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The President passes, then fails this test
Because why bother scrolling through stock photos when you can just use Bitmoji?
The United States of Arms; secretive pay culture; health insurance hustle; Brexit as neoliberal economics; and more.
Of flywheels, forecasts, and the tradeoff between quality and quantity
How the Beeb lost the Brexit plot; $2.1 bln bombers; unicorns and Cheshire Cats; AgTech; and much more.
The document is significant and welcome, even though it fails four immediate tests
With instability in the streets, a revolution and regime change have become possible
Rising inflation and lower growth pose new problems for monetary policy
How would a wave of “fallen angel” downgrades affect the high-yield bond market?
But they matter anyway, and could be hurting performance in risk markets, says Citi's Matt King.
Chequers and its aftermath show it is time to end plays to the domestic audience
Brexit bulldog out; local Twitter; making and unmaking the economy; going to Graceland; and more.
Domestic demand slowed in May, but easier fiscal and monetary policy can prevent a recession
America sees your World Cup and raises with a game called Overwatch
A long-distance grid could link large-scale solar plants to the rest of Europe
Despite the pessimistic narrative, US and China activity data remain strong for now
We'll take old-fashioned robber barons over techno-feudalists any day.
The line between $0 of available dividends and $700m is not as clear as one might think.
Protectionist measures are negligible so far but markets are now focusing on escalation
US shale oil production is set to have a dramatic effect on the global market
“I am more difficult to kill than anyone can possibly imagine”
A look at how how Walmart's SMR interacts with its make-whole call
And shows one consequence of dual-class share structures
The world learns the word 'schadenfreude'
Living every week like it's infrastructure week