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Sep 15, 2019

State Dept. approves Poland's $6.5 billion F-35 fighter jet order
The deal for 32 aircraft is part of an expanded military partnership between countries.

Washington Post Business
Sep 15, 2019

How Ultra-Orthodox Perks Set Israel Election Agenda
The hefty benefits that ultra-Orthodox Jewish parties have wrested from Israeli governments for decades have been a source of resentment for many in the country. But it took an on-again, off-again all...

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Sep 15, 2019

Mike Pompeo Just Ended Any Hopes for Iranian Oil
The chances of the U.S. easing sanctions fell to zero after the secretary of state blamed Tehran for the attack on Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq facility.

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Sep 15, 2019

For NASA contractors, lunar landing failures by Israel and India hit close to home
The team was gathered in a conference room last week, about 35 in all, ready to celebrate India's triumph: the country's first lunar landing. Like many watching the live-stream broadcast from the cont...

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Sep 15, 2019

Why China's Starting to Shake Up Its Interest Rates
The People's Bank of China is liberalizing its interest-rate system in another milestone in the landmark reforms started four decades ago to boost the role of markets in the economy. The overhaul might also help lower the cost of borrowing for companies and households in the short term, as the economy grapples with its own downward forces and the U.S.-China trade war.

Washington Post Business
Sep 14, 2019

What's Worse Than Corrupt Billionaires? Socialism
Investors have long been wary of South Korea's family-run conglomerates. Now the government's leftist turn is adding a fresh concern.

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Sep 14, 2019

Saudi Arabia Drone Attack Is a Strike at Oil's Future
An unprecedented assault promises major disruption and sets the stage for a new and dangerous period for world oil markets.

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Sep 14, 2019

N.Y. attorney general exposes $1 billion in wire transfers by Sackler family
The family, which owns opioid giant Purdue Pharma, is defending the offshore transfers, calling them "perfectly legal and appropriate in every respect."

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Sep 14, 2019

Group of top CEOs says maximizing shareholder profits no longer can be the primary goal of corporations
The new statement, released Monday by the Business Roundtable -- whose members are CEOs of America's largest companies -- suggests balancing the needs of a company's various constituencies and comes at a time of widening income inequality, rising expectations for corporate behavior and proposals from Democratic lawmakers that aim to restructure American capitalism.

Washington Post Business
Sep 14, 2019

What do your parents owe you when they die?
The way a will is handled can permanently change a family

Washington Post Business
Sep 14, 2019

What to watch for now that CEOs have rewritten the purpose of the corporation
The Business Roundtable has abandoned shareholder primacy and embraced stakeholder capitalism.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Trump demanding low or zero rates. But there is a real downside.
Low interest rates hurt people who depend on investments, especially retirees with modest incomes.

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Sep 13, 2019

Work Advice: Some anxious calls from the public are cause for concern
It might be time to invest in a security assessment of how your organization is handling public contacts.

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Sep 13, 2019

Google and Facebook's latest efforts to ‘save' journalism are already getting eye rolls
Google and Facebook are racing to elevate quality journalism in the lead-up to the 2020 elections, but some fear the changes could have unintended consequences for news media.

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Sep 13, 2019

HUD Secretary Ben Carson, other top Trump officials to visit California as White House ramps up homeless push
The trip brings into sharp focus the Trump administration's tightly held effort to spotlight and intervene in California's growing homeless population.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Some anxious calls from the public are cause for concern
It might be time to invest in a security assessment of how your organization is handling public contacts.

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Sep 13, 2019

Stocks rise for week on easing of U.S.-China trade tensions, erasing August losses
It's a stock market that won't stop. The last few months have been packed with bad news: trade war salvos, U.S. threats against Mexico, a currency scare, a looming warning called "yield curve inversio...

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Sep 13, 2019

House lawmakers ask four tech giants to turn over trove of sensitive records in antitrust probe
The documents could shed light on whether the companies' dominance of search, advertising, e-commerce and other digital markets is rooted in anti-competitive practices.

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Sep 13, 2019

China calls off rise in tariffs on U.S. soybeans and pork as trade overtures resume
The move is seen as a conciliatory gesture toward the United States days after President Trump delayed tariff increases of his own.

