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Indonesia Will Stop Digging for Quake Victims

Indonesia Will Stop Digging for Quake Victims

Indonesia will halt the search for bodies this week where thousands of people are believed to be missing in mountains of mud and wreckage from September’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.

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Who is Jair Bolsanaro? Five key facts about Brazil’s far-right frontrunner

Who is Jair Bolsanaro? Five key facts about Brazil’s far-right frontrunner

Catch up on the rise of the former army captain and his country’s answer to US President Donald Trump

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The fintech ‘genius’ accused in $165m fraud

The fintech ‘genius’ accused in $165m fraud

SEC says WB21’s ‘solution’ was designed to disguise clients’ identities

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Traders Bet on Return of $100 Oil

Traders Bet on Return of $100 Oil

A hot streak in the oil market is setting off a wave of bets on how high prices can go. Crude prices have rallied for four straight weeks, prompting a surge in the trading of oil options.

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Facebook Pushes Into Africa

Facebook Pushes Into Africa

Facebook has a strategy in Africa to get more people onto a faster and more robust internet, but critics say the company’s ventures threaten to funnel traffic to its own platform and away from competitors.

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Global Stocks Extend Declines Amid Higher Bond Yields

Global Stocks Extend Declines Amid Higher Bond Yields

U.S. stocks were poised to open lower as equities continued to come under pressure from rising bond yields and a steep drop in Chinese stocks.

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Indonesia Will Stop Digging for Quake Victims

Indonesia Will Stop Digging for Quake Victims

Indonesia will halt the search for bodies this week where thousands of people are believed to be missing in mountains of mud and wreckage from September’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Published 1 month ago

Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

Companies Turn to an Unlikely Place for Their Next CEO

GE’s choice to name board member Larry Culp as CEO has led some executives to wonder whether they would be better off seeking out long-retired executives as directors.

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After victory, Brazil’s rightwing Bolsonaro looks to centre in bid for votes

After victory, Brazil’s rightwing Bolsonaro looks to centre in bid for votes

Presidential candidate won in every state except poor north-east in first round of elections

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Global rise of escooter use sparks safety fears

Global rise of escooter use sparks safety fears

Sharp increase in legal cases from riders who blame manufacturers for accidents

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Global Stocks Extend Declines Amid Higher Bond Yields

Global Stocks Extend Declines Amid Higher Bond Yields

Global stocks kicked off the week lower, as risk assets continued to come under pressure from rising bond yields and a drop in Chinese stocks.

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Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus Set to Name New Chief Executive

Airbus is poised to name the head of the plane making unit and effective No. 2, Guillaume Faury, as its next CEO, replacing Tom Enders, who said he wouldn’t seek a new mandate when his current term expires.

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Nobel Economics Prize Goes to American Pair for Work on Climate and the Economy

Nobel Economics Prize Goes to American Pair for Work on Climate and the Economy

The Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences was shared by Americans William D. Nordhaus and Paul M. Romer, for work on climate change and the economy that has had huge implications for global policy making.

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U.N. Panel Warns Drastic Action Needed to Stave Off Climate Change

U.N. Panel Warns Drastic Action Needed to Stave Off Climate Change

The scientists say limiting global warming to just a few degrees would require large-scale government intervention and societal change.

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Investment in Infrastructure Is Booming

Investment in Infrastructure Is Booming

Private-equity firms are on track to raise a record amount for infrastructure investing in 2018, as money managers bet on the growing need to upgrade and expand the world’s railroads, natural-gas pipelines and data centers.

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