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Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Bitcoin price falls sharply amid Wall Street sell-off, with value cut in half since November
Investors are fleeing riskier assets from tech stocks to cryptocurrencies as the Federal Reserve weighs whether to launch a U.S. digital currency.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Bitcoin price falls sharply amid Wall Street selloff, with value cut in half since November
Investors are fleeing riskier assets from tech stocks to cryptocurrencies as the Federal Reserve weighs whether to launch a U.S. digital currency.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

After stock price collapse, Peloton faces tough questions about post-pandemic future
The company needs to contend with growing competition from reopening gyms and from companies such as Apple expanding into fitness tech. And there are questions about how Peloton has dealt with its growing roster of problems.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Do Americans Even Know What Free Speech Is?
A new poll suggests the First Amendment is popular only in the abstract.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

How Biden Can Build Back Better Democratic Support
After months of damaging internal bickering, the president needs to unite his party behind more realistic legislative goals and refocus voters' attention on the GOP's failings.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Mother of 11-year-old who died by suicide sues social media firms Meta and Snap
Rodriguez's mother said her daughter experienced depression and sleep deprivation as a result of her addiction to Instagram and Snapchat.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

U.S. Has a Blueprint to Electrify Its Country Roads
The government pushed to bring power to rural America in the mid-20th century. It can make a similar choice for electric vehicles.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Why are Twitter and Facebook embracing NFTs? Because we love status symbols.
NFTs and social networks have something crucial in common: They're both vehicles for conveying status and identity.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

‘That raise meant nothing': Inflation is wiping out pay increases for most Americans
After years of barely budging, wage growth is finally at its highest level in decades. A global pandemic, combined with swift government stimulus and unexpected labor shortages have put workers in the drivers' seat, giving them the kind of negotiating power they'd never imagined. But in an unexpected twist, the same strong economic recovery that is emboldening workers is also driving up inflation, leaving most Americans with less spending power than they had a year ago.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Boris Johnson Walks a Tightrope to Judgment Day
Britain is awaiting the official investigation report into Downing St. parties. But expectations shouldn't be too high.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Putin as a Pirate of the Caribbean? That's Not Scary
Russia's threat to send troops to Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela isn't worrisome for the U.S. — unless it includes nuclear cruise missiles.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Russia's Fortress Economy Has Some Cracks
Vladimir Putin has built up fiscal and other defenses that will insulate the country against Western sanctions. But autarky comes at a cost.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Has the Nasdaq Finally Caught Up With Reality?
The beginning of earnings season is confirmation that investors really do need to be worried about rising cost pressures.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2022

Boris Johnson's Luck Is Running Out
Britain's once-popular prime minister has become a serious electoral liability.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Investors face reckoning as stock market has worst week since beginning of pandemic
The biggest drive of the plunge was growing concerns that persistently high inflation will force the Federal Reserve to aggressively raise interest rates this year.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Intel's $20 billion investment in Ohio chip factories said to be the state's largest ever
The investment comes during a broader computer chip shortage that has held back numerous industries.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Biden plan to ship 500 million coronavirus test kits transforms Postal Service into relief agency
USPS has added thousands of seasonal employees and converted more than 40 facilities to house, process and ship the tests.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

The Most Important Number of the Week Is 359
The narrow spread between junk bond and Treasury yields suggests that what is happening in stocks may be little more than a routine repricing after a strong run-up.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Biden plan to ship 500 million covid-19 test kits transforms Postal Service to relief agency
USPS has added thousands of seasonal employees and converted more than 40 facilities to house, process and ship the tests.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Activision Blizzard employees at Raven Software ask management to recognize new union
Quality assurance testers at Raven Software have asked management to recognize their union.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Esports owners, executives react to Microsoft's Activision deal: ‘We are definitely surprised'
Esports executives invested in Activision Blizzard esports see Microsoft's pending acquisition as a ringing endorsement for the future of the competitive gaming industry. It's just too early to tell what it might mean for the "Call of Duty League" or "Overwatch League."

