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Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Asia-based Overwatch League teams flying to Los Angeles amid coronavirus outbreak
This was supposed to be the season teams moved out of LA, but now they're back.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Blizzard and Amazon are the latest to cancel GDC plans. Here's who's not going.
Kojima, Sony and EA are also among those who have scaled back or canceled their appearances at the event.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Clorox Bleach Beats 99% of Germs — and Stocks?
For a company that's in the slow-growth business of selling household cleaners, Clorox sure got expensive quick.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

D.C. open houses Feb. 29-March 1
A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Employers are adding high-tech solutions to solve a low-tech problem: Getting more sleep
Some employers are shifting from simply talking about better sleep — or giving employees tools to track it — to helping them with what to do about it.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Europe's Refugees
Europe tore down borders after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Then a flood of refugees in 2015 fleeing wars on its doorstep triggered Europe's biggest wave of displaced people since World War II and a crisis that put some of those fences back up. Years later, the political fallout continues with populist governments in countries such as Italy taking a hard-line stance on refugee arrivals. The 27-member European Union is deeply divided over how to handle asylum-seekers escaping conflict and

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

FCC proposes roughly $200 million in fines against wireless carriers for mishandling customers' location data
The fines proposed against AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile drew criticism from some regulators and watchdogs, who faulted the FCC for taking too long in its probe — and issuing too weak of a punishment.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Goldman Sachs CEO says it won't take a company public without diversity on its board
The new policy starts this summer, and will increase to two directors in 2021.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

In the Circular Economy, Products Are Designed to Be Recycled
Take, make, use, dispose. For decades, this has been the standard approach to production and consumption. Companies take raw materials and transform them into products, which are purchased by consumers, who ultimately toss them out, creating waste. But as warnings about climate change and environmental degradation grow ever louder, people are starting to challenge the sustainability of this model. Many business leaders and governments — including China, Japan and the U.K. — argue that we should

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

John F. Kennedy (among others) lived in this Georgetown house
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Federal-style house has been home to a future president and other prominent Georgetown residents.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Markets Are Pricing in a Coronavirus Recession
The deluge of business warnings around the coronavirus is alarming and a correction was overdue anyway. But is the world really headed for recession?

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Maryland open houses Feb. 29-March 1
A list of properties in Maryland that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

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Feb 28, 2020

Occidental Goes Skinny-Dipping in a Tsunami
Coronavirus exposes the oil company's drawbacks, including the cost of its assistance from Warren Buffett.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Plague, Inc. removed from China's App Store
The game casts players as a virus with the goal of wiping out the world's population.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

The fall of Deutsche Bank: Lies, greed, money laundering and Donald Trump
David Enrich tells an intriguing tale of what went wrong at the world's largest bank.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Trump officials discuss tax cuts, other emergency measures in hopes of tackling coronavirus fallout
Options being discussed internally include a payroll tax cut and calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Virginia open houses Feb. 29-March 1
A list of properties in Virginia that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

What Market Meltdown? Let's Do a $19 Billion Buyout
Advent and Cinven will have to strain every sinew to make their purchase of Thyssenkrupp's elevator business pay off.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Why Havens Might Not Be Safe When Everybody Rushes In
The coronavirus outbreak has set in motion a massive re-allocation of capital, as investors move money into so-called haven assets -- those thought to be safe in a global economic downturn. That's brought turmoil in stock markets, record low borrowing costs for the U.S. government and higher prices for gold bracelets. It could also be creating new sets of risks. If enough worried investors pile into an asset class to drive its price high enough, and worst-case scenarios don't come to pass, they

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Why NATO, at 70, Is Facing New Doubt and Criticism
Criticism of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has shaken seven decades of defense policy and raised questions about the continuing purpose and durability of the military alliance connecting the U.S., Canada and Europe. Among the concerns: Would an armed attack against any member country still be considered an attack against all? Does President Donald Trump's call for an expanded NATO role in the Mideast change the landscape? How should the alliance handle Turkey's military incursion into S

