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Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Amy and Mike Morhaime take questions about their new venture, Dreamhaven
Two of the founders of Dreamhaven delve deeper into their vision for their new game development and publishing company.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Cranky customers, masked smiles redefine workplace culture: ‘Feels like we're strangers'
In another outgrowth of the pandemic, service sector workers say they are losing out on tips and other pay predicated on engaging customers.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Disney, signaling coronavirus effects will last well into next year, announces months-long delays for its biggest movies
Another brutal coronavirus move

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Explaining Kurzarbeit, or Saving Jobs the German Way
The state-funded German safety net known as Kurzarbeit, which keeps salaries flowing to employees even when their work has dried up, is getting renewed attention as governments around the world grapple with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. Countries from France to Italy and the U.K. have rolled out similar schemes, and have been discussing whether to prolong them. Germany's relatively contained rise in unemployment stands in stark contrast to the U.S. labor market experience, un

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Now is not the time to mess with Social Security
With the stock markets on a wild ride for much of 2020, the predictability and reliability of Social Security are more important to Americans than ever.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Peloton Gets Wake-Up Call With Amazon Prime Bike Scare
After a surge in demand from homebound fitness buffs, Peloton faces a raft of challenges and potential stiff competition from heavy hitters.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Spoofing
It's a new crime but it isn't new. It has a silly name but it's no joke. Spoofing, a way to manipulate financial markets for illegitimate profit, is blamed for undermining the integrity of trading and contributing to the scariest crash since the financial crisis. Spoofers trick other investors into buying or selling by entering their own buy or sell orders with no intention of filling them. That creates fake demand that pushes prices up or down. Long considered disreputable but rarely dangerous,

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Tesla built a network of connected cars. What happens when it goes down?
Owners reported their cars weren't connecting to the Internet Wednesday, though the issue appeared to have been resolved a short time later.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

TikTok asks court for injunction to stall impending ban
TikTok has withdrawn its lawsuit against the Trump administration as it works against a deadline to avoid a deal in the U.S.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Top CEOs call for ‘major' coronavirus stimulus to keep economy from backsliding
Though business conditions and outlooks have improved, the Business Roundtable survey says the path to economic recovery remains fragile.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Trump eyes ‘concrete legal steps' against social media sites for alleged bias against conservatives
The Justice Department asked Congress on Wednesday to adopt a new law that could hold Facebook, Google and Twitter legally accountable for the way they handle some controversial content on the Web, as the Trump administration ratchets up its attacks on social media sites ahead of the 2020 election.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Trump insists protesters are throwing Bumble Bee tuna cans, in the midst of pandemic tuna shortage
Trump insists protesters are now throwing Bumble Bee tuna cans, in the midst of pandemic tuna shortage

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Wells Fargo CEO apologizes after blaming shortage of Black talent for bank's lack of diversity
Charlie Scharf apologized in a memo to the entire company "for making an insensitive comment reflecting my own unconscious bias."

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

When race, fandom and pop-music dollars collide
Black K-pop artists and fans struggle to fit into a genre quickly going mainstream. Their sense of isolation is emblematic of the growing pains of K-pop, as the multibillion-dollar industry tries to respond to the demands of the Black Lives Matter movement and overcome the missteps of the past.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

What to consider when retiring and refinancing your home
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Since the husband is considering retirement, he should not retire until they have completed the refinance.

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Sep 23, 2020

Why ‘Carbon Neutral' Is the New Climate Change Mantra
The industrialized world has been spewing carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases faster than they can be contained for centuries. Climate change, and growing popular frustration about the inadequate response, is pushing countries to take action, or at least say they will. Becoming carbon neutral -- also known as climate-neutral or net zero -- is now a legal requirement in some countries, while European authorities are adopting legislation to become the first net zero continent. Even oil compa

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

The new Apple Watch says my lungs may be sick. Or perfect. It can't decide.
Both the Apple Watch Series 6 and Fitbit Sense have new blood-oxygen apps. They're mostly useless.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

