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Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

Giant Musk ‘Goat' statue arrives at Tesla factory in crypto stunt
Elon GOAT Token, a cryptocurrency company, commissioned the statue with the goal of billionaire Elon Musk accepting it and bringing exposure to its token

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

The great mismatch: Remote jobs are in demand, but positions are drying up
Nearly three years into a pandemic that reshaped workplace norms and put the power in the hands of employees, the tides are shifting again. Many remote workers are being called back into the office.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

Ukraine's Victories May Become a Problem for the US
Washington has been a big winner from Russia's fiasco, but a lengthy stalemate could become a huge burden.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

Elon Musk and the Confessions of an Ayn Rand Reader
As boys, we dream of being John Galt or Howard Roark. As men, most of us move on. If we don't, that's a problem.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

Putin's Few Oil Buyers Demand Deep Discounts
Russia is still selling plenty of its crude, but the shrinking pool of buyers is throwing its weight around

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2022

Sick kids are filling hospitals. But there aren't enough beds.
Experts say the high demand is due to the early onset of RSV, which is making children sicker than usual, the start of flu season and the continued circulation of covid.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Crypto company stunt brings giant Musk ‘Goat' statue to Tesla factory
Elon GOAT Token, a cryptocurrency company, commissioned the statue with the goal of billionaire Elon Musk accepting it and bringing exposure to its token

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

India's Data Protection Bill Has a Privacy Problem
A new bill makes no pretense at protecting the privacy of the world's second-most populous nation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

U.S. grants Chevron license to pump oil in Venezuela
Under a new Treasury Department license, it will be able to resume pumping oil. The limited license stipulates that any oil produced can only be exported to the United States. No profits from its sale can go to the Venezuelan company but must be used to pay off Venezuelan creditors in the United States.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

To Defeat Trump, Stop Calling Him a Loser
Republicans are saying the former president is unelectable, but that's unlikely to cause many of his supporters to change their minds.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Fight Poverty, Not Income Inequality
The difference in wealth between the rich and the poor has been shrinking, but that's not necessarily good news.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

How EU Could Frustrate Musk's Plans for Twitter
Elon Musk's scaling back of content moderation and other safeguards at Twitter has put him on a collision course with the European Union. The billionaire has vowed to bring "free speech" back to the social media platform. He's also promised to abide by national laws, and sought to reassure concerned EU officials that he'll follow tough standards around hate speech and disinformation laid down in the bloc's new Digital Services Act. The exit of about half of Twitter's workforce since Musk bought

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Would you buy a made-in-China electric car? They're coming.
China is already a major manufacturer of electric vehicles for its own market. Now it's starting to export to the U.S. and Europe.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Rishi Sunak Is Trapped in a Tory Civil War
The Conservative Party has broken into antagonistic camps. Can a conflict-averse prime minister quell the rebellions rising around him?

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Deadline extended to apply for The Washington Post's Top Workplaces
If you've lost track of time and thought you missed the opportunity to nominate your employer for the 2023 Washington Post Top Workplaces award, you have another chance: The deadline has been extended to Jan. 13.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

How the UK Plans to Get a ‘Big Bang' Out of Brexit
Advocates of Britain's exit from the European Union presented it as an opportunity to sweep aside unnecessary rules and regulations that were holding back economic growth. Key to this is a plan to replicate the "Big Bang," the wave of deregulation in 1986 that turned the City of London into a global finance hub. The idea is to relax rules originally drawn up for 28 EU nations to make the country's exchanges, banks, brokers and insurance firms more competitive, allowing them to grab a bigger shar

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

What's open, and when, on Thanksgiving and Black Friday
Most large department stores and specialty retailers are closed for the holiday, but there are still shopping options.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

