Friday, April 26, 2019

If Assange Is a Thief, He Isn’t a Journalist: Tim O’Brien

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Julian Assange was marched out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Thursday looking, in videos of his arrest, like a cranky,...
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Impostor syndrome, glass ceilings and glass cliffs. What every working woman...

Have you ever heard of these concepts: impostor syndrome? The glass ceiling? How about the glass cliff? During the early years of my career, I...
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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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Carlos Ghosn Makes a Perfectly Reasonable Point

The world’s preoccupation with the Carlos Ghosn affair hides in plain sight the pathetic state of Nissan Motor Co.’s business and the value destruction that...
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Oil Becomes a Curse for Middle East Economic Change

(Bloomberg) -- Drip by drip, the oil producing countries of the Middle East are watching their share of the global crude market drain away. U.S....
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India Needs Its Own Canary Wharf

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Even as India is consumed by its upcoming elections, the world’s biggest, the country is nearing another milestone: It’s set to...
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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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Apple Gets News Subscriptions Wrong Again

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Apple’s News+ service, unveiled Monday, makes a grab for the news junkie’s Holy Grail: a universal subscription to get behind all paywalls, the Spotify...
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The World’s Wealth Rests on a Paper-Thin Illusion

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- The world is wealthier now than it’s ever been — but only on paper. Much of this prosperity may prove illusory as a...
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