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Washington Post Business
Aug 16, 2018

How Freaked Out Are Italian Investors? Very.
The information in the short-end selloff shows serious skepticism about the budget process.

Washington Post Business
Aug 16, 2018

In the Circular Economy, It's Take, Make, Use, Reuse
Take, make, use, dispose. For centuries, this has been the standard approach to production and consumption. Companies take raw materials and transform them into products, which are purchased and used by consumers, who ultimately toss them out, creating waste. Increasingly, people are starting to challenge the sustainability of this model. Many — including the EU and the governments of China, Japan and the U.K. — argue that we should ditch this linear system in favor of a so-called circular econo

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Lenovo's Sharp Knife Is Behind Those Meaty Profits
Cost savings are welcome. They're also hard to repeat.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Facebook turns to artificial intelligence to fight hate and misinformation in Myanmar
Facebook shared some details of the progress it's made in Myanmar.

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Aug 15, 2018

It's a Lovely Trade War for China's Property Firms
The government is nudging open the door for developers' funding to counter a slowdown.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Jack Dorsey says he's rethinking the core of how Twitter works
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey said he is rethinking core parts of the social media platform so that it doesn't enable the spread of hate speech, harassment and false news, including conspiracy theories shared by prominent users like Alex Jones and Infowars.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Trump boasts about ‘great new trade deals.' So far, he hasn't finalized any.
Trump tweeted that his tariffs are leading to new trade deals, but he has failed to finalize any trade details yet. He got close with South Korea in March, but even that agreement is stalled.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Fentanyl use drove drug overdose deaths to a record high in 2017, CDC estimates
Every eight minutes, someone in America died of a drug overdose last year.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Bridge Tragedy May Loosen Atlantia's Grip on Toll Roads
The collapse of a bridge in Genoa on Tuesday killing dozens, has cast a shadow over the dominance of Italy's road infrastructure by Atlantia SpA, an infrastructure firm that manages highways and airports. Engineers have yet to establish what caused the disaster but senior members of Italy's populist coalition government have warned they are looking at stripping Atlantia's highways arm Autostrade d'Italia of key operating concessions if it's found responsible. One minister raised the prospect of

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

The Trump administration said weaker fuel standards would save lives. EPA experts disagree.
An analysis by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, EPA experts said, used faulty assumptions.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

How to track where Google's tracking you
Switching off location tracking doesn't stop all of Google's tools. Here's how to track where Google's tracking you.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

CLOs Are the New Hedge Funds. Plan Accordingly.
The latest hot investment won't be foolproof.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Democrats demand answers from FCC chief over alleged cyberattack
After an internal investigation found that the Federal Communications Commission misled the public by wrongly claiming it suffered a cyberattack last year, House Democrats are demanding answers from C...

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Aug 15, 2018

Macy's Investors Needed This Reality Check
It can't transform itself into more a formidable retailing force simply by being a better traditional department store.

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Aug 15, 2018

China Makes WeChat's 1 Billion Users a Tempting Target for Tencent
With growth from games slowing, tapping the social network looks increasingly attractive.

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Aug 15, 2018

Ford's Blue Sky CEO Has Investors Treading Water
It's not clear how the company will tackle pressing liquidity and leadership problems.

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Aug 15, 2018

Italy's Populists Always Find Someone To Blame
Salvini is wrong to link the Genoa bridge tragedy to EU budgets.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

These ETFs Save Investors a Trip to the Casino
Gambling is fun, but it's not a sustainable long-term strategy.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

As a trade war heats up between Erdogan and Trump, soaring prices rattle Turkey
With barbed tweets from U.S. officials and caustic retorts from Turkey, the argument has devolved over the past week into a budding trade war. It has battered Turkey's vulnerable economy, pushed the lira to record lows and forced Turkish citizens — along with millions of refugees who live in the country — to shoulder the consequences.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Uber's losses narrow as it makes ‘big bets' in new segments
Uber is bringing in more money than in years past, thanks to expansion into businesses like Uber Eats and bikeshare service Jump, but not enough to make its second quarter profitable.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Frozen credit files can slow the mortgage process
‘Security' freezes will soon cost you no money, but they can pose problems for home buyers.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Is it better to buy a home you can afford but don't want or to stretch?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Life is full of compromises, particularly when it comes to the intersection of financial decisions and emotional issues.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Twitter CEO says he's rethinking how core of social media platform works
Jack Dorsey told The Post that he is experimenting with features that would promote alternative viewpoints in Twitter's timeline to address misinformation and reduce "echo chambers."