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Sep 13, 2019

Consumer agency elects new chairman with a surprise choice
The current chairwoman, who is leaving at the end of October, said she felt it was important for the next acting agency head to "be the most experienced, most senior commissioner who has previously served in this role."

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Cheese. Cosmetics. Cat Treats. Are those monthly subscription boxes actually saving you money?
The appeal of monthly subscription boxes is often convenience. Just make sure the service is truly saving you time and money.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

HUD Secretary Ben Carson and top Trump officials to visit California as White House ramps up homeless push
The trip brings into sharp focus the Trump administration's tightly held effort to spotlight and intervene in California's growing homeless population.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

J.J. Abrams's Bad Robot Better Be Good at AT&T
AT&T's exorbitant deal with the prolific Hollywood director's company looks like a rookie move.

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Sep 13, 2019

WeWork Isn't Solving Its Biggest Problem
Governance changes may help win backing for its IPO, but won't change a fundamentally flawed business model.

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Sep 13, 2019

Meet the queer, nonbinary, pansexual characters of ‘Borderlands 3'
The original looter shooter aims to deliver on the promise of a diverse cast.

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Sep 13, 2019

NASA contractors share the grief of Israeli and Indian lunar failures
The team was gathered in a conference room last week, about 35 in all, ready to celebrate India's triumph: the country's first lunar landing. Like many watching the live stream broadcast from the cont...

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Sep 13, 2019

An Obama-era rule to collect worker pay data is headed for the chopping block
A controversial collection of pay data by employers -- supported by equal pay activists but opposed by many employers -- could soon be curtailed.

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Sep 13, 2019

Can London's Great Wall Against Hong Kong Hold?
Hong Kong Stock Exchanges & Clearing's tilt at London Stock Exchange isn't over yet. It could keep up the pressure by offering more money.

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Sep 13, 2019

WeWork, Even in Compromise Mode, Is Still WeWork
Governance changes may help win backing for its IPO, but won't change a fundamentally flawed business model.

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Sep 13, 2019

This water bottle knows how much you've had to drink — and it tells your phone
Reston-based LifeFuels makes flavors and nutrients part of a high-tech hydration system.

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Sep 13, 2019

What California should do next to help Uber drivers
The state can step in where the National Labor Relations Board has declined to go.

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Sep 13, 2019

You've stopped working. Now go out and make money.
It's a good idea to follow your passion. Just make sure it's bankable.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Why Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe Remains Mired in Misery
This was supposed to be Zimbabwe's chance at a fresh start. Strongman Robert Mugabe, who died on Sept. 6 at the age of 95, was forced from office in late 2017 after a 37-year rule that left the economy in ruins. His ouster sparked celebrations in the streets and hopes of a recovery for the resource-rich nation. But his successor as president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has failed to deliver on his promises of a revival. The southern African nation suffers from spiraling inflation and chronic shortages

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Sep 13, 2019

Amazon starts crowdsourcing Alexa responses from the public. What could possibly go wrong?
"Alexa, are you trolling me?" Amazon opens its Alexa Answers project to the public and gambles on the goodwill of the Internet.

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Sep 13, 2019

Aston Martin Is Shopping for Expensive Junk
The struggling luxury carmaker needs to strengthen its finances, but a new high-yield debt sale would get it only part of the way there.

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Sep 13, 2019

Apple Has the Cash, But Does It Need a Hollywood Studio?
It all depends on whether CEO Tim Cook sees Apple TV as a bona fide competitor to Netflix or a loss leader meant to help drive hardware sales.

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Sep 13, 2019

Cities, not rural areas, are the real Internet deserts
The "digital divide" is back in the news, with both Democratic presidential candidates and incumbent government officials promising billions to provide high-speed Internet to millions of Americans in rural areas who don't currently have access to it at home. The digital divide, however, is not a rural problem.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Despite recent efforts, many obstacles to fixing the affordable housing problem
Little political support exists for taxation needed to effectively address and solve the issue.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Draghi Kicks Banks Where It Really Hurts
A longer spell of negative rates will be painful for lenders. But it's no excuse to postpone more cost cuts.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

How Brexit Could Unleash a U.K. Constitutional Crisis
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who took office in July, unleashed a storm of controversy in Britain with his move to suspend Parliament. He argued that the mid-September recess -- weeks earlier than is customary -- was a routine step bringing one legislative session to a close and allowing a new one to take up his policy agenda in October. But it also meant that Parliament would be sidelined as Britain approached a deadline that could see it exit the European Union without a negotiated trans

