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Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

A nonprofit hoped to bring grocery stores to food deserts. Residents are still waiting.
Good Food Markets opened a pilot location in Northeast Washington but has struggled to open other stores.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

For female economists, Janet Yellen's treasury secretary nomination marks another inspiring first
Janet Yellen's career has long been marked by firsts. After being the first female chair of the Fed, she has been nominated to be the country's first female treasury secretary.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

How Amazon's shipping expansion gives it a holiday-season advantage
The wave of online shopping during the coronavirus pandemic forced Amazon to grow and adapt its logistics operations.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

How some savvy fans are preserving the PS3's multiplayer games
A dedicated group is piecing together the needed elements to sustain online play for some PS3 titles even after Sony has pulled the plug on supporting them.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

Amazon's big holiday shopping advantage: An in-house shipping network swollen by pandemic-fueled growth
After struggling with shipping at the start of the pandemic, Amazon quietly built a logistics operation that will provide it delivery advantages that no other retailer can match.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 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. As the U.S. prepares for a change of leadership, here's a rundown of flashpoints, some with significant real-world consequences and others that for now are mostly symbolic.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

A Boutique Investment Bank Bets on a SPAC
The boutique M&A shop can take full credit if it cuts a good deal with a SPAC. But it'll have no one to blame if it all goes wrong.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday is here — and it's completely different
Holiday sales began weeks ago, and many shoppers say they're shunning stores this year in favor of buying online.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

How government incentives shaped the nursing home business — and left it vulnerable to a pandemic
Federal money, through the Medicare and Medicaid systems, has long shaped the nursing home business — and in ways that left it completely unprepared when the viral pandemic arrived in March.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

Electric Carmakers Are in a Stock Market Bubble
The Tesla-led automotive revolution is real but valuations have become divorced from the messy reality of the industry.

Washington Post Business
Nov 27, 2020

How Covid-19 Has Turned the Spotlight Back on Obesity
The coronavirus highlighted the risks created by another escalating health emergency: obesity. The prevalence of obesity has almost tripled in the past four decades and is still rising. Obese people have a higher risk of suffering complications or dying from Covid-19, while also being vulnerable to diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancer. The United Nations warned in 2020 that obesity is a "global pandemic in its own right." Tougher rules have forced more disclosure on food labels. Now money

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

A Millennial Crypto Victory Bigger Than the Price of Bitcoin
The Indian entrepreneurs are like the lemonade-stand kids who beat back Big Government. Their elders will catch up.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Vaccine Muddle Is Reputational Risk for AstraZeneca
The British drugmaker will likely conduct an additional global trial for the Oxford inoculation. It's got to be careful how it presents the results.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Let Salesforce Billionaire Benioff Land His Trendy Tech Whale
A takeover would be risky, but nabbing Slack may be a risk worth taking.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Sausage Roll and Chips, Anyone? It's Bleak News for British Pubs
Unless they can get creative, a slow December might mean the end for many local businesses.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

SwordArt signs with TSM for $6 million over 2 years
TSM CEO Andy Dinh said he believed the contract was the richest deal ever for a "League of Legends" pro or any other esports pro in North America.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

OPEC Is Too Slow For Covid's Ever-Changing World
Between lockdowns and vaccines, the outlook for oil demand remains uncertain. The cartel needs to be able to react quickly to any changes.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

City of London Wants to Clean Up the World
Britain is aiming to be a hub for carbon credit and green derivatives trading. It has the know-how but how much of a market is there?

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Want to buy a gift for a gamer? Start by reading this.
It can be dicey buying a gift for a gamer if you're not familiar with gaming. Here are some things to keep in mind.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

The World's Oldest Bank Is in Dire Straits. Again
Monte Paschi is facing questions about its capital buffers. This is a real test for Italy and Europe.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Zoomsgiving: 5 tech tips for getting through the remote holiday
This Thanksgiving, be thankful for technology that lets you see family members from a safe distance.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Uber-luxury apartment building opens in Southwest Washington
TOWN SQUARE | Some of the units at 1331, adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, will rent for $22,000 per month.

