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TODAY, Theresa May, Britain’s prime minister, will deliver a letter to Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, to officially trigger Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon. That will start a two-year clock for the difficult negotiations over...
From: The Economist | Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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YOU may never have heard of FANUC, the world’s largest maker of industrial robots. But the chances are that you own a product built by one of its 400,000 machines. Established in 1956, the Japanese company’s automated workers build cars for Ford...
From: The Economist | Monday, March 27, 2017
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DONALD TRUMP continues his assault on environmentalism. On March 28th he signed an executive order instructing America’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to withdraw and replace Barack Obama’s flagship energy policy, the Clean Power Plan.
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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ONE in six American hospitals is affiliated to the Catholic church; many more are sponsored by Lutheran, Methodist, Jewish and other religious organisations. The combination of faith and medicine sometimes leads to struggles over access to women’s...
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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TUTANKHAMUN went to his grave decked out in gold, and for millennia after, jewellery was for men as much as for women. For a short time, though, jewellery made a disappearance from men. It now seems to be making a welcome comeback....
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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IT IS about 15 years since Gulliver gave up the evil weed. Over time, many of the hardships of being a smoker have become mere embers in his memory. But a recollection was kindled after reading a recent report by Airports Council International, an industry...
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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OVER the past decade America’s philanthropic sector has undergone a quiet revolution. A new type of giving vehicle, known as donor-advised funds (DAFs), has become wildly popular and is changing the way people make donations. In 2010, roughly 180,000...
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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THERE is an old chess short story about the grand master who ends up in a remote village. Short of money, he agrees to pay two locals; his meal will be free if he wins both matches. But there is a catch; in one game, he must play as white, in the other...
From: The Economist | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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TIME is precious in the Texas legislature, which meets for just 140 days every other year. Since January 10th, when the 85th regular session began, nearly 8,000 bills and resolutions have been filed. Many of them will quietly die of neglect.
From: The Economist | Monday, March 27, 2017
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THE recently announced ban on laptops and other large electronic devices on direct flights from Middle Eastern airports to America is bad news for business travellers hoping to get work done on these long journeys. That, in turn, spells trouble for the...
From: The Economist | Monday, March 27, 2017
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THE recently announced ban on laptops and other large electronic devices on direct flights from Middle Eastern airports to America is bad news for business travellers hoping to get work done on these long journeys. That, in turn, spells trouble for the...
From: The Economist | Monday, March 27, 2017
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ANTONIN SCALIA warned fifteen years ago that prohibiting the execution of intellectually disabled criminals as a violation of the Eighth Amendment’s bar on cruel and unusual punishment would turn “capital trial[s] into a game” where defendants...
From: The Economist | Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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The Chinese middle class led a boom in demand for luxury goods. But a government crackdown made consumers wary about showing off their wealth. How has China’s new modesty affected the luxury business as a whole? Also: India’s power sector has until...
From: The Economist | Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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NETFLIX has an enviable commissioning record. “Orange is the New Black” has reached a seventh series, while the grimly prescient “House of Cards” has racked up 33 Emmy nominations. In 2016, Netflix spent around $5bn on 600 hours of fresh content,...
From: The Economist | Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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