NYT Business's Twitter Profile Analysis @nytimesbusiness on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 14/01/2021 to 20/01/2021.

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Look who's receiving Paycheck Protection Program loans: Organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines. https://t.co/iE8Hq4Z3lA
20 Jan, 2021 - 12:29 AM UTC
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Small businesses and other groups can now apply for P.P.P. 2.0. But some lenders are getting a head start, and there are other changes you should know about. @StacyCowley explains. https://t.co/Y1Kbe2E1Ye
20 Jan, 2021 - 12:05 AM UTC
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Merchandise with phrases like “Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran” could still be purchased on major e-commerce sites, a sign of how the platforms have struggled to remove the goods. https://t.co/VcpcpE3XiE
19 Jan, 2021 - 11:34 PM UTC
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The Blackstone chief executive stuck with President Trump despite the occasional slight, and stopped short of criticizing Mr. Trump even after the Capitol attack. https://t.co/hZ6VnqyRSj
19 Jan, 2021 - 11:05 PM UTC
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For state and local governments, the pandemic has brought financial gloom. For developers and real estate investors, it spells opportunity. https://t.co/RNN1F5mEYm
19 Jan, 2021 - 10:33 PM UTC
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The $135 average price for a one-way ticket last summer included taxes and fees and is the lowest quarterly average airfare, before adjusting for inflation, since at least 2000, according to Cirium. https://t.co/eaNtzT3JLD
19 Jan, 2021 - 10:04 PM UTC
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The latest investment round values the company at more than $27 billion, and brings the total investment in the company to $8 billion since the beginning of 2019. https://t.co/C5Eo45YkSJ
19 Jan, 2021 - 09:36 PM UTC
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Crucially, the program will give the hardest-hit businesses a chance at a second loan. Here’s what you need to know. https://t.co/jV2pJBWTT8
19 Jan, 2021 - 09:05 PM UTC
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“It’s great that Shopify finally pulled the plug on Trump’s retail store, but what we urgently need is to see a strategy from it and other popular e-commerce platforms about how they will stop profiting from hate as a whole,” one nonprofit co-founder said. https://t.co/112YmkgGa2
19 Jan, 2021 - 08:33 PM UTC
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The Blackstone chief executive stuck with President Trump despite the occasional slight, and stopped short of criticizing Mr. Trump even after the Capitol attack. https://t.co/k9HQm3pPth
19 Jan, 2021 - 08:05 PM UTC
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The pandemic has damaged the economy and cost millions of people their livelihoods. Here are some policy areas that will demand Joe Biden’s attention, and determine the success of his presidency. https://t.co/AEsgrzxWJX https://t.co/VOxV1sMMkj
19 Jan, 2021 - 07:34 PM UTC
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Airfares fell to their lowest level in at least two decades, with the average price for a one-way domestic flight dropping to $135. https://t.co/6MeP8R9CMl
19 Jan, 2021 - 07:06 PM UTC
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"It’s hard to imagine any company matching Tesla’s rocket-like rise. But if any electric car start-up could aspire to be the 'next Tesla,' it would be Rivian." https://t.co/rpbbjNbj8I
19 Jan, 2021 - 06:34 PM UTC
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The Paycheck Protection Program is back. The new funding is available to both first-time applicants and returning borrowers. https://t.co/3IClzHo4uy
19 Jan, 2021 - 06:05 PM UTC
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On Friday, Amazon was carrying $20 “Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran” shirts with drawings of the Capitol building, Etsy was selling a “Biden Likes Minors” shirt that mimicked “Black Lives Matters” signage and Zazzle had a “Civil War 2020” shirt online. https://t.co/cdrpfOWWCR
19 Jan, 2021 - 05:35 PM UTC

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Sapna Maheshwari
