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  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    THE WEEKLY STANDARD, INFLUENTIAL CONSERVATIVE MAGAZINE, WILL SHUTTER

    After 23 years the Washington-based magazine will come to an end, with 35 staff members losing their jobs.

    Jobs, Job
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    TRUMP, A GLOBAL LONER, FINDS HIS CHINA TRADE WAR COMPLAINTS DRAW A CROWD

    The U.S. is gaining support from Europe and Japan in its crackdown on Chinese trade practices.

    Japan, Europe, Trading, China
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    HOW DOES A TECH BILLIONAIRE SAY SORRY FOR HIS UNAUTHORIZED WEDDING? THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT

    The dispute over Sean Parker's wedding served as a parable about the excesses and arrogance of Silicon Valley. But we have the hindsight...

    Tech
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    ELON MUSK, THE SAY-ANYTHING CEO

    Coming at a time when President Trump is shredding norms of what it means to be “presidential,” the Tesla leader has driven right over...

    Rights, Companies, Company, Right
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    EIGHT TRICKS TO KEEP HACKERS FROM RUINING CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

    Here's how to be a defensive online shopper in a world where data breaches are the new norm.

    World, Data
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    SANTA BABY'S BILLION-DOLLAR CHRISTMAS

    At $455 million, a yacht really is a lot. A convertible - even in light blue - is, too.

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    ELITE COLLEGES BOOSTED WOMEN'S EARNINGS AND DECREASED MARRIAGE RATES

    Economists revisited a famous 2002 paper on the value of elite colleges to see what it meant for women.

    Rate
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    A YEAR AFTER THEIR TAX CUTS, HOW HAVE CORPORATIONS SPENT THE WINDFALL?

    U.S. corporations are set to smash a record with billions in share buybacks. And they've made sizable capital investments, too.

    Taxes, Invest, Investments, Investment, Tax
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    REPORT: JOHNSON & JOHNSON KNEW ITS TALCUM POWDER SOMETIMES HAD ASBESTOS TRACES

    The medical-products giant denied the Reuters account as its stock plunged 10 percent.

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    TO COMBAT DIRTY MONEY, BRITAIN ASKS: HOW DID YOU PAY FOR THAT MANSION?

    A London townhouse, a golf course and $20 million Harrods shopping sprees put a woman in the crosshairs of a British fight against...

    London
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 15, 2018

    SIGNS OF TROUBLE FROM CHINA

    A Friday sell-off triggered by concern over the health of the global economy wiped out U.S. equity gains for the week.

    Economy, China
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    HEY SANTA, THESE WORKERS NEED SOME HELP

    For many workers, health care and employability are so entangled that one frequently comes at the expense of the other.

    Employment
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    TRADE GROUP PUSHES VOLUNTARY CYBERSECURITY STANDARDS FOR DEFENSE CONTRACTORS

    The move comes amid a broader government push to more closely consider cybersecurity as it evaluates defense contractors for important...

    Moving, Trading, Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    FACEBOOK SAID A BUG ALLOWED APPS TO WRONGLY ACCESS THE PHOTOS OF UP TO 6.8 MILLION PEOPLE

    In a blog post Friday, the social media giant revealed that the software mishap allowed as many as 1,500 apps to access photos that...

    Medias, Media
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    NEW MEDIA HIT STUMBLING BLOCK, SCARING AWAY SOME INVESTORS

    Some investors have cooled on new media sites and the recent sale of Mic is just the latest symptom. Others have diversified their...

    Media, Sale, Medias
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    THOSE J&J BABY-POWDER LAWSUITS AREN'T GOING AWAY

    A damaging report on what the company knew about potential risks around its talc is a reminder of a looming liability.

    Company, Companies
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    GE'S REHABILITATION STARTS WITH STEPS LIKE THIS

    The decision to review GE's auditor suggests new CEO Larry Culp appreciates how crucial accountability and transparency are to the...

    Companies, Company
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    GM DOESN'T NEED TRUMP'S ADVICE ON ELECTRIC CARS

    His attack on its strategy betrays an unearned confidence.

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    THE GLOBAL CASHLESS MOVEMENT MEETS ITS FOE: LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    More Americans are ditching paper money, but critics of cashless restaurants and shops say many people are being left behind.

    Government
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    STOCKS ARE SOUNDING THE ALARM ON EARNINGS

    Equity prices have rarely been as vulnerable to a downturn in profits as they are now.