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Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

A two-page White House ‘race' memo became a flash point in Tuesday's debate
Trump wanted to ban federal agency training on ‘critical race theory,' but agencies have scrambled and stumbled.

Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

Remdesivir may not cure coronavirus, but it's on track to make billions for Gilead
The commercial success of remdesivir, despite its narrow benefit for hospitalized coronavirus patients, highlights the lack of potent tools for doctors six months into the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

Right-wing extremists take to social media to celebrate Trump's ‘stand by' comment


Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

The NBA's bubble held for two months. League executives won't celebrate for two more weeks.


Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

Why People Have Had Enough of Lockdowns


Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

Joe Kaeser's Retirement Gift at Siemens: A Rusty Mercedes?


Washington Post Business
Sep 30, 2020

Prepare for a Fight Over This Fund Management Asset


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Employers are adding high-tech solutions to solve a low-tech problem: Getting more sleep


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Judge suggests Trump administration overreached in TikTok case


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Not Even Disney Can Live on Dreams Forever


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

SpaceX is reinforcing heat shield of its Dragon spacecraft ahead of planned October flight


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Don't be like Trump: Deducting hairstyling and home expenses from your taxes could get you in trouble with the IRS


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

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Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Disney lays off 28,000 as coronavirus slams its theme-park business


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Silicon Valley surveillance company Palantir to go public Wednesday on New York Stock Exchange


Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

TikTok was just the beginning: Trump administration is stepping up scrutiny of past Chinese tech investments
The emailed requests for information are being sent by a new enforcement arm of the government committee that monitors foreign investment for national-security risks. The same committee advised Trump to order ByteDance to divest TikTok's U.S. business.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Craving for community drives buyers to active adult developments
Even with pandemic restrictions, many seek a chance for recreation, socializing, and entertainment

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Hot-Desking Is a Good Way to Lose Your Best Staff
Employees' demands for flexible working will include spacious offices. Given the relative savings, slashing floor space is a false economy.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

SpaceX reinforcing heat shield of its Dragon spacecraft ahead of planned October flight
The heat shield showed more erosion than expected on the Dragon capsule that returned from the International Space Station in August.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Profitable Losses, or How Trump Trimmed His Taxes
How does a billionaire pay next to nothing in federal income taxes? The simple answer is by losing money. But a New York Times report on how President Donald Trump has consistently whittled down his tax liability, paying just $750 in 2016 and again in 2017, shows how complicated that approach can be in practice. Many of the tax breaks laid out in the Times' Sept. 27 story are not only legal but common, raising questions of the fairness of the tax system in general.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

JPMorgan Chase to pay $920 million to resolve illegal trading cases
The penalty is the largest ever imposed for "spoofing" and resolves inquiries by multiple federal agencies.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Overwatch, Call of Duty League teams can defer multimillion-dollar franchise fees due to covid-19
The offer by Activision Blizzard is an acknowledgement that competitive gaming faces some serious financial challenges because the novel coronavirus has made in-person events near impossible to conduct.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Spoofing Is a Silly Name for Serious Market Rigging: QuickTake
It's a new crime but it isn't new. It has a silly name but it's no joke. Spoofing, a way to manipulate financial markets for illegitimate profit, is blamed for undermining the integrity of trading and contributing to the scariest crash since the financial crisis. Spoofers trick other investors into buying or selling by entering their own buy or sell orders with no intention of filling them. That creates fake demand that pushes prices up or down. Long considered disreputable but rarely dangerous,

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Uber Would Be a Lifeline for Virus-Hit Daimler and BMW
The ride-hailing company's interest in its main European rival Free Now should come as a relief to the storied German giants.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Urged to back up pledges for racial justice, 34 major firms commit to disclose government workforce data
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who advises the city's public retirement funds, said Monday that 34 companies -- some of which had refused to release their government diversity reports as recently as last year -- would disclose their full EEO-1 data by March 2021.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Now is not the time to mess with Social Security
With the stock markets on a wild ride for much of 2020, the predictability and reliability of Social Security are more important to Americans than ever.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Madoff Clawbacks Point to a Recipe for Fairness
It may seem harsh to take back profits from investors who were unaware of the scam. But the alternative is worse.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Quality Offices Will Attract Quality People
Employees' demands for flexible working will include spacious offices. Given the relative savings, slashing floor space is a false economy.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Going from townhouse to a real dream home in Jack's Run
Purcellville community offers many unique amenities in the less commercial countryside of Loudoun County.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Postal Service workers quietly resist DeJoy's changes with eye on election
Many USPS employees workers see recent cost-cutting changes that have slowed mail delivery as violating the spirit, if not the letter, of that law.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Pet-friendly home design choices
TOWN SQUARE | If you have a tan-colored dog, opt for a tan sofa, and if you have a black dog, get a black sofa.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