Trump, Bolsonaro, Meloni and the New Wave of Populism
When Donald Trump was elected US president in 2016, he rode a new wave of populism that saw upstarts upsetting the established order to win power in democracies around the globe. Voters ejected Trump in 2020 after a single term, but neither his political influence nor the broader movement went away. Not all the candidates he endorsed in the November congressional, state and local elections won, but some did, and Trump proceeded with an announcement that he'd run for president again in 2024. Else

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

In Disney shake-up, Bob Iger returns as CEO and starts making changes
Bob Chapek, who became Disney's chief executive in February 2020, is out after a two-year run.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2022

George Lois, ad man and creator of iconic Esquire covers, dies at 91
His magazine covers were striking and controversial. He depicted Muhammad Ali as the martyr Saint Sebastian and drowned Andy Warhol in a can of Campbell's soup.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

How to watch the World Cup on a budget
Here's how to watch or stream the 2022 World Cup — even if you don't have cable.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

NASA's Orion spacecraft is about to set record for distance from Earth
Orion should surpass the record for distance from Earth traveled by a spacdraft intended to return astronauts to Earth at 7:42 a.m. Eastern time on Saturday.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Manchester United Fans Should Be Careful What They Wish For
Even new owners will need to make a return on any investment in the football club.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Gaza gas deal could make improbable partners out of Israel and Hamas
The lucrative global energy market makes the deal between the Palestinian Authority and the Egyptians even more attractive.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Buying an electric car? These models are made in China.
Made-in-China EVs are hitting U.S. dealerships and European auto shows, providing new competition to Western and Japanese automakers.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

At Walmart, a hologram Sam Walton hints at the surreal future of Black Friday shopping
A future of dead founders, patriarchs and presidents walking among us is hinted at in Walmart's hometown of Bentonville, Ark.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Biden's Economic Agenda Needs an Overhaul
With the expected departure of two key advisers, the White House has an opportunity to address policies seen as supporting inflation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Climate Progress Is Happening, Just Not Fast Enough
The COP27 conference was a win for the planet, but more work — and investment — is crucial.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Everything you need to know about the threat of a rail strike
The showdown between workers and rail companies could have implications for millions of Americans.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Gibson Island estate on the market for $13.8 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home overlooks the Chesapeake Bay

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Diversifying? Volatility Matters More Than Size
How many stocks do you need to have a properly diversified portfolio? Bigger is generally better, but it depends more on your luck.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Musk plans Twitter check mark feature again, this time with more colors
The second launch follows a chaotic rollout of the feature earlier this month.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Roundabouts are (slowly!) eating the suburbs
One of the most amazing trends you've never heard of: The rise of the roundabouts.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

How to shop online and be kinder to the planet
Here's advice on being a climate-conscious shopper this holiday season. Perfection is not required.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Resist Black Friday's Siren Song
Marketers use psychological tricks to get you to break your budget, but you don't have to give in.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Why Ghana Went From Hero to Zero for Investors
Ghana is learning the hard way why oil can be a blessing and a curse. The onset of commercial crude production helped turn the West African nation into one of the continent's top investment destinations, but also prompted successive governments to borrow to the hilt. Skittish investors offloaded Ghana's bonds and currency, the cedi, amid doubts over its ability to settle its debts. The concern proved to be well-founded: In late November, the government said international bond holders would be as

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Why Inflation Heats Up and Is So Hard to Cool Down
One of the biggest challenges facing the post-pandemic world is how to tame inflation. After governments spent freely to offset the economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, prices began to climb at the fastest pace in decades and central banks embarked on the most aggressive and synchronized monetary policy tightening in 40 years. When prices surge, people can afford less, businesses struggle to control costs and, in extreme cases, political revolutions are born.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

The scammers are coming for you. Here's how to protect yourself.
Here are some tips that will help you stay safe while online shopping.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday isn't what it used to be. Here's why.
The traditional start of the holiday shopping season is expected to be more subdued than years past, but it won't be for lack of trying.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday is here, but didn't it start months ago?
The traditional start of the holiday shopping seaon is expected to be more subdued than years past, but it won't be for lack of trying.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Abandoning the Middle East? Navy's AI Drone Fleet Says Otherwise
The high-tech Digital Ocean deployment in Middle Eastern waters needs to be coupled with an update of the 50-year-old Carter Doctrine.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

