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HBO to Talent: You Won’t Get This Much Love at Netflix

HBO to Talent: You Won’t Get This Much Love at Netflix

Time Warner’s HBO is trying to stand apart from rival Netflix in the TV-production arms race, staking a claim as the most-selective platform, launching fewer new shows but booking more profits.

Published 3 days ago

Utility Jobs Shrink as New Power Plants Need Fewer Workers

Utility Jobs Shrink as New Power Plants Need Fewer Workers

As coal and nuclear power plants close due to competitive pressures, the number of people employed in making electricity for the U.S. is shrinking.

Published 3 days ago

Oil Market Conquers Its Fears Over Shale

Oil Market Conquers Its Fears Over Shale

Oil prices have surged more than 50% since the summer—a sign investors are reassessing what was once the biggest risk in the market: U.S. shale.

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Spotify Disrupted the Music World, Now It’s Doing the Same to Wall Street

Spotify Disrupted the Music World, Now It’s Doing the Same to Wall Street

Banks working on Spotify’s unusual public share listing stand to collect a fraction of the fees underwriters typically charge in big IPOs, in a blow to the already beleaguered stock-selling business.

Published 3 days ago

HBO to Talent: You Won’t Get This Much Love at Netflix

HBO to Talent: You Won’t Get This Much Love at Netflix

Time Warner’s HBO is trying to stand apart from rival Netflix in the TV-production arms race, staking a claim as the most-selective platform, launching fewer new shows but booking more profits.

Published 3 days ago

China reprimands companies calling Tibet and Taiwan independent

China reprimands companies calling Tibet and Taiwan independent

Beijing says foreign groups’ use of country names in online menus is disrespectful

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Macron to push for overhaul of Anglo-French migrant accord

Macron to push for overhaul of Anglo-French migrant accord

French president to raise Touquet agreement at this week’s summit in UK

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Uproar as South Korea Plans Cryptocurrency Crackdown

Uproar as South Korea Plans Cryptocurrency Crackdown

Government attempts to tighten control over cryptocurrency trading are sparking a fierce public backlash in South Korea. A petition on the official website of the presidential office is set to reach 200,000 signatures.

Published 3 days ago

Lego Clicks With China’s Tencent, Aims to Develop Online Games

Lego Clicks With China’s Tencent, Aims to Develop Online Games

Lego is joining forces with Chinese internet giant Tencent to jointly develop online games for children in China, the latest move by the Danish toy maker to increase its focus on digital content.

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Bundesbank to include renminbi in its currency reserves

Bundesbank to include renminbi in its currency reserves

China’s currency rises after decision by Germany’s central bank

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Private equity firms hope flying nannies will help retain women

Private equity firms hope flying nannies will help retain women

Groups offer to pay au pairs to fly with female staff returning from maternity leave

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Alibaba and Microsoft systems beat humans in Stanford reading test

Alibaba and Microsoft systems beat humans in Stanford reading test

Top-place tie by tech groups provides symbol of AI race between US and China

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Carillion collapses after rescue talks with lenders fail

Carillion collapses after rescue talks with lenders fail

Liquidation of construction company puts thousands of jobs at risk as well as smaller firms

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SoftBank Explores $18 Billion Listing of Telecoms Business

SoftBank Explores $18 Billion Listing of Telecoms Business

The Japanese conglomerate is considering listing roughly 30% of its cellphone unit on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as well as a separate listing overseas, possibly in London.

Published 3 days ago

Carillion files for compulsory liquidation

Carillion files for compulsory liquidation

Carillion has filed for compulsory liquidation after talks with lenders failed over the weekend.

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