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Washington Post Business
Mar 01, 2021

Been a while since you last bought or sold a home? Here's what's changed.
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | More recent changes to state laws have separated the responsibilities a broker owes to a buyer or a seller, and now a listing broker represents the seller and a buyer's broker represents the buyer.

Washington Post Business
Mar 01, 2021

Studio condo with one bathroom in D.C.'s Adams Morgan lists for $379,900
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The open floor plan includes European white-oak hardwood floors with 7.5-inch wide planks, stainless-steel gas appliances, white cabinets, and a closet with a stacked washer and dryer.

Washington Post Business
Mar 01, 2021

How U.S. manufacturers were hobbled by a shortage of tiny silicon chips
Chip shortages have forced General Motors and Ford to slash production in three states as well as in Canada and Mexico, threatening jobs at the auto companies and their suppliers. The White House has already leaned on big chip producers and their host nations, including Taiwan, to increase output, but on Friday, governors from eight states urged President Biden to "redouble those efforts," warning of a "growing list of automakers, suppliers, and dealers negatively affected by the shortage."

Washington Post Business
Mar 01, 2021

Biden hails Amazon workers pressing to unionize in Alabama in unusual sign of support
The president tweeted a video Sunday night calling out warehouse workers who are in the process of voting by mail to determine whether they will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

President Biden hails Amazon workers pressing to unionize in Alabama in unusual sign of support
The president tweeted a video Sunday night calling out workers in Alabama, where Amazon warehouse workers are in the process of voting by mail to determine whether they will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

When Does a Commodities Boom Turn Into a Supercycle?
A surge in commodity prices has Wall Street banks gearing up for the arrival of what may be a new supercycle -- an extended period during which demand drives prices well above their long-run trend. A major impetus is the massive stimulus spending by governments as they juice up their economies following pandemic lockdowns. The evidence includes surging copper and agricultural prices and oil back at pre-Covid-19 levels. One theory is that this could be just the start of a yearslong rally in appet

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

Why El Salvador Vote Is and Isn't About Its President
President Nayib Bukele is not on the ballot for El Salvador's midterm legislative elections on Sunday, but what matters most to outside observers is how much power the strikingly popular 39-year-old gains. Currently with few allies in the 84-seat legislative assembly, a strong showing for Bukele's party could pave the way for an International Monetary Fund program for the country's reeling economy. A big victory could also set the stage for constitutional changes -- a worrisome development for c

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

This D.C. house is for the kids and hoop dreamers
HOUSE OF THE WEEK| The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 9,100-square-foot house has a multisport court with a basketball hoop and stadium seating.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

TikTok, Hong Kong and More U.S.-China Flashpoints
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 flashpoints, some with significant real-world consequences and others that for now are mostly symbolic.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

Texas Vents at France, Fake News and the Woke
The state's oil regulator is a little too defensive about methane emissions.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

How Biden Is Putting a Number on Carbon's True Cost
The "social cost of carbon," or SCC, was created to show policy makers the gap between the market price of fossil fuels and the cost of the environmental damage they cause.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

ICE investigators used a private utility database covering millions to pursue immigration violations
ICE's use of the vast database offers another example of how government agencies have targeted commercial sources to access information they are not authorized to compile on their own. One researcher called it "a massive betrayal of people's trust": "When you sign up for electricity, you don't expect them to send immigration agents to your front door."

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

‘Pokémon Legends Arceus' is the game mainline Pokémon fans have been begging for
I thought Pokémon should break up with Game Freak. Then they announced "Arceus."

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

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

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

CDC recommends Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, enabling inoculations to start this week
The doses are expected to start shipping as early as Monday to sites already receiving doses of the two other authorized vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

A Trader Joe's employee called for stronger coronavirus measures. The company fired him.
Ben Bonnema specifically asked Trader Joe's CEO to allow its employees to enforce the store's mask-wearing policy.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

Meet Astra, ‘Valorant's' galaxy brain new agent coming in Act 2
Astra is the latest unique agent to be added to "Valorant's" roster.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

To selfie or not to selfie? Why the joy of getting vaccinated is drawing backlash.
People are divided over "vaccine selfie" etiquette, but health experts think they are a good thing.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

CDC advisers recommend Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, paving the way for inoculations to start this week
The doses are expected to start shipping as early as Monday to sites already receiving doses of the two other authorized vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

Co-working companies tap into customers facing work-from-home fatigue
The remote-work industry suffered a significant blow during the pandemic. At least 226 co-working locations closed permanently in 2020, according to Upsuite, a co-work matching service. But the industry sees a market in workers exhausted by work-from-home life.

