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Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

Hard-hit industries clamor for regulations during pandemic
Groups that typically would oppose federal mandates want a nationwide standard on when masks should be mandatory as the surging coronavirus makes Americans more fearful.

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Jul 04, 2020

Your Wirecard E-Cash Was Safe Until It Wasn't
The aftershocks of the German fintech firm's collapse reach the U.K., with chilling results.

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Jul 04, 2020

How Disney could be facing a lot more than a lost summer
‘Hamilton' is all the rage on its streaming service, but the company must climb a mountain of existential challenges.

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Jul 04, 2020

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

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Jul 04, 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.

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Jul 04, 2020

The big factor holding back the U.S. economic recovery: Child care
Nearly a third of the nation's workforce has children at home and they're struggling. Researchers estimate nearly 10 percent of economic activity won't happen as long as schools and daycares remain closed.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

Lawmakers criticize SBA leadership for ‘absolutely terrible' management of disaster-loans program
James Rivera, a long-time federal official whose office oversees the SBA's disaster-loans program, took questions from lawmakers frustrated by long loan processing delays and poor communication.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

California rejected Chinese firm's push to help with coronavirus testing. Was that the right move?
Advisers told the state to steer clear of BGI, underscoring U.S.-China tech tension.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

Black families pay significantly higher property taxes than white families, new analysis shows
As black Americans are leading protests against police violence in the United States, a new study shows they pay a disproportionate amount of the property taxes that help fund local police.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

Black women say Pinterest created a den of discrimination
Ifeoma Ozoma and Aerica Shimizu Banks claim they were underpaid, faced racist comments, and were subject to retaliation for raising complaints. Other women are now coming forward with their own allegations of bias.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 2020

Emmanuel Macron Trips a Risky Political Fuse
In time-honored French tradition, the president is replacing his No. 2 after a series of crises. But this can come with its pitfalls.

Washington Post Business
Jul 04, 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.

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Jul 04, 2020

Facebook is working to persuade advertisers to abandon their boycott. So far, they aren't impressed.
Advertisers boycotting Facebook were frustrated by violent groups using the platform to organize against the George Floyd protests.

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Jul 04, 2020

World renowned esports tournament Evo canceled, co-founder removed after allegations of sexual misconduct
The move comes hours after notable participants and developers withdrew from the event.

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Jul 04, 2020

Treasury, SBA appear to miss deadline to disclose small business loan data
The missed target date is a setback in the administration's promises to be transparent about one of the largest economic stimulus packages ever created by the federal government.

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Jul 04, 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"

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Jul 04, 2020

What Price Would You Put on Your Personal Data?
Many Americans are happy to flog even their most sensitive data, and for a cheap price, too.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

What Hong Kong Losing Its ‘Special Status' Would Mean
Under the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992, the U.S. treats Hong Kong, a semi-autonomous part of China with its own legal and economic system, differently than the Chinese mainland in trade, commerce and other areas. President Donald Trump has begun stripping away that "special status" to punish China for moves to tighten its grip on the city after a year of pro-democracy street protests. At its most extreme, that could mean the global financial hub being treated the same as any other

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

Walmart transforming 160 store parking lots into drive-ins
The retailer is partnering with Tribeca Entertainment for the summer initiative. It's unclear if the movies will be new releases, but admission is free, the company said.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

Watergate South co-op apartment is at one with nature
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The unit has a huge wraparound balcony overlooks the Potomac River.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

EVO co-founder placed on leave as sexual misconduct claims embroil fighting game community
The allegations come amid a flurry of similar claims against professional gamers and streamers over the past two weeks.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

For budding sports reporters, another career test: a summer without internships
For five women trying to break into highly competitive world of sports media, the pandemic has created an unlevel playing field.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

How the Pandemic Is Changing the Outlook for Peak Oil
One big question emerging from the pandemic is whether it will speed up the global shift away from oil. Life under lockdown gave a taste of a world that burns less petroleum, with consumption down by about a quarter and city dwellers from Los Angeles to New Delhi relishing the cleaner air. As restrictions eased, things weren't exactly returning to normal. Many workers had given up on commuting and there was talk that air travel might never recover. On the other hand, rock-bottom oil prices and t

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Jul 03, 2020

CBO: Coronavirus pandemic will scar U.S. labor market for the next decade
The agency is predicting that the unemployment rate in the fourth quarter of 2030 will be 4.4 percent, compared with 3.5 percent in February of this year.

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Jul 03, 2020

Complaint alleges that Facebook is biased against black workers
A black manager at Facebook is suing the company, along with two other African American applicants, alleging a culture of bias in promotions, evaluations, hiring and recruiting.

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Jul 03, 2020

Lawmakers criticize SBA leadership's management of disaster-loans program
Lawmakers said the agency fell far short of expectations even given the unique challenges associated with this economic crisis. "The administration of this program has been absolutely terrible," said Rep. Angie Craig (D-Minn.).

