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Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2018

FCC says Hurricane Michael victims in Florida deserve a month of free cell service
Chairman Ajit Pai slammed carriers such as AT&T and Verizon for their "completely unacceptable" response to the storm.

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Oct 16, 2018

America has a record 7.1 million job openings, making it an especially advantageous time to ask for a raise.
The United States had 7,136,000 million job openings in August and 6,234,000 unemployed people.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2018

Better Batteries
Hopes that renewable energy could blunt the worst of climate change used to face a seemingly insurmountable hurdle: the need for better batteries. After all, the wind doesn't always blow and the sun doesn't always shine. But those better batteries are on their way, thanks to a myriad of small improvements that will both add life to the phone in your pocket and speed the day when electric cars overtake gasoline vehicles. Now there's a different worry: Can we turn batteries out fast enough? Fulfil

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Oct 16, 2018

Google ends controversial practice with its mobile apps in the E.U.
Google is ending a controversial practice in Europe whereby it required smartphone makers seeking to pre-install Google's app store to also add other Google apps, such as search and Chrome.

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Oct 16, 2018

Google will no longer force Android phone makers to set Chrome as the default browser — in the E.U.
Google is ending a controversial practice in Europe whereby it required smartphone makers seeking to pre-install Google's app store to also add other Google apps, such as search and Chrome.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2018

Facebook's former security chief warns of tech's ‘negative impacts' — and has a plan to help solve them
Facebook's former security chief plans to launch an institute at Stanford University to help technology companies and the public work together to solve the negative effects technology can have on society.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2018

The Sears bankruptcy wasn't inevitable
Think of Sears as parable for our current age of turbo-capitalism.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2018

Public-Private Partnerships
Boston's Big Dig, rerouting its central highway underground. New York City's Second Avenue subway extension. The Denver International Airport. Landmark American public works, paid for the traditional American way: the government borrows money, usually before the first shovel goes into the ground. Other places do infrastructure differently, turning to consortiums of private companies that raise money and design, build and operate projects for terms that generally run 30 years. In return, they get

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Oct 16, 2018

Grainger's Skid Intensifies Earnings Jitters
A sales shortfall raises concerns about its ability fend off Amazon and adds to worries about a peak in the industrial cycle.

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Oct 16, 2018

Google is trying to build a censored Chinese search engine, its CEO confirms
Given Chinese censorship issues, the project has led to employee backlash at the search engine giant.

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Oct 16, 2018

Google really is trying to build a censored Chinese search engine, its CEO confirms
Given Chinese censorship issues, the project has led to employee backlash at the search engine giant.

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Oct 16, 2018

$120 Billion Doesn't Make Uber a Real Company
That's an eye-popping number for a potential IPO valuation, and not entirely crazy, but it's not an indicator of a sustainable business.

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Oct 16, 2018

Trump team makes controversial change to allow chicken plants to operate at faster speeds
Companies that receive a waiver from the Trump administration will now be able to process 175 birds per minute, up from 140 now.

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Oct 16, 2018

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Have Deja Vu
The two big banks were going to remake their businesses in the wake of the financial crisis, but they're sticking with their boom-and-bust ways.

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Oct 16, 2018

`We're Not Google' Won't Cut it for TomTom
It wants to be the go-to provider of high-definition maps for autonomous cars. But TomTom is lacking direction and losing customers.

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Oct 16, 2018

Doing Good at Cambridge Means an Unholy Row
The English University is making a mess of ethical investing.

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Oct 16, 2018

A Big Setback for Reducing Finance's Gender Imbalance
Grant Thornton U.K.'s ouster of its female CEO sends a terrible message to the whole industry.

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Oct 16, 2018

Robot concierges and high-priced premium brands: Walmart details its plan for the future at shareholders meeting
The shareholder meeting kicked off after the retailer announced that it lowered its earnings forecast because of its FlipKart deal.

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Oct 16, 2018

Robot concierges and high-priced premium brands: Walmart details plan for modern retail dominance at shareholder meeting
Walmart beat out Amazon, paying $16 billion for the Indian online retailer.

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Oct 16, 2018

Walmart hints at personalized, online-focused future in shareholder meeting
Walmart beat out Amazon, paying $16 billion for the Indian online retailer.

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Oct 16, 2018

Walmart lowers earnings forecast, citing FlipKart acquisition
Walmart beat out Amazon, paying $16 billion for the Indian online retailer.

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Oct 16, 2018

Walmart lowers earnings forecast, details its plan for the future at shareholders meeting
Walmart beat out Amazon in a race for e-retailer Flipkart, paying $16 billion for a majority stake in the Indian online retailer.

