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The handbag maker is paying $2.1 billion for the high-end fashion company. Donatella Versace, who has headed her family's namesake company since her brother was murdered in 1997, will continue to run the brand.
Unless another company successfully protests the award, Boeing's Arlington-based defense division will be responsible for replacing the Air Force's aging fleet of UH-1N Huey helicopters.
A key update in Google’s search revamp uses artificial intelligence to help customers shop for products online using images rather than text.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai agreed to participate in the unscheduled hearing in response to a request from House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), who like other Republicans has accused Google of silencing right-leaning news, views and users.
The hourly raises come as Amazon faces continued scrutiny over the treatment and pay of its workers, particularly in its more than 100 U.S. fulfillment centers with 200,000 employees.
The move would double the value of goods subjected to tariffs in the U.S.
The handbag maker pays $2.1 billion for the high-end fashion company. Donatella Versace, who has headed her family's namesake company since her brother was murdered in 1997, will continue to run the brand.
Yes, John Hancock and other life insurance companies are primarily interested in saving money. But research shows you could benefit too.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai agreed to participate in the unscheduled hearing in response to a request from House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), who like other Republicans has said Google silences right-leaning news, views and users.
Unless another company successfully protests the award, Boeing's Arlington-based defense division will be responsible for replacing the Air Force's aging fleet of UH-1N Huey helicopters.
"Life Itself," from the creator of "This Is Us," seemed to have everything going for it. So what happened?
How much should AT&T and Verizon pay to put up 5G cell sites? A proposed FCC rule could set new limits.
Eddie Lampert’s latest attempts may provide a short-term life line, but analysts said that it is not a sustainable plan for a company that has failed to reinvent itself for an era of online shopping.
A new survey finds women tend to score better on a list of leadership traits. Despite these votes of confidence in their qualities, women increasingly doubt voters are ready to elect them.
The injuries may reflect a fraction of Salt Lake City’s injured riders, doctors say.
A Chicago company scrambles to move manufacturing out of China, eyes possible price hikes and job cuts.
Fears about the situation at Duke’s L.V. Sutton power plant near Wilmington have been growing since before Hurricane Florence made landfall.
The $40 billion buy will make Comcast, which owns NBC and Universal Pictures, the world’s largest pay-TV operator with about 52 million customers.
Brad Wheedleton got a bright idea when he saw the long line for buying collectibles at Nationals Park.
Officials reportedly had planned to send a high-ranking official and a delegation to Washington.
Yes, the iPhone XS is the best iPhone ever. But if you wait a month, you could save $250.
Amazon.com unveiled some 70 new devices and capabilities for its Alexa product line at its Seattle headquarters Thursday. Like a rebooted Sharper Image catalogue, Amazon is adding its talking artificial intelligence to a microwave, a wall clock, a wall plug, cars and more.
Investors believe aging bull market has room to run.
If you’re low-income, having bad or no credit can make you even more financially unstable, according to new research by the Urban Institute.
Vera Jourova said that she received an "influx of hatred" on the popular platform.
You may not be withholding enough taxes.
Whatever its timing, or its cause, who’s going to solve the crisis when President Trump has poisoned relations with the institutions that helped fix the last one?
Whatever its timing, or its cause, who’s going to solve the crisis when President Trump has poisoned relations with the institutions that helped fix the last one?
Brad Wheedleton got a bright idea when he saw the long line for buying collectibles at Nationals Park.
""They are abandoning people because they are poor."
Yes, John Hancock and other life insurance companies are primarily interested in saving money. But research shows you could benefit too.
Turkey’s problem is not that its government has been spending too much money but rather that its banks have been borrowing too many dollars.
When we reported on a comprehensive new dataset of life expectancy in neighborhoods nationwide, local readers noticed that Maryland has a few neighborhoods where folks are expected to live longer than almost anywhere else in the country. They asked for more details.
A former West Point professor describes what U.S. soldiers, skydiving operators, mountain climbing guides — and probably the Thai cave rescuers — know about "in extremis" leadership.
Barnes & Noble's CEO Demos Parneros was terminated this week for unspecified "violations of the company's policies"
A new study suggests people's willingness to work for employers with a sexual harassment claim was lower than at those with a claim of financial fraud.
Even still, employment lawyers say, they can be fraught with "all kinds of peril."
The appeal of monthly subscription boxes is often convenience. Just make sure the service is truly saving you time and money.
There’s no one rule of thumb for everyone
The way a will is handled can permanently change a family
California's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Navient and two of its subsidiaries, Pioneer and General Revenue Corp., alleging misconduct.
A key update in Google’s search revamp uses artificial intelligence to help customers shop for products online using images rather than text.
The co-founders of the photo-sharing app Instagram, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, have submitted their resignations to Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai agreed to participate in the unscheduled hearing in response to a request from House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), who like other Republicans has said Google silences right-leaning news, views and users.
A former Facebook contractor is suing the company, saying that reviewing thousands of graphic images caused psychological harm.
text Inside Steven Mnuchin’s Manhattan co-op
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 08:00:24 EDT
The treasury secretary is listing the 6,500-square-foot unit for $32.5 million.
BUYING NEW | Hamilton Park in Waldorf combines 170 townhouses with community outdoor spaces including a multipurpose field, gazebo, picnic area and two tot lots.
TOWN SQUARE | Among the nine properties that will be open to the public Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. is architect Mark McInturff’s complex of four dilapidated 1920s cottages that he converted into his own modern home and studio in Bethesda.
TOWN SQUARE | Among the nine properties that will be open to the public Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. is architect Mark McInturff’s complex of four dilapidated 1920s cottages that he converted into his own modern home and studio in Bethesda.
The German giant is a stickler for its profit target, but emissions changes, trade wars and extra warranty costs have all taken a toll. 
The departure of Instagram’s founders is a particularly painful sting during a truly rotten year. 
Mark Zuckerberg wants more ads on the photo-sharing platform, but it might push users away.
Investors have every reason to question GAM’s eight-month delay.
text International (Dis)Order
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 07:11:23 EDT
When Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, called for a new world order in 1988, it seemed that the institutions and agreements built to ensure a more stable, open and economically integrated world after World War II might finally gain universal acceptance. Just a few decades later, what scholars call the liberal, rules-based international order and its underlying norms — including free trade, the inviolability of territorial borders and multilateral dispute settlement — is sho
India has imposed duties on imports of solar equipment from China and Malaysia lasting two years. The aim is to kick-start a domestic industry that’s failed to take off in the face of ever-cheaper imports of solar cells and modules. China accounted for 89 percent of imports in the last financial year. The protectionist move risks setting back India’s climate change commitments by slowing the buildup of renewable energy capacity, even as prices for solar power in the world’s second-most populous
India has imposed duties on imports of solar equipment from China and Malaysia for two years. The aim is to kick-start a domestic industry that’s failed to take off in the face of ever-cheaper imports of solar cells and modules. China accounted for 89 percent of imports in the last financial year. The protectionist move risks setting back India’s climate change commitments by slowing the buildup of renewable energy capacity, even as prices for solar power in the world’s second-most populous nati
It’s probably the most closely scrutinized scatter chart in world financial markets. Every three months since January 2012, the Federal Reserve has sent analysts scurrying by updating its "dot plot," which has become the de facto monetary policy forecast of the U.S. central bank -- whether the Fed wants it to be or not. It’s also an important source of clues to dissent within the Fed’s policy-making committee, even if it can be as cryptic as it is crucial. The big question about the Fed’s next d