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In Praise of Hierarchy

In Praise of Hierarchy

Established, traditional order is under assault from freewheeling, networked disrupters. But society craves centralized leadership, too, writes Niall Ferguson.

Published 7 months ago

Mahtab Hussain on the multiple identities of young British Muslim men

Mahtab Hussain on the multiple identities of young British Muslim men

‘I hated being brown, a colour that sometimes brought unwanted, often violent, attention’

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New year’s global stock market ‘melt-up’ silences bears

New year’s global stock market ‘melt-up’ silences bears

Signs of strong growth and prospects of higher US profits buoy sentiment

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Pony Ma, the global strategist with deep pockets

Pony Ma, the global strategist with deep pockets

The Tencent chief shuns the limelight but has big ambitions for the Chinese tech giant

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Growing dissent adds to Iranian regime’s troubles

Growing dissent adds to Iranian regime’s troubles

Fuelled by anger over broken economic promises, thousands of Iranians once seen as loyal to Tehran have taken to the streets

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Companies scramble to fix computer flaws

Companies scramble to fix computer flaws

Intel hit with class-action lawsuits amid fears that tech updates will slow IT systems

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Senators Ask Justice Department to Open Criminal Probe Into Trump Dossier Author

Senators Ask Justice Department to Open Criminal Probe Into Trump Dossier Author

Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina have asked the Department of Justice to open a criminal probe into whether the author of a controversial research document on President Donald Trump lied to investigators.

Published 7 months ago

Trump seeks to dismiss accounts in ‘Fire and Fury’ book

Trump seeks to dismiss accounts in ‘Fire and Fury’ book

President slams author amid report he ordered a lawyer to stop Sessions’ recusal

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Unsparing book leaves a distrustful president more isolated

Unsparing book leaves a distrustful president more isolated

Reported disdain from Trump’s inner circle stings a man who prizes loyalty

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Justice Department Probes Clinton Foundation

Justice Department Probes Clinton Foundation

Federal prosecutors and FBI agents are investigating allegations of potential corruption tied to the Clinton Foundation, according to a U.S. law-enforcement official.

Published 7 months ago

US jobs growth slows in December

US jobs growth slows in December

Unemployment rate stays at 17-year low and stock market rises to new high

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Powell Backed Fed’s Bond-Buying Plan With Reservations in 2012

Powell Backed Fed’s Bond-Buying Plan With Reservations in 2012

Federal Reserve governor Jerome Powell supported a proposal to begin open-ended purchases of mortgage-backed securities to spur the economy in September 2012, but expressed queasiness over the longer-run risks of the policy measure, according to meeting transcripts.

Published 7 months ago

How Kaspersky’s Software Fell Under Suspicion of Spying on America

How Kaspersky’s Software Fell Under Suspicion of Spying on America

Officials haven’t offered conclusive evidence the Russian company’s antivirus products were behind national-security breaches, but a series of incidents drove them to raise alarms

Published 7 months ago

Trump Nominee to Lead Indian Health Services Faces Claims of Misrepresentation

Trump Nominee to Lead Indian Health Services Faces Claims of Misrepresentation

President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the troubled Indian Health Service appears to have misrepresented his work experience at a Missouri hospital to a Senate committee.

Published 7 months ago

Ripple Steals Bitcoin’s Thunder, Surges 1,184% in a Month

Ripple Steals Bitcoin’s Thunder, Surges 1,184% in a Month

The digital currency offered by the San Francisco startup Ripple has soared 1,184% in the past month, becoming the second-largest crypto-asset. While such moves by virtual currencies have become almost normal, Ripple’s move is surprising because of its differences with bitcoin.

Published 7 months ago