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The stress that kills American workers  WORK can make you sick and shorten your life. That is the argument of a hard-hitting book* by Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. In an obvious way,...
How bosses should respond to the sound of the clock ticking  TIME is one of the most disputed and confusing subjects in business. Schumpeter is writing this column after attending a conference which began with experts...
In China, a rare public spat between officials as debt pressures build  LIKE other countries, China has bureaucratic infighting. But it does better than most at keeping tussles hidden from outside view, especially under Xi...
Football talent scouts become more rational  Making a Kylian CHEERS erupted from Calais to Cannes when Kylian Mbappé, a 19-year-old striker, thumped in France’s fourth goal in the World Cup final on July 15th. Among the...
What Venezuelan savers can teach everyone else  ASK the chief investment officer of a fund-management firm how to spread your investments and you will be told to put so much in stocks, so much in bonds and something in hedge...
Income-share agreements are a novel way to pay tuition fees  TO PAY for his professional flight degree at Purdue University in Indiana, Andrew Hoyler had two choices. He could rely on loans and scholarships. Or he could cover...
David Solomon will be the new CEO of Goldman Sachs  Songs of Solomon LAME-DUCK periods can last for only so long. It was clear beforehand that a Goldman Sachs earnings call this week would be packed with questions about...
Universities withstood MOOCs but risk being outwitted by OPMs  “THERE’S only two things you do in the navy,” says Vice-Admiral Al Harms, former commander of theUSS Nimitz, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier that is one of the...
Vanadium is the latest beneficiary of the battery craze  Going with the flow OPEN a toolbox, pull out a spanner and you may be holding a bit of the answer to global warming: vanadium, a metal named after Vanadis, the...
Netflix suffers a big wobble  EVEN the most celebrated firms have their hiccups. On July 16th Netflix, an online-streaming giant, presented disappointing news to investors: it had added just 5.2m new subscribers in the second...
As inequality grows, so does the political influence of the rich  SQUEEZING the top 1% ought to be the most natural thing in the world for politicians seeking to please the masses. Yet, with few exceptions, today’s populist...
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