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Nov 05, 2019

AT&T will pay $60 million to settle past FTC claims about misleading ‘unlimited' data plans
Regulators say the carrier "throttled" — slowing speeds to a crawl — more than 3.5 million customers for using too much data.

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Nov 05, 2019

Hackers can hijack your iPhone or smart speaker with a simple laser pointer — even from outside your home
It's a surprising vulnerability that would allow an attacker to take over any number of popular voice-controlled devices.

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Nov 05, 2019

Here's how Warren's plan would make it nearly impossible for U.S. businesses to stash profits overseas
The proposal would upend American multinationals' growing reliance on tax haven nations by making them "pay the difference."

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Nov 05, 2019

This may be the moment American cheese, true American cheese, has been waiting for
A tariff on European cheeses gives American producers a leg up.

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Nov 05, 2019

Why Google, a software giant, is spending billions to get into gadgets
The company has long pursued hardware but has mostly come up short. So it's doing the next best thing: buying Fitbit, which provides data riches.

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Nov 05, 2019

This foreign meat company got U.S. tax money. Now it wants to conquer America.
Members of Congress want an investigation into JBS as eight Democratic presidential candidates have condemned the consolidation of the meat and food industry.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

Facebook unveils new logo in visible attempt to distinguish social network from eponymous corporation
Facebook says its new branding communicates "clarity" and "optimism." Typography experts say it's also about convincing users it can be trusted.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

Twitter fueled attacks on Muslim candidates in 2018, study finds
The anti-Islam invective spread beyond the social media platform.

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Nov 04, 2019

U.S. Navy reaches agreement with General Dynamics to buy new Virginia-class attack submarines
A roundup of business news from around the world.

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Nov 04, 2019

Uber reports $1.2 billion loss nearly six months after going public
The company's employee lockout period was expected to lift this week, raising concerns about a potential rush to sell its stock.

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Nov 04, 2019

Boeing declares spacecraft abort system test a success, despite the failure of one parachute
The abort system is being developed for the Starliner spacecraft that is intended to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.

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Nov 04, 2019

Adam Neumann's billion-dollar exit package from WeWork is a lesson in giving founders too much control
Despite its stunning collapse, the company's unorthodox and charismatic founder and former CEO, Adam Neumann, could still walk away with up to $1.2 billion.

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Nov 04, 2019

The Fed and Markets Enter Into an Uneasy Peace
Traders are cautiously prepared to believe Jerome Powell and give the U.S. economy the benefit of the doubt.

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Nov 04, 2019

McDonald's CEO fired for consensual relationship with employee, company says
Easterbrook "demonstrated poor judgement," the company announced Sunday.

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Nov 04, 2019

Mortgage rates move higher for third week in a row
The 30-year fixed-rate average rose to 3.78 percent, its highest level since July.

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Nov 04, 2019

In overworked Japan, Microsoft tested a four-day workweek. Productivity soared 40 percent.
It is the latest example of a growing global movement to experiment with the concept of a four-day workweek.

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Nov 04, 2019

The discount brokerage wars are upon us. Take a deep breath before engaging.
As financial houses like Charles Schwab and E-Trade race to zero fees, would-be day traders need to weigh the odds and proceed with caution.

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Nov 04, 2019

Buffalo Wild Wings asked a group to move because a customer didn't ‘want black people sitting near him.' The staff has been fired.
"No one should experience what we experienced that day with racism," a 10-year-old in the group said.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

U.S. markets soar to fresh highs, extending November's record-setting start
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq are powering forward as investors revel in strong economic and earnings data.

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Nov 04, 2019

Trump ends trade benefits for Cameroon over ‘persistent human rights violations'
The move follows a decision to scale back military aid for the country as it battles Boko Haram.

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Nov 04, 2019

Under Armour shares tank 16 percent following news of federal investigation
The Baltimore-based sportswear giant says it is cooperating with SEC and DOJ probes, and that it did not do anything wrong.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

Unemployment is climbing in key swing states, including Michigan and Wisconsin
Unemployment is rising in four of 10 key swing states, a trend that could become a factor in next's years election if it gets worse.

