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Washington Post Business
Dec 08, 2019

Busting your budget on groceries? Here's how much you should spend.
Eating out is a luxury, sure, but you can also easily overspend if you impulse buy at the supermarket.

Washington Post Business
Dec 08, 2019

Is This Goldilocks Moment Too Good to Be True?
The Fed says monetary policy is in a good place and markets agree. The risk is that the economy starts running too hot.

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Dec 08, 2019

Policing OPEC's Oil Deal Risks A Price Crash
Saudi Arabia is trying everything to make sure the latest oil deal sticks. When it doesn't, the kingdom will be stuck between a rock and a very hard place.

Washington Post Business
Dec 08, 2019

Who Put the ‘S' in ‘ESG' (and What Does It Mean)?
There's been a lot of attention given lately to ESG investing, but not always a lot of explanation. What the E in ESG stands for is easy to guess -- environmental. The G, governance, is harder to remember but at least is specific. The S on the other hand, is neither easy to guess or pin down: social. It's a term that can encompass concerns from gender equality to worker rights to new ways to provide funding to charities working in poor countries. What was once a fringe approach has now seen big

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

On Uber, hundreds of rape allegations go unreported to police
Uber said law enforcement was involved in only 37 percent of rape cases reported to the company.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

OPEC, Aramco Control Headlines More Than Oil
Production cuts and a splashy IPO pale before market forces.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Peloton Woman needed a drink after her viral ad. She got one in new spot for Ryan Reynolds's gin.
"Exercise bike not included," Reynolds tweeted.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Labor market picked up steam in November as U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs and jobless rate fell to 3.5 percent
The tally was affected by thousands of General Motors workers who returned to their jobs in late October after a lengthy strike.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Labor market picked up steam in November
The United States added 266,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell to 3.5 percent, reflecting a surge of strength in a labor market that has muscled through recession fears that flared over the summer.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

In interview with The Post, Uber CEO Khosrowshahi addresses reports of sexual assault on rides
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi spoke to The Washington Post's Geoffrey Fowler about the company's first-ever safety study disclosing sexual assaults on rides.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Maryland open houses Dec. 7-8
A list of properties in Maryland that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Left behind: Farmers fight to save their land in rural Minnesota as trade war intensifies
Farm bankruptcies and debt rise as trade war grinds on.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

PG&E reaches $13.5 billion settlement with victims of devastating California wildfires
The California electric utility, which has drawn sharp criticism for its role in the massive wildfires that have ravaged parts of the state, announced the settlement late Friday. PG&E said the settlement, which needs to be approved by a bankruptcy court, would be a final step toward resolving claims against the utility. It follows two […]

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Ninja and Shroud went to Mixer. Dr Disrespect is heading to TV.
Guy Beahm, who streams as Dr Disrespect, announced a TV development deal with Skybound Entertainment.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

On Uber, hundreds of incidents of rape go unreported to police
Uber said law enforcement was involved in only 37 percent of rape cases reported to the company.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Climate Change Hangs on China's Embrace of Markets
Falling cost of renewables may tip faction debate away from coal, but there's zero time to waste.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

A Tudor Revival gets an update but keeps its character
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Renovated 1929 house maintains connection to Northwest D.C. neighborhood.

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Dec 07, 2019

D.C. open houses Dec. 7-8
A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

E-books at libraries are a hit, leading to long waits, reader hacks and worried publishers
Library e-book waits have prompted some to take their memberships to a new extreme, collecting library cards or card numbers to enable them to find the rarest or most popular books, with the shortest wait.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Congress, White House near deal to create Space Force in exchange for paid leave for federal workers
The deal could be voted on as early as next week, people close to the negotiations said.

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Dec 07, 2019

Former Ohio State athletes call on prosecutors to investigate Wexner, citing Epstein allegations
Five athletes who are alleged assault victims of a university doctor cite the Wexners' ties to the school.

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Dec 07, 2019

Germany's Crisis Has Been Averted. But at What Cost?
In some countries, polarized politics is leading to escalation. In Germany, it's doing the opposite.