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Oct 16, 2018

'Swipe right to sue': Now you can file lawsuits the same way you find hookups on Tinder
The app launched last week and already has thousands of downloads, its founder says.

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Oct 16, 2018

Inside the D.C.-area's most expensive homes for sale in October
The listings range from $4.5 million to $18 million.

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Oct 16, 2018

Google puts privacy over business incentives with new developer restrictions
Heightened privacy awareness and regulatory scrutiny are pushing Silicon Valley titans to make changes.

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Oct 16, 2018

The Cybersecurity 202: Google puts privacy over business incentives with new developer restrictions
Heightened privacy awareness and regulatory scrutiny is pushing Silicon Valley titans to make changes.

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Oct 16, 2018

Walkability a main attraction of Copley at Crown
BUYING NEW | Condominium is part of the bustling Downtown Crown area of Gaithersburg, Md.

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Oct 16, 2018

Big Tobacco's Hopes for Vaping Go Up in Smoke
BAT's stumble shows the industry's move to tobacco alternatives won't be easy.

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Oct 16, 2018

Just Skipping ‘Davos in the Desert' Won't Cut It
Pulling out of the forum is commendable. But executives and leaders need to spend more time scrutinizing their roles in morally dubious countries.

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Oct 16, 2018

Netflix Spoiled Us Rotten
Consumers don't want ads and don't want to pay up for TV.

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Oct 16, 2018

An Old-School Budget Lesson for Macron
The boot camp of the French elite, and the French President's alma mater, is barely getting a passing grade.

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Oct 16, 2018

Roughing it in style: 5,000-square-foot luxury log cabin in Purcellville, Va., lists for $895,000
TOWN SQUARE | The house has high ceilings with exposed beams, stone fireplaces and arched windows with views of nearby mountains.

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Oct 16, 2018

Volvo Trucks Emissions Warning Spooks Investors
Another emissions warning is spooking investors.

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Oct 16, 2018

Why now is an especially advantageous time to ask for a raise
The United States had 7,136,000 million job openings in August and 6,234,000 unemployed people.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Chew on This. China's Cheap Food Deliveries Won't Last
Meituan Dianping's business depends on a bountiful supply of low-paid riders that's at risk of drying up.

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Oct 15, 2018

Finance CEOs pull out of Saudi ‘Davos in the Desert' over Khashoggi, risking lucrative role in kingdom's economic reforms
Global banks and investment firms have been earning large fees from Saudi Arabia — and stood to earn even more if the kingdom made good on plans to privatize its oil industry.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Brexit Used to Mean Brexit. What Does it Mean Now?
By now, everyone should know exactly what that terms means, but that's the problem - nobody really knows.

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Oct 15, 2018

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
Mr. Allen, who in 1975 set up with Bill Gates the company that became known as Microsoft, died Monday from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Seattle, according to a statement from his family. He also used his Microsoft stock as collateral to invest in entities including sports teams, buying the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail […]

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

China's New Strategy for Overseas M&A: Stay Boring
Deals are still happening, but they're smaller, in unthreatening industries or out of developed-market regulators' sights.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Trump's Drug-Ad Price Shaming Won't Fix the Problem
Transparency is a laudable goal, but a proposed rule to force disclosure of medicines' list prices may only add to consumers' confusion.

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Oct 15, 2018

Political contests erupt as cities and hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb
In backlash, hosts force referendum in San Diego; short-term rentals continue rapid growth despite new regulations.

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Oct 15, 2018

Drugmakers may have to disclose prices of medicine in television ads
Drug industry favors voluntary approach of listing prices on websites, not in ads.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for start-ups
Google's move to cut developers off from scanning people's Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for startups
Google's move to cut developers off from scanning people's Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Icahn Goes for a Better Ending in Latest Dell Bout
A proposal for a partial buyout helps guard the activist investor against another squeeze-out.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Drop in bar and restaurant spending dampened U.S. retail sales in September
Consumer spending, which makes up about 70 percent of economic activity in the United States, rose just 0.1 percent last month.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

The bizarre thing that happens when artificial intelligence tells people their fortunes
Alexander Reben trained artificial intelligence to create restaurant-style fortune-cookie fortunes. The roboticist didn't expect that the AI would start producing strange and ominous messages, many of them tinged with absurdist humor.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Where people show up to vote — and where they don't
It all comes down to turnout.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Saudi Arabia Points the Oil Weapon at Itself
A feud with the U.S. is no way to protect market share or pitch an Aramco IPO.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Trump Spurs Defense Firms to Go on Offense
The merger of Harris and L3 is the latest in a wave of deals aimed at capturing more of an expanding military budget.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