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

House lawmakers ask Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google to turn over trove of records in antitrust probe
The requests ask each of the tech giants to provide detailed information about their internal operations, including copies of key communications between top-level executives and records related to "any prior investigation" they have faced on competition grounds.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

The Debt-Laden LBO that Wants to Be a Hot Tech IPO
TeamViewer's private equity owner looks to be the only sure winner from its IPO.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

The Technology 202: Venture capitalists aren't laughing about Andrew Yang's 'freedom dividend' proposal
They applauded his idea to give $1,000 a month to 10 families.

Washington Post Business
Sep 13, 2019

Vaping Was Called Safer Than Smoking. What Happened?
The growing use of battery-powered e-cigarettes -- the activity known as vaping -- has provoked one of the most robust debates among public-health specialists in years. The debate has intensified as some users of vaping devices, which have been thought of as safer than lit cigarettes, have come down with mysterious and serious respiratory ailments.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

We Know Far Too Little About Vaping Risks
A rash of vaping-related illnesses underscores the need for aggressive FDA regulation and oversight, with or without a ban on flavored e-cigarettes.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Retire early or keep on working? How to prepare for either choice.
There's no one rule of thumb for everyone

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Going Subprime Isn't the Answer for India's Big Banks
India's large lenders are taking a risk by going after weaker borrowers outside big cities.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

GE's Recovery Remains on the Slow Track
This week brought signs of incremental progress, but big questions remain about its cash-flow prospects.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Draghi Throws Everything But the Kitchen Sink at Europe's Problems
The soon-to-depart ECB president has delivered another monetary master class, providing a jolt of stimulus but leaving wriggle room for his successor.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Apple makes changes to kids app guidelines after criticism from developers
Apple modified privacy rules that developers of apps for children said would hurt their ability to make money and improve their products.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Ben Carson cleared by HUD inspector general of misconduct in ordering $31,000 dining room set for office suite
The year-long investigation found no evidence that Carson or his wife exerted improper influence over a controversial $31,561 order to replace office dining room furniture.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

On student loan debt, a simple question: Whose fault is it?
Some fault the federal government for making education loans too easy to obtain. Others criticize colleges for letting costs get out of control.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Shalt thou eat an Impossible Burger? Religious doctrine scrambles to catch up to new food technology.
Leviticus 11 contains a zoo's worth of animals. The hyrax and monitor lizard. The katydid is there, as is the gecko. And it ends: "You must distinguish between the unclean and the clean, between livi...

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

More states are banning questions about salary history in job interviews. What to say if you're asked about it anyway.
Employment lawyers, salary negotiation experts and employee rights advocates say the question is probably still getting asked — whether by naive or rogue hiring managers — and that violations of salary history questions posed behind closed doors could prove difficult to police.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

U.S. and China Are Growing Hungry for a Trade Deal
Beijing has a pork supply problem and the American farm belt is hurting. That's raising the chances of a truce.

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Sep 12, 2019

Watched by millions, ‘vape influencers' worry they will become collateral damage in Trump's new ban
On YouTube and elsewhere, an ecosystem of users says the government is overreacting, harming livelihoods and driving people back to tobacco cigarettes.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

The Technology 202: Democrats face litmus test on economic inequality with California gig economy bill
We're watching tonight's debate.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Who Wants to Pick Up a $50 Billion Beer Giant's Bar Tab?
The world's second biggest offering of 2019 will give AB InBev a currency to make acquisitions in the region.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Why Big Energy Opposes Trump Break on Methane Leaks
Natural gas is now the top fuel used to produce electricity in the U.S., having dethroned coal. It's cheap, and when burned cleanly it emits only half the carbon dioxide of coal. But there's a catch: If natural gas gets into the air without being burned, it releases methane, a potent greenhouse gas on its own. So the case for natural gas as a "green" fossil fuel rests on methane leaks being kept to a minimum. The Trump administration is about to make that harder.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Why Japan and South Korea Have Their Own Trade War
Japan's colonial rule over the Korean Peninsula ended more than seven decades ago, yet that legacy still roils everyday politics on both sides of the strait. South Korea and Japan, major trading partners and both U.S. military allies, have been at loggerheads over what constitutes proper contrition and compensation for two groups of Koreans: those conscripted to work in factories and mines that supplied Japan's imperial war machine, and those euphemistically called "comfort women" who were force

