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Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

‘Retail vortex': How deepening discounts and thinning profit margins could take their toll this holiday season
There are already signs that this holiday season could be a challenging one for retailers, as political and economic uncertainty continue to wear down shoppers.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Adam Neumann to exit WeWork with $1.7 billion as SoftBank takes over
The founder and ousted CEO is stepping down from WeWork's board.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Air Force halts funding for Boeing's ballistic missile replacement
The decision means an $85 billion ballistic missile program has only one likely bidder.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

A face-scanning algorithm increasingly decides whether you deserve the job
HireVue claims it uses artificial intelligence to decide who's best for a job. Outside experts call it "profoundly disturbing."

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Boeing Always Seems to Be in Reaction Mode
A management shake-up in its commercial airplanes division is too little and too late.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Defense Secretary Mark Esper recuses himself from massive Pentagon contract, citing son's employment
Esper's son is employed with one of the contract's bidders. Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist will handle the review going forward.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Emmanuel Macron's 15 Minutes of Brexit Joy
The blocking of Boris Johnson's high-speed legislation puts the onus back on Brussels to extend. It's probably best to do so, even if France objects.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Failing to review your drug prescription plan during Medicare open enrollment could be a costly mistake
One retiree will spend 40 to 50 hours looking for the right Medicare plan.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook
Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook, the states announced Tuesday, commencing a high-stakes, sweeping bipartisan probe of the tech giant.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Forty-six attorneys general have joined antitrust investigation into Facebook
The expanded roster of participants raises the stakes in a sweeping bipartisan probe of the tech giant that could result in massive changes to its business practices.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Google Maps now shows speed traps, potentially raising the ire of law enforcement
The company enabled the reporting mechanism for Android users earlier this year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Google scientists say they've achieved ‘quantum supremacy'
For the first time, a new study claims, a machine has harnessed quantum physics to answer a question no classical computer could solve.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Hasbro shares plunge after toy giant blames tariffs for canceled orders
Executives say the toymaker is facing a "very choppy environment" as it prepares for the crucial holiday season.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Help Desk: Can your medical records become marketing? We investigate a reader's suspicious ‘patient portal.'
Our tech columnist helps identify a HIPAA loophole, explains ApplePay and shares a Firefox upgrade that helps you track the data trackers on your computer.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How Chile Went From an Economic Star to an Angry Mess
Chile is Latin America's best-rated credit and one of its most prosperous economies. Yet popular anger at government policies has been brewing for a long time among Chileans frustrated with growing income inequality and a weak social safety net, including skimpy pensions. A 30-peso ($.04) increase in the price of a subway ticket set off the worst civil unrest since the country returned to democracy in 1990. President Sebastian Pinera declared a state of emergency and called in troops. He also qu

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How China Can Install Another Loyalist in Hong Kong
Months of massive and often violent protests in Hong Kong have driven the popularity rating for the city's Beijing-backed leader, Carrie Lam, to historic lows. Lam herself has taken the blame for the "entire unrest" after introducing -- and then withdrawing -- a bill that would have for the first time allowed extraditions to mainland China. The Financial Times has reported that the Chinese government was drafting plans to install a new "interim" leader by March. But replacing a Hong Kong chief e

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How Climate Divestment Won Converts With Deep Pockets
Can you strike a blow against climate change by getting rid of your oil company stocks -- and can you do it without losing money? The idea is not just for activists anymore. Norway took a partial step in selling off oil and gas stocks in its massive $1 trillion wealth fund. And a growing number of investors who control trillions more are using the threat of divestment as a cudgel to force energy companies to adopt greener ways. Together these approaches are producing a notable disruption in the

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How Malaysia's 1MDB Scandal Shook the Financial World
Malaysia's state-owned investment fund, 1MDB, was supposed to promote development. Instead, it has spurred investigations around the world that have cast an unflattering spotlight on deal-making, election spending and political patronage under former Prime Minister Najib Razak. The figures are mind-boggling: Of the $8 billion that 1MDB raised via bond sales, the U.S. alleges more than half was siphoned off. Angry voters ousted Najib in a 2018 election that ended his party's 61 years of rule. A s

