More red ink for US newspapers in latest survey

US news­pa­pers suf­fered fur­ther rev­enue declines in 2013, seeing only mixed suc­cess in a tran­si­tion to dig­ital, according to industry fig­ures. Total news­paper industry rev­enue amounted to $37.59 bil­lion in […]

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Europe’s far right is rootin’ for Putin

Vladimir Putin’s pro­pa­ganda machine may relent­lessly denounce Ukraine’s author­i­ties as fas­cists and xeno­phobes, but else­where in Europe the Russian leader is ener­get­i­cally courting far-​​​​right politi­cians as allies in his confrontation […]

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When the BRICs crumble

When Goldman Sachs econ­o­mist Jim O’Neill came up with the BRICs con­cept in 2001, it served as short­hand for a group of economies that deserved spe­cial atten­tion even if they […]

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The Shiva Rules: India’s new robber barons

Shortly after indus­tri­alist Anil Ambani exited the offices of the Cen­tral Bureau of Inves­ti­ga­tion last month after a taxing, two-​​​​hour inter­view, his $80 billion-​​​​dollar com­pany issued a press release.

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