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Global markets, Wall Street drag out week-long free fall as coronavirus crisis worsens
On Thursday, all three U.S. indexes dropped into correction territory, and the Dow plunged nearly 1,200 points.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

A Best Buy program is doubling the price of items for some customers
Some employees express growing unease with "Progressive Leasing," which is being offered to customers who don't qualify for the retailer' credit card

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Feb 28, 2020

How IBM, Goldman Sachs, PwC and others are responding to the coronavirus threat to the global workplace
IBM controversially ended remote work for most employees three years ago, but is asking those in coronavirus-affected regions to "work at home wherever possible."

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2020

Disrupting the political landscape, one donation at a time
Christopher Tavlarides is intent on transforming Prytany and Crowdpac platforms into the "Venmo of politics."

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Best Buy calls it a ‘great offer.' Some employees disagree.
Employees contend that "Progressive Leasing," which is pitched to customers who don't qualify for the electronics chain's credit card, preys on financially vulnerable shoppers.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

The spread of coronavirus is shuttering film sets and closing theaters overseas
The epidemic has already shut down much of China and its film industry, affected production in Italy and could dampen the U.S. box office.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Stock markets' brutal week continues as virus spooks economy
The Dow plunged more than 1,000 points, and all three major U.S. indexes posted deep losses.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Wells Fargo fined $35 million in SEC settlement over investment advice
The fine comes as Wells Fargo struggles to repair its image after admitting to consumer abuses. The company reached a $3 billion settlement with the Justice Department and the SEC last week for opening millions of accounts without customers' consent.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

U.S. markets drop into correction territory, extending brutal week of losses
The Dow plunges more than 1,000 points, and all three major U.S. indexes post deep losses.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Under siege from the SEC, actor Steven Seagal finds he's not above the law
The actor failed to tell followers he was being paid to hawk cryptocurrency, regulators say.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

When gender-neutral pronouns make for heated conversation
Our supervisor suggests we have people share their chosen pronouns to make transgender and non-binary people more comfortable. But we find that awkward.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Mortgage rates head back down on coronavirus fears
The 30-year fixed-rate average fell to 3.45 percent but hasn't declined as rapidly as the 10-year Treasury yield.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Economic damage spreads as Europe confronts coronavirus
Along with disrupting major industries and turning trading screens red, the uncontrolled outbreak may also shake European politics by boosting nationalist sentiment.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Best Buy program gets shoppers to pay twice the list price on big-ticket items
Employees contend that "Progressive Leasing," which is pitched to customers who don't qualify for the electronics chain's credit card, preys on financially vulnerable shoppers.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

New database aims to expose companies that make employees arbitrate sexual harassment claims
Shannon Coulter, who campaigned for the boycott of retailers carrying Trump family products, is turning her advocacy to corporate policies on sexual harassment complaints.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Markets continue bad week, dip into correction territory
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq have all fallen at least 10 percent from their recent highs amid fears the outbreak will bring the economy to a grinding halt.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2020

Justice Department hints at legal action for Google over slow response to antitrust probe
The U.S. Department of Justice issued a rare, private rebuke of Google this week, faulting the tech giant for failing to turn over critical information to government officials who are investigating the search-and-advertising company for potential antitrust violations.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

If you want to save a cow, eat an Impossible Burger. Or stop eating cheese.
Beef sales set a record in 2019. Many of those burgers came from dairy cows.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Italy's economy was scary enough. Then came coronavirus.
Offices in Milan sit empty, while foreign tourists cancel trips to Venice.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Wall Street extends losses as spread of coronavirus outside China picks up
Investors are increasingly waking up to the potential fallout of an outbreak that has claimed thousands of lives, upended global supply chains, dramatically slowed travel, and taken a bite out of corporate earnings.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Wall Street extends losses as coronavirus spread outside China picks up
Investors are increasingly waking up to the potential fallout of an outbreak that has claimed thousands of lives, upended global supply chains, dramatically slowed travel, and taken a bite out of corporate earnings.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Toyota forges on with fuel cells, despite false starts
While plug-in electric cars have exploded in popularity, thousands of California drivers have turned to hydrogen — with mixed results.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

