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  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    POWER DOESN'T CORRUPT. IT SHOWS THE REAL SELF

    Gaining authority frees people up to act on their real wishes and show their true colors. And the ultimate test of character for people...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    THE NEXT MONEY CROP FOR FARMERS: SOLAR PANELS

    In Illinois, a push for renewable energy could alter the state's agricultural landscape.

    Energy, Energies
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    A RANGER WAS FURLOUGHED DURING THE SHUTDOWN. NOW SHE'S COLLECTING A $29.5 MILLION JACKPOT

    Judith Smith bought the golden ticket in New Jersey just days before the shutdown began.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    FOR CHINA, ISRAEL LOSES ITS PROMISED LAND ALLURE

    The “Startup Nation” is ramping up scrutiny over mainland deals in its tech sector. Frostier ties will hurt both countries.

    China, Tech, Land, Sector
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    YOUR HONOR, IT'S AN EGGPLANT: LAWYERS CALL FOR GUIDANCE ON INTERPRETING EMOJI

    Noting the rise of emoji in court cases, and the multiple meanings couched in images such as a peach or a bathtub, lawyers in Britain...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    KRAFT'S ICONIC AMERICAN CHEESE IS LOSING GROUND IN TODAY'S AMERICA

    Food conglomerate Kraft Heinz took a $15.4 billion write-down in two of its most powerful brands this week, a warning that even the...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    A UNITED TECH CARRIER DEAL POINTS ONE WAY

    Only Johnson Controls has the heft to make it work, but it's playing coy. Also, more industrial insights.

    Industry, Industries, Tech
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    PATRICK MAHOMES II PUTS UP VIDEO GAME NUMBERS ON AND OFF THE FOOTBALL FIELD

    As the Chiefs quarterback's star continues to rise, he credits gaming for keeping him grounded and will take his PlayStation with him...

    Videos, Credit, Video, Credits
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    MICROSOFT WORKERS CALL FOR CANCELLING MILITARY CONTRACT FOR TECHNOLOGY THAT COULD TURN WARFARE INTO A “VIDEO GAME”

    Employees at Microsoft on Friday demanded the company cancel a contract to supply its augmented-reality headsets to the U.S. Army,...

    Videos, Video, Companies, Company, Technologies, Technology
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    A RANGER WAS FURLOUGHED DURING THE SHUTDOWN. NOW SHE'S COLLECTING A $29.5 MILLION JACKPOT

    Judith Smith bought the golden ticket just days before the shutdown began.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    RICHARD BRANSON'S VIRGIN GALACTIC REACHES SPACE AGAIN IN SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT

    For the second time in three months, Virgin Galactic has launched a spacecraft into space. But varying definitions of "space" sparked...

    Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    THE IMPORTANT WAY THE 2008 CRISIS WAS WORSE THAN THE GREAT DEPRESSION

    The economy will soon be further behind its pre-crisis trend than it was at this point of the Great Depression.

    Trends, Trend, Economy
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    KRAFT'S ICONIC AMERICAN CHEESE IS LOSING GROUND IN TODAY'S AMERICA

    Food conglomerate Kraft Heinz took a $15.4 billion write-down in two of its most powerful brands this week, a jarring warning that...

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    A GO-WITH-FLO FAIRNESS PROPOSAL

    Progressive Insurance had a better way to balance the interests of shareholders, employees.

    Insurance, Insurances
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    HER BIOTECH FIRM SOLVES MEDICAL MYSTERIES

    “I am good at putting puzzles together,” says research scientist Crystal Icenhour, CEO of Aperiomics.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    PRESIDENT TRUMP KEEPS CLAIMING THAT CHINA IS PAYING ‘BILLIONS' IN TARIFFS TO THE TREASURY

    But Americans - not China - pay the tariffs. And so far, it's a net loser for the government.

    Government, China
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    WHEN SHOULD DADS-TO-BE NEED TELL THEIR EMPLOYERS?

    He's starting a new job. Should he have mentioned the baby before accepting the offer?

    Employment, Job, Jobs
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    FLUTIST SETTLES EQUAL-PAY SUIT WITH BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

    Elizabeth Rowe filed suit in July but told

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    WAYFAIR CAN'T RELAX ON THE EASY CHAIR OF SALES GROWTH

    The online home-goods retailer's operating expenses continue to climb, and it's still spending a lot on marketing.

    Sale, Market, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 22, 2019

    YOUR HONOR, IT'S AN EGGPLANT: LAWYERS CALL FOR GUIDANCE ON INTERPRETING EMOJI

    The multiple meanings of emoji are not always readily grasped.