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Nov 04, 2019

Washington-area appointments and promotions for Nov. 4
A look at who is moving where in the region's job market.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

Work Advice: As a writer, it's hard to make a name for yourself when editors keep misspelling your byline
The author could try embracing the mistake, such as Mayor Pete Buttigieg's "Boot Edge Edge 2020" campaign, and make it part of the writer's brand.

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Nov 04, 2019

Aramco Budges on $2 Trillion and Dangles Gifts, Too
A lower-than-mooted valuation and dividend inducements may attract investors to the world's biggest oil IPO, but larger risks remain.

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Nov 04, 2019

Exxon Mobil, Chevron profits fall as energy prices decrease
A roundup of business news from around the world.

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Nov 04, 2019

The Technology 202: A small team of attorneys is racing to keep up with tech companies' antitrust documents
The mismatch is indicative of a David-and-Goliath battle.

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Nov 04, 2019

Stocks jump to record on economic confidence, strong earnings
It accelerated on Friday after an unexpectedly strong hiring report.

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Nov 04, 2019

Here's how to pick the executor of your estate. It may not be the person you think.
Choosing an executor of your estate based on the birth order of your children may not be the best plan.

Washington Post Business
Nov 04, 2019

Putting on the Squeeze?Won't Tame India's Twin?Crises
Credit turmoil and a?fiscal hole are undermining the economy. Killing the telco?golden goose can't help.??

Washington Post Business
Nov 03, 2019

Under Armour says its accounting practices are under federal investigation
The Baltimore-based sportswear giant says it is cooperating with SEC and DOJ probes, and that it did not do anything wrong.

Washington Post Business
Nov 03, 2019

Why Collision and Concussion Are Sports'?Twin Dangers
The life of a top professional athlete involves hard training, plenty of stress, career-threatening injuries and no shortage of money. But now, some high-profile figures -- think Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Wales rugby union captain Sam Warburton -- have decided at a relatively early age that the glory and the lucre no longer outweigh the pain. The issue of long-lasting injuries, particularly concussion and its ramifications, looms ever larger for anyone looking to take up a c

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Nov 03, 2019

TikTok declines to testify to Congress about China, in move that threatens to stoke lawmakers' ire
Lawmakers have grown increasingly concerned about TikTok's handling of controversial political content and its approach to privacy.

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Nov 03, 2019

Colorful Columbia Sportswear Co. chairwoman dies at 95
Boyle, who starred in ads proclaiming her as "One Tough Mother," took over the small outdoor clothing company in 1970 after her husband died and built it into a national brand and retailer.

Washington Post Business
Nov 03, 2019

Key Senate Democrats probe White House's handling of Ukraine trade benefits
Two top Senate Democrats are demanding details of the Trump administration's delay in restoring Ukraine's trade privileges, which occurred last summer as President Trump was also withholding military...

Washington Post Business
Nov 03, 2019

For many families, the costs of long-term care are horrifying
How will you pay for long term care services? One daughter shares her experience with paying for the care of her father.

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Nov 03, 2019

Downturns in these four counties have foreshadowed past recessions. What are they doing now?
When Robertson County sneezes, it's probably a sign that the rest of the United States has a cold. The Tennessee county tends to stumble long before a recession hits the rest of the country. We checked in to see what makes it so apparently clairvoyant.

Washington Post Business
Nov 03, 2019

Police think Amazon's Alexa may have information on a fatal stabbing case
Police in Hallandale Beach, Fla., say they have obtained the data from Amazon, which has pushed back against releasing such information in past cases.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Downtown D.C. newcomers have so many more options for housing, restaurants and shops than I did when I arrived in the 1980s
The Lansburgh, the Lexington at Market Square, Avalon at Gallery Place, the Newseum residences and the Woodward were constructed and developed to offer rental-home choices.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Why Collision and Concussion Are Sports' Twin Dangers
The life of a top professional athlete involves hard training, plenty of stress, career-threatening injuries and no shortage of money. But now, some high-profile figures -- think Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Wales rugby union captain Sam Warburton -- have decided at a relatively early age that the glory and the lucre no longer outweigh the pain. The issue of long-lasting injuries, particularly concussion and its ramifications, looms ever larger for anyone looking to take up a c

