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Author and Professor Mariana Mazzucato explains why the obvious solutions to the world’s biggest problems aren’t being implemented.
This is what the world’s buyers are saying about the economic outlook around the world, be it good or bad.
Europe’s privacy-first approach could seize back some power from tech companies sweeping up personal information.
The bank risked reputational harm by trying to thread the needle between lending and underwriting.
Antiquated notions of nation-state rivalry only distract attention from the effort to solve complex social and technological challenges.
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Coinbase is being taken as a sign of the industry’s maturity; that’s another way of saying that excitement has passed its peak.
The European Union is set to challenge Germany’s status as the benchmark borrower in euros.
Bringing in the heavies over a few late payments is likely to lose a customer forever. Artificial intelligence is proving a better way.
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