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Federal judge in Texas blocks Biden's vaccine requirement for government workers
The ruling amounted to yet another blow to the administration's attempts to increase vaccinations through requirements.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Republicans Should Rethink Idea-Free Campaigns
Party leaders have decided that running without a legislative agenda is the winning 2022 strategy. One problem with their plan: If it works, it'll make governing painful.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Omicron Is Pushing Small Businesses to the Brink
One resilient New Jersey baker who has so far managed to outrun the pandemic now worries she may have to close up shop.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Tech companies spent almost $70 million lobbying Washington in 2021 as Congress sought to rein in their power
Seven large tech companies spent nearly $70 million lobbying the U.S. government in 2021, as policymakers from both parties weighed legislation to curtail their power and influence.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Venmo, PayPal and other payment apps have to tell the IRS about your side hustle if you make more than $600 a year.
The IRS isn't coming after your Venmo or Paypal transactions with friends and family. But it does want information on your side-hustle income.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Why a Vote on Orban's Rule Reverberates Across Europe
Prime Minister Viktor Orban's subversion of mainstream politics in Hungary has become a case study for inspiring populists and a cautionary tale for defenders of democracy. With opposition parties now uniting to attempt to oust him in the April 3 general election, and the European Union threatening to bleed his government financially, Orban is facing the biggest test to his rule.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Intel to invest at least $20 billion building Ohio chip factories
The investment comes during a broader computer chip shortage that has held back numerous industries.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Inflation Forecasting Is a Truly Dismal Science
Once upon a time, sheep entrails were used to predict the future. It might have worked nearly as well as today's sophisticated inflation modeling.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Mocktails Are 100 Proof Millennial Market Gold
Like the faux meat boom, zero-alcohol beverages are a health-conscious trend with important ethical and environmental implications.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Here's Where the Battle Over Voting Stands in U.S.
A bedrock democratic institution, voting, continues to divide the two major U.S. political parties. States run by Republicans and states run by Democrats are increasingly diverging in their policies on registering to vote, voting in person and voting by mail. These state-by-state battles are a legacy of the 2020 presidential election and former President Donald Trump's insistence, contrary to all evidence, that it was stolen from him and delivered to Joe Biden. Even the process of declaring whic

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Don't Give Putin a Veto Over NATO Expansion
Negotiating the future size and shape of the alliance would be tantamount to surrender.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Ask Help Desk: Deleting apps doesn't make their subscription charges go away
How to get rid of those pesky, forgotten subscription charges

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

How Bail Reform, Crime Surge Mix in an Angry Debate
Bail has become the center of an increasingly heated debate across the U.S., as reforms that had been years in the making collide with a rise in violent crime in many cities since the start of the pandemic. New York and Illinois have passed legislation greatly restricting the use of so-called cash bail, a practice so widespread that the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights found in a report released Jan. 20 that 60% of defendants wind up in jail awaiting trial because they can't afford to post bail.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Nicer Offices Are Coming Back. Google Bet Another $1 Billion on It.
The company's purchase of a London office complex highlights a shortage of the kind of space post-pandemic work demands.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Imagine There's No Crypto. It's Too Easy If You Try
Cryptocurrencies won't conquer our wallets until they capture more of our imaginations.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

A Defining Moment for the Roberts Court
Nearly 50 years after Roe v. Wade, the future of women's rights — and the Supreme Court's reputation — hangs in the balance.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

D.C.'s largest penthouse on the market for $6 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The four-bedroom, five-bathroom penthouse and two-bedroom, two-bathroom staff apartment are being sold together for just under $6 million.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Venmo and Paypal have to tell IRS about your side hustle if you make more than $600 a year
The IRS isn't coming after your Venmo or Paypal transactions with friends and family. But it does want information on your side-hustle income.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

The U.K. Shouldn't Disarm Itself in the Soft-Power War
Moves to undermine the British Broadcasting Corporation threaten what to this day remains the former imperial power's most powerful tool of global influence.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

The West's Biggest Enemy, And Putin's Greatest Ally, Is Disunity
If Russia's president is smart — and he is — he'll try to divide the transatlantic and European partners as he subjugates Ukraine.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Unilever Still Has to Transform Itself. Here Are Its Options
A deal with GSK would have helped the consumer goods giant expand into consumer health. It's chosen a lonelier road.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

A Vaccine to Prevent All Covid Is Within Reach. Here's How to Grab It.
Drugmakers are playing omicron whack-a-mole when the focus should be on a new generation of pan-coronavirus shots.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2022

Belarusian officials charged in fake bomb threat orchestrated for dissident arrest
The officials allegedly plotted to force a Ryanair flight to make an emergency landing in Minsk.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Halving Its Market Value Doesn't Make Sea Ltd. Cheap
There's an argument to be made for strong valuations, but the e-commerce player needs to prove that growth can be profitable.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Netflix Will Need More Than Price Increases to Win Over Investors
A warning about subscriber numbers this quarter suggests growth opportunities are slowing. The streaming giant's shares tumbled after hours.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

How to Withstand China's Property Meltdown
A little luck and a lot of debt reduction helped a pair of once-troubled developers dodge the worst of the turmoil

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

BHP Picks the Worst Moment to Return to Mining Megadeals
There's a price risk — and a reputation gamble — associated with buying up assets now. Why go there when giant deposits are still sitting on the company's books?

