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April 2014

Night of the Walking Oil Rig

By - April 17, 2014

It’s a beautiful thing when technology meets the oil industry. Because this translates into higher efficiency and, ultimately, more profit. Pennsylvania-based, drilling equipment manufacturer, Schramm Inc., cracked the code by giving its oil rigs a new pair of legs, setting…

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Will Price Cuts at Tesco Restore Profits?

By - April 17, 2014

After the second year of a profit decline, multinational grocer and general retailer Tesco (TESO) attempts to redeem itself, but is its CEO’s master plan enough to win back its customers’ hearts? The retail giant (the world’s third largest) has…

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Rise of the Princelings

By - April 16, 2014

Foreign investment in China remains limited, at best. In many ways, it’s a state-controlled economy, with the gateways of investment in the hands of government officials. This makes it especially difficult for outsiders to invest in areas such as finance,…

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Citigroup Silences Critics With Earnings Beat

Media headlines, far and wide, trashed Citigroup (C) and its CEO, Michael Corbat, for failing the Federal Reserve’s recent “stress test.” But this massive financial institution had something else in store for the naysayers. As the old adage goes, “Success…

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Technology Proves Dogs Are “Man’s Best Friend”

For centuries, humans have revered dogs as “man’s best friend.” There’s something about the little furry guys that always seems so in tune with human interaction and emotion. Dogs have a keen sense of joy, sadness and danger. Take Lassie,…

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Doctors Ditch Needles for Microchips

There were three dreaded words we all hated as children: a doctor’s visit. Just the thought of the needle puncturing your skin invokes images of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde flashing before your very eyes. As adults, the usual needle-and-syringe…

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Don’t Expect Miracles From China’s Regulators

By - April 10, 2014

The ever-trusting bull investors have replaced Aladdin’s genie with China’s regulators. But frankly, they don’t have the magic to avert every crisis in this emerging market. Reuters‘ Jon Gordon gets the skinny from Breakingviews‘ Peter Thal Larsen on what investors should beware of……

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Russia’s Favorite Weapon

By - April 9, 2014

Mikhail Kalashnikov, creator of the AK-47, would undoubtedly be proud of the weapon that Russia is using right now against Ukraine. While it’s not the famed assault rifle he created in 1946, it does have a comparable amount of persuasive…

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Not All China Tech IPOs Are Created Equal

By - April 9, 2014

Three China tech IPOs are set to hit the United States market. Though investors dismiss the trio as a whole, they’d be wise to give them another look, individually. Breakingviews’ John Foley tells Reuters‘ Jon Gordon that it would be a terrible…

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What Investors Want Out of India’s Election

By - April 8, 2014

Results of the India elections could set back big retailers like Wal-Mart and Tesco, but foreign investors may be in for huge profits. Breakingviews’ Andy Mukherjee explains why with Reuters‘ Tara Joseph… The Foreign Investor’s Candidate Tara Joseph says: “Modi’s manifesto, Andy,…

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India Begins World’s Biggest General Election

By - April 7, 2014

The race is on… The 2014 India elections just kicked off with Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi taking a strong lead. What an honor to be selected as the main opposition candidate in the world’s biggest election, and to possibly win…

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One Country, Two Stock Markets No Longer?

By - April 4, 2014

Investors cheer with the thought of having mutual access to the China exchanges (Hong Kong and Shanghai). But instead of a big bang, Breakingviews’ Peter Thal Larsen argues that such a change may cause a slowdown in funds. Reuters’ Tara Joseph gleans nuggets from…

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Car-to-Car Warning System Set for America’s Roads

By - April 4, 2014

It sounds like the sequel to the movie Cars. More talking cars? Maybe so! America can’t wait to get its paws on this news-breaking technology that’s designed to prevent accidents. The new invention uses vehicle-to-vehicle (v2v) technology in order to alert…

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Central Bankers: The Floggings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

The European debt crisis is over? No, the European debt crisis is still raging. Recent unrest in Spain and disinflation (declining rate of inflation) across the Eurozone remind us that all is not well in Europe. Deflationary pressures are of…

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Big Spender Alibaba May Need a Reality Check

By - April 3, 2014

E-commerce behemoth Alibaba is buying firms left and right. But is it all too much? Its IPO is just around the bend… Breakingviews’ Peter Thal Larsen assesses Alibaba’s recent buying binge with Reuters‘ Tara Joseph. Too Much, Too Soon Tara Joseph says: “When…

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Germany Suffers As Ukraine Crisis Grows

By - April 2, 2014

As the world watches the events that unfold in Russia and the Ukraine, it could be argued that no one is more directly affected than Europe from an energy standpoint. Depending on Russia for most of their energy needs, Europe…

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How Long Can China Internet ‘Gold Rush’ Last?

By - April 2, 2014

Investors use bonds to enter the China internet sector. Now, U.S.-listed firms are in a fund-raising frenzy. Is the time right? Breakingviews’ Peter Thal Larsen expresses his doubt to Reuters’ Tara Joseph… All That Glitters is Gold Tara Joseph says: “Maybe we should…

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In Japan, Higher Grocery Bills Add to a Leader’s Burden

By - April 1, 2014

On the eve of the Japan sales tax hike, a few brave souls ventured out into the supermarket to make last-minute purchases. When the clock hit 12:00 am last night (April 1), Japan’s sales tax jumped from 5% to 8%.…

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