Thursday, August 06, 2020 8:43 AM ET

New York Times - Business

Weekly Jobless Claims Decline, But Top One Million for 20th Week: Live Updates

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Liability Shield Is a Stumbling Block as Lawmakers Debate Relief

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Japan's Locked Borders Shake the Trust of Its Foreign Workers

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'It's Time for a Change': Workers Idled by the Virus Try New Careers

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With TikTok Mired in Uncertainty, Facebook Pounces With Instagram Reels

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Is TikTok a Good Buy? It Depends on What's Included

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Businesses Thought They Were Covered for the Pandemic. Insurers Say No.

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German Banks Push Back as American Investors Seek More Influence

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Interest Rates Are Low, but Loans Are Harder to Get. Here's Why.

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Good Reads From the Business Desk

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Corporate Insiders Pocket $1 Billion in Rush for Coronavirus Vaccine

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Hearst Employees Say Magazine Boss Led Toxic Culture

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Robinhood Has Lured Young Traders, Sometimes With Devastating Results

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Airbnb Was Like a Family, Until the Layoffs Started

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The Great Au Pair Rush

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Lawmakers Aim to Prevent Trump From Bypassing Ban on Armed Drone Sales -- Senators from both parties say President Trump cannot be allowed to help drone technology proliferate, and they want it to be kept away from Saudi Arabia in particular. -- Edward Wong

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China's Offer to Help With Virus Testing Spooks Hong Kong -- Infections have surged in the city, and its labs have been going at full speed. But wariness of the Chinese Communist Party runs deep. -- Sui-Lee Wee -- Tiffany May

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'Motorcycle of Tomorrow' Is Heavy on Flair and Light on the Environment -- Pineapple "leather," flax seed instead of plastic: Tarform, based in Brooklyn, aims to set a standard with its retro-futuristic cafe racer. -- Susan Carpenter

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'It's Kitchen Sink Time': Fast, Less-Accurate Coronavirus Tests May Be Good Enough -- Experts are revising their views on the best methods to detect infections, setting aside long-held standards so that the spread of the virus can be more quickly tracked and contained. -- Katherine J. Wu

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The Teenage Tinkerer Behind an E-Bike Revolution -- Michael Radenbaugh dreamed up Rad Power Bikes over a decade ago in his family's garage and now sets the pace for affordable battery-propelled bicycles. -- Bradley Berman

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White House and Congress Remain Far From Any Stimulus Deal -- White House officials and Democratic leaders continued to dig in on crucial points of any potential deal, jeopardizing additional relief for small businesses and laid-off workers. -- Emily Cochrane -- Jim Tankersley

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Facebook Removes Trump Campaign's Misleading Coronavirus Video -- It was the first time Facebook took down a post by Mr. Trump's campaign for spreading virus misinformation, but it did not signal a change to the company's defense of free expression. -- Cecilia Kang -- Sheera Frenkel

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Doris Buffett, the Family's 'Retail Philanthropist,' Dies at 92 -- Her younger brother, Warren, entrusted her with vetting requests after he announced his intention to donate nearly his entire fortune. "Warren loves to make money and I love to give it away," she said. -- Sam Roberts

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Major U.S. Health Insurers Report Big Profits, Benefiting From the Pandemic -- Consumers are probably entitled to millions of dollars in rebates under Obamacare rules that cap companies' profits. -- Reed Abelson

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Facebook Must Better Police Online Hate, State Attorneys General Say -- The call from 20 state officials adds to the rising pressure facing Mark Zuckerberg and his company. -- Davey Alba

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