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Dec 07, 2019

Why Nafta Isn't Dead (Yet) and What Might Replace It
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." Nafta is the accord between the U.S., Canada and Mexico that, starting in 1994, phased out tariffs on most goods among the three countries, creating what was then the world's largest free-trade zone and over time tripling trade among the signatories. Over 13 months of negotiations beginning in 2017, the three countries agreed to mod

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Why the Russia-Ukraine Gas Dispute Worries Europe
Europe was shaken a decade ago when vital supplies of Russian natural gas piped across Ukraine cut out during the middle of winter during a dispute between the two former Soviet countries over prices. The 10-year deal reached to end the shutdown expires on Dec. 31, and another standoff is possible. But much has changed since 2009. Europe has diversified its sources of gas and stockpiled supply to guard against shocks. For its part, Russia now depends far less on Ukraine's pipelines thanks to the

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Wall Street says it cares about diversity. But most big banks won't share complete workforce data.
The Washington Post asked the 15 largest U.S. banks to share workforce race and gender data — data they already report to the federal government on a two-page form. Only two shared the full numbers.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

The surprising influence of Manhattan's street grid on New York restaurant reviews
The findings have implications for your town, too.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

The Wrong Way to Fight Porch Pirates
New laws against theft won't be of much help, but retailers and package-delivery companies can be.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

This is the hottest job market since the 1990s. Why aren't wages growing faster?
One of the questions hanging over this strong jobs picture is why wages aren't growing as they did in the late 1990s, when wage growth often topped 4 percent.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Twitter wanted to be the town square. Now it's also grappling with being a cemetery.
After outrage over a policy to delete inactive accounts, the company is struggling with how to handle deceased users.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Uber CEO Q&A: When rape happens in an Uber, who's responsible?
In an interview following the revelation of thousands of assaults on Uber passengers and drivers, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi tackles the ride hailing service's obligations to victims, employees and the police.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Uber's Assault Report Erodes the Power of Trust
The company's ability to sell us on safety was a secret to its success. The disclosures of crimes within its network put that to the test.

Washington Post Business
Dec 07, 2019

Virginia open houses Dec. 7-8
A list of properties in Virginia that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

New York City comptroller pushes 56 companies to commit to diversity and adopt the NFL's Rooney Rule
About two dozen of the 56 companies on Stringer's list appear to have no minorities on their board.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

How Trump Is Sabotaging Trade's Ultimate Tribunal
The World Trade Organization is still open for business but its most critical function as the global trade referee is effectively shutting down next week. As of Dec. 11, the WTO's appellate body -- the preeminent forum for settling worldwide trade disagreements -- will lose its ability to rule on new dispute cases. That's good news for President Donald Trump, America's self-proclaimed "tariff man," because he can now retaliate against his trade partners without fear of WTO oversight. It also mea

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Wants to Spoil the Megamerger Party
The U.S. presidential candidate's bill to rein in dealmaking is probably too stringent, but outdated antitrust laws aren't working either.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

For Aston Martin, 2020 Is No Time to Die
A mooted takeover bid suggests a new lease on life for the long-struggling sports-car maker.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Congressman accuses Fort Meade housing contractor of retaliating against military families
Rep. Anthony Brown says Corvias retaliated against military families trying to leave substandard military housing.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

How Japan Wants to Streamline Tokyo Stock Exchange
A Japanese plan to reform the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) is finally taking shape. The makeover may include paring the number of the TSE's markets, guideline on market capitalization requirements, and what the benchmark index will include. While many market participants have clamored for years for change, some worry about the negative repercussions a reshuffle could have on listed companies and investors, at least initially. Currently, there isn't a clear timetable when the restructuring will tak

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Adam Neumann's billion-dollar exit package from WeWork is a lesson in giving founders too much control
Despite its stunning collapse, the company's unorthodox and charismatic founder and former CEO, Adam Neumann, could still walk away with up to $1.2 billion.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Alzheimer's Disease
Humans are getting better at delaying death. Globally, people on average live to 72, more than five years longer than in 2000. What we haven't yet figured out is how to beat one of the worst afflictions of aging: Alzheimer's disease. The brain-shrinking progressive illness has emerged as one of the planet's biggest public health challenges. More than a century after the tell-tale signs of Alzheimer's were first seen under a microscope, a few drugs treat the disease's symptoms, but there are stil