If you want to save a cow, eat an Impossible Burger. Or quit cheese.
Beef sales set a record in 2019. Many burgers came from aging dairy cows.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Congressional leaders launch emergency spending talks for coronavirus response
White House officials continued to defend their approach, but lawmakers have pushed the Trump administration to be more aggressive.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

BP is pulling out of three trade groups over climate policies
The move comes after the oil giant vowed to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

Coronavirus spread sends global markets reeling as Wall Street looks for a comeback
Dow futures are pointing green after the blue chip index endured its worst two-day slump in four years.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2020

In a surprise move, Disney chief executive Robert Iger steps down and is replaced by a theme-park lieutenant
Iger has long been planning retirement and had postponed a scheduled departure date several times. But Tuesday's news that he would leave his post immediately and become executive chairman sent shock waves through the industry.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

The coronavirus is tanking the stock market. Here's what not to do.
Don't panic and jump out of the stock market, even if you are retired. Experts say you should hang in.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

Banks made $233.1 billion in profits in 2019, regulator says
Lower interest rates led to a slight decline in earnings, the first time the banking industry saw a full-year drop in profits since 2013.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

Zombie debt: CFPB proposal could trick consumers into bringing dead debts back to life
Debt collectors lose the right in many states to sue consumers after a few years. The new proposal would let debt collectors keep trying to recoup the money as long as they tell consumers upfront that they can no longer be sued.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

You can borrow for retirement. It's called a reverse mortgage.
Seniors looking for money to supplement their retirement income might consider a reverse mortgage. But be careful to consider the costs and downsides of this type of loan.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

White House asks Congress for $1.8 billion to bolster coronavirus response
The emergency spending request includes $1.25 billion in new funds and access to $535 million that had been set aside to fight Ebola.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

U.S., global markets plunge as coronavirus cases spike outside China
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq are in steep decline as the deadly outbreak expands in South Korea, Italy and Iran.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

U.S. companies face crucial test over China's factory shutdown
Manufacturers are struggling to get enough workers, protective masks and raw materials to spring back to life.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

U.S. markets bounce, then fall one day after coronavirus-fueled sell-off
The Dow jumped 150 points at the open but quickly lost those gains and sank 250 points in the red by mid-morning.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

Amtrak is making ‘saver' tickets nonrefundable, embracing airlines-like fare policy
New rules begin March 1, ending flexibility to rebook low-end fares — an option that has set the railroad apart from air travel.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

CFPB proposal would allow debt collectors to call you about old bills
The CFPB estimates that millions of consumers are contacted about old debts that are no longer legally enforceable every year.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

This chart is the best explanation of middle-class finances you will ever see
Can't understand why people feel financially stressed in a booming economy? Check this chart out.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2020

In South Carolina, anti-poverty program is recast as reparations
South Carolina congressman James Clyburn proposed a race-neutral anti-poverty program a decade ago. Presidential candidates recast it as compensation for slavery.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2020

Stalled mega power project in central Mexico stirs discord
The thermo-electric plant looms over Huexca, a farm hamlet in central Mexico where many people view it as a sleeping monster.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2020

Canada's Teck Resources withdraws application for controversial mine, days before government decision
Move saved Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from having to make a no-win decision.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Before pardon, Michael Milken rebuilt legacy to focus on charity
Milken made a fortune pioneering the use of "junk bonds" before pleading guilty to six charges and spending two years in prison.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

This firm's tax move looks shady, but it isn't
A tax benefit for donating stock perhaps will spur other companies to make similar donations of appreciated holdings.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

