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The Economist
American CEOs earn 300 times as much as the average worker-up from 25 times in the '70s. A new book argues for change econ.st/12qfO4L
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60% of substandard housing lies in just ten countries, led by China, India and Nigeria econ.st/1vYHGrE pic.twitter.com/3apAmjqWGM
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President Xi Jinping has quickly become the most powerful Chinese leader since Deng Xiaoping econ.st/1uQ4XYy pic.twitter.com/EgWJiJgMo2
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America's Supreme Court justices have been uncharacteristically silent of late, despite a rather busy October. Why? econ.st/1tklAPi
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"He talks like the emperor Napoleon." Is Barrack Obama a narcissist? The facts suggest not econ.st/1woKZrb pic.twitter.com/lybUUD2BxW
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View our Editor's weekly article picks, take this week's quiz and listen to Economist Radio via our Facebook tab econ.st/1D7zHIO
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Winter hasn't always been the deadliest season. A taste for summer warfare killed many a noble econ.st/1wmkTVL pic.twitter.com/PKVj8g9Rqr
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Remembering Ben Bradlee - the Washington Post editor who toppled President Richard Nixon econ.st/12pyXUg pic.twitter.com/2TnV7RwJnY
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Is Number 10 prepared to gamble Britain's national interest on a policy shaped by populists? econ.st/1sXC3HP pic.twitter.com/9ASwbm8U3Q
Coffee break bulletin: our three minute round up of the week's business news econ.st/1wmKZI0 pic.twitter.com/j4QNtZGsrY
How much city-dwellers overpay for housing. View and interact with our #Dailychart via econ.st/1trtSVI pic.twitter.com/YeIPT6e6rB
What makes some conflicts so intractable? The Economist explains what defines a frozen conflict econ.st/1tqa19d
Oscar Pistorius's case has raised questions about justice and equality in South Africa econ.st/1nBO8mR pic.twitter.com/HXN0xJ4ifW
The biggest threat to a future full of driverless cars? Cheap humans econ.st/1wmlNkS pic.twitter.com/GNtqnkCgT3
Mobile-phone records are an invaluable tool to combat Ebola econ.st/1wn9kgM pic.twitter.com/RV1iG4Z4WX
China's debt is continuing to soar. To rein it in, it must be willing to let companies fail econ.st/1wqMJ20 pic.twitter.com/tYHYlvSSJY
Tracking the journey of a virus: our interactive map of the Ebola outbreak econ.st/1wmpNlp pic.twitter.com/uTHhW5CW7d
China is developing clean sources of energy. The problem is getting them used econ.st/12jsytI pic.twitter.com/J6MKif1J07
Shinzo Abe says he knows the right measure of carrot and stick to apply with North Korea. Not everyone is persuaded econ.st/1sS03Mh
An unexpected source of methane just keeps popping up and is turning out to be significant econ.st/1wlayJx pic.twitter.com/OIF1LYSeSX
Emerging markets were supposed to bail developed economies out of the financial crisis. What happened? econ.st/1wk8BwX
Nigeria and Senegal have contained Ebola. Can other countries learn from this success? econ.st/1sOSeqR pic.twitter.com/zY795Yqn8b
The risk of a new and painful global economic downturn, though still small, is growing econ.st/1wk7UDW
The barnyard battle for Iowa's Senate seat could decide who controls the Senate econ.st/1nzwyQi pic.twitter.com/nT98B9U3fa
Apple's new contactless-payment technology might truly change the way we pay for things when we go abroad econ.st/12e1xIa
Without a carrot to dangle, Apple Pay may find fewer customers willing to bite econ.st/1DzSM8S pic.twitter.com/58SMZSjJ5C
Protesters in New York claim an opera is anti-Semitic, inflammatory, and "justifies terrorism" econ.st/1wk5dSK pic.twitter.com/U4qWokqL99
Who will win the battle for America's Senate? Keep up-to-date with our interactive map econ.st/1wk7Cgo pic.twitter.com/8aqw7ZViEn
Frieze Masters may well become the most important art fair of its kind in London econ.st/12b2Doe pic.twitter.com/mQFRSlsVUw
Tesco reports a fall in pre-tax profits of 92%. Investors should take heed; misstating accounts has a long tradition econ.st/12iBP5e
One of the most sincere renderings of a collection of 20th century classics by a living artist econ.st/1wjUtUx pic.twitter.com/IVNo2g2OEI
The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: econ.st/1wrvFJr
Both of Britain's main residential property taxes are ripe for reform econ.st/1tgVLzF pic.twitter.com/G3ew9HqZtO
Ebola in graphics - up to date with the latest figures econ.st/1wmaycq pic.twitter.com/TwbGAJEwCf
Christophe de Margerie, the boss of Total, died on October 20th. Our 2008 profile econ.st/1vSFlyo #econarchive pic.twitter.com/Pc6WORiOGM
Victoria's secret: how much to bag a pair of Queen Victoria's knickers? A mere £6,200 ($9,900) econ.st/1vMwPRm pic.twitter.com/tlw1QLaIIl
#Dailychart: Euro-zone debts are looking increasingly unsustainable. But how bad is it? econ.st/1wmB7hw pic.twitter.com/3A2xtmjda9
Win a USD$25,000 scholarship to a partnering business school in our Brightest Minds contest. One week left to enter: econ.st/1wmde9K
The Economist explains why America has been slow to adopt modern credit-card technology econ.st/1wmczFv pic.twitter.com/4US8u5CRMQ
This week's cover preview: Europe's economy October 25th – 31st 2014 Read for free via: econ.st/12hIRHG pic.twitter.com/SyFCmM6zHs
Attacks on soldiers in Canada have stirred talk of global action against terror econ.st/1wqNkRt pic.twitter.com/We6uMGU5zq
Foreign direct investment into Myanmar tripled in three years to $2.6 billion in 2013 econ.st/123OTLP pic.twitter.com/ioOGsHq6Er
The Irish government plans to alter one of its more controversial tax policies econ.st/1rAMwVA pic.twitter.com/5ulfdYkb6n
The level of China's poverty is a matter of some contention and confusion econ.st/1vI1sHG
The long debate in America over "net neutrality" is inching towards some form of compromise econ.st/1vCsDDN pic.twitter.com/h5GbdXGFFM
Talk of changes to clubs and casinos suggests Japan is ready to loosen up a little econ.st/1vHqoPB pic.twitter.com/asr7g94Pvo
Pakistan's blasphemy law has particular resonance in the Republic of Ireland. Here's why: econ.st/11SH1g6 pic.twitter.com/WeMCyro9lh
Serbia is caught between its European ambitions and its prime minister's autocratic drift econ.st/11