The World's Oldest Bank Faces Yet Another Reckoning
Rome is sounding out UniCredit about buying a stake in Monte Paschi. Italian taxpayers may end up the victims again.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Longtime Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime starting new game studios and publishing company
The beloved former chief executive is leading a sizable team of Blizzard alums in the development of two new games.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Luxury apartments open in Ballston, Va.
TOWN SQUARE | The apartments have floor-to-ceiling windows with black-out shades, plank flooring, a washer and dryer, barn doors, built-in bookcases and black matte fixtures.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Can Apple Watch Series 6 and Fitbit Sense accurately and reliably give blood-oxygen readings?
Both the Apple Watch Series 6 and Fitbit Sense have new blood-oxygen apps, but The Washington Post's Geoffrey Fowler says they're mostly useless.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Blacklisting U.S. Tech Would Highlight China's Own Weakness
A ban of American companies will likely backfire.

Washington Post Business
Sep 23, 2020

Bloomingdale: Once drug-ridden, now one of D.C.'s most-coveted addresses
Its rowhouses are architectural stars, but residents love its diversity and vibrancy even more.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

How Do People Catch Covid-19? Here's What Experts Say: QuickTake
In most cases, it's impossible to pinpoint how someone caught SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19. It is too small to see with the naked eye, so its infectious journey can't be tracked from one person to another. That leaves scientists and health authorities gleaning the most likely transmission pathways from the available evidence and what's known about how other respiratory pathogens spread. Close personal contact with infected people via mouth and nose secretions was thought to b

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Tesla's latest big unveiling isn't a car or truck: It's the battery tech that could power its future
The company aims to build a battery that can make the transition to electric vehicles more sustainable.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Why Chinese and Indian Troops Are Clashing, Again
China and India, two nuclear-armed powers with a combined population of 2.7 billion, have gathered thousands of troops at a disputed border in a remote area of the Himalayas. It's the latest flare-up in a long history of border troubles between the two countries that includes a war in 1962 and a skirmish near Bhutan in 2017. The tensions along the 3,488 kilometer (2,167 miles) un-demarcated border come at a time of growing Chinese assertiveness and as India grapples with the coronavirus pandemic

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Trump administration expected to urge state attorneys general to probe social media bias
The Wednesday meeting comes nearly four months after the president signed an executive order that opened the door for the federal government to oversee the way tech companies police political speech online.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Trump administration expected to urge state attorneys general to probe social media bias at Wednesday meeting
The meeting between the administration and top Republican attorneys general threatens to escalate the White House's dispute with Silicon Valley as the industry is increasingly taking action against the president's most controversial posts.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

U.S. companies make new vows to tackle carbon emissions, even as global action falls short
Morgan Stanley, Walmart and others at NYC's climate week make new vows to cut carbon emissions. Meanwhile General Electric announced it will no longer build new coal-fired power plants. And with the pandemic sweeping the country, climate week has been a lot quieter than it had been last year.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Nearly 9 million people didn't get stimulus payments. A GAO report asks why the IRS isn't doing more to help.
The Government Accountability Office recommended that the Treasury Department and the IRS do more to update estimates of eligible recipients who have yet to file for a stimulus payment.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

New Trump administration rule could make it harder for gig and contract workers to have rights as employees
Under the new proposal, the Department of Labor — which has the power to investigate worker complaints about misclassification — said it would adopt a few guidelines to test whether workers should be considered employees or contractors.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Maple Lawn South works for this family
A couple with three kids deals with pandemic in a new home in Howard County, Md.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Tesla's latest big unveil isn't a car or truck: It's the battery tech that could power its future
Tesla built its name on electric vehicles that could travel hundreds of miles farther than their competitors. Now it aims to build a battery that can last four or five times the lifespan of a typical internal-combustion-engine car.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

QAnon, the Conspiracy Theory Creeping Into U.S. Politics
Supporters of a U.S. conspiracy theory known as QAnon have been a feature on the fringes of American politics since late 2017. The internet-fueled movement has crept closer to the mainstream, with some believers advancing in campaigns for congressional seats and President Donald Trump, given the opportunity to throw cold water on the movement's rhetoric, choosing instead to say he appreciates how its adherents seem to like him.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Let's Not Sleepwalk Into New European Lockdowns
Spain, France and the U.K. have a shot at turning things around provided Covid-19 fatigue doesn't take hold.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Facebook deletes several fake Chinese accounts targeting Trump and Biden, in first takedown of its kind
The action underscored how online actors in China have taken an interest in election-year politics in the United States.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

