DealBook

DealBook

@dealbook

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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.

New York, NY
Joined on October 24, 2008

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38 minutes ago

Our @Sapna writes that AT&T, one of the biggest advertisers in the U.S., had balked at YouTube because offensive content too often accompanied its ads. Now it says YouTube has addressed the issue.

Just in time for tax season, business owners can now file their returns knowing whether they qualify for a new 20 percent deduction the Trump administration has just approved.

Excavating a family's history isn't always pretty. But business owners are doing it to help guide family enterprises -- or show their children how hard they worked to get where they are.

Another leap forward for wearable tech: a wireless, battery-free sweat monitor could screen for cystic fibrosis and help athletes improve their performances

Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more people rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the government shutdown drags on

Our columnist writes that a new group of wealthy entrepreneurs and family business executives are using the past as action plans to guide change in themselves or their family. Wealth management firms are in on the action, with historians on staff.

Generationally wealthy families have long participated in documenting family histories, but a new group of wealthy entrepreneurs and family business executives are using the past as action plans to guide change in themselves or their family

DealBook
10 hours ago

The government wanted to prevent Medicare patients from returning to hospitals over and over. But under a new policy, death rates for certain conditions have risen, some experts say.

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12 hours ago

California became one of the latest states to bar using a person's gender to set prices for car insurance

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13 hours ago

The new regulations “ensure that auto insurance rates are based on factors within a driver’s control, rather than personal characteristics over which drivers have no control,” California's outgoing insurance commissioner said

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14 hours ago

Step aside, Apple Watch; a paper in Science describes a new, wearable sweat sensor that could screen for cystic fibrosis and help athletes improve their performances

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16 hours ago
Ford and Volkswagen announced a plan to cooperate on pickup trucks and delivery vans. The deal falls short of the detailed restructuring plan from Ford that investors have been waiting to see for more than a year. https://nyti.ms/2DbI8gD 

Ford and Volkswagen announced a plan to cooperate on pickup trucks and delivery vans. The deal falls short of the detailed restructuring plan from Ford that investors have been waiting to see for more than a year. https://nyti.ms/2DbI8gD 

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17 hours ago

A poll conducted this month for The New York Times by SurveyMonkey found that Americans remained relatively upbeat about their personal finances, particularly Democrats and independents

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18 hours ago

TrueCar argues that consumers do not take the claim literally because they know dealerships make a profit. It adds that there was a disclaimer that said the quoted invoice price on its site did not include discounts to the dealer.

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20 hours ago

An advisory panel tied -- by a vote of 8-8 -- on whether the Food and Drug Administration should approve a new drug, Zynquista, which would be the first pill to treat people with Type 1 diabetes.

DealBook
21 hours ago

PG&E promises that its customers’ lights will stay on if it files for bankruptcy this month, but companies that supply it with electricity might have more to worry about.

PG& says its customers’ lights will stay on if it files for bankruptcy this month. But companies that supply the California utility’s electricity, especially those whose power comes from renewable resources, may have more to worry about.

“We go at least three generations back, to the great-grandparents’ generation, so there are at least 16 different stories,” said Andy Anderson, founder and chief historian of the Wells Fargo family and business history center

The Forward goes digital only and cuts its staff by 30 percent, including its editor in chief @Jane_Eisner.

PG& says its customers’ lights will stay on if it files for bankruptcy this month. But companies that supply the California utility’s electricity, especially those whose power comes from renewable resources, may have more to worry about.

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