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Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Biogen Stays the Wrong Course After a Key Drug Failure
A spotty R&D track record, especially on Alzheimer's, calls for a strategic shift.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 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
Apr 24, 2019

Twitter launches reporting tool to curb misinformation during campaigns
It allows users to flag posts that attempt to mislead users about registering to vote or cast a ballot; identification requirements; and the date and time of an election.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Why Germany's Wirecard Is No Stranger to Controversy
German payments company Wirecard AG has been a hot growth story since Chief Executive Officer Markus Braun masterminded a string of acquisitions that doubled its revenue. Then its shares plunged more than 40 percent in early 2019 after allegations of accounting fraud surfaced. The company repeatedly denied wrongdoing and said an internal investigation cleared it of material faults. On April 24, it won a $1 billion investment from Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. Yet authorities in Germany and Singap

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Why That European Bank M&A Wave Faces Huge Hurdles
Is Europe's long-awaited banking industry consolidation finally at hand? It might look like that, with merger talks between Germany's Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG, and Italian, French and Dutch competitors eyeing their own moves for the smaller lender. But key hurdles -- such as the lack of continent-wide rules and a large dose of nationalism -- haven't gone away.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

AT&T Redefines Messy as It Slogs Through Its Media Merger
First-quarter results are overshadowed by all the moving parts.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

How Trump's Tax Returns Could Become Public
Though candidates for the U.S. presidency aren't required by law to show voters their tax returns, they almost always do so as a gesture of personal disclosure. Donald Trump is a rare exception. During his campaign, and in more than two years as president, he has declined to make public his tax documents. Now opposition Democrats, who took control of the U.S. House of Representatives in January, want to use their new power to get them.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

SAP May Need a Massive Buyback to Sing Elliott's Tune
The tech company's recent improvements to profitability don't seem to be enough to deliver what Elliott wants.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Junk Bonds Vex Portfolios, But Investors Love Them
Their recent surge in popularity leaves high-yield debt buyers unusually vulnerable.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Millions of refugees need broadband, too
A new U.N. report makes clear that the lack of connectivity among those displaced from their homes, and often their countries, is particularly acute.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Credit Suisse Hides the Secrets of Its Success
The Swiss bank's trading performance was impressive, but the crucial ITS venture is opaque and its "landmark transactions" may be lumpy.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Deutsche Bank and GAM Cause a Ripple of Excitement
Deal fervor has finally descended on Europe's asset management industry. That could be good news for Deutsche's DWS and Switzerland's GAM.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Walmart's British Deal Isn't Dead. It's Resting
Asda's next steps could include a purchase by private equity. When the exit comes, Sainsbury can be ready to pounce.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

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

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Twitter launches reporting tool to curb misinformation during elections
It allows users to flag posts that attempt to mislead users about registering to vote or cast a ballot; identification requirements; and the date and time of an election.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

They asked artificial intelligence to create a game. One of its first ideas involved exploding Frisbees.
A less dangerous idea resulted in Speedgate, a sport that blends elements of rugby, croquet, soccer and Ultimate Frisbee.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Hong Kong's Autonomy
Hong Kong is an island of free speech and civil liberties in an authoritarian sea. It is not, however, a democracy. Citizens have never had the power to choose their top leader, neither as part of China since 1997 nor as an outpost of the British Empire for 156 years before that. In 2014, the prospect of the first direct election of Hong Kong's leader, or "chief executive," increased the tension between a yearning for autonomy and China's demand for loyalty, triggering 79 days of street protests

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Overall, massive tax overhaul hasn't hurt home values
Studies show slowdown in sales but no net price declines.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Masayoshi Son Is No Simple Opportunist
The SoftBank founder's investment in a German payments company fits  his Big Vision.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 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
Apr 24, 2019

Save Indian Capitalism From Indian Capitalists
Banks and capital markets too often give tycoons a free pass to destroy companies such as Jet Airways.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Snap Enters Its Rorschach Phase: You See What You Want
Its earnings had plenty of evidence for optimists and pessimists alike.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

For Private Equity, Japan Still Beats China
The country presents more attractive targets, for reasons that are as much political as financial.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

For the first time, U.S. files criminal charges against an opioid distributor
The conspiracy charges are a milestone in the government's battle against companies accused of ignoring the diversion of hundreds of millions of painkillers to the black market.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

CBS Clears a Subplot for Its Reunion With Viacom
A CEO search was an unnecessary distraction from an inevitable conclusion.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Trump met with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey — and complained about his follower count
President Trump met privately on Tuesday with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The meeting comes as the president continues to accuse tech giants of exhibiting bias against conservative users.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Founder of H&R Block, world's largest tax services provider, dies at 96
He became an unexpected celebrity, starring in commercials for products such as cars, airlines and hotels. He once jumped out of a suitcase in an ad for the Comfort Inn.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Henry Bloch, whose H&R Block became world's largest tax-services provider, dies at 96
Mr. Bloch became an unexpected media star, starring in commercials for products such as cars, airlines and hotels; he once jumped out of a suitcase in an ad for the Comfort Inn hotel chain.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

NASA subcontractor to pay $46 million fine over aluminum NASA cited in rocket failures
The company denies responsibility for the failed launches but admits to fraud in testing results.

