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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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Joined on October 24, 2008
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Climate concerns push BP and other firms to seek new roles as pollution fighters. https://t.co/k5CFIWtEh0

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The American Rescue Plan would put pump $1.9 trillion into the economy. Our personal finance experts combed through the bill to explain what it means in real terms to real people. Here are some of the questions they answer: https://t.co/v4C10HDC35

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E-commerce saved many retail companies over the past year, as online shopping provided a lifeline after stores were shut, city centers went vacant and customers stayed home. https://t.co/mjweDF2niA

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Over the past year, the pandemic has disrupted international trade to an extraordinary degree, driving up the cost of shipping goods and adding a fresh challenge to the global economic recovery. https://t.co/d2EKP9PSUF

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The S&P 500 was slightly higher in early trading Monday. Yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury notes rose as high as 1.60%, the highest level in over a year. https://t.co/GdwlXUQuOY

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As Georgia Republicans push through measures that critics say will restrict Black citizens’ voting rights, opponents of the effort are calling on big companies based in the state to step up their defense of civil liberties. https://t.co/fvDC3yGZaq

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In today's DealBook newsletter: @laurenshirsch on the "super tough week" for the SPAC mogul Chamath Palihapitiya and on calls for business giants to step up in a Georgia voting rights battle, the big numbers behind the Meghan and Harry interview and more https://t.co/0urgYV21sR

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The tax penalty for missing a withdrawal from retirement accounts are steep: It is half of the amount that should have been withdrawn, although the I.R.S. will drop the penalty if you have a reasonable explanation. https://t.co/4mQzbgsm8N

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.@sullivanpaul writes that sometimes, donations that help women and girls don’t initially appear to do so. https://t.co/C9QnRPtlp3

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A professor and a comedian walk into Stanford's business school ... https://t.co/EtfQINMJLi

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Our columnist would say the stock market is high but still in some ways more attractive than the bond market. For those overexposed to equity risk, selling some stocks now in favor of bonds might be worthwhile. https://t.co/JdGzVjuOBB

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Because charities use their money to help many interests, it can be hard to find which ones accomplish what you want. So, @sullivanpaul spoke with donors, advisers and organizations about the factors that go into deciding which groups to support. https://t.co/054P46FEe1

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An accountant moonlighting as an activist, Tim Ryan, the senior partner at PwC, has spent the past five years trying to make his company a model inclusive workplace, @dgelles writes. https://t.co/7MOSlMIZkX

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Stopping work at PwC for a day to hold a companywide conversation about race, other executives thought he was crazy. One C.E.O. colorfully and profanely told him the idea would blow up in his face. “He felt it was way too risky to have that conversation.” https://t.co/h36fcTisvG

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Retirement savers need to pay close attention to their income tax filings this year, if you get things right, you can avoid paying unnecessary taxes on withdrawals. https://t.co/xYaeCcMhU1

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China promised economic growth of “over 6 percent,” a relatively modest target by the standards of its pre-pandemic expansion but a big turnabout from last year and a signal of its commitment to keeping the world’s second-largest economy humming. https://t.co/rdfhSwIMGD

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In normal times, the total employment gains reported Friday would be a blockbuster number. But continuing to add jobs at that pace would still mean a two-year grind back to pre-pandemic employment levels. https://t.co/l2CqQNeMFF

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Stocks are very expensive, but so are bonds. Even at current prices, the Nobel laureate Robert Shiller says, it is reasonable to keep some wealth in stocks. https://t.co/kRL2jHtr5T

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.@katekelly writes that an unusually large number of executives are leaving a firm long defined by its tight-knit partnership culture https://t.co/mNGoro03E5

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