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The Economist | Business

The deadly sins and the workplace

Nobody’s perfect. Managers should not forget that…

Can Larry Fink survive the ESG culture wars?

Between BlackRock and a hard place…

What Italian business makes of Giorgia Meloni

Bosses are gearing up to work with the right-wing government…

Matrimony is one of India’s biggest businesses

The wedding industry is a marriage of everything…

Why some chipmakers are hurting much more than others

TSMC and Samsung illustrate the industry’s diverging fortunes…

The Economist | International

Could the war in Ukraine go nuclear?

Sixty years after the Cuban missile crisis, the world again worries about nuclear war…

How Russia is trying to win over the global south

Its propaganda is deceptive, multilingual and well-funded. But does it work?

An election that could make the global internet safer for autocrats

Vladimir Putin is keen to see a Russian lead the International Telecommunication Union…

Some of the new king’s realms may become republics

The queen’s passing gives them an opportunity to break the link to the British crown…

How covid-19 spurred governments to snoop on sewage

Monitoring wastewater can help track diseases, drugs and even explosives…

The Economist | U.S.

What Donald Trump understands

He has a grim view of human nature, and he exploited it shrewdly—to a point…

John Fetterman is a canny politician

And there’s nothing wrong with that. His campaign holds some lessons for the Democratic party…

What to expect from the new SCOTUS term

Rulings on gay rights, affirmative action and elections will make some Americans very cross…

How to spot a swing voter

The average swing voter this year is a young Hispanic male without a college education…

What Carmel, Indiana, can teach America about urbanism

Growth is popular, if it is well planned…

Fox News

Pelosi torches Trump, predicts Dems will sweep midterms during 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' appearance

Nancy Pelosi stopped by "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" to predict that Democrats will "hold the House" in the midterms and made a joke about former President Donald Trump.

McConnell, extreme insults and a climate violence

Former President Donald Trump hardly invented the media's culture of demonization but his ability to escalate has led to some supporters taking his jokes too literally.

Who is Brazil's socialist, ex-con candidate for president?

Lula won 48% in Brazil’s election despite convictions for corruption and accusations of being mastermind of a kickback and bribery scheme involving some of Brazil’s largest companies.

Supreme Court on Tuesday to debate alleged racial gerrymandering in Alabama redistricting plan

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday on whether Alabama engaged in racial gerrymandering.

Biden White House effort to spin 'Where's Jackie' gaffe raises media eyebrows: 'People were taken aback'

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's poorly received effort to spin President Biden's…

The Guardian

Liz Truss refuses to commit to raising benefits in line with inflation – UK politics live

Prime minister says she is committed to ‘supporting most vulnerable’ but stresses need to be ‘fiscally responsible’Truss was asked about her views on what she has described as “obstacles to growth” replying that she was intent on pressing…

Russia no longer has full control of any of four ‘annexed’ Ukrainian provinces

Kyiv’s troops advanced in southern Kherson province and made additional gains in eastRussia-Ukraine war – live updatesRussia no longer has full control of any of the four provinces of Ukraine it says it annexed last week after Ukrainian troops ad…

Image of Bruce Saunders’ legs in woodchipper kept murder accused awake at night, court hears

Gregory Lee Roser denies feeding friend into chipper and told police in 2018 it wasn’t in his nature ‘to be nasty to people’Get our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastThe image of Bruce Saunders’ legs in a woodchipper…

Newlywed among four women chosen to run Antarctic outpost

British women beat 6,000 applicants to spend five months counting penguins and running post office on Goudier IslandIt was one of the strangest of job alerts: a call to run the world’s most remote, coldest post office – on an island with no perma…

‘Shocked and saddened’: Queensland attorney general concerned by police failure to investigate alleged gang rape

Shannon Fentiman says she will meet with Karen Iles after raising the matter with the police ministerGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastQueensland’s attorney general says she was “shocked and saddened” by revelat…

New York Times

Russia’s War in Ukraine Sends Swedish Marines Into the Arms of NATO

Russia’s war in Ukraine has sent marines from famously neutral Sweden into the arms of NATO, where they have begun working with American forces.

Climate Change for Preschoolers: A TV Show Explores Unmapped Ground

There are almost no books, TV shows or other tools to help parents and teachers talk to preschoolers about climate change. “Octonauts: Above and Beyond” is one of the first to try.

What Video Footage Reveals About the Protests in Iran

The New York Times analyzed dozens of videos circulating online for insights about what is propelling the demonstrations, and how women are leading the movement.

Ukraine Presses Forward on Two Fronts as Horrors of War Linger

A reclaimed village provides a glimpse of the toll of a sweeping counteroffensive in the east. Kremlin-installed officials said they had also lost ground in the south, as Moscow acknowledged that the borders of the territory it has illegally annexed…

Small Leak Is Still Visible From Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Swedish Officials Say

Damage to the gas line was discovered last week under the Baltic Sea.

South China Morning Post

Vaccines shouldn’t be the deciding factor for China’s zero-Covid policy. Here’s why

Argument that Chinese shots are less effective than others isn’t strong – they’ve still been shown to reduce the death toll. But the country needs a healthcare system that can cope.

Apple’s iPhone exports from India set to double in the next year in diversification away from China

iPhone exports from India in the April to September period surpassed US$1 billion and could reach US$2.5 billion in the year through March 2023.

How do crowd disasters like Indonesia’s football tragedy happen and can they be prevented?

Fight-or-flight response triggered by radical change in environment, crowd density among key factors for disasters, experts say.