Washington Post Business
Apr 24, 2019

Leasing a Tesla? You're paying for the company's robotaxis — whether you like it or not
The long-awaited leasing program for the Model 3 comes with a twist: Consumers can't buy the vehicle at the end of their lease.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Mortgage rates continue their ascent but remain below last month's levels
The 30-year fixed-rate average rose for the third week in a row to 4.17 percent.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

S&P 500, Nasdaq climb back to all-time highs
Low interest rates, record employment and reverberations from last year's corporate tax cut continue to power the U.S. economy.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Drone company Wing gets ‘air carrier' approval from FAA, allowing deliveries that will launch in Virginia
A delivery venture that is part of Alphabet will launch a commercial service in Blacksburg, Va., within months and plans to go nationwide later.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Boeing faces Wall Street in likely ‘lost year' of financial fallout from 737 crisis
Strong sales of commercial jets and cash payouts to investors have made Boeing a Wall Street darling. Now the aerospace giant is preparing to deliver its worst financial results in nearly two years, a...

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

America's new pastime? Milking goats.
Why are dairy goats the decade's fastest growing livestock segment?

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

United Technologies' Merger Clock Ticks Down
But spinning off the Carrier and Otis businesses first may create more options.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

What ‘Junk' tells us about America's relationship with debt
The junk bond masters taught Americans to embrace the inevitability of debt. Like the locusts that devour companies, American consumers often take on loads of debt to the detriment of their financial health.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Why Twitter paid CEO Jack Dorsey just $1.40 last year
Twitter once limited posts to 140 characters. Last year, it paid its CEO a symbolic amount with a wink that former limit.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Twitter's Recovery Looks Like the Real Thing
Investors, however, need to stay aware of its shortcomings.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg should be "liable" for the company's privacy missteps, top lawmaker says
Federal regulators should hold Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg "individually liable for the company's repeated violations of Americans' privacy," Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden said Tuesday, including imposing penalties that apply directly to the chief executive.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Herman Cain withdraws bid to join Federal Reserve, but Trump still eyes allies for central bank
With Cain out, pressure heats up on the president's other pick for the Fed board: Stephen Moore.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

How Trump's Tax Returns Could Become Public: QuickTake
Though candidates for the U.S. presidency aren't required by law to show voters their tax returns, they almost always do so as a gesture of personal disclosure. Donald Trump is a rare exception. During his campaign, and in more than two years as president, he has declined to make public his tax documents. Now opposition Democrats, who took control of the U.S. House of Representatives in January, want to use their new power to get them.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Teen sues Apple for $1 billion, blames facial recognition at stores for his arrest
The 18-year-old New Yorker claims he "was forced to respond to multiple false allegations" in several states, causing him severe stress and damaging his reputation.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Smoking and depression apps are selling your data to Google and Facebook, study finds
Many of these apps are transmitting data to third parties without their users' knowledge or consent.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

How Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac dodged a $600,000 cap on CEO pay
The new head of the agency that regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac confirmed he is reviewing issues surrounding executive pay at the housing giants. Nine executives at Fannie and Freddie are paid $2 million or more, despite a $600,000 congressional cap on the CEOs' salaries.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

How Nest, designed to keep intruders out of people's homes, effectively allowed hackers to get in
Tech companies are deciding between user convenience and potential damage to their brands.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

They asked artificial intelligence to create a new game. One of its first ideas involved exploding Frisbees.
Speedgate is a sport that was designed with the help of artificial intelligence in Oregon. The machine intelligence initially suggested the sport include exploding frisbees and underwater relays.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

The Violent Backdrop to Sri Lanka's Deadly Bombings
Sri Lanka is witnessing a worrying return to violence.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Tesla's Stock Just Went Fully Autonomous
Investors are unmoved by Elon Musk's claims of an imminent invasion of highly profitable robotaxis.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

The new way your boss can tell if you're about to quit your job
IBM's recent efforts to use AI to predict which employees might quit shows how data science, machine learning and "predictive analytics" are increasingly infiltrating the traditionally stodgy human resources department

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Move over, Big Mac. McDonald's plans to import Stroopwafel McFlurry and other global items.
The new menu offerings are a taste of global flavors, but filtered through an American fast-food lens, they're like a distortion in a funhouse mirror.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

The right listing price can be the difference between a quick home sale and a long slog
Sellers often have an inflated sense of their property's value, but an overpriced house will probably sit on the market for too long and lead to lower offers.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

They asked artificial intelligence to create a new game, and one if its first ideas involved an exploding Frisbee
Speedgate is a sport that was designed with the help of artificial intelligence in Oregon. The machine intelligence initially suggested the sport include exploding frisbees and underwater relays.

