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It’s pushing to be the planet’s most powerful broadcaster with the launch of its subscription service. CEO Susan Wojcicki tells us why YouTube is no longer just for the kids.
I wrote at the beginning of January that economic conditions this year were set to be as weak as in 2015, which was the worst year since the global financial crisis erupted in 2008. And, as has happened repeatedly over the last decade, a few months into the year, others’ more optimistic forecasts are being revised downward.
How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.
Even as the militant group loses ground in Iraq, many Sunnis say they have no hope for peace. One family’s story shows why.
Yuck. (ed’s note -- my rule was simple, review had to be 360 degrees, otherwise, piss off)
Grading individuals against objectives set 12 months previously feels ridiculously old-school.
A newly discovered painting awaits designation as a lost Caravaggio. Rachel Campbell-Johnston picks apart the notoriously tricky business of authenticating works of art.
What’s the point of economic policymakers?
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