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region
The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

The Magical Land of Low Inflation and No Rate Hikes
The BOJ chief's categorical refusal to raise the cost of borrowing may seem stark. But it reminds us that there are some key outliers to the global trend.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

You Can't Take Your Peloton Bike on Vacation
Consumer spending is shifting from pandemic-inspired goods back to services.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Tesla driver faces felony charges in fatal crash involving Autopilot
Two people were killed in the 2019 crash when the car abruptly left the freeway and ran a red light, according to reports.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

The craziest, creepiest year in the real and financial worlds in my 50 years of writing about business
The economy is going great. Employment is up and so are the stock markets and housing prices, but political divisiveness is undermining everything.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

European Parliament gives initial approval to rules that would change big tech data collection, advertising
The landmark Digital Services Act would require tech companies to police content on their platforms more aggressively and introduce new restrictions on advertising, among other provisions.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Federal Reserve is taking the next step toward possibly launching a digital dollar
The Federal Reserve on Thursday issued a long-awaited report weighing whether to launch its own digital currency.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

A professor said her students think Americans make six figures on average. That's a long way off.
The answers some of Nina Strohminger's business students at the University of Pennsylvania provided give insight into how people understand the world around them, experts said.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Amazon is opening a 30,000-square-foot store with QR codes and palm-scanning checkout
The 30,000-square-foot shop opening this year in California will harness QR codes and real-time recommendations for a ‘seamless' shopping experience

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

New Instant Coffee Fans Should Try This Hack From India
The once-lowly beverage is enjoying a renaissance thanks to Silicon Valley obsessives and premium blends, but is it worth the hype?

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

New York City Beats San Francisco for Superstar Talent
If current trends continue, the California metropolis might be trading its once dynamic economy for a period of stagnation.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Microsoft is bigger than Google, Amazon and Facebook. But now lawmakers treat it like an ally in antitrust battles.
Microsoft has carved out a distinct reputation among policy makers, distancing itself from the political scrutiny embroiling its top competitors in Washington

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Most NFTs Are More Like Baseball Cards Than Fine Art
Collectors aren't just paying crazy prices for blockchain entries. They're also buying affordable access to communities and the opportunities that come with it. (Ask Eminem.)

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Peloton stock plunges following report it will halt production
CNBC, citing internal documents, says the company will hit pause amid slowing demand for its connected Bike and treadmill.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Senate advances antitrust legislation, despite reservations from California Democrats
The at times heated debate over the legislation followed an aggressive lobbying blitz from tech giants and their surrogates, which appeared to resonate with a pair of California senators.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

How we tracked right-wing influencers' audience numbers
These are the 47 accounts whose audience numbers The Post analyzed.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Is Covid Becoming Endemic? What Would That Mean?
Two years into the pandemic, weary governments are hoping the fast-spreading but less severe omicron variant marks a turning point, a shift toward a more predictable and manageable phase. Determined to escape the crisis and avoid more restrictions, officials in some countries suggest it's approaching time to treat Covid as an endemic disease, like seasonal flu. World Health Organization experts say that's premature. With omicron ripping through populations and vast parts of the planet still unva

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Just How Much Will Soaring U.S. Mortgage Rates Bite?
The 3.56% average rate for a 30-year loan is the highest since March 2020, but the lure of surging real estate prices might keep buyers piling into the housing market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Inside Crypto's Plan to Retool the Internet
Crypto enthusiasts don't only dream of revolutionizing the world of money. They want to reinvent the World Wide Web. That vision, which goes by the name of "Web3," is of a decentralized environment built on crypto technology in which swarms of collaborators take back control of the web from giant tech companies. It's a threat that those tech firms -- including Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc. and Twitter Inc. -- are starting to take seriously.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Affordable housing markets that are expected to gain the most value in 2022
These markets have a ratio of median home sales price to median household income on the lower half of the 379 metro areas in the analysis, which means homes are less likely to be overvalued.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Activision Blizzard CEO addresses employees on layoffs, potential departure in ‘fireside chat'
Bobby Kotick answered employee questions about the company's acquisition by Microsoft during a Thursday morning video chat.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Grand views and exquisite design at one of D.C's most expensive residences
1331 Maryland Ave. SW has been leasing for a year and made headlines early by revealing penthouses with rents topping $20,000 a month.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Biden's Disappointing First Year
The president's approach to policy making simply isn't working.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Central Banks Face a Moment of Truth on Crypto
Europe and the U.S. might have to pick up the pace if emerging-market digital-currency projects start to bear fruit.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

The Jan. 6 Committee Scores a Big Victory Over Trump
The Supreme Court's ruling granting Congress access to some of the former president's records is also a victory for the rule of law.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Twitch streamers' ‘TV meta' draws television industry's eye of Sauron
Some creators on Twitch are broadcasting themselves watching copyrighted material, raising the complicated question of what constitutes fair use.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

