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  • No more apologies: Inside Facebook’s push to defend its image Sep 22, 2021 06:13 PM IST

    No more apologies: Inside Facebook’s push to defend its image

    The change in narrative includes distancing Zuckerberg from scandals, reducing outsiders’ access to internal data, burying a potentially negative report and stepping up advertising to showcase its brand

  • China’s leaders are having fun with us. Who can blame them? Sep 22, 2021 05:53 PM IST

    China’s leaders are having fun with us. Who can blame them?

    Beijing applying to join the TPP is the diplomatic equivalent of the US asking to be a member of China’s “belt and road” trade

  • How car rentals explain the 2021 US economy Sep 21, 2021 07:04 PM IST

    How car rentals explain the 2021 US economy

    The industry shows how economic decisions in 2020 are having serious implications in 2021

  • Dear Joe Manchin: Coal isn’t your state’s future Sep 21, 2021 07:03 PM IST

    Dear Joe Manchin: Coal isn’t your state’s future

    The senator responsible for stitching together the Democratic climate action plan may end up dropping key proposals from President Joe Biden

  • Evergrande workers got a tough choice: Loan it cash or lose bonus Sep 20, 2021 06:43 PM IST

    Evergrande workers got a tough choice: Loan it cash or lose bonus

    China’s most indebted company has seen its shares lose more than 80 percent of their value this year

  • Should Biden reappoint Jerome Powell? It depends on his theory of change. Sep 15, 2021 07:45 PM IST

    Should Biden reappoint Jerome Powell? It depends on his theory of change.

    Critics accuse Powell of being too soft as a regulator of banks and other financial institutions and insufficiently committed to the cause of climate change

  • Bitcoin uses more electricity than many countries. How is that possible? Sep 14, 2021 07:45 PM IST

    Bitcoin uses more electricity than many countries. How is that possible?

    That usage, which is close to half-a-percent of all the electricity consumed in the world, has gone up about ten-fold in just the past five years

  • Rapid global inflation may fade quickly Sep 08, 2021 05:45 PM IST

    Rapid global inflation may fade quickly

    It is one of the main factors central bankers are tracking as they decide when and how quickly to return monetary policy to normal

  • Warning of income gap, Xi tells China’s tycoons to share wealth Sep 07, 2021 05:52 PM IST

    Warning of income gap, Xi tells China’s tycoons to share wealth

    The fear in policy circles is the wealth gap could hold back the country’s rise and erode public confidence in the leadership

  • Wall Street sees nothing but good news, even when it’s bad Sep 01, 2021 06:55 PM IST

    Wall Street sees nothing but good news, even when it’s bad

    The S&P 500 index is up more than 20% for 2021 and has more than doubled in value since it hit bottom in March 2020

  • The silent partner cleaning up Facebook for $500 million a year Sep 01, 2021 12:09 PM IST

    The silent partner cleaning up Facebook for $500 million a year

    Facebook and Accenture have rarely talked about their arrangement or even acknowledged that they work with each other. But their secretive relationship lies at the heart of an effort by the world’s largest social media company to distance itself from the most toxic part of its business.

  • Exile or Jail: The grim choice facing Russian opposition leaders Aug 31, 2021 12:12 PM IST

    Exile or Jail: The grim choice facing Russian opposition leaders

    Opposition figures, their aides, rights activists and even independent journalists are increasingly being given a simple choice: flee or face prison.

  • In Afghanistan, an unceremonious end, and a shrouded beginning Aug 31, 2021 11:17 AM IST

    In Afghanistan, an unceremonious end, and a shrouded beginning

    The end, at least for the Americans and their Western allies, came on a Monday after the thousands of U.S. troops defending Hamid Karzai International Airport flew out in waves, one lumbering transport plane after another until none were left, in the final hours of the lost war.

  • Banks are bingeing on bonds, but not because they want to Aug 26, 2021 06:24 PM IST

    Banks are bingeing on bonds, but not because they want to

    Reluctance to borrow both by businesses and consumers means banks are turning to the least lucrative asset

  • The pandemic is testing the Federal Reserve’s new policy plan Aug 25, 2021 06:16 PM IST

    The pandemic is testing the Federal Reserve’s new policy plan

    Despite rapidly rising inflation, the Fed chief has to explain why full-blast support from the central bank remains necessary

  • Biden and the Fed wanted a hot economy. There’s risk of getting burned. Aug 24, 2021 06:53 PM IST

    Biden and the Fed wanted a hot economy. There’s risk of getting burned.

    The results so far show that pushing the economic accelerator to the floor has trade-offs

  • Who created the renewable-energy miracle? Aug 18, 2021 06:23 PM IST

    Who created the renewable-energy miracle?

    The costs of solar and wind power have plunged to the point that any modest incentives could bring down fossil fuel use rapidly

  • The bad economics of fossil fuel defenders Aug 17, 2021 05:54 PM IST

    The bad economics of fossil fuel defenders

    Those opposed to action against climate change have always turned to multiple lines of defence. Sadly, it’s taking them nowhere

  • One number to gauge where the economy is headed Aug 12, 2021 06:23 PM IST

    One number to gauge where the economy is headed

    When yields on the T-note rise, it means expectations for economic growth and inflation are rising

  • Will the pandemic productivity boom last? Aug 11, 2021 06:55 PM IST

    Will the pandemic productivity boom last?

    Since the second quarter of 2020, labour productivity — the amount of output per hour of work — has risen at a 3.8% annual rate, compared with 1.4% from 2005 to 2019

  • Electric cars for everyone? Not unless they get cheaper. Aug 10, 2021 07:31 PM IST

    Electric cars for everyone? Not unless they get cheaper.

    The Biden administration wants to invest billions of dollars to build charging stations for EVs, but the legislative support is falling short of the crease

  • A hotter future is certain, climate panel warns. But how hot is up to us. Aug 09, 2021 06:34 PM IST

    A hotter future is certain, climate panel warns. But how hot is up to us.

    Humans have already heated the planet by roughly 1.1 degrees Celsius, or 2 degrees Fahrenheit, since the 19th century

  • Inflation is new battle line as Republicans and Biden spar over spending Jul 29, 2021 06:59 PM IST

    Inflation is new battle line as Republicans and Biden spar over spending

    Republicans have accused the President of stoking ‘Bidenflation’

  • Paulson raises more than $5 billion for a climate-focussed fund Jul 28, 2021 07:00 PM IST

    Paulson raises more than $5 billion for a climate-focussed fund

    With the funds raised, the TPG fund would be the largest climate-focussed one in the world

  • As China boomed, it didn’t take climate change into account. Now it must. Jul 27, 2021 07:06 PM IST

    As China boomed, it didn’t take climate change into account. Now it must.

    The flooding of cities across China in recent years is “a general manifestation of urban problems” in the country

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