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retailers are dropping MyPillow. its CEO, who has been promoting debunked conspiracy theories involving the election, says it's because of online pressure on his vendors. Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl's cited the brand's underperformance. https://t.co/JTzkrhOKcs
19 Jan, 2021 - 07:04 PM UTC
Kate Kelly
@katekelly
Steve Schwarzman has taken heat for his support of Trump. But one of @blackstone's LPs called his involvement an "epic positive" for the country in providing "adult supervision for a maniac." My piece https://t.co/JiPf3YHqxZ
19 Jan, 2021 - 05:51 PM UTC
Gregory Schmidt
@GregoryNYC
Costco, the warehouse retailer known for its bulk discounts, is selling a rare baseball with Babe Ruth's autograph. Why? “Sports memorabilia has been skyrocketing over the past year,” a retail analyst tells @gillianreporter. https://t.co/KQd996wReD @nytimesbusiness
19 Jan, 2021 - 05:04 PM UTC
Kate Kelly
@katekelly
Steve Schwarzman, one of President Trump's most loyal advisers, helped arrange a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Then he was turned away from it. My story on the ups and downs of the @blackstone CEO's unofficial White House role https://t.co/tCBR2INlv6
19 Jan, 2021 - 04:48 PM UTC
Jeanna Smialek
@jeannasmialek
Janet Yellen talks about cross-state-border minimum wage examinations. We did a story on one of those back in 2019! Come for the analysis, stay for 26 varieties of pie. https://t.co/SuG4itkgWh
19 Jan, 2021 - 04:44 PM UTC
Sapna Maheshwari
@sapna
e-commerce sites like Amazon, Etsy & Zazzle have been struggling with the same moderation issues plaguing social media giants — an issue highlighted this month as they sold "Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran," "MAGA Civil War" + QAnon shirts https://t.co/8znKsWUb3k w @TaylorLorenz
19 Jan, 2021 - 03:37 PM UTC
Gregory Schmidt
@GregoryNYC
The pandemic has brought financial gloom for state and local governments, spurring them to collaborate with private real estate developers to meet their growing infrastructure needs, writes @mirandareporter https://t.co/expee8qbvv @nytimesbusiness
19 Jan, 2021 - 02:58 PM UTC
Taylor Lorenz
@TaylorLorenz
Selling merch has become a major way hate groups and bad actors monetize and spread their message. "It’s not just kicking people off social media, it’s kicking people off merchandising platforms.” https://t.co/AATZes7diR
19 Jan, 2021 - 02:08 PM UTC
Taylor Lorenz
@TaylorLorenz
T shirts, hats, masks, & more items commemorating the Capitol riot and promoting dangerous conspiracy theories can be found on Amazon, Etsy, Shopify, Zazzle. Me and @sapna on how ecommerce platforms are struggling to moderate/allowing bad actors to profit https://t.co/AATZes7diR
19 Jan, 2021 - 02:02 PM UTC
Taylor Lorenz
@TaylorLorenz
“There’s so much focus on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, but, in our view, [ecommerce] platforms are much, much wider than social media,” said Danny Rogers, co-founder of the Global Disinformation Index https://t.co/AATZes7diR
19 Jan, 2021 - 01:56 PM UTC
Taylor Lorenz
@TaylorLorenz
“Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran” shirts could be purchased on Amazon, Etsy was selling a “Biden Likes Minors” shirt that mimicked the look of “Black Lives Matters” signs, Zazzle had “Civil War 2020” shirt for sale https://t.co/AATZes7diR
19 Jan, 2021 - 01:48 PM UTC
Gregory Schmidt
@GregoryNYC
Good morning! Janet Yellen will testify at her confirmation hearing for Treasury secretary, and Wall Street banks pare their rainy-day funds. More business news in our live briefing: https://t.co/U9sIGzFBvj @nytimesbusiness
19 Jan, 2021 - 01:37 PM UTC
Li Yuan
@LiYuan6
Guess who came to Trump's defense and argued for his first amendment rights: 1. Global Times, a popular tabloid controlled by the Communist Party. Below is what GT wrote in an editorial. From my column https://t.co/RETlJZck4C https://t.co/5UeHiNbJRE
15 Jan, 2021 - 03:53 PM UTC
Keith Bradsher
@KeithBradsher
China curbed the coronavirus through contact tracing and quarantines, invested heavily in infrastructure, built a lot of factories and watched its economy really boom by late last year. https://t.co/iNdUylneHQ
15 Jan, 2021 - 03:26 PM UTC
Keith Bradsher
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A truck driver in rural China who earns $2,300 a month and pays just $175 in rent for a 3-bedroom apartment. A factory worker whose pay includes a free apartment and free food. Here is China's post-pandemic boom. https://t.co/iNdUylneHQ
15 Jan, 2021 - 03:02 PM UTC