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Biogen Has More Hope Than Data for Alzheimer's Drug
The evidence that its treatment works is more confusing than convincing.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Boeing is the business turkey of 2019 for its short cuts and safety lapses
The two crashes involving Boeing's 738 Max killed more than 300 and created chaos in the skies

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Oracle allegedly underpaid women and minorities by $400 million. Now the details are set to come out in court.
The Labor Department is bringing one of the largest federal anti-discrimination cases to go before a judge.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Public housing complex in D.C.'s Navy Yard re-emerges as a mixed-income, mixed-use development
TOWN SQUARE | The Harlow includes a variety of amenities for residents such as a rooftop pool and grilling area as well as an indoor lounge with a kitchen, dining room and gaming area.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Sage Shareholders Face Classic Biotech Investor Dilemma
What should they do when a key drug fails an important trial?

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Singapore Keeps Building Until the Buyers Come
New housing is coming online despite stiff duties biting into purchases. Will foreigners be welcome to buy?

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

The bumpy road to building your home
Constructing a residence can be a smart way to bypass the challenges of tight inventories with existing dwellings. But it also can be a grueling process.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Mark Zuckerberg Isn't Always a Colorless Automaton
Away from the public spotlight, Facebook's CEO is astute about the internet and his company's strategy.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear natural hairstyles at work
It's still legal in most states to ban natural hair styles like braids or dreadlocks. But several state legislators -- and a coalition of civil rights groups -- are trying to change that

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

In overworked Japan, Microsoft tested a four-day workweek. Productivity soared 40 percent.
It is the latest example of a growing global movement to experiment with the concept of a four-day workweek.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

In tight housing market, one option is contracting to build one for you
Experts advise those embarking on new home construction to be fully aware of the complications and challenges of the process — and to have strategies to overcome them.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Last year's YouTube ‘Rewind' was the most disliked video in the site's history. This year they put PewDiePie in it.
YouTube abandoned its cameo-filled approach to "Rewind" and got out of the way instead.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Uber discloses 3,000 reports of sexual assault on U.S. rides last year in its long-awaited safety study
The company had said it would examine 21 different categories of misconduct, in a pledge to be more transparent about the prevalence of the issue on the app.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

TikTok leader schedules Washington trip to meet with lawmakers as investigations loom
The wildly popular app's chief is expected to visit Capitol Hill, sources say, as TikTok tries to convince lawmakers the Chinese-owned company is not a risk to Americans' privacy, national security or freedom of speech.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Walmart and Buy Buy Baby join Amazon and eBay in ending sales of inclined sleepers linked to infant deaths
The announcement comes after millions of inclined sleepers were recalled for safety concerns and dozens of infant deaths were linked to the products.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

The one surprising thing the Trump administration got right on health care
Letting patients in on the true cost of MRIs, hip replacements and other procedures has been shown to bring down costs — which is why hospitals and insurance companies have sworn to fight it.

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

Why China's Putting All Its Oil Pipes in One Company
Chinese President Xi Jinping has a plan to help meet the country's growing energy needs and clear its dirty air: Spin off the tens of thousands of miles of pipelines held by three state-owned oil and gas giants and merge them into one new company. The resulting firm -- informally known now as National Oil & Gas Pipeline Co. -- would aim to attract private investors to help expand the $70 billion network and diversify energy supply. Such an overhaul would radically reshape China's energy sect

Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2019

What Is Election Hacking, and Can It Change Who Wins?
Americans have relied on computers to tally votes since at least 1964, when two Georgia counties used them to count punch-card ballots in a primary election. Over time, high-tech election systems largely supplanted paper ballots and gear-and-lever machinary, a trend hastened by the contested 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. (Remember hanging chads?) But ever-greater reliance on digital voter registration, electronic voting and computerized tabulation have created th

