Jacob Bogage, Washington Post

Jacob Bogage

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • Daily Herald
  • Columbia Missourian

Recent articles by Jacob:

Sur La Table files for bankruptcy, will close dozens of stores

The Seattle-based kitchenware company popular for its in-store cooking classes is looking for new owner. → Read More

Under fire from Trump, Postal Service braces for arrival of new postmaster general allied with White House

Louis DeJoy — a top Republican fundraiser and Trump donor — has been selected to run the beleaguered agency the president has long agitated to change. → Read More

Top Republican fundraiser and Trump ally named postmaster general, giving president new influence over Postal Service

Trump wants to pressure the Postal Service to raise prices on Amazon and other online retailers → Read More

U.S. and global markets slide as tensions rise with China

Trump is considering new tariffs against Beijing as coronavirus infections increase. → Read More

The Postal Service needs a bailout. Congress is partly to blame.

A drop in mail volume hurts, but not as much as the $160 billion in debt the USPS carries. → Read More

White House rejects bailout for U.S. Postal Service battered by coronavirus

USPS is projected to lose $2 billion a month through the coronavirus recession. → Read More

An unlikely side effect of coronavirus: A national surplus of chicken wings

With the NCAA basketball tournament canceled, millions of pounds of wings may go uneaten. → Read More

Coronavirus unemployment guide: What to do if you get laid off or furloughed

Here are eight questions to consider if you find yourself among the hundreds of thousands of Americans without a job. → Read More

Dow caps worst first quarter of its 135-year history with a 400-point slide

The Dow gave back early gains as markets remained bumpy. → Read More

Gannett will furlough workers at more than 100 newspapers over next three months

Gannett was purchased by Gatehouse Media for $1.1 billion in November. → Read More

Things must be bad. Waffle Houses are closing.

The "Waffle House Index" is red, and for the first time it's not because of a weather. → Read More

Ford, 3M and GE team up to make ventilators and respirators, but process could take months

One industry executive likened the partnership to "bringing in the cavalry." → Read More

CVS to hire 50,000 workers, pay out bonuses as pandemic boosts demand

The pharmacy giant will give "front line" workers one-time payments of $150 to $500. → Read More

Uber rides are down 70 percent in some markets amid coronavirus pandemic

The ride-hailing company rushed to assure investors Thursday it will be able to withstand the crisis. → Read More

Patriots fans are mourning Tom Brady’s departure. The rest of the NFL is celebrating.

NFL players and fans react to Brady's announcement that he's leaving the Patriots after 20 seasons. → Read More

Sports cancellations leave one group of fans particularly deflated: Vasectomy patients

The coronavirus outbreak has left vasectomy patients without live sports to binge on as they recover. → Read More

For sports fans, coronavirus cancellations are unprecedented and deflating

North American sports screeched to a halt over concerns about the virus, and sports fans faced shuttered doors and an empty calendar. → Read More

LeBron James backtracks on refusal to play in empty NBA arenas over coronavirus

LeBron James originally said he wouldn't play if fans weren't allowed into arenas. → Read More

Reddit moderators are banning the Athletic content over copyright concerns

Subreddit moderators are banning articles from the Athletic. → Read More

Their governor called them ‘a bunch of thugs,’ and a high school basketball rivalry ignited

A West Virginia high school basketball rivalry simmers with Gov. Jim Justice in the middle. → Read More