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

Is Twitch integration enough to set ‘Hyper Scape' apart?
Battle royale fatigue may be a problem for Ubisoft's upcoming shooter.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

June's cautious economic recovery is based in part-time work and vulnerable industries
The recent improvement in the unemployment rate tells only part of the story.

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Jul 03, 2020

Tesla's Overexcited Fans Should Cool Down a Little
Elon Musk's electric car company has shown resilience during the pandemic but its share price jump this week has been over the top.

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Jul 03, 2020

The debate around Breonna Taylor memes: Do they bring attention to the cause or trivialize her death?
Some have used memes to give attention to Breonna Taylor's death, but others question if they're able to actually spark change.

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Jul 03, 2020

The grim, unmentioned downside of the employment records Trump is hyping
The records the president touted Thursday were made possible by the preceding economic collapse.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

The Swine Flu Virus in China That Has People Worried
The most prevalent strain of influenza spreading among pigs in China has sparked concern among scientists, who say it has certain properties that give it pandemic potential. Chief among them: The virus has infected humans. So far it isn't known to spread from person to person, but the worry is that with further mutations, it could start to do so. Populations still battling the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which also emerged in China and is believed to have originated in animals, could be vulnerable a

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

Nord Stream 2 Could Sever Transatlantic Ties
The gas pipeline is now a game of chicken between Germany and the U.S., in which both players appear reckless.

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Jul 03, 2020

SoftBank's Latest Unicorn IPO Is Just Delightful
It's too early to say that lessons have been learned, but a big first-day pop for Lemonade is welcome news for Masayoshi Son after a run of bad luck.

Washington Post Business
Jul 03, 2020

Some jobs are coming back, but economy will need years to heal
Many businesses are still laying off workers and a surge in coronavirus cases has given leaders pause, showing how difficult this crisis is to navigate

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Southwest Soda Pop Shop: How a side business became the main attraction
Darryl Jones and daughters Brittany, Andrea, Lena and Brianna are building up a sweet family business.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Overpaying for TV Again? Get Used to It.
YouTube TV's price hike is cable all over again.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Silicon Valley tech start-up Anduril raises $200 million to create a software-driven Defense Dept. contractor
Anduril, a Silicon Valley-based tech company founded by executives from Oculus and Palantir, has ambitions of becoming a leading defense contractor.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

The Technology 202: Here's what Facebook ad boycott organizers plan to tell Mark Zuckerberg
They want Facebook to allow independent audits of misinformation and hate speech.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Know which coronavirus-related risks are covered by your association's insurance
Although insurance isn't a blanket solution, proper coverage can protect a community association from many potential risks connected to the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

John Paulson Doesn't Need Your Money Anymore
Picking winners and losers among hedge fund managers is a mug's game.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Manager with autism considers disclosing diagnosis to team
A manager who has successfully masked their autism for years considers disclosing diagnosis to a team that is asking for a "normal' boss."

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Mortgage rates just hit a new low again
The 30-year fixed-rate average sank to 3.07 percent, the fifth time in the past several months it has set a record low.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Searching for and finding the right apartment gets more complicated
Shifts in market dynamics leave middle-income earners feeling the pinch.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Do You Really Want Google to Have Your Personal Fitness Data?
Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit deal is being scrutinized by the EU. At the very least, there need to be guarantees on not extracting data from its devices.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

California rejected Chinese company's push to help with coronavirus testing. Was that the right move?
Advisers told the state to steer clear of BGI, underscoring U.S.-China tech tension.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Demand for anti-racist literature is up. These black bookstore owners hope it lasts.
Data show a rise in interest in anti-racist and social justice titles following George Floyd's death. As black-owned bookstores are scrambling to keep up with demand, they're hopeful it continues.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Black families pay significantly higher property taxes than white families, analysis shows
As black Americans are leading protests against police violence in the United States, a study shows they pay a disproportionate amount of the property taxes that help fund local police.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

A coronavirus vaccine rooted in a government partnership is fueling financial rewards for company executives
Moderna's top leaders sold company stock as the share value skyrocketed.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Administration makes it easier for companies to profit from publicly funded virus drugs, group says
In its race to control covid-19, the U.S. government is spending billions in agreements with drugmakers to subsidize development of medicines.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

IRS says July 15 tax filing deadline won't be extended
The Internal Revenue Service said that those who owe the government need to file and pay on time to avoid penalties and fees.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Fed officials raised concerns in June that U.S. could enter a much worse recession later this year if coronavirus cases continued to surge
The scenario, which officials described as plausible, was revealed in minutes of their June meeting before the surge in cases escalated

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Trump appears to back another round of stimulus checks, though jumbled remarks make plan unclear
In comments to Fox Business, Trump said he wants to offer bigger payments than Democrats envision but that he doesn't want it to deter employment.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

The U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, but fierce new headwinds have emerged
Many analysts expect the report to lower the official unemployment rate of 13.3 percent. But a coronavirus surge is complicating an already fraught recovery.

