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 Small businesses say new tariffs will make it even harder to compete
Small businesses around the country say they are bracing for the latest round of tariffs, which could cut into already-thin profits and leave them with little recourse but to pass on additional costs to consumers beginning this holiday season.
The Washington Post United States Published: 21/09/18
Amazon’s Alexa is coming for your microwave, wall clock and more
The new gadgets announced Thursday by Amazon.com hook into the Internet, take voice commands — and make the online retail giant even more central to home life. Will families see these connected devices as conveniences, new complications — or spies?
The Washington Post United States Published: 21/09/18
Women don’t just face a gender pay gap. They also suffer from a stock options gap.
For every $1 in company equity held by men, women hold 47 cents, according to a study released this week.
The Washington Post United States Published: 20/09/18
Nearly half of cellphone calls will be scams by 2019, report says
An Arkansas-based firm predicts an explosion of spam calls, marking a leap from 3.7 percentage of total calls in 2017 to a projected 44.6 percentage by early 2019.
The Washington Post United States Published: 20/09/18
Senate passes defense and health spending bill, tries to delay border-wall fight to after midterms
The Senate on Tuesday passed a short-term spending bill that would keep the government running through Dec. 7, aiming to avert a government shutdown and put off a fight over funding for President Trump’s border wall until after the midterm elections.
The Washington Post United States Published: 19/09/18
Tesla facing Justice Department investigation over Elon Musk tweets
The electric automaker is also facing a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation and multiple shareholder lawsuits over Musk's tweets last month that he had the “funding secured” to complete a major deal.
The Washington Post United States Published: 19/09/18
Only 10 percent have flood insurance on hard-hit Carolina coast
People without flood insurance will lose their homes or have to try to rebuild on FEMA aid that is often less than $5,000.
The Washington Post United States Published: 18/09/18
Is Canada ‘ripping us off’? Or is it the best U.S. trade partner?
The $4 trillion in goods exchanged last year between the two nations was about evenly divided between imports and exports.
The Washington Post United States Published: 18/09/18
Time Magazine sold to tech billionaire Marc Benioff
Salesforce.com owner Marc Benioff and his wife, Lynne, are buying the magazine for $190 million from Meredith Corp. The sale comes months after Des Moines, Iowa-based Meredith, owner of Family Circle and Better Homes & Gardens, purchased Time Inc. for $2.8 billion.
The Washington Post United States Published: 17/09/18
Defense giants bet big on small satellites
Legacy defense contractors like Boeing, Raytheon and Lockheed Martin are building out new business units focused on the science and technology of so-called "cube-sats" as the Defense Department looks to diversify its space-based assets.
The Washington Post United States Published: 17/09/18

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