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How to obtain title to a home in your deceased spouse's name
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The first thing to do is find out which form of ownership the home is under: joint tenants, tenants by the entirety or tenants in common.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Indonesia Needs Its Own Silk Road
More infrastructure is required. Load up state-owned enterprises with debt, like China, and get it done.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Iraq War protests inspired Facebook, Zuckerberg says. A lawmaker who was there says that's false.
Rep. Ruben Gallego blasted Zuckerberg's recollection as an attempt to redraw the company's image as altruistic in the face of growing scrutiny.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

How to find a reliable and low-priced appliance repair service
Be sure to find out how the company charges for service calls. Ask about the minimum charge and how much time is included in the minimum.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Libra Retreat Would Bring Joy and Relief to Asia
Facebook's digital currency project is stepping back from global ambitions that threatened to weaken the levers of monetary policy.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Pressed on transgender comments, HUD's Carson says political correctness is ‘going to destroy our nation'
Asked by Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) on whether he felt the need to apologize for his remarks about "big, hairy men" trying to infiltrate women's homeless shelters, HUD Secretary Ben Carson declined.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Skin-care company Sunday Riley settles FTC charges of fake product reviews
"We were forced to write fake reviews for our products ... which came directly from Sunday Riley herself," the Reddit allegation said. The Federal Trade Commission confirmed it.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

These houses should be right at home in rural Frederick County, Md.
Thirty modern farmhouses are planned as part of the 400-acre Landsdale community.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Trump praised Louis Vuitton during a factory visit. A designer there called him ‘a joke'
The artistic director of women's collections at the French fashion house called Trump "a joke."

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Trump praised Louis Vuitton during a factory visit. A designer there called him ‘a joke.'
While the artistic director of women's collections at the French fashion house vented, Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy chairman and chief executive Bernard Arnault sought to portray the event as nonpolitical.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Under Armour taps its chief operating officer to succeed Kevin Plank as CEO
Beginning Jan. 1, Plank will be succeeded by Chief Operating Officer Patrik Frisk.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

When a breakup leaves you broke, this is how to get back on your feet
You can make a fresh start financially after divorce.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Who tips best on Uber? Economists analyzed 40 million trips
Economists analyzed an enormous trove of ride and driver data from the period when Uber rolled out tipping on its app, and found which groups tip the most, which tip the least, and what might account for some of the differences.

Washington Post Business
Oct 23, 2019

Zuckerberg says the Iraq War motivated him to create Facebook
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Oct. 17 that the Iraq War influenced his decision to start Facebook.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Emmanuel Macron Can't Save Boris Johnson
Even Brexiters now realize that the Kafkaesque Brexit nightmare is a U.K. problem, not a European one. The EU's patience will run out eventually.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Why Saudi Aramco's IPO Is No Ordinary Share Sale
It makes more profit than any other company in the world, but is it the most valuable? The answer is now unlikely to come before December, after Saudi Aramco again delayed plans for a mammoth initial public offering. Aramco's sudden decision to hold off on the share sale disrupted a carefully orchestrated effort to launch on Oct. 20. The sale is part of a grand vision to reshape Saudi Arabia's economy by the kingdom's controversial Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. It's no ordinary IPO, and not

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Why Central Bankers Got Serious About Digital Cash
What central banks once sneered at, they're now scrambling to master. Back when Bitcoin, the world's first cryptocurrency, was seen as the province of anarchists and drug dealers, it was easy for the world's central bankers to keep their distance. That's changed in a hurry because of Facebook Inc.'s proposal to create its own digital currency, Libra, which is seen by many regulators as a threat to existing monetary regimes. The central banks of China, Sweden, the Bahamas and others have been exp

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Saudi Arabia's Best Bet Is to Crash the Price of Oil
Market management just isn't working. Instead of supporting oil prices, the kingdom's output cuts are propping up higher-cost rivals.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Is a home seller obligated to disclose tornado damage to buyers?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | In many states, when a seller makes repairs to a home, the seller is not obligated to tell you about those repairs. The seller must only to be honest with you about whether they are aware of any material defects with the major components to the home.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

How Lebanon's Unrest Is Both New and More of the Same
Lebanon is no stranger to crisis. But this one is different for the tiny country that straddles the geopolitical fault lines of the Middle East and endured a 15-year civil war that ended in 1990. The...

