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Howard Schneider covers international economics at the Post. He has been at the paper for 20 years in a variety of reporting and editing roles, and served abroad as bureau chief in Jerusalem, Cairo and Toronto.
The probe is meant to ensure that “divergent views” about the state of large banks are adequately aired.
Workers in one California town have become collateral damage in the push for globalization.
After losing companies and jobs, Fremont, Calif., looks to create new opportunities and hopes.
Dance combines a night out with a little exercise.
The best local martial-arts schools aren’t just schools of hard knocks.
Critics argue that tougher trade rules will keep prices too high for the poorest nations.
Business groups begin quiet lobby on Russia sanctions to avoid footing the bill on their own.
RadioShack parodied itself in a Super Bowl ad, but now comes a reckoning as 1,100 stores to close.
Conflict could hurt the Russian economy, but could be a chance to fix problems with Ukraine.