European Banks Are Playing Fast and Loose With Their Riskiest Debt
European financial institutions may have found a way to navigate between what investors want and what regulators demand.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2022

Russia's Mass Abductions Are Genocide
Defeating Putin's troops isn't enough. Kyiv must also get back the hundreds of thousands of women and children the Russians have taken out of Ukraine.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

What the Hong Kong Dollar Peg Is and Why It Matters
Pegged to the US dollar since 1983, the Hong Kong dollar is usually a dull currency. Except when it isn't, like this year. When the US Federal Reserve began raising interest rates in March to combat historically high inflation, fund outflows from the Hong Kong dollar market intensified as investors chased higher yields. Consequently, interbank liquidity -- the pool of Hong Kong dollars in the system -- shrank rapidly as the city fought to maintain the peg, drawing market attention and concern ab

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Rail union rejects contract as strike threatens U.S. economy before holidays
One rail union rejected a deal brokered by the White House, threatening a new rail strike in two weeks. Attendance and sick leave policies have led to widespread anger and frustration among rank-and-file railroad workers.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

How EU Could Frustrate Musk's Plans for Twitter: QuickTake
Elon Musk's scaling back of content moderation and other safeguards at Twitter has put him on a collision course with the European Union. The billionaire has vowed to bring "free speech" back to the social media platform. He's also promised to abide by national laws, and sought to reassure concerned EU officials that he'll follow tough standards around hate speech and disinformation laid down in the bloc's new Digital Services Act. The exit of about half of Twitter's workforce since Musk bought

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

‘Opening the gates of hell': Musk says he will revive banned accounts
A Twitter poll posted by Elon Musk shows 72 percent support granting "general amnesty" to accounts suspended for harassment, abuse and misinformation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Brazil Misses Out on World-Cup Betting. What's India's Wager?
The outsourcing hub is attracting both makers and testers of games even though the local gambling market remains largely untapped.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

'Opening the gates of hell': Activists fear Musk will revive banned accounts
A Twitter poll posted by Elon Musk shows 72 percent support granting "general amnesty" to accounts suspended for harassment, abuse and misinformation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

FTX says it owes more than $3 billion to creditors
Bankruptcy filing indicates the numerous entities who are due hefty sums

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

FTX's Bahamas crypto empire: Stimulants, subterfuge and a spectacular collapse
Sam Bankman-Fried's image of monkish aloofness met reality in the Bahamas, where the 30-year-old crypto billionaire lived in a guarded island compound, with every need closely catered to and the world's elite at his beck and call.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

How Musk's Battle With European Regulation Could Play Out
Elon Musk's plans to turn Twitter Inc. into a free speech haven could run into its biggest political obstacles in the European Union, where he has to contend with its new Digital Services Act, which forces companies to take down illegal content. Musk said he'll follow national laws -- and specifically reassured concerned EU officials that he'll follow the DSA -- but this will be difficult in practice with so few staff left to moderate content. It won't be easier in the EU's lawmaking capital of

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Middle Managers Deserve Our Thanks
This often-unappreciated group has had a tough job lately as senior executives heighten demands and workers push back.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Meet John McFall, the world's first astronaut with a disability
The bronze medal-winning British paralympian joins a European Space Agency program to test how people with disabilities can live and work in outer orbit.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Work Advice: My boss yelled when I interrupted their rant on the election
I told my boss to "take a breath" when they were ranting about the election. They accused me of trying to control their self-expression.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Scotland's Push to Secede From UK Won't Go Away: QuickTake
In a 2014 referendum on whether Scotland should break away to become Europe's newest nation state, Scots voted to stay in the three-centuries-old union with England and Wales by 55% to 45%. Rather than settling the matter, though, the separatists gathered in strength and numbers. They became key political power brokers by winning most of Scotland's seats in the UK Parliament. Now they're laying the ground for another vote, even though the government in London has refused to allow one, and the pu

