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In a surprise sale, Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, is aquiring The Washington Post for $250 million, ending eight decades of local ownership by the family of Washington Post Company Chairman and CEO Donald Graham.

CEOs doing the ice bucket challenge

If you’re a tech leader, chances are you’ve dumped ice water on your head this week.

The richest per state are more Republican, but what about the richest Americans overall?

We told you about the political activities of the richest person in each state. Now we take a look at the wealthiest Americans overall.

Washington Post reporter arrested in Ferguson

Two reporters were detained on Wednesday night in Ferguson, Mo.

Epilogue: Summer nostalgia

What are you revisiting in the summer heat? Plus, Vince Vaughn and Elisabeth Olson may be joining ‘True Detective.’

Digiday: One year in — 10 ways The Washington Post has changed under Jeff Bezos

Lucia Moses looks at The Post’s latest initiatives.

Civil War drama ‘Point of Honor’ pilot to film in Virginia

The pilot episode of Civil War drama “Point of Honor” is slated to start filming in central Virginia, Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Monday.

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Seeking redemption in 2016, Rick Perry finds power in immigration standoff

Texas governor finds power in immigration crisis and hopes for a second chance from Republicans

Amazon launches a Netflix-style subscription service for books

Will Kindle Unlimited hurt publishers? Or help them?

uberFamily launches in D.C.

Uber is targeting the family market with a service that provides vehicles with child safety seats.

 

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