A look at the shovels you need in your arsenal and how to clean them
ASK THE BUILDER | Some sand and motor oil could keep them looking like new.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Should We Have Corona Lockdowns Just for the Old?
The answer is no. But we should make it much easier for anybody who voluntarily wants to isolate to do so.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Why Malaysia's Politics Are Messy and What's at Stake
Malaysia's first transfer of power in six decades was hailed as a milestone for transparency, free speech and racial tolerance in the multiethnic Southeast Asian state. Two years later the young coalition collapsed amid an all-too-familiar mix of political intrigue and horse trading that stems in part from an entrenched system of affirmative-action policies that critics say fosters cronyism and identity-based politics. The political upheaval has brought back elements of the old regime into a sha

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Why Stakes Are Raised in the Azeri-Armenian Conflict
Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh has broken out repeatedly since Armenians seized control of the territory and surrounding areas from Azerbaijan, in a war that started soon after the 1991 collapse of the former Soviet Union, killing more than 30,000 people and displacing another 1 million. Despite decades of mediation by the U.S., Russia and France, no peace accord was ever signed. The latest bout of fighting that started Sept. 27 differs from many previous skirmishes since the end of the war in 1

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Docomo Buyout Shows Dumb Pipes No Longer Cut It
Protection from public markets could help the wireless operator renovate its business model and weather the coming storm of 5G and price cuts.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Cambridge Analytica database identified Black voters as ripe for ‘deterrence,' British broadcaster says
Britain's Channel 4 News says it has obtained a database prepared for the 2016 Trump campaign on 200 million Americans.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Federal judge in Pennsylvania joins chorus of courts barring USPS from delivery cuts
The injunction issued is the fourth such ruling against the agency in 11 days.

Washington Post Business
Sep 29, 2020

Behind the Apple Versus Fortnite App Store Battle
A little over a century ago, the most significant antitrust case of the era concerned the commodity that was reshaping society: oil. Perhaps it's a sign of our times that a potentially landmark battle with antitrust implications is shaping up over digital pickaxes. The court case involving Apple Inc. and Epic Games Inc., the maker of the popular video game Fortnite, is the result of the gamemaker's rebellion against rules and fees set by Apple in its role of gatekeeper for apps on its iPhones an

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

How Trump's taxes compare to those of other presidents
Jimmy Carter voluntarily paid $6,000 in 1976 despite a zero tax bill, while other recent predecessors typically paid tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

How Do People Catch Covid-19? Here's What Experts Say: QuickTake
In most cases, it's impossible to pinpoint how someone caught SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19. It is too small to see with the naked eye, so its infectious journey can't be tracked from one person to another. That leaves scientists and health authorities gleaning the most likely transmission pathways from the available evidence and what's known about how other respiratory pathogens spread. Close personal contact with infected people via mouth and nose secretions was thought to b

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Judge suggests Trump administration overreach in TikTok case
The Trump administration is trying to prohibit personal communications in the TikTok case, a judge said, which is not allowed under the act Trump used.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

