Sunday's economy & business stories


Cruise ship changes course to Bahamas after U.S. issues arrest warrant

Correction: We replaced a prior photo of another company's cruise ship. In this photo, file photo The cruise liner Crystal Symphony leaves the harbor in Charleston, S.C. on May, 21, 2013.
Correction: We replaced a prior photo of another company's cruise ship. In the above photo, the cruise liner Crystal Symphony leaves the harbor in Charleston, S.C. on May 21, 2013. Photo: Bruce Smith/AP Photo
Axios
Jan 23, 2022 - Politics & Policy

Sarah Palin defamation suit against New York Times takes trial Monday

Sarah Palin. Photo: Antranik Tavitian/The Arizona Republic via Reuters
Joann Muller
Updated Jan 23, 2022 - Technology

3D printing's next act: big metal objects

Chief Scientist Andy Bayramian makes modifications to the laser system on Seurat's 3D metal printer.
Chief Scientist Andy Bayramian makes modifications to the laser system on Seurat's 3D metal printer. Photo courtesy of Seurat Technologies.
Jennifer A. Kingson
Updated Jan 23, 2022 - Technology

Mayors see cryptocurrency as a way to address income inequality

Illustration of a torn hundred dollar bill revealing binary code beneath
Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

How the movie "Sideways" may have made pinot noir worse

Red wine being poured into a glass
Photo: Finn Winkler/picture alliance via Getty Images
Erica Pandey
Updated Jan 23, 2022 - Economy & Business

Student debt getting in the way of millennial homeownership

Illustration of a ball and chain crashing into the roof of a house.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios
Emily Peck
Updated Jan 22, 2022 - Economy & Business

Tax season nightmare ahead for understaffed IRS

 Illustration of a hand reaching out of a pile of paper tax forms.
Illustration: Shoshana Gordon/Axios

China builds its own movie empire

Why 401(k) rollovers are so annoying

Illustration of a $100 bill shaped into a reverse symbol.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios

Why you're seeing so much coverage of empty American grocery shelves

Partially stocked shelves at a grocery store
Photo: Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images

The hard math behind America's labor shortage