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Treasury Puts Taiwan on Notice for Currency Practices

The Biden administration’s first currency report undid the Trump administration’s designations of Vietnam and Switzerland as currency manipulators, citing insufficient evidence. …

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Covid-19 Pushes India’s Middle Class Toward Poverty

The pandemic sent 32 million people in India from the middle class last year. Now a second wave is threatening the dreams of millions more looking for a better life. …

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Gustavo Dudamel, Superstar Conductor, Is to Lead Paris Opera

In a coup, the venerable company has hired as its next music director the rare classical artist to have crossed into pop-culture celebrity. …

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Unemployment Is High. Why Are Businesses Struggling to Hire?

Health concerns, expanded jobless benefits and still being needed at home are among the reasons would-be workers might be staying away. …

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What Will Happen to All the Empty Office Buildings and Hotels?

Commercial real estate has been hit hard by the pandemic, but there are plans to convert some of the now empty spaces into apartment buildings. …

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Signs of Economic Hope Are Growing, Some With Superlatives

Soaring retail sales and a sharp drop in jobless claims are the latest reflection of a quickening recovery and suggest a year of remarkable growth. …

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John Williamson, 83, Dies; Economist Defined the ‘Washington Consensus’

A careful pragmatist, he regretted the way his term, aimed at developing countries, was misinterpreted by free-market ideologues and anti-globalization activists. …

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CBS News names two to replace outgoing president.

Neeraj Khemlani, a Hearst executive, and Wendy McMahon, a former ABC executive, will serve as co-presidents of the vaunted news division. …

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U.S. trade representative uses her first speech to call for action on climate change.

Her speech was another example of how the Biden administration is seeking to address climate change across the vast machinery of the federal government. …

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Shares of TuSimple, a developer of autonomous trucks, fall sharply after I.P.O. before recovering.

Shares started trading on the Nasdaq under the symbol TSP at $40 each around noon, but fell as much as 19 percent. …

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Fyre Festival Ticket Holders Win $7,220 Each in Class-Action Settlement

Nearly four years after the infamous festival stranded thousands of attendees in the Bahamas, 277 ticket holders learned they will receive payouts, pending approval. …

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Vaccines Won’t Protect Millions of Patients With Crippled Immune Systems

Many cannot produce enough infection-fighting cells to fend off the coronavirus. But researchers are testing one therapy that may help: monoclonal antibodies. …

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China’s First Quarter Growth is Expected to Boom on Paper

The world’s traditional growth engine is expected to report a double digit first-quarter jump. But consumers and small business aren’t fully sharing in the spoils. …

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Biden Takes On Sagging Safety Net With Plan to Fix Long-Term Care

The proposal to spend $400 billion over eight years faces political challenges and a funding system not designed for the burden it has come to bear. …

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A New ‘Denim Cycle’? After a Decade, Jeans Move From Skinny to Loose

American shoppers are flocking to high-waisted, loosefitting jeans in droves and companies believe they may become a hallmark of the post-pandemic world. …

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A New York Intellectual Bastion Finds a New Home

The New York Institute for the Humanities, founded in 1977 as a venue for cross-disciplinary conversation, is moving to the New York Public Library. …

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Kevin Durant and Nas Stand to Win Big From Coinbase Debut

Investors who stand to collect big paper profits — if they held on to their shares — include the N.B.A. star Kevin Durant and the rapper Nas. …

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