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Our Favorite Local Shops for Small Business Saturday
Today—and every day—support stores in your community. Here are our hometown favorites we think you'll like, too.
The days between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday are shopping madness, when you finally get a chance to grab the Dyson vacuum or laptop you've needed all year at a price you can afford. But today is Sm… [+4566 chars]
Medea Giordano, WIRED Staff
2021-11-27 12:00:00




Rolls-Royce Is Getting Into the Small Nuclear Reactor Business
The favorite luxury vehicle of rich old billionaires and rap moguls may soon share a name with some small new nuclear reactors. The famed British aerospace and energy manufacturer Rolls-Royce Holdings said this week that it had secured roughly $600 million in…
The favorite luxury vehicle of rich old billionaires and rap moguls may soon share a name with some small new nuclear reactors. The famed British aerospace and energy manufacturer Rolls-Royce Holding… [+4196 chars]
Molly Taft
2021-11-11 16:55:00




Business Updates: U.K. Recovery Slows as Supply Disruptions Persist
The economy grew 1.3 percent in the third quarter, down from 5.5 percent growth in the previous three months.
By Eshe Nelson The British economys recovery slowed through the summer, delaying its return to its prepandemic size as supply shortages hampered businesses and exports declined. Gross domestic prod… [+9635 chars]
The New York Times
2021-11-11 12:41:08




Business Updates: Japan Approves $490 Billion Stimulus Package
The move, announced on Friday, is an attempt by the country’s newish prime minister to revive an economy battered by Covid restrictions and a supply chain crunch.
By Hikari Hida Japans government agreed on Friday to spend $490 billion on stimulus measures, a move by its prime minister to boost an economy battered by coronavirus restrictions and by a supply ch… [+9380 chars]
The New York Times
2021-11-19 12:32:16




What airplane business class will look like in 2025
It may feel like 2025 is a long way away, but for airlines' luxurious new business class seats -- which can take years to design and install -- it's right around the corner.
(CNN) It may feel like 2025 is a long way away, but for airlines' luxurious new business class seats -- which can take years to design and install -- it's right around the corner. So what will busi… [+5635 chars]
By John Walton, CNN
2021-11-16 10:53:27




What to Do If Somebody Gives You Unsolicited Advice at the Gym
Tell me if this story sounds familiar: You’re minding your own business in the gym, doing your usual workout, when a stranger walks up and tells you you’re doing it wrong. In some cases, the stranger is a random nobody; in other cases, they have the look of a…
Tell me if this story sounds familiar: Youre minding your own business in the gym, doing your usual workout, when a stranger walks up and tells you youre doing it wrong. In some cases, the stranger i… [+5290 chars]
Beth Skwarecki
2021-11-11 19:30:00




Business Updates: Initial Jobless Claims Drop to Their Lowest Point Since 1969
Many retailers will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day, citing safety concerns and gratitude for their employees.
Many retail giants have opted to close on Thanksgiving Day during the coronavirus pandemic, citing safety concerns and gratitude for their employees.Retailers also have expanded their online offering… [+2216 chars]
The New York Times
2021-11-24 14:33:44




DealBook Online Summit: Antony Blinken, Mary Barra, Ken Griffin and More
Leaders in business, policy and culture are set to speak with DealBook’s Andrew Ross Sorkin about consequential issues. Follow along here.
On Day 2 of the DealBook Online Summit, more leaders in business, policy and culture are set to speak with DealBooks Andrew Ross Sorkin about consequential issues, from American foreign relations to … [+1170 chars]
The New York Times
2021-11-10 15:07:53




Filings Show Continuing Battle Over Britney Spears’s Finances
New court documents reveal a heated exchange between Ms. Spears’s lawyers and the former business manager of her estate.
In September, Mr. Rosengart asked lawyers for Tri Star a central question: How much money was Tri Star paid by Ms. Spears or her estate during the conservatorship? In a heated email exchange, lawyer… [+1296 chars]
Liz Day and Rachel Abrams
2021-11-15 16:50:38




Johnson & Johnson Will Break Itself Up Into Two Companies
The 135-year-old company announced plans to divide itself into a consumer products business and a medical company.
At the same time, Johnson & Johnson was also under public and legal fire for its role in the opioid crisis. The company was a manufacturer of potentially addictive opiate painkillers, a business … [+1964 chars]
Rebecca Robbins and Michael J. de la Merced
2021-11-12 22:49:01