IPO Investors Get Kicked When They're Down
Yet another reason for money managers not to buy stock in an initial public offering.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Bank of America Limits Risk But Also Its Reward
Safety comes with a cost as illustrated by a decline in fees from investment banking.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Sears's Last Gasp Could Breathe Life Into Rivals
The storied retailer's fall presents a greater opportunity for competitors than you might think.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

The U.S. needs a law that requires companies to disclose data breaches quickly
Europe's General Data Protection Regulation requires companies with customers in the E.U. to notify regulators of a breach within 72 hours or face a severe penalty. Fifty-four percent of surveyed cybersecurity experts support a similar law in the U.S.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Sears files for bankruptcy after years of turmoil
The 125-year-old icon was hit hard as a brick-and-mortar retailer saddled with massive showrooms and has struggled to compete with online rivals.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Mortgage rates are on the rise. Here are some tips for getting the lowest rate.
The 30-year fixed-rate average hit a seven-year high last week. But that doesn't mean you still can't get a low rate when buying a home or refinancing a loan.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Why Did It Take an Activist So Long to Call BT?
Expect a clash over how much of the Openreach network should be put up for sale.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Cautionary tale on why you need to protect your home with title insurance
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | We're big believers that when you buy a home you should obtain not only a title insurance policy that protects the lender on that purchase, but an owner's policy as well.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Superdry Takes a Summer Stumble
Superdry Takes a Step Back to Its Bad Old Days: Andrea Felsted

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

One-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in D.C.'s Logan Circle lists for $384,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The prime amenity of this 644-square-foot condo is its location near 14th Street's nightlife, dining and shopping options, along with a Whole Foods, a Trader Joe's and three Metro stations.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

SoftBank Slide Owes More to Chips Than Saudi Links
With so much of the Japanese investor's value held outside public markets, swings in Nvidia have an outsize impact.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

As cities and the hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb, voters are pushing back
The explosive growth of short-term rentals has spawned political contests that highlight the difficulty of managing a disruptive new industry.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Why Crypto Traders Are So Worried About Tether
It's one of the most hotly debated questions in the world of virtual currencies: Is Tether telling the truth when it says that each of its digital coins is backed by one U.S. dollar? The answer could have big ramifications, given that Tether's coin (also called Tether or USDT) is among the most actively traded cryptocurrencies -- treated by many as a substitute for the greenback on crypto markets around the world.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

Deficit balloons to $779 billion in Trump's second year
The approximately 17 percent jump in the federal deficit came despite strong growth in the overall U.S. economy, an unusual instance in which the economy and the deficit are expanding at the same time.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

India's IL&FS Built a Road to Riches for Some
The employee welfare trust created wealth for senior management with preferential deals that weren't available to other shareholders of the bankrupt infrastructure lender.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2018

What's Monopsony? It May Be the Reason You Haven't Had a Raise
Now that unemployment has touched its lowest level since 1969, economists are puzzling even more over why wages haven't been rising faster. After all, with fewer prospective workers seeking jobs, employers should be having to pay up to attract new employees and keep the ones they have. One theory about what's going carries the name monopsony.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Top banker Dimon drops out of Saudi conference as Treasury Secretary Mnuchin weighs whether to attend
Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co., is the latest and one of the most high-profile business executives to drop out of a Saudi investment conference in Riyadh this month, after reports that Saudi agents killed the dissident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Why Crypto Traders Are So Worried About Tether: QuickTake Q&A
It's one of the most hotly debated questions in the world of virtual currencies: Is Tether telling the truth when it says that each of its digital coins is backed by one U.S. dollar? The answer could have big ramifications, given that Tether's coin (also called Tether or USDT) is among the most actively traded cryptocurrencies -- treated by many as a substitute for the greenback on crypto markets around the world.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Why Pricing Carbon Is Still More Theory Than Reality: QuickTake
It's an idea that's been around for more than two decades: To slow climate change, make polluters pay for the damage they cause. More than 60 nations, states and cities have adopted what's known as carbon pricing, an approach held up by environmentalists, global institutions and even many oil companies as an elegant, free-market approach to global warming — one that creates incentives to find the best solutions and avoids burdensome regulation. In practice, though, carbon pricing has proved poli

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Uncover Your Eyes. There's No China Car Crash
A third monthly decline isn't cause for concern: The market is just maturing after an era of super-charged growth.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

L3 and Harris agree to merge, creating $33.5 billion military technology giant
L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation have agreed to an all-stock deal valued at about $33.5 billion.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Kudlow defends Trump for calling Fed ‘crazy,' says president respects central bank's independence
White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on "Fox News Sunday" that the president was not telling the central bank what to do but was merely expressing his view that interest rates are being raised too quickly.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

As stocks go wild, here's what should you do if you're retired
"The key is for people to understand how much risk they can take and how much they can afford to lose," said certified financial planner Carolyn McClanahan.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

