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Sunday, September 14, 2014

New York Times Business

Strategies: Jeers and Cheers Over Tax Inversions

Yesterday
A basic question is lost in the hubbub of companies’ moves abroad: What to do when corporate tax revenue falls? by By JEFF SOMMER

Vocations: The Hospitality Manager: Cars to Park and Hills to Climb

Yesterday
A district manager for a valet parking service also participates in Paralympics events — and is in training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. by By PERRY GARFINKEL

Historysource: From White Knight to Thief

Yesterday
Wall Street crime, 1930s style: the astonishing downfall of the financier Richard Whitney, who helped shore up the market at the start of the ’29 crash. by By MICHAEL BESCHLOSS

Veiled Criticism for France as Ministers Stress Eurozone Stability

2 days ago
After France said it would miss its deficit target again, officials highlighted the sacrifices some nations had made to get their finances in order. by By JAMES KANTER

Off the Charts: Young Households Are Losing Ground in Income, Despite Education

2 days ago
The Fed’s 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances indicates that the median family headed by someone under 35 was paid less, in inflation-adjusted dollars, than a similar family in 1989. by By FLOYD NORRIS

Government Push for Yahoo’s User Data Set Stage for Broad Surveillance

2 days ago
Documents from the case paint a vivid portrait of the high-stakes battle that pitted Yahoo against some top officials in the Bush administration over what was legitimate gathering of foreign intelligence and what was illegal snooping. by By VINDU GOEL

New Sanctions to Stall Exxon’s Arctic Oil Plans

2 days ago
The United States government took aim at Exxon’s project in the Arctic Ocean, ordering American companies to cut off exports to Russian oil exploration within 14 days. by By STANLEY REED and CLIFFORD KRAUSS

Nevada Woos Tesla Plant in Tax Deal, but Economic Benefits Prompt Debate

2 days ago
A crucial issue is that whenever a state offers an incentive for a company to build a factory, the economic stimulus is rarely concentrated in the surrounding area. by By MATTHEW L. WALD

Business Briefing: Corvettes Recalled Over Air Bags and Parking Brakes

2 days ago
The automaker will fix driver’s side air bags in about 2,000 Corvettes because they could separate from their steering wheels. by By DANIELLE IVORY

Fed Rallies New Team to Forestall Next Crisis

2 days ago
A committee headed by Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer will oversee the work of the Office of Financial Stability Policy and Research and help the bank set the pace of its retreat from economic stimulus. by By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM

Adapting Listerine to a Global Market

2 days ago
Companies like Johnson & Johnson are increasingly aiming for local cultures, appetites and customs in overseas markets. by By RACHEL ABRAMS

Owner of Dozens of Newspapers Seeks Buyers

2 days ago
Digital First Media, a struggling collection of 76 daily newspapers and the nation’s second-largest newspaper company by circulation, has put itself up for sale. by By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY

After Breach, JPMorgan Still Seeks to Determine Extent of Attack

2 days ago
Over two months, hackers gained entry to dozens of the bank’s servers, said three people with knowledge of the bank’s investigation into the episode. by By NICOLE PERLROTH and MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

Disruptions: Can the Apple Watch Woo Traditional Watch Fans?

2 days ago
While the first wristwatches were developed in the 16th century, it took less than a day for the Apple Watch to become the only one people want to talk about. by By NICK BILTON

Off the Charts: Young Households Are Losing Ground in Income, Despite Eduation

2 days ago
The Fed’s 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances indicates that the median family headed by someone under 35 was paid less, in inflation-adjusted dollars, than a similar family in 1989. by By FLOYD NORRIS

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