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NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Trump's Payroll Tax Holiday Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma
Businesses are grappling with difficult legal and logistical questions about how to respond to the president's payroll-tax holiday order.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Start-ups braced for the worst, but the worst never came.


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Trump's Payroll Tax Plan Creates Confusion Among Businesses: Live Updates


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Aug 10, 2020

After a Flop, Amazon Makes Another Foray Into Video Games
Amazon said it was rebranding Twitch Prime, in another attempt to crack the video game market after a big-budget game effort failed.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Fed's Main Street program funneled its first loans to casinos, roofers and dentists.


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Big Tech Makes Inroads With the Biden Campaign
While Joe Biden has criticized the largest tech companies, his campaign and transition teams have welcomed allies of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple onto its staff and policy groups.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Delta Air Lines Bought an Oil Refinery. It Didn't Go as Planned.
Delta's foray into oil refining illustrates some of the reasons the business was in trouble even before the pandemic.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Kodak Shares Plunge After Federal Loan Paused: Live Updates


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Aug 10, 2020

Saudi Aramco's profit fell 73 percent as demand for oil shrank.


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Aug 10, 2020

McDonald's Sues Former C.E.O. Steve Easterbrook
The fast-food chain said Steve Easterbrook, who was fired last fall, concealed evidence during an investigation into his conduct.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Here's the business news to watch this week.


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Joe Biden's Links to Wall Street, Silicon Valley
Although they haven't necessarily fallen in love with the Democratic presidential candidate, many on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley are falling in line.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Saudi Aramco's Profit Plunges Amid Oil Slump: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Trump's directives were supposed to offer relief. Most may not.


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Without a $600 weekly benefit, jobless Americans face bleak choices.


NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

On the Shores of Cape Cod, Where the Oyster Is Their World
Pollution, development and overharvesting have greatly diminished America's natural oyster habitat. Aquaculture and adaptable farmers have changed the game.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Amazon Satellites Add to Astronomers' Worries About the Night Sky
The F.C.C. approved the company's 3,236-satellite constellation, which aims to provide high-speed internet service around the world.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

Start-Ups Braced for the Worst. The Worst Never Came.
The doomsday warnings about tech start-ups failing in the pandemic have not yielded the shakeout that many expected a few months ago.

NYTimes Business
Aug 10, 2020

A Rare Economic Bright Spot in the U.S. Health System: The Vet's Office
Usually during an economic downturn, people tend to spend less on health care for pets. This time, the opposite is happening.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

How Pro-Trump Forces Work the Refs in Silicon Valley
The new referees in American politics are Facebook, Google and Twitter, and they would be wise to pay attention to lessons the old media tried to learn.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Trump's Orders on Coronavirus Relief Create Confusion
Businesses and the unemployed faced uncertainty as administration officials defended the president's directives and Democrats criticized them.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

How Trump Allies Work the Refs in Silicon Valley
The new referees in American politics are Facebook, Google and Twitter, and they would be wise to pay attention to lessons the old media tried to learn.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Salmonella Cases Linked to Onions Increase to Nearly 900
Grocery chains, including Publix and Giant Eagle, have recalled onions supplied by Thomson International and products that may contain the onions.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Will Trump's Executive Directives Provide Relief?
Because Congress controls federal spending, at least some of the measures will almost certainly be challenged in court. Or they may become moot if Congress reaches a deal.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Ohio Governor Says His Flawed Virus Test Shouldn't Undercut New, Rapid Methods
Several states are trying to increase coronavirus testing with faster methods, undeterred by less accurate but quicker readouts.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Administration Officials Defend Executive Action on Pandemic Relief
Democrats criticized President Trump's directives and called on top administration officials to resume talks over a broader agreement.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

This Company Boasted to Trump About Its Covid-19 Vaccine. Experts Are Skeptical.
Inovio, a Pennsylvania biotech company, has spent years claiming to be on the cusp of important vaccines. It has never brought one to market.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

The Week in Business: The Stimulus Mess
A jobs report that found the U.S. economy added 1.8 million jobs in July, and President Trump signed executive orders to extend some of the benefits in the virus relief law.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Saudi Aramco Says Profit Fell 73 Percent as Demand for Oil Shrank
The coronavirus pandemic took a major toll on the oil giant's earnings, but Aramco will maintain its hefty dividend for shareholders.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

The Wallets of Wall Street Are With Joe Biden, if Not the Hearts
Through donations, finance executives played a critical role in helping Joe Biden turn his campaign around. They've mostly grown to like him, if not love him.