‘NBA 2K21' review: Why should I buy this game (again)?
There are few updates worth noting and even the rosters have stayed stagnant due to the covid-19 delay in the 2019-20 season.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Amazon's Pandemic Prime Day Adds to Retailers' Scary October
What happens when back-to-school, Halloween and holiday sales all meet in the same month, with Prime Day right in the middle? We're about to find out.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Democrats seek investigation into Pentagon's coronavirus fund following Washington Post article
House and Senate Democrats criticized a Defense Department decision to repurpose $1 billion in coronavirus funds and spend it on defense capabilities.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Fate of Oregon's timber industry hangs in the balance
The combination of pandemic and fires is a guarantee of uncertainty for a timber industry that is scrambling to adapt.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Want to succeed at real estate investing? Learn to build your network.
Being comfortable socializing is key to building your relationships.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Wealth gaps between Black and White families persisted even at the height of the economic expansion
Last year, the median and mean wealth for Black families was less than 15 percent that of White families, according to the 2019 Survey of Consumer Finances.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Should you hire a real estate lawyer when buying a newly built home?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Of course, if you lawyer, it will cost you money and there is a balance between how much you should pay and the risk of having something happen and then paying to fix it down the line.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

A 28-Year Old Billionaire Wins the SPAC Lottery
Hyliion's founder Thomas Healy is about to get very rich. So is the SPAC sponsor taking his truck parts company public.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Poll: USPS should be run like a public service, not a business, Americans say 2-to-1
The Postal Service continues to rate favorably despite recent delivery backlogs and President Trump's attacks on voting by mail, according to the Washington Post-University of Maryland poll.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

One-bedroom, one-bathroom condos in D.C.'s Trinidad priced from $284,900 to $414,900
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The condos have open floor plans with wide plank white oak hardwood flooring, wood cabinets in the kitchen and bathrooms, a tile backsplash in the kitchen, quartz counters and LED lighting.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Outdoor dining has helped restaurants avoid disaster. But winter is coming.
Restaurants are scrambling for solutions — yet again — before they face what one chef called an "extinction event."

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Stimulus payment deadlines you can't afford to miss if you're still waiting for financial relief
Tens of millions of Americans have gotten the stimulus payments. But some people are still waiting for their relief, either for dependent children or because they earn too little to file a tax return.

Washington Post Business
Sep 28, 2020

Rival Premier League fans have long shared this soccer bar. Now it is in trouble.
Amid the economic fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic, soccer adversaries have joined forces to raise money for their beloved tavern.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

SMIC Joins the Big Bath of China Security Threats
Hawks in the Trump administration look to be taking advantage of the upcoming election to ramp up their list of targets.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

No One's Too Big to Fail in China's Property Market
Beijing has set strict guidelines to protect the real-estate sector. Luckily many developers are in the clear.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Judge blocks TikTok ban in second ruling against Trump's efforts to curb popular Chinese services
TikTok has received a second extension on the ban that would remove it from U.S. app stores as it scrambles to complete a deal with Oracle and Walmart.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Modi's Vodafone Loss Gives India a Stark Choice
The country has a chance to repair its anti-investor image by accepting defeat in the long-running tax dispute.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

El Pentágono utilizó dinero destinado a cubrebocas para fabricar motores de avión y chalecos antibalas
Poco después de que el Congreso aprobara entregarle mil millones de dólares, el Pentágono comenzó a asignar dinero relacionado con la pandemia a contratistas de defensa.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Not so fast, urban exodus: Coronavirus could make New York and San Francisco great places to live again
With some employers offering work from home on a permanent basis, and others offering more space and privacy to the workers who do come in, office rents are projected to fall. And those lower prices could make New York and San Francisco affordable and livable again.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

TikTok push showcases ‘central planner' Trump and his hands-on approach to world's largest economy
The whirl of presidential action reflects Trump's determination to command the $19 trillion U.S. economy with the same hands-on vigor he brought to his Manhattan real estate firm.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Oil Heavyweights Look Ready for a Showdown
Saudi Arabia and Russia don't agree on how to approach faltering oil demand. We've already seen where such a standoff can lead.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Nationals fans lost their ballpark this season. They lost their World Series celebration, too.
Has baseball been this soothing lighthouse, a guide toward a sliver of normal in the novel coronavirus pandemic? Or, in Washington, did it only lead to more stress?

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Montana judge ousts Trump's temporary Bureau of Land Management director, casting doubt on range of decisions
A Montana judge ruled Friday that William Perry Pendley, the effective director of the Bureau of Land Management, had failed to get Senate approval and had stayed beyond the limit allowed under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998. As a result, his actions while at BLM for more than a year might be invalid, throwing into doubt a wide range of decisions.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

Miners Carve Themselves an Ugly Heritage
Rio Tinto's demolition of a 46,000-year-old Australian site has highlighted the need to better protect Aboriginal land rights.