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Great Yum China Deal. Wrong Buyer
The KFC and Pizza Hut group needs help from a savvy owner.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey retaliates against Trump tariffs, hiking fees on some U.S. imports in spiraling dispute
The higher tariffs on a number of U.S. products are a tit-for-tat response to President Trump's decision last week to double tariffs on Turkish metals.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Why Hong Kong's Central Bank Intervened and Should We Worry?
After buying Hong Kong dollars for the first time since 2005 in April and May, Hong Kong's central bank is at it again. A long slide in the local currency took it to the lower end of its trading band against the U.S. dollar. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has lifted its spending to defend the local dollar to more than $9 billion. That's raising questions about how long this can continue and the implications for the city's finances.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Real wages are down over the year — but Republican satisfaction is spiking
How the economy is objectively faring is perceived mostly subjectively.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey's in a Mess. Capital Controls Won't Help
Erdogan denies he'll use them, but investors have good reason to worry.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Democrats want answers from FCC chief over alleged cyberattack
After an internal investigation found that the Federal Communications Commission misled the public by wrongly claiming it suffered a cyberattack last year, House Democrats are demanding answers from Chairman Ajit Pai.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Nasty Earnings Surprises Dog China's Tech Darlings
Share prices are slumping, and there may be further to fall.

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Why Democrats and Republicans Like to Fight About ICE
Since April, when the Trump administration began a "zero tolerance" policy toward people caught illegally entering the U.S., one of the agencies charged with enforcing it, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has been the focus of protests and praise. A growing number of Democrats have called to "abolish ICE," even as Republicans have rallied behind the agency. While the debate raged loudly before June, when President Donald Trump abandoned a policy of separating families who'd crossed the borde

Washington Post Business
Aug 15, 2018

Mark Zuckerberg Buys a Little Bit of Lionel Messi's Magic
Facebook is showing sensible restraint in its pursuit of TV sports rights.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Huckabee Sanders apologizes for false statement about black employment
President Trump's economics team is apologizing after press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders wrongly stated that Trump has created three times as many jobs for black workers as president Barack Obama did.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

White House economists apologize after Huckabee Sanders' false statement about black employment under Trump
President Trump's economics team is apologizing after Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to wrongly stated that Trump has created three times as many jobs for black workers as president Barack Obama.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?
Omarosa Maginault Newman's recordings in the White House raise questions for workers and their bosses. As one lawyer notes: "With the iPhone, everybody has a tape recorder in their pocket at all time."

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Here are the companies that could profit from Trump's Space Force
The Pentagon is already working on technology designed to fight a war in space: rockets that could launch daily; missiles that would fly at five miles per second; satellites the size of shoe boxes; and robots that could fix them in orbit.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Sam Adams co-founder praised Trump's tax cuts. Now this mayor refuses to drink the beer.
Mayor Joseph Curtatone made a sobering declaration: "I will never drink Sam Adam's beer again!"

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Sam Adams co-founder praised Trump's tax reform. Now this mayor refuses to drink the beer.
Mayor Joseph Curtatone made a sobering declaration: "I will never drink Sam Adam's beer again!"