Washington Post Business
Feb 28, 2021

Co-working companies are trying to tap into customers experiencing work-from-home fatigue
The remote-work industry suffered a significant blow during the pandemic. At least 226 co-working locations closed permanently in 2020, according to Upsuite, a co-work matching service. But the industry sees a market in workers exhausted by work-from-home life.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2021

New Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has advice for Texas — and for the oil industry
In an interview with The Washington Post, the new secretary of energy invites Texas to join the national grid. But her main focus is on the big national energy transition that the Biden administration hopes to promote.

Washington Post Business
Feb 27, 2021

As Texans went without heat, light or water, some companies scored a big payday
The nation's most deregulated energy economy was supposed to be a win for consumers, and for energy companies nimble enough to do business in a bustling, cacophonous market. But a cold snap shattered it last week.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

As USPS delays persist, bills, paychecks and medications are getting stuck in the mail
Consumers are inundating lawmakers with stories of late bills — and the late fees they've absorbed as a result.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

Texas freeze killed winter produce, with some food prices expected to spike
Fruits and vegetables killed by last week's Texas freeze could mean shortfalls at food banks and price hikes at grocery stores.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

United will pay $49 million to resolve fraud allegations over international mail
The Justice Department says the air carrier falsified mail delivery data in contracts with the U.S. Postal Service.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

Robinhood in talks with regulators over March 2020 outages and options trading
Robinhood, the investing app at the center of the GameStop stock trading frenzy, reported it is negotiating over penalties it said could cost it at least $26.6 million.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

A small town in denial comes face to face with the virus
When covid-19 became a reality in Southern Illinois in November, flooding across the plains, it illuminated a deeper, underlying problem in small-town America.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

The wave of covid bankruptcies has begun
Experts warn that because bankruptcies lag other signals of economic distress, a mountain of filings may be to come. New data show what industries might be most at risk.

Washington Post Business
Feb 26, 2021

With vaccinations underway, the economy needs consumers to spend again. But don't, if you have debt.
As more people get vaccinated many may end up doing some "revenge spending."

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

TIAA is the first company in Fortune 500 history to have two Black CEOs in a row
The succession marks the first time within the Fortune 500 that a company has handed the reins directly from one Black chief executive to another.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

For ViacomCBS, another Paramount Plus challenge: how to hold on to old money while pursuing the new
Legacy business still makes a lot of money.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

GameStop, other ‘meme' stocks surge again
The video game retailer's resurgence comes one month after its frenzied rise shocked the financial world and was cheered on by online investors.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Bruce Meyers, creator of the first fiberglass dune buggy, dies at 94
In 1964 he created the Meyers Manx, a two-seat car that helped turn the dune buggy into an emblem of California cool.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Biden administration expands unemployment insurance rules to allow workers who turned down unsafe job offers
The change is the result of a pledge President Biden made to reduce the burden on those who say they have been forced to choose between staying healthy or getting a paycheck during the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Five sensational vacation destinations from the virtual worlds of video games
From "Stardew Valley" to "Persona 5's" Tokyo to "Hades" itself, here's a guide to five can't-miss video game ‘vacation' destinations.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Hoping to travel in 2021? You might need a vaccine passport.
Proof of vaccination to travel or attend school is not new, but the coronavirus has introduced a potential need to modernize outdated paper standards.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Mortgage rates surge higher for second week in a row
The 30-year fixed-rate average has risen nearly a quarter of a percentage point the past two weeks and now stands at 2.97 percent.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

GameStop, other ‘meme' stocks surging again
The video game retailer's resurgence comes one month after its frenzied rise shocked the financial world and was cheered on by online investors.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

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
Feb 25, 2021

Never Mind Yield Curves, What's Negative Convexity?
As bond yields rise and fall past certain levels, there are episodes of highly technical yet increasingly familiar flows that can accelerate moves in either direction. Analysts and traders use terms like negative convexity and convexity hedging to explain a phenomenon that's been compared to a "beast" in the market. The result can lead to market distortion that makes it tricky to interpret what bond markets are really saying. What does it all mean, and why does it matter?

