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Nov 16, 2019

Apple Bans Vaping-Related Apps
Apple has removed 181 vaping-related apps from its App Store. The move comes amid growing concern over the health effects of e-cigarettes and the rise of vaping-related illnesses among young people.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 16, 2019

Fans Getting Charged Up To See Ford's New Electric Mustang SUV
For nearly two years, car enthusiasts have been trying to figure out what Ford meant when it said its new electric SUV was "Mustang inspired." On Sunday, they'll find out.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

Nissan Is Recalling Nearly 400,000 Vehicles Over Potential Fire Hazard
The Japanese automaker says a pump seal may wear down and cause brake fluid to leak onto circuitry, creating an electrical short.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

Oklahoma Judge Shaves $107 Million Off Opioid Decision Against Johnson & Johnson
The new number from Judge Thad Balkman comes nearly three months after he ordered the drugmaker to pay $572 million for its role in the opioid crisis. Both sides had questioned that sum.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

How Vaping Snuck Up On Regulators
Evan as the popularity of e-cigarettes like Juul has exploded — with unknown health risks — the federal government has been slow to regulate vaping companies.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

Trump Wants Insurers and Hospitals To Show Real Prices To Patients
Two regulations announced Friday take aim at health care prices. One, to affect patients by 2021, addresses hospital rates. The second, a proposal, would require more upfront clarity from insurers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

The U.S. Natural Gas Boom Is Fueling A Global Plastics Boom
America is now the world's biggest exporter of ethane, a part of natural gas that's a building block for making plastics. That's helping fuel the fast-growing global plastics industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 15, 2019

Betsy DeVos And The High-Stakes Standoff Over Student Loan Forgiveness
The Education Department narrowly avoids a subpoena in a fight with House Democrats over forgiving the loans of defrauded student borrowers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Amazon Appeals Pentagon's Choice Of Microsoft For $10 Billion Cloud Contract
Amazon cited "unmistakable bias" as it prepares to challenge its loss in federal court. This starts a new chapter in the contentious battle over the biggest U.S. cloud-computing contract, called JEDI.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Why The American Leather Industry Is Having A Tough Time
The leather industry hit a peak in 2014. Retailers were forced to find cheaper, artificial alternatives. Now, leather is struggling to regain the market share it lost. The trade war is not helping.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Hey Alexa, Should We Worry About Kids And Smart Speakers?
If more than one in four American households have a smart speaker — how will they affect family relationships?

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Google Health Data Project Under Scrutiny
Google is collecting the health data of millions of Americans in partnership with a big health care system. The project is raising questions about patient privacy.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

A New Solution For Snakebites
Snakebites are common, but anti-venom can be hard to get. One doctor is trying a new solution, with help from a former rock star.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Federal Appeals Court Allows Congress To Subpoena Trump Tax Returns
The full D.C. Circuit voted 8-3 not to reconsider an earlier decision by a three-judge panel that ruled against the president. Trump's lawyer says he will appeal to the Supreme Court.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 14, 2019

Federal Appeals Court Lets Stand Ruling That Congress Can Subpoena Trump Tax Returns
The full D.C. Circuit voted 8-3 not to reconsider an earlier decision by a three-judge panel that ruled against the president. Trump's lawyer says he will appeal to the Supreme Court.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2019

Ethane And The Plastics Boom
America's natural gas boom has also made it the world's biggest exporter of ethane. It's a building block for plastics, and U.S. gas is helping fuel the global plastics industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 13, 2019

What Happens To Your Used Stuff? 'Secondhand' Tells Of A Billion-Dollar Industry
As "traditional bonds disintegrate in the face of industrialization, urbanization, and secularization, brands and objects become a means to curate and project who we are," writes reporter Adam Minter.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

How Some Online Lenders Dodge State Laws To Charge Triple Digit Interest Rates
Online lenders charging triple digit interest rates are dodging state laws banning such loans. The money is routed through banks that aren't regulated at the state level to get around the rules.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

McDonald's Is Sued Over 'Systemic Sexual Harassment' Of Female Workers
A former employee has filed a class action lawsuit against McDonald's and one Michigan franchise, alleging a "culture of sexual harassment."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

