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Wisconsin offered Foxconn more than Virginia and New York did for Amazon
The bundle of financial incentives Wisconsin offered to lure the Taiwanese technology giant’s first major U.S. plant is larger than what New York, Virginia and Tennessee collectively pledged to Amazon.com for far more jobs, a comparison of the two development projects shows.
The Washington Post United States Published: 16/11/18
Walmart reports strong earnings, e-commerce gains; J.C. Penney falls short
The holiday season is shaping up to be fiercely competitive as stores fight for markets vacated by fallen icons, such as Toys R Us and Sears, and compete with online heavyweight Amazon.
The Washington Post United States Published: 16/11/18
The good and bad of the steep drop in oil prices
It bodes well for consumers, but some experts worry that it signals trouble in the broader economy.
The Washington Post United States Published: 15/11/18
What turns hobby into business
A study sheds light on the early stages of entrepreneurship, and analyzes the social and economic forces that cause someone to flip the switch from “fun” to “profit.”
The Washington Post United States Published: 15/11/18
Amazon picks Northern Va., NYC for its additional headquarters
The company has chosen Arlington, Va., and Queens, N.Y., both of which boast highly educated workforces and deep talent pools, according to people with knowledge of the decision.
The Washington Post United States Published: 13/11/18
1 million Americans live in RVs. Meet the ‘modern nomads.’
Many say that this lifestyle has improved their marriages and made them much happier.
The Washington Post United States Published: 13/11/18
China’s annual shopping frenzy shatters records again
Online shoppers in China have shattered last year’s record by racking up $30.8 billion in sales on the country’s annual buying-frenzy Sunday, as the tradition marked its 10th year
The Washington Post United States Published: 12/11/18
Pabst says MillerCoors is trying to put it out of business
Pabst Brewing Company and MillerCoors head to trial on Monday to settle a contract dispute in which hipster favorite Pabst accuses the brewing giant of trying to undermine it by breaking a contract to make their products
The Washington Post United States Published: 12/11/18
Arkansas could soon have highest effective minimum wage in U.S.
The conservative state will be a test case over whether a higher minimum wage results in job losses. Business leaders are divided about what they think will happen.
The Washington Post United States Published: 09/11/18
Federal judge blocks Keystone XL pipeline, dealing a major blow to Trump
President Trump had scorned the Obama administration for failing to move ahead with the 1,200-mile project. He signed an executive order two days into his presidency, saying the move showed how he would overcome environmental roadblocks to spur job and infrastructure development in the United States.
The Washington Post United States Published: 09/11/18

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