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Blackstone in London Sets Vaccine Rule to Work in Office

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 10:14
Starting next week, the American private equity firm will take a more forceful approach to vaccines than many other firms in Britain.

In a Blue Origin Rocket, William Shatner Finally Goes to Space

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 04:32
The actor who played Captain Kirk played the role of pitchman for Jeff Bezos’ spaceflight company at a time that it is facing a number of workplace and business difficulties.

Data from Federal Scientists Raise Questions About J.&J. Booster Shots

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 04:07
People who have received the company’s one-shot vaccine may benefit from a booster with another brand. F.D.A. advisers will discuss the data on Friday.

Destination Crenshaw Moves Ahead With a First Round of Public Sculptures

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 04:03
In Los Angeles, a project commits to commissioning over 100 artworks by Black artists for a new cultural corridor.

Walgreens to Close 5 Stores in San Francisco, Citing ‘Organized’ Shoplifting

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 03:55
One of the stores was targeted at least five times by the same man, who drew widespread attention for raiding the store on a bike and was later arrested, the authorities said.

Former ‘Hamilton’ Cast Member Files Discrimination Complaint Against Show

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 02:10
In the E.E.O.C. filing, the actor, who is nonbinary, describes being retaliated against after requesting a gender-neutral dressing room, among other claims. The show denies the allegations.

Putin Suggests Germany Approve Nord Stream 2 to Solve Energy Crisis

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 02:02
In his most direct comments to date on the contentious Russian pipeline, President Vladimir V. Putin called it an “obvious” way to relieve Europe’s soaring natural gas prices.

Fed Minutes September 2021: Officials Worried About Supply Chains

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 01:57
Federal Reserve officials are preparing to slow bond buying and are divided over when they might need to raise interest rates as inflation bites.

Facebook Clamps Down on Its Internal Message Boards

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 01:50
The social network, which has been under increased scrutiny after a former product manager turned into a whistle-blower, is trying to prevent leaks.

Father of Killed Reporter Asks Regulators to Investigate Facebook

Thu, 10/14/2021 - 01:45
Andy Parker, the father of a journalist killed in 2015, filed a complaint with the F.T.C. urging it to increase regulation on the tech giant, saying it failed to remove videos of his daughter’s killing.

Consumer prices jumped last month, a problem for Washington and Wall Street.

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 23:44
Consumer Price Index data from the Labor Department showed that prices continued their ascent in September, as troubles such as supply chain snarls fueled rapid inflation.

September Consumer Price Index: Inflation Rises

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 23:34
Consumer Price Index data from the Labor Department showed that prices continued their ascent in September, as troubles such as supply chain snarls fueled rapid inflation.

William Shatner's Star Trek Moment With Jeff Bezos

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 23:32
After the Blue Origin crew set down, science fiction met reality.

A Stock Market Malaise With the Shadow of ’70s-Style Stagflation

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 23:25
After coasting higher over the summer, markets are jittery over rising prices, growth snarls and a number of other threats.

Blackstone in London Sets Vaccine Rule to Work in Office

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 23:02
Starting next week, the American private equity firm will take a more forceful approach to vaccines than many other firms in Britain.

Social Security Cost of Living Increase Will be 5.9% in 2022

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 22:49
The increase, a cost-of-living adjustment that applies to about 70 million Americans, comes as consumer prices have jumped sharply.

Biden to Announce Expansion of Port of Los Angeles's Hours

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 22:04
The expansion of the Port of Los Angeles’s hours comes as the administration has struggled to untangle kinks in global supply chains and curb the resulting inflation.

Britain Needs Truckers Fast. We Went to a School Where They Train.

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 21:00
Britain has experienced shortages of gasoline and some foods because of too few drivers. At a military barracks in South London, trainees are learning how to maneuver trucks through streets and highways.

Antiquities Dealer Admits Mass-Producing Fakes He Sold for Years

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 20:56
The owner of a longtime Manhattan gallery said in court that while some customers thought they were buying ancient items, they were actually modern knockoffs, just made to look old.

E.S.G. Funds Could Be a Default Option for Retirement Plans, Labor Dept. Says

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 20:45
Retirement plan administrators must act solely in the interest of the plan’s participants. Investments that focus on environmental, social and governance have been permitted, but only if they are expected to perform at least as well as alternatives that take similar levels of risk.

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