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

If You're Wondering How Hard a ‘Hard Brexit' Could Be
The British government has now acknowledged that the hardest form of Brexit, one with no deal in place at all, would create chaos for businesses, consumers and the U.K. economy. Without a formal withdrawal accord at the time of the divorce, the U.K. will lose frictionless, duty-free access to the EU, the world's largest trading bloc. The U.K.-EU trade relationship would immediately revert to commercial rules negotiated in 1995 by members of the World Trade Organization, meaning new tariffs on U.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Oracle Should Have Disclosed Hurd's Illness Sooner
Individual privacy sometimes has to take a back seat to good corporate governance.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Carrefour Bid for Casino Would Be a Big Roll of the Dice
Any interest from Carrefour in its French rival would face serious hurdles on price and politics. Asset sales or a Brazilian tie-up might be easier.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Apple's Arcade Seeks to Upend Another Business Model
The company wants people to pay $5 a month for video games they have been getting free, but without ads or in-app purchases.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

'See you at mom and dad's': Saying goodbye to my slice of New York City
The building is known as the St. Urban, and you can find it in architecture books described as a fine example of Beaux Arts design. Here is where the joys and dramas unfolded: the visits from grandparents; the bar mitzvahs; the opening of report cards; the naps; and the teenage fights.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Dunleigh is a Fairfax enclave that offers almost everything within walking distance
WHERE WE LIVE | Everybody's taking their dogs or their babies for a stroll in a neighborhood not far from the Beltway.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

From helicopter repairman to leader of the Internet's ‘darkest reaches': The life and times of 8chan owner Jim Watkins
How Jim Watkins took over one of the Web's most notorious hate sites.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

How Hong Kong's Sky-High Home Prices Feed the Unrest
Hong Kong's protests aren't just about freedom and democracy. Widening inequality has long contributed to tension in the city, and nothing exemplifies the divide between the haves and have-nots better than the sky-high cost of residential property. Developers, mostly owned by local billionaire families, wield great market power, controlling industries including utilities and mobile phone carriers. Improving housing affordability is seen by both the government and citizens as crucial to easing po

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

European Central Bank goes big on stimulus to fight weakness plaguing euro-zone economies
The package cuts the main deposit rate to a record low of -0.5 percent to shore up the region's economy.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

‘We blew it': Forbes named 99 men and only one woman on its list of ‘most innovative leaders'
A Twitterstorm erupted after the list, developed by business professors and published by Forbes, included only one woman. Forbes has created a task force in response.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

145 CEOs implore Senate to act on gun violence, saying doing nothing is ‘simply unacceptable'
In the latest attempt by corporate America to pressure Congress for action on the issue, the chief executives of Levi Strauss, Twitter, Reddit and others urged for the expansion of background checks to all gun sales and for stronger "red flag" laws.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

A new Monopoly game celebrates innovative women — and pays them more than men
Ms. Monopoly wears a blazer. She holds a coffee. She stands with her hand on her popped hip, and she's raking it in.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Can the spurned oil sector stage a comeback with investors?
ExxonMobil's fall from the S&P 500's top 10 companies reflects the industry's decline.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

California Senate passes ride-hail bill that has divided Democrats over the future of Uber and Lyft drivers
Former Obama officials have gone to work for Uber and Lyft. With a new ride-hail bill, they're pitted against presidential candidates and fresh faces in Congress.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Average FICO credit score hits new high — which is good news for borrowers and the economy
An uptick in such numbers could mean cheaper credit for a lot of consumers.

