Work Friend: Don't Be Distressed You Are Distressed
Sometimes you have to throw money at a problem, or at the very least laugh in H.R.'s face.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Germany's Troubled Banking Giants Decide Against a Merger
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank had hoped to create a national champion to compete with Wall Street, but merger talks stumbled on the banks' weaknesses.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Carlos Ghosn Awaits Release From Jail After Posting Bail
Carlos Ghosn, the former car executive charged in Tokyo with financial wrongdoing, posted $4.7 million bail but the prosecutor's office said it would appeal.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Who Owns Huawei? The Company Tried to Explain. It Got Complicated.
The Chinese tech giant wants to put to rest concerns that it is susceptible to influence by the country's government. That has been no easy task.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Is a $5 Billion Facebook Fine Enough?
The social network expects to pay the F.T.C. a huge fine for privacy violations, but critics say that further action is required.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Wheels: Souvenirs From Europe You Can't Sneak Through Customs
French cheese or Spanish ham? Maybe. That sweet Citroën or Peugeot? Even if you can get it on a ship, it probably won't be allowed into the U.S.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank Call Off Merger Talks
The two troubled banks could not agree on a plan to form a national champion capable of taking on Wall Street giants.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

Cannabis, Marijuana, Weed, Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine
As legalization spreads, listings for cannabis-related positions on recruitment sites have soared. But working in the industry comes with caveats.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

China Retools Vast Global Building Push Criticized as Bloated and Predatory
Beijing is reshaping its plans for building a network of ports, rails and roads that enhance the country's geopolitical ambitions. But it isn't retreating.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

China Retools Global Infrastructure Program After Criticism
But Beijing isn't retreating from its vision to build a network of ports, rails and roads that enhance its geopolitical ambitions.

NYTimes Business
Apr 25, 2019

The Rise of Live-Streamer Style
Professional gamers are more visible than ever, and the athletic apparel industry has taken notice.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tesla Posts Big Quarterly Loss as Its Electric-Car Sales Lag
The $702 million loss exceeded expectations, but the company reaffirmed its guidance on the year's deliveries. It said it was open to raising capital.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Boeing Reports Slide in Earnings and Admits Future Is Hazy
The aviation giant, which is dealing with the fallout from its troubled 737 Max jet, declined to provide its customary full-year sales and profit forecast.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tesla Quarterly Loss Is Bigger Than Foreseen: $702 Million
Underperforming sales of electric cars took a toll on the bottom line, but the automaker reaffirmed its guidance on the year's deliveries.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Facebook Expects to Be Fined Up to $5 Billion by F.T.C. Over Privacy Issues
Facebook and the agency have been in negotiations over a financial penalty for claims that the company violated a 2011 consent decree.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

in her words: Pretty Can Hurt Women's Careers
A new study finds that attractive businesswomen are considered less trustworthy and less truthful — what researchers called the "femme fatale effect."

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Europe Isn't Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says
A study by the European Central Bank says tariffs on steel and aluminum have caused only modest economic damage, but have rattled business confidence.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Nissan Warns Investors of a 45 Percent Drop in Profit
The company, facing weaker U.S. sales, issued its second downward revision in two months as it attempts to move on since Carlos Ghosn's arrest.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall Street
As private-equity funds take big stakes in talent firms, the clients feel shortchanged, pointing to conflicts of interest in the packaging of deals.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall St.
As private-equity funds take big stakes in talent firms, the clients feel shortchanged, pointing to conflicts of interest in the packaging of deals.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Tech We're Using: Sliding Backward on Tech? There Are Benefits
Pamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, decided to downgrade her tech two years ago. It has worked out, with paper and DVDs instead of the latest apps and gizmos.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Boeing Earnings Slide After Two Deadly Crashes
The company said that increased costs and fewer deliveries associated with its troubled 737 aircraft had cost it more than $1 billion.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Occidental Bids $38 Billion for Anadarko, Challenging Chevron
Occidental Petroleum unveiled a $38 billion bid for Anadarko Petroleum, challenging Chevron for control of the independent oil and gas company.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Ford to Invest $500 Million in Rivian, a Tesla Rival
Rivian is developing a pickup and an S.U.V. on a chassis that Ford plans to use for models of its own. Two months ago, Amazon led a $700 million investment.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