Washington Post Business
Jul 02, 2020

Wirecard Is a Wild Card, Even Without SoftBank Money
The Japanese company doesn't have to take a writedown for shareholders to be worried.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

U.S. added nearly 2.4 million private-sector jobs in June, ADP reports
The leisure and hospitality sector powered the gains, adding 961,000 to their payrolls, new data show.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

In unusual deal, U.S. Treasury to acquire 30 percent of trucking company in exchange for $700 million loan
Congress gave Treasury $17 billion to give in loans to firms it deemed "critical" to America's national security.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

How Everybody Learned to Love the Euro
The currency's strength could be seen as a judgment on Europe's handling of the coronavirus when compared with the U.S. and other parts of the world.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Federal government now turning to Amazon, Overstock for ‘micro-purchases'
The General Services Administration pilot is expected to fast-track the procurement process for pens, desk chairs and other office needs that fall within the $10,000 cap.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

'The Last of Us Part II': The Evolution of Ellie
The creators discuss Ellie's transformation from a wide-eyed girl to a woman fueled by vengeance.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

California begins enforcing digital privacy law, despite calls for delay
The California privacy law took effect in January, but the attorney general had to wait until July to enforce.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Alexa, just shut up: We've been isolated for months, and now we hate our home assistants
For those of us without boxing equipment lying around, Alexa, Siri and the Google "assistant" make great punching bags.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Amazon passes 1,000 hires for its Arlington headquarters
Company says it's on track to hire 25,000 people in the decade for its second headquarters.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

A rate reduction or lower monthly payment alone may not be reason to refinance
Also evaluate if you can pay off the loan earlier and how long it will take you to recoup the closing fees.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Condos for sale at six-unit Boss Shepherd building near Shaw
An apartment building at 1825 13th St. NW between S and T streets NW has been redeveloped, with two- and three-bedroom units.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

How the Fed is driving savers to riskier investments
The Federal Reserve's efforts to buoy the economy and stabilize financial markets are working nicely for now — but we are in for a bumpy ride.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

In booming College Park, campus energy, affordability and a sense of community
The University of Maryland is the hub of a city that offers many amenities and easy access to D.C.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Fed's Powell warns lawmakers not to become complacent in dealing with coronavirus
"While this bounceback in economic activity is welcome, it also presents new challenges — notably, the need to keep the virus in check," Powell said.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Four ways for Joe Biden to reset our polarized and dysfunctional politics
Obamacare for All, National Service -- these are ideas from the radical center that could help revive America's broken politics

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

House Democrats unveil ambitious climate package, steering toward a net-zero economy by 2050
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) on Tuesday unveils Democrats' ambitious climate proposals, aiming for net zero emissions economy-wide by 2050.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

How Can I Get It? The Evidence on Virus Transmission
The modus operandi is becoming clearer. For the most part, SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, spreads by close personal contact via tiny particles emitted when an infected person coughs, sneezes, speaks, sings -- or even just breathes normally. These can infect another person by falling into an eye, nose or mouth, by being inhaled or getting stuck on a hand and transferred to one of these entry sites. Here's an explanation of the established route of contagion and other pathways u

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Senate measure would diminish Energy Department control of nuclear weapons production
The Senate version of the defense authorization act, due for a vote this week, would give the Pentagon authority over a huge part of the Energy Department's budget

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Senate reaches deal to extend Paycheck Protection Program hours before it was set to expire
With the deadline to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program coming just before midnight Tuesday night, senators, led by Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.), are considering how best to use the remaining funds to help small businesses as they begin to reopen.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Shell and BP's Debt Problems Are Getting Worse
The British oil majors need to set out a credible plan for getting leverage back down.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Myrtle Beach reopened to survive the summer. Now, it's a coronavirus ‘petri dish.'
With summer in full swing -- and the July 4 holiday fast approaching -- Myrtle Beach has become a concerning coronavirus hot spot -- and a shining example of the difficult, and perhaps deadly, calculation that some cities and states face about when to reopen.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

National mask mandate could save 5 percent of GDP, economists say
Such a requirement could protect the public while avoiding some of the pain of an economic shutdown, Goldman Sachs researchers find.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

New data reveal how many poor Americans were deprived of $500 stimulus payment for their children
Under the Cares Act, parents are supposed to get an extra $500 per dependent child under 17. But the IRS lost information for hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

New data reveal how many poor Americans were deprived of a $500 stimulus payment for their children
Under the Cares Act, parents are supposed to get an extra $500 per dependent child under 17. But the IRS lost information for hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Minneapolis had progressive policies, but its economy still left black families behind
Amid the protests over the killing of George Floyd, Minneapolis offers a cautionary tale for a new generation of political leaders promising change.

