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  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Security, Business
  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Trading, Tax, Taxes, Brussels
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

    Buy
  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Security, Region, Japan, Asia
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Marketing, Government, Banks, Bank, Market
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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.

    Company, Electronics, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Jun 24, 2019

    INSPECTOR GENERAL TO PROBE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION'S HANDLING OF HARRIET TUBMAN ON $20 BILL

    The Trump administration has strongly denied it delayed the release of a new $20 bill due to political concerns.

  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Sale
  • By Washington Post   -   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...

  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Taxes, Tax
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

    World, Trading
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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.

  • By Washington Post   -   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...

    Medias, Russia, Media, Internet
  • By Washington Post   -   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.

    Taxes, Tax