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

YouTube criticized for showing terrifying horror movie ad that viewers couldn't click away from
The jump-scare ad was apparently so startling to many who've seen it that their complaints reached YouTube, which decided to take it down.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

An Uber for Trucks Is Hitting Obstacles in China
The industry is ripe for disruption, but it's a lot tougher than ride-hailing.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Wildfires have gotten bigger in recent years, and the trend is likely to continue
There are currently 110 large fires burning in the U.S., all of them located in western states.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Cash Wildfire Spreads Among Young Tech Companies
The burn rate jeopardizes their future and hurts investors.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Icahn's Retreat May Hand Cigna a Pyrrhic Victory
The health insurer's pricey takeover of Express Scripts is only getting riskier.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Advertising giant WPP to buy Rockville-based ad firm
HZ, a Rockville-based advertising agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Washington, announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement to be bought by Burson, Cohn and Wolfe, a New York-based division of the global ad agency WPP.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Inside SpaceX, the Willy Wonka-like rocket factory that plans to send private citizens to space
A visit from the company's first astronauts augurs a significant point in the future of SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk in 2002 with the goal of making space accessible to large numbers of people, and eventually colonizing Mars.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

The summer comedy is dead. Long live the summer comedy.
After a strong run, the female-led summer comedy is going, well, the way of the male-led summer comedy

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Tesla forms special committee to consider going private
The board of the all-electric car company formed a three-person committee to consider going private, the company announced Tuesday.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Tesla forms special panel to consider going private
The company appears to be playing catch-up with CEO Elon Musk's assertions about the momentum behind a deal — including that funding is "secured" — highlighting the speed at which the proposed transaction is unfolding.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Smartphone season is upon us. People don't seem that excited.
In a recent survey asking what the most anticipated smartphone launch of the year was, "None" came in third.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

How Saudi's Stake in Tesla Could Help Musk Go Private
Saudi Arabia's investment in Tesla Inc. is turning out to be more significant than market-watchers knew. As well as being a signal of intent of the kingdom's determination to diversify into technology, the almost 5 percent stake is also of huge importance to Elon Musk's ambition to take the electric carmaker private. With the Saudi government hoping to grow its Public Investment Fund to more than $2 trillion by 2030, it seems that the interests of both parties may have aligned.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Home Depot Proves It's No Fixer-Upper
The home-improvement chain remains a rare oasis of stability and strong execution in an otherwise volatile industry.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Central Bank Independence
After inflation ran amok in the 1960s and 1970s, many central bankers fought for, and won, more freedom to set interest rates and make other monetary policy decisions without political interference. Their shields began to crack after the 2008 financial crisis. In the years since the bankers deployed trillions of dollars to save the global financial system, the public's faith in their work has been falling. Critics say independent central banks are too secretive and put commercial banks' interest

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Inside Rob Lowe's Virginia-inspired California home
The TV and film star is listing his mountainview home near Santa Barbara for $47 million.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

In downtown Bethesda, a new condominium has a rooftop with a view
BUYING NEW | The Cheval overlooks the D.C. area from the popular Md. commercial center.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Mike Ashley's Gucci-Sized Aspirations
Can a billionaire go from discount trainers to luxury loafers?

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

One family's approach to paying for college: GoFundMe
A Spelman College freshman doesn't have enough money for college. Here's what happened when her mom asked strangers for help.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Space Force could generate billions for small group of large firms
The space market is considered a niche business available only to a handful of gigantic companies. But a Space Force could become a liability for contractors if other military activities lose funding, independent analysts said.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

YouTube criticized over frightening movie ad that users couldn't close
Enough viewers complained about the jump-scare ad that YouTube decided to take it down. The incident came amid a year of reckoning for objectionable content on the site.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

The FDA approved an app to prevent pregnancy. Can an app do that?
Women can use Natural Cycles on their smartphones to calculate fertility. But even among those who used it perfectly, 1.8 percent got pregnant.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

How Record-Breaking Heat Could Affect Your Grocery Bill
To see the impact of record-breaking temperatures around the world, watch wheat. Found in everything from bread to noodles, biscuits to cereals, beer to cakes -- there is no more widely grown staple crop and more than 170 million metric tons trade every year. So when the weather ruins harvests in one spot, it can shock markets and economies that are thousands of miles away.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Indonesia's Tough Love Won't Crisis-Proof Its Currency
Jakarta may be out of the Fragile Five, but it's not quite out of the woods.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

Trouble With COGS Hits Foxconn's Profit Machine
Many component suppliers are hurting from higher prices. Some are winning.

