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UAW once again expands its historic strike, hitting two of the Big 3 automakers
09/29/2023 2:58 PM
The United Auto Workers will expand its strike against Ford and GM, but not Stellantis after the company formerly known as Chrysler made last-minute concessions.
The strike against automakers by members of the UAW hits the 2 week mark
09/29/2023 12:05 PM
History casts a long shadow over workers on strike at the UAW. For a third-generation autoworker, the unions demands from automakers feels personal.
Morning news brief
09/29/2023 9:13 AM
Deadline for a government shutdown looms. Health care workers at Kaiser Permanente near a nationwide walkout. The parents of the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX face their own legal troubles.
Why September, on average, is the worst month for the stock market
09/29/2023 9:13 AM
Going back more than a century, the month of September has been ? on average ? the worst month for the stock market. And September 2023 appears to be no exception. But why?
Some 75,000 health care workers at Kaiser Permanente near a nationwide walkout
09/29/2023 9:13 AM
There's one more round of in-person bargaining on Friday ? the last chance to avoid a strike before the contract expires Saturday. Workers are represented by 12 local unions, from coast to coast.
Parents of the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX face their own legal troubles
09/29/2023 9:13 AM
Sam Bankman-Fried, ex-head of FTX goes on trial next week accused of orchestrating one of the largest financial frauds in history. Bankman-Fried's parents are now facing legal problems of their own.
Overworked and understaffed: Kaiser workers are on the brink of a nationwide strike
09/29/2023 9:00 AM
More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente health care workers at hundreds of U.S. facilities could go on strike for three days starting Wednesday, in the largest health care strike in the county's history.
The journey of 'seemingly ranch,' from meme to top of the Empire State Building
09/28/2023 6:15 PM
Heinz and Primal Kitchen are selling limited-edition bottles of "Seemingly Ranch" dressing. The Empire State Building lit up in red and white. It all started, as so many trends do, with Taylor Swift.
Exposing the secretive company at the forefront of facial recognition technology
09/28/2023 5:29 PM
NYT reporter Kashmir Hill says Clearview AI has a database of billions of photos scraped from the internet, which it sells to governments and police departments. Her book is Your Face Belongs To Us.
Major retailers blame theft for their decision to close locations
09/28/2023 9:15 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Khris Hamlin, vice president of asset protection for the Retail Industry Leaders Association, about retailers reasons for decisions to close locations.
Examining what it's like for some of the sellers who market their goods on Amazon
09/28/2023 9:15 AM
The federal government sued Amazon this week saying it's abusing its monopoly power. One key allegation is Amazon puts the squeeze on sellers.
Kia and Hyundai recall more than 3 million vehicles due to the risk of fire
09/27/2023 7:58 PM
More than 1.6 million Hyundais and 1.7 million Kias are at risk of engine compartment fires. Owners of the affected vehicles are urged to park them outside and away from homes and buildings.
The U.S. government files an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon
09/27/2023 9:14 AM
In a monopoly lawsuit, the Federal Trade Commission and 17 states accuse Amazon of suffocating rivals and raising costs for both sellers and shoppers.
Is retail theft getting worse?
09/26/2023 8:42 PM
Retailers are blaming thieves for falling profits. It's the biggest part of a problem called "shrink."
Economists wonder what impact a government shutdown would have on the economy
09/25/2023 9:08 AM
Without a deal on Capitol Hill, current spending laws expire on Sept. 30. Ahead of a potential government shutdown, Wall Street is gaming out what it could mean for the U.S. economy.

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