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24th July 2014

Wal-Mart Effect Silences India's New Leaders

Two months into the tenure of India’s new and ostensibly pro-business government, what’s happening with the long, drawn-out issue of foreign investment in the supermarket sector? Nothing.

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24th July 2014

China's Detour on Highway to Default

The near-default of a previously obscure road-builder in China illustrates how debt woes threaten to strangle the Chinese economy.

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24th July 2014

Welcome Back, Paul Ryan

Representative Paul Ryan has a new blueprint to address poverty. He rethinks his position on his signature issue -- cutting deficits by cutting domestic spending -- and deserves credit for it.

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24th July 2014

Barclays Thinks Its Dark Pool Is Fine

If you stick to saying true things, it probably isn't fraud, even if those things are a bit silly. I mean, maybe. Don't try that at home, or at your dark pool.

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24th July 2014

Ex-'60 Minutes' Producer Is No Hollywood Hero

The real heroes of Rathergate are the journalists who dug into the provenance of its bogus memos and exposed them.

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24th July 2014

Catch of the Day: The Curse of Presidential Mediocrity

Barack Obama has had a difficult presidency. Join the club.

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24th July 2014

U.S. Tortures, Poland Pays

The Council of Europe, in effect, found the U.S. guilty of torture and illegal detention today and made Poland pay the penalty. But what if the U.S. was subject to European justice?

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24th July 2014

The 'Poor Door' to Outrage

A separate entrance for cheaper units -- hardly unheard of in Manhattan real estate -- is in part a consequence of the very inclusionary policies that New York is trying to enforce.

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24th July 2014

Another Look at Underwater Mortgages: Ritholtz Chart

The latest report from RealtyTrac may be worse than it seems.

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24th July 2014

Ted Cruz Renders Himself Impotent

If you obstruct Senate business as much as possible, you can't promise to obstruct it even more.

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24th July 2014

Everyone Wins When You Buy a Rotisserie Chicken

Why are rotisserie chickens cheaper than buying and roasting your own? The answer makes a surprising amount of sense.

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24th July 2014

For NFL, Pot Is a Worse Crime Than Assault

Ray Rice: Talk about a distraction.

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24th July 2014

Obama's Border Summit Theater

Central Americans will keep voting with their feet until their governments take responsibility for their well-being.

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24th July 2014

Trade of the Day: Flee French Taxes

The Trade of the Day is to flee France, which has squeezed more revenue out of its citizens and companies since 1999 than even Germany, Europe's biggest economy.

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24th July 2014

Are You a .Ninja or a .Guru?

The Internet is quietly exploding with more than 300 new top-level domains -- the extension of the Internet address after the dot, including .services, .vodka and .WTF. 

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24th July 2014

What You Think About Inflation Is Wrong

The government knows about food and oil prices. And it’s taking them into account when it calculates your Social Security check.

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24th July 2014

Workers of the World, Curb Your Ambitions

A campaign to improve the working conditions of part-timers isn't likely to succeed anytime soon -- and businesses may regret it. 

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24th July 2014

Big Insurers Need to Be Watched

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, MetLife and other large insurance companies are systemically risky and need Federal Reserve oversight, as the Dodd-Frank law allows.

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24th July 2014

Can Unilever Conjure the Sweet Smell of Success?

Unilever CEO Paul Polman, the world's biggest deodorant salesman, has a bleak message about the global economic outlook.  

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24th July 2014

The U.K. Is Already Leaving Europe

The U.K.'s failure to send an adequate number of bureaucrats to Brussels may mean more for the country's potential EU exit than any political maneuvers.

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