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28th November 2014

Welcome to the U.K., Sort Of

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron made a good speech on immigration this morning, but it was too late and relied on a fundamental misunderstanding of how Europe works.

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28th November 2014

'Mockingjay' Can Only Echo Our Problems

"The Hunger Games" has become a backdrop to many political conversations, but can't resolve them.

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28th November 2014

Ritholtz's Reads: Black Friday and Black Gold

Attention shoppers: your Black Friday reads are here.

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28th November 2014

Is Europe Too Rigid to Survive?

Too many Europeans feel that integration is being forced upon them. They may be right.

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28th November 2014

You Want a Bigger Paycheck? Convince Me.

There's a misconception that productivity and pay are linked and that great worker output should lead to bigger paychecks.

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28th November 2014

Calories, We Never Knew You

A new FDA rule that will require all restaurants to post calorie counts might turn out to be one of the most important regulatory initiatives of the decade.

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28th November 2014

Israel Can't Be an Unequal Democracy

Israel has always been a distinctly Jewish state, but a draft law would lower the status of Palestinians living there.

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28th November 2014

Capping Brazil's Corruption Gusher

Brazil's Petrobras scandal taps into the country's deep reserves of corruption.

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28th November 2014

Can China Order Up Soccer Stars?

China's terrible at soccer. Ordering kids to play isn't going to help.

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28th November 2014

India's Two-Speed Economy

A third of India's population is racing far ahead of the rest, posing risks to the country's unity and stability.

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28th November 2014

What Sony Can Learn From Samsung

Samsung and Sony face many of the same challenges, but only the Korean tech giant is doing something about them.

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27th November 2014

Ritholtz's Reads: Tech Bubbles and Turkeys

Happy Thanksgiving. Here are our Turkey Day reads.

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27th November 2014

Reports of Thailand's Revival Are Greatly Exaggerated

Signs of an economic rebound in Thailand don't resolve the deep structural problems that continue to afflict its politics and economy.

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27th November 2014

Victims Under the South China Sea

As China and others fight over remote South China Sea atolls, they're devastating the region's fragile coral cover.

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26th November 2014

Even Bond Investors Don't Like a Bully

If China wants to attract international bond investors, it'll make to make nice with its neighbors.

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26th November 2014

India, Flying and Fighting Go Together. Sadly.

Why have we not been able to agree on the rules of flight etiquette? To ask this simple question is to seek nothing less than a comprehensive view of Indian culture.

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26th November 2014

Brazil Has 'a Ferguson Every Day'

In Brazil, police violence is rarely met with protests.

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26th November 2014

How to Police the 'Walking Dead'

The Equinox story came to mind as I watched “Crossed,” the slow moving and, alas, highly predictable seventh episode in season five of “The Walking Dead.”

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26th November 2014

Is Uber Really Worth $40 Billion?

Does Uber deserve a $40 billion valuation?

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26th November 2014

Richard Sherman's Theater of the Abused

The National Football League really, really wants its players to talk to the news media, and Richard Sherman is more than happy to oblige.

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