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Roiling the waters
Tensions rose further with an announcement late last month by CNOOC, a Chinese state-owned oil company, that it was opening nine blocks in what China calls the South Sea to international bids for oil and gas exploration.
The Supreme Court Still Thinks Corporations Are People
Three weeks ago, in a decision all but lost in the tumult over the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, the Justices overturned a century-old Montana law that prohibited corporate spending in that state's elections. In the bigger scheme ...
“SINCE we have not more power of knowing the future than any other men, we have made many mistakes (who has not during the past five years?
Move over
AMERICANS are famously footloose. Migration rates across state lines are more than twice those between Canadian provinces. Mobility is an economic asset: it leads to better matches between workers and jobs and helps America absorb economic shocks ...
VW conquers the world
WHEN Ferdinand Pi�ch arrived as Volkswagen's chief executive in 1993, things looked dire. The carmaker was overspending, overmanned and inefficient, and had lost its reputation for quality.
The Ribbit Rollercoaster: A Founder's Story From Concept To $105M Exit
I met entrepreneur Crick Waters last year after hearing just a portion of his story and his road toward Ribbit's $105 million exit during an event in Silicon Valley.
Jingoist jangles
Both countries covet the oil and gas reserves believed to lie under the surrounding waters. Mr Noda's idea appears to be the transfer to the state of ownership of three of the five islets—along with the vast herds of offspring of those original goat ...
Apple quietly gets rid of racist iPad game with Japanese invaders attacking ...  Daily Mail (blog)
Uncommonly unreasonable
The Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking. By Eli Broad. Wiley; 192 pages; $24.95 and �16.99. Buy from Amazon.
Gordon Crovitz: Who Really Invented the Internet?
So having created the Internet, why didn't Xerox become the biggest company in the world? The answer explains the disconnect between a government-led view of business and how innovation actually happens.
When Nora met George
Nora Ephron, observer of sexual behaviour, died on June 26th, aged 71. Lonesome George, habitual abstainer, died on June 24th, aged perhaps 100.