Trump Makes No Promises On China Trade Deal
President Trump says a mini trade agreement with China could happen "soon," but he offered no guarantees. In a speech to the Economic Club of New York, Trump downplayed the cost of his trade war.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

Supreme Court Allows Sandy Hook Families' Case Against Remington Arms To Proceed
The gun-maker had appealed to the highest federal court after the Connecticut Supreme Court allowed the lawsuit over the 2012 school massacre in Newtown, Conn., to go forward in March.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

Charitable Giving Is Down. It Might Be Time To Reform The Charitable Deduction.
It's distortionary. It's regressive. And right now it only benefits a sliver of taxpayers and nonprofits. It's time to talk about the charitable deduction.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 12, 2019

My Journey Into The World Of Men's Beauty
Makeup was once thought to be the exclusive realm of women, but more and more men are experimenting with cosmetics — and the industry is taking notice. A reporter gives it a try.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 11, 2019

Brexit Among Reasons For Rising Real Estate Prices In France
Paris is becoming unaffordable as prices are pushed up partly by Brexit, as wealthy people and companies relocate from London.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 10, 2019

Farm Bankruptcies Surge
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dale Moore, executive vice president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, about its recent report that shows farm bankruptcies are up 24% from last year.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 10, 2019

#MeToo Hits High-End Wine Industry
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Bon Appetit wine editor Marissa Ross about sexual harassment in the high-end wine industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2019

A Smart Home Neighborhood: Residents Find It Enjoyably Convenient Or A Bit Creepy
Smart homes let homeowners turn on lights and unlock doors from a mobile phone. But the technology also sends incredible amounts of data to big tech companies.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 09, 2019

Paradise, Calif., Faces Labor Shortage
A labor shortage in Paradise, Calif., is complicating rebuilding efforts a year after the destructive Camp Fire. Workers have come looking for jobs but want higher pay than residents can afford.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2019

With Blackouts, California's Electric Car Owners Are Finding New Ways To Charge Up
Nearly half of all the electric cars in the country are owned in California. But the recent wildfires and power outages are inspiring some drivers to use their cars to power their homes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2019

What The U.S.-China Trade War Has Meant For North Carolina Tobacco Farmers
North Carolina is the U.S.'s biggest producer of tobacco. The Trump administration's trade war with China is beginning to wallop the state's industry which was already struggling.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2019

Last-Minute Online Orders Of Thanksgiving Groceries: Share Your Story
Are you a customer or a worker of an online food delivery app, who has a Thanksgiving-day story about last-minute orders? We'd love to hear from you.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2019

The News Roundup - Domestic
Jeff Sessions makes a return. Public impeachment hearings begin next week.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 08, 2019

China Indicates Trade War Talks With The U.S. Are Improving
NPR's Noel King talks to White House trade adviser Peter Navarro about reports from China that both sides have agreed to roll back some tariffs. NPR's Scott Horsley weighs in on the comments.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Feds Say Self-Driving Uber SUV Did Not Recognize Jaywalking Pedestrian In Fatal Crash
The death of a pedestrian struck by the self-driving vehicle in Arizona last year highlights safety concerns and calls for regulating the testing of such vehicles.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. Company Accused Of Illegally Selling Chinese-Made Security Products To Military
Aventura Technologies Inc. and seven of its employees are facing charges of fraud, money laundering and illegal importation of Chinese equipment, which officials say endangered military personnel.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

German Airline Lufthansa Grounds 1,300 Flights As Flight Attendants Strike
Thousands of employees picketed outside of airports in Germany. Lufthansa, that nation's largest carrier, expects 180,000 passengers will be affected by the two-day work stoppage.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Las Vegas Bans Sleeping, Camping in Public Places
Homeless activists swarmed the Las Vegas City Council chambers chanting, "housing, not handcuffs!" The mayor said the measure is necessary in order to address a homeless problem that is not abating.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Post-#MeToo, Ernst & Young Grapples With Diverging Views Of Its Culture
Until recently, the accounting giant coached some top women leaders to look "polished" and speak briefly. The company has since disavowed the program, arguing its workplace culture promotes women.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Allowing Foreign Governments To Fund Research At U.S. Colleges Raises Concerns
As the federal government raises alarm bells about foreign influence on college campuses, some are trying to find the right balance between openness and national security.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. And China Agree To Roll Back Some Tariffs
A spokesman for China's Commerce Ministry says the U.S. and China have agreed to roll back some tariffs while moving toward the first phase of a trade agreement. But the deal is not final.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

