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Economics
China’s Economic Numbers Have a Credibility Problem
Suspicions that the country is cooking the books persist despite a government crackdown on cheating cadres.
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Feature
Palantir Knows Everything About You
Peter Thiel's data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens. The scary thing? Palantir is desperate for new customers.
Politics
Politics
The CIA Is Getting a Private-Sector Makeover
Mike Pompeo’s old friend, Brian Bulatao, is bringing business school lessons to the world of espionage.
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Feature
The Quest for the Next Billion-Dollar Color
The world has never had a truly safe, stable, and bright red pigment. The trail may start with YlnMn, the first blue created in two centuries.
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Remarks
China’s Big Bang
Thatcher’s 1979 financial reforms transformed Britain. Is the People’s Republic about to undergo the same?
Politics
Politics
Macron Wants to Save Europe. He’ll Need to Save France First
The French president heads to Washington in hopes of gaining support for his ambitious agenda.
Politics
Politics
The Tax Break for Business Is Still Confusing Everyone
Nobody really knows how the pass-through tax applies.
Finance
Finance
Iran’s Biggest Threat Has Nothing to Do With Trump
“Solving the banking crisis is the priority for us now.”

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