NYTimes Business
Aug 09, 2020

Boycotted. Criticized. But Fox News Leads the Pack in Prime Time.
Led by Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, the channel's pro-Trump lineup outranked every network from 8 to 11 p.m. in June and July.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

Trump's Go-It-Alone Stimulus Won't Do Much to Lift the Recovery
A series of executive actions will provoke lawsuits but is unlikely to stoke faster growth in an economy that has cooled this summer.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

How to Prepare for Your Return to the Office
Nervous about the possibility of going back to the workplace? Here's what to take into consideration.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

C.D.C. Closes Some Offices Over Bacteria Discovery
The move highlights the risk of Legionnaires' disease outbreaks when buildings are reopened after coronavirus lockdowns.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

Profits Rebound at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway
Berkshire reported earnings of $26.4 billion in the second quarter, a turnaround from its $49.7 billion loss in the first quarter, when the pandemic caused a plunge in the stock market.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

Hong Kong Officials Condemn and Mock Trump Administration Sanctions
Officials in Hong Kong targeted by new United States sanctions argued on Saturday that the move harmed American interests and would have little impact on them.

NYTimes Business
Aug 08, 2020

Without $600 Weekly Benefit, Unemployed Face Bleak Choices
A federal supplement to jobless pay was a lifeline for millions and for the economy. Its cutoff, even if temporary, may have lasting consequences.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

U.S. Added 1.8 Million Jobs in July


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Job Growth Slowed in July, Signaling a Loss of Economic Momentum
The ranks of the employed grew by 1.8 million, a drop from the pace of the previous two months, as renewed business closings hampered the recovery.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

2 Black Staff Members Quit Bon Appétit as Tensions Over Race Continue
Troubles at the magazine surfaced in June, when the top editor resigned under pressure after staff members complained of a toxic culture.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Millions of Evictions Are a Sharper Threat as Government Support Ends
Without more federal aid for workers, experts are expecting the largest disruption to the housing market since the Depression.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Trump's Orders on WeChat and TikTok Are Uncertain. That May Be the Point.
The restrictions on the two Chinese-owned apps followed a familiar model for other policy announcements on China from the Trump administration.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Discouraged workers add to the cloud over the labor market.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Three Top Executives Are Out at WarnerMedia, HBO's Parent Company
The shake-up came on the watch of the WarnerMedia chief executive, Jason Kilar, who joined the company in May.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Need to Take the MCAT? You'll Still Have to Do It in Person
Admissions tests for many graduate schools have gone online. But not the MCAT, the exam for aspiring doctors. It must still be taken in person, pandemic or not.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

What if Your Home Could Be Mobile, but Also You Could Park It?
A start-up rethinks a little about how to live.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Lorenzo Wilson Milam, Guru of Community Radio, Is Dead at 86
He helped start noncommercial stations in the 1960s and '70s, offering an eclectic mix of music and talk. His goal: to change the world.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

How to Handle a ‘Friendly' Co-Worker Who's Really a Total Jerk
A woman has a misogynist at her job. A 56-year-old despairs about his prospects. And employees are asked to pay for their own diversity training.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

At Talkspace, Start-Up Culture Collides With Mental Health Concerns
The therapy-by-text company made burner phones available for fake reviews and doesn't adequately respect client privacy, former employees say.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

After Taking a Pandemic Hit, Billboard Ad Companies See Signs of Hope
The virus pummeled sales of ads that appear on outdoor and transit displays, and a second wave could hamper a recovery. But advertising executives believe the worst may be over for their business.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Laid off, rehired, laid off again, and now without a weekly $600 boost.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Oversight Member Blasts the Fed's Efforts to Rescue Main Street
The Federal Reserve president leading the Main Street lending program is testifying before an oversight commission, as one member labeled it a "failure."

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

He found a new job, but the drop in pay is draining his savings.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Minorities continue to bear a heavy portion of the job market's pain.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

As a temporary closing turns permanent, an owner and a worker try to carry on.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

U.S. Added 1.8 Million Jobs in July: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

The ‘Indirect' Costs at College Can Involve Nasty Surprises
Expenses for books, transportation and food outside a meal plan may be a problem for poor and moderate-income students, a new report finds.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

More Wealthy Families Are Throwing a Lifeline to Distressed Businesses
The pandemic has created an opportunity for family offices to take a more hands-on approach by investing directly in companies that need capital.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Trump takes aim at WeChat, China's bridge to the world.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Targeting WeChat, Trump Takes Aim at China's Bridge to the World
The all-purpose app, which the administration is restricting along with TikTok, is how many Chinese living abroad stay in touch with each other, and with people back home.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

China's exports rise despite the virus, surprising economists.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Millions face eviction as pandemic relief measures end, researchers warn.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Facebook Gaming Finally Clears Apple Hurdle, Arriving in App Store
Saying Apple forced changes during months of rejection, the social network is releasing a version for iPhone and iPad users today.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Denmark has one of the best-performing stock markets in the world this year.


NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Why Black Workers Will Hurt the Most if Congress Doesn't Extend Jobless Benefits
An extra $600 a week smoothed out sharp differences in benefits among states, and among the people who live in them.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Abolish the Police? Those Who Survived the Chaos in Seattle Aren't So Sure
What is it like when a city abandons a neighborhood and the police vanish? Business owners describe a harrowing experience of calling for help and being left all alone.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Canada to U.S. Visitors: Please Don't Sneak Across the Border
Some Canadian citizens, concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, are taking matters into their own hands and reporting illegal American visitors.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Investors Cozy Up to Danish Stocks
Denmark is enjoying one of the best-performing stock markets in the world this year. Recession-proof businesses and a strong safety net equal big gains.

NYTimes Business
Aug 07, 2020

Trump Targets WeChat and TikTok, in Sharp Escalation With China
The government cited national security concerns in announcing sweeping restrictions on two popular Chinese social media networks, a move that is likely to be met with retaliation.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Uber's Delivery Business Overtakes Rides


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

As Jobs Report Looms, White House and Congress Say Stark Divisions Remain Over Stimulus Plan
As senators left Washington without a deal on an economic rescue package, economists warned of new signs of a lagging recovery

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

As Jobs Report Looms, Trump and Congress Remain Split Over Stimulus Plan
As senators left Washington without a deal on an economic rescue package, economists warned of new signs of a lagging recovery

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Amid Dire Jobless Numbers, Small-Business Relief Program Nears End
The Paycheck Protection Program provided respite for hard-hit small businesses, but it is ending soon. With no word on further government help, owners worry about their fate.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Trump Reinstates Tariff on Canadian Aluminum
The tariff, which could prompt retaliation from Canada, was imposed just one month after a new trade deal between the two countries went into effect.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Uber's Revenue Craters, as Deliveries Surge in Pandemic
Uber said revenue fell 29 percent in the second quarter because people traveled less, but food deliveries soared.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Uber's Delivery Business Overtakes Rides: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

New Unemployment Claims Decline, but Remain ‘Alarmingly High'
Nearly 1.2 million filed for state benefits last week, the lowest total since March, as economic readings offer only limited encouragement.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Capital One will pay $80 million over hack.
In 2019, a software engineer stole information relating to millions of customers. Regulators say the bank should have had better protections.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

He Spent 26 Years in a Chinese Prison. Then He Was Cleared of Murder.
A court in eastern China convicted Zhang Yuhuan in 1995 for the murder of two boys. His exoneration has grabbed headlines, though legal reforms have been sluggish.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

For many workers, getting traction in the job market may require new skills.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

3 Bon Appétit Journalists of Color Leave the Magazine's Video Series
Two of them accused Condé Nast, the magazine's parent company, of offering lower pay than what their white colleagues earned for video work.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Toy Cars and Crop Tops: Can Wacky U.S.P.S. Store Merch Save the Struggling Postal Service?
Saving the American postal system, one crop top at a time.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Household Debt Dropped as Americans Cut Spending: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

An Italian Natural Wine Producer Is Swept Up in Her Father's Migrant Worker Scandal
An accusation involving migrant labor in Puglia leads to self-examination and, perhaps, new awareness of the treatment of agricultural workers.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

The Fed moves closer to a new way to get people their money faster.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

A Prominent News Media Critic Is Starting a News Outlet of His Own
For years, media insiders turned to Ken Doctor for advice. Now he plans to compete against a hedge-fund-owned paper in Santa Cruz.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

NBCUniversal Pushes Out Chairman of NBC Entertainment
Paul Telegdy leaves the network ahead of a pending investigation into his workplace behavior.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Doris Buffett, Her Family's ‘Retail Philanthropist,' Dies at 92
Her younger brother, Warren, entrusted her with vetting requests after he announced his intention to donate nearly his entire fortune. "Warren loves to make money and I love to give it away," she said.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

ViacomCBS takes a pandemic hit, with ad revenue falling 27 percent.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

A majority of travelers are not willing to get on planes, a new survey shows.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

This Year's Must-Have Back-to-School Item: Masks for Children
Crayola, Old Navy and Disney are among the brands making colorful masks for children. Child psychologists see this as a positive step toward "normalcy."

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Gannett and Tribune newspaper chains see subscriber growth amid plunging advertising.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Credit card debt plunges, driving a decline in overall household debt.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Everyone's lockdown obsession with Animal Crossing lifts Nintendo's profits to $1 billion.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Snap will make a major effort to register first-time voters.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

He Spent 26 Years in a Chinese Prison. Then He Was Cleared of Murder
A court in eastern China convicted Zhang Yuhuan in 1995 for the murder of two boys. His exoneration has grabbed headlines, though legal reforms have been sluggish.

NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Weekly Jobless Claims Decline, But Top One Million for 20th Week: Live Updates


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

As unemployment benefits began to run out, a freelance job came just in time.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Idled by the pandemic, workers in Britain try new careers.


NYTimes Business
Aug 06, 2020

Lawmakers Aim to Prevent Trump From Bypassing Ban on Armed Drone Sales
Senators from both parties say President Trump cannot be allowed to help drone technology proliferate, and they want it to be kept away from Saudi Arabia in particular.

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