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  • By Washington Post   -   May 26, 2019

    TECH COLD WAR WILL FORCE WORLD TO CHOOSE

    Team China, or America? Don't expect it to be easy.

    World, Tech, China
  • By Washington Post   -   May 26, 2019

    WHAT ARE FRONTIER MARKETS AND WHY INVEST IN THEM?: QUICKTAKE

    If emerging markets are the wild child of the investment family, offering potentially higher rewards in return for greater risk, then...

    Invest, Market, Currency, Investments, Exchange, Currencies, Investment, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   May 25, 2019

    WHAT HAPPENS NEXT IN BREXIT?

    Three years since Britain voted to leave the European Union, Brexit has now defeated two British prime ministers. Theresa May is on...

    Companies, Company
  • By Washington Post   -   May 25, 2019

    BEAUTIFUL, BOUGIE AND ALL THE OTHER WORDS AMERICANS STILL CAN'T SPELL

    Hawaii went from “grateful” in 2018 to “Hawaii” in 2019. D.C. simply had “enough.”

  • By Washington Post   -   May 25, 2019

    UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA GETS $68 MILLION GIFT FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION

    The donation from Frank M. Sands Sr. sets a record for the university's Darden School of Business.

    Education, Business
  • By Washington Post   -   May 25, 2019

    FIRST AMERICAN LEFT HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF RECORDS EXPOSED, SECURITY BLOG REPORTS

    The leading mortgage settlement and title insurance firm left 885 millions customer records accessible on the web, including personal...

    Data, Insurances, Security, Insurance
  • By Washington Post   -   May 25, 2019

    MADURO INVITES HUAWEI TO SET UP 4G NETWORK IN VENEZUELA

    Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is inviting China's Huawei to help set up a 4G network in Venezuela, prompting opposition leader...

    China
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    HOW QUICKLY SHOULD GRADUATES START SAVING FOR RETIREMENT?

    Young adults are told to save for retirement as soon as possible. But is this the best advice?

    Savings
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    THE REASON RURAL AMERICA IS DOOMED TO DECLINE

    By some measures, rural America has grown faster than urban areas. Why didn't we notice?

  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    SECURITY BLOG REPORTS THAT FIRST AMERICAN LEFT HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF RECORDS EXPOSED

    A leading mortgage settlement and title insurance company, First American Financial Corporation, left hundreds of millions of customer...

    Companies, Security, Insurance, Company, Insurances
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    SENATE APPROVES DEAL ON DISASTER AID, LEAVES OUT BORDER MONEY TRUMP DEMANDED

    The vote comes after weeks of fraught negotiations.

  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    $19.1 BILLION IN NATIONWIDE DISASTER AID STALLS AFTER SINGLE HOUSE REPUBLICAN OBJECTS

    Rep. Chip Roy voted to block the legislation.

    Housing, House
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    KNIGHT KIPLINGER'S 25-YEAR PLAN: BUILD A TOWN FROM SCRATCH ON THE FLORIDA COAST

    The personal finance publisher's passion project draws on his family's long history of a classic buy-and-hold investment: real estate.

    Investments, Real Estate, Financing, Buy, Building, Investment, Finance, Invest
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    THE FDA APPROVES A GENE THERAPY THAT IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE DRUG IN THE WORLD

    The gene therapy Zolgensma, priced at $2.1 million, treats infants with spinal muscular atrophy.

    World
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    UBER, LYFT AND THE HARD ECONOMICS OF TAXI CAB MEDALLIONS

    When a business is partially regulated, the part that isn't performs in uneconomic ways.

    Business
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    HOW MIDDLE-AGE, MIDDLE-CLASS MOMS ARE KILLING JCPENNEY AND KOHL'S

    The chains tried - and failed - to court millennials, alienating their most loyal shoppers in the process.

  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    TRUMP'S TARIFFS COULD FIZZLE FIREWORKS, AN AMERICAN TRADITION THAT'S 95 PERCENT MADE IN CHINA

    If fireworks aren't removed from the list of tariffs, executives said, their businesses will not be able to absorb the costs.

    China, Business
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    RECESSION WATCH STARTS AT THE 18TH HOLE FOR THESE CEOS

    Leaders of the world's top manufacturers gathered for an annual confab in Florida this week. Here's what they said, plus more industrial...

    World, Industry, Industries
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    FACEBOOK ACKNOWLEDGES PELOSI VIDEO IS FAKED BUT DECLINES TO DELETE IT

    Despite determinations that a Nancy Pelosi video circulating widely on social media is a fake, Facebook has determined not to remove...

    Video, Medias, Videos, Media
  • By Washington Post   -   May 24, 2019

    WHAT'S AT STAKE IN U.S.-JAPAN TRADE TALKS

    More than two years after U.S. President Donald Trump walked away from a regional Asia-Pacific trade agreement, the U.S. and Japan...

    World, Trading, Region, Asia, Economy, China, Japan