If you earn more than $100,000 and haven't paid your taxes, the IRS may come knocking
Agency officials want to bring delinquent taxpayers into compliance.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

In all-caps tweet, Trump vows new farm bailouts as China purchases appear weaker than promised
Trump claimed the bailout would be paid for by "MASSIVE TARIFF MONEY COMING INTO THE USA!," igniting new criticisms.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Parts of Hanford nuclear waste site have not been inspected in 50 years, government auditors say
A report released Thursday by the Government Accountability Office found structural deficiencies in buildings that are used to house nuclear waste at a former plutonium plant in rural Washington state.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

If you earn more than $100,000 and haven't paid your taxes, an IRS officer may soon show up at your front door
Agency officials want to bring delinquent taxpayers into compliance.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Google redraws the borders on maps depending on who's looking
Google alters maps under political pressure and the whims of tech executives. Contract employees say as "disputed region team" addresses more prickly matters.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Few rules for political ads on Hulu, Roku
Four years after Russian agents exploited popular online services to push propaganda, sow unrest and promote the candidacy of now-President Trump, the U.S. government has made no progress in bringing more transparency to paid political speech.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

For Elon Musk, a journey toward redemption
In a span of two years, Musk has reversed his fortunes from the days when he was dogged by regulatory scrutiny and questions over his ability to lead Tesla and SpaceX.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

As Treasury bonds hit historic low, tale of two markets and an uncertain U.S. economy emerges
In a sign that investors are uncommonly nervous, the bond yields on Friday flirted with historic lows. The drops have revived the recession fears of last summer.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Burger King's new ad campaign shows a Whopper get consumed by mold. Seriously.
The fast-food chain has removed preservatives from 90 percent of its ingredients. To celebrate, it wants you to watch a Whopper mold.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Parts of Hanford nuclear waste site have not been inspected in 50 years, audit shows
Companies responsible for cleaning up a decommissioned plutonium plant in rural Washington state failed to conduct comprehensive safety checks at facilities containing nuclear waste, even after a 2017 tunnel collapse put surrounding communities on lockdown, government auditors reported.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Ring and Nest helped normalize American surveillance and turned us into a nation of voyeurs
People who own Ring, Nest and other Web-connected cameras say they've reshaped their daily awareness around what's going on at home. But all that added vigilance has come at a surprising cost.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Markets sink as evidence of coronavirus fallout continues
The virus has taken a toll on earnings and global manufacturing, sending investors scrambling for safe havens such as gold.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Trump slams Hollywood for giving best picture to a foreign film. But the man who funded its Oscar run is a car tycoon from Texas.
President Trump lamented Oscar voters' recent decision to name "Parasite," the Korean-language thriller, as this year's best picture. But it turns out "Parasite" won thanks to the backing of the very type of all-American character Trump complained the Oscars overlooked — a Texas car-dealership mogul.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Weighing in on the ‘lazy' employee
Readers respond to a recent column about an employee fed up with a co-worker shopping and texting on the clock.

Washington Post Business
Feb 22, 2020

Wells Fargo reaches $3 billion settlement with DOJ, SEC over fake-accounts scandal
The settlement addresses systemic consumer abuses sparked by the bank's admission in 2016 that it had opened millions of fake accounts customers didn't want.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Why one company's tax move seems shady but isn't
A tax benefit for donating stock perhaps will spur other companies to make similar donations of appreciated holdings

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Wells Fargo nears SEC, DOJ settlement over fake-accounts scandal
The settlement would address accusations of systemic consumer abuses sparked by the bank's admission in 2016 that it had opened millions of fake accounts customers didn't want.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Trump vows new farm bailouts as China purchases appear weaker than promised
The president tweeted that the bailout would be paid for by "MASSIVE TARIFF MONEY COMING INTO THE USA!," igniting new criticisms.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