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Jul 01, 2020

Lawmakers call for more transparency in health agency's pandemic data collection practices
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is raising privacy concerns over a Health and Human Services program to gather data that involves tech company Palantir.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

The Technology 202: IBM and Notre Dame team up on new tech ethics lab
Universities are evolving their approach as the industry's troubles pile up.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

The FDA Wants a Covid-19 Vaccine That Really Works
New guidelines on what will qualify as effective are appropriately strict.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

So Long, Nafta; Hello, USMCA. What You Need to Know
As a candidate in 2016, President Donald Trump pledged to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement and to terminate it "if we don't get the deal we want." After 13 months of diplomatic negotiations, plus further political wrangling within Washington, a replacement takes effect on Wednesday with modest changes in some areas, significant additions in others and a new name, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Pay cuts are becoming a defining feature of the coronavirus recession
Economists worry workers are facing a major setback on pay, and it could be a harbinger of a slow recovery.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Stocks close out best quarter since 1998, clawing back most Q1 losses
The Dow and S&P 500 advanced more than 16 percent, and the Nasdaq spiked more than 30 percent in the second quarter as investors banked on a slow but sure recovery.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Tesla fires three more workers, contradicting pandemic policy on staying home
Multiple people who took leave said they received termination letters earlier this month.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Things Are Terrible at Airbus, But at Least It's Not Boeing
Instead of attacking the aircraft maker, Europe's governments should be grateful that its finances were in decent shape before Covid-19 appeared.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

This Is Angela Merkel's Swan Song as Leader
For the next six months, Germany will try to do something counterintuitive: lead Europe "from the center."

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Top CEOs endorse calls for police reform, another sign of momentum on the issue
The Business Roundtable, representing CEOs of large companies, calls for Congress to pass a bipartisan plan for change.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Where We Live | College Park, Md.
Home to the University of Maryland, this city has a youthful atmosphere.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Who Will Lead the WTO and Help It Avoid Collapse?
The campaign to lead the World Trade Organization during the most turbulent period of its 25-year existence has officially begun. Playing out against the backdrop of a pandemic, a worldwide recession, the U.S.-China battle for trade supremacy and the American presidential election, there couldn't be more at stake. But Brazilian Director-General Roberto Azevedo's decision to step down at the end of August, a year before his term ends, also offers an opportunity for the U.S., the European Union an

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

The new corporate swag: Branded masks, sanitizer spray bottles and Zoom vanity light rings
For businesses, items related to a pandemic carry more sensitivities than a logo-emblazoned golf shirt.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Workers are getting laid off for a second time, as the virus's surge puts reopenings on hold
Millions of workers are suffering from economic whiplash, thinking they were finally returning to work — only to be sent home again as cases spike.

Washington Post Business
Jul 01, 2020

Would You Buy a Bond Linked to Your Country's GDP?
Imagine a sovereign bond that pays investors more when a country's economy is doing nicely and less when gross domestic product is lagging. That's the idea behind the GDP-linked bond, a seldom used debt instrument that is attracting increasing interest as authorities grapple with the extraordinary cost of the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

With modern thinking, antique lighting retains its luster
Cyrus Manafzadeh's Artisan Lamp came through the 2008 financial crisis, and now it's confronting the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

Why Your Favorite Grocery Item Is Still Out of Stock
Months into the pandemic, disruptions continue to plague the supermarket aisles. Should you be worried?

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

Trump administration tells Facebook, Twitter to act against calls to topple statues, commit violent acts
The Trump administration is calling on Facebook, Twitter and other tech giants to take action against posts that call for people to break curfews, commit violent acts and topple statues in connection with racial-justice protests nationwide, describing such content as "criminal activity" that puts Americans' security at risk.

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

The IRS should not try to claw back $1.4 billion sent to dead people
The IRS built a system to avoid sending payments to dead people seven years ago -- but the agency still sent out $1.4 billion in stimulus payments to the deceased. Surviving spouses and heirs should be able to keep the money.

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

Mixwell, one of Europe's best ‘Valorant' players, wants to break the game
The 24-year-old G2 captain opens up about burnout — and why he plays Viper.

Washington Post Business
Jun 26, 2020

How Obamacare, Wounded and Hounded, Is Still Alive
The U.S. health-care law known as Obamacare is a decade old but still at existential risk. Millions of Americans have health insurance through the law enacted under President Barack Obama even after opponents have trimmed its scope. The law remains a target for the Republican Party and President Donald Trump, who calls it "really bad health care" and has thrown his administration's support behind a legal challenge that could lead the Supreme Court to strike it down in the midst of a pandemic.

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