Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Samsung’s $2,000 Bid to Be the King of Cool

The smartphone with a foldable screen, which Samsung will start shipping at the end of April, is far more than an expensive gimmick. With...
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Inside India’s Colossal, Colorful, Tough-to-Predict Election

(Bloomberg) -- It’s election season in India. The South Asian nation is preparing to hold general elections in April and May, in which about 900...
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What’s Modi’s Secret? The Same as Kylie Jenner’s

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- On the face of things, Narendra Modi has failed variously and spectacularly as India’s prime minister. After pledging to create millions of...
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Physical Retail needs to Evolve with Changing Consumer Behavior

The retail sector has been under close observation in the Middle East. Many press articles and industry chatter suggest that consumers have become more...
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Take a Bow, Ericsson. And India, Take a Lesson

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Anil Ambani’s not going to jail after all, and Ericsson AB got its money. The Swedish company’s lawyers should take a...
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Boeing 737 Crashes Raise Tough Questions on Aircraft Automation

(Bloomberg) -- Tom Enders just couldn’t resist the swipe at the competition. It was June 2011, and the chief executive officer of Airbus SE was...
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Opinion: Aramco Comes Out to Play on an Empty Playground

According to Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Arabia’s energy and industry minister and chairman of Saudi Arabian Oil Co., “the world is going to be Saudi...
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Opinion: Saudi Arabia’s $69 Billion Clue for Oil Markets

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- It’s not every day that the world’s biggest oil company buys the most profitable chemicals business. Saudi Arabian Oil Co., better known...
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The World Already Knew Churchill Was a Villain: Shashi Tharoor

The recent flap over Winston Churchill -- with Labour politician John McDonnell calling Britain’s most revered prime minister a “villain” and prompting a rebuke...
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Selfie Deaths Are Like Stock-Market Crashes

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Today’s missive covers three of our favorite subjects: innumeracy, psychology and investing. It comes to us courtesy of an article in Outside...
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