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United’s chief executive change provides another reason for activists to put the airline back on their radar, writes  @rob_cyran.  https://bit.ly/2qtg4BM
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United’s chief executive change provides another reason for activists to put the airline back on their radar, writes @rob_cyran. https://bit.ly/2qtg4BM

Watch: United Airlines is ditching its independent chair, making Oscar Munoz executive head of the board with Scott Kirby replacing him as CEO. @rob_cyran explains why this is a subpar move. https://reut.rs/2OVPY3Q

Saudi Aramco finally pulled off its $25.6 billion initial public offering. But the world’s biggest stock market listing has in one way accomplished the opposite of its intended goal, writes  @gfhay.  https://bit.ly/33URGGN
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Saudi Aramco finally pulled off its $25.6 billion initial public offering. But the world’s biggest stock market listing has in one way accomplished the opposite of its intended goal, writes @gfhay. https://bit.ly/33URGGN

Aston Martin's shares soared after reports that billionaire Lawrence Stroll may bid for a controlling stake. Getting a decent return on investment would be a 007-style task.  @CGAThompson  @AntonyMCurrie  https://bit.ly/387mbfY
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Aston Martin's shares soared after reports that billionaire Lawrence Stroll may bid for a controlling stake. Getting a decent return on investment would be a 007-style task. @CGAThompson @AntonyMCurrie https://bit.ly/387mbfY

Viewsroom podcast: A possible snap election in Germany could end Angela Merkel’s time in power sooner than expected. Plus: a massive Australian bank scandal. Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33VFiWS

Months of violent clashes raise fresh doubts about Hong Kong as a functioning financial centre. So long as mainland China’s alternative centres tick fewer boxes, though, the city will retain its relative appeal, writes  @peter_tl:  http://bit.ly/33ZalkZ
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Months of violent clashes raise fresh doubts about Hong Kong as a functioning financial centre. So long as mainland China’s alternative centres tick fewer boxes, though, the city will retain its relative appeal, writes @peter_tl: http://bit.ly/33ZalkZ

Nicholas Lemann’s “Transaction Man” shows how the move from stable institutions to a deal-oriented economy benefited the rich and disempowered the rest. Active interest groups and pluralism can redress the balance, says Martin Hutchinson. Read the review:  https://bit.ly/38f6Z0a
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Nicholas Lemann’s “Transaction Man” shows how the move from stable institutions to a deal-oriented economy benefited the rich and disempowered the rest. Active interest groups and pluralism can redress the balance, says Martin Hutchinson. Read the review: https://bit.ly/38f6Z0a

India faces severe water shortages that threaten economic progress -  @ugalani breaks down some solutions in the first  @Breakingviews  #Predictions2020 event in Mumbai
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India faces severe water shortages that threaten economic progress - @ugalani breaks down some solutions in the first @Breakingviews #Predictions2020 event in Mumbai

In India “we are growing water-guzzling crops in drought-afflicted regions. It’s illogical and means we are essentially exporting water,” argues Amit Chandra of Bain  @breakingviews Mumbai  #Predictions
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In India “we are growing water-guzzling crops in drought-afflicted regions. It’s illogical and means we are essentially exporting water,” argues Amit Chandra of Bain @breakingviews Mumbai #Predictions

Uber has released data on the number of sexual assaults and fatal attacks over 2.3 billion U.S. rides taken in 2017 and 2018. Ideally, they should aim for zero. But measuring the challenge is one way to credibly tackle it, writes  @jennifersaba.  https://bit.ly/33POvAc
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Uber has released data on the number of sexual assaults and fatal attacks over 2.3 billion U.S. rides taken in 2017 and 2018. Ideally, they should aim for zero. But measuring the challenge is one way to credibly tackle it, writes @jennifersaba. https://bit.ly/33POvAc

Watch: Ping An is listing its OneConnect unit at one-third below its last valuation. It’s the latest in a string of float flubs for the Chinese insurer. @ClaraDFMarques and @AlecMac11 discuss what this means for its tech credentials. https://reut.rs/33XQ9Qm

Saudi Arabia’s oil giant Aramco starts trading as a $1.7 trillion public company next week. An agreement by OPEC and its allies to cut oil production, brokered by Saudi’s new energy minister, can only help, writes  @gfhay.  https://bit.ly/2roYXRQ
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Saudi Arabia’s oil giant Aramco starts trading as a $1.7 trillion public company next week. An agreement by OPEC and its allies to cut oil production, brokered by Saudi’s new energy minister, can only help, writes @gfhay. https://bit.ly/2roYXRQ

Podcast: A politically divided Germany faces a possible snap election in 2020, which could prematurely end Angela Merkel’s leadership. Columnists discuss on Viewsroom. https://bit.ly/2PmE8yu

From  @Breakingviews: Uber disclosing its sexual assault data is the first step in tackling an ugly problem  https://reut.rs/2YoJA83
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From @Breakingviews: Uber disclosing its sexual assault data is the first step in tackling an ugly problem https://reut.rs/2YoJA83

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