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Turkey’s Inflation Hits 18% Putting Fresh Pressure on the Lira

Turkey’s Inflation Hits 18% Putting Fresh Pressure on the Lira

Turkish inflation accelerated in August to its fastest rate since President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took office 15 years ago—a growing challenge for a leader who has pledged to simultaneously put a lid on consumer prices and keep the nation’s economy expand at a fast pace.

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Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets after they exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

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Sherwin-Williams Lands in Trouble Over 114-Year-Old Paint Ad

Sherwin-Williams Lands in Trouble Over 114-Year-Old Paint Ad

Sherwin-Williams is fighting a court ruling that ordered it and two other companies to collectively pay hundreds of millions of dollars in damages for promoting lead paint over several decades.

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Turkey’s inflation rate reaches nearly 18%

Turkey’s inflation rate reaches nearly 18%

Tumbling lira and other economic imbalances have stoked rapid price growth

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Myanmar judge sentences Reuters journalists to 7 years in prison

Myanmar judge sentences Reuters journalists to 7 years in prison

Case seen as defining moment for Aung San Suu Kyi’s civilian government

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Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Reporters to Seven Years in Prison

Two Reuters reporters were sentenced to seven years in prison each for obtaining state secrets, after the exposed military abuses of ethnic Rohingya.

Published 1 month ago

Ad Giant WPP Taps Company Veteran Mark Read for CEO

Ad Giant WPP Taps Company Veteran Mark Read for CEO

The choice of Mark Read to succeed Martin Sorrell caps a monthslong search at the world’s largest advertising firm.

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U.S. Freezes Military Aid to Pakistan, Citing Inadequate Action on Militants

U.S. Freezes Military Aid to Pakistan, Citing Inadequate Action on Militants

The Pentagon said it suspended $300 million in military aid to Pakistan, in a move certain to heighten tensions ahead of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s visit this week to Islamabad.

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What top employers want from MBA graduates

What top employers want from MBA graduates

The FT’s 2018 Skills Gap survey reveals what lies ahead in the jobs market

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Good Sweden/Bad Sweden: what rich, yet divided, Gothenburg reveals

Good Sweden/Bad Sweden: what rich, yet divided, Gothenburg reveals

With populists set to sweep polls, nowhere illustrates faultlines better than the Nordic city

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Europe fires the starting gun in race for top jobs

Europe fires the starting gun in race for top jobs

Next 12 months will bring unprecedented reshuffle in EU power structures

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Korea’s shipbuilders look to rising tide of orders

Korea’s shipbuilders look to rising tide of orders

Technological advantages over China rivals fuel growing demand for high-end vessels

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Massive fire destroys Brazil’s historic National Museum

Massive fire destroys Brazil’s historic National Museum

‘Incalculable’ loss shocks nation already reeling from political and economic crises

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Quantum computing: the power to think outside the box

Quantum computing: the power to think outside the box

With potential applications in healthcare and finance, the technology promises an exponential gain in computing power

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Companies Ramp Up Worker-Retraining Efforts

Companies Ramp Up Worker-Retraining Efforts

A tight labor market and changing job requirements are pushing companies to invest in teaching current workers to do more sophisticated tasks. Two-thirds of manufacturers plan to increase training in the next year, according to a report.

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