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

NBC News digital staffers vote to unionize, citing questions about sexual misconduct procedures
The company has been under public scrutiny after reporter Ronan Farrow alleged that it suppressed his reporting on sexual assault allegations against movie producer Harvey Weinstein and covered up accusations against Matt Lauer.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Older iPhones need this update immediately or GPS, email won't work correctly, Apple says
Users need the update to keep GPS, email, and other functions working.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Skyrocketing repair costs or rust? It may be time to buy a new car.
It's hard to break up with your car. Readers share their warning signs for when it's time to say goodbye.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Which students perform better in school? A study says the better-looking ones excel.
Better-looking children perform better on tests, stay in school longer and end up earning more than their average-looking peers. But why?

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

UAW President Gary Jones steps aside amid federal corruption probe, a week after GM strike ends
The news comes after a six-week strike by UAW workers that saw production shut down at General Motors.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Fierce backlash against Amazon paved the way for Microsoft's stunning Pentagon cloud win
A series of costly delays gave Microsoft the breathing room it needed to become a major player for the Pentagon's Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract. Amazon was thought to be the clear front-runner.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Economy slows, Fed hits brakes, and uncertainty clouds Washington's next steps
Trump promised at least 3 percent growth a year, an annual pace he has yet to achieve. Consumers are still spending, but businesses have pulled back sharply as the trade war and global tensions escalate.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

The hidden problem with HBO Max's service plan
Why AT&T could run into some real challenges getting us the service.

Washington Post Business
Nov 02, 2019

Why It's So Hard to Overthrow the Mighty U.S. Dollar
Russian President Vladimir Putin is acting on a pledge to shrink the role of the U.S. dollar in international trade. Jean-Claude Juncker, outgoing president of the European Commission, says it's "absurd" that Europe uses the greenback for 80% of energy imports. Chinese President Xi Jinping has railed against economic "hegemonism." Can the mighty dollar retain its global dominance when attacked from so many sides? Don't count it out yet.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. probes TikTok over national security concerns
Congressional lawmakers have grown increasingly concerned about the company's handling of political content and its approach to privacy.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

New York City comptroller pushes 56 companies to commit to diversity and adopt the NFL's Rooney Rule
About two dozen of the 56 companies on Stringer's list appear to have no minorities on their board.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Putting on the Squeeze Won't Tame India's Twin Crises
Credit turmoil and a fiscal hole are undermining the economy. Killing the telco golden goose can't help.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 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
Nov 01, 2019

Juul put 1 million tainted pods into the market, former executive alleges in lawsuit
Siddharth Breja, who had been vice president of global finance for the embattled e-cigarette maker, claims he was "inappropriately terminated" in March.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Federal Reserve cuts interest rate for third time this year in effort to boost U.S. economy
Fed leaders anticipated that growth would cool this year to around 2 percent. The rate cuts are meant to prevent growth from slipping much below that pace.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Doubts about chocolate: U.S. officials investigate whether to block critical cocoa imports
U.S Customs and Border Protection officials are investigating whether to block cocoa imports from Ivory Coast, the world's largest supplier, because it depends on hundreds of thousands of child laborers. A team of investigators toured the Ivorian cocoa-growing regions last week.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Google will acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion in direct challenge to Apple
The deal puts Alphabet in a race against Apple when it comes to tracking fitness and health data.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear natural hairstyles at work
It's still legal in most states to ban natural hair styles like braids or dreadlocks. But several state legislators -- and a coalition of civil rights groups -- are trying to change that

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. government investigating TikTok over national security concerns
The review of the Chinese-owned social-media company adds to its woes in Washington.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

WeWork accused of pregnancy discrimination by former employee
The embattled co-working giant is already facing lawsuits alleging age, gender and pay discrimination.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Stop using all inclined sleepers, federal safety agency warns as death toll hits 73
The Consumer Product Safety Commission's new warning applies to any sleeping device that allows babies to sleep at an angle greater than 10 degrees.