‘Going Under' gamifies toxic start-up culture and millennial work attitudes
A darkly funny game about the kind of work we do today.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Democratic senators highlight continuing toll of covid-19 in nursing homes
A report by Sens. Bob Casey and Ron Wyden, citing federal data, criticized the Trump administration for doing too little to protect nursing home residents as the disease spiked in the Sun Belt states this summer.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Democrats seek investigation into Pentagon's coronavirus fund following Washington Post article
House and Senate Democrats criticized a Defense Department decision to re-purpose $1 billion in coronavirus funds and spend it on defense capabilities.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Where We Live | Bloomingdale in Northwest Washington
Residents are attracted by the architecture and sense of community.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Will Covid-19 Steal Christmas in the U.K. This Year?
There were hopes a strong Halloween would lead to a good holiday season for the U.K.'s hospitality and retail sectors. That's looking unlikely.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Welcome to Woodstock 2020: Peace, love .?.?. and urban exiles fighting over real estate
The pandemic sent New York City residents relocating to the Catskills.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Can Palm Oil Demand Be Met Without Ruining Rainforests?
One of the world's most widely used commodities — palm oil — is also one of its most controversial. Cheap, efficient and extraordinarily versatile, it's found in thousands of everyday products, from cookies and ice cream to shampoo and fuel. Yet surging cultivation of oil palm trees has come at the expense of vast swathes of tropical rainforest in Southeast Asia. Environmental concerns spurred the introduction of so-called sustainable palm oil, but the uptake has been slow and the program has fa

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

A Google employee is suing for discrimination. He wants to know if Google can use his data against him.
A Google employee sued the company and still works there. In a new legal filing, his attorneys want to know whether Google can view the employee's Google data, as well as the Judge's. Google so far hasn't answered.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Four ways to create a kid-friendly space in your home
TOWN SQUARE | Materials that are safe and can stand up to sometimes messy kids are important so that the space continues to look good for the long-term.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Like a Virus, QAnon Spreads From the U.S. to Germany
A vile conspiracy theory seems as contagious as the coronavirus, and perhaps as dangerous.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

How to install the proper venting in a double-bowl sink in a kitchen island
ASK THE BUILDER | In situations where you simply can't install a traditional vent pipe that is hidden behind the plumbing fixtures, the best solution is a traditional loop vent.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Rival Premier League fans have long shared this soccer bar. Now it is in trouble.
Amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, soccer adversaries have joined forces to raise money for their beloved tavern.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Maple Farms South works for this family
A couple with three kids deals with pandemic in a new home in Howard County, Md.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Netflix May Discover Treasure in Quibi Wreckage
But the streaming giant doesn't need to buy Quibi to find it.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Not so fast, urban exodus: Coronavirus could make New York and San Francisco great places to live again
With some employers offering work from home on a permanent basis, and others offering more space and privacy to the workers who do come in, office rents are projected to fall. And those lower prices could make New York and San Francisco affordable and livable again.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Pentagon used taxpayer money meant for masks and swabs to make jet engine parts and body armor
Shortly after Congress passed the Cares Act, the Pentagon began directing pandemic-related money to defense contractors.

Washington Post Business
Sep 22, 2020

Powell and Mnuchin credit stimulus with boosting recovery, but calls for more aid go unanswered
The heads of the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department appear before Congress as negotiations around a new coronavirus relief bill have almost entirely fizzled.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Justice Department expected to brief state attorneys general this week on imminent Google antitrust lawsuit
The Justice Department is expected to brief state attorneys general this week about its imminent plans to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google, setting in motion a landmark legal clash between the U.S. government and the search and advertising behemoth.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Coal's Last Refuge Crumbles With China's Renewables Plan
Beijing's latest energy policy will sharply increase wind and solar, but can't save the climate on its own.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Treasury Has $541 Billion of Dirty Little Secrets
Government data vastly underestimate Americans' exposure to Chinese stocks.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

TikTok, Oracle deal still shrouded in uncertainty as companies tussle over ownership
Trump says Americans must have total control. ByteDance says it will keep majority control. The deal is far from a sure thing.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Powell to cast recovery as improving, yet highly uncertain, in remarks before lawmakers
In testimony before the House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell will note that the path forward depends on controlling the coronavirus and "on policy actions taken at all levels of government."

