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Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2020

A simple tweak could tell us how much tax America's largest companies actually pay
Even with the required SEC disclosures, it's nearly impossible to figure out how much tax companies pay in any given year. But there is a fix for that.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2020

Next president is unlikely to influence stock returns
History shows there is no correlation between a successful candidate's pro-business sentiments and subsequent market performance.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2020

You can get free help on your tax return. Here are some options.
Check to see whether you qualify to get free help on your tax returns.

Washington Post Business
Jan 18, 2020

Facebook is ordered to hand over data about thousands of apps that may have violated user privacy
A Massachusetts judge rejected the tech giant's attempt to withhold the evidence from state officials investigating its privacy practices.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Ex-congressman Chris Collins sentenced to 2 years on insider-trading, false-statements charges
Prosecutors asked a federal judge to sentence Collins to 46 to 57 months in prison — the top end of the sentencing guidelines.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

More pizza, fewer vegetables: Trump administration further undercuts Obama school-lunch rules
Proposed new rules would allow schools to cut the amount of vegetables and fruits required at lunch and breakfasts while giving them license to sell more pizza, burgers and fries to students

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Pentagon restarts bidding process for Iraq food contract
The re-compete notice comes after the U.S. military's primary food supplier for four Middle Eastern countries was allegedly evicted from a warehouse in Kuwait, facing political pressure there.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Pentagon quietly restarts food contract for Iraq War
The re-compete notice comes after the U.S. military's primary food supplier for four Middle-Eastern countries was evicted from a warehouse in Kuwait, facing political pressure there.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Ex-congressman Chris Collins to be sentenced in insider-trading case
Prosecutors asked a federal judge to sentence Collins to 46 to 57 months in prison — the top end of the sentencing guidelines.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

U.S. manufacturing was in a mild recession during 2019, a sore spot for the economy
Trump's trade war and Boeing's problems took a toll.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Trump's China tariffs have not caused Americans to pay $1,000 more a year. Here's why.
U.S. companies absorbed most of the costs of Trump's tariffs, which is why consumers haven't seen excessive sticker shock at stores.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Former congressman Chris Collins to be sentenced in insider trading case
Prosecutors asked a federal judge to sentence Collins to 46 to 57 months in prison — the top end of the sentencing guidelines.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Happiness gap between whites and nonwhites surged during Trump era, Gallup finds
Americans' overall happiness is the lowest it's been since 1948, polling shows.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Gig economy bills move ahead in blue states following California's lead
Advocates say the bills would crack down on rampant misclassification of freelance workers fostered by companies such as Uber, Lyft and DoorDash. Opponents say they could harm the flexibility that those kinds of apps give to workers.

Washington Post Business
Jan 17, 2020

Evangelical groups try new IRS strategy that keeps salaries hidden
Several major evangelical organizations have shifted from a nonprofit status to a "church" classification with the IRS, allowing them to stop reporting the salaries of their highest-paid employees, as well as other spending details.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Our best guesses on the next 6 Super Smash Bros. characters. (No, not Waluigi.)
There's plenty of internet chatter for seven characters in particular. Here's who we think is likely and unlikely to make the cut.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Senate approves new North American trade deal with Canada and Mexico
In December, the House overwhelmingly voted in favor of the pact after Democrats negotiated with the White House on several revisions.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft pledges to remove more carbon than it produces by 2030
While the software giant expects to be "carbon negative" by the end of the decade, it will continue to sell technology to help fossil fuel companies find and extract deposits.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

America's latest corporate takeover: The Justice Department
Aetna, CVS, T-Mobile, Sprint, Amazon, Disney, Fox and other corporate giants know they can count on Donald Trump's antitrust division.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 delayed, announces CD Projekt Red
The much-anticipated game is now slated for a September release.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

FDA Risks Sacrificing Its Standards for Speed
A Harvard study suggests the agency may be moving too fast in approving new treatments. Time for a gut check?

