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Tesla, Profitable at Last, Bulls Its Way Into the S&P 500

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 01:56
The electric-car maker will be the biggest addition in the history of the benchmark index. Will that settle down its swings?

College Financial Aid Applications Drop in 2020

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 01:12
The pandemic has already led to one “lost class” of freshmen. The low rate of completing the financial aid form may signal another.

Bill Ford: ‘Our Family Name Is on the Line Every Day’

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 00:49
The chairman of Ford Motor and the great-grandson of Henry Ford is an elder statesman in an industry where C.E.O.s come and go.

Carrier Plant Is Bustling, but Workers Are Wary as Trump Exits

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 00:46
The president championed an Indiana factory facing a shutdown four years ago. Hundreds of jobs were kept, and overtime abounds. Can the revival last?

Sony Pulls Cyberpunk 2077 From PlayStation Store and Will Offer Refunds

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 00:29
Both Sony and Microsoft, the maker of Xbox, said they would also offer refunds to gamers while the developer of the much-hyped title works to fix bugs and glitches.

Ralph K. Winter Jr., a Top Conservative Judicial Mind, Dies at 85

Sat, 12/19/2020 - 00:29
As a scholar and a federal appellate judge, he changed the shape of laws on campaign finance and corporate governance.

Clueless About 2020, Wall Street Forecasters Are at It Again for 2021

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 23:35
Despite a horrendous record in forecasting, Wall Street is making bullish predictions for the stock market next year. Ignore them but invest anyway, our columnist says.

Film Academy Museum Delays Its Opening Again

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 23:30
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures pushed back its opening to Sept. 30, 2021, from April 30, citing the difficulty of forecasting when public life may begin to normalize.

What People With Allergies Should Know About Covid Vaccines

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 23:13
Four people so far have had allergic reactions after getting the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Experts say that shouldn’t deter most people from getting a jab.

Why Some States Are Seeing Higher Revenue Than Expected Amid Job Losses

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 22:00
As the pandemic batters the poor, the rich prop up state budgets.

How May We Serve You? For Restaurant Chains, It Depends on the Location

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 21:11
Large dine-in chains are finding it difficult to enact uniform approaches to the pandemic when dealing with different regulations across the country about how they can operate.

Stuck at Home, People Are Splurging on Wine and Spirits

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 19:30
Sales of wine, beer and spirits are up across the board, but “consumers are trading up and spending more,” one analyst said.

Coinbase's I.P.O. Has Big Potential, and Big Risks

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 17:46
The cryptocurrency giant’s initial public offering holds big potential — and significant risks.

How to reset the relationship between the U.S. and China

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 17:17
A group of experts gathered to debate the prospects for cooperation and competition between the world’s most powerful economies.

From Mod-Chic Chairs to Virus Barriers

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 15:30
What Plexi-Craft — an upscale furniture factory in the Bronx — has, the city wants: Acrylic resin skills.

For Those Behind Corporate Events, Parties Are on Pause

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 15:30
As companies cancel their year-end events, the 2020 holiday season has made a terrible year even worse for those in the events business.

Their Publishing Imprint Closed. Now They’re Bringing It Back.

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 15:30
In a literary landscape dominated by the biggest players, Cindy Spiegel and Julie Grau are among the executives rejecting the corporate publishing model and instead starting their own companies.

What’s It Like to Cruise in the Covid Era? To Find Out, I Went Aboard

Fri, 12/18/2020 - 15:30
A “cruise to nowhere” offered one correspondent a chance to understand an interesting trend, and to interview people in person.

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