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  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    HOW TO CREATE STYLE IN YOUR HOME WHEN YOU AREN'T SURE WHAT YOUR STYLE IS

    Just because your style does not fit into a common category - or just because you have not been able to articulate your style - does...

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    WITH ‘AMERICA FIRST', SOME FOREIGN COMPANIES IN THE U.S. FEAR TRUMP IS PUTTING THEM LAST

    Foreign firms operating in the U.S. are growing uneasy about the president's rhetoric, and that could slow foreign investment.

    Investment, Companies, Company, Invest, Investments
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    FEARFUL OF AN IMPENDING RECESSION? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU'RE NEAR RETIREMENT OR RETIRED

    If you're watching the value of your 401 swing up and down, telling you to not panic seems insensitive to your reality.

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    CABLE COWBOY HAS UPPER HAND IN $6.4 BILLION POKER GAME

    The cable tycoon is facing resistance to his deal with Sunrise. Good luck making him budge.

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    FEARFUL OF AN IMPENDING RECESSION? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU'RE NEAR RETIREMENT OR RETIRED

    A lot of retirees and investors close to retiring are worried about a coming recession and how it may affect their retirement savings....

    Savings
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    MILLENNIALS' PORTFOLIOS SHOULD START TO LEAVE HOME

    Investing overseas is one advantage they have over their parents.

    Investment, Investments, Invest
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    WHY RUSSIA'S GARBAGE PROTESTS TURNED VIOLENT

    The bigger stink may be corruption, not trash.

    Russia
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    TOP CEOS ARE RECLAIMING LEGITIMACY BY ADVANCING A VISION OF WHAT'S GOOD FOR AMERICA

    By disavowing shareholder primacy and embracing a broader vision of corporate purpose, a group of top chief executives has now enhanced...

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    GROUP OF TOP CEOS SAYS MAXIMIZING SHAREHOLDER PROFITS NO LONGER CAN BE THE PRIMARY GOAL OF CORPORATIONS

    The new statement, released Monday by the Business Roundtable - whose members are CEOs of America's largest companies - suggests balancing...

    Business, Companies, Company
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    HSBC GETS THE COLD SHOULDER IN CHINA

    Being omitted from a list of banks helping to set a new benchmark will feed perceptions it's in Beijing's bad books.

    Bank, China, Banks
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    100-YEAR BONDS ARE A DANGEROUS TEMPTATION

    Austria's century debt has performed much better than Argentina's on value terms, but even the safest stuff carries real risk at this...

    Bond, Bonds
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    MASA'S VISIONARY SEQUEL HAS A DESPERATE LOOK

    SoftBank leaning on employees for cash suggests fundraising for his next venture-capital epic has been less than smooth.

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    NO, CHINA ISN'T EASING. IT JUST HAS A NEW BENCHMARK

    The central bank knows that a policy rate cut would be ineffective, so it's finding ways to get funding to the corners of the economy...

    Rate, Fund, China, Banks, Bank, Economy
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    TRUMP SUGGESTS COMMERCE DEPARTMENT WON'T EXTEND HUAWEI REPRIEVE

    The president's remarks to reporters Sunday marked his latest escalation against the Chinese tech giant amid a broader trade battle...

    Trading, Tech
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 19, 2019

    TOP TRUMP ADVISERS DOWNPLAY RECESSION RISKS AFTER TUMULTUOUS WEEK IN THE MARKETS

    Larry Kudlow and Peter Navarro appeared on Sunday morning shows to argue that the president's trade offensive against China isn't harming...

    Trading, China, Market, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 18, 2019

    THE QUANTUM REVOLUTION IS COMING, AND CHINESE SCIENTISTS ARE AT THE FOREFRONT

    A Shanghai conference reveals the extent of the Chinese research commitment to a field with big economic and military applications.

  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 18, 2019

    SEVEN BASIC QUESTIONS ABOUT QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY, ANSWERED

    In a new story, we look at the intense competition between China and the United States to develop quantum technology, which is based...

    Technology, Technologies, United States, China, Computer
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 18, 2019

    WHY CHINA'S GETTING READY TO SHAKE UP INTEREST RATES

    The People's Bank of China will start liberalizing its system of interest rates, in what would be another milestone in the landmark...

    Economy, Bank, Market, Banks, China, Government, Marketing, Rate, World
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 18, 2019

    A CAPITAL CITY IN THE JUNGLE? IT'S NOT A CRAZY IDEA

    Indonesia's plan to move the government out of Jakarta could fuel corruption and degrade the environment - but the country needs it

    Government, Moving
  • By Washington Post   -   Aug 18, 2019

    WHAT YOUR SNAPCHAT SELFIE HAS IN COMMON WITH THE ARMY

    If you dodged real-world trash cans to chase virtual monsters during the Pokemon Go craze, you experienced augmented reality. Sixty...

    World, Technology, Technologies