Will China, like Japan, face years of stagnation after a debt-fueled boom?
Will China like Japan face years of stagnation after a debtfueled boom

In Downgraded China, Echoes of Japan’s Boom and Bust

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When a hedge fund battles Google to hire the smartest minds, who wins?
When a hedge fund battles Google to hire the smartest minds who wins

Talent Battle: Hedge Funds vs. Silicon Valley

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To find the best white T-shirts for men, we tried on over 50—at every price from bargain to bonkers.
To find the best white Tshirts for men we tried on over

Is a $415 Men’s T-Shirt Better Than a $6 One?

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Stephen Huron
Adrian Wong
Ron Minkus
Starting in the 1980s, the U.S.’s basket cases were its urban areas—where a toxic stew of crime, drugs and suburban flight conspired to make large cities the slowest-growing and most troubled places. Today, however, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows that by many key measures of socioeconomic well-being, things have changed drastically.
Starting in the 1980s the USs basket cases were its urban areaswhere

Rural America Is the New ‘Inner City’

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Sarang Banne
Fouad Edwine
Mason Utena
Isnilon Hapilon leads a branch of the Abu Sayyaf group known for kidnapping and beheading foreign tourists.
Isnilon Hapilon leads a branch of the Abu Sayyaf group known for

The Islamic State-Linked Militant Fueling a Violent Philippine Showdown

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Fouad Edwine
Max Hartman
Styleheadz Street Wear
John M Walker
Joe Moreira
Jay Burwell
Fouad Edwine
Ariel Wang
Many indigenous Australians don’t have identification cards, birth certificates or other documents to prove who they are. However, recent changes allow more banks to accept an alternative form of ID produced by Aboriginal organizations.
Many indigenous Australians dont have identification cards birth certificates or

Take It to the Bank: First Australians Create New IDs

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Alexios GK
Ravi Randeniya
Axel Brosi
For 23 days this spring, some 4,000 riot police and soldiers besieged the Dhammakaya Temple, butting up against monks and protesters trying to defend their guru.
For 23 days this spring some 4000 riot police and soldiers besieged

Thai Mystery: Millions of Stolen Dollars, and a Missing Monk

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A new threat to foreign businesses in China is looming in the form of a “social-credit” system that harnesses big data to monitor and rate companies, what one think tank calls ‘IT-backed authoritarianism.’
A new threat to foreign businesses in China is looming in the

China’s Big Brother Is Watching You Do Business

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Shiraz Zafar
K Edward Lynch
Kai Yamada
With his orange robes and dark glasses, Phra Dhammachayo shouldn't be hard to find. But the 73-year-old monk, one of Thailand’s best-known figures, has been missing since March after officials issued a warrant for his arrest.
With his orange robes and dark glasses Phra Dhammachayo shouldnt be hard

Thai Mystery: Millions of Stolen Dollars, and a Missing Monk

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Gilles de Laval
Anjin Bodhisattva
Bunny Brando
Our summer books guide: ​​The birth of the cool, an ode to Otis Redding, Ali outside the ring; the liberal arts in the digital age and much more.​
Our summer books guide The birth of the cool an ode to

What To Read This Summer

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Rita Palmer
An enrichment program at Chicago's Cook County Jail is turning inmates into budding chefs, teaching them to make fresh pasta, gelato, omelets and more.
An enrichment program at Chicagos Cook County Jail is turning inmates into

Creating Cooks at Cook County Jail

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Oskaar Wu
Sara Jane
Anthony White
The blockbuster premiere reflected shifting demographics across America. Although the Indian-American population represents only 1% of the U.S., it is fast-growing with high disposal income.
The blockbuster premiere reflected shifting demographics across America Although

How an Indian Superhero Film Beat Hollywood Competitors

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Debra Riat
Kunwar Jay Banna
Mike Salko
Leading a company without using email, reading memos or going to endless meetings sounds like a pipe dream. But it’s a reality for Selim Bassoul, who has dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Leading a company without using email reading memos or going to endless

How a CEO With Dyslexia and ADHD Runs His Company

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Eriberto Koren
Kurt Brandenburg
Fran Black
Know what you can control, be in the moment and other tips from Marcus Aurelius, Seneca and Epictetus.
Know what you can control be in the moment and other tips

Rules for Modern Living From the Ancient Stoics

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Grace Chow
Patrick Boldea
Elisabeth Ambrose
How Amazon accidentally squished the Seattle market for bananas.
How Amazon accidentally squished the Seattle market for bananas

Amazon’s Latest Market Disruption: 1.7 Million Free Bananas

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Sara Jane
Eric Hernandez
Shannon Briggs
Health-food author Beatrice Trum Hunter felt meat, eggs and butter were all fine. She wanted "to stay with the foods that have supported human life for many, many generations.”
Healthfood author Beatrice Trum Hunter felt meat eggs and butter were all

Obituary: Beatrice Trum Hunter Crusaded for Organic Food Long Before It Was a Big Business

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Hiam Chipman
Pat Hall
Murray Bolesta
Tennys Sandgren's name does, indeed, sound just like the sport he plays. And right now he’s playing the best professional tennis of his career.
Tennys Sandgrens name does indeed sound just like the sport he plays

Meet the American Who’s Playing His First Major-Tournament Tennis Match at 25

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Judy Raber
AJ Bowlings
Most millennials have saved nothing for their first home -- and many are counting on Mom and Dad.
Most millennials have saved nothing for their first home and many are

Millennials Want to Buy Homes But Aren’t Saving for Down Payments

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Katie Benton
Earl F Grogan
Barbara Rosenthal Malin