Daniel Pudles
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Gawker too libertarian for Silicon Valley

Technology entrepreneurs’ enthusiasm for rule-breaking runs out at exactly the point when they suffer

As China slows, investors look elsewhere

Emerging markets are flattered by the view that they are the least bad option, writes James Kynge

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©James Ferguson

Negative rates are not that dramatic

Division among central bankers reflects errors that have distorted debate, writes Adam Posen

Workplace culture alienates women

We need real changes in how meetings and networking are conducted, writes Barbara Stocking

Labour MPs bereft of ways to oust Corbyn

The Co-operative alliance will not bring salvation for the party’s moderates, writes Sebastian Payne

Brexit costs will be felt soon enough

Britons will get poorer through prices rising more than wages, writes Rupert Pennant-Rea

Transatlantic transference

Americans project their national angst on Denmark, but miss a trick or two

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The influence of a war photograph

Notebook: What Omran Daqneesh’s family needs is a Syrian ceasefire

The data revolution shifts insurers’ risk

Markets do not work well when there are ‘asymmetries of information’, writes Diane Coyle

Maersk must find way back to sales growth

Danish conglomerate may break up to weather ‘perfect storm’

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