'The Mysterious Affair At Olivetti' Attempts To Find A Cold War Conspiracy
Biographer Meryle Secrest chases a theory that two key Olivetti computer visonaries' deaths did not happen as officially recorded. While a gripping read at times, there's not a lot of solid ground.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

2 Ex-Twiiter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi Arabia
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Mike Chapple, a former computer scientist with the NSA, who says Twitter should have known that its employees were working for a foreign power.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

2 Ex-Twitter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi Arabia
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Mike Chapple, a former computer scientist with the NSA, who says Twitter should have known that its employees were working for a foreign power.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Decades Ago, British Economist Created The Framework For A Carbon Tax
More than 100 hundred years ago, British economist Arthur Cecil Pigou explained how to tax things like pollution. His insight is being used to fight climate change.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

Despite Bankruptcy And Illness, Bob Murray Remains A Loud Voice For Coal
Bob Murray rose from coal miner to executive and became an influential industry voice. Despite his role in crafting the Trump administration's pro-coal policies, his own company is bankrupt.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 07, 2019

A Ban On High-Cost Loans May Be Coming
Some payday loans carry interest rates of 100% or more. The Military Lending Act limits rates on loans to service members. Now, a bipartisan bill aims to extend that protection to all Americans.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2019

Boeing CEO Says He Decided Not To Quit After 737 Max Crashes And Gave Up Bonuses
Dennis Muilenburg says, "I don't see running away from a challenge, resigning, as the right solution." "What does accountability mean? Are you taking a cut in pay?" a lawmaker asked him last week.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2019

Under New Deal, Australian Women's And Men's Soccer Will Get Equal Share Of Revenue
The deal will lift salaries for the Matildas by 90% and promises parity in training and travel. Norway and New Zealand have made similar moves, as a lawsuit against U.S. Soccer continues.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 06, 2019

Uber Drivers Protest Rejection Of Labor Law That Would Extend Protections To Millions
Uber drivers showed up at the homes of the company's big investors on Wednesday to protest how the ride-hailing company has made a few people incredibly rich.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

FCC Clears T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Deal
The next hurdle is a federal trial in December in which a coalition of state attorneys general are challenging the merger as anti-competitive.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

ABC News Defends Its Epstein Coverage After Leaked Video Of Anchor
On the video, anchor Amy Robach complained that ABC News had "quashed" her interview with a Jeffrey Epstein accuser, suggesting the network yielded to threats from powerful forces.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

Amazon Expected To Fight Pentagon's Decision On Microsoft For $10 Billion Contract
Amazon will likely fight the Pentagon's choice of Microsoft for the $10 billion JEDI cloud contract, after President Trump's criticism. Microsoft's bid is said to have "hit the ball out of the park."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

FTC Issues Rules For Disclosure Of Ads By Social Media Influencers
The consumer watchdog agency is trying to protect users from deceptive ads on social media. The influencer market on Instagram is expected to reach more than $2.5 billion in 2020.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

McDonald's Fired CEO Is Getting Millions, Putting Spotlight On Pay Gap
Stephen Easterbrook got an exit package of $42 million after his relationship with an employee violated company policy. In 2018, he made 2,124 times more than a McDonald's median employee.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

Kickstarting The Conversation On Crowdfunding
Public radio is no stranger to crowdfunding, or as we call it, "a pledge drive." But let's take a moment to talk about a different kind.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

For Many #MeToo Accusers, Speaking Up Is Just The Beginning
What happened to the people who shared their stories amid the #MeToo movement? Many say they've paid a high emotional and financial cost for discussing their sexual harassment cases.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

The Opium Cycle
There is a pattern that has repeated itself throughout the history of the opium trade.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 05, 2019

Even Farmers Who Don't Export Produce Are Caught Up In Tariff Wars
Tariffs are really hurting some small growers because the big ones who've lost their overseas market are dumping fruit domestically, and the small growers aren't eligible for USDA relief.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

California Seizes More Than $1.5 Billion In Illegal Marijuana
California voters approved the sale of recreational marijuana in 2016. But the legal market is still struggling to compete with the illicit market.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