Washington Post Business
Nov 26, 2020

Forget the Bargain Basement. Bet on the Next Big Thing
Value-stock enthusiasm may gain traction, but don't discount the post-pandemic power of disruption behind growth stocks.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

A $100 Billion Valuation Poses Risk For Fintech Star
There's a lot to be said for Stripe making hay while the sun shines. But the Silicon Valley firm should beware of sunburn.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Amazon Web Services outage hobbles businesses
Outages at Amazon Web Services' northern Virginia datacenters left customers scrambling Wednesday to get their computing systems and web services working.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Mortgage rates unchanged heading into Thanksgiving holiday
A week after hitting its all-time low, the 30-year fixed-rate average held steady at 2.72 percent.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

James D. Wolfensohn, who led World Bank through tumultuous decade, dies at 86
The urbane investment banker helped right the finances of major U.S. cultural institutions, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, before guiding the World Bank from 1995 to 2005.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 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
Nov 25, 2020

WeWork proposes post-coronavirus changes to shared-office layouts
The plan calls for "buffer seating," sanitizer stations in common rooms and one-way hallway traffic patterns to avoid "bottlenecks"

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Virus-killing robot zaps airport viruses as pandemic travel picks up
As air travel gains some steam and coronavirus-related shutdowns return in pockets of the country, one of the latest iterations of virus-fighting tech at the airport is a germ-zapping robot at San Antonio International Airport.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

France and Germany Agree on the U.S. More Than They Realize
A puzzling conflict about transatlantic relations has broken out between the French president and the German defense minister. It's mostly semantics.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Employers are adding high-tech solutions to solve a low-tech problem: Getting more sleep
Some employers are shifting from simply talking about better sleep — or giving employees tools to track it — to helping them with what to do about it.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

How Leftovers Saved Thanksgiving Turkey From the Pandemic
Spending the holiday over Zoom hasn't sapped appetites for big roast birds.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Mall Santas brave the pandemic with plexiglass barriers, sanitation elves and snow-globe bubbles
Although some retailers, like Macy's, have suspended Santa visits or moved them online, many others are forging ahead with extra precautions and backup plans, in hopes of getting customers into stores during a particularly fraught holiday season.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

New unemployment claims rise for the second week in a row
Economists say they are concerned that virus' current surge, combined with Congress' failure to pass for stimulus, could send the recovery backwards.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

The companies that are pledging not to lay off workers amid the coronavirus unemployment crisis
A record 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. But some companies pledged to hold off on job cuts, and are offering workers a financial cushion.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

A growing number of Americans are going hungry
More Americans are going hungry now than at any point during the deadly covid-19 pandemic, according to new federal data.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Defense officials lukewarm on 5G spectrum-leasing plan pushed by the White House
The White House has pressured the Defense Department to move forward with a plan to allow a private company to lease electromagnetic spectrum necessary for 5G communication networks. Industry analysts say such an opportunity would be worth at least $50 billion.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

The pandemic is generating tons of discarded PPE. This entrepreneur is turning them into bricks.
Binish Desai has already made more than 40,000 bricks for projects including homes and factories, and is gearing up to produce 15,000 a day.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

What not to say to your neighbor when approaching them about buying their home
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Forget about writing a letter. A casual conversation is the smart way to open the door.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

When a Buyout Bidder Has Cash to Burn, Make It Pay
A takeover of KPN by EQT would deploy a chunk of private equity's dry powder. But why entertain a deal for such Covid-battered shares?

