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South Korea Sees Olympics More Secure With North Korea in Than Out

South Korea Sees Olympics More Secure With North Korea in Than Out

After a year of missile tests and nuclear threats from Kim Jong Un, the most important security measure in place at the Pyeongchang Games may be simply having the North Koreans involved.

Published 4 months ago

For Saudis and Israelis, Cost of Open Ties Outweighs the Benefits

For Saudis and Israelis, Cost of Open Ties Outweighs the Benefits

Saudi Arabia and Israel share a common enemy, Iran, and a common friend, the U.S., but despite their informal cooperation they still see an open embrace as too costly.

Published 4 months ago

Shell Profit Triples but Cash Flow Disappoints

Shell Profit Triples but Cash Flow Disappoints

Royal Dutch Shell more than tripled its profit in 2017 on a rebound in oil prices, but its closely watched cash-flow figures fell short of expectations, alarming investors.

Published 4 months ago

The Team That’s Smart Enough to Beat the Patriots

The Team That’s Smart Enough to Beat the Patriots

The Eagles’ trip to the Super Bowl has been a stunning roller coaster. But underpinning the overhaul of this franchise has been a full-fledged embrace of numbers.

Published 4 months ago

Short sellers win big on Steinhoff and Carillion

Short sellers win big on Steinhoff and Carillion

Accounting sleuths believe a downturn in credit markets will produce opportunities

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s Enemies List Grows Longer

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s Enemies List Grows Longer

The Philippine government’s move against an online publication critical of Rodrigo Duterte is the latest example of what his opponents and human rights figures say are state efforts to silence critics.

Published 4 months ago

EU seeks powers to stop post-Brexit bonfire of regulation

EU seeks powers to stop post-Brexit bonfire of regulation

UK could face tax blacklists and sanctions to prevent it undercutting level playing field

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What will Ikea build next?

What will Ikea build next?

With the death of founder Ingvar Kamprad and the rise in online competition, can the company reinvent itself?

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Facebook courts investors on user wellbeing plan

Facebook courts investors on user wellbeing plan

Sandberg says proposed changes may present ‘monetisation opportunities’

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Italian election: the resurrection of ‘Saint’ Silvio Berlusconi

Italian election: the resurrection of ‘Saint’ Silvio Berlusconi

The four-time premier has recast himself as a pro-EU elder statesman and an alternative to Five Star’s populism

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Meet the physicists selling time to traders

Meet the physicists selling time to traders

The UK’s national lab has invented a unifiedmeasurement system for high-speed transactions

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Moscow searches for political path out of Syrian morass

Moscow searches for political path out of Syrian morass

Russia’s challenges clear as opposition to Assad regime denounces Sochi talks

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Australia to tighten foreign investment rules amid China concerns

Australia to tighten foreign investment rules amid China concerns

Fears over Chinese influence prompt curbs on electricity assets and agricultural land

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FBI Officials Delayed Telling Congress of Clinton Emails Discovered Before 2016 Election

FBI Officials Delayed Telling Congress of Clinton Emails Discovered Before 2016 Election

Top FBI officials were aware for at least a month before alerting Congress that emails potentially related to an investigation of Hillary Clinton had emerged during a key stretch of the 2016 presidential campaign, according to text messages reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Published 4 months ago