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Sep 12, 2019

Optimism about U.S.-China trade discussions sends mortgage rates higher
The 30-year fixed-rate average, which had fallen to a nearly three-year low last week, rebounded to 3.56 percent.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

State Department approves Poland's $6.5 billion F-35 fighter jet order
The order for 32 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters is part of an expanded military partnership between the United States and Poland.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

There seems to be no end to the rise in student loan debt
Borrowers speak out about struggling under the weight of student loans.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

These Dutch vloggers wanted to visit Area 51. They wound up in jail instead.
The two YouTube stars from the Netherlands were arrested for trespassing outside the government facility famed for conspiracies about aliens and UFOs.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Think your credit card is safe in your wallet? Think again.
There's a roaring trade in stolen credit cards on major platforms as well as the dark Web. If you've ever swiped a credit card at a gas station that has a hidden skimmer, you're at risk.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

The new ‘Joker' movie offers a provocative punch: A comic-book movie about a mass shooter
Nearly a month before release, Joker is becoming the most discussed -- and controversial -- movie of the fall after its Toronto International Film Festival premiere

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

How to protect yourself from credit card fraud
Paying inside at gas stations instead of at the pump is one way to reduce your risk.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

iPhone 11 first look: That's an awful lot of cash for a camera
You can spend almost half as much on a new iPhone if a three-lens "pro" camera isn't a priority. But what does a third lens buy you?

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

On student loan debt, a simple question with a complicated answer: Whose fault is it?
Some fault the federal government for making education loans too easy to obtain. Others criticize colleges for letting costs get out of control.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

More Americans go without health coverage despite strong economy, Census Bureau finds
Middle-class income rose above $63,000 for the first time last year as more Americans found jobs and saw pay increases.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Uber announces 435 layoffs on its product and engineering teams
The company said the changes amounted to roughly 8 percent of the product and engineering staffs.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Top Democrat attempts to block Trump from paying farm bailout money, setting up battle over trade war tactics
The Trump administration has asked Congress for help spending billions on farmers caught up in its China trade war, but Democrats are balking.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump delays increase in tariffs on Chinese goods by two weeks ‘as a gesture of good will'
The move comes after China said it would remove tariffs on some U.S. products

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump is demanding low or even zero interest rates. But there is a real downside.
Low interest rates hurt people who depend on investments, especially retirees with modest incomes.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump officials tour unused FAA facility in California in search for place to relocate homeless people
President Trump has directed aides to launch a major crackdown on homelessness in California, spurring an effort across multiple government agencies to determine how to deal with sprawling tent camps on the streets of Los Angeles and other cities, officials said.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump pushing for major crackdown on homeless camps in California, with aides discussing moving residents to government-backed facilities
Administration officials have discussed using the federal government to get homeless people off the streets of Los Angeles and other areas and into new government-backed facilities.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump says ‘Boneheads' at Fed should cut interest rates to zero — or even set negative rates
The tweetstorm comes on the heels of a disappointing jobs report and a week ahead of the Federal Reserve board's next meeting.

Washington Post Business
Sep 12, 2019

Trump's housing finance plan will make mortgages more expensive, especially for black borrowers, housing groups say
The Trump administration's plan to overhaul the housing finance system would make mortgages more expensive for minority borrowers and aspiring homeowners in the South, the Midwest and rural communities, according to fair housing and lending groups.

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

A Small Step for Sony, a Big Win for Japan
The view that the nation's boardrooms and C-suites are stubborn, conservative and slow-moving is becoming outdated.

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

Flaring, or Why So Much Gas Is Going Up in Flames
If you take a drive along the well-worn highways of West Texas, orange flames will punctuate your journey. Those are gas flares, and they're lighting up the skies above West Texas oilfields like never before as drillers produce crude faster than pipes can be laid to haul the attendant natural gas away. Oil drillers say flaring is the most environmentally friendly way to get rid of excess gas they can't sell. Environmentalists say that in many cases what flaring is friendly to is oil drillers' pr

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

China's Auto Stimulus Won't Delight Its Gridlocked Cities
Investor euphoria at Beijing's measures to revive car sales hasn't reckoned with local resistance.

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

How the lawsuits against student loan servicer Navient could affect you
California's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Navient and two of its subsidiaries, Pioneer and General Revenue Corp., alleging misconduct.

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

How to determine if co-living is the right rental option for you
Unlike a traditional roommate arrangement, co-living generally has individual leases instead of one master lease that covers all residents.

Washington Post Business
Aug 30, 2019

Infowars returned to YouTube. It lasted less than a day.
After YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki published a letter on "preserving openness," the Infowars War Room channel briefly relaunched on the video-sharing site. It didn't last long.

Washington Post Business
Aug 29, 2019

U.S. stocks jump as trade war rhetoric cools on both sides
The bounce comes just days after back-to-back retaliatory tariffs brought the U.S.-China conflict to a boiling point.

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