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  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 24, 2018

    NUCLEAR WEAPONS

    Half a century after world powers agreed to thwart the spread of nuclear weapons and reduce their own arsenals, both those projects...

    World, China, France, Russia
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 24, 2018

    CHINA'S GAMING GREEN CHANNEL WAS JUST A LOOPHOLE

    Most of the damage from halting approvals had been done. The latest development is merely an annoyance.

    Green, China
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 24, 2018

    WHAT'S SHARE PLEDGING AND WHY IS CHINA CONCERNED?: QUICKTAKE

    There's nothing like a bout of margin calls to deepen a rout. China's epic stock crash in 2015 was compounded by individual investors...

    Company, Companies, China, Buy
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 24, 2018

    LOCKHEED MARTIN EXECUTIVES BREAK SILENCE OVER KHASHOGGI KILLING AND THEIR BUSINESS WITH SAUDI ARABIA

    In a Tuesday call with investors, Lockheed Martin chief executive Marillyn Hewson said her company would follow the U.S. government's...

    Sale, Companies, Business, Government, Company
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    A BRIDGE ALONE CAN'T UNIFY HONG KONG WITH CHINA

    The Oresund link between Denmark and Sweden shows you need more than gleaming infrastructure to drive integration.

    China
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    HERE'S HOW SAUDI CASH COULD BRING ON THE GLOBAL VC CRASH

    If startups and investors balk at the kingdom's money, funding could grind to a halt. Just the possibility is powerful enough to end...

    Fund
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    INSIDE TARGET'S PLAN TO WIN OVER CUSTOMERS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

    The retail behemoth is expanding same-day delivery options, free two-day shipping and its drive-up programs across the country.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    TRUMP ADMINISTRATION LIKENS BELIEFS OF LEADING U.S. POLITICAL ADVERSARIES TO THOSE OF BRUTAL COMMUNIST DICTATORS

    “Modern journalists and analysts routinely claim that single-payer programs are more efficient - and thus are similar in spirit to...

    Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    LOCKHEED MARTIN EXECUTIVES BREAK SILENCE OVER KHASHOGGI KILLING AND THEIR BUSINESS WITH SAUDI ARABIA

    In a Tuesday call with investors, Lockheed Martin chief executive Marillyn Hewson said her company would follow the U.S. government's...

    Sale, Companies, Business, Government, Company
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    CAMPBELL'S SOUP EXECUTIVE CRITICIZED AFTER TOUTING MIGRANT-CONSPIRACY THEORY

    Kelly Johnston, a vice president with the soup company, suggested that George Soros's Open Society Foundations orchestrated the migration...

    Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    AMAZON MET WITH ICE OFFICIALS OVER FACIAL-RECOGNITION SYSTEM THAT COULD IDENTIFY IMMIGRANTS

    Amazon has marketed the technology to police departments as a way to target and identify criminals, and it is deployed in Oregon and...

    Technology, Market, Marketing, Technologies
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    SILICON VALLEY STRUGGLES TO VOICE ITS CONCERNS OVER KHASHOGGI KILLING AMID VAST SAUDI MONEY AND INFLUENCE

    A few prominent voices in Silicon Valley are calling for the tech world to exercise greater caution in vetting its investors, challenging...

    World, Industry, Industries, Tech
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    U.S. STOCKS RATTLED AS TWO INDUSTRIAL GIANTS WARN OF TROUBLE

    3M cut its guidance and Caterpillar warned dealers worldwide that it would raise prices because of the growing cost of steel.

    Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    FEARS ARE OVERTAKING FACTS IN MARKET SELL-OFF

    Investors seem to be searching for a reason to sell. That's a big sentiment shift from just a few months ago.

    Market, Search, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    CAMPBELL'S SOUP EXECUTIVE TAKES HEAT FOR MIGRANT CONSPIRACY THEORY

    Kelly Johnston suggested that George Soros's Open Society Foundations had orchestrated the migration of thousands of people and was...

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    YOU DIDN'T WIN THE MEGA MILLIONS? GOOD

    Three reasons playing the lottery is bad for you.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    YOU DIDN'T WIN THE MEGA MILLIONS JACKPOT? GOOD

    Three reasons playing the lottery is bad for you.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    UNITED TECHNOLOGIES BREAKUP IS A MATTER OF WHEN, NOT IF

    Activists back a split and the CEO has become increasingly supportive of the idea, which should benefit shareholders.

    Technology, Technologies
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    DESPITE KHASHOGGI CASE, U.S. FIRMS AND SAUDI PRINCE SHOW UP AT ‘DAVOS IN THE DESERT'

    Saudi Prince Mohammed received a standing ovation amid outcry over the journalist's killing.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 23, 2018

    THIS CEO ALLEGEDLY STOLE MILLIONS FROM LOW-INCOME PHONE SUBSCRIBERS TO PAY FOR A FERRARI, A PRIVATE JET AND A FLORIDA CONDO

    Now he faces a record fine from the Federal Communications Commission.