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Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 2018

Xiaomi IPO Has China's Moms and Pops Paying Lei Jun
Kraninger is an unexpected choice for the position. She works closely with Mick Mulvaney at the OMB, but has never served as a banking regulator.

Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 2018

An early retirement is doable. Here's how.
Kraninger is an unexpected choice for the position. She works closely with Mick Mulvaney at the OMB, but has never served as a banking regulator.

Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 2018

How to improve your credit score
Kraninger is an unexpected choice for the position. She works closely with Mick Mulvaney at the OMB, but has never served as a banking regulator.

Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 2018

New Crypto Exchanges Don't Want (to Hold) Your Money: QuickTake
Kraninger is an unexpected choice for the position. She works closely with Mick Mulvaney at the OMB, but has never served as a banking regulator.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Major cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb halts trading after more than $31 million hack
The White House delivered on a threat to punish China for "very unfair" trade practices.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Can Trump Win a China Trade War? We May Soon Find Out: QuickTake
The White House delivered on a threat to punish China for "very unfair" trade practices.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Companies can escape Trump's steel tariffs. But it won't be easy.
The Commerce Department has allocated 30 people to review nearly 21,000 highly technical applications for relief from steel and aluminum import taxes.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

As Tesla races to meet production goals, pressures and suspicions grow
Layoffs of factory workers, the use of a giant tent and emails about sabotage suggest that the company may be facing more chaos at its production facility than suspected by drivers and investors.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

As Tesla races to meet Model 3 deadline, factory pressures and suspicions grow
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

GE's Dow Eviction Is a Form of Intervention
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

U.S. companies can escape Trump's steel tariffs. But it won't be easy.
The Commerce Department has just begun training 30 people to review nearly 21,000 highly technical applications for waivers from steel and aluminum import taxes.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T will suspend sales of customer location data
Sen. Ron Wyden's investigation found a prison phone company had used location data in a system that effectively let correctional officers spy on millions of Americans.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint suspend selling of customer location data after prison officials were caught misusing it
The decision comes after one senator's investigation into the mishandling of user data.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie warns that Facebook targeting threatens free speech
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

How ZTE Ended Up in Middle of U.S.-China Trade War: QuickTake
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

U.S. military budget inches closer to $1 trillion mark, as concerns over federal deficit grow
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T and Sprint suspend selling of customer location data after prison officials were caught misusing it
The decision comes after one senator's investigation into the mishandling of user data.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T and Sprint suspend selling customer location data after prison officials were caught misusing it
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

U. S. stocks slump in global sell-off after Trump threatens more tariffs on China
Trump's move would put nearly all of the $505 billion in products that the United States imports from China under tariffs.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Facebook Follows Users Into Every Nook With Ads
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Elon Musk
The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case bad logic=bad law

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Jay-Z has a new role at Puma, which could create new conflicts for Roc Nation
His creative role with the German-based sneaker company could pose potential conflicts of interest for Jay-Z's Roc Nation sports agency.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T suspend selling customer location data after prison officials were caught misusing it
The decision comes after one senator's investigation into the mishandling of user data.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Two charts demolish the notion that immigrants here illegally commit more crime
The #MAGA economic agenda just got a price tag. Trump says it's just a "little pain."

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Verizon, AT&T will suspend sales of customer location data, after a prison phone company was caught misusing it
How often do Amazon Echos misinterpret commands? Two senators want to know.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

With pump prices above three-year highs, OPEC and Russia look to boost oil production
The cartel's biggest producer and exporter, Saudi Arabia, is seeking to broker an agreement on production levels ahead of a meeting in Vienna.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Roche Does Pharma M&A Without the Pharma
How often do Amazon Echos misinterpret commands? Two senators want to know.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Economists say we're not in a full-blown trade war. Yet.
But Trump's threatened tariffs on more Chinese imports could change that.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

There are more guns than people in the United States, according to a new study of global firearm ownership
The report shows some improvements from last year, but for the first time the company revealed breakdowns by race and gender.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

OPEC Has a Second Shale Dilemma
The report shows some improvements from last year, but for the first time the company revealed breakdowns by race and gender.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

$21 Billion Shows Two Bond Markets Aren't Equal
The report shows some improvements from last year, but for the first time the company revealed breakdowns by race and gender.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

This start-up can make avocados last twice as long before going bad
The Apeel avocado is on sale at Costco. Lemons and asparagus could be next.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Start-up can double the shelf-life of avocados
The Apeel avocado now on sale at Midwest Costco stores is covered with an invisible, plant-based film. Lemons and asparagus could be next.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