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Microsoft's Bethesda Buy Beats TikTok Any Day
Purchasing the creator of The Elder Scrolls and other video-game franchises narrows the gap between Microsoft's Xbox console and Sony's market-leading PlayStation.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Stocks cut losses after broad sell-off; Dow slides more than 500 points
Financials fell sharply after an explosive report alleging that several major banks knowingly facilitated suspicious transactions.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Sonoma's vaunted wineries embrace online sales, budget pricing to woo pandemic drinkers
For years, the industry relied on foot traffic from millions of tourists to keep their doors open. The coronavirus has forced them to find a new way.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Buying New | Maple Lawn South in Fulton, Md.
Base prices for the single-family houses range from $889,900 to $949,900.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Already announced Bethesda games won't be exclusive to Xbox. What's next is less clear.
The surprising partnership between Bethesda and Xbox, valued at $7.5 billion, could have a positive influence on Series X, even without exclusivity.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

California Burnin' — a Warning Against One-Party Rule
Fires, blackouts, high taxes, poverty, scarce housing, urban squalor, lousy schools — it's a wonder anybody stays.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

How U.S. Supreme Court Justices Are Confirmed
The U.S. Constitution establishes just one requirement for the job of Supreme Court justice: "good Behaviour."

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

How the NFL tried to make fake crowd noise real, from a raucous Kansas City to more boos in Philadelphia
Sports leagues around the world have wrestled with how to fake crowd noise, as playing in empty or near-empty stadiums became the bargain of playing through a pandemic. The NFL tapped two audio wizards to find a solution.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

How Blacklisting Companies Became a Trade War Weapon
Tariffs aren't the only weapon in a trade war. Countries are also turning to blacklists to restrict the economic activities of certain foreign companies. While such measures are often described as necessary to preserve national security, they're increasingly being deployed as policy tools to gain leverage in trade negotiations. In the case of the U.S. and China, disputes over human rights or geopolitics also can play a role.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Four-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse in Manassas, Va., lists for $345,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The main level has an open floor plan with hardwood floors, a powder room and, in the kitchen, granite counters, a custom-designed backsplash and stainless-steel appliances.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Genuinely quick kitchen fixes you can do yourself
With a few quick swipes of a Magic Eraser, your walls — and even grimy baseboards and windowsills — can be looking like new.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Fed aims to revamp laws ensuring access to credit for low- and moderate-income families
There's agreement among three financial regulators that the Community Reinvestment Act should be revised to keep pace with online banking. But there's disagreement over how to do so.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Federal court issues preliminary injunction halting administration's ban of Chinese app WeChat
The ruling means neither the ban on WeChat nor a separate one on the short-form video app TikTok will take place as originally scheduled.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Stocks slide in broad sell-off; Dow tumbles more than 800 points
Financials fall sharply after a blockbuster report alleging that large banks have long profited from illicit dealings

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

There are many ways for condo boards to conduct safe, socially distanced elections in the covid-19 era
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Setting up a system to cast ballots online is one option.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

These Are All the Major Flashpoints Between China and the U.S.
An incumbent superpower and a rising one are finding coexistence increasingly difficult. Jockeying for position in a changing world, the U.S. and China are facing off on all sorts of issues, most -- but not all -- involving economic rather than military might. Here's a rundown of some big disputes, some with significant real-world consequences and others that for now are mostly symbolic.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

TikTok says Oracle can review its source code, but deal won't allow tech transfers
The short-video maker's Chinese parent company is seeking to tamp down domestic controversy over the deal.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Masks, thermometers and class cohorts: Students return to campus
St. Jude offers in-person classes five days a week when many other schools are remote.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Microsoft to acquire publisher of ‘Doom,' ‘Elder Scrolls,' ‘Fallout' for $7.5 billion
The move figures to significantly bolster Microsoft's Game Pass offerings ahead of the Series X console launch this November.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Nikola Doesn't Look Much Like Tesla Now
Trevor Milton was the electric-truck maker's biggest cheerleader, but his departure may help the company move on better from a short-seller attack.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

The World Is Losing the Money Laundering Fight
The BuzzFeed/ICIJ report on suspicious activity reports is deeply troubling. Banks and their supervisors need to do much, much better.