Would the world be better if it was run by teenagers?
One energy firm has appointed an advisory board of six young people to help guide the business.
By Katherine LathamBusiness reporter Image source, Good Energy Image caption, Good Energy's Good Future Board has six members (five of whom are pictured here) now aged from 13 to 17 What would the… [+6762 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2021-11-11 00:08:42




COP26: 'Paris built the arena, Glasgow starts the race' - Kerry
US climate envoy, John Kerry, says "we raised ambition here in Glasgow, this was not business as usual".
A deal aimed at staving off dangerous climate change has been struck at the COP26 summit in Glasgow. A commitment to phase out coal that was included in earlier negotiation drafts led to a dramatic … [+540 chars]

2021-11-13 23:54:58




CEO Secrets: 'Develop your social skills'
Luis von Ahn, co-founder and CEO of language-learning app Duolingo, shares his business advice.
Luis von Ahn, co-founder and CEO of language-learning app Duolingo, shares his business advice for the CEO Secrets series. Video by Dougal Shaw. Learn more CEO Secrets here.

2021-12-01 00:07:27




Do Sports Still Need China?
Global outrage, broken contracts and shifting politics could change the calculus for leagues and teams that once raced to do business in China.
Like other observers, Dreyer suggested the WTAs stance was potentially game-changing. But he noted, too, that it was possibly easier for the WTA to defy China than it had been for, say, the N.B.A., f… [+1185 chars]
Andrew Keh
2021-11-24 21:03:32




Business Updates: Democrats’ Bill Aims for Minimum Tax on Big Companies
An analysis being released by Senator Elizabeth Warren offers a first look at which companies could face higher tax bills under the proposal.
About 10,000 workers at the agriculture equipment maker Deere & Company will go back to work after the approval of a contract on Wednesday, bringing to an end a five-week strike that affected 14 … [+4816 chars]
The New York Times
2021-11-18 10:11:33




Do Sports Still Need China?
Global outrage, broken contracts and shifting politics could change the calculus for leagues and teams that once raced to do business in China.
Ultimately, the affair showed how even the most conscientious organizations could find their plans undermined by Chinese politics, how any business could unwillingly become a vessel for an internatio… [+1540 chars]
Andrew Keh
2021-11-24 23:26:42




Manchin and Sinema Find Financial Support From G.O.P. Donors
The two Democratic senators are attracting campaign contributions from business interests and conservatives as progressives fume over their efforts to pare back the president’s domestic policy bill.
Stanley S. Hubbard, a billionaire Republican donor, wrote his first check to Ms. Sinema in September and said that he was considering doing the same for Mr. Manchin because of their efforts to trim t… [+1742 chars]
Kenneth P. Vogel and Kate Kelly
2021-11-21 10:00:07




Steve Simon: Who is the WTA boss taking on China?
How did a former Wimbledon mixed doubles player end up taking on China over a case that is "bigger than business"?
Steve Simon (far left) has appeared at many trophy ceremonies but his stance on China has earned him plaudits of his own The first words of the brief profile page about Steve Simon in his organisati… [+4326 chars]

2021-12-02 20:02:48




Founder of Massive Robo-Text Service Accused of Running Secret Spying Operation: Report
One of the top executives of a gargantuan texting contractor has been accused of running a secret surveillance business, the likes of which sold access to the company’s partner networks so that governments could spy on various users. Read more...
One of the top executives of a gargantuan texting contractor has been accused of running a secret surveillance business, the likes of which sold access to the companys partner networks so that govern… [+3425 chars]
Lucas Ropek
2021-12-06 21:50:00




Trump Investigation Enters Crucial Phase as Prosecutor’s Term Nears End
New developments suggest the long-running inquiry has returned to an earlier focus: the valuations the former president and his family business applied to properties as it sought loans.
We believe that is the fair and just decision, said the lawyer, Nicholas Gravante Jr., who had argued that Mr. Calamari was not involved in the companys finances and relied on another Trump employee … [+1449 chars]
Ben Protess, William K. Rashbaum, Jonah E. Bromwich and David Enrich
2021-11-24 18:06:41
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