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Nov 01, 2019

Pentagon advisory board releases principles for ethical use of artificial intelligence in warfare
The Defense Innovation Board released a lengthy report Wednesday detailing its principles for how the military should use artificial intelligence.

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Nov 01, 2019

School apps track students from the classroom to bathroom, and parents are struggling to keep up
A digital hallpass app that tracks bathroom trips is the latest school software to raise privacy concerns.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Google will acquire Fitbit in $2.1 billion deal that is a direct challenge to Apple
The deal puts Alphabet in a race against Apple when it comes to tracking fitness and health data.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Chick-fil-A had big plans for National Sandwich Day. Then it looked at the calendar.
"Well … this is awkward," the company said in an email.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Actually, you do have enough time to exercise, and here's the data to prove it
The average American has more than five hours of free time a day, according to a new study.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Federal safety officials probe alleged Tesla battery defects
The probe applies to model year 2012 through 2019 Model S and X vehicles.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Tech billionaires have turned Halloween into a circus
Much like the tech industry itself, the Halloween festivities have rapidly scaled from an organic attempt at connection into something unrecognizable.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

S&P 500, Nasdaq close at record levels as jobs report sparks new optimism
The better-than-expected numbers lifted Wall Street, pushing the Dow up 250 points and powering the S&P 500 to record heights.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Why home sellers are so stressed out
TOWN SQUARE | The lack of control, especially around time and money, creates the most anxiety for sellers. At the top of the list, according to Zillow, is not knowing whether the home will sell when the owners want it to.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Universal Basic Income
Should the government guarantee every citizen a monthly stipend, no strings attached, no questions asked? Or a decent-paying job with benefits such as health care and sick leave? Those ideas are part of a global debate over whether and how much to strengthen the social safety net to offset widening inequality and to ease deepening anxiety over joblessness caused by workplace automation. While programs that provide jobs are among the biggest anti-poverty measures in developing countries, the stip

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Stop using all inclined sleepers, warns federal safety agency as death toll hits 73
The Consumer Product Safety Commission's new warning applies to any sleeping device that allows babies to sleep at an angle greater than 10 degrees.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

HBO Max will debut in May and eventually include ‘South Park' and a ‘Game of Thrones' prequel
HBO Max wants to win the streaming wars — with very different weapons.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Here's a tax break that is only available to people over 70
A little-known strategy allows people 701/2 or older to write off charitable donations of IRA income and still take the standard deduction.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

An Obama-era rule to collect worker pay data is headed for the chopping block
A controversial collection of pay data by employers — supported by equal pay activists but opposed by many employers — could soon be curtailed.

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Nov 01, 2019

Big Oil Earnings Provide an Opening for Aramco
Investors who punished the majors over worries about payouts may soon have an alternative.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. economy added 128,000 jobs in October, despite the GM strike
The data was below recent averages but signaled that the labor market is resilient.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. economy added 128,000 jobs in October, despite the GM strike. The jobless rate ticked up to 3.6 percent.
The number surpassed analyst forecasts, even though it was affected by the General Motors strike, which saw 46,000 workers shut down production for six weeks at the automaker.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

WeWork and ex-CEO Neumann accused of pregnancy discrimination by former employee
The embattled co-working giant is already facing lawsuits alleging age, gender and pay discrimination.

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Nov 01, 2019

Why FPOs Are Taking the Wind Out of Tech IPOs
It used to be that technology company initial public offerings (IPOs), were as exciting and potentially enriching an event as the markets had to offer, as investors fought to get in on the ground floor of a hot startup. Now there's a different ground floor: the final private offering, or what some in technology circles are calling an FPO. These late-stage venture capital funding rounds are attracting increased interest from a wide range of other big investors. The demand comes as startups stay p

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

How Italy's Anybody-But-Salvini Government Is Doing
Political turmoil spurred snap elections in Italy in 1994, 1996 and 2008. Another one appeared to be in the offing when Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio, the unlikely bedfellows who sparred constantly while sharing power in a populist coalition, finally broke up. But the unexpected pairing of Di Maio's anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the establishment center-left Democratic Party, which formed a coalition in September, averted an early vote and resurrected the rule of Prime Minister Gi

