The Washington Post : business
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New Rules of Retirement  10h00 15 mai
By Washington Post Staff
For many Americans, the coronavirus economy has blown up plans for a next chapter after full-time work.
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The end of life as we know it? Get real.  10h00 28 mai
By Steven Pearlstein
After the coronavirus pandemic, we will still fly, shop in stores and go to concerts. It s other things that will change.
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Wearable tech can spot coronavirus symptoms before you even realize you re sick  12h00 28 mai
By Geoffrey Fowler
Researchers say the constant stream of data from Oura rings, Fitbits and Apple Watches could eventually be used as a coronavirus early-warning system.
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In the coronavirus environment, workplace retirement celebrations are another casualty  11h00 28 mai
By Karla Miller
Acknowledging laid-off colleagues, honoring retirees, and leaving a job while on furlough: How to handle departures during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley  08h14 30 mai
By Washington Post Staff
A SpaceX rocket carrying NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley launched to the International Space Station on Saturday.
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Racial inequality in Minneapolis is among the worst in the nation  14h04 30 mai
By Christopher Ingraham
Despite being known for its high standards of living, the economic gulf between black and white families is higher in the Minnesota city than nearly anywhere else in America.
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U.S. stocks post second straight month of gains after bumpy session  10h07 29 mai
By Thomas Heath
Investors breathe a sigh of relief after President Trump took aim at China without upending their trade deal.
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Trump says U.S. to withdraw from World Health Organization and announces new broadsides against Beijing   09h54 29 mai
By David Lynch and Emily Rauhala
JAMA study shows spike on hydroxychloroquine prescriptions as pandemic struck. The spike quickly dropped but overall there were almost a half million extra prescriptions in 10 weeks.
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Trump-fueled promotion of unproved coronavirus drug generated spike in prescriptions, study finds  07h51 29 mai
By Dan Keating and Adrián Blanco
Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) has proposed paying people who return to work this summer an extra 450 a week. Trump likes the idea, but heavy debate remains about how much aid to give million of Americans who cant find a job.
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White House, Congress discuss return to work bonus of 450 a week  15h11 29 mai
By Heather Long, Jeff Stein and Josh Dawsey
Millions of taxpayers are getting their stimulus payment on a debit card. But many think its a scam or junk mail.
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People are mistaking stimulus payments for junk mail or a scam  10h08 28 mai
By Michelle Singletary
GOP lawmakers and regulators contend the agency s approach gives it flexibility in a fast-changing environment.
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Democrat accuses OSHA of being invisible while infections rise among essential workers   08h22 28 mai
By Taylor Telford
The funding is meant to address concerns that not enough federal stimulus funding is reaching minority-owned businesses and other underserved communities.
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SBA to wall off 10 billion for community development organizations  15h18 28 mai
By Aaron Gregg
Low rates have caused mortgage applications to rebound strongly lately.
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Mortgage rates hit all-time lows  14h35 28 mai
By Kathy Orton
The president s aides will not publish updated economic data this summer, citing volatility in the U.S. economy.
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Breaking precedent, White House won t release formal economic projections this summer that would forecast extent of downturn  14h05 28 mai
By Jeff Stein and Josh Dawsey
More Americans are competing against each other to snag a shrinking number of jobs managing offices, entering data and handling other responsibilities from home, offering early clues about a labor market crunch that threatens to intensify entering the summer.