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Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Economists identify an unseen force holding back affordable housing
Homebuilders are consolidating, and economists find the decreased competition has led to higher prices and less construction.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook co-founder and critic Chris Hughes spearheads a $10 million ‘anti-monopoly' fund
Hughes and his allies are putting new money toward a new "anti-monopoly" fund, hoping to harness heightened interest around big tech into a broader movement to analyze, regulate or dismantle behemoths in agriculture, healthcare and other industries where he says competition is lacking and consumers feel the pain.

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Oct 17, 2019

Neil Woodford: Sometimes Investors Should Just Run for the Hills
Some believe that patience is a virtue when dealing with a failing active fund manager. The data suggest the opposite.

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Oct 17, 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
Oct 17, 2019

How to Survive an iPhone Disaster
Apple stunned Dialog Semiconductor with plans to make its own power-management chips. That hasn't been the end of the world.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Huawei Debt Bulls Scoff at Trump Attacks
Investors in the Chinese company's bonds have shrugged off concerns, pushing prices higher.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Why China's Putting All Its Oil Pipes in One Company
Chinese President Xi Jinping has a plan to help meet the country's growing energy needs and clear its dirty air: Spin off the tens of thousands of miles of pipelines held by three state-owned oil and gas giants and merge them into one new company. The resulting firm -- informally known now as National Oil & Gas Pipeline Co. -- would aim to attract private investors to help expand the $70 billion network and diversify energy supply. Such an overhaul would radically reshape China's energy sect

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Oct 17, 2019

It's a good deal for most older Americans, but Medicare is neither free nor easy
People 65 and older are preparing to make their health-care and prescription drug choices for 2020 through the federal program.

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Oct 17, 2019

Netflix Approaches Critical Test of Its Viability
Subscriber growth is slowing and competition is growing for the cash-burning streaming service.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

A Railroad's Earnings Win Isn't an All-Clear
It's hardly the sign of a booming economy when profit gains come at the expense of jobs.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

GM and UAW reached a deal to end the strike. 46,000 workers still have to sign off on it.
Details of the agreement between the United Auto Workers and GM were scarce, but if the deal is fully approved by the union, it should end a month-long strike that had raised questions about the future of the auto industry. Workers will remain on strike until ratification.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Netflix hangs on to its subscribers for now
The company's latest quarterly report suggests that relatively few people are canceling Netflix so far, despite new competition from Apple and Disney.

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Oct 16, 2019

With competition looming, Netflix hangs on to its subscribers -- for now
Netflix looks strong, but pitfalls await

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

United says its new tool to help people make tight connections has saved 50,000 missed flights
The airline says that new technology automatically flags flights that can be held to wait and sends texts to travelers with directions to the gate.

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Oct 16, 2019

Why Japan's Radioactive Water May End Up In the Ocean
Tepco is considering a plan to dump roughly 1 million cubic meters of treated radioactive water -- enough to fill 400 Olympic-size swimming pools -- from the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, part of its nearly $200 billion effort to clean up the worst atomic accident since Chernobyl. Storage tanks at the site are forecast to be full by mid-2022, and space for building more is scarce. Scary as it sounds, discharges are common practice in the industry and woul

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Years after Obama used Facebook to help him win the presidency, Silicon Valley is under Democratic fire
The Democratic Party's rapidly fading love affair with Big Tech has broken into open acrimony in recent weeks, punctuated by a presidential debate Tuesday in which leading candidates took turns decrying the industry's impact on the nation and workshopping ways to rein it in.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

New York City comptroller pushes 56 companies to commit to diversity and adopt the NFL's Rooney Rule
About two dozen of the 56 companies on Stringer's list appear to have no minorities on their board.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Retail ‘early chill': Consumers pull back just before the holiday rush
New figures show that U.S. retail sales slowed in September for the first time in seven months, as consumers spent less on cars, building materials and department store purchases.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear natural hairstyles at work
It's still legal in most states to ban natural hair styles like braids or dreadlocks. But several state legislators -- and a coalition of civil rights groups -- are trying to change that

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

For the first time, workers have a higher tax rate than investors and owners
The proximate cause of the shift was President Trump's 2017 tax cut, which dramatically slashed taxes on corporate profits and estates, researchers say.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

A terrible pandemic is killing pigs around the world, and U.S. pork producers fear they could be hit next
U.S. authorities have started active preparations in response to the rising threat of an outbreak of African swine fever, which has decimated the Chinese pig population.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Americans already pay a ‘gigantic' hidden health tax, economists say
We're just paying it to insurance firms rather than the federal government.

