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New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin and his colleagues help make sense of major business and policy news — and the power-brokers who shape them.
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DealBook 13h
The payload of Rocket Lab's mission, whimsically named “It’s Business Time,” offered a glimpse of the future of the space business
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Oil production cuts may be coming, SAP takes Qualtrics off the market, Hollywood’s malaise that money can’t cure, and more in today's DealBook Briefing
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The first commercial launch by Rocket Lab, just successfully completed, could mark the beginning of a new era in the space business, where countless small rockets pop off from spaceports around the world
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Facebook scrambles to defend itself, nobody is breathing easy over Brexit, business leaders lay out principles for better capitalism, and more in today's DealBook Briefing
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Britain’s currency and its government bonds have tended to react to political turmoil by moving in opposite directions. When both fall at the same time, it will be time to worry.
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American companies owe more money than ever, and the quality of their loans and bonds has deteriorated. Rising interest rates and slowing growth could make this a big problem.
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Inside Facebook’s struggle to deal with its scandals, Theresa May’s cabinet approved her Brexit plan (and now, a revolt?), how the U.S. is avoiding a global economic slowdown, and more in today's DealBook Briefing
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DealBook Nov 18
Walmart and Home Depot have joined other big U.S. companies in adopting tactics to limit the use of discount cards on certain medicines
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DealBook Nov 18
General Electric may be the canary in the credit market’s coal mine
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DealBook Nov 17
After facing the prospect of insolvency over liability for deadly wildfires, California’s largest utility won back some investor confidence as the state’s chief utility regulator offered a backstop for investors, our and @petereavis write.
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DealBook Nov 17
The Southern California blaze has affected hundreds of addiction rehab patients battling personal demons.Treatment centers are required to have emergency plans in place, but licensing groups require only a “bare minimum” of information about the plans.
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DealBook Nov 17
Disney World — and Disney’s global vacation empire — is about to get much, much bigger. Disney is spending billions to supercharge its theme park division, which has emerged as a surprisingly strong moneymaker, our writes.
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DealBook Nov 17
“The reality of running a company of more than 10,000 people is that you’re not going to know everything that’s going on,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive.
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DealBook Nov 17
Our reporters note that if PG&E or its equipment were cited as a cause of the Camp Fire, it would be the second time it was determined responsible for the worst wildfires in California history in two consecutive years.
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DealBook Nov 17
Uber is still working to stem its losses ahead of going public next year.
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DealBook Nov 17
Corporate governance remains a work in progress in China. For now, sustainable investment there is a luxury.
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DealBook Nov 17
Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.
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DealBook Nov 17
As the American economy continued to expand, the gains are uneven. The wealthy have prospered while median wages have only recently started to rise at a stronger pace. Our reporter notes that minority communities have seen the smallest gains.
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DealBook Nov 17
Three percent cash back? Really? Come on! has been waiting over 2 years for this card startup to pull the curtain back. Here's his review.
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DealBook Nov 17
Our writes that Zero Financial is offering eyebrow-raising promises of the financial services. After more than two delay-plagued years, it began serving its first customers from its 160,000 person waiting list on Friday.
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