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Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

An expert opinion on negative-yield government bonds: Just nuts
Joe Rosenberg warns that rising bond prices are drawing investors into another bubble.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Behind the Czech Protests Against Billionaire Premier
Since the spring of 2019, Czechs have been protesting in the streets against billionaire Prime Minister Andrej Babis, who won power in 2017 on an anti-establishment platform. They say he is compromised by his business interests and may try to meddle in the country's courts. For his part, Babis said he "doesn't quite understand" why people are demonstrating. His political position looks secure for now, but protesters are planning more rallies.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Boris Johnson's and Jeremy Hunt's Low-Tax Doomsday Plan
Brexit is turning into a race to the bottom on European corporation tax. Brussels should use any renewed Tory push for a trade deal as leverage.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Picking the correct cabinets is the key to a good kitchen
Whether you're buying a newly built home or renovating your home, cabinets can take up a big part of your kitchen spending.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Walmart to pay $282 million to settle charges of corruption at its foreign subsidiaries
The company acknowledged wrongdoing as part of the settlements, which end a seven-year investigation into the company's compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which prohibits U.S. companies from bribing foreign officials.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Why ‘Maximum Pressure' on Iran Could Backfire
The outcome could determine the direction of oil prices as the U.S. heads toward elections next year.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

India's Central Bank Autonomy Takes Another Hit
The wrath of markets awaits governments that don't respect the institution's independence, outgoing Deputy Governor Viral Acharya warned in October.

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About the U.S.-Japan Defense Treaty Irking Trump
A longstanding defense treaty between the U.S. and Japan is the latest international agreement to attract the ire of President Donald Trump. He is said to have mused about withdrawing from the treaty because he sees it as one-sided, since it promises U.S aid if Japan is ever attacked but doesn't oblige Japan's military to come to America's defense. A U.S. withdrawal would represent a fundamental shift in an alliance that has helped guarantee security in Asia, laying the foundation for the region

Washington Post Business
Jun 25, 2019

If Loeb Likes Breakups, Another Target Awaits
The arguments the U.S. activist investor has put forward for splitting up Sony could apply equally to Panasonic.

Washington Post Business
Jun 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
Jun 24, 2019

Inspector general to look into handling of Tubman $20 bill
The Trump administration has strongly denied that it delayed the release of a note featuring Harriet Tubman because of political concerns.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Inspector general to probe Trump administration's handling of Harriet Tubman on $20 bill
Treasury Department Secretary Steven Mnuchin has strongly denied it delayed the release of a new $20 bill due to political concerns.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Has Dan Loeb Looked at Panasonic Lately?
The arguments the U.S. activist investor has put forward for breaking up one Japanese electronics company could apply equally to another.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Facebook's planned Libra cryptocurrency helps power bitcoin to a 15-month high
Bitcoin is up 170 percent for the year, suggesting investors have shed some of the skepticism that took hold after the bitcoin bubble burst in 2018.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Customers report Verizon, Cloudflare disruptions
It's unclear whether the outages are connected.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

CBD-infused food and beverages are illegal under federal law. So why are they everywhere?
A new line of beverages with "active hemp extract" goes on sale this week, which may push the FDA closer to establishing a regulatory framework

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Wealth Tax
As the rich get richer around the globe, ideas for tapping that wealth are also on the rise. Some proponents see new or higher taxes on the wealthy as the fairest way to pay for new initiatives, while others see them as a tool to combat inequality. But getting money out of deep pockets may be easier said than done. Some countries that tried it have reversed course.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Trump's Patient-Friendly Push on Hospital Costs Has Limits
Shining a light on one of American health care's darker corners is laudable, but transparency alone won't fix the problem.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Customers report Verizon, Amazon Web Services, Cloudflare disruptions
It's unclear whether the outages are connected.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Mortgage rates poised to drop after Federal Reserve announcement
The 30-year fixed-rate average ticked up slightly this week to 3.84 percent. But the central bank's concerns about the economy could drive rates lower.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Amazon Threat to FedEx Is No Longer ‘Fantastical'
Reports that FedEx is offering discounts to bolster demand for its air-delivery network shows how much the e-commerce giant has already disrupted the logistics industry.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Carl Icahn Proves Deft Dealer Again in Caesars Win
Eldorado Resorts is paying up for a casino "whale" and now must prove it's worth it. For Icahn, it is.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Corporations are getting dragged into a debate they've long sought to avoid: Abortion
A confluence of forces could make it more challenging for companies to remain quiet on the sidelines on what is perhaps America's most polarizing social issue.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Facebook's Libra helps power bitcoin to 15-month high and new interest in cryptocurrency
The world's largest cryptocurrency is trading near $11,000, at its highest level since March 2018.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Four women's soccer stars have a new goal: Building a gender-neutral lifestyle business
The members of the 2015 Women's World Cup championship team are launching a brand aimed at equality and inclusivity.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Why you should care about the lighting in your home
Instead of settling for the lights that come with your house, change them for a better lighting experience.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Zuckerberg's Facebook ‘Supreme Court' Can't Handle All the Disputes
A content oversight panel is a good start but won't solve the bigger problems.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Verizon, Amazon Web Services outages reported throughout northeastern U.S.
It's unclear whether the outages are connected.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