What A Tentative Trade Deal Between China And 14 Other Countries Means For The U.S.
China and 14 other countries have agreed on a tentative trade pact. The U.S. is not part of the agreement and critics say that puts the country at a disadvantage in a fast-growing part of the world.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Apple Pledges $2.5 Billion To Ease Shortage Of Affordable Housing In California
Apple has pledged $2.5 billion to support affordable housing in California. The move follows similar initiatives by Big Tech to fend off criticism that its growth contributed to high housing costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Microsoft Japan Says 4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers' Productivity By 40%
Employees at Microsoft Japan worked four days a week, enjoyed a three-day weekend — and got their normal, five-day paycheck. As part of the trial, the company also capped meetings at 30 minutes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers' Productivity By 40%, Microsoft Japan Says
Employees at Microsoft Japan worked four days a week, enjoyed a three-day weekend — and got their normal, five-day paycheck. As part of the trial, the company also capped meetings at 30 minutes.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Appeals Court Rules Trump's Accountants Must Turn Over Tax Records
Lawyers for President Trump say they plan to appeal to the Supreme Court, potentially setting up an election year decision about disclosing the president's finances.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Apple Pledges $2.5 Billion To Combat California's Housing Crisis
The plan includes $1 billion for a first-time homebuyer mortgage assistance fund and $1 billion for an open line of credit to develop "very low- to moderate-income housing."

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Mexican Cooking Show, 'From My Ranch To Your Kitchen,' Is YouTube Hit
A grandma, in a rustic outdoor ranch kitchen, is tearing up the Internet in Mexico with her simple, home style cooking. Since starting in August, she's got 1.5 million subscribers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 04, 2019

Premature Birth Medication Makena Doesn't Work, Research Shows
An FDA advisory panel recommends that a pregnancy drug — used to prevent premature births — be taken off the market. Researchers say there isn't enough evidence to suggest it works.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2019

Saudi Aramco, World's Most Profitable Company, Will Make First Public Offering
The oil company said it will sell an unspecified number of shares on a Saudi Arabian exchange. Its valuation could be $1.5 trillion, and it may be the world's biggest IPO.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2019

What Power Outages Means For Solar's Potential
Amid widespread blackouts in California, solar companies are seeing a huge spike in interest. They argue the future grid should be local and independent of the massive power lines that spark fires.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 03, 2019

What Power Outages Mean For Solar's Potential
Amid widespread blackouts in California, solar companies are seeing a huge spike in interest. They argue the future grid should be local and independent of the massive power lines that spark fires.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2019

Trump Takes In UFC Fight In NYC, Days After Tweeting Residency Change To Florida
This will be Trump's second sporting event in the span of a week. The president's connections to UFC go back to at least 2001.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2019

Trump To Kick It At UFC Fight In NYC, Days After Tweeting Residency Change To Florida
This will be Trump's second sporting event in the span of a week. The president's connections to UFC go back to at least 2001.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2019

The Death Of Deadspin
After being told to stick to sports coverage, writers at the prominent website Deadspin quit en masse. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with former Deadspin Editor-in-Chief Megan Greenwell.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 02, 2019

PG&E's Future
Critics say management failures by PG&E, the bankrupt investor-owned utility, have worsened the California wildfire threat. Now some lawmakers want the company broken up or made a public utility.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

Calif. Governor Seeks To 'Jumpstart' PG&E Bankruptcy Talks; Threatens State Takeover
Democrat Gavin Newsom has been critical of the state's largest utility, PG&E, in the face of planned power outages that left 2 million customers without electricity.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

After Days Of Resignations, The Last Of The Deadspin Staff Has Quit
Staffers at the sports and culture website began to leave en masse earlier this week following a directive from executives to "stick to sports." The future of the site is up in the air.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

After Days Of Resignations, The Last Of The Deadspin Staff Have Quit
Staffers at the sports and culture website began to leave en masse earlier this week following a directive from executives to "stick to sports." The future of the site is up in the air.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

How Some Companies In Germany Are Trying To Cut Down On The Number Of Retail Returns
The rise of online retail has meant the rise of online returns. One country where that is particularly apparent is Germany. Some companies there are trying to find ways to cut down on the costs.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. Employers Added 128,000 Jobs In October
The stock market rallied Friday after a better-than-expected jobs report. U.S. employers added 128,000 jobs in October, despite the General Motors strike, which idled tens of thousands of workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