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Oct 16, 2019

Americans already pay a ‘gigantic' hidden health-care tax, economists say
We're just paying it to private insurance companies rather than the federal government.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Autoworkers and General Motors reach tentative deal to end massive strike
Details of the agreement between the United Auto Workers and GM were scarce, but if the deal is fully approved by the union, it should end a month-long strike that had raised questions about the future of the auto industry. Workers will remain on strike until ratification.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Brexit Deal: Here's What Will Happen to U.K. Interest Rates
A smooth Brexit would leave the U.K. struggling with the global slowdown just like everyone else. It would probably follow the Fed's lead on rates.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Can Apex Legends' match-point format up the adrenaline of battle royale esports?
A new format aims to inject some excitement into the winning moment of battle royales.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

A terrible pandemic is killing pigs around the world, and U.S pork producers fear they could be hit next
U.S. authorities have started active preparations in response to the rising threat of an outbreak of African swine fever.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

'An early chill for retailers': Consumers are pulling back just before the holiday rush
New figures show that U.S. retail sales slowed in September for the first time in seven months, as consumers spent less on cars, building materials and department store purchases.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Congress wanted to grill Uber and Lyft on safety. The companies blew them off.
Uber and Lyft chose not to send representatives to a congressional inquiry aimed at examining their safety and labor practices.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

How Would the U.K. Trade After a No-Deal Brexit?
The British government is getting U.K. businesses ready for Brexit. That means preparing for a potential "no-deal" departure where Britain would lose frictionless, duty-free access to the European Union, the world's largest trading bloc. If that happens, the trade relationship between the U.K. and the EU would immediately revert to commercial rules negotiated in 1995 by members of the World Trade Organization. That means new tariffs on British exports to the EU and traffic-snarling customs contr

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

As World Wavers on Free Trade, Africa Embraces It
Amid trade tensions between the U.S., China and Europe, and the U.K.'s fraught departure from the European Union and single market, African leaders are moving in the opposite direction to establish the world's largest free-trade zone. The African Continental Free Trade Area formally went into effect in May, four years after negotiations began. If it comes to full fruition, the deal could cover a market of 1.2 billion people with a combined gross domestic product of $2.5 trillion.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Watch Out, Billionaire Del Vecchio Is Meddling
It's unclear why the Italian eyeglasses tycoon is making mischief, but Mediobanca better show its ambitions quickly.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

The Technology 202: Tech issues divide Democrats, including Twitter's handling of Trump's tweets
Some don't think tech issues will sway voters.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

This small Pennsylvania school wants to be the Notre Dame of esports
Harrisburg University has pumped millions into establishing itself in competitive gaming, with esports serving as its only varsity program.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

The men behind GirlsDoPorn lured young women with modeling jobs, then tricked them into porn, FBI says
Investigators say some of the women were threatened with "legal action or outing" if they didn't perform, barred from leaving shoots or even sexually assaulted.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Your smartphone takes amazing selfies. Those selfies could tell stalkers where you live.
When it comes to sensitive information, the eyes have it. That became apparent last week, when a man allegedly stalked a Japanese pop star after determining her location based on reflections seen in h...

