New York Times Business News – July 5
Tue Jul 05 2016
Jim Andrews (452 articles)

New York Times Business News – July 5

July 5 : The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. We have not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

– YouNow, a live-streaming app that allows users to perform and interact with fans, has helped singers like Hailey Knox break into the industry.

– As officials struggle to balance the city budget of San Francisco, activists and some lawmakers want the sector to help pay for programs for the homeless and for affordable housing.

– A California initiative meant to lower skyrocketing prescription drug prices faces opposition from not only drug makers but also some patient advocacy groups. (

– A British mutual fund with large investments in London commercial real estate said on Monday that it had suspended requests from investors wanting to exit the $ 3 billion fund. The decree from Standard Life Investments, the asset management unit of the large British insurance company, was a response to panicked investors looking to pull their assets following the vote by Britons last month to sever ties with the European Union. (

Jim Andrews

Jim Andrews

Jim Andrews is Desk Correspondent for Global Stock, Currencies, Commodities & Bonds Market . He has been reporting about Global Markets for last 5+ years. He is based in New York


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