Google Buys Fitbit For $2.1 Billion, Pledges To Protect Health Data
In a Friday announcement, the two companies told wary customers that fitness-tracker data would not be used to target ads at customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

President Trump Is A New Yorker No Longer
The president has changed his legal residence to Florida, a state with no income taxes. "I cherish New York," he tweeted, but Trump said he had been "treated very badly" by New York political leaders.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

How 75,000 Abandoned Cabbages Inspired A Huge Online Forum For Farmers In Africa
In Kenya, a tech worker-turned-farmer almost threw in the trowel. Now, he helps other farmers share tips and support.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

Job Market Resilient In October Despite GM Strike, Beating Expectations
U.S. employers added 128,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate inched up to 3.6%. The drop in job creation reflects a slowing economy, but a strike at General Motors was also a factor.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

NBC Leadership And #MeToo
Some journalists at NBC News are sharply questioning the judgment of their bosses about how they let Ronan Farrow's reporting on Harvey Weinstein, the defining story in the #MeToo movement, slip away.

NPR Topics: Business
Nov 01, 2019

Apple, Disney Enter Streaming Market
Apple TV launches Friday, setting off a new round of competing streaming services, with Disney on Nov. 12 and HBO Max in May 2020.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

Opinion: Syria's Oil Output Is Low, But Here's Why It Matters
What happens to the country's resources — once a revenue stream for ISIS — will be important not to world oil markets but to the future of Syria itself, write Roger Diwan and Daniel Yergin.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

The 7-Year Car Loan: Watch Your Wallet
Americans are buying more expensive cars — nearly $38,000 for new cars, on average. And longer-term loans are enabling many people to make the payments, but at a cost.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

Fiat Chrysler And Peugeot Agree On Merger To Create 4th Largest Car Maker
The new company, with combined annual revenue of $189 billion, would be based in the Netherlands and control such brands as Dodge, Ram, Citroën and Opel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

Fiat Chrysler And Peugeot Agree On Merger To Create 4th-Largest Carmaker
The new company, with combined annual revenue of $189 billion, would be based in the Netherlands and control such brands as Dodge, Ram, Citroën and Opel.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

Twitter Bans Political Ads
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the platform will ban all political ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 31, 2019

WeWork And The Future Of Coworking
WeWork's name had become synonymous with coworking and it had plans to go public. Until investors had the opportunity to look at the company's books.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Twitter To Halt Political Ads, In Contrast To Facebook
CEO Jack Dorsey announced that Twitter will stop running political ads, citing online ads' "significant risks to politics." Facebook has been criticized for allowing deceptive political ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

This Pilot Has Been Watching Testimony By Boeing's CEO. Here's What He Has To Say
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Dennis Tajer of the Allied Pilots Association about his reactions to the two days of testimony by Boeing executives about the 737 Max plane crashes.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Fed Cuts Rates Again To Boost A Slowing Economy
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point Wednesday, in an effort to support an economy that continues to tap the brakes. Economic growth in the third quarter was just 1.9%.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Facebook Pays $643,000 Fine For Role In Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Facebook paid the fine to the U.K.'s data protection watchdog, but it also made no admission of liability.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Facebook Takes Down Accounts Tied To Russian Businessman Behind 'Troll Factory'
Facebook said the influence campaigns were tied to Yevgeny Prigozhin, an associate of Vladimir Putin who was indicted for running the troll factory that meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Cashing In On The White House Connection: It's Not Just Hunter Biden
Relatives of presidents and vice presidents have lots of opportunities to cash in on their famous relative's name, and more than a few have done so.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Facebook Feels Pressure On Political Ad Policy
Facebook workers are the latest critics urging the social network to change its political advertising policy. They say the company should hold political ads to the same standards as all other ads.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Boeing CEO Faces House Committee
After Boeing's CEO faced withering criticism at a Senate hearing, he goes before a House committee as he tries to defend his company's safety protocols and reputation.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 30, 2019

Victim's Family Responds To Boeing CEO's Testimony
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron about the Boeing CEO's testimony on Capitol Hill. Their daughter, Samya, was killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March.

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