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Congress wants to grill Uber and Lyft on safety. The companies are blowing them off.
Uber and Lyft chose not to send representatives to a congressional inquiry aimed at examining their safety and labor practices.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Even With a Brexit Deal, the BOE Will Cut Rates
A smooth Brexit would leave the U.K. struggling with the global slowdown just like everyone else. It would probably follow the Fed's lead on rates.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

For the first time, workers are paying a higher tax rate than investors and owners
The proximate cause of the shift was President Trump's 2017 tax cut, which dramatically slashed taxes on corporate profits and estates, researchers say.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Huawei says its business is steady, defying U.S.-led pressure campaign
The Chinese tech company said revenue has increased sharply this year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Here's Why Romanian Politics Are Blowing Up Yet Again
No Eastern Bloc country marked the end of its communist epoch quite as decisively and brutally as Romania, where dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were executed by firing squad on Christmas Day in 1989. The president's death brought hopes of a fresh start, but Romania has been plagued ever since by corruption and revolving-door governments -- despite having joined NATO and the European Union in the interim. The latest round of political turmoil has brought down yet another government

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

How Africa Is Building a $3 Trillion Free-Trade Future
While the U.S. and China are trying to outdo each other with import tariffs and the U.K. is wants to break away from the European Union, African leaders are working a free-trade agreement that will cover a whole continent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

Is a home seller obligated to disclose tornado damage to buyers?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | In many states, when a seller makes repairs to a home, the seller is not obligated to tell you about those repairs. The seller must only to be honest with you about whether they are aware of any material defects with the major components to the home.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 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
Oct 16, 2019

$30 Billion of Proof That India's Tech Scene Is Back
Digital-wallet company PhonePe is preparing to spin out of the country's biggest startup, Flipkart. A renaissance could be afoot.

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 2019

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

Washington Post Business
Oct 16, 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
Oct 16, 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
Oct 16, 2019

Even with the best advice, people can still mess up
It can be hugely frustrating when friends and family make poor decisions. But it's not your fault.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

What the U.S. Congress Is and Isn't Doing About Hong Kong
The U.S. Congress is moving closer to making a statement in support of Hong Kong democracy protesters -- to the dismay of China's leaders.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Under pressure to suspend Trump, Twitter restates that world leaders don't always have to follow its rules
Twitter said Tuesday it would limit the reach of some tweets from world leaders who violate its rules, stressing that top government officials "are not above our policies" at a moment when critics have clamored for the company to take more aggressive action against President Trump.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

For J&J and UnitedHealth, Making Money's Easy for Now
Strong quarters for the drug and health insurance giants can't distract from looming policy and legal risks.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Mortgage rates pull back on weaker-than-expected economic data
The 30-year fixed-rate average fell to its lowest level in a month, dropping to 3.57 percent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Nevada gaming regulators move to ban casino mogul Steve Wynn
The billionaire casino magnate has been accused of pressuring employees for sex and silencing them with multimillion-dollar settlements. In a formal complaint, the Nevada Gaming Control Board said the public backlash from the allegations damaged public confidence and trust in one of the state's most important sectors.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Nevada gambling regulators move to ban casino mogul Steve Wynn
The billionaire casino magnate has been accused of pressuring employees for sex and silencing them with multimillion-dollar settlements. In a formal complaint, the Nevada Gaming Control Board said the public backlash from the allegations damaged public confidence and trust in one of the state's most important sectors.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Oxy Stock Offers the Buffett Experience (Sort Of)
You'll get a high yield like him, but much of the Anadarko deal's benefits will go to him.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Social media companies still airing violent Trump video
Memes are transforming politics — and posing new challenges to social media companies grappling with their policies for political content.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Teens find circumventing Apple's parental controls is child's play
Apple's Screen Time is meant to give customers a way to control their kids' devices, but intrepid youngsters have exploited bugs and workarounds.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Neil Woodford Is a Calamity for All Stock-Pickers
Active fund managers are hoping their relative performance will pick up once the market runs out of steam. The evidence doesn't support them.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Macy's Makeover Can Begin With These Four Steps
A few suggestions for the venerable department store as it navigates one of its worst years ever.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

It's never been easier to avoid walking. A cargo-carrying robot might change that.
A new robot from a Boston start-up is designed to make walking easier by carrying your belongings for you.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

How to find the right rental option for your lifestyle
Renters these days have many options, including traditional apartment buildings, newer micro-units and single-family houses.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Google's new Pixel 4 phone uses radar to see you coming
It's not just face-detecting cameras and always-on microphones. Google's new flagship phone is the first to include a radar, too.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Eight Corporate Jets: What Is This, the ‘80s?
Activist investor D.E. Shaw puts Emerson Electric's crusty corporate habits on display. It's not a good look.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

The Technology 202: Social media companies still airing violent Trump video
YouTube and Facebook added age restrictions.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Trump talks tough on Turkish economy, but actions so far fall short
President Trump wasn't wrong Monday when he said he could "swiftly destroy Turkey's economy" if Washington's NATO ally continues its military incursion in northern Syria. But the modest sanctions he i...