President Trump targeted Hollywood for giving best picture to a foreign film. But the man who funded its Oscar run is a car tycoon from Texas.
President Trump on Thursday lamented Oscar voters' recent decision to name "Parasite," the Korean-language thriller, as this year's best picture. But it turns out "Parasite" won thanks to the backing of the very type of All-American character Trump complained the Oscars overlooked — a Texas car-dealership mogul.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Dow sinks as evidence of coronavirus fallout continues to emerge
The virus has taken a toll on earnings and global manufacturing, sending investors scrambling for safe havens such as gold.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

How Elon Musk went from sleeping in the factory to being on the cusp of launching a crew into space
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO has put a raft of controversies in his rearview mirror.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

China could buy far less from U.S. farms than forecast, USDA estimate suggests
The agency's chief economist projected that farm exports to China would reach roughly $14 billion in the year that ends Sept. 30, a $4 billion increase from one year ago, but far short of what White House officials said would result from the recently announced "Phase One" trade deal.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Sanders implies Russia, not his supporters, may be to blame for online vitriol. Experts aren't so sure.
Sanders' language was indirect, offered on the debate stage here as his opponents faulted him for the behavior of his most strident fans. It quickly drew criticism from experts in disinformation, who said they had no evidence that the Kremlin had masqueraded as Sanders voters.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

PlayStation and Facebook cancel GDC plans, citing coronavirus concerns
Coronavirus outbreak keeps two games industry juggernauts from attending GDC.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

L Brands CEO Wexner out as private equity firm takes over Victoria's Secret
Wexner has faced recent scrutiny for his ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

Mike Bloomberg sure looks like he owned the debate — in an edited video released by Mike Bloomberg
Bloomberg tweeted a clip in which he asks a question at the debate and drives his rival candidates to slack-jawed staring, but it didn't happen that way in reality.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

In Nevada, a last-minute scramble to make voting technology work
Nevada's Democratic Party cobbled together its own system using iPads and Google software after Iowa's caucus debacle.

Washington Post Business
Feb 21, 2020

White House advisers privately float minimum tax on corporations amid blowback over 2017 GOP law
White House advisers drafting middle class tax cuts for Trump's "tax cut 2.0" are eyeing a new minimum tax on corporations.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Victoria's Secret to be sold by L Brands as CEO Les Wexner steps down
Wexner has faced recent scrutiny for his ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Walmart posts disappointing holiday sales, says it is keeping a close watch on the coronavirus
With $524 billion in annual sales, the Arkansas-based retailer is a bellwether for the rest of the industry.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

5 factors that led to Victoria's Secret's fall
Shopping malls, Jeffrey Epstein and a barrage of provocative marketing have all hurt the lingerie brand, analysts say.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Burger King wants you to watch a Whopper consumed by mold. It's a new ad campaign. Seriously.
The fast-food chain has removed preservatives from 90 percent of its ingredients. To celebrate, it wants you to watch a Whopper mold.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Bloomberg's new plan to crack down on Wall Street includes financial transactions tax
Bloomberg has faced a backlash for an interview in which he blamed the 2008 financial crisis on politicians who had pushed to end racially discriminatory mortgage-lending policies known as "redlining."

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Here's that Medicare-for-all study Bernie Sanders keeps bringing up
A single-payer health care system would save more than 68,000 lives and $450 billion a year, a newly published study in The Lancet shows.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Dressing for the campaign trail can be tough for female candidates. M.M. LaFleur is lending free clothes to ease the burden.
The retailer whose mission is to "take the work out of dressing for work" wants to help ease the burden for female candidates this election season.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Get your financial files in order. Those who may need them later will be grateful.
This chore might not spark joy, but organizing your financial papers will mean a great deal less trouble for whoever handles your affairs should be die or become incapacitated.

Washington Post Business
Feb 20, 2020

Global markets shudder as Apple's warning deepens coronavirus fallout
Growing cracks in China's supply chain are disrupting the world's most powerful companies and threatening economic growth.

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