DealBook Briefing: The Stock Markets Hit a Record High
Stock investors are looking beyond the threats of trade wars, softening economies and lackluster earnings to push the markets to new heights.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Made in China, Exported to the World: The Surveillance State
In Ecuador, cameras across the country send footage to monitoring centers to be examined by police and domestic intelligence. The surveillance system's origin: China.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

The Chic Octogenarian Behind Barbie's Best Looks
Meet Carol Spencer, doll dresser extraordinaire and unsung doyenne of American fashion history.

NYTimes Business
Apr 24, 2019

Europe Not Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says
A study by the European Central Bank says that tariffs on steel and aluminum have caused only modest economic damage, but have rattled business confidence.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Disney Heiress Escalates Attack on Company's Pay Practices
In an opinion column, Abigail Disney railed against what she calls the "naked indecency'' of the practices. Disney disputed her assertions.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Should the ‘Vaping Age' Be 21? Drugstores Say Yes
In raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products at its stores, the drugstore chain joined other retailers and lawmakers seeking to curb teenagers' use.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Blockbuster Battle Between Steven Spielberg and Netflix Fizzles
Mr. Spielberg, a Hollywood titan for more than four decades, has been cast as an anti-streaming Luddite. The reality is more complex.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Hollywood Writers Trace Friction With Agents to Wall Street
As private-equity funds take big stakes in talent firms, the clients feel shortchanged, pointing to conflicts of interest in the packaging of deals.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Blamed for Wildfires, PG&E Seeks Higher Electricity Rates
The California utility and two others says higher rates are needed to pay for safety improvements and to offset the financial risk of more frequent wildfires.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Leslie Moonves's Interim Successor at CBS Will Stay a While Longer
Joseph Ianniello was given a six-month contract extension as the network suspended its search for a permanent chief executive.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Excerpts of Stephen Moore's Writing: Bashing Women, Gay Rights and More
President Trump's presumptive nominee for the Federal Reserve has written numerous pieces over the years that include disparaging statements about women and gender equity.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Walgreens Raises Tobacco-Buying Age to 21, Strengthening a Consensus
In raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products at its stores, the drugstore chain joined other retailers and lawmakers seeking to curb teenagers' use.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Stocks Just Hit a Record. Thank the Fed.
The bull market lives, thanks to the Federal Reserve's new, more relaxed approach to interest rates.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Henry W. Bloch, Tax-Preparation Pioneer (and Pitchman), Is Dead at 96
With his brother Richard, Mr. Bloch founded H&R Block, one of the most recognizable brands in American business.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500 Nears Record High After Upbeat Earnings
The S&P 500 index moved closer to its record high on Tuesday, as a clutch of better-than-expected earnings reports eased concerns about a slowdown, sparking a broad-based rally.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500 Closes In on Record High After Upbeat Earnings
The S&P 500 inched toward a record high on Tuesday, as a clutch of better-than-expected earnings reports eased concerns of slowing corporate profits and sparked a broad-based rally.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Stephen Moore's Paper Trail: Bashing Women, Gay Rights and More
President Trump's presumptive nominee for the Federal Reserve has written numerous pieces over the years that include disparaging statements about women and gender equity.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500 Flirts With Record High on Upbeat Earnings
The S&P 500 was within striking distance of its all-time high on Tuesday as better-than-expected results from Twitter and a host of industrial companies eased concerns about slowing corporate profits.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Stephen Moore's Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick
Mr. Moore's past columns and appearances contain potential roadblocks to confirmation — including a history of writing about women in unflattering terms.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Japan Has a New Emperor. Now It Needs a Software Update.
It isn't exactly Y2K, but the country is scrambling to reconcile its systems with the ancient demands of an imperial calendar.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Moore's Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick
Stephen Moore's past columns and appearances contain potential roadblocks to confirmation — including a history of writing about women in unflattering terms.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

in her words: Pretty Hurts (Women's Careers)
A new study finds that attractive businesswomen are considered less trustworthy and less truthful — what researchers called the "femme fatale effect."