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Office novels have evolved alongside workplace culture. What will the future look like?
A growing genre was flourishing just as white-collar workers went into quarantine. Authors consider how — or if — Zoom will fit into fiction.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Property tax increases aim to boost affordable housing inventories
Two programs in Michigan will be devoted to creating new units and other support services

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

BOA expands down-payment assistance program for home buyers with moderate incomes
TOWN SQUARE | When Bank of America's two grant programs are used together, home buyers receive an average of $14,000 to help with their home purchase.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

As private companies erode government's hold on space travel, NASA looks to open a new frontier
Space enthusiasts, including NASA, see enormous benefit in the shift — a new era of space exploration that will usher in a more capable and efficient space industry. But the changing dynamic also has left NASA with an uncertain role.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Why the Mutated Coronavirus Variants Are So Worrisome
Viruses mutate all the time, including the novel coronavirus that's caused the global Covid-19 pandemic. Most of the changes have no apparent effect. But recent variants that have emerged in the U.K., South Africa and Brazil are causing particular concern.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Worried about meeting coworkers at your new all-remote job? Here are some tips.
Being the new kid at work is even more awkward when you're joining an all-remote office. But the pandemic can help us all embrace the awkwardness.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

With Paramount Plus, ViacomCBS marshals new weapons in the streaming wars
A late streaming entrant makes its case.

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Junk Bonds With Low Yields? Here's Why They're Hot
High-yield bonds that don't pay very much? Sounds like an oxymoron, or maybe unwise. But investors are pouring money into what are also known as junk bonds -- debt issued by companies with less-robust finances that traditionally have paid higher interest rates to compensate for the extra risk. This month, the average yield on U.S. speculative grade debt fell below 4% for the first time ever. To some, that's a sign that the Federal Reserve's ultra-loose monetary policy is working as planned. To o

Washington Post Business
Feb 25, 2021

Facebook bans Myanmar's military, citing threat of new violence after Feb. 1 coup
The ban, which also affects Facebook subsidiary Instagram, extends a series of actions in recent years to sharply limit the ability of the nation's military, called the Tatmadaw, to use the platforms in any way, including through paid advertising.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Biden nominates three to USPS board of governors as DeJoy testifies on mail crises
The White House moves to reassert control of the U.S. Postal Service as the postmaster general brushes off lawmakers' calls to resign.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Biden orders sweeping review of U.S. supply chain weak spots
President Biden on Wednesday formally ordered a 100-day government review of potential vulnerabilities in U.S. supply chains for critical items, including computer chips, medical gear, electric-vehicle batteries and specialized minerals.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Nation's most populous county mandates extra $5 in pandemic ‘hero pay' for some grocery workers
Experts say the passage of a temporary pay bump for some grocery workers in Los Angeles County is notable amid industry opposition.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Transgender Rights
At birth, a person is usually assigned a gender - male or female - based largely on anatomy. But for some people, their innate sense of gender identity growing up differs from what was written on the birth certificate. Most describe themselves as a transgender man or transgender woman; some identify as both genders or neither. Transgender people have long been subjected to discrimination or worse, but in recent years efforts to gain equality have advanced in some countries. The United Nations ca

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

ViacomCBS to enter streaming wars with Paramount Plus
A late streaming entrant makes its case.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

As Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testified before House panel, Biden nominates three to USPS board of governors
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy faces the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The Postal Service is battling financial and service crises caused by years of mail declines worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

‘Persona 5 Strikers' is the wildest Musou game in years
The Musou genre may be repetitive, but that's the point.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: USPS head Louis DeJoy tells House panel his strategic plan may include slowing first-class mail
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy faces the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The Postal Service is battling financial and service crises caused by years of mail declines worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Live updates: USPS head Louis DeJoy to address House panel with agency in crisis and as Democrats clamor for his removal
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy faces the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The Postal Service is battling financial and service crises caused by years of mail declines worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

A ‘chef farmer' pivots to survive the pandemic and heartbreaking loss
A Colorado restaurateur and his community relied on each other through last year's tragic upheavals. What emerged was a gutsy reinvention — that's not yet finished.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Wilde Lake, in Columbia, Md., where divisions fade and literature abides
WHERE WE LIVE | The village was the first of 10 built as part of James Rouse's famed planned community

