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M.T.A. Postpones Fare Increase as It Tries to Lure Back Riders

The transit agency that runs New York City’s subway, buses and two commuter rails will hold off on a fare increase for the rest of…

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The S.B.A.’s Relief Effort For Restaurants Ends in Confusion

A $28.6 billion federal relief fund for restaurants and other food businesses closed on Wednesday after running out of money, having fulfilled fewer than a…

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The S.B.A.’s Relief Effort For Restaurants Ends in Confusion

A $28.6 billion federal relief fund for restaurants and other food businesses closed on Wednesday after running out of money, having fulfilled fewer than a…

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How Two Start-ups Made a Fortune in Fees on P.P.P. Loans

Also in late February, Blueacorn and Womply got an unexpected tailwind from a major rule change by the Small Business Administration, which oversaw the loan…

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Title IX Protections Extend to Transgender Students, Education Dept. Says

WASHINGTON — A year after the Supreme Court ruled that protections in the Civil Rights Act against discrimination in the workplace extended to gay and…

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U.S. and E.U. Agree to Suspend Feud Over Aid for Airbus and Boeing

BRUSSELS — President Biden on Tuesday announced the end of a bitter, 17-year dispute with the European Union over aircraft subsidies for Boeing and Airbus,…

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