As stocks go wild, here's what you should do if you're retired
"The key is for people to understand how much risk they can take and how much they can afford to lose," said certified financial planner Carolyn McClanahan.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Saudis reject threats as stocks plunge after Trump comments
The Saudi stock market dropped sharply in the week's first day of trading after President Trump threatened "severe punishment" over the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Saudis warn against threats as stock market plunges
The Saudi stock market dropped sharply in the week's first day of trading after President Trump threatened "severe punishment" over the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Saudi stocks drop after Trump threat over missing writer
The Saudi stock market dropped sharply in the week's first day of trading after President Trump threatened "severe punishment" over the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2018

Defense industry grapples with cybersecurity flaws in new weapons systems
Security testers showed they could covertly take control of an unspecified weapons system, manipulate it and remotely view its operators' computer screens, said a Government Accountability Office review of audits conducted from 2012 to 2017.

Washington Post Business
Oct 13, 2018

Short Sellers Missed Tencent's $250 Billion Party
They left a lot of money on the table as the Chinese technology behemoth slumped 44 percent from its peak.

Washington Post Business
Oct 13, 2018

North Dakota soybean farmers, caught in the trade war, watch the season run out on their crop
The area's farmers had sold almost exclusively to China, and soon will have a harvest with no destination.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Western walkout of Saudi ‘Davos in the Desert' conference over Jamal Khashoggi undermines kingdom's modernization plans
Western companies are distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of dissident journalist -- complicating the kingdom's plans for economic modernization

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Facebook says millions of users had phone numbers, search history and location data stolen in recent hack
An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Work Advice: In light of #MeToo, dress code should be enforced for both sexes
The social movement is, after all, about gender equality.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

After Years of Easing, Meet Quantitative Tightening: QuickTake
For a decade, investors around the world have ridden a rising tide of more than $12 trillion -- the extra cash pumped into the global system by key central banks to counter the deepest financial crisis since the Great Depression, and its aftermath. Now that flow of so-called quantitative easing is turning to the ebb of quantitative tightening, and markets are -- perhaps not coincidentally -- showing increasing volatility.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Facebook says millions of users had names, search history and location data stolen in recent hack
An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Just How Ugly Will GE's Earnings Be?
Here's a primer, with five things to look for in what's shaping up to be an unpleasant report.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

China's trade surplus with the U.S. hit a record $34.1 billion last month amid trade war
The increase was driven by a 13 percent increase in Chinese exports to the United States, according to customs office data. American imports in China declined by 9 percent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Clean up climate change? It's just good for business.
As one CEO put it: "We need to future-proof ourselves."

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

For his latest trick, Atlas the headless humanoid robot does parkour
Boston Dynamics has riveted YouTubers with videos showing their robots performing physical feats. The tech company's latest teaser video shows their popular robot, Atlas, doing tricks worthy of a gymnastic competition.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

The costly lesson GE never learns
Without blushing, GE hired Lawrence Culp as chief executive and awarded him a contract that could be worth $300 million. All he has to do is push the stock back to where it was a year ago. It's time to re-set executive pay.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Nasdaq CEO is on a mission — for the little guy
Adena Friedman wants more companies back in the public market so regular investors have a shot at the riches

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

FDA investigating whether dozens of e-cigarette products are being illegally marketed
The agency seeks information from 21 companies as part of its effort to curb underage vaping,

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

JPMorgan Chase Defies the Market's Nervousness
Third-quarter earnings were better than expected, but the trend lines are starting to move in the wrong direction.

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Oct 12, 2018

The Finance 202: Trump says he won't fire his Fed chair. It's not clear he could.
Raising the specter of firing Powell brings up a surprisingly complicated question.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

The Cybersecurity 202: Kanye West is going to make password security great again
Yes, his password is bad. But the celeb put security in the spotlight.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

A taste of India can make a minimalist American interior pop
The unmistakable influence of the country's interior design perspective is finding its way into homes across the United States.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Pension Funds Should Think Twice About Alternatives
They're fine for those with access to the best funds, but the rest face higher costs and mediocre results.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Kalorama condo has an Old World feel
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The owner turned the two-bedroom unit in a converted 1901 mansion into a space that pays homage to the building's exterior.

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Oct 12, 2018

Patisserie Valerie's Fate Hangs on Its Head Chef
Chairman Luke Johnson could salvage the unexpectedly ailing cafe chain with a cash injection. But he needs to move quickly.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2018

Even if the bull market is heading toward a correction, it's likely to keep on charging
Heritage Capital chief Paul Schatz still sees the 30-stock composite Dow hitting 30,000 by the Fourth of July.

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