Washington Post Business
Apr 23, 2019

Why That European Bank M&A Wave Faces Huge Hurdles: QuickTake
Is Europe's long-awaited banking industry consolidation finally at hand? It might look like that, with merger talks between Germany's Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG, and Italian, French and Dutch competitors eyeing their own moves for the smaller lender. But key hurdles -- such as the lack of continent-wide rules and a large dose of nationalism -- haven't gone away.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Are You a Citizen? The Trump Census Question on Trial
When Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced in March 2018 that he was adding a question about U.S. citizenship to the next full U.S. head count, it set off a firestorm of criticism -- and a spate of legal challenges by cities, counties, states and immigrant-rights groups. One of those, brought by the New York Attorney General's Office, prompted a federal judge to block the addition of the question in January. The government has appealed, taking the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

China's Scariest Assets Are Hiding Under Your Bed
Beijing is opening up the municipal bond market to retail investors. But billing these securities as safe is a big mistake.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Driver charged with murder in pedestrian's death in Southeast D.C.
Six others were injured in the Sunday crash that involved two vehicles in Anacostia.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

After China turned it into a cheap snack, caviar is at risk of losing its status as a luxury good
American farms can't produce caviar cheaply enough to compete with China, and a deluge of cheap imported fish eggs are threatening its status as a luxury good.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

How Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac dodged $600,000 cap on CEO pay
The new head of the agency that regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac confirmed he is reviewing issues surrounding executive pay at the housing giants. Nine executives at Fannie and Freddie are paid $2 million or more.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Selling a home without a real estate agent
For Sale By Owner transactions have been declining in recent years but can be a way to save on realty commissions.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Tesla investigates Model S explosion in Shanghai
A video circulating on Chinese social media shows a parked Tesla vehicle burst into flames.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Sri Lanka's social media shutdown illustrates global discontent with Silicon Valley
The Sri Lankan government's decision to shutter access to social-media sites after Sunday's deadly bombings may mark a turning point in how countries around the world perceive Silicon Valley -- and their willingness act to stop the spread of falsehoods online.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Taxpayer spending on U.S. disaster fund explodes amid climate change, population trends
Taxpayer spending on the federal disaster relief fund is almost 10 times higher than it was three decades ago, even after adjusting for inflation.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

On Trump's Iran Oil Sanctions, Saudis Will Trust But Verify
Don't expect the kingdom to leap into action to steady the market.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Samsung's Galaxy Fold won't launch this week after all
The move marks a major setback for what was the most highly anticipated new mobile device in years.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Kraft Heinz's Problems Run Deeper Than Its CEO
Reshuffling managers endorsed by 3G Capital is not the solution.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

How the U.S. Can Force the World to Squeeze Iran's Oil
U.S. leverage rests with the central role American banks -- and the U.S. dollar -- still play in the global economy.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Bed Bath & Beyond Spruces Up Its Board But Needs an Overhaul
An activist group achieves some action, but superficial changes won't get the job done.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Private Equity Firms Drift From Catch to Release
Holding periods before selling companies are shrinking. Is that a commentary on the economy?

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Seniors report spending $22 billion from savings to cover health-care costs
Many seniors can't afford to pay for their prescription drugs or visits to doctors.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

How to pick the best real estate agent to sell your home
Hiring the right agent is key to a quick and lucrative sale

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2019

Why Ghosn's Back in Jail and What It Says About Japan
Carlos Ghosn was a jet-setting captain of industry, the brash superhero who helped save both Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. To the shock of many, he was arrested in Japan on Nov. 19 on allegations of financial misconduct. After 108 days in jail, he was released on March 6 on bail of 1 billion yen ($9 million) -- among the highest ever in Japan. A month later the former executive was re-arrested on suspicion of using money from Nissan for his own purposes. As the legal drama unfolds and prosecut

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

In NASA's spacesuit saga, women see their own stories
Back on Earth, many working women saw something of their own experience in the headlines

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

Stop & Shop, workers reach tentative contract agreement
Stop & Shop supermarket workers and company officials say they've reached a tentative contract agreement

