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    A well-loved monster takes Japan's box office by storm once again

      NOW a battle-scarred 62, Japan's king of monsters refuses to die. Godzilla is again lumbering across the big screen, menacing Tokyo with his radioactive breath and walloping attendance records. His 29th cinematic appearance, "Shin Gojira? ("Godzilla Resurgence?) has drawn over 4m people and ear Save |  Share  Email 26th Sep 2016 
     

    American flyers have paid billions to check in luggage. Could they have put their money to better use?

      SOME frequent travellers have the sense that all the money they have spent on airline baggage fees down the years could have been put to a better use. So allow Gulliver to suggest one: buying an airline.Thrillist has crunched the numbers and concluded that in the approximately nine years since chec Save |  Share  Email 23rd Sep 2016 
     

    The freaks are coming

      PowerPoint slide, Berlin styleROCKET INTERNET has just moved into a splendid, red building in central Berlin, around the corner from Checkpoint Charlie. The lease runs for the next 15 years, a signal of intent from a firm that brags of becoming the biggest online conglomerate outside America and Ch Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Mistry's elephant

      CHIEF executives in the West share some familiar gripes: quarterly-results-obsessed analysts who make it impossible to think about the long term; activists pressing for change before investments come to fruition; and sluggish economic growth. How envious they must be of Cyrus Mistry, the boss of th Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Welding bells

      Plenty more where that came fromFEW industries are in worse shape than China's steel sector. Years of over-investment and a cooling economy have resulted in vast excess supply. Crude steel-making capacity reached a record level of 1.2 billion tonnes at the end of 2015. China's steelmakers lost some Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Split ends

      LAST month Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), an American firm that owns financial exchanges, said it would do a stock split, dividing each of its existing shares into five new ones. The split won't increase ICE's underlying value-slicing a pizza three or four times doesn't make it bigger. But an old Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Look, no claims!

      ON THE list of industries set to be disrupted by autonomous cars, the motor-insurance business can claim a high place. The regime of compulsory insurance in rich countries, with the insurer of the at-fault driver paying for damage, is reasonable in a world where 90% of accidents are caused by human Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Waking up

      Jessica, a unicorn in nappies?IGNORE the record share prices and what that would seem to suggest about the year unfolding on Wall Street. Activity has been so slow that many bankers off for their August holidays wondered if there would be any reason to return. That has abruptly changed. "Every prod Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Who's self-driving your car?

      But can it fly?WITH its successful test of robo-taxis on the streets of Pittsburgh last week, Uber has dominated recent headlines on autonomous vehicles. But behind the scenes three groups-technology giants such as Uber, carmakers and a whole fleet of autoparts suppliers-are in a tight race. Each i Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Chinese investment in Britain: Hinkley hangover?

      UK Only Article:  UK article only Issue:  The low-rate world Fly Title:  Chinese investment in Britain Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Won't pay! Can't pay?

      BILLS for pre-crisis buccaneering are still coming in. Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, confirmed on September 15th that America's Department of Justice (DoJ) had asked for $14 billion to settle possible claims connected with the underwriting and sale of residential mortgage-backed securiti Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    The emperor's new paunch

      PAUL ROMER made his name modelling the production of knowledge and the growth of economies. Now the World Bank's chief economist, his latest, unusual, contribution to economics includes a "meta-model? of himself. "For more than three decades,? he alleges, "macroeconomics has gone backwards.? Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Asian markets: Chinese sneezes

      UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The low-rate world Fly Title:  Asian markets Print section Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Chinese sneezes

      INVESTORS have long been wary of America's sneezes, knowing they can give the world a cold. In Asia they now also fret about Chinese rhinitis, which is proving just as contagious. For financial epidemiologists, this is something of a puzzle. It is to be expected that germs can spread from China, As Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Take cover

      THE most dangerous words in finance are: "This time is different.? But sometimes markets can genuinely change. After the 2007-08 financial crisis, markets are less efficient and liquid than before.The evidence can be found in the currency markets, as a paper* in the latest quarterly bulletin from Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    The fall in interest rates: Low pressure

      UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The low-rate world Fly Title:  The fall in interest rates Pr Save |  Share  Email 22nd Sep 2016 
     

    Against happiness

      LORD Percy of Newcastle, Britain's minister of education in 1924-29, was no fan of the fad for happy-clappy "progressive? education that spread among the country's schools on his watch. He declared that it was all nonsense: "a child ought to be brought up to expect unhappiness.? This columnist Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 
     

    Why businesses shouldn't push the cult of happiness

      LORD Percy of Newcastle, Britain's minister of education in 1924-29, was no fan of the fad for happy-clappy "progressive? education that spread among the country's schools on his watch. He declared that it was all nonsense: "a child ought to be brought up to expect unhappiness.? This columnist Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 
     

    Sharper Solutions Bring Israeli Startups West, Claiming SEO and Marketing Magic - Techworm

      Techworm In today's world, access to information through search engines is almost unlimited, and unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably searched for something on Google or another search e Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 
     

    Omaha VC firm eyes St. Louis with new $20 million startup fund - St. Louis Business Journal (blog)

      St. Louis Business Journal (blog) More than $257 million was invested by venture capitalists into Missouri companies in 2015, the highest single year total since 2001, according to a MoneyTree report. In t Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 
     
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