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

Facebook's Zuckerberg pushes back against Bernie Sanders's call to abolish billionaires
The company's founder would owe an additional $5.5 billion in taxes in the first year of the presidential candidate's proposed tax, should it ever be enacted.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

This nurse worked more than 30 years at the same hospital. Then the pension plan went bust.
Religious-affiliated pension plans — like the one at this New York state hospital — do not have to get insurance coverage, under the law. And that can spell trouble for retirees if they run low on funds.

Washington Post Business
Oct 20, 2019

The world's top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors
English majors are down 25.5 percent since the Great Recession, just as world's top economists say we need more ‘storytellers.'

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

What do your parents owe you when they die?
The way a will is handled can permanently change a family

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

World's Longest Flights Aren't Meant for Cattle Class
Qantas's services from Sydney to London and New York can only be profitable with plenty of passengers flying business.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

‘Let's put a gag order on him': Retailer buys controversial Trump-themed billboard in Times Square
Portland-based Dhvani says it's taking a stand for women, but critics say it's all about shock value.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

Cheese. Cosmetics. Cat Treats. Are those monthly subscription boxes actually saving you money?
The appeal of monthly subscription boxes is often convenience. Just make sure the service is truly saving you time and money.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

‘We blew it': Forbes named 99 men and only one woman on its list of ‘most innovative leaders'
A Twitterstorm erupted after the list, developed by business professors and published by Forbes, included only one woman. Forbes has created a task force in response.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

From Apple to wineries, California companies turn to solar amid outages
As climate change threatens to make power outages more frequent, California businesses are turning to solar-powered systems to protect their operations when the lights go out.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

How the lawsuits against student loan servicer Navient could affect you
California's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Navient and two of its subsidiaries, Pioneer and General Revenue Corp., alleging misconduct.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

Oracle's Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died at 62
Hurd, 62, previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Business
Oct 19, 2019

Seeking an edge over geopolitical rivals, Pentagon exploits an obscure regulatory workaround
The Pentagon's use of an arcane procurement regulation called "Other Transaction Authority" has exploded in recent years. The program was originally intended to help small businesses, but defense giants are reaping benefits.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Teens find circumventing Apple's parental controls is child's play
Apple's Screen Time is meant to give customers a way to control their kids' devices, but intrepid youngsters have exploited bugs and workarounds.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

The GM strike is one of the largest in decades. Other unions say it is inspiring them.
The strike is part of an uptick in workplace organizing in recent years, raising hopes that unions could end their decades-long slide.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Punitive taxes on billionaires are bad politics, and just plain unfair
Democratic proposals for a wealth tax risk opening up a class war — which is not what most Americans want.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died
Hurd, 62, had previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

‘Let's put a gag on him': Retailer buys controversial Trump-themed billboard in Times Square
Portland-based Dhvani says it's taking a stand for women, but critics say it's all about shock value.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

A man worked at the IRS for 10 years. Then he came back to live where his cubicle was.
In a city overrun with Type A workaholics who spend so much time in their offices that they might as well live there, turning cubicles into homes seems logical. But there are sound economic reasons, too.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Grab What You Can in India's Bad-Loan Melee
Creditors aren't politely waiting in line to claim their collateral as the law of the jungle threatens finance.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Zuckerberg's speech draws ire from 2020 candidates, civil rights advocates
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg drew fresh ire from Democratic presidential candidates, free speech experts and civil rights advocates, who argued his speech in Washington this week failed to acknowledged the troubles with the tech giant's practices.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Zuckerberg: Facebook is taking long view on free speech as critics attack company's policies
Invoking Martin Luther King Jr., the Vietnam War and World War I, he argued that in times of social turmoil, there's often an impulse to crack down on free expression.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

What's Another Quarter Really Worth to Saudi Aramco?
Delaying its IPO to wrap in more numbers makes little sense when oil prices are so low.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Why Hollywood execs (and Oprah) are still dreaming of a Bob Iger 2020 run
The Disney CEO keeps saying he's not running.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