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Wedding vendors romanticize slave plantations. The Knot and Pinterest will no longer promote them.
"Weddings should be a symbol of love and unity. Plantations represent none of those things," a Pinterest spokesman said.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

United CEO Oscar Munoz, who guided airline through turbulent times, will step down in May
Munoz's four-year tenure spanned a rocky period for United.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

There's big business in health supplements — for your pets
RestoraPet CEO Brian Larsen expects his Maryland-based company to gross more than $2 million this year.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Mortgage rates settle after an up-and-down week
The 30-year fixed-rate average held steady at 3.68 percent.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

My son got fired for contacting a customer online
A customer service professional was asked to resign after violating company policy by following up with an injured customer on LinkedIn. How should he handle his mistake in interviews for a new job?

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Oracle allegedly underpaid women and minorities by $400 million. The details are set to come out in court.
The Department of Labor is bringing one of the largest federal anti-discrimination cases before a judge.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Boomers have outgrown real Christmas trees
Harvests extend their long decline as Americans increasingly opt for the convenience of artificial trees.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Amazon and eBay to stop selling inclined sleepers linked to infant deaths
The announcement comes after millions of inclined sleepers were recalled for safety concerns and dozens of infant deaths were linked to the products.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Administrative assistant jobs helped propel many women into the middle class. Now they're disappearing.
As office support jobs go away, many women without college degrees find it hard to get another job paying over $15 an hour. Their plight has received far less attention on the 2020 campaign trail than factory workers'.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Got family and friends in debt? Here's the best gift you can give them.
Here's just the right present for someone in debt.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Gilead delayed safer HIV drug to extend monopoly profits, advocates allege
The drug company's request for a three-year patent extension faces challenge.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2019

Lawmakers to introduce first federal bills to ban race-based hair discrimination
A bill to prohibit discrimination for natural hair styles -- this time at the federal level -- is raising awareness about implicit and explicit bias

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

My adult child built a good credit score in 3 months. Here's how she did it.
If you plan it right, you can help your children build good credit profiles just in time to qualify for a loan or lease starting out as young adults without needing a co-signer.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Amazon cloud boss chides Pentagon for awarding Microsoft lucrative deal
The Defense Department's decision on its $10 billion cloud-computing contract "was not adjudicated fairly" because of "significant political interference," argued Amazon Web Services chief executive Andy Jassy at Amazon's annual conference.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

As storms stymie potato producers, shortages and price hikes could follow
Frosts stunted potato growth in some regions, yielding smaller spuds overall, while snow and rain forced farmers to abandon some crops in the field. Meanwhile, french fry demand continues unabated.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Biden releases $3.2 trillion tax plan
The plan, first reported by Bloomberg News, highlights the fissures in the Democratic primary by stopping short of many more-aggressive tax measures pitched by Sens. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

‘Parasite' has already disrupted the film industry. Will it disrupt the Oscars too?
How a Korean-language movie is bucking the odds.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

My adult child built a good credit score in just three months. Here's how she did it.
You can help your adult kids with just a few steps.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Biden releases $3.2 trillion tax plan, highlighting divisions with Sanders and Warren
The vice president backed off a plan, pitched by some of his advisers, to levy higher taxes on Wall Street.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

The Technology 202: Sundar Pichai is now officially Alphabet's CEO
But he's already been playing the part for more than a year in Washington

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

The conditions under which you can defer taxes on the sale of a rental property
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | You must figure out your cost basis: what you spent to buy the house, what you spent on things the IRS would consider to be part of the house, and the costs of selling it. Subtract these figures from sale price to figure out if you have made or lost money.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Wait Until Donald Trump Hears About the Carbon Border Tax
The climate crisis and trade conflicts are two of the world's biggest challenges and they might be about to collide in the EU's green deal.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Will Judges Have the Last Word on Climate Change?
In the fight against climate change, one tool is proving increasingly popular: litigation. From the U.S. to India, activists, governments and concerned citizens are suing at a breakneck pace. Supporters want the courts to force oil companies, energy users and governments to pay for past harms and avert future threats. Opponents say climate change policy is a matter for national governments and international treaties, not a handful of judges.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