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Why Making a Covid Vaccine Is Only the First Hurdle
In the quest to develop vaccines against Covid-19, researchers are on the cusp of overcoming challenges that typically require years if not decades to beat. After the first experimental shots produced positive results in late-stage trials -- a huge feat in itself -- drug companies and health officials will face another set of obstacles in inoculating hundreds of millions of people around the world. Assuming developers gain approval soon, a rollout could start by the end of the year. Still, a num

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

DOJ agreement requires Realtors to offer transparency on real estate commissions
TOWN SQUARE | Responding to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice, the National Association of Realtors agreed buyers' agents must publicly disclose the commission they charge for properties listed on a multiple listing service site.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

China Makes a Safe Space for Consumers. Will They Spend?
Beijing is trying out new rules to protect households in credit markets. A lot depends on getting them right.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

China's Finance World Opens Up to Foreigners, Sort Of
Even as 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 in more foreign banks, insurance providers and other financial services companies. 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 growing dismay of some U.S. politicians. The take-up

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

‘Astro's Playroom' review: A delightful jaunt through PlayStation history
This delightful platformer is much more than just a technical demo.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Study: D.C. and Arlington among the 10 cities with fastest rent declines during pandemic
TOWN SQUARE | Year-over-year median rent in October decreased 11.6 percent in D.C. and 10.6 percent in Arlington, according to Apartment List.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

How to properly relocate vent pipes in your bathroom
ASK THE BUILDER | Vent pipes can be moved. The important question is: How easy will it be to relocate them?

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Confidence in German Capital Markets Has Been Shattered
Just like Porsche/Volkswagen, the regulatory lapses that let Wirecard go unchecked will live long in investors' memory.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Goldman in Paris Is Another Blow for London
The City won't be able to count on Europe much longer for its hegemony in financial services.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

How a $17 billion bailout fund intended for Boeing ended up in very different hands
The money, meant for businesses critical to national security, remains largely unspent almost eight months after Congress approved it.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

A covid-fighting tool is buried in your phone. Turn it on.
Millions of Americans now have access to free, anonymous coronavirus exposure notifications. Too bad so few people use them.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Comcast Internet data limits spark frustration for Northeast customers
Comcast will charge customers in the Northeast more if they exceed 1.2 terabytes of data in a month.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

With ballots behind it, the Postal Service is tackling letters to Santa
The mail agency will digitize letters and gift wish lists sent to Kriss Kringle so "elves" can send presents to children and families.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

Your favorite fall TV shows look normal. Making them in a pandemic is anything but.
To watch scripted television in recent weeks is to believe Hollywood has steamrolled through the coronavirus pandemic. But the up-to-the-minute pandemic plotlines gild what insiders say has been a very tumultuous time.

Washington Post Business
Nov 25, 2020

YouTube suspends One America News, a Trump favorite, for peddling pandemic misinformation
The action against OAN, which President Trump's allies have praised in recent weeks while raging against Fox News for supposed disloyalty during and after this month's election, was the latest sign that Silicon Valley remains prepared to enforce policies against false and misleading information.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

Dow closes above 30,000 for the first time
Investors cheer as the White House transition gets under way and Janet Yellen is tapped for treasury secretary — steps seen as progress in stabilizing the economy.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

The pandemic means fewer presents for many families. Here's what to tell your kid.
If you lost your job or face eviction, a child and adolescent psychiatrist offers advice on how to prepare your kids for fewer presents this holiday season.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

Dow soars past the 30,000 mark for the first time
Investors cheer as the White House transition gets under way and Janet Yellen is tapped for treasury secretary — steps seen as progress in stabilizing the economy.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

Cares Act tax breaks for wealthy retirees, Mnuchin curbing Fed lending powers and other business turkeys
Cares Act tax breaks and the decision by Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to cut off several Federal Reserve emergency aid programs were misguided.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

A Trump donor's company got a 3 percent federal pandemic loan. It sells title loans at a 350 percent annual rate.
Wellshire used what consumer advocates describe as a loophole to a rule designed to prevent most lenders from qualifying for the Fed's Main Street pandemic-loan program.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

Who is Janet Yellen, Biden's pioneering pick to lead the Treasury amid a deep crisis?
If confirmed by the Senate, she would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department since the institution was founded in 1789.