U.K. Shoppers Will Win This Christmas
While a deal on Brexit is good news, U.K. retailers will still have to keep prices low this Christmas no matter what happens.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

This robotic hand learned to solve a Rubik's Cube on its own — just like a human.
The goal, researchers say, was to create a robot that learns the way humans do — through trial and error. Eventually, those robots could be used to complete tasks — in a warehouse or perhaps on the surface of a new planet — with more autonomy.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

China's growth slows to 27-year low, but Trump's trade war is only partly to blame
Domestic demand is cooling in the world's second-largest economy, hampering expansion.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

More work, more sleep: New study offers glimpse of daily life as a millennial
Millennials are more educated than earlier generations. And in their leisure time, they're more likely to whip out the games.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

How to find the right rental option for your lifestyle
Renters these days have many options, including traditional apartment buildings, newer micro-units and single-family houses.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

NASA's all-female spacewalk makes history: ‘One giant leap for WOMANkind!'
Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station just months after NASA had to cancel an all-female spacewalk because of a spacesuit-sizing problem.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

How Street Protests Have Changed the Climate Debate
From Swedish teens skipping school to picket their parliament, to protesters dousing Wall Street's iconic "Charging Bull" sculpture with fake blood, citizens are putting themselves at the forefront of the fight to limit climate change. A wave of student-led Climate Strikes has spread to more than 200 countries, while support for activist group Extinction Rebellion has grown worldwide, with crowds of non-violent demonstrators disrupting cities from Chicago to Tokyo to make their point. The protes

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Sterling Traders Are Trapped in a Brexit Tunnel
A win for Johnson on Saturday would see the pound settle into a higher range, but an election and the need for an EU trade deal muddies the water.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is taking a long view on free speech as critics attack company's policies
He is also heading to Capitol Hill again next week.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

This man just bought some of gaming's ‘holy grails.' It cost him $1 million.
A South Florida dentist added nearly 40 rare games to his collection. And he's not the only one scouring the world for them.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Delta's new $59 subscription gets you booze and early access to overhead bins. But is it worth it?
A new subscription promises Delta travelers priority boarding ?— all the better to find space for those carry-on bags ?— and eight free drinks a year.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

$16 Billion Wirecard Has Some Byzantine Accounting
Wirecard's bosses need to come out of the bunker and offer a line-by-line response to allegations about its financial reporting.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

As China's Economy Slows, Why the World Should Care
China's economic growth is slowing. The 6% expansion reported in the third quarter is the weakest since the government began releasing quarterly data in 1992. An obvious cause is the ongoing trade war with the U.S., but the economy would be decelerating even without that as it transitions away from the high-debt, often wasteful growth model of the past. The knock-on effects are global, affecting companies and consumers alike.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

From Apple to wineries, businesses turn to solar in midst of power outages
As climate change threatens to make power outages more frequent, California businesses are turning to solar-powered systems to protect their operations when the lights go out.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

When Amtrak called, I answered and got a travel voucher after a botched Acela trip
The power of tele-customer service meant I got my money's worth — and I almost didn't pick up the phone.

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Warren's $30 Trillion Medicare for All Problem Has a Solution
For starters, rethink "I'm with Bernie."

Washington Post Business
Oct 18, 2019

Why U.S. and Turkey, Allies for Decades, Keep Feuding
The U.S. and Turkey have been allies for more than six decades, but in recent years their relationship has been repeatedly strained by disputes. A Turkish military offensive against a Syrian Kurdish militia allied with the U.S. has created the latest discord. Other roots of friction include a U.S. prosecution of one of Turkey's largest banks and Ankara's purchase of a missile-defense system from Russia. The U.S. and Turkey, which run the two largest armies in NATO, affirm the need to maintain th

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

On Facebook's live stream, Zuckerberg's free speech lecture got a big thumbs up
Facebook live stream viewers saw nearly entirely positive comments and emojis during Zuckerberg's speech because of how the algorithms behind a live-stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook Doesn't Understand How Dangerous Its Megaphone Is
Free expression is great. Malice is a lot harder to manage.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

