Friday, April 26, 2019

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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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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Digital deputies: Machines and humans must team up for the most...

There can be no doubt that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has ushered in a flood of benefits via digital transformation. Organisations now engage citizens...
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The Real Threat to Your Children Isn’t Momo: Leonid Bershidsky

The “Momo challenge,” the latest iteration of the remarkably persistent teen suicide game scare, is a hoax born of parents’ media illiteracy and anxiety...
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2019: The Year of the Data-Driven Digital Ecosystem

By Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, Middle East, Turkey and Africa at Dell EMC It’s that time of year – our planet has made its...
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The Secret to Stanford Business School’s Success

Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business has the best Master of Business Administration program in the world, the Financial Times decreed this week. The...
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Air Travel Is About to Get Even Less Romantic: David Fickling

For all the disagreement in the industry about the future of aviation, there’s perfect accord on one point: There’s going to be a lot...
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No One Asks the Top CEOs Where They Went to College

The No. 1 company in last year’s Fortune 500 was Walmart Inc., with $500 billion in revenue. That would make its chief executive, Douglas...
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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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Taleb Was Right. We’re Still Fooled by Randomness: Mark Gilbert

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- In his 2001 book “Fooled by Randomness,” author and fund manager Nassim Nicholas Taleb argued that chance plays a largely unacknowledged role...
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