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Why Feeling Bad After Covid Vaccine Jab Could Be Good: QuickTake
As Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out across the world, a growing band of recipients are complaining of being flattened by side effects, especially after a second dose. Recipients describe symptoms from fever to fatigue that are more profound than the jolt some get from a seasonal flu shot. Although the post-vaccination malaise is generally innocuous and fades after a day or two, some hospitals and medical centers are staggering immunizations of health workers to avoid a brief cluster of absenteei

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Biden to order sweeping review of U.S. supply chain weak spots
President Biden on Wednesday will formally order a 100-day government review of potential vulnerabilities in U.S. supply chains for critical items, including computer chips, medical gear, electric-vehicle batteries and specialized minerals.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Capitol Hill co-living apartment switches gears for the pandemic
TOWN SQUARE | While the developers maintained the floor plans as designed, they hired a landscape architect to create more outdoor communal areas, such as a kitchen.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Major Trump backer Rebekah Mercer orchestrates Parler's second act
Rebekah Mercer, a daughter of a major Republican donor, is a founding investor of Parler, where she reportedly is pulling strings. Mercer holds the majority stake in Parler and controlled two of three board seats as of early February — a board to which she recently appointed allies.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

How to find a qualified home inspector
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The buyer should ask for copies of recent inspection reports to review. The report should be easy to read, and it should describe the reason for each repair recommendation.

Washington Post Business
Feb 24, 2021

Old school Airstreams enjoy pandemic-era popularity
Despite being forced to close for six-weeks early in the pandemic, retail sales at Airstream dealerships jumped 22 percent in 2020 and demand is still on the rise.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Growing computer-chip shortage alarms Biden and Congress
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) called the lack of production capacity "a dangerous weak spot in our economy and in our national security."

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Net neutrality law to take effect in California after judge deals blow to telecom industry
California can begin enforcing its first-in-the-nation net neutrality law after a federal judge on Tuesday ruled against broadband providers that had sought to scuttle the open-internet safeguards.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Texas energy board members resign over state's bungled snowstorm response
Five members of the powerful ERCOT energy regulation board have resigned amid persistent blackouts across Texas' grid.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

How Myanmar's Coup Puts Democracy on the Back Burner Again
A decade after Myanmar's highly praised opening to the outside world following decades of military rule, the armed forces are back in power. Three months after Aung San Suu Kyi, the daughter of the country's modern founder, secured a third landslide election victory, the generals are disputing the vote and have detained Suu Kyi again -- setting off major street protests that have been met with lethal force. It's another blow for the nascent democracy after accusations of genocide against the cou

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Growing computer chip shortage alarms Biden and Congress
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called the current lack of production capacity "a dangerous weak spot in our economy and in our national security."

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Tax Season 2021: Your tax and stimulus payment questions and more answered
This FAQ addressed top issues from taxpayers for the 2021 tax season. People still aren't sure about the taxability of the stimulus payments or whether they can take a home-office deduction.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Tom Vilsack confirmed for a second stint as Agriculture Secretary with strong Republican support
The former Iowa Governor served in the same role for eight years in the Obama Administration, and has pledged to focus on racial justice and climate change.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Can a Vaccinated Person Still Spread the Coronavirus?
Nine vaccines have proved effective at protecting people from developing symptoms of Covid-19, the disease that can result from infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It's not yet known definitively how well the inoculations prevent people from getting an asymptomatic infection or passing the virus on to others. Preliminary signs suggest they do at least some of both.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Battle over $1.9 trillion covid relief package is as much about political optics as economic necessity
There's nothing magic about a $1.9 trillion stimulus package. That's a number driven more by politics than economic necessity, and President Biden's push to "go big" on stimulus relief could hurt his ability to solve big problems later on.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Saudi minister and symbol of ‘the new age of oil,' dies at 90
He led the kingdom through the 1973 oil crisis and the nationalization of its state energy company.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

The Bird Flu Virus That Has Infected People in Russia
New strains of influenza are constantly emerging. Although the virus is associated with winter epidemics of respiratory disease in people, wild migratory birds are flu's main target -- and are responsible for much of its global distribution. An avian flu variant that's been spreading in wild birds and occasionally spilling over and killing poultry for years recently caused the first reported human infections in southern Russia. Authorities have found no sign this particular virus is being transm

