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Kofi Annan, UN leader in difficult times, 1938-2018

Kofi Annan, UN leader in difficult times, 1938-2018

‘Secular monk’ stung by failures in Rwanda and Bosnia who never stopped working for peace

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Sports stars tackle racism amid Australia’s ‘African gang’ claims

Sports stars tackle racism amid Australia’s ‘African gang’ claims

Football heroes hope to inspire Sudanese youth and counter negative portrayals

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The Woman Who Wants Wall Street to Fund a Cure for Blindness

The Woman Who Wants Wall Street to Fund a Cure for Blindness

Karen Petrou spent years trying to hide her blindness. Now she has come up with a plan to get private investors to bankroll a cure.

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Beer Giants Tap Into Africa With Brews Under $1

Beer Giants Tap Into Africa With Brews Under $1

As drinkers in Europe and the U.S. turn away from beer in favor of spirits and nonalcoholic beverages, Africa’s importance to brewers is growing.

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Trump Slams Social-Media Companies for ‘Censorship’ of the Right

Trump Slams Social-Media Companies for ‘Censorship’ of the Right

President Trump threatened action against social-media companies, saying they were suspending accounts in a manner that was “totally discriminating” against conservatives.

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The End of Quarterly Reporting? Not Much to Cheer About

The End of Quarterly Reporting? Not Much to Cheer About

There isn’t much evidence that suggests short-term reporting harms long-term goals. But corporate executives see quarterly reports in a different light, and investors are likely to overreact to disappointing earnings no matter how often they come around.

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A Surprising Bulwark for the U.S. Economy: Personal Savings

A Surprising Bulwark for the U.S. Economy: Personal Savings

American households are saving more than previously estimated, a sign that consumers are better positioned to weather the next economic downturn.

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An Ex-Husband Moves Back In—for Cancer Care

An Ex-Husband Moves Back In—for Cancer Care

As families in the U.S. become smaller and more far-flung, new caregivers emerge, including ex-spouses; “People at work think I’m crazy.”

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Tuition Insurance Catches On as Costs Rise, Students Struggle to Adjust

Tuition Insurance Catches On as Costs Rise, Students Struggle to Adjust

The policies protect families in case their son or daughter has to drop out of school past the point at which they can get tuition reimbursement.

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A Surprising Bulwark for the U.S. Economy: Personal Savings

A Surprising Bulwark for the U.S. Economy: Personal Savings

American households are saving more than previously estimated, a sign that consumers are better positioned to weather the next economic downturn.

Published 1 month ago

How Erdogan’s Push for Endless Growth Brought Turkey to the Brink

How Erdogan’s Push for Endless Growth Brought Turkey to the Brink

The president set policy that let his nation gorge on foreign loans, granting his wish of a brawny economic expansion. Now it is paying the price. The economic turmoil shows how hard it is for countries to emulate China’s model of authoritarian capitalism.

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The End of Quarterly Reporting? Not Much to Cheer About

The End of Quarterly Reporting? Not Much to Cheer About

There isn’t much evidence that suggests short-term reporting harms long-term goals. But corporate executives see quarterly reports in a different light, and investors are likely to overreact to disappointing earnings no matter how often they come around.

Published 1 month ago

An Ex-Husband Moves Back In—for Cancer Care

An Ex-Husband Moves Back In—for Cancer Care

As families in the U.S. become smaller and more far-flung, new caregivers emerge, including ex-spouses; ‘People at work think I’m crazy’

Published 1 month ago

Tuition Insurance Catches On as Costs Rise, Students Struggle to Adjust

Tuition Insurance Catches On as Costs Rise, Students Struggle to Adjust

The policies protect families in case their son or daughter has to drop out of school past the point at which they can get tuition reimbursement.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Opposition to Pipeline Hangs Over Meeting Between Putin and Merkel

U.S. Opposition to Pipeline Hangs Over Meeting Between Putin and Merkel

When President Vladimir Putin meets with Chancellor Angela Merkel to try to safeguard a controversial Russian-German gas pipeline, the U.S. won’t be present but could have a big say in the outcome.

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