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Wirecard Short Seller Meets UK's Housing Crisis
The critic who helped bring down the German payments company targets a REIT focused on public housing

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Sam's Club's AI knows how much pumpkin pie you'll eat this holiday
The artificial intelligence uses a wide variety of data, like local temperatures and whether the Sunday football game is home or away.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Scotland's Push to Secede From UK Won't Go Away
In a 2014 referendum on whether Scotland should break away to become Europe's newest nation state, Scots voted to stay in the three-centuries-old union with England and Wales by 55% to 45%. Rather than settling the matter, though, the separatists gathered in strength and numbers. They became key political power brokers by winning most of Scotland's seats in the UK Parliament. Now they're laying the ground for another vote, even though the government in London has refused to allow one, and the pu

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

FTX Crypto Bubble Really Is the Worst of Its Kind
Investment bubbles tend to leave behind something useful when they pop. Unfortunately, crypto looks like an outlier.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Energy Security Is the Global Priority for 2023
The energy crisis is forcing governments to reconsider their priorities, and climate change has dropped down the list.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

An Australian mining magnate wants to save the planet with green hydrogen
Andrew Forrest, one of the world's major polluters, has the backing of members of the Biden administration for his plan to advance green hydrogen. But the technology he's promoting doesn't exist yet.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Energy Security Ousts Climate Change in 2023
The energy crisis is forcing governments to reconsider their priorities, and sustainability has dropped down the list. Japan can demonstrate a better way forward.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

FTX-Led Crypto Bubble Really Is the Worst of Its Kind
Investment bubbles tend to leave behind something useful when they pop. Unfortunately, crypto looks like an outlier.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

Meta Gives Regulators a New Reason to Bite
The company appears not to know the full extent of what its systems do with users' data. That could be a problem.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2022

The UK Needs a New Deal With the European Union
Rishi Sunak says he isn't interested in a Swiss-type model of partnership with the EU. He should be.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Pressure on the Hong Kong Dollar Peg Keeps Building
The social and economic costs of maintaining the currency's link to the greenback may be getting too great to continue bearing.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Musk Must Preserve Twitter's Most Vital Function
The platform's experience in Japan shows how it can play a crucial role — if Elon Musk doesn't break it.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

How Trump lost the fight over tax returns — and the clock Democrats face
A 1924 law allows certain congressional committees to gain access to private tax information, including those of the former president.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Inflation could steal Christmas, but shoppers are finding ways around it
Though stubbornly high prices are weighing on consumers, retailer miscalculations could offer a lifeboat for savvy shoppers this holiday season.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Gucci Better Take Care Not to Fix What Isn't Broken
A fresh vision could help rest the fashion house, but it should be wary of getting carried away.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

FTX Is Where Gambling and Wall Street Collided
Modern attitudes recognize the similarities between taking risks in the casino and the financial markets.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

‘World of Warcraft' developers working to keep the game open to Chinese fans
"I'm hopeful for our ability to get them back into Azeroth," said John Hight, general manager of the Warcraft franchise at Blizzard.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Airliners Need More Than One Pilot and a Digital Dog
The benefits of automation are diminishing, making the plan to remove more humans from the controls increasingly dangerous.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Conservative group sues FDA to revoke approval of abortion pill
The suit claims that the Food and Drug Administration lacked the authority to approve mifepristone, did not adequately study it and that the drug is unsafe.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster meltdown: What happened? Who's to blame?
Ticketmaster has come under fire for breaking down amid a mad rush for Taylor Swift concert tickets. Here's what we know.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

U.S. bans sugar from biggest producer in Dominican Republic
The ban stemmed from an investigation that found evidence of forced labor at Central Romana, and comes as sugar prices are already up 14 percent