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Who Are the Syrian Kurds the U.S. Is Abandoning?
U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to give a green light to a Turkish military offensive against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria effectively abandons one of America's closest allies in the fight against Islamic State to an uncertain future.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Why What Happens in Syria Matters Beyond Its Borders
The eight-year war for control of Syria has drawn in outside powers including the U.S., Russia, Iran and the European Union. In the latest chapter, Turkish tanks rolled into northeastern Syria to push back a Kurdish militia long seen as a key part of the U.S.-led international coalition that destroyed Islamic State's self-declared caliphate centered in Syria. What happens in this Middle Eastern country will continue to reverberate far beyond its fragile borders. Here are some reasons why.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

Only JPMorgan Can Fill WeWork's $47 Billion Hole
By offering the struggling unicorn a $5 billion rescue, it may seem like the bank is throwing good money after bad. It can't afford to do otherwise.

Washington Post Business
Oct 15, 2019

As Green Bonds Boom, So Do ‘Greenwashing' Worries
Trillions of dollars of investment are needed to combat global warming. Enter green bonds, a way for issuers to raise money specifically for environmentally friendly projects -- such as renewable energy or clean transport -- and to be able to boast about it publicly. Fund managers also like the notes as a way of meeting growing investor demand for sustainable options. The market, which opened slowly more than a decade ago, has boomed in recent years, helping spur development of other socially co

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

‘It's my escape.' How video games help people cope with disabilities.
These players have developed fame and friendship through online gaming.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Student tracking, secret scores: How college admissions offices rank prospects before they apply
Records reviewed by The Washington Post show that at least 44 public and private universities in the United States work with outside consulting companies to collect and analyze data on prospective students, either by tracking their Web activity or formulating predictive scores to measure each student's likelihood of enrolling. The vast majority of universities reviewed by The Post do not tell students the schools are collecting their information.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

In China, talk of ‘progress' and a ‘result,' but no mention of any trade deal with U.S.
The Chinese narrative about last week's trade talks differs sharply from President Trump's.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

When Amtrak called, I answered and got a travel voucher after a botched Acela trip
The power of tele-customer service meant I got my money's worth — and I almost didn't pick up the phone.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

When Will Boeing 737 Max Fly Again and More Questions
Two crashes within five months -- Lion Air Flight 610 in October 2018 off the coast of Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March outside Addis Ababa -- killed 346 people and led to a global grounding of Boeing Co.'s 737 Max jets, the fourth generation of a venerable brand first flown in 1967. Uncertainty over when it will fly again is rippling through the airline industry and Boeing's finances. The U.S. manufacturer's bill is $8.3 billion and rising, as it faces questions about the pl

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Whether you're a buyer or a seller, make sure your real estate agent represents your interests
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Whatever document a buyer or seller signs in connection with a purchase and a sale of a home, both should understand what they are signing, ask questions before signing and make sure that the terms of the representation are right for them.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Uber: The ride-hailing app that says it has ‘zero' drivers
Uber raised eyebrows last month when its chief lawyer asserted that "drivers' work is outside the usual course of Uber's business" in a call laying out the company's resistance to a California bill that would alter the employment status of many gig workers.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Violent spoof video of Trump killing his critics shows how memes have reshaped politics
The video's airing at a conservative event — and its mass sharing afterward — revealed how the once-fringe movements of online trolling and meme-making have helped reshape mainstream politics and the media.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Why Trudeau's Stumbles Point to Gridlock for Canada
In a tight Canadian election that will be remembered for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's self-inflicted wounds, one thing that seems clear is that neither of the two main parties is poised to win enough seats to form a majority government. Trudeau, leader of the Liberal Party, would have to join forces with the Green Party or the left-leaning New Democrats to stay in power for a second term. If the opposition Conservatives can muster the most seats by a good margin, their leader, Andrew Scheer,