TSMC Just Showed Its Chips Are Hot
This Apple supplier boosted its spending by 40% and showed a pragmatic approach to inventory management. Plenty for investors to cheer.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Trump says China will buy $50 billion a year of U.S. agriculture. That's not what China says.
The heart of Trump's "phase one" trade deal with China is supposed to be $50 billion of U.S. farm product purchases a year, but the Chinese have yet to confirm that number, and details remain scarce.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Why Trudeau's Stumbles Point to Gridlock for Canada
In a tight Canadian election that will be remembered for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's self-inflicted wounds, one thing that seems clear is that neither of the two main parties is poised to win enough seats to form a majority government. Trudeau, leader of the Liberal Party, would have to join forces with the Green Party or the left-leaning New Democrats to stay in power for a second term. If the opposition Conservatives can muster the most seats by a good margin, their leader, Andrew Scheer,

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Zuckerberg: Standing For Voice and Free Expression
This is the full text of the speech Mark Zuckerberg gave at Georgetown University on free expression.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

How the Enthronement of Japan's New Emperor Will Work
Japan has planned traditional pageantry and banquets to celebrate the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito in the world's oldest hereditary monarchy, and invited the world to Tokyo for the festivities. The ceremony takes place Tuesday at the Imperial Palace, nearly six months after he inherited the Chrysanthemum Throne from his 85-year-old father, Akihito, who became the first emperor in two centuries to abdicate, citing health concerns. The ceremony will be followed by a series of banquets hosted b

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Kinder Morgan Tries to Make Investors Jealous
It claims private interest in some of its parts, but there are still questions about the sum.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Trump and Warren Agree? Oil Market, Beware
America, long the industry's chief bodyguard, is eyeing retirement.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

What You Need to Know About the Emoluments Clause
America's founding fathers probably didn't envision Donald Trump. They did, however, include a sentence in the U.S. Constitution that could curb the activities of a businessman-president.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Trump says China will buy $50 billion a year of U.S. agriculture. That's not what China says
The heart of Trump's "phase one" trade deal with China is supposed to be $50 billion of U.S. farm product purchases a year, but the Chinese have yet to confirm that number and details remain scarce.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in interview he fears ‘erosion of truth' but defends allowing politicians to lie in ads
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview with The Washington Post that he worries "about an erosion of truth" online but defended the policy allowing politicians to peddle ads containing misrepresentations and lies on his social network, a stance that has sparked an outcry during the 2020 presidential campaign.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Be careful. That multilevel marketing side hustle could be an illegal pyramid scheme.
The Federal Trade Commission said Texas-based AdvoCare deceived people into believing they could earn a great deal of money as "distributors" of the company's health and wellness products, such as its Spark energy drink.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Call of Duty Photogrammetry story
Here's how the game's creators injected more reality into Modern Warfare.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Opioid crisis cost U.S. economy at least $631 billion, study finds
This week marks the start of a federal trial in Cleveland over who should pay for one of this century's worst public health crises.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Mortgage rates rise sharply on positive developments surrounding Brexit and China
The 30-year fixed-rate average increased to 3.69 percent.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

The Technology 202: Lawmakers are concerned about exporting tech's legal shield in trade deals
USMCA ship may have already sailed.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

The Finance 202: Economists project Trump will win easily in 2020 — and by a bigger margin
It's all about the economy, not impeachment or Syria.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Study concludes design of Rock 'n Play, other infant sleepers led to deaths
The Consumer Product Safety Commission proposed limiting all infant sleepers to 10-degree inclines to prevent deaths. The move comes months after a stunning recall of millions of inclined sleepers.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Sweet excess: How the baby food industry hooks toddlers on sugar, salt and fat
There's been a boom in new foods and beverages for children six months to 3 years old, packaged for convenience and promising to make children stronger and smarter. But most are extremely high in sugar.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Punitive taxes on billionaires are bad politics, bad economics and just plain unfair
Democratic proposals for a wealth tax risk opening up a class war — which is not what most Americans want.

Washington Post Business
Oct 17, 2019

Save Some of That Facebook Fury for Policy Makers
Tech and other companies deserve criticism, but they don't deserve to be fall guys for an ineffective government.

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