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Businesses and universities team up on a new digital technology credential

George Mason University is among the first schools with a program employers hope to expand in the D.C. region and beyond.

Maryland’s small colleges saw the future, and it was bleak. Now, they’re selling liberal arts with a twist.

Attempting to adapt, liberal arts schools across the state are taking measures such as adjusting curriculums, adding courses and cutting tuition.

Ethiopian Airlines pushes back on criticism, says pilots followed emergency procedures before March crash

Airline officials said FAA chief Daniel Elwell’s attempt this week to place some of the responsibility for a deadly March crash on their pilots’ actions was an attempt to “divert public attention” from problems with the flight control system on Boeing’s 737 Max jets.

Mnuchin rejects Democrats’ subpoena for President Trump’s tax returns

The decision sets the stage for a court battle over the documents.

Trump did something unusual on the trade front: He removed a tariff

U.S. reaches deal with Canada, Mexico to lift steel, aluminum tariffs, clearing key obstacle to passage of Trump’s USMCA trade agreement.

There are no words for Uber’s latest perk

The company's new "quiet mode" has some people speechless.

Your dog’s puffy vest is about to get more expensive — along with thousands of other items hit by new tariffs

“We’re going to have to raise prices”: Small-business owners worry that tariffs will wipe them out

Uber rang in its IPO with champagne and mimosas. Then the hangover began.

Uber's IPO celebrations were boozed-filled benders that and occasionally got out of control, hearkening back to the company's culture under ousted CEO Travis Kalanick.

Tesla Model 3 Autopilot was active before deadly collision, federal investigators say

The collision was at least the third fatal crash in the U.S. involving Tesla's driver-assistance system.

Amazon is the third superpower heightening the drama of the U.S.-China trade war

Small and mid-sized firms — which buy from China and sell to big retailers — are absorbing the cost of the tariffs.