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

EnLink's Dividend Cut Doesn't Go Nearly Far Enough
It looks more closely aligned with a private-equity shareholder than the zeitgeist in the public market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region
The Washington Post's picks of distinguished local homes on the market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Breakup Is Another Word for Lack of New Ideas
XPO Logistics gets all of its revenue from transportation and supply-chain services. But it thinks it's a conglomerate.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Banks reported blockbuster 2019 profit with the help of consumers' credit card debt
Consumers' shift away from cash and toward online shopping has made credit cards ubiquitous, industry analysts say. Meanwhile, the strong economy and low unemployment have kept delinquencies low.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft pledges to remove more carbon than it emits by 2030
While the software giant expects to be "carbon negative" by the end of the decade, it will continue to sell technology to help fossil fuel companies find and extract deposits.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

What You Need to Know About Trump, Ukraine and Impeachment
To President Donald Trump, his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was "perfect." But it set in motion a chain of events that led the U.S. House of Representatives to formally propose removing Trump from office by impeachment, which will be decided by a trial in the U.S. Senate.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

What's a ‘Lockup' and Why It Matters for Markets
The news media may soon lose special access to a trove of market-moving data in the U.S. The Labor Department is said to be planning to follow the Department of Agriculture's lead in denying journalists the chance to prepare in advance stories on important data releases. While the rationale hasn't been made public, the shift could be designed to remove any edge that subscribers of news services have over the general public, even if it's just a matter of seconds or milliseconds. Critics say the m

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

White House hold on Ukraine aid violated federal law, congressional watchdog says
The decision comes as the Senate prepares for President Trump's impeachment trial.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Worker burnout is real. Here's how to spot it.
Worker burnout is real — and if it's more than just seasonal exhaustion, it can be dangerous too.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

The Technology 202: Smaller companies taking a risk as they challenge Big Tech in hearing
It's a risk they're willing to take with Washington watching.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Was the trade war with China worth it?
Pretty much everyone agrees the trade war caused a lot of pain. For the deal to have any real gain, China must hold to its promises to open its markets and stop stealing intellectual property.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Lego sets its sights on a growing market: Stressed-out adults
The world's largest toy maker is pitching its bricks as a form of mindfulness. Adults are happy to play along — as long as there are instructions.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Mortgage rates up slightly in wake of China trade agreement
The 30-year fixed-rate average barely moves up, to 3.65 percent, following phase one of the trade deal.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Smash fans watched a 38-minute Nintendo Direct and all they got was another Fire Emblem character
This is the fifth and final DLC character for the Fighters Pass, though Nintendo has future plans to increase the roster.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Sonos, Tile and other companies will ask Congress to help stop Big Tech bullying
Four companies will testify at a high-profile congressional hearing Friday, a session that could provide the most convincing public evidence to date that Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google have become too big and powerful and need to be newly restrained.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

The Case for Taking Pearson Private Is Building
The British educational publishing group has repeatedly defied expectations of a bid. Now that its defenses are weaker than ever, things could get interesting.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

The next China trade battle could be over electric cars
China never mastered the art of manufacturing traditional cars, but the electric-vehicle era gives it another chance.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

CEO of Smith & Wesson owner out after misconduct allegations
American Outdoor Brands, which owns an array of shooting, hunting and outdoor brands, said James Debney had "engaged in conduct inconsistent with a nonfinancial company policy."

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Fighting crime, one dotted ‘i' and crossed ‘t' at a time
Beverley East profiles people through penmanship. She also helps track fraud and forgery.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

BlackRock Muddies the Social-Investing Waters
The giant money manager is taking a misguided approach to climate change.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

In Georgetown, residents of a historic neighborhood work hard to preserve it.
WHERE WE LIVE | A D.C. tourism mainstay has a redeveloped waterfront to go with its old-world charm.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

Is it best for a home buyer to invest $2,000 in points or in reducing the loan? Here's how to figure that out.
TOWN SQUARE | The answer to whether to pay points or to reduce the loan depends partly on how long you plan to stay in the home.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

China Spins a Trade-Deal Trap in Bad Debt Market
The risks are clear and the rewards aren't for U.S. investors tempted by an opening in distressed assets.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

