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An MBA is still a great boost for salaries

An MBA is still a great boost for salaries

Average pay for alumni is $142,000 - up 12 per cent since 2014

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The Challenge for Vanguard’s New CEO: Keep a Behemoth Growing

The Challenge for Vanguard’s New CEO: Keep a Behemoth Growing

Vanguard’s new chief executive, Mortimer J. “Tim” Buckley, has a challenge his three predecessors didn’t: How to how to grow a firm that is already the world’s second largest investment manager.

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The Rise of Untraceable ‘Ghost Guns’

The Rise of Untraceable ‘Ghost Guns’

An underground gun-making industry that enables criminals to elude background checks and bypass gun regulations is creating a growing trade in weapons that can’t be traced by police, authorities say.

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Rotisserie Chickens: The Nineties’ Gift to Supermarkets That Keeps on Giving

Rotisserie Chickens: The Nineties’ Gift to Supermarkets That Keeps on Giving

Rotisserie chickens became a supermarket staple in the 1990s. Now they are many grocery stores’ best-selling hot food item and a rare bright spot in an industry struggling to adapt to a shift away from packaged foods.

Published 7 months ago

Cash-Strapped Venezuela Offers to Pay for Medicines With Diamonds

Cash-Strapped Venezuela Offers to Pay for Medicines With Diamonds

With hospital shelves bare and the government stumped on how to settle $5 billion in arrears to pharmaceutical companies, Venezuela recently offered some foreign suppliers alternative compensation: diamonds and gold.

Published 7 months ago

Google and Intel Beware: China Is Gunning for Dominance in AI Chips

Google and Intel Beware: China Is Gunning for Dominance in AI Chips

Chinese companies want to take the lead in building processors that use artificial intelligence to make phones, cars and home appliances interact with us more seamlessly. And they have a lot going in their favor.

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Subaru’s Plan to Woo Americans: A Roomy SUV With 19 Cup Holders

Subaru’s Plan to Woo Americans: A Roomy SUV With 19 Cup Holders

Subaru is launching an eight-seater sport-utility vehicle catering to Middle America as it seeks to boost sales in the U.S., the Japanese car maker’s largest market.

Published 7 months ago

Britain braced for Brexit raid on asset management

Britain braced for Brexit raid on asset management

Fears grow that £8tn UK sector might be key target for rival EU hubs

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German ‘debt clock’ hits reverse for first time in 20 years

German ‘debt clock’ hits reverse for first time in 20 years

One-time symbol of state profligacy shows fruits of balanced budgets

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Drugmakers impose new inflation-busting price increases

Drugmakers impose new inflation-busting price increases

Pfizer among those risking backlash with new year increases on hundreds of medicines

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China land grab on Lake Baikal raises Russian ire

China land grab on Lake Baikal raises Russian ire

Nationalists up in arms after Chinese investors snap up lakefront properties

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Hungary and Poland fight corner together in EU clash

Hungary and Poland fight corner together in EU clash

Defiance on migration and judical reform presents big test for Brussels

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China softens tone in drive for Asia influence

China softens tone in drive for Asia influence

Diplomatic and economic charm offensive exploits regional doubts over US under Trump

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Mukesh takes spoils in battle of Ambani brothers

Mukesh takes spoils in battle of Ambani brothers

Older sibling exploits dominance in Indian family feud that resembles Bollywood film

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