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

On Bidens and Ukraine, Wild Claims With Little Basis
The phone call that landed U.S. President Donald Trump in a heap of trouble was supposed to cause a headache for his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Son, SoftBank Risk Too Much With WeWork Takeover
Salvaging a high-profile dud investment shouldn't become the Vision Fund's hill to die on.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Research group that discounted risks of red meat has ties to program partly backed by beef industry
The nutrition research group whose recent study drew heavy attention for downplaying the risks of red meat has received funding from a university program partially backed by the beef industry.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Lamborghini Looks at Some Ferrari-Style Engineering
Volkswagen's spin-off strategy is starting to look a lot like Sergio Marchionne's at Fiat. But the German giant needs to be a little bolder.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Medicare open enrollment starts Oct. 15. Do a checkup on your coverage.
For many people, the Medicare open-enrollment process can be confusing with its alphabet plans.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

How to include sensory elements in your home design
Consider what kind of ambiance you want in each room, then match a scent to it. Lavender might match a fresh and clean bathroom, vanilla may be cozy for the living room, sandalwood could be good for a relaxing bedroom.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

3 share Nobel Prize in economics for ‘experimental approach' to solving poverty
The prize was awarded to Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo of MIT, and Michael Kremer, an economist at Harvard.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Did Cable Cowboy John Malone Just Blink in a Deal?
Liberty Global might have just offered 500 million Swiss francs to not change the headline terms of the sale of its Swiss business to Sunrise.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Four tips from Squishy to finesse your match mechanics in Rocket League
Looking to improve on your mechanics? Want to grind to a higher rank? Here are some tips from one of Rocket League's top players.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Germany's Inconvenient Truth? It's Too Complicated
The country's economic woes are a symptom of a more deep-rooted growth problem, Harvard research shows.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Five simple Rainbow Six Siege tips to help first-timers stay alive and win
The game's pros clue in players on some easy ways to put the odds in their favor.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

You've been reading charts wrong. Here's how a pro does it.
We're awash in visual misinformation. Alberto Cairo wants to help you see the truth.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

What you do on the Internet is worth a lot. Exactly how much, nobody knows.
U.S. officials are struggling to quantify the value of digital activities and integrate those numbers into public policy.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

The Technology 202: Airbnb now part of Congress's debate over Silicon Valley's legal shield
Changes to Section 230 could extend into online marketplaces.

Washington Post Business
Oct 14, 2019

Thinking of returning to Minecraft? Here's what you need to know.
Before you grab your pickax, here's what Minecraft has added in recent years.

Washington Post Business
Oct 13, 2019

America's Great Shale Oil Boom Is Nearly Over
But another one is probably on the way, as the industry reaches adulthood.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2019

Congress Wants Information. Trump Says No. What Next?
The U.S. Congress has the power to demand testimony and documents and to hold accountable those who refuse to comply. As president, Donald Trump wields the power known as executive privilege to declare swaths of information off-limits to the legislative branch. These and other competing interests will define the coming weeks of legal and constitutional clashes as Democrats in the House of Representatives compile their case for impeaching Trump on the allegation he improperly solicited Ukraine's

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2019

How a female field inspector can stand up to harassment
Young but experienced inspector helps work sites comply with government regulations, but the culprits who lob age- and gender-based comments are often trying to cut corners on the job.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2019

Work Advice: How a female worksite inspector can stand up to sexist and ageist harassment
Young but experienced inspector helps work sites comply with government regulations, but the culprits who lob age- and gender-based comments are often trying to cut corners on the job.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2019

Tipping fatigue is real, especially for travelers
People really just want to know how much it's going to cost them, and tipping complicates that.

Washington Post Business
Oct 12, 2019

We're still taking better care of banks than people
There's got to be some despairing people thinking: "I wish I were the repo market because then policymakers would help me the minute I needed help."

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