Washington Post Business
Nov 24, 2020

Who is Janet Yellen, Biden's pioneering pick to lead the Treasury amidst a deep crisis?
If confirmed by the Senate, she would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department since the institution was founded in 1789.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

Workers call on Walmart, Amazon and other retailers to bring back hazard pay ahead of holiday rush
Though many grocery and retail chains offered extra pay — typically an additional $2 per hour — early in the pandemic, most have done away with those bonuses.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

Business leaders, including many who backed Trump, say it's time to make way for Biden
"Withholding resources and vital information from an incoming administration puts the public and economic health and security of America at risk," the letter says.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

Trump officials gave a finance firm $16.3 million to supply food boxes to the poor. House Democrats are raising questions about how those funds were handled.
Trump's food box program granted contracts to middlemen and firms with no food industry connections, Rep. James E. Clyburn writes in letter to company.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

Twitter, Facebook transferring @POTUS accounts to Biden on inauguration day
As a private citizen, President Trump will still have his personal accounts, his chosen megaphone throughout his presidency.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

164 business leaders urge Trump to begin presidential transition for the sake of the country
"Withholding resources and vital information from an incoming administration puts the public and economic health and security of America at risk" the letter says.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

A major Trump donor's company got a 3 percent government-backed pandemic loan. It sells title loans at a 350 percent annual rate.
Wellshire used what consumer advocates describe as a loophole to a rule designed to prevent most lenders from qualifying for the Fed's Main Street pandemic-loan program.

Washington Post Business
Nov 23, 2020

Shop safe. The scammers are coming for you.
With more consumers shopping online this year because of the pandemic, scams to steal people's financial information and money are surging. Here's how to protect yourself during the holidays.

Washington Post Business
Nov 21, 2020

Group of 20 leaders call for global coronavirus vaccine access as U.S. labs near approval
The opening day of the virtual G-20 summit drew contrasts with Trump's go-it-alone approach.

Washington Post Business
Nov 21, 2020

After reimagining apartment storage, Bradyl bloomed
The Rockville company responded to the need for enclosed, secure places to put possessions.

Washington Post Business
Nov 21, 2020

Virtual Group of 20 summit opens in Saudi Arabia with pandemic casting economic shadows
The head of the European Commission expressed hope that President-elect Biden would rebuild U.S. ties with the world.

Washington Post Business
Nov 21, 2020

Doctors and nurses want more data before championing vaccines to end the pandemic
Health-care leaders say they are finding unexpected wariness among medical workers about taking the novel vaccines, based on concerns about President Trump's politicization of the government's reviews, their rapid development under Operation Warp Speed, and a lack of information about longer-term safety and effectiveness.

Washington Post Business
Nov 20, 2020

The Trump administration is hampering the economic recovery at a critical time
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin curbing the Fed's powers is the latest blow to an economy that's limping along with few supports left after Dec. 31.

Washington Post Business
Nov 20, 2020

Black businesses are fighting for their lives. We can't afford to lose them.
Black-owned businesses stabilize neighborhoods, but their proprietors endure relentless racist roadblocks.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin cuts off several Federal Reserve emergency aid programs, sparking unusual rebuke from Fed
Though Mnuchin also asked the Fed to return hundreds of billions of unspent Cares Act money, Treasury alone does not hold that power.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Unemployment claims rise as pandemic shutdowns increase nationwide
The claims have remained above the pre-pandemic record of 695,000, from 1982, for 35 weeks.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Unemployment claims rise, as pandemic shutdowns increase nationwide
The claims have remained above the pre-pandemic record of 695,000, from 1982, for 35 weeks.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Black Friday 2020: Expect shorter lines, simpler layouts and piles of pajamas
The pandemic has forced retailers to rethink just about every part of the busy shopping season.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Black Friday shopping guide: How to snag the best deals
Retail experts getting holiday shopping done early, because inventories are going to be light and shipping capacity challenged.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

