Bloomberg Businessweek - October 24, 2016 - January 6, 2017

Publisher: Bloomberg LP
Category: Business, News
Language: English
Frequency : Weekly
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2017 - Consumers won’t spend, businesses won’t invest, and disappointment breeds disappointment—but things are looking up if you know where to look. Global Economics - Profiting off Brexit; power plays in China; inflation; Peru’s president; tax reform in India; Europe’s far right and elections; the new Thai king; U.S. labor. Tech - Siri-usly; a slo-mo bust; a glut of VR; immigrant-run startups; Europe bashes U.S. tech; smarter Chinese phones; undersea cables; AI talks to the dead. Finance - The next crisis; a merger scorecard; unhappy hedge funds; Brexit and banks; reinsurance; a Chinese bubble; TIAA’s Ferguson; what’s 17-Across?. Retail - Experiences for sale; cleaner cotton; who buys what; ¡viva mezcal!; reruns aren’t what they used to be; mobile wallets; Chipotle’s Ells; Illy of Illycaffè. Energy - American muscle; Russian crude; clouds over solar; nuclear relics; Saudi oil cuts; China’s reserves; exploration; Petrobras’s Parente; EIA’s Sieminski.

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