Washington Post Business
Sep 27, 2020

U.S. restricts tech exports to China's biggest semiconductor manufacturer in escalation of trade tensions
U.S. companies have been notified that they will now need a license to export certain technology to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., according to a copy of the Commerce Department letter reviewed by The Washington Post.

Washington Post Business
Sep 26, 2020

The Future of Luxury Is in Wellness, Watches and Possibly Weed
There's reason to be optimistic that the luxury goods industry will rebound from Covid-19, but expect an M&A frenzy when it does.

Washington Post Business
Sep 26, 2020

One Pandemic Later, Direct Listings See Some Blue Sky
Hot technology startups have traditionally raised the cash they needed to break into the big time through initial public offerings. IPOs became synonymous with instant wealth for company founders and those lucky enough to buy those shiny new shares. Then music-streaming service Spotify Technology SA went a different route, going public through a method called direct listing. Why a direct listing? While Spotify didn't need new cash, its investors wanted to cash out. Workplace messaging platform S

Washington Post Business
Sep 26, 2020

If We Can't Ban Nukes, Let's Stigmatize Them
A UN treaty to eliminate nuclear weapons has no chance whatsoever of achieving its stated goal. We should support it all the more.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

87 percent of websites are tracking you. This new tool will let you run a creepiness check.
You can scan any website for privacy — trackers, cookies, and even keyloggers — with the free Blacklight from The Markup.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

One Pandemic Later, Direct Listings See Some Blue Sky: QuickTake
Hot technology startups have traditionally raised the cash they needed to break into the big time through initial public offerings. IPOs became synonymous with instant wealth for company founders and those lucky enough to buy those shiny new shares. Then music-streaming service Spotify Technology SA went a different route, going public through a method called direct listing. Why a direct listing? While Spotify didn't need new cash, its investors wanted to cash out. Workplace messaging platform S

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

USPS close to settlement with 19 states on election mail, service delays, sources say
State officials hope an agreement will act as a firewall against challenges from President Trump on the legitimacy of vote-by-mail.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

‘Hades' is a storytelling masterclass with ample lessons for other games
Good writing can rescue you from routine.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Here's how League of Legends Esports plans to keep its players safe from covid-19 at Worlds
What happens to the competition if a player tests positive for covid-19? Riot says it hasn't yet decided.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Investors Gamble on a Bidding War for William Hill
Apollo is facing off with former LBO Caesars Entertainment for U.K. bookie William Hill. The last time it got into such a situation, it ended badly.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

How the U.K. Is Joining Nations Fighting to Save Jobs
Governments facing a choice between supporting jobs or letting the economy take its course in the pandemic are frequently opting to back their workers, even if measures may only offer temporary relief. U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak's introduction of a new six-month scheme to subsidize wages of people in part-time work, even as an earlier program was being phased out, is just one example of a global phenomenon.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

China's Finance World Opens Up to Foreigners, Sort Of
Even as the trade war was crimping the flow of goods between the U.S. and China, the Chinese government was opening doors in another arena: Inviting in more foreign banks, insurance providers and other financial services companies. China has also been making it easier for foreigners to buy its stocks and bonds — something many fund managers are required to do now that major index compilers are including Chinese assets in their gauges -- to the growing dismay of some U.S. politicians. The take-up

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Covid's Emotional Toll on the World's Youngsters
A new survey lays bare the intangible consequences of illness, lockdown and quarantine on the world's children.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Small investors have pushed big companies toward social change. A new SEC rule will limit their influence.
Shareholder proposals from small investors are credited with pushing big companies to improve their record over the past decade on social issues such as climate change, social justice and human rights.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Why Modi's Laws to Liberalize Farming Worry Farmers
New legislation in India aims to fundamentally overhaul the way farm goods are produced and sold in the country of 1.3 billion people, almost half of whom depend on agriculture for their livelihood. A decades-old system of farmers selling mainly through state-run wholesale markets is being opened up in what Prime Minister Narendra Modi says marks a watershed moment that will help make India more self-reliant. Opposition parties and even one of Modi's allies say it will leave those working the la