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Why Protesters Are Back on the Streets in Thailand
Thailand's 2019 election was billed as an end to five years of military rule. Yet not much changed after the disputed vote: Former army chief and coup leader Prayuth Chan-Ocha returned as prime minister with the help of a military-backed party and the military-appointed Senate. After a court last year ordered an opposition party to disband, student-led rallies for more democracy gained momentum. Their demands have extended to the monarchy -- breaking taboos in a country where criticizing the kin

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Why WhatsApp's New Privacy Rules Have Sparked Alarm
Facebook Inc.'s WhatsApp began alerting its 2 billion users in early January to an update of its privacy policy -- and if they wanted to keep using the popular messaging app, they had to accept it. The new terms caused an outcry among technology experts, privacy advocates, billionaire entrepreneurs and government organizations and triggered some defections to rival services. WhatsApp initially said the changes were necessary to help it integrate better with other Facebook products. Then it pushe

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

What's Behind Value Investing's Long Losing Streak?
The strategy has suffered a devastating drought for more than a decade, sending investors scrambling for answers.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Who Needs Tesla Analysts When There's Reddit?
The rise in the shares of Elon Musk's company defies logic. That hasn't stopped Wall Street analysts trying to rationalize it.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Watch NASA's Perseverance rover landing on Mars in HD
NASA on Monday released stunning, high-definition footage of its car-size rover landing on the Martian surface last week, the first time that a spacecraft's landing on Mars has been recorded in video.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

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
Feb 23, 2021

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
Feb 23, 2021

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
Feb 23, 2021

Searching for Money's New Standard
Five decades after the gold standard ended, history shows efforts to control money rarely last long.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Should you remove the foam insulation in a basement renovation?
ASK THE BUILDER | For Pete's sake, don't tear any of that insulation off the walls! The previous owners were wise and made a fantastic investment by putting all that foam on the frigid poured concrete walls.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Parkway Cleaners fuels growth through innovation and custom work
Jon Simon taps business and technical savvy to build a D.C. mainstay that has cleaned a first lady's quilt and a flag from Ford's Theatre.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

PlayStation CEO says PS5 will get its own VR headset, explains console supply chain shortfall
This time, you'll only have to deal with one wire to connect the headset to your PlayStation unit.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

How your neighbors' delinquent dues can derail your condo sale
TOWN SQUARE | You can avoid trouble when selling or buying a condo by finding out how many owners are delinquent with dues.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

How to find a rock-solid mason for your home
Is the job straightforward, like repairing or replacing a chimney, redoing a concrete walkway or rebuilding a small stone wall? You can spec out the job with a contractor, who should be able to draw up a simple rendering.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Contemporary townhouses in a convenient Md. location
BUYING NEW | EYA is building 48 units near a shopping center and a regional park in Cabin John.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Delay the Second Covid Vaccine Shot? What Experts Say
As countries contend with limited supplies of Covid-19 vaccine, governments are grappling with whether to prioritize getting a first shot into as many arms as possible, or to take a slower approach that reserves some vials to deliver a second dose at the interval prescribed for attaining maximum protection. The U.K. has adopted the approach, calculating that vaccinating twice as many people is preferable to vaccinating half as many in the same time even if a smaller group's protection would be s

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Facebook, Australia reach deal to restore news pages after shutdown
Facebook agreed to restore news pages after it said it had reached a favorable deal with the Australian government late Monday.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Elon Musk moved to Texas and embraced celebrity. Can Tesla run on Autopilot?
The billionaire entrepreneur said he was selling his house and possessions. It was only the beginning.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

The pandemic is upending how Oscar nominees are chosen
A normally noisy time has gone quiet and weird. There are major consumer and industry implications.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

What do Apple and some well-off senior citizens have in common? Financial quirks are helping them get richer.
For America's most highly valued company and some wealthy individuals in their 70s and older, it's like money is falling from the skies.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Trump's former treasury secretary expected to launch investment fund, seeking backing of Persian Gulf state funds
President Trump's treasury secretary is planning to launch an investment fund that is expected to raise money from sovereign wealth funds in the Persian Gulf and other investors, two people familiar with the project said.

Washington Post Business
Feb 23, 2021

Vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna pledge massive boost to U.S. supply after sluggish rollout
The increases needed to meet March delivery targets will be steep, however, and Biden administration officials expect the companies could come up slightly short.

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