An upstart triathlon offers athletes a million-dollar purse and a pandemic dilemma
Triathlons are slowly lurching to life in the United States. Next month, Challenge Family, Ironman's main competitor, will stage perhaps the most ambitious event yet.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Hot holiday toys: Baby Yoda, L.O.L. Remix and nostalgic favorites
Families are gravitating to classics like Care Bears and Jenga, as well as stress-relieving newcomers like Theo the Therapy Dog, this season.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

Shoppers are panic-buying toilet paper. This time, there should be enough to go around.
Toilet paper and disinfecting wipes are once again being rationed, but grocery stores aren't worried about empty shelves like we saw in March and April

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

It's hard to get rid of a bad boss. Instead, try a ‘soft coup.'
Our boss is inept, but our new organization chief says there's nothing more she can do.

Washington Post Business
Nov 19, 2020

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions set to drop to lowest level in three decades
U.S. carbon emissions are set to drop to the lowest level in three decades. A BloombergNEF study says an economic rebound next year won't completely offset this year's 9 percent decline, but that quick action is needed to get the United States back on track for its Paris climate accord commitments.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

Walmart and McDonald's have the most workers on food stamps and Medicaid, new study shows
A sizable number of the recipients of aid programs like Medicaid and food stamps are employed by some of the biggest and more profitable companies in the country.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

‘Wonder Woman 1984' will arrive in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas, defying industry convention
Warner Bros. surprises with a hybrid plan for releasing the much-anticipated film.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

Trump wasn't just a rural phenomenon. Most of his supporters come from cities and suburbs.
The 11 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. gave Trump more total votes than all of rural America combined.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

Map: The coronavirus risk for a big Thanksgiving dinner in your community
With the virus spreading unchecked across much of the country, Thanksgiving gatherings could lead to Christmas funerals.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

If Congress doesn't act, 12 million Americans could lose unemployment aid after Christmas
Evictions, hunger, a spiraling economic crisis: A new study paints a portrait of the staggering toll that congressional inaction will have on the ranks of unemployed.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

If Congress doesn't act, 12 million Americans could lose unemployment aid by the end of the year
Evictions, hunger, a spiraling economic crisis: A new study paints a portrait of the staggering toll that congressional inaction will have on the ranks of unemployed.

Washington Post Business
Nov 18, 2020

Senate blocks Judy Shelton nomination to the Fed
Shelton's support narrowed after Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) said he would immediately quarantine. Three other GOP senators oppose her confirmation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 17, 2020

SBA seeks to delay release of loan records following court order
The Small Business Administration has asked to delay production of its small-business loan records after a federal judge ordered they be made public by Nov. 19. The agency has not commented on whether it will appeal.

Washington Post Business
Nov 17, 2020

Joe Biden can't afford to bar executives and lobbyists from his administration
The government needs talent from wherever it can find it, including outside the tight circle of Clinton-Obama alumni.

Washington Post Business
Nov 17, 2020

Judy Shelton's path to Fed in jeopardy after Republican senator quarantines hours before confirmation vote
Shelton's support narrowed after Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) said he would immediately quarantine. Three other GOP senators oppose her confirmation.

Washington Post Business
Nov 17, 2020

The most important part of Biden's economic speech is what he did not say
Biden did not push for a compromise stimulus bill with Republicans, and he danced around questions about further school and business shutdowns.

Washington Post Business
Nov 16, 2020

A third GOP senator comes out against Trump's Fed nominee, putting confirmation vote on knife's edge
Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee joins two other Republicans in opposing the nomination.

Washington Post Business
Nov 16, 2020

Bezos makes first donations from $10 billion Earth Fund for fighting climate change
The Amazon chief executive unveiled the first $791 million in donations from his $10 billion Earth Fund devoted to slowing down climate change.

Washington Post Business
Nov 16, 2020

Dow soars to new heights on promising vaccine news
The Dow jumped more than 440 points after Moderna reported that its experimental coronavirus vaccine was nearly 95 percent effective.

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