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  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    ‘WE ARE DOING OUR JOBS': FEDERAL RESERVE IGNORES TRUMP AND STAYS FOCUSED ON GRADUAL INTEREST RATE HIKES

    On Tuesday, President Trump said the Fed is his 'biggest threat,' but top Fed officials are brushing off the criticism, according to...

    Rate, Jobs, Job
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MEGA MILLIONS TWEAKED THE ODDS TO CREATE MONSTER JACKPOTS. IT WORKED

    The game has existed in some form since 1996. But only recently has it been shelling out massive jackpots.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MEGA MILLIONS TWEAKED THE ODDS TO CREATE MONSTER JACKPOTS. IT WORKED

    The Mega Millions jackpot will draw players hoping to score the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    PRUDENTIAL FINANCIAL NO LONGER NEEDS FEDERAL OVERSIGHT, REGULATORS SAY

    The decision to free the insurer from tougher federal oversight was long expected as the Trump administration seeks to roll back regulations...

    Insurance, Insurances
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    THERE'S A LOT OF GASOLINE, BUT NOT ENOUGH FOR TRUMP

    Pump prices are stubbornly high just ahead of the midterms, despite a surge of fuel in storage.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    BERNIE SANDERS, ELIZABETH WARREN TARGET AMAZON OVER LABOR PRACTICES

    “Raising the pay of your lowest-paid workers... does not give you a free pass to engage in potentially illegal anti-union behavior,”...

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    BERNIE SANDERS, ELIZABETH WARREN TARGET AMAZON OVER LABOR PRACTICES

    “Raising the pay of your lowest-paid workers... does not give you a free pass to engage in potentially illegal anti-union behavior,”...

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    U.S. NAMED WORLD'S MOST COMPETITIVE ECONOMY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 10 YEARS, DESPITE FRAYING SOCIAL FABRIC

    The U.S. was recognized for its innovation, strong labor market and financial system.

    World, Economy, Market, Innovations, Marketing, Innovation
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    U.S. NAMED WORLD'S MOST COMPETITIVE ECONOMY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 10 YEARS

    But the World Economic Forum warned that the U.S. economy is threatened by a “weakening social fabric,” corruption and security and...

    World, Security, Economy
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    SAUDI ARABIA'S SHIFT

    For Saudis, life is changing. An infamous ban on women driving was lifted in June, and the government is permitting commercial movie...

    Economy, World, Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    THINGS ARE FINALLY LOOKING UP FOR CHIPMAKERS

    The Dutch semiconductor equipment-maker had a healthy earnings report, but the real bright spot for the industry is in memory chips.

    Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    NEW DATA SHOW HOW IRAN TRIED TO MANIPULATE PUBLIC OPINION ON TWITTER

    Twitter accounts originating in Iran masqueraded as foreign journalists and concerned U.S. citizens in their attempt to push political...

    Opinion, Data, Medias, Media
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    DANONE CAN'T OFFSET A BABY BUST WITH YOGURT

    The company always faced tough comparisons to last year, but it still needs to show investors it can keep sales going outside the nursery.

    Sale, Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    GOING GREEN CAN RAISE THE PRICE OF YOUR HOME. GOING WITH A GREENHORN REALTOR ISN'T

    Studies show you need to consider several factors, including your agent's knowledge, when it comes to energy-conservation features.

    Green, Energy, Energies
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    ONLY A BAD BREXIT CAN STOP THE BANK OF ENGLAND

    For Mark Carney's number-crunchers, improving wage data is much more important than restrained inflation when considering a rate hike.

    Data, Rate, Banks, Bank
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    N.VA. HOUSING MARKET SHOWS SIGNS OF BALANCING OUT

    A moderation in price appreciation as well as increasing inventory is expected to result in a balance of power between buyers and sellers.

    House, Market, Housing, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MORTGAGE FRAUD IS RISING, ACCORDING TO A NEW REPORT

    TOWN SQUARE | Lying about Income was the most common type of fraud.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    GOOGLE TURNS EU REGULATORY VIOLATIONS INTO FEES

    When antitrust officials hand you lemons, you figure out how to sell lemonade to your thirsty customers.

  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MONEY MANAGERS ARE LOSING FAITH IN MONEY MANAGERS

    The value destruction being inflicted on Britain's funds industry is getting spectacular.

    Management, Industries, Industry, Fund
  • By Washington Post   -   Oct 17, 2018

    TENCENT FACES NEW RIVALS JUST AS IT STARTS TO GET ANTI-SOCIAL

    As upstarts rush in, the Chinese internet giant is building for a different future.

    Internet, Building, Future, Futures