This is the absolute worst economic theory in the history of theories
No, former president Barack Obama, who took office in 2009, didn't cause the Great Recession, which began in 2007.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Facebook's Nick Clegg discusses social media and internet regulation in Berlin
BERLIN - Nick Clegg, Head of Global Affairs at Facebook and Britain's former deputy prime minister, gives a speech about regulation of social media and the internet. Earlier on Monday, Clegg said that there was ‘absolutely no evidence' that outside forces such as Russia had used Facebook to target users and influence Britain's vote to leave the European Union

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

CBD-infused food and beverages are still illegal under U.S. law. So why are they everywhere?
A new line of beverages containing "active hemp extract" debuts in stores this week, which may push the FDA closer to establishing a regulatory framework

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Bristol-Myers's $74 Billion Celgene Splurge Just Got Riskier
The drug giant is selling a profitable medication to appease regulators, taking some shine off the year's biggest pharma deal.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

‘Tax us more': Group of ultra rich urge 2020 candidates to introduce wealth tax
In an open letter, the heirs to fortunes and self-made billionaires urged 2020 presidential candidates to impose a wealth tax on the richest 1 percent of Americans.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

‘Tax us more': Group of ultrarich urge 2020 presidential candidates for a wealth tax
An open letter signed by a host of wealthy Americans calls for a wealth tax on the richest people in the country.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Billionaire's $6.6 Billion Bid Comes with Strings
Germany's Metro will still truggle to fend off this takeover offer.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Chinese bank in probe on North Korean sanctions, money laundering faces financial ‘death penalty'
A U.S. judge's contempt finding triggers a Patriot Act penalty that could cut off access to the American banking system.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Chinese bank involved in probe on North Korean sanctions and money laundering faces financial ‘death penalty'
A U.S. judge's contempt finding triggers a Patriot Act penalty that could cut off access to the American banking system.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Gloria Vanderbilt reportedly did not leave her heirs much money. Maybe you should follow her lead.
Should you leave your children an inheritance?

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Mercedes Isn't Looking Too Reliable These Days
After three profit warnings in a year, the German car giant's new bosses need to get a grip on their seemingly endless diesel problems.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

Ravelry, the Facebook of knitting, has banned pro-Trump posts over ‘open white supremacy'
The global community of knitters will not be allowed to support President Trump through words or projects, Ravelry said.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Tiny Company That Spawned a Global Media Empire Gets the Ax
The business that spawned WPP is on the block. There's no room for sentimentality under new CEO Mark Read.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Technology 202: A bipartisan pair of senators want companies to put a price on your data
Sens. Warner and Hawley have a new effort.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

What to Expect From the Next Season of Brexit Saga
It's been three years since Britain voted to break away from the European Union, but the country still hasn't managed to leave. Delivering a departure turned out to be trickier than the referendum slogans suggested, and the country has yet to decide what Brexit should really mean. The risk of a messy no-deal split remains real, and companies continue to spend millions preparing for the worst. Brexit has already brought down two prime ministers: Don't rule out another general election before the

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

The Bitter Contest for China's Online Shoppers
A French retailer is shrinking its China footprint. It isn't the first and won't be the last Western firm to struggle with local e-commerce rivals.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

‘A new era': Trump and 2020 hopefuls are singling out more American companies by name
How companies should respond as a presidential norm of criticizing American enterprise in more generic terms is giving way to a naming and shaming strategy on both sides of the aisle.

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 2019

The ‘Pocket-Sized Monster' Terrifying Farmers the World Over
The fall armyworm is hungry, on the move and scaring farmers the world over. The crop-devouring pest has spread from the Americas to Africa and Asia, gorging on rice, corn, vegetables, cotton and more. Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia could be next. In its first three years in Africa alone, it inflicted $13.3 billion of crop losses. A recent arrival in China, the fast-moving grub may infest the country's entire grain-producing farmland within a year. With food supply chains already facing di

Washington Post Business
Jun 24, 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
Jun 24, 2019

What Are Frontier Markets and Why Invest in Them?
If emerging markets are the wild child of the investment family, offering potentially higher rewards in return for greater risk, then what about their smaller sibling, frontier markets? These include countries such as Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan and Nigeria where stock exchanges and currency markets are too small or underdeveloped to be classified as emerging markets. While frontier markets may bring investors more exotic thrills, and spills, they also somewhat counterintuitively can be a safe haven w

Washington Post Business
Jun 23, 2019

Huawei digs in for a long battle with the U.S.
DONGGUAN, China — At the gleaming new offices of Chinese tech giant Huawei, an employee cafe last weekwas festooned with an intriguing image: a photo of a bullet-riddled Soviet plane from World War I...