Washington Post Business
Aug 14, 2018

A $40 Billion Plan to Cash Out Of Bitcoin
A rumored IPO of the world's biggest crypto-miner might end up as a play on advanced AI chips.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Singapore Home Prices Won't Pop Without More Migrants
City Developments is still at the mercy of government policy.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Turkey's currency plunge fans fears of new global financial crisis
Stock market losses spread from Asia to North America and Europe.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Can Elon Musk Tweet That? The SEC May Have an Opinion
Tesla Inc. founder and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk is facing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission inquiry into his bombshell tweet that he's considering taking the company private. The regulator is likely honing in on his claim -- which Musk tried to clarify in a Monday blog post -- that he'd already secured funding for a potential buyout. Since the electric-car maker's stock jumped after the Aug. 7 tweet, the SEC will probably want to know whether Musk was being accurate in claiming

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

U.S. economy to grow at 3.1 percent in 2018, CBO says
That is a solid increase from 2017, but the robust growth may not last, analysts say.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Sustainable Investing
Companies traditionally have been held accountable for one bottom line: profit. A growing number of so-called sustainable investors want two more measures: social and environmental impact. Skeptics say that advancing these broader and less well-defined goals is not the proper role of business. Whatever one thinks of the idea, gauging the social and environmental effects of any business is much harder than measuring how much money it's made or lost. Accounting efforts are improving, however.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

‘Please do not switch me off!': An experiment with a begging robot shows people hesitate to pull the plug
Some merciful participants said they felt sorry for Nao and his fear of the void.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

How close are we to the end of the gaming console?
Major console makers are rolling in dough, but also talking about what happens when the console disappears altogether.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Fax machines may be vulnerable to hackers, new report finds
Fax machines may present a vulnerability in organizations' networks that allows hackers to infiltrate via devices that are connected to both phone lines and the Internet, according to a report from Israel-based security company Check Point.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk Hands Tesla's Wheel to Saudi Arabia
He just gave the world's biggest oil producer dangerous leverage over his electric-car maker.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

VF Sheds Its Wrangler Jeans. But for What?
It makes sense for the apparel company to narrow its focus, but the Lee and Wrangler brands leave a big profit hole.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

It turns out the rich may really be different
Scientists wanted to find out if rich people are more likely to lie, cheat and steal so they designed experiments that ultimately confirmed many of our worst assumptions about the corrupting power of wealth. In one experiment, researchers discovered that drivers with expensive cars — such as a new Mercedes — were four times as likely to ignore right-of-way laws than those in cheap cars.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk says Saudi fund offered to take Tesla private
In a blog post Monday, the Tesla CEO defended his unusual move to announce on Twitter that he intends to take Tesla private.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Sanctions
When diplomacy failed, war used to be the next option, the continuation of politics by other means. Today, when persuasion doesn't work, big powers often turn to economic combat as their first resort. Sanctions occupy a messy zone between condemnations and military strikes. Hard to organize and uncertain in impact, they can hurt innocent citizens and legitimate businesses. They tend to be more effective when a group of countries comes together to target an offending state. That, of course, requi

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Bayer stock plunges after jury awards man $289 million in Roundup cancer trial
Shares were down about 10 percent after a former groundskeeper was awarded $289 million in the first major case against Monsanto to go to trial.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Bayer stock plunges days after jury awards $289 million to cancer patient
Shares of the company that acquired Monsanto were down more than 11 percent three days after the landmark verdict. Former groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson, claimed a popular weedkiller manufactured by Monsanto gave him terminal cancer. Hundreds of lawsuits with similar claims are still pending.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk defends his ‘funding secured' tweet to take Tesla private
Elon Musk defended his unusual move to announce by tweet that he intends to take Tesla private.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