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

What the 8th Student Loan Repayment Pause Means for You
Legal challenges to the Biden administration's loan forgiveness plan have created even more headaches for borrowers.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Towns at Market Commons offering 90 townhouses in Frederick, Md.
BUYING NEW | 90 townhomes with two-car garages

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

The US Needs Five Times as Many Child Psychiatrists
American kids are struggling and there are too few trained adults available to help them.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

There Are No Sunlit Uplands in Scotland Either
The case for Scottish independence has never looked weaker or more self-indulgent.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Why China and US Disagree on Forced Labor in Xinjiang
The US and China have many trade disputes, but none perhaps as explosive as accusations about forced labor being used in China's Xinjiang region. The Chinese government, which vehemently denies the charges, says outsiders have misconstrued a rural jobs program that aims to improve living standards for ethnic minorities in poor regions. But many people from one targeted group — the mainly Muslim Uyghurs living in Xinjiang — say that they have no choice but to participate or risk having themselves

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Climate conference serves up lab-grown meat — and a clash over food
At COP27, an acknowledgment that climate change can't be solved without massive changes in the world's food systems.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Dupont Circle rowhouse offered at $2.1 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The four-bedroom, five-bathroom house has a malachite marble fireplace and floating stairs.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

I'm Thankful Politics Might Be Fun Again
Democracy could be safe enough now to enjoy the entertainment that politics provides.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

In Call of Duty, a pacifist wins games for his team ‘single-handedly'
That Friendly Guy is a streamer who hit max level in 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II' without a single kill. It's a great way to level up, he says.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Here's why Congress can obtain Trump's tax returns
A 1924 law allows certain congressional committees to gain access to private tax information, including those of the former president.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Mars rover digs up intriguing clues in the hunt for life beyond Earth
NASA's Perseverance mission has collected samples that hold life-friendly molecules "in pretty much every rock" — as well as a few geologic surprises

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Maryland's Wildwood Estates is convenient for shopping, transit
WHERE WE LIVE | Many original owners still live in the North Bethesda neighborhood.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Calculate how much more mortgages will cost as interest rates rise
See the difference in monthly costs between a typical mortgage signed today and one signed just a few months ago.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Twitter king Dril on Musk's chaotic reign
The ‘patron saint of the internet' tells The Post he'll never pay for verification but will learn to code if Musk offers him a job.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Here's what Twitter king Dril thinks of Musk's chaotic reign
The ‘patron saint of the internet' tells The Post he'll never pay for verification but will learn to code if Musk offers him a job.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Musk, FTX founder Bankman-Fried lead 2022 flock of business turkeys
The new boss of Twitter and the former boss of FTX stand out as examples of what not to do as corporate leaders.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

It's not your imagination: Shopping on Amazon has gotten worse
Most of what you see at first on Amazon is now an ad.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

How to manage gift-giving expectations while in debt
Tips on dealing with the pressure of buying gifts when you're deep in credit card debt.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Michael Pertschuk, unyielding consumer watchdog, dies at 89
As a Senate staffer and Federal Trade Commission chairman, he played a key role in some of the most significant gains in the consumer protection movement, from tobacco control to auto safety.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Partner for Truth Social's parent pushes merger deadline to 2023
The move by shareholders of the company that would merge with Trump Media & Technology Group buys time as regulators investigate the proposed deal.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2022

Crypto exchange has substantial ‘missing' assets, FTX lawyer says
At a bankruptcy hearing, the lawyer for the company said the assets were either stolen or missing.

Washington Post Business
Nov 22, 2022

Let Us Give Thanks to Cranberries for the End of a Food Crisis
They're a bellwether for where agriculture is heading as we emerge from a three-year La Nina climate cycle.

Washington Post Business
Nov 22, 2022

There will never be anything like Twitter again
The struggles of Facebook and Twitter spell the end of the central ideal of social media as a common gathering places for all to gather and listen.

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