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New York Times - Business

Defying Trump, Twitter Doubles Down on Labeling Tweets

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The TV Commercial, Once Advertising's Main Event, Suffers in the Pandemic

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A.C.L.U. Accuses Clearview AI of Privacy 'Nightmare Scenario'

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'Still Catching Up': Jobless Numbers May Not Tell Full Story

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How Automated Background Checks Freeze Out Renters

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U.S. Jobless Claims Pass 40 Million: Live Business Updates

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'Just Sitting in Limbo.' For Many Professionals, Careers Are on Hold.

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Should We Fear Post-Pandemic Inflation?

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Twitter Comes Under Attack From Trump's Supporters

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Good Reads From the Business Desk

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How the Virus Transformed the Way Americans Spend Their Money

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The Grapelord of Napa Faces a Threat Worse Than Plague

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How Bad Is Unemployment? 'Literally Off the Charts'

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Reopening Has Begun. No One Is Sure What Happens Next.

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A Drug Company Wagers the U.S. Won't Dare Charge It With Crimes

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Bank Regulator's Battle With Anti-Redlining Law Comes to an End - Joseph Otting, the top overseer of the country's largest banks, drew from his own experiences as a banker to rewrite rules for the Community Reinvestment Act. Not everyone is on board. By - Emily Flitter - and - Jeanna Smialek

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Practicing Architecture in a Pandemic -- A year after opening the Shed, Elizabeth Diller is trying to adjust to a world in which she and colleagues can no longer kick around ideas in person. -- Robin Pogrebin

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William J. Small, Key Official During CBS News's Heyday, Dies at 93 -- As the network's Washington bureau chief, Mr. Small built a journalistic all-star team that included Dan Rather, Lesley Stahl and many others. -- Richard Sandomir

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Legal Shield for Social Media Is Targeted by Trump -- Section 230, from a 1996 federal law, was meant to protect young internet companies from liability. Lawmakers have threatened to change it. -- Daisuke Wakabayashi

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Coronavirus Continues to Disrupt Prescription Drug Supplies -- Patients who rely on chloroquine and other medications fear they won't be able to get needed refills because of high demand. -- Anahad O'Connor

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Simon & Schuster Names Jonathan Karp C.E.O. -- Previously the president of the company's adult publishing division, he succeeds Carolyn Reidy, who died earlier this month. -- Elizabeth A. Harris

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News analysis - As the U.S. Lashes Out at China, Beijing Hardens Its Resolve - From China's perspective, the punitive measures on trade, technology and Hong Kong have simply revealed the core of American hostility. By - Keith Bradsher - and - Steven Lee Myers

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DealBook Newsletter - Trump and Biden Will Fight the Election With Charts - In the campaign, selective quoting of statistics will paint sharply different — but equally valid — pictures of economic health during the pandemic.

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Will the U.S. Soon Treat Hong Kong Like China? Much Is at Stake. -- Washington has long given the former British colony a special status on trade and other issues. Changing that would threaten its position as a global business hub. -- Alexandra Stevenson

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Coronavirus Live Updates: With Relief Measures Set to Phase Out, Some Face Economic Ruin - Masks become a flash point for businesses, with many requiring them — and a few banning them. Cases are still rising in Wisconsin, where a court overturned the governor's stay-at-home order. About 1 in 4 American workers have filed for unemployment since March.

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