China Pledged to Give Foreign Financial Firms More Access. How's That Going?
While the trade war was crimping the flow of goods between the U.S. and China, the Chinese government was opening doors in another arena: Inviting more foreign banks, insurance providers and other financial services companies in to set up shop. China has also been making it easier for foreigners to buy its stocks and bonds — something many fund managers are required to do now that major index compilers are including Chinese assets in their gauges, to the dismay of some U.S. politicians. Financia

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

What Arnault's Bromance With Trump Says About U.S.-EU Trade
The luxury billionaire has used `Made in USA' as a potent defense in an unpredictable trade war. But it might not be enough if the U.S. president is determined to step up his attacks on Europe.

Washington Post Business
Jan 16, 2020

What the Latest Iran Protests Mean for the Regime's Control
U.S. President Donald Trump has said that his campaign of "maximum pressure" on Iran isn't aimed at precipitating regime change there. That hasn't stopped him and his aides from telegraphing their hopes for it. So it was when protests erupted in Iran over news that government forces had mistakenly shot down a passenger jet, killing the 176 people on board. The demonstrations tapped into a vein of popular frustration with Iran's rulers that fed earlier protests in November. Taken together, the un

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

There's Something Fishy About China's U.S. Food Imports
American exporters eager to profit from the trade deal should probably consider seafood and offal.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The $150 Million Machine With $200 Billion at Stake for China
The U.S. has succeeded in keeping a cutting-edge semiconductor machine out of China's hands even though it's made in Europe.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Was Trump's trade war with China worth it?
Pretty much everyone agrees the trade war caused a lot of pain. For the deal to have any real gain, China must hold to its promises to open its markets and stop stealing intellectual property.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Banks reported blockbuster 2019 profit with help of consumers' credit card debt
Consumers' shift away from cash and toward online shopping has made credit cards ubiquitous, industry analysts say. Meanwhile, the strong economy and low unemployment have kept delinquencies low.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Google Enhances Privacy and Perhaps Itself at the Same Time
Restrictions on internet tracking help safeguard users but could also cement the search giant's control of data.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Christian advocates booked Trump hotel to coincide with White House briefing
Like other religious groups, conservative Catholics opposing same-sex marriage held a reception at the president's D.C. hotel during an effort to advance its agenda.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Was Trump's China trade war worth it?
Pretty much everyone agrees the trade war caused a lot of pain. For the deal to have any real gain, China must hold to its promises to open its markets and stop stealing intellectual property.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Trump signs partial trade deal with China, easing some tension but leaving most tariffs in place
The "Phase One" deal is meant to bring relief to U.S. farmers and others, but it also requires Beijing to purchase specific amounts of U.S. products.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Trump signs partial economic deal with China, calls trade pact a ‘momentous step'
Many of the new tariffs will remain in place, however, and tensions persist.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Dangling disaster relief funds, White House to require Puerto Rico to implement reforms
The Trump administration will tell Puerto Rico to stop paying contractors on disaster projects $15 an hour if the island wants a pot of disaster aid, officials familiar with the plan said.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

For esports players, the tax man cometh
Some players and casters may not realize their winnings or game checks are taxable based on where competitions are being held.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Economists increasingly say it's acceptable for the U.S. to take on more debt — for the right reasons
No one suggested that Congress or the White House should see this as blank-check-type scenario, but many say the United States can afford to make targeted investments in infrastructure, education and a greener and more equal economy.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Sprint's Floundering Stock Cannot Tell a Lie
Traders aren't willing to bet T-Mobile's takeover of the wireless carrier will get approved because facts and precedent say it shouldn't.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Sweat equity can be a pushup to homeownership
Programs meld creative financing, economic education and elbow grease

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The next U.S. president will have little effect on the stock market. Here's why.
History shows there is no correlation between a successful candidate's pro-business sentiments and subsequent market performance.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The PlayStation 4 Back Button is way cheaper than elite controllers. In some ways, it's also way better.
The PlayStation 4 Back Button Attachment is kind of ugly. It's also a better value than competiting elite controllers.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Skin in the game: Ninja is the first player to get his own Fortnite skin
This is the first of many celebrity skins to come.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