The Finance 202: Economists say we're not in a full-blown trade war. Yet.
But Trump's threatened tariffs on more Chinese imports could change that.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Volkswagen Chokes on the Fumes of Past Mistakes
The report shows some improvements from last year, but for the first time the company revealed breakdowns by race and gender.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Europe and Asia markets slide after Trump threatens new tariffs on Chinese products
Asian economies especially fear a trade war between U.S. and China will have serious side effects.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Four questions to ask before buying a rental property
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

‘There's a lot to do' at the Preserve at Westfields
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Asian markets dip after Trump threatens tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese products
Shanghai's stock exchange hit a two-year low as the trade war escalated.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Low credit scores cost home buyers real money
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

If you think your job is pointless, it probably is
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Hot real estate markets can prove challenging for home appraisals
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

The growing case against IV Tylenol, once seen as a solution to the opioid crisis
Heroin traffickers set up shop in the areas of the United States with the highest prevalence of prescription opioid addiction.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Asia markets dip after Trump threatens tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese products
Shanghai's stock exchange hits two year low as trade war escalates.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

Get Ready, America. Trade War's Coming for Your Hip Pocket
Both sides are digging in.

Washington Post Business
Jun 19, 2018

China Probes If Chipmakers Are Fixing Prices Again: QuickTake
Both sides are digging in.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Supreme Court will wade into a fight over Apple's tightly controlled App Store
The Supreme Court announced it would consider a case that asks whether consumers can sue Apple for the way it manages millions of apps for iPhones and iPads, threatening to expose not only Apple but also its tech industry peers to new antitrust scrutiny.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Trump escalates China trade war, threatens tariffs on $200 billion in products
The move would include a host of consumer items, forcing Americans to pay more for everyday products.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

In China, Baijiu and HPV Vaccines Have Something in Common
Gay men are more likely than straight men with similar qualifications to be low-level managers, but far less likely to be promoted to top spots.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

The Supreme Court will wade into a fight over Apple's tightly controlled App Store
The Supreme Court on Monday announced it would consider a case that asks whether consumers can sue Apple for the way it manages millions of apps for iPhones and iPads, threatening to expose not only Apple but its tech industry peers to new antitrust scrutiny.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

French executives to stand trial for 'moral harassment' a decade after employee suicides
Some reports put the number of staffers who killed themselves at 35 between 2008 and 2009

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Don't Follow Australia's Grim Path on Migration
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

All About the U.S. Separating Families at Its Border: QuickTake
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Video game addiction is a real condition, WHO says. Here's what that means.
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Who the `Dreamers' Are, and What They're Dreaming Of: QuickTake
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Why Three Rescues Didn't Solve Greece's Debt Problem: QuickTake
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Apple's iOS 12 will automatically share location data when people dial 911
Apple says the feature will give emergency call centers faster and more accurate information to help reduce response times.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Audi CEO arrested in Germany over diesel emissions scandal
The arrest of Rupert Stadler comes a week after German prosecutors said he was included in their investigation into manipulation of Audi emissions controls.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Don't Fear This Burst of Biotech IPOs
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

IPO Is First Stop for GM Self-Driving Unit
The president is set to announce the new trade measures Friday.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Sessions says family separation is 'necessary' to keep the country from being 'overwhelmed.' Federal immigration data says otherwise.
Financial regulators just made a huge decision affecting bitcoin and ether.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Europe's Refugees
Financial regulators just made a huge decision affecting bitcoin and ether.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

As my journey takes a new turn, Honda shows how carmakers are turning, too
Financial regulators just made a huge decision affecting bitcoin and ether.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Bayer's Bond Puts the Fed in Its Place
Financial regulators just made a huge decision affecting bitcoin and ether.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Can investing in veterans be profitable? This man wants to prove it
One veteran's solution for helping those who have served: Give them jobs, bonuses and a support network

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Tesla bursts into flames on L.A. street ‘out of the blue'
"Thank god my three little girls weren't in the car," said actress Mary McCormack via Twitter. A video shows her husband's Tesla Model S engulfed in fire. The company says it is investigating the incident.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Virtual money is covered by conflict-of-interest rules for federal workers, ethics office says
The Internal Revenue Service considers currencies such as Bitcoin "property" for tax purposes, and other federal agencies recognize it as an investment vehicle, the guidance said.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Washington Post writers, freelancers win 7 journalism awards from national real estate editors group
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Artificial trans fats, widely linked to heart disease, are officially banned
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Bitcoin Breaking the Internet Is a Cry for Help
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Norwegian Air Shuttle Takes to the Skies Again
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Watchdog Mauls Brexiteers' Dream
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