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

A landmark house, a world-class garden
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Seilheimers prepare to leave their stately hilltop haven in Orange, Va.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

How Harley-Davidson Lost Its Rumble in India
Departure of the American motorcycle icon reflects poorly on both company and Modi's economic program.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

How the Virus Can Stall China's Electric Vehicle Plan
Before the coronavirus outbreak, 2020 was to be a crucial year for automakers selling electric vehicles in China, with several industry titans opening factories and rolling out new models. The country already has more EVs than any other, thanks to government policies encouraging production and generous subsidies to help consumers buy them. But sales had been sputtering even before the pandemic due to a slowing economy. While electrification may be an irreversible trend, the shift is slow.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Stop telling Black people we could close the wealth gap if we valued education more
Black parents feel it's very important that their children earn a college degree, Michelle Singletary writes. But a degree doesn't necessarily confer the same advantages it does for Whites.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

How the U.K. Is Joining Nations Fighting to Save Jobs: QuickTake
Governments facing a choice between supporting jobs or letting the economy take its course in the pandemic are frequently opting to back their workers, even if measures may only offer temporary relief. U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak's introduction of a new six-month scheme to subsidize wages of people in part-time work, even as an earlier program was being phased out, is just one example of a global phenomenon.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Getting Real About Electric Cars,  Batteries and Hype
The GM-Nikola fiasco should make investors take a harder look at where the value really lies.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Banker Culture Slips In the Pandemic
Bank executives are worried about continued remote working. After all, being away from the office is bound to affect how employees behave.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Chanel Designs a Fabulously Fashionable Bond
The luxury company's debut debt will pay out a penalty if Chanel fails to hit its green targets. That's to be applauded.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

What's at Stake in Chile Debate Over New Constitution
Citizens of Chile are scheduled to vote Oct. 25 on a referendum that may clear the way for a re-write of the country's constitution, a key demand stemming from a period of civil unrest in late 2019. Polls show support for a new constitution at about 70%, though the issue is provoking acrimonious debate. For those on the left, overhauling the charter drawn up during the 1973-1990 military dictatorship is the only way to hold together a nation riven by months of violent protests and secure improve

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Who's Succeeding Against the Coronavirus and Why
Eight months after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global health emergency, countries around the world have seen vastly different results from their efforts to fight the pandemic. The outcomes have been driven by factors both in and out of the control of individual nations, with some common threads emerging:

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

Virus's unseen hot zone: The American farm
As American growers harvested summer crops, the migration of seasonal farmworkers who were infected with the virus represented a growing health and humanitarian crisis.

Washington Post Business
Sep 25, 2020

The new corporate swag: Branded masks, sanitizer spray bottles and Zoom vanity light rings
For businesses such as Lemonade, whose executives appeared in branded masks for their IPO, it's a chance to demonstrate their socially conscious identity

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

This $3.4 Billion Suez Crisis Looked Avoidable
Weeks of backroom talks have only led to an increasingly bitter feud.

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

WeWork proposes post-coronavirus changes to shared-office layouts
The plan calls for "buffer seating," sanitizer stations in common rooms and one-way hallway traffic patterns to avoid "bottlenecks"

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

Study: D.C. is among the least affordable places to buy a home
TOWN SQUARE | In the District, the median household income covers 13.5 percent of the median home price.

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

Supreme Court brinkmanship, ‘anarchist' cities are latest stops on road to autocracy
Experts on authoritarianism have expressed alarm over the use of federal powers and agencies to monitor, attack and punish perceived political opponents.

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

The companies that are pledging not to lay off workers amid the coronavirus unemployment crisis
A record 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. But some companies pledged to hold off on job cuts, and are offering workers a financial cushion.

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

Publicly traded firms paid dividends, bought their own stock after receiving PPP loans to pay employees
Financial records show that a number of publicly traded firms paid dividends and bought back stock after receiving taxpayer-backed SBA loans.

Washington Post Business
Sep 24, 2020

Netflix Needs Its Own ‘90 Day Fiance'
Discovery Inc. is quietly nailing guilty-pleasure reality-TV programming on its TLC and HGTV channels. Netflix and HBO should take notice.

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