Washington Post Business
Jun 23, 2019

At Huawei headquarters, signs that the Chinese firm is digging in for a long battle with U.S.
The Trump administration has called the tech giant a threat to U.S. national security and taken steps in recent months to undermine Huawei's business.

Washington Post Business
Jun 23, 2019

Bitcoin at $10,000 Is About More Than Mark Zuckerberg
The cryptocurrency's recent jump marks the return of a speculative dream.

Washington Post Business
Jun 23, 2019

Is CBD Really the Marijuana Molecule That Cures All?
Wonder drug or modern-day snake oil? Appearing in stores and online in the form of body lotions, capsules, tinctures, edible gummies and bottled water, CBD has exploded in popularity as a way to reap the supposed health benefits of marijuana without the high that comes with it. All this is in spite of the paucity of evidence of its merits so far.

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

Global Population Could Peak Sooner Than We Think
The UN may be underestimating the pace of decline in African fertility rates.

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

Married to debt: Couples are taking out loans to pay for their weddings
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes paying off the wedding loan.

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

How a dad's lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase could lead to more equal parental leave elsewhere
"If my phone ringing off the hook is any indication," said one human resources consultant, "organizations have really been drawn to all the attention on this case."

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

A ‘Bible tax': Christian publishers warn that China tariffs could lead to costly Bibles
Bibles are overwhelmingly printed in China because of the specialized technology and skills they require to produce.

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

Tinder has more matchmaking power than your BFF. But dating apps aren't necessarily your friends.
Will online dating disrupt American dating trends? Couples are meeting later, dating longer, living together, well before marriage.

Washington Post Business
Jun 22, 2019

Your maid of honor is not made of cash
Here's how columnist Michelle Singletary says you can save your money and friendship with the bride and groom.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

White House did not impose new Iran sanctions Thursday, despite Trump's claim
The White House did not impose new sanctions against Iran on Thursday in response to its downing of a U.S. military drone, contrary to President Trump's assertion in a Twitter post Friday morning. Tru...

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Americans don't want endless trade wars, threats and tariffs
The Democrats lack only one thing to counter the president's policy: a coherent alternative.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Americans don't want endless trade wars, threats and tariffs. What we need is a bold alternative.
Democrats have historically promoted trade and policies that promote economic well-being. It's time they turn the tide.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Analysis: Even top workers face problems with diversity, pay gaps
There's no easy fix. Companies need to focus on structural obstacles, among other things, to increase equity.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Before and after: How the Top Workplaces winners became leaders in their industries
Three D.C.-area execs chat over dinner about their paths to the top.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Even Top Workplaces face problems with diversity and pay gaps
There's no easy fix. Companies need to focus on structural obstacles, among other things, to increase equity.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Goodbye, Chrome: Google's web browser has become spy software
Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Hacked documents reveal sensitive details of border surveillance
The data revealed the workings of a complex network that authorities have long sought to keep secret.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Markets mixed amid Iran tensions, G-20 anticipation
The Dow edged closer to its all-time high as the S&P 500 brushed with another record.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Monty Python and the Unholy Fail of Jet Airways
Everyone can finally stop pretending that the carrier is still alive, now that the bankruptcy tribunal has taken the case.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Screen time is rising, reading is falling, and it's not young people's fault
New data from the American Time Use Survey charts huge increases in screen time among seniors.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Newlyweds are killing wedding cakes in exchange for cobbler carts and doughnut dioramas
Millennials are reshaping contemporary wedding receptions, events at which you might not find any cake at all.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Paris Air Show Lands on an Optimistic Note
While growth in demand for commercial aviation is likely to slow, no one was panicking. Plus more industrial insights.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

‘Stuff is meaningless': Marrying millennials rethink registries
The rules of wedding registries are changing. Companies are increasingly thinking beyond kitchen gadgets and housewares in courting couples.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

U.S. markets mixed amid Iran tensions, G-20 anticipation
The Dow edges closer to its all-time high as the S&P 500 brushes with another record.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Supercomputing is latest front in U.S.-China high-tech battle
China's burgeoning supercomputer industry became the latest target of U.S. trade restrictions as officials banned exports to four Chinese technology companies and one research institute on the grounds that they threaten American national security.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

He wants to open up the e-suite beyond the chosen few
ExecOnline's founder partners with elite institutions to increase access to opportunity.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

How to make the best impression as a networking newbie
Learn a little about your contact's professional background, request a specific conversation topic and always follow up with a thank you note after a meeting.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Analysis: Even top employers face problems with diversity, pay gaps
There's no easy fix. Companies need to focus on structural obstacles, among other things, to increase equity.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

For many in the D.C. area, Patient First has become their medical home base
The storefront urgent-care clinics, an integral part of the regional health system, enjoys patient and staff loyalty.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

U.S. expands tech battle with China, barring more technology sales
U.S. officials are banning exports to four Chinese technology companies and one research institute on the grounds that they are undermining American national security, the latest move in a broadening...

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

U.S. markets keep the gains coming amid escalating tensions with Iran
The Dow edges closer to its all-time high as the S&P 500 brushes with another record.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

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

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

The Washington area's top leaders on what it takes to build success
They have wildly different backgrounds yet share common qualities. Three D.C. executives describe their paths to the top.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Yes, D.C.'s a world-class city — but it's really only affordable to people with world-class incomes
For low-income families, there are ways to ease the cost-of-living crunch in greater Washington: Subsidies.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

When Facebook's Banker Is Governor Mark Carney
The Bank of England is ready to open the doors of the financial system a little more to Big Tech. Incumbent banks should worry.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

The Technology 202: Taking Facebook to task on cryptocurrency will be a steep challenge for Washington
Lawmakers have struggled to get up to speed on much more basic tech problems.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Blowups (of All Kinds) Are Not What Oil Needs
A refinery explosion and rising Gulf tensions may drive prices higher, but for the wrong reasons.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Hacked documents reveal sensitive details of expanding border surveillance
The hack revealed the inner workings of a complex surveillance network that border authorities have long sought to keep secret.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Amazon Pants Failure Shows Fashion Growing Pains
Its StyleSnap visual search tool could give the e-commerce giant a unique edge in online apparel, but it's just not there yet.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About the Extradition Bill Rocking Hong Kong
Hong Kong's government has suspended efforts to pass a law that would for the first time allow extraditions to mainland China. The proposal generated massive opposition and a series of protests.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

This is how Google's Chrome lets the cookies track you, imagined in real life
Chrome has become like spyware for the company, allowing more tracker cookies than any other browser. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler imagines how that might feel in real life, and gives advice for more privacy-conscious web browsing.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Why Russian Missiles (Again) Divide Turkey and the U.S.
The Turkish government is on the brink of buying Russia's S-400 missile-defense system, angering President Donald Trump's administration.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It's time to switch.
Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Luxury Holidays and SUVs Are Badges of Shame Now
Climate protesters have realized there's great mileage in making people feel ashamed of their consumer choices. The car and air industries should worry.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

A Lowball Takeover Bid? Thanks, That'll Do Nicely
Oriflame's independent directors are endorsing a bid from the cosmetics company's founding family that they acknowledge is stingy.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

The Finance 202: Stock market high threatens to send Trump the wrong message on China
Everyone is waiting to see what happens at G-20 in Japan.

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Scotland's Independence
Scotland claims credit for inventing the telephone, television and penicillin, not to mention modern economics. Its people built ships, bridges and locomotives for the world and, more recently, Grand Theft Auto. Scotland is also home to one of Europe's most prominent independence movements. In a 2014 referendum on whether it should break away to establish the continent's newest nation-state, voters chose to remain in the three-centuries-old United Kingdom with England and Wales by 55 percent to

Washington Post Business
Jun 21, 2019

Why Electric-Powered Airplanes Are Headed for Takeoff
In Sweden they call it flygskam, or flying shame -- that guilty sense when you zip off to Spain for the weekend that you're helping destroy the planet. Airlines and aircraft makers are acutely aware that they face tougher emissions regulations and potential backlash from climate-conscious customers. That's one reason they're seeking ways to cut pollution and reduce their carbon footprint, including new electric and hybrid planes that could do for the skies what the Toyota Prius did for the roads

Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 2019

Why Facebook Is Minting a Coin and How You Can Use It
Facebook Inc. -- along with 27 partners -- is wading into the world of cryptocurrencies with Libra, a digital token that's projected to be used in everything from commerce to money transfers. Here are the details:

Washington Post Business
Jun 20, 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
Jun 20, 2019

S&P 500 surges to a record close on strength of the Fed's rate-cut signals
The Standard & Poor's 500 topped its mark at closing one day after the Federal Reserve sent its strongest signal to date that it may take steps to guard against an economic downturn.

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