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

What's Suspicious? Here's How Banks Apply the Smell Test
The phrase "if you see something, say something" isn't just about packages left on the subway. Banks around the world have a similar duty. The first line of defense against money laundering and other financial crimes often boils down to the thousands of bank employees flagging transactions that somehow don't look right or sending them to the government for investigation. In the U.S., those referrals are called suspicious activity reports, or SARs. They are in the news again after a group of medi

Washington Post Business
Sep 21, 2020

Why Saudi Arabia Wants to Scare Oil Traders
The country's oil minister talks tough to fellow OPEC members and oil traders alike.

Washington Post Business
Sep 20, 2020

Why ‘Kafala' Labor Rules Are an Issue in Persian Gulf


Washington Post Business
Sep 20, 2020

Toyota or Pakora? India Must Choose


Washington Post Business
Sep 20, 2020

Trump says he has given his ‘blessing' to TikTok deal but that final terms are still being negotiated


Washington Post Business
Sep 20, 2020

Trump says TikTok negotiations with Walmart, Oracle are 'moving along'


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Sep 20, 2020

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Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

EBay activates plan to shift more business to UPS and away from Postal Service because of mail delays
The online auction site is a massive customer for the Postal Service: its second-largest retail customer, after only Amazon. Increasing unreliability of USPS delivery has led eBay to shift some of its business to private company UPS instead.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

This Is How U.S. Supreme Court Justices Are Confirmed
The U.S. Constitution establishes just one requirement for the job of Supreme Court justice: "good Behaviour." It specifies that members of the country's top judicial body are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate. The details were left to lawmakers to work out -- or fight over, as they have pointedly in recent years as conservatives and liberals have battled for dominance in the court. The current rules give Republican President Donald Trump a shot at replacing liberal Justice

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Putin, Poison and the Importance of Alexey Navalny
Alexey Navalny is Russia's most prominent opposition figure, an anti-corruption investigator whose exposes have targeted President Vladimir Putin's inner circle.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Movie theater popcorn sales have tanked, prompting American popcorn farmers to find new markets
Microwave popcorn has boomed in the pandemic. Movie theater popcorn has tanked. American popcorn farmers have taken note.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

The new corporate swag: Branded masks, sanitizer spray bottles and Zoom vanity light rings
For businesses such as Lemonade, whose executives appeared in branded masks for their IPO, it's a chance to demonstrate their socially conscious identity

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Should Dairies Go Vegan? I Know, It Sounds Nuts
But plant-based milk is a sensible venture when you consider how little of the white stuff produced on farms ends up being sold as a liquid.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

‘Tell Me Why' town of Delos Crossing should be a warning to future gamemakers
In "Tell Me Why," the character work delivers. A lot of the rest doesn't.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

‘Tenet's' dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood's approach to the blockbuster
Can Hollywood keep making franchise movies in the coronavirus era?

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Global Public Opinion About Abortion Is Shifting
Views on a thorny moral and medical issue are remarkably unsettled for a debate that has played out over generations.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

"I hired you because you're Black."
Michelle Singletary has an honest conversation about affirmative action. And, we take your questions about voting this year, starting with a listener in California.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Trump's WeChat Ban Is Just a MAGA Wall in Cyberspace
The latest barrier is unnecessary, porous and costly.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

U.S. bans WeChat, TikTok as China becomes major focus of election
The order banning the apps is unprecedented in the United States, officials said.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

What a WeChat ban could mean for millions of U.S. users
Here's what the executive order banning WeChat could mean for its millions of users in the US, and what they should do next.

Washington Post Business
Sep 19, 2020

Understanding WeChat, the essential Chinese social media app
WeChat is China's most popular messaging app. With a monthly user base of 1 billion, it trails only Facebook and WhatsApp. Here's what you need to know.

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