WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - A former CIA officer was convicted in federal court in Virginia on Monday of leaking classified information to a New York Times reporter about a failed U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear weapons program, the Washington Post reported.
WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will propose protecting 1.4 million acres (556,000 hectares) of Arctic refuge from oil and gas drilling, The Washington Post reported on Sunday.
spend those savings on discretionary items, in turn fueling consumption and fast economic growth. A recent article in The Washington Post indicated that Americans might pocket a $230 billion windfall if oil prices stay low compared with June. Your first share
Hi, I wonder how many other Universities will be facing this problem? Title of this article in The Washington Post blog "Harvard professors are angry that their amazing health insurance is getting slightly less generous." http://www
Dec 31 (Reuters) - Potential U.S. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has resigned from all of his corporate and non-profit board member positions, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday, as the former Florida governor explores a run for the White House.
emphasized that GHC plans to hold onto its attractive and sustainable businesses. Management explained that the sale of the Washington Post to Jeff Bezos was due to the newspaper’s troubled prospects, and the fact that Bezos could afford to invest much more
classified as a 'trade of equal value'... something Berkshire has done recently in trading shares of PSX and GHC (formerly Washington Post ) for divisions of those companies. (For those students of history, this is also consistent with a deal Mr. Buffett
optimal regulation of specific industries.” In one example of the practical implications of Tirole’s research, the Washington Post cited the defense industry as an oligopoly where it is difficult for the government to distinguish fair pricing from gouging
polls. But the difference is that lawmakers don’t seem to care, at least not enough to turn themselves around. A Washington Post /ABC News poll reported in mid-September that only 15% approve of how Congress is doing its job and only 23% say they
I extracted the subject from a short Washington Post article; LINK . Ray