OPEC Fights Back
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Worried about cuts to Social Security? Here's the bible on navigating this retirement benefit.
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Mix a stronger batch of concrete
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Inspecting your home inspector
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Northwest lists for $379,900
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

Square CEO Jack Dorsey gets blasted from both sides after a tweet about Chick-fil-A
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 18, 2018

What's Left to Be Settled Before Brexit (Quite a Lot): QuickTake
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

How to pay down your credit card debt
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

‘It feels like I never left': Workers laid off in Atlantic City are getting their jobs back at ‘new' casinos
The Taj Mahal is reopening as the Hard Rock casino, and Revel will open its doors as the Ocean Resort Casino. Together, they are restoring more than 6,000 jobs lost after a brutal two-year stretch when five casinos closed.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

Trump's pick to head Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is part of push to limit agency's reach
The announcement sets up a high-stakes Senate fight over confirmation of a replacement for acting director Mick Mulvaney, who has worked to limit the agency's ambitions and has drawn sharp criticism from Democrats for what they say are his efforts to undermine consumer protections.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

What a Howard Schultz presidential campaign could mean for the Starbucks brand
"Those are all historic ingredients for an economic slowdown," Gary Cohn says.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

Rebel developers are trying to cure our smartphone addiction — with an app
Our phones can make us distracted, stressed and depressed. A growing number of apps aim to help us reclaim our lives.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

What Darwin and the Model T Can Teach Toyota
Another fallout from the crises at the world's largest social network.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

Quantum computing finds its lobbying voice
A commercially useful quantum computer has not yet been demonstrated, but industry advocates are pushing for coordinated federal action to help develop one.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

Iron Law of History Blunts China Trade Folly
A former black employee of Vivint Solar says his white colleagues referred to him as a monkey and called him a racial epithet.

Washington Post Business
Jun 17, 2018

Trump taps budget aide to head Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, seeking to continue push to limit the agency's reach
Kraninger is an unexpected choice for the position. She works closely with Mick Mulvaney at the OMB, but has never served as a banking regulator.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

How to divvy up the inheritance — and keep the family together
A new book offers a taxonomy of pointless jobs: Goons, flunkies, task masters, duct tapers and box tickers

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

Apple signs a streaming deal with Oprah Winfrey, raising its Hollywood profile
The deal marks at least the third major get for Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, the former Sony Pictures Television executives whom Apple hired in mid-June 2017.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

All the action was on the fringes
It was a boring week in the S&P 500. But in chancier corners of the market, a risk-on tone is building. While broad benchmarks sat still, speculative shares soared, among them companies that recently...

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

‘Dying at your desk is not a retirement plan'
When should you retire? Too early, and you risk outliving your money. Work too long, and you might miss out on life.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

With tariffs, Trump starts unraveling a quarter-century of U.S.-China economic ties
The White House delivered on a threat to punish China for "very unfair" trade practices.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

Decades of U.S.-China relations frayed as Trump follows through on tariff threat and Beijing fires back
President Trump announced a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion in Chinese imports, signaling a willingness to unwind nearly a quarter-century of growing commercial links between the two largest economies and prompting Beijing to pledge trade barriers of the same scale.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

China retaliates after U.S. announces $50 billion in tariffs, escalating trade war
President Trump followed through on his threat to crack down on China for its "very unfair" trade practices, announcing that he is imposing a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion in Chinese imports.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

How the AT&T-Time Warner deal looks to one investor
The deals the ruling is likely to unleash — major media companies combining in various ways to form media mega-companies — are bad for consumers, bad for stockholders and bad for our country.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

Not Even Oprah Can Sort Out Apple's Video Mess
A Lowe's customer said the company's receipt-checking policy harassed certain customers. Now the company has stopped the practice nationwide.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

Review: Check your settings on Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft
The Post's tech columnist is back with Round 2 of his clickable guide to improving your privacy on all sorts of devices and online services.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

How Judge Leon blew it with U.S. v AT&T
A Lowe's customer said the company's receipt-checking policy harassed certain customers. Now the company has stopped the practice nationwide.

Washington Post Business
Jun 15, 2018

Trump is betting American families are willing to pay for his trade war
The #MAGA economic agenda just got a price tag. Trump says it's just a "little pain."

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