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Gary Stewart, Master of the Reissue Compilation, Dies at 62
Mr. Stewart's knowledge of, and enthusiasm for, a range of musical genres helped make Rhino Records the gold standard for anthologies.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Square Feet: When Office Buildings Go Beyond Green
The crowded field of third-party certifications has left some wondering which are necessary and which are just marketing gimmicks.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Julia Angwin Is Out as Editor of New Tech Watchdog Site The Markup
Ms. Angwin was one of three founders of The Markup, which is dedicated to investigating technology and its effects on society and plans to start publishing in July.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

Upbeat Earnings Boost Wall Street
U.S. stocks edged higher on Tuesday, as upbeat results from Coca-Cola, Twitter and a host of industrial companies allayed investor concerns about slowing profits.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Herman Cain Says the Fed Can't Afford Him
The business man no longer wants to join the Fed's board, citing a pay cut that would make others tell their boss "where to go."

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

After the Bust, Are Bitcoins More Like Tulip Mania or the Internet?
To understand where cryptocurrencies are going, it helps to look beneath the price gyrations to see how people are actually using the technology. The data provides reason for both hope and concern.

NYTimes Business
Apr 23, 2019

This Estonian Start-Up Has Become a Thorn in Uber's Side
The Estonian ride-hailing company Bolt is an unexpected success story. The start-up points to Uber's global challenges.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

United Airlines Employee Charged With Using Racial Slurs Toward Customer
After originally being given a citation, the employee has since been charged in Texas with a misdemeanor.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Elon Musk Predicts Tesla Driverless Taxi Fleet Next Year
Mr. Musk said Tesla cars would soon drive themselves and serve as robot taxis. But many experts think autonomous cars are at least several years away.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

As Herman Cain Bows Out of Fed Contention, Focus Shifts to Stephen Moore
Mr. Cain withdrew in the face of allegations of sexual harassment, even as Mr. Moore, the president's other embattled pick, faced allegations of sexism.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

U.S. Moves to Stop All Nations From Buying Iranian Oil, but China Is Defiant
Oil prices rose to their highest levels since October in anticipation of Monday's announcement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Trump administration officials had debated the move.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Beyond Meat Details Plans for Initial Public Offering
The company is hoping the success of its plant-based burger will lure investors to an I.P.O. that would value it at $1.2 billion.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

With Herman Cain Out of Fed Contention, Focus Shifts to Stephen Moore
Facing bipartisan opposition, Herman Cain withdrew from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board, shifting the spotlight to Stephen Moore, one of the president's advisers.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Google Employees Say They Faced Retaliation After Organizing Walkout
Two Google workers who called for an employee protest over the company's treatment of sexual harassment said they were demoted or told their role would change.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Samsung Postpones Rollout of Galaxy Fold
The company, the world's largest handset maker, said it would postpone the release of the foldable smartphone after reports that the device was malfunctioning.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

A Vicious, Untreatable Killer Leaves China Guessing
African swine fever, which harms pigs but not humans, has swept across the country, the world's largest pork producer. And those are only the cases the government knows about.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

U.S. Moves to Stop All Nations From Buying Iranian Oil
Oil prices rose to their highest levels since October in anticipation of Monday's announcement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Trump administration officials had debated the move.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Trump Will Not Nominate Herman Cain to Fed Board
Facing bipartisan opposition in the Senate, former pizza executive and presidential candidate Herman Cain withdraws from consideration for the Federal Reserve.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Stop & Shop Strike Ends With Union Claiming Victory on Pay and Health Care
More than 30,000 cashiers, bakers and other supermarket workers had been on strike for 11 days across three states in New England.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

More Benches, Special Goggles: Taking Steps to Assist Older Travelers
The number of people 60 and over is growing. So airports and hotels are beginning to look at design changes to help them.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

It's U.S. vs. World as Big Tech Faces Specter of Limiting Speech Online
Many other countries are adopting or considering stricter moderation of online speech. But they don't have to work around the First Amendment.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Kraft Heinz Picks New C.E.O. as It Faces Weak Sales and S.E.C. Inquiry
The food giant said Miguel Patricio, an Anheuser-Busch InBev veteran, would succeed Bernardo Hees as chief executive, signaling a potential shift away from years of cost-cutting.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Tesla to Investigate Car That Appeared to Burst Into Flames in Shanghai
The fire, involving a Tesla sedan in a parking garage, left no one injured, the fire department said. The automaker said it had dispatched a team "at once."

