November 12, 2018 Issue
CEO Sundar Pichai thinks the search engine should be willing to work with Chinese censors. Will employees go along with the plan?
The Bloomberg View
Washington will benefit from bipartisan rule and executive oversight.
The president is in the bull’s-eye.
Will the European Union—like the continent’s old empires—also be swept away?
Investors weren’t just being skittish. They were reacting to the new reality.
Finance/The Debt Boom
Investors are searching high and low for better returns, and that’s led them into markets beyond familiar stocks and bonds.
The returns are high, but a flood of deals means credit standards are slipping.
YieldStreet wants to make exotic bets available to individual investors online.
With property values up 50 percent since 2013, politicians want to limit flat-sharing.
Making sure they stick around is the way to get real change.
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