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The ‘three-stage life’ poses new challenges to us all

The ‘three-stage life’ poses new challenges to us all

‘For most of history, chronological age mattered so little that the song “Happy Birthday” was barely known until 1934’

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U.S. Government Report Warns of Economic Losses From Climate Change

U.S. Government Report Warns of Economic Losses From Climate Change

The impact of global climate change could cause U.S. economic losses totaling hundreds of billions of dollars per year by the end of the century, says a new U.S. government report.

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Engine Trouble: Chinese Airline Mishaps Put Spotlight on Pilots

Engine Trouble: Chinese Airline Mishaps Put Spotlight on Pilots

Chinese airlines were buffeted this summer by a series of cockpit blunders that put passengers’ lives at risk, pointing to what foreign pilots say are serious flaws in training as China’s booming aviation industry struggles to meet demand for flight crews.

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‘All Our Lives They Wanted to Ruin Us.’ For Decades, Myanmar Sought to Drive Out Rohingya

‘All Our Lives They Wanted to Ruin Us.’ For Decades, Myanmar Sought to Drive Out Rohingya

Investigators say years of attacks on the ethnic minority amount to genocide. One man’s family shows the scars of government policy through the generations.

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Facebook and the Founder’s Dilemma

Facebook and the Founder’s Dilemma

Mark Zuckerberg has held on as CEO of the company he created, but how long should he stay? Few companies have the right answer.

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A Family Feud Threatens Campbell’s Dynasty

A Family Feud Threatens Campbell’s Dynasty

An activist hedge fund seeks to oust five soup company directors and install its own, in a tug of war for control among warring heirs who were once allies.

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Books of the Year 2018

Books of the Year 2018

FT writers and guests select their top titles, from Sally Rooney to Michael Wolff — with new tech, wellness and thriller sections joining our biggest ever end-of-year round-up

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Iranian oil web sparks tensions between Washington and Moscow

Iranian oil web sparks tensions between Washington and Moscow

Arrangement shows efforts by Russia to help ship oil and cash to the Syrian regime

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France urged to return museum artefacts to Africa

France urged to return museum artefacts to Africa

Macron-commissioned report calls for restitution of works taken during colonialism

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Trump Faults Treasury Secretary Over Fed Pick

Trump Faults Treasury Secretary Over Fed Pick

President Trump is expressing dissatisfaction with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, blaming him for the appointment of a Fed chairman who has been raising interest rates, a move Mr. Trump worries will jeopardize economic gains ahead of 2020, people familiar with the matter said.

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‘All Our Lives They Wanted to Ruin Us.’ For Decades, Myanmar Sought to Drive Out Rohingya

‘All Our Lives They Wanted to Ruin Us.’ For Decades, Myanmar Sought to Drive Out Rohingya

Investigators say years of attacks on the ethnic minority amount to genocide. One man’s family shows the scars of government policy through the generations.

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The Plymouth Colony and the Business Case for Gratitude

The Plymouth Colony and the Business Case for Gratitude

Beneath the trappings of food, family and often-forgettable football games, Thanksgiving is really a management story, a case study in how extraordinary leaders build happy, productive teams.

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Saudis Mull Quiet Cuts to OPEC Production

Saudis Mull Quiet Cuts to OPEC Production

Saudi Arabia and OPEC are inching toward a compromise between pleasing the U.S. with policies that won’t lead to price spikes and throttling back the flow of its oil to rebalance oversupplied global markets.

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Retail Stores Win Back Shoppers, Not Profits

Retail Stores Win Back Shoppers, Not Profits

Low unemployment and rising wages are giving shoppers an extra reason to make the annual pilgrimage to the mall on Black Friday, but below that cheerful veneer, chains from Walmart to Macy’s are struggling with rising costs as more shopping shifts online.

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Facebook and the Founder’s Dilemma

Facebook and the Founder’s Dilemma

Mark Zuckerberg has held on as CEO of the company he created, but how long should he stay? Few companies have the right answer.

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