Using restraints which can impede mentally-disabled students’ breathing breaches Hong Kong guidelines, warns protection group

Education Bureau guidelines state that restraints used on students cannot affect their breathing.

Singapore proposes new law to tackle harmful online content

Under the bill, regulators can order social media platforms to block ‘egregious content’ including posts advocating violence and terrorism or depictions of child sexual exploitation.

The Straits Times

Grim winter looms as wartime Ukraine braces itself for infrastructure attacks

October 04, 2022 4:07 PMOfficials say this winter will be the harshest in decades, where temperatures can fall to minus 20 deg C.

UK to propose asylum ban on Channel migrants

October 04, 2022 3:42 PMThe new powers were designed to create a blanket ban on anyone who enters Britain illegally, including on small boats across the Channel, from claiming refuge.

Truss yet to decide on UK benefits as fresh row looms with MPs

October 04, 2022 3:32 PMShe said pensioners would see a payments rise but did not say other welfare recipients would too.  …

Fund managers' net-zero path 'irrevocably flawed', study finds

October 04, 2022 3:28 PMLONDON - Most asset managers that promised to eliminate their financed emissions by 2050 have failed to submit plausible plans toward achieving that goal, according to a fresh analysis of the process.

About 90 heads of state confirmed for COP27 climate summit, host Egypt says

October 04, 2022 2:57 PMCAIRO - About 90 heads of state have confirmed attendance at November's COP27 climate negotiations in Egypt where they will address issues including energy transition and food security at opening sessions, a senior Egyptian of…

Sydney Morning Herald

Indigenous barrister, concussion lawyer to investigate Hawks

An Indigenous barrister and a King’s Counsel who is leading the AFL’s concussion probe are expected to be appointed to the panel that will investigate the Hawthorn scandal.

Clearing the Logue jam: The moves which could open up the Jackson and Grundy trades

The Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker trade could open up deals for Luke Jackson and Brodie Grundy trades.

Essendon lost faith in their new CEO. How did it come to this?

Andrew Thorburn has decided he is not prepared to give up his position with City on a Hill church. Fair enough. What is unfathomable is how the Bombers could have made this appointment without doing an exhaustive check on his background.

Boo Roo: Latrell not the only Australian set for frosty Cup reception

Latrell Mitchell won’t be the only Kangaroos star facing boos at this year’s World Cup.

Jupiter is closest it's been to earth in nearly 60 years

Jupiter is visible in South-East Queensland and residents have been taking photos from different locations.


Beginner Guide to CJ Affiliate (Commission Junction) in 2022

Image by vectorjuice on FreepikIn this CJ Affiliate guide, I will share with you everything you need to get started on the platform, I will give you an in-depth look at the network and how it works.You will learn how to earn money with the platform.

Canva Review 2022: Details, Pricing & Features

Are you looking for a new graphic design tool? Would you like to read a detailed review of Canva? As it's one of the tools I love using. I am also writing my first ebook using canva and publish it soon on my site you can download it is free.  Le…


   The marketing industry is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) as a way to save time and execute smarter, more personalized campaigns. 61% of marketers say AI software is the most important aspect of their data strategy.  If…

Most Frequently Asked Questions About Affiliate Marketing

There are lots of questions floating around about how affiliate marketing works, what to do and what not to do when it comes to setting up a business. With so much uncertainty surrounding both personal and business aspects of affiliate marketing. In…

Sellfy Review 2022: How Good Is This Ecommerce Platform?

 Are you searching for an ecomerce platform to help you build an online store and sell products?In this Sellfy review, we'll talk about how this eCommerce platform can let you sell digital products while keeping full control of your marketing.An…

Wall Street Journal

North Korea Launches Missile Over Japan

North Korea flew a missile over Japan for the first time since 2017, Seoul and Tokyo officials said, a significant escalation that led to Japan issuing warnings for citizens to take shelter.

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Gets Second Shot at Re-Election

Polls underestimated first-round voter support for the incumbent, who gained over 43% of the vote and a chance to face leftist rival Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in an Oct. 30 runoff.

Biden Administration Works to Woo Latin American Leftist Leaders

Secretary of State Antony Blinken is traveling in South America as part of an effort to engage some of the continent’s new leftist leaders as the U.S. worries about the future of policies for the war against drugs, migration and trade.

Ukraine Pushes South Into Strategic Kherson Region

Ukrainian forces broke through Russian lines and made new advances in the southern Kherson region while expanding their rapid offensive in the east, retaking areas that Moscow now claims to be part of Russia.

U.K. Makes Major U-Turn on Tax Cuts

The U.K. government backtracked on a part of its broad tax-cut plan after facing a backlash from financial markets and a rebellion in its own ranks, marking a setback for new Prime Minister Liz Truss.


Elon Musk’s Half-Baked Robot Is a Clunky First Step

Tesla’s Optimus robot did not dazzle robotics experts and can’t yet walk. But if the project delivers, it could give the company an edge in manufacturing.

Success on Twitch No Longer Comes on Twitch

Major streamers are stepping back from the Twitch grind, and smaller ones fear the platform is more interested in removing features than growing audiences.

How to Shop Like a Pro During Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale

We've got tips to help you cut through the clutter to find the real deals.

The Best Security Cameras for Inside Your Home

Cameras can offer peace of mind, but choose carefully when you’re inviting one into your home.

The Surprisingly Enjoyable Rise of the Streaming Meta-Comedy

Hulu’s Reboot and HBO Max’s Irma Vep update showbiz satire for the binge-watching era.


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