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

DealBook Briefing: Tesla Wants You to Focus on Its Robo-Taxis (not Its Finances)
The electric-car maker plans to show off its latest self-driving vehicle technology, two days before it is expected to announce another quarterly loss.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

White Collar Watch: Elizabeth Warren Wants to Make It Easier to Prosecute Executives
The key question is whether the legislation she has proposed is the best means to police corporate leaders.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Like a Boss: Jonny Sun's Work Diary: Correct Spellign Optoinal, Creativity Mandatory
The author-illustrator behind ‘everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too' is writing for TV and film, plus pursuing a Ph.D. at M.I.T.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

Japanese Prosecutors Bring New Charge Against Carlos Ghosn
Mr. Ghosn, the former head of the Nissan-Renault auto alliance, was formally charged with breach of trust, adding a new count of financial impropriety onto his existing three charges.

NYTimes Business
Apr 22, 2019

The Giants at the Heart of the Opioid Crisis
Civil suits filed by three states accuse pharmaceutical distributors of flooding the country with opioids while devising systems to evade regulators.

NYTimes Business
Apr 21, 2019

Zoom Video's Stock Soared in Public Debut. So Did Zoom Technologies'.
Twitter, Tweeter. Nest, Nestor. Sometimes, shares in similarly named companies get caught up in the excitement of a deal or I.P.O.

NYTimes Business
Apr 21, 2019

Hospitals Stand to Lose Billions Under ‘Medicare for All'
Private insurance pays hospitals much more than the federal government does for patient care. If Medicare for all means Medicare rates, expect an industry backlash.

NYTimes Business
Apr 21, 2019

Trump's Washing Machine Tariffs Stung Consumers While Lifting Corporate Profits
New research shows how a move meant to aid domestic manufacturers instead padded profits and raised prices on a wide variety of laundry items.

NYTimes Business
Apr 21, 2019

Free Speech Puts U.S. on ‘a Collision Course' With Global Limits on Big Tech
Many other countries are adopting or considering stricter moderation of online speech. But they don't have to work around the First Amendment.

NYTimes Business
Apr 21, 2019

Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion.
Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

India Elections 2019: Farmers Are Hurting and Millions Are Voting
The ruling B.J.P. party has not yet delivered the "good days" it promised to farm voters, who make up half of the electorate. In debt and despair, some wonder if anyone can.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

With Interest: The Week in Business: Pinterest Provides I.P.O. Inspiration and Tesla Shows Off Self-Driving Cars
Plus, The National Enquirer has a new owner and the country's economy gets a checkup.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet
Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

He Stopped a Global Cyberattack. Now He's Pleading Guilty to Writing Malware.
Marcus Hutchins, a British security researcher credited with halting a huge outbreak of ransom software in 2017, accepted United States charges over previous activity.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

‘You Have Robbed the Farmer': Rural Indians Are Hurting, and Millions Are Voting
The ruling B.J.P. party has not yet delivered the "good days" it promised to farm voters, who make up half of the electorate. In debt and despair, some wonder if anyone can.

NYTimes Business
Apr 20, 2019

How Luxury Developers Use a Loophole to Build Soaring Towers for the Ultrarich in N.Y.
The spread of these buildings overlooking Central Park is provoking a backlash amid a broader debate about affordable housing, extravagant projects and the city's identity.

NYTimes Business
Apr 19, 2019

Tesla to Shrink Board of Directors by Four People
The move, which will reduce the number of directors to seven, is meant to improve corporate governance of the electric car company.

NYTimes Business
Apr 19, 2019

Ancestry.com Apologizes for Ad Showing Slavery-Era Interracial Couple
The genealogy company said it had pulled a video ad that depicted an interracial couple fleeing the antebellum South.

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