How Easy Is it to Unwind $7 Billion of Investments?
Swiss money manager GAM could be about to find out.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Retired and broke
Bankruptcy filings are on the rise among older Americans because of reduced income, increased health-care costs, rising debt and inflation.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Retired and broke: Bankruptcy filings surging for seniors
Bankruptcy filings are on the rise among Baby Boomers.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

A Solitary Rate Hike Can't Save the Lira Now
Erdogan will need to back down and set the central bank free.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

McDonald's Buns Maker Is In a Kitchen Nightmare
Aryzta's new management team needs its $911 million of fresh capital, but still has to prove its worth.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Saudi oil money may give Elon Musk the private Tesla of his dreams
A potential multibillion-dollar deal, as explained in a blog post from the electric-car maker's CEO, would be the boldest move yet in the Saudi push toward a post-oil future.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Trump praises Harley-Davidson boycott, escalating feud with company in the crosshairs of his trade war
In response to President Trump's steel tariffs, the motorcycle company said it plans to move production of bikes destined for Europe to overseas facilities.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

How to convey ownership of a home to a relative
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The title can be conveyed through a warranty or quitclaim deed.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Drug companies don't want to be involved in executions, so they're suing to keep their drugs out
Companies that make and sell the drugs have restricted who can buy them, asked states to return them and even stopped making one to try to keep it out of the nation's death chambers.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Newly built three-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse in Clarksburg, Md., lists for $385,190
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The residence has granite counters in the center-island kitchen and ceramic-tile flooring in the bathrooms.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Why an Emerging Market Rout Has Hit Indonesia So Hard
As a full-blown financial crisis in Turkey threatens to engulf global emerging markets, Indonesia is taking a bigger knock than its peers in Asia. The rupiah slumped to an almost three-year low against the dollar and stocks are being dumped. The central bank is selling billions of dollars from its reserves to halt the rout and may be forced to raise interest rates again after three hikes since mid-May.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

How to Become Britain's Richest Person
Jim Ratcliffe is a complicated character, as shown by his support for Brexit.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

Sick Turkey Contagion Won't Cause an Asian Crisis
Willingness to raise interest rates will help, not hurt, regional economies.

Washington Post Business
Aug 13, 2018

How Global Smartphone Sales Growth Ground to a Halt
After years of rampant growth, the global smartphone market is slowing down as consumers wait for the next game-changing feature. That is bad news for the giants of the technology industry, including Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., as well as the crop of Chinese challengers that includes Xiaomi Corp., Oppo, Vivo and Huawei Technologies Co. While the industry has stopped growing, it still remains a vital part of the global economy with smartphone sales reaching $458 billion in 2017.

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

This Isn't the Moment to Bet Against Hong Kong Property
Mortgage rates aren't the only thing ruling the world's least affordable housing market.

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

The Fringe Idea Fueling China's Hong Kong Crackdown: QuickTake
Occupying a corner of China smaller than Los Angeles, Hong Kong has never been seen as a viable candidate for nationhood. Nonetheless, a small, but vocal independence movement has emerged to challenge China's authority over the former British colony. Beijing's campaign to quash the idea is having big consequences for the political system credited with maintaining the city's status as a global financial center. A pro-independence activist is slated to address the city's Foreign Correspondents' Cl

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

Emergent BioSolutions to acquire cholera and typhoid vaccines
The $270 million deal is the latest aggressive move for the Maryland-based company as it seeks to become a $1 billion pharmaceutical manufacturer.

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

Emergent BioSolutions to acquire cholera and typhoid vaccines in $270 million deal
It is the latest aggressive move for the Maryland-based company as it seeks to become a $1 billion pharmaceutical manufacturer.

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

Trump tweets about possible Harley-Davidson boycott: ‘Great!'
President Trump is backing calls for a Harley-Davidson boycott as the company plans to shift some production overseas amid an ongoing steel tariff dispute.

Washington Post Business
Aug 12, 2018

Soviet Collapse Echoes in China's Belt and Road
Grand investment plans for unproductive regions have caused empires to founder before.

Washington Post Business
Aug 11, 2018

Carmakers Are Choking on Blue-Sky Emission Rules
Unrealistic standards are counter-productive.

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