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  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    INTERCEPT COMES IN FIRST WITH LIVER DRUG, BUT RACE ISN'T OVER

    It will face a lot of competition for its treatment of a tricky disease.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    PASSWORD MANAGERS HAVE A SECURITY FLAW. BUT YOU SHOULD STILL USE ONE

    Exclusive: A new study finds bugs in five of the most-popular password managers. So how is it safe to keep all your eggs in one basket?

    Security, Management
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    I WAS PASSED OVER FOR A PROMOTION. IS IT DISLOYAL TO APPLY FOR OTHER JOBS?

    Boss fought to keep an employee - but not for the promotion when the time came

    Jobs, Job
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    TESLA KEEPS GIVING ITS CRITICS POWER

    Its latest 10K is a reminder of how much protecting the stock price drives decision-making.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    WALMART'S CHRISTMAS TURNED OUT TO BE JUST FINE

    Comparable sales growth during the crucial holiday quarter was the best in at least 10 years.

    Sale
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    THE BRITISH COME TO SILICON VALLEY - AND IT MAY NOT BE A FRIENDLY VISIT

    Britian's digital chief says he is meeting with executives from companies such as Facebook, Google and Twitter to tell them they're...

    Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    HUAWEI FOUNDER DENIES SHARING SECRETS WITH CHINA

    In a series of interviews with Western news outlets, Ren Zhengfei is disputing allegations of cooperating with the Chinese government...

    Legal, Action, China, Actions, Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    LAGERFELD'S DEATH ISN'T JUST A LOSS OF AN ICON

    He revived Chanel. The fashion giant's passing leaves the brand facing questions about succession and ownership.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    ECB IS AWAKE AND ASLEEP AT THE SAME TIME

    Senior policy makers have recognized the risks threatening the European economy. Too bad they're going to be incredibly slow to act.

    Economy
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    IF HEDGE FUNDS ARE LAGGING, WHY DO THEY HAVE SO MUCH MONEY?

    Investors are sticking with them despite a decade of underperformance.

    Fund
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    8 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT A SLATE ROOF INSTALLATION

    You need to know the name and location of the actual quarry. That's important because some quarries have better reputations - and warranties...

    Location
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    HSBC BANKERS, PREPARE FOR LOWER BONUSES

    To control costs without layoffs, the lender needs to cut back somewhere. Hiring and compensation may be a start.

  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    COUPLE'S YEARS-LONG SEARCH FOR A HOME TO BUY ENDED AT GATEWAY COMMONS

    BUYING NEW | Rising 150-townhouse community is part of Stone Ridge development in Loudoun County, Va.

    Buy, Search
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    NEW UPSCALE 539-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX RISES ON CAPITOL HILL

    TOWN SQUARE | Building amenities for residents will include a rooftop pool with a two-level deck with Capitol views, TV entertainment...

    Building
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    VOLKSWAGEN TRIES TO PLAY CATCH UP ON DRIVERLESS TECH

    Ford-backed Argo isn't a lead player, but a tie-up makes sense. The race to dominate self-driving cars is more marathon than sprint.

    Tech
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    WHY ZIMBABWE IS FED UP WITH USING THE U.S. DOLLAR: QUICKTAKE

    A decade after Zimbabwe scrapped its own currency to end hyperinflation and began using mainly the U.S. dollar, the economy is back...

    Government, Currencies, Fund, Currency, Economy, Employment
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    MAKING SENSE OF WIRECARD'S WILD SHARE PRICE SWINGS: QUICKTAKE

    Wirecard AG's shares have whipsawed this year after a series of reports alleging irregularities at the payment company's Singapore...

    Opinion, Investment, Investments, Sale, Companies, Germany, Company, Invest
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    CHINA'S SILICON VALLEY BLUEPRINT HAS PLENTY OF HOLES

    The plan gives scant detail on how Hong Kong and Macau will be integrated without eroding their special status.

    China
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    THE MINING INDUSTRY'S WASTE PROBLEM WILL ONLY GET WORSE

    To avoid another disaster like Vale's, companies need to invest in better disposal methods. That's going to get harder in the coming...

    Investment, Investments, Companies, Invest, Company, Industries, Industry
  • By Washington Post   -   Feb 19, 2019

    SPANISH BONDS ARE SURPRISINGLY ELECTION-PROOF

    A snap election for late April shouldn't disturb the fundamental stability of the nation's government debt market.

    Marketing, Bond, Bonds, Market, Government