What the Metaverse Is, Who's In It and Why It Matters
The metaverse is a virtual universe that blends aspects of digital technologies including video-conferencing, games like Minecraft or Roblox, cryptocurrencies, email, virtual reality, social media and live-streaming. Quite how these pieces will fit together is a work in progress, but some tech giants already see it as the future of human communication and interaction. It's "the next frontier," Mark Zuckerberg said when he changed his company's name from Facebook to Meta Platforms Inc. Commercial

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Xbox CEO Phil Spencer on reviving old Activision games as Microsoft positions itself as tech's gaming company
The newly minted Microsoft Gaming CEO discussed how his company plans to approach its new intellectual properties and its employees.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Why Indonesia Is Jolting Markets by Curbing Commodity Exports
Indonesia is the top exporter of coal for power stations and the biggest palm oil producer in the world. It also holds a quarter of all nickel reserves. So policy shifts in the Southeast Asian archipelago -- such as new restrictions on coal shipments or a proposed nickel export tax -- often reverberate across global commodities markets, roiling trading and pushing up prices for other countries that need the supplies. President Joko Widodo is nevertheless forging ahead with what's known as resour

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Amazon says its first IRL clothing store will be tech-forward
The 30,000-square-foot shop opening this year in California will harness QR codes and real-time recommendations for a ‘seamless' shopping experience

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Mortgage rates are nearly back to pre-pandemic highs
The 30-year fixed-rate average climbed to 3.56 percent this week, its highest level since March 2020.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

How New York authorities are taking aim at Trump and his family
New court filings from New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) provide an exhaustive look at Trump's financials, making more clear what investigators know -- and what they're still looking for.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Patients in pain as omicron wave leads to surgery delays
Doctors and patients described frustration over delayed surgeries, overflowing emergency rooms and hospital beds that have been taken out of service because of a lack of staff.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Workers are out sick in record numbers, exacerbating labor shortage woes
Nearly 9 million people missed work in late December and early January as the omicron variant bit into the labor market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2022

Telling office bullies that they hurt your feelings may feel liberating. But it's a bad idea.
It's understandable to want to call out backstabbers and bullies at your old job. But it may not actually help you move on.

Washington Post Business
Jan 19, 2022

N.Y. attorney general alleges Trump's business inflated property values, wealth statements
New York Attorney General Letitia James outlined the claims in a bid to force Trump and his adult children to testify in a civil probe.

Washington Post Business
Jan 19, 2022

Biden renewed a free program to feed needy kids. Most states haven't even applied.
At its height, Pandemic-EBT fed millions of low-income students. Now it's faltering as burdened administrators opt out.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

Tapping retirement funds to invest in real estate is a terrible idea. For Baltimore's top lawyer, it led to federal charges.
Baltimore's chief prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby, has been accused of making false loan applications. Based on the court filing, she's at least guilty of making some bad money moves.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

ExxonMobil aims for net zero greenhouse gas emissions from operations by 2050
The oil giant says it has identified more than 150 potential steps to decrease its environmental impact over time.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

Carhartt said vaccination remains mandatory for employees. A conservative backlash followed.
Carhartt CEO Mark Valade said company policy on "an unvaccinated workforce" remains unchanged, prompting some to swear they would no longer buy the brand's products.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

ExxonMobil aims for net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050
The oil giant says it has identified more than 150 potential steps to decrease its environmental impact over time.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

Dow sinks 500 points as bond yields, earnings rattle investors
Stocks' record-breaking run in 2021 has given way to a choppy start to 2022 trading.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2022

Cracker Barrel served a cleaning agent to a customer. A jury ordered it to pay $9.3 million.
At a Cracker Barrel in Tennessee, William Cronnon was served the chemical Eco-San, a cleaning agent in the kitchen, that has since caused him years of gastrointestinal issues, according to court documents.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2022

The U.S. government is boycotting the Beijing Olympics over human rights. Coke and Airbnb are still on board.
For two years, campaigners representing the people of Hong Kong, Tibet and China's Xinjiang region have been pushing U.S. and Western companies to drop their sponsorships of the Games, which start Feb. 4. None have.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

Omicron fallout and tough labor talks likely to rattle supply chains and fuel inflation
The omicron surge has worsened worker shortages and supply chain disruptions, helping fuel inflation. This spring could see another threat as cargo carriers and the longshore workers' union begin talks aimed at a new contract. Shippers fear a repeat of the work slowdowns and employer retaliation that snarled West Coast ports for several months in 2014-2015.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

Nitr0, of ‘Valorant' and ‘Counter-Strike' fame, is ready to win again


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

What Luisa from ‘Encanto' taught me about defining myself by an endless capacity for hard work


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

Why GameFi Is Crypto's Hot New Thing (and What Is It?)


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

DirecTV says it will sever ties with far-right network One America News


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

Corporate America is coming around to remote work. But more big changes lie ahead.


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

Gorsuch v. the Administrative State Is Really Heating Up


Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2022

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