As storms wreak havoc on potato harvest, shortages and price hikes could follow
The demand for potatoes continues to rise as domestic supply is hit with weather-related challenges.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Near Leesburg's downtown, an older neighborhood with a live-and-let-live spirit
WHERE WE LIVE | Leesburg Country Club residents like their old trees and lack of a homeowners association.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Seeking unlimited golf and river views? Williamsburg, Va., resort available for $1 million a year rent.
TOWN SQUARE | The rental package also comes with the use of two SUVs and two golf carts for the entire year, a private chef on weekdays, a $50,000-per-person food and beverage credit at Kingsmill Resort, weekly housekeeping, unlimited golf on the River Course and unlimited access to the resort's fitness center and swimming pools.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Sports Betting
One of the main objections to legalizing sports betting used to be that it would tempt players and officials to rig games. But that's become something of a moot point following an explosion of illegal sports gambling via online bookmakers. In fact, many sports bodies and law enforcement agencies now argue that the best way to combat match-fixing is to bring sports betting out of the shadows. Whatever the risks, the potential tax windfall from legalization may be too alluring to pass up for many

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Is This the End of the Road for Uber in London?
For the second time in two years, London has put a roadblock in front of Uber Technologies Inc. The capital's transit regulator has denied the ride-hailing service a new license to operate in the city, citing concerns over rider safety and the security of the app. Uber managed to get out of a similar scrape last time, but will it do so again?

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Behind South America's Year of Rage, Years of Woe
One South American nation after another has seen an explosion of anti-government rage in recent months. Five years of weak economic growth is stoking dissent, as is a widespread belief that the costs of adjustment aren't being fairly shared between rich and poor. In Argentina, which had an election to serve as a safety valve, incumbents were voted out. In Bolivia, a contested election unleashed massive protests. Elsewhere, in the Andean nations of Colombia, Chile and Ecuador people have taken to

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Wait Until Donald Trump Hears About Europe's Carbon Tax
The climate crisis and trade conflicts are two of the world's biggest challenges and they might be about to collide.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Climate-Friendly Banking Might Be a Risky Thing
The European Union's attempt to encourage green loans to business is noble, but there's a danger of stoking the return of excessive leverage.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2019

Gene Therapies Get a $3 Billion Vote of Confidence
Japanese drugmaker Astellas is stretching to buy a Bay Area developer of promising treatments, but the deal may be worth it.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Alphabet Answers a CEO Question But Raises New Ones
Is Sundar Pichai ready for the tech hot seat? Does the company's structure still work?

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Google co-founders cede control of parent company Alphabet to Sundar Pichai
Marking a major shift for one of the world's most valuable companies, Pichai, the current CEO of Google, is being elevated to the top job at Alphabet, the holding firm overseeing the search giant and other well-known brands.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Google co-founder Larry Page cedes control of parent company Alphabet to Sundar Pichai
Marking a major shift for one of the world's most valuable companies, Pichai, the current CEO of Google, is being elevated to the top job at Alphabet, the holding firm overseeing the search giant and other well-known brands.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Analysis: Trump stuns Wall Street, foreign capitals with new trade fights
The consequences could reach well beyond the metals trade between the United States and its erstwhile South American economic allies and higher prices on French wine and makeup.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Lawmakers press Pentagon on oversight of ‘slumlord' housing contractors
The hearing was the latest congressional shakeout over its oversight of private military housing contracts.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

State lawmakers acknowledge lobbyists helped craft their op-eds attacking Medicare-for-all
Records provided to The Washington Post show a lobbyist made extensive revisions to state lawmakers' columns attacking single-payer.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

The Case for QE in India Is Getting Stronger
Rate cuts have lost their firepower. It's time to consider unconventional measures.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

Trump says trade deal with China could wait until after 2020 election; Dow plunges 400 points
The president, speaking at the NATO 70th anniversary summit in London, said he was under no deadline to reach a compromise.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

This Peloton ad is a dystopian fitness inspo hellscape
To some, the young mother looked like a hostage. To others, she bore a striking resemblance to the possessed character who delivers the titular line in the horror movie "Get Out."

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2019

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 steps 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.

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