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  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    ONION PRICE SLUMP SHARPENS MODI'S ELECTION STAKES

    The cost of food is a perennial risk for Indian governments - but this time it's rural, not urban, voters who are revolting.

    Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    WHY THE LIGHTS KEEP GOING OUT IN SOUTH AFRICA

    Rolling blackouts that began Nov. 29 have South Africans firing up candles, flashlights and generators. It's all because Eskom Holdings...

    Energies, Business, Government, Energy
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    THE U.S. HAS HUAWEI IN CUFFS. CHINA HAS THE U.S. IN CHAINS

    Here's a vision of how things might look if Beijing decides to retaliate by leveraging its dominance of the supply chain for American...

    Company, Companies, China
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    BEYOND HUAWEI, SCIENTIST'S DEATH HURTS CHINA'S TECHNOLOGY QUEST

    The loss of renowned physicist Zhang Shoucheng highlights tensions over Chinese venture capital investments in U.S. technology startups.

    Technology, Technologies, China, Investment, Invest, Investments
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    KUDLOW: TRUMP DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT EXECUTIVE'S ARREST BEFORE DINING WITH CHINESE LEADER

    The White House economic adviser denied that President Trump was livid on learning that a Huawei executive was arrested in Canada on...

    Housing, House
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 10, 2018

    OVERSIGHT OF U.S. MILITARY'S FOOD SUPPLIERS CALLED INTO QUESTION AFTER FRAUD INDICTMENT

    A contractor responsible for supplying deployed U.S. troops with food, water and basic supplies faces federal fraud charges. It is...

    Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 9, 2018

    WHY EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS SUDDENLY MATTER

    European Parliament elections have traditionally been dull affairs. This time is different. The continent-wide vote May 23-26 is shaping...

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 9, 2018

    NOBLE'S IGNOBLE END LEAVES A STAIN ON SINGAPORE

    The looming insolvency of the once-mighty commodities trader is a cautionary lesson to the city-state's exchange not to drop its standards.

    Traders, Exchange, Trader
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    CONFUSED ABOUT BREXIT? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    U.K. and European Union negotiators have reached a Brexit withdrawal deal. But the saga is far from over.

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    MARIJUANA EDUCATION OR ILLEGAL DRUG-SELLING? INSTAGRAM'S NOT SURE

    Instagram shuts down the accounts of medical cannabis dispensaries, sometimes in error.

    Education
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    AMAZON'S VA. HEADQUARTERS EXPECTED TO HAVE $15 BILLION ECONOMIC IMPACT BY 2030

    The entire D.C. region will benefit, but no area as much as Northern Virginia, a new study says.

    Region
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    HUAWEI EXECUTIVE WANTED BY U.S. FACES FRAUD CHARGES RELATED TO IRAN SANCTIONS, COULD FACE 30 YEARS IN PRISON

    The arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver roiled financial markets and raised questions over the next steps in the trade battles between...

    Trading, China, United States, Market, Marketing
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    ANALYSIS: WHY YOU SHOULDN'T WORRY ABOUT THE NUMBER

    Job growth was always going to slow down when unemployment got this low. The challenge for the Federal Reserve is figuring out whether...

    Jobs, Analysis, Economy, Job
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    CHIPS ARE DOWN IN MACAU FOR AMERICA'S CASINO KINGS

    U.S.-China tensions aren't doing a lot of favors for Macau casinos dependent upon license renewals.

    China
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    WHY THE SPEECH GEORGE H.W. BUSH DIDN'T GIVE MAY BE HIS MOST IMPORTANT

    By not rushing to take credit for the fall of the Berlin Wall, the 41st president acted with restraint in a way that put the country...

    Credits, Credit
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    IS IT OKAY TO SKIP THE OFFICE HOLIDAY PARTY?

    My co-workers are begging me to go to an office party. Do I risk looking antisocial, or should I bite the bullet and go?

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    YOUR APPLE PRODUCTS ARE GETTING MORE EXPENSIVE. HERE'S HOW THEY GET AWAY WITH IT

    Apple's prices are outpacing not only inflation but also other gadget makers. Yet would switching be worth the cost?

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    HOW THE HUAWEI ARREST EXTENDS A TROUBLED HISTORY WITH THE  U.S

    Huawei Technologies Co.'s Chief Financial Officer Wanzhou Meng, arrested in Canada, has been charged in connection with alleged violations...

    Technology, Technologies, Company, Government, Business, China, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    TRUMP SIGNS SHORT-TERM SPENDING BILL KEEPING GOVERNMENT FUNDED THROUGH DEC. 21

    A pre-Christmas fight looms over funding for Trump's border wall, threatening a partial government shutdown.

    Government, Fund
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    GMAIL BUG ON ‘PROMOTIONS' REVEALS AN ALGORITHMIC MYSTERY

    Google blamed an inadvertent bug for causing its email filters to go haywire, rerouting messages in a way that made users think it...

    Land