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Kate Davidson

Latest Stories from Kate (134)

The new common ground for Congress: trade

by Kate Davidson Nov 5, 2014
More on the two major trade deals being negotiated by the Obama Administration.

Crude oil gets cheaper...again

by Kate Davidson Nov 4, 2014
Why the world’s largest oil exporter cut prices for crude oil sold to the U.S.

The biggest smartphone maker you've never heard of

by Kate Davidson Oct 30, 2014
Xiaomi is outselling Samsung and Apple in China.

In-flight entertainment's future may be on your tablet

by Kate Davidson Oct 30, 2014
BYOD: Bring your own device.

Rocket explosion puts focus on private sector's role in space

by Kate Davidson Oct 29, 2014
Companies like Orbital Sciences and SpaceX ferry cargo to the International Space Station for NASA. Many are wondering about the scale of this business.

Fed set to end its bond buying

by Kate Davidson Oct 28, 2014
But it will still keep its foot on the gas.

In Botswana, all eyes are on the election

by Kate Davidson Oct 24, 2014
The victor must diversify the diamond-rich economy to ensure continued growth.

Why a travel ban is so tough to pull off

by Kate Davidson Oct 17, 2014
Calls for banning travel from West African nations hit by Ebola grew louder.

A push to hire the long-term unemployed

by Kate Davidson Oct 16, 2014
One company’s approach: Forget resumes. Turn to videos.

Why water conservation doesn't mean lower water rates

by Kate Davidson Oct 8, 2014
Water and sewer utilities raise rates to meet infrastructure costs.