When Even Target Misses, It's Time to Worry
A holiday sales slip bodes ill for weaker store chains and suggests there may be limits to how much more the big-box retailer's turnaround can achieve.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The shock of unemployment may push men into jobs traditionally held by women, study shows
One particular factor — the loss of a job — pushed some men into taking jobs in female-dominated industries, such as nursing.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

First there was ‘diversity.' Then ‘inclusion.' Now H.R. wants everyone to feel like they ‘belong.'
The latest lingo — which appears most prevalent among Silicon Valley companies — reflects millennial and Gen Z employees' expectations about work, diversity experts say, as well as the impression that other terms aren't going far enough.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The Technology 202: Facial recognition gets another look on Capitol Hill today from skeptical lawmakers
The technology is a rare issue uniting members of Congress.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

The D.C. region's AU Park and Fairlington are among Redfin's 20 most competitive neighborhoods in the U.S. for home buyers
TOWN SQUARE | Redfin's report is based on the company's "Compete Score," which uses data such as the number of competing offers, how quickly homes sell and how much the sales price is above the list price.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Restaurants are all in on plant-based burgers. Except McDonald's.
Fast-food giants such as Burger King have embraced the meatless-meat craze. McDonald's is taking its time to consider the logistics of adding a plant-based burger.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

How to Calculate a Bonus That Everybody Loves
Sustainability has become a big deal for investors like BlackRock. Corporate pay practices need to catch up

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Writing off loss on sale of property on federal income taxes may hinge on whether it was purchased for investment purposes
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | If you purchased these lots for investment purposes, you may be able to claim the loss of $13,000 on your federal income tax returns. On the other hand, if you simply purchased the lots to someday put your home there, you likely would not be able to take any loss on your federal income tax returns.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Will Hedge Fund Elliott Accept Only a Small French Profit?
Capgemini has lifted its Altran offer by a derisory amount under pressure from the hedge fund. It would be a huge dent to Elliott's credibility if it caves.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Trump's new China deal cements emergence of ‘managed trade'
U.S. presidents for years have tried to settle trade disputes with China by urging Beijing to let the market determine economic outcomes. Now President Trump is content to have the Chinese government decide.

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Pay Bosses for Doing Good. And Pay Them Less
Sustainability has become a big deal for investors like BlackRock. Corporate pay practices need to catch up

Washington Post Business
Jan 15, 2020

Germany's Second Economic Miracle Is Ending
Trade wars, demography and shocks to Germany's flagship industries are a bad mix.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

The U.S.-China War Over Trade and Tariffs, Explained
What started in 2018 with U.S. levies on imported washing machines and solar panels to protect domestic producers escalated into a cycle of tariffs, talks, threats and truces that rocked financial markets. Behind all the sparring between the U.S. and China -- one an incumbent superpower, the other a rising one -- over tariff levels and targeted product lists are broader and more formidable issues such as market access, intellectual property, national security, the proper role of government in th

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Why India's Students Are Angry and Its Muslims Are Worried
Back in 1947, India's constitution writers envisaged a secular state where all citizens were equal before the law. But the rise of Hindu nationalism has been testing that ideal. Since Narendra Modi became prime minister in 2014, hardliners in his Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, have become increasingly emboldened in promoting the dominance of its Hindus, who form 80% of the population. Protests broke out in December (and have continued) over a restrictive new citizenship law -- the latest in a s

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Your colleague is cheating on their taxes. Here's how to tell the IRS.
If you know someone is not reporting income or falsely claiming deductions, there are ways to blow the whistle.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

McDonald's franchisees want that new chicken sandwich right now
Amid a rash of bad news for the fast-food giant, owners want the chain to roll out the sandwich to attract more customers.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