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

Firefighters had a secret weapon when Notre Dame caught fire: A robot named ‘Colossus'
French officials say Colossus — created by France's Shark Robotics — played a crucial role in saving Notre Dame from complete destruction.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

Waikiki flood concerns spur push for Hawaii shore protection
Hawaii's iconic Waikiki Beach could soon be underwater as rising sea levels caused by global warming overtake its white sand beaches and bustling city streets.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

U.S. billionaires worry about the survival of capitalism
For the first time in decades, U.S. politicians and members of the business elite are debating whether American-style capitalism has a future.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

Have a Credit Card? You're Among China's Fortunate
Access to plastic can drastically improve financial security. Banks should do more to encourage such borrowing.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

Yield Curve Blurry? Try Out These Slowdown Predictors
Plenty of people who don't follow bond market news heard about the time in March when a closely watched part of the yield curve inverted. That's because such inversions -- instances when interest rates were higher for short-term loans than longer-term debt -- are rare. They've also generally presaged recession, which is why the news rocked the markets for a while. But some people, including Fed officials, believe that the yield curve may not be serving as a reliable signal in this instance. But

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2019

What Does Uber Love More: Restaurants or Investors?
Eateries are getting squeezed by delivery apps. Uber could give up profit to keep them happy, but that's not what IPO investors want to hear.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

The FCC says it plans to block China Mobile in the U.S. in another swipe at Chinese telecom firms
The announcement could end the state-owned carrier's 8-year effort to gain access to U.S. customers.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

We Should Let China Spy on Us
Governments that have detailed knowledge of rivals' motivations and capabilities are likely to be more circumspect about actions that can lead to war.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

SpaceX crew capsule suffers failure that sends a cloud of smoke over Florida Space Coast
The setback comes as the company is preparing to fly NASA astronauts for the first time.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

Boston Dynamics' latest video shows a herd of robotic dogs hauling a massive truck with ease
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics has debuted a new promotional video showing its four-legged dog-like robot, SpotMini, pulling a box truck. The video shows off the machine's physical prowess ahead of a potential commercial launch later this year.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

Sweet corn out, sweet potatoes in: Data shows fundamental shifts in American farming
Farmers are planting less of the classics such as corn, potatoes, green beans and peas. In their place, new vegetables such as sweet potatoes and leafy greens are defining American farms.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2019

Why Gucci and Dior Want to Rebuild Notre Dame
It's no accident that LVMH and Kering led the way for donations to salvage the cathedral.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

The Terry Gou I Know Won't Be China's Man
Foxconn's founder is an astute and unpredictable dealmaker who rarely lets anyone else call the shots.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Sweet revenge for damage inflicted by the Trumpublican tax bill
I'd love to tell you whether the 2017 tax law raised my 2018 taxes or lowered them. Alas, I can't figure that out.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Stock rally stalls in short week
The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index fell less than 0.1 percent in the four days through Thursday, closing at 2,905. That's about 20 points below the level where it was when a three-month plunge to the brink of a bear market started last October.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Apple publicly said Qualcomm's tech was no good. But privately it was called ‘the best.'
Sealed documents, obtained as part of a trial between the two technology giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making process of one of the most secretive and powerful companies on the planet.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to be under close scrutiny in federal privacy probe
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users' personal information have set their sights on the company's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

From ‘Liz' to ‘The Jason': The bizarre trend of fancy apartments with human names
Many buildings are picking names that match the millennials they want to attract.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 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
Apr 19, 2019

Apple said Qualcomm's tech was no good. But in private communications, it was ‘the best.'
Sealed documents, obtained as part of a trial between the two tech giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making process of one of the most secretive and powerful companies on the planet.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

As economists rethink monetary and fiscal policy, it could be a positive development
With interest rates and inflation low and stable for many years, many economic experts now believe in running high-pressure labor markets and recognizing that deficit reduction is not always a near-term priority.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Cash-out refinancings, HELOCs are down. Economists aren't totally sure why.
Both forms of equity extraction hit historic highs a decade ago. But recently, activity has declined.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Mom jeans have women loving denim again
American women are buying more jeans -- and especially discounted ones -- as retailers stock new cuts, colors and styles.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

What eight presidents who weren't elected can teach us about leadership
The author of "Accidental Presidents" says that the success or failure of the men who occupied the Oval Office after their predecessors died was "almost entirely determined by the people they had around them, and by their relationships."

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Sears is suing Steven Mnuchin and other former board members
The retailer is suing its former chairman, Eddie Lampert, and others for allegedly stripping it of billions of dollars as it collapsed into bankruptcy.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2019

Sears sues Mnuchin and other former board members
The retailer is suing its former chairman, Eddie Lampert, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and others for allegedly stripping it of billions of dollars as it collapsed into bankruptcy.

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