"Bloomberg Opinion" columnists offer their opinions on issues in the news.
India has pledged to reach net-zero by 2070 despite its massive reliance on fossil fuels. Its two richest men, Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani, are competing to dominate that new green economy.
J&J Says It Won’t Make an Offer for Horizon Therapeutics
Bonds Rallying Back From Brutal Year Show Power of Higher Rates
UK Interest Rate Should Peak Below 4.5% to Avoid Deeper Recession: BOE Official
Fed Could Be Pushed by Overheated Wages to Higher Peak Rates
China Economists Call for Easing of Covid Curbs to Boost Growth
VW Looks to Expand Coding Schools to Bolster Tech Skills
Tiny Wind Farms Are Ready to Ease Britain’s Energy Crunch
Pentagon Warns China on Asia-Pacific: US Will Keep War-Fighting Edge
Iran Reviews Hijab Law After Monthslong Protests, Telegraph Says
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China Oceanwide Has Potential Buyer for $1.2 Billion LA Project
Messi Scores, Argentina Reaches World Cup Quarterfinals
No. 4 USC Falls to Utah in Pac-12, All But Ending CFP Hope
The Tragedy of Avoidable Covid Deaths
Fighting Mental Illness Isn’t Enough to Stop Gun Violence
Protests Put Xi Jinping in Unfamiliar Territory
Can Duolingo Actually Teach You Spanish?
Ryanair, EasyJet Scale Back in Germany Over Airport Fees
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Florida Lawmakers Review Ways to Restore Some Disney Privileges
UAW Presidential Race Heads Toward Runoff in a Rebuke of Leaders
Germany’s Habeck on Hunt for Hydrogen in Namibia, South Africa
A Swiss Mission for Architects: Hide That Housing Complex
Flu Hospitalizations Nearly Double Over the Last Week in the US
Federal Transportation Program Expands to Curb Crashes and Emissions
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After the U.S. Justice Department accused Standard & Poor’s of fraud earlier this year, the credit rater had a choice.
It could make a courtroom argument that would torch its reputation, but might get the lawsuit thrown out.