New Boeing CEO's epic to-do list: Restart 737 Max production. Repair FAA links. And fix a culture where supervisors were called ‘monkeys.'
The trove of internal Boeing documents -- that included discussions of manipulating regulators — add to the challenges stacking up for the aircraft maker's new CEO

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

BlackRock chief Larry Fink makes climate change central to its investment strategy
The nation's largest financial institutions are under increasing pressure from investors, activists and some political leaders for their tepid response to climate change.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

An 1,800-Word Ramble Won't Absolve You From Coal
In an open letter, Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser tries to explain the decision to stay involved in a controversial project. He's only gotten us more worried.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

A top YouTube makeup artist revealed she's transgender. She said she was blackmailed into it.
Nikkie de Jager, better known as NikkieTutorials, said she decided to come out after blackmail threats.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Hong Kong Could Be a Loser From the Trade Deal
One way to narrow the U.S. deficit with China would be to re-route shipments through mainland ports. That could hurt the city's economy.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Leading money manager makes climate change central to its investment strategy
BlackRock chief Larry Fink said the company would exit investments with high environmental risks, including coal.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Who's in Charge in Venezuela and What May Come Next
Once one of Latin America's richest countries, Venezuela has been laid low. Power, water and gasoline shortages have become an everyday occurrence across the country as hyperinflation hastens an economic collapse that's caused a humanitarian crisis. It's not even entirely clear anymore who's legitimately in charge.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

The Technology 202: Tech industry considers other Democrats after Booker's exit from 2020 race
Biden and Buttigieg will likely get a harder look in Silicon Valley.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

The Trump administration is seeking to demonize Iran. Hollywood has been doing that for years.
U.S. entertainment companies have for decades been using Iran as a go-to villain, portraying a country bloodthirstily and monolithically interested in bringing down America.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

U.S. stocks continue to post big gains. But what about wages?
For the past 25 years, stock market returns have rapidly outpaced wage growth. But it wasn't always this way.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Wells Fargo CEO: ‘I don't have all the answers yet'
After three months in the position, Wells Fargo's newest CEO, Charles Scharf, made his debut before Wall Street analysts Tuesday to report another disappointing quarter for the bank.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

How to run AGDQ: Step one, have an entire computer store on hand
Speedrunning requires knowing how to break games. AGDQ organizers have to know how to fix them.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

How the Battle for Libya Has Become a Proxy Conflict
Since the 2011 NATO-backed revolt in Libya that ended 42 years of rule by strongman Muammar Qaddafi, the oil-rich North African country has been in perpetual turmoil. The latest phase began in April, when military commander Khalifa Haftar and his forces marched on the capital Tripoli determined to unseat the internationally backed government located there. The battle for the city accelerated interventions in Libya by Russia and neighboring countries as they maneuver to shape the future of the OP

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

How the U.S. Elects Its President
The U.S. Constitution lays out just three requirements to be eligible to become president: You must be at least 35 years old, have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years and be a natural-born citizen. Not much else about becoming president is simple. Americans have the longest, most expensive and arguably most complex system of electing a head of state in the world. After two years of campaigning, raising money, debating, caucuses, primaries and conventions, the person who gets the most votes c

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

The Epic Games Store infuriated people. Gamers spent $680 million there anyway.
The Fortnite creators have lured in millions, despite controversy and complaints about "yet another storefront."

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

BlackRock makes climate change central to its investment strategy
The shift by the nation's leading money manager is sure to be closely watched by its rivals and the rest of corporate America.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Can California rein in tech's gig platforms? A primer on the bold state law that will try.
The future of work is being fought in California, and it has been a messy affair so far.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

From stock prices to Boeing, the economic highs and lows of 2019
It's been a great year for shareholders — but the pressure for negative and ultralow interest rates is concerning.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Final Fantasy VII Remake, Marvel's Avengers delayed
Publisher Square Enix has said these delays will give the development teams more time to polish the titles.

Washington Post Business
Jan 14, 2020

Fink, Frackers and Putting the ‘G' in ESG
BlackRock has the power to improve energy-sector governance, which could coincidentally help the environment too.

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