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The Race to Build a Wind Behemoth

The Race to Build a Wind Behemoth

From General Electric to Siemens, industrial giants are racing to build skyscraper-size turbines that can generate 10 megawatts apiece or more. The potential prize in this engineering derby? Dominance over a multibillion-dollar offshore wind market that is set to boom in coming decades.

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Papa John’s Mandates Diversity Training as Founder Continues Push for Control

Papa John’s Mandates Diversity Training as Founder Continues Push for Control

Papa John’s is mandating diversity training for its staff as founder John Schnatter pushes to regain control of the pizza company that executives say was destabilized by his divisive behavior.

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Dear Investor, That Cocky Voice in Your Head Is Wrong

Dear Investor, That Cocky Voice in Your Head Is Wrong

The findings from the field of behavioral economics apply to everyone. Especially you.

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PBoC gives itself more leeway in setting exchange rate

PBoC gives itself more leeway in setting exchange rate

Central bank reintroduces mechanism to guard against ‘herd effects’ in market

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Italy and EU clash over fate of stranded migrants

Italy and EU clash over fate of stranded migrants

‘Threats don’t work,’ EU responds

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Papa John’s Mandates Diversity Training as Founder Continues Push for Control

Papa John’s Mandates Diversity Training as Founder Continues Push for Control

Papa John’s is mandating diversity training for its staff as founder John Schnatter pushes to regain control of the pizza company that executives say was destabilized by his divisive behavior.

Published 1 month ago

Russia backs down on proposed tax on industrial groups

Russia backs down on proposed tax on industrial groups

Controversial plan for new $7.5bn levy shelved after widespread criticism

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Jean Paul Gaultier: ‘Not all men are like John Wayne’

Jean Paul Gaultier: ‘Not all men are like John Wayne’

The ‘enfant terrible’ of French fashion on haute couture, Madonna’s bra — and why his teddy bear is his ultimate muse

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Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Banks and fintech companies are plunging with new vigor into a risky area of consumer finance.

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As Veterinary Bills Add Up, More Pet Owners Opt for Insurance

As Veterinary Bills Add Up, More Pet Owners Opt for Insurance

As veterinary bills add up, more pet owners are opting for insurance, which for the first time last year grossed $1 billion in annual premiums.

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Little-known Chicago fund wins big in US IPO bonanza

Little-known Chicago fund wins big in US IPO bonanza

Driehaus Capital invested in more than half of 20 best-performing new listings in 2018

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How Two Musk Decisions in 2016 Put Tesla Into Trouble

How Two Musk Decisions in 2016 Put Tesla Into Trouble

At the start of 2016, the stock market was tumbling. Shares of Tesla were down and shares of Elon Musk’s other public company, SolarCity, were down even more. His solutions—hyping the Model 3 and merging SolarCity into Tesla—have pressured the car maker.

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The Fed Worries About Corporate Monopolies. Investors Should Just Buy Them.

The Fed Worries About Corporate Monopolies. Investors Should Just Buy Them.

Is rising corporate power hurting capital spending, wage growth and U.S. productivity? Central bankers meeting in Jackson Hole will be worrying that the answer is yes. Investors should be thrilled if it is.

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Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

Banks and fintech companies are plunging with new vigor into a risky area of consumer finance.

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Tech Giants Target Accounts Linked to Iran

Tech Giants Target Accounts Linked to Iran

Google said it had terminated dozens of YouTube channels found to be pushing misinformation on behalf of Iran’s state broadcasting arm.

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