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Google will acquire Fitbit in $2.1 billion deal and direct challenge to Apple
The deal puts Alphabet in a race against Apple when it comes to tracking fitness and health data.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Google Throws Fitbit Into Its Stew of Uncertainty
The trailblazer of computing is having trouble sorting out the future.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

PG&E's role in Sonoma fire questioned as power outage frustrations grow
The fires have deepened the sense of frustration felt by local residents and politicians as California's largest utility company embarks on an unprecedented schedule of forced blackouts.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

The Technology 202: Here's why Twitter may have trouble enforcing its own political ads ban
The definition of 'issue ads' is murky.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

NBC's latest gamble depends on the idea that you'll want to shop while you watch TV
NBC has rolled out a new feature that allows people to shop while they watch television, but a question remains: will anybody use it?

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Negative Interest Rates
Imagine a bank that pays negative interest. In this upside-down world, savers are penalized and borrowers get paid to borrow money. Crazy as it sounds, the 2008 financial crisis created a lingering economic slump that drove the European Central Bank to experiment by cutting benchmark lending rates below zero in 2014. Then Japan followed. Some 500 million people in a quarter of the world's economies ended up living with rates in the red. The idea is to jolt lending, spur inflation and reinvigorat

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Obamacare enrollment for 2020 begins today in somewhat healthier shape
But the marginal improvements don't make up for years of premium hikes and insurer exits.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

The hottest stop for candidates on the 2020 campaign trail? The picket line.
The humble diner is out. The fiery picket line is in. The road to the White House will be full of unforeseen twists and potholes. But one thing is clear: it leads through a thicket of striking workers.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

BNP's $300 Billion Hedge Fund Gamble
The previously cautious French lender is taking a risk with its takeover of Deutsche Bank's prime brokerage unit.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

China loves Maine lobster, but Trump's trade war means Canada is filling the demand
Beijing's tariffs have gutted exports of the Maine delicacy — and position Canada to fill the growing demand, perhaps permanently.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Big automakers take risks in siding with Trump administration against California
The decision this week by several major automakers to back the administration in a high-stakes legal fight over fuel-efficiency standards could backfire if Democrats take back the White House in 2020.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Alan Howard Goes Back to His Secret Sauce
Brevan Howard's founder is stepping down as CEO to focus on trading. Investors increasingly want hedge fund star names back in the kitchen.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

Trump's Tariffs Make Consumers Cautious
Wayfair's results show how the U.S.-China trade war is affecting shoppers, retailers and suppliers.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. economy added 128,000 jobs in October as GM strike displaced workers; jobless rate ticks up to 3.6 percent
The number surpassed analyst forecasts, even though it was affected by the General Motors strike, which saw 46,000 workers shut down production for six weeks at the automaker.

Washington Post Business
Nov 01, 2019

U.S. officials are working on a Huawei long game
They hope to increase U.S. innovation around the "edge" portion of super-fast 5G networks and to make those components more reliant on U.S. software than on Huawei's hardware.

Washington Post Business
Oct 31, 2019

U.S. stocks fall as trade uncertainty dampens a banner week for Wall Street
A report that Chinese officials have cast doubts on locking down a long-term trade deal with the U.S. rattles investors.

Washington Post Business
Oct 31, 2019

A Mega-Merger Can't Hide $12 Billion of Debt
Two of China's state-owned giants have long been expected to combine. But ChemChina's heavy borrowing could be giving Sinochem cold feet.

Washington Post Business
Oct 31, 2019

Murray Energy files for bankruptcy as coal's role in U.S. power dwindles
The private coal giant whose founder pushed the Trump administration for an overhaul of what it called "anti-coal" environmental policy is the fifth coal company to seek bankruptcy protection this year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 31, 2019

U.S. stocks fall amid trade uncertainty
A report that Chinese officials have cast doubts on locking down a long-term trade deal with the U.S. rattled investors.

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