The time is now. Traditional media and entertainment players whose revenue patterns have been in free fall need to rethink their business models or try to thwart their digital rivals.
No, says consultancy Bain & Co.
We often think of democracy in terms of procedures (elections) or ideals (liberty). But really democracy is something more practical: a way of managing clashes of interests in complex societies where many different groups have conflicting agendas.
Why technological advances are our only hope.
It has been a popular belief that energy is one of the “commanding heights” of the economy – an area of particular national interest, where government control and policy can have an unusually beneficial influence on stability and growth. The idea is that there are “Commanding Heights” in the economy and that the government is capable of commanding them.
Ratings agencies must take some of the blame for market instability - again
Will hedge funds continue to feature as prominently in the global economy over the next five years as they have in the last half decade?
Delaying the introduction of derivatives in China will make no difference to their impact
How realistic is it to say that when you need the money?
Would an Aussie peg work?
Currencies are best constructed a-politically
If you don't like the bill, don't have the kids
2 factors directly affecting the value of today's Google options
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