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MBA case studies lack female leaders

MBA case studies lack female leaders

Business schools’ teaching materials still overwhelmingly feature men in charge

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The new scramble for Africa

The new scramble for Africa

Led by China, countries from Turkey to India are looking for commercial opportunities — and African leaders welcome the new source of investment

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The legacy of Lehman Brothers is a global pensions mess

The legacy of Lehman Brothers is a global pensions mess

John Authers traces how resolving the financial crisis stored up problems in retirement saving

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Peking University threatens to close down Marxism society

Peking University threatens to close down Marxism society

Students continue to back workers in dispute over trade union rights

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Hand 10% of equity to workers, Labour to tell major UK companies

Hand 10% of equity to workers, Labour to tell major UK companies

John McDonnell to unveil one of most interventionist policies in a generation

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Hong Kong plugs into China’s high-speed rail network

Hong Kong plugs into China’s high-speed rail network

Rail link accelerates Hong Kong’s integration as critics fear erosion of autonomy

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Barrick and Randgold in talks on $18bn tie-up

Barrick and Randgold in talks on $18bn tie-up

Merger would create leading gold producer as sector struggles to attract investors

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Hopes Rise for Release of U.S. Pastor Being Held in Turkey

Hopes Rise for Release of U.S. Pastor Being Held in Turkey

Turkish authorities are sending signals that an American pastor facing terrorism charges could be released next month, raising fresh hopes in the U.S. that the polarizing dispute will soon be resolved.

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Low Unemployment, Slow Wage Growth Bring Renewed Labor Strife

Low Unemployment, Slow Wage Growth Bring Renewed Labor Strife

The humming economy is bringing more labor strife. In recent weeks, unionized hotel housekeepers in Chicago, distillery workers in Kentucky and crane operators in Seattle have all walked off the job to pressure employers for better pay and benefits.

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At U.N., Trump Will Face an Iran Gap with European Allies

At U.N., Trump Will Face an Iran Gap with European Allies

President Trump and his European counterparts square off at the United Nations this week on a key policy issue dividing old allies: the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement as the Islamic Republic pursues its regional ambitions.

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WPP Considers Merger of Young & Rubicam and Digital Ad Firm VML

WPP Considers Merger of Young & Rubicam and Digital Ad Firm VML

WPP’s Chief Executive Mark Read is preparing to consolidate some of the advertising giant’s major properties, as traditional agencies struggle to keep pace with the industry’s digital shift.

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Oil Producers Signal Confidence in Managing Supply Disruptions

Oil Producers Signal Confidence in Managing Supply Disruptions

Saudi Arabia and Russia began a meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers with a signal they had confidence in the group’s ability to manage supply disruptions and any big price increases.

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Used-Car Sales Boom as New Cars Get Too Pricey for Many

Used-Car Sales Boom as New Cars Get Too Pricey for Many

Rising new-car prices are pushing more buyers to the used-car lot, where they are finding a growing selection of low-mileage vehicles that are only a few years old.

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Iran Seethes at Saudi Arabia, West After Deadly Terror Attack

Iran Seethes at Saudi Arabia, West After Deadly Terror Attack

Iran has begun a diplomatic push against the U.S., European and Arab countries it says supported or harbored people linked to a terrorist attack that left 25 people dead and fueled Middle East tensions.

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Fed funds rate set to rise past inflation for first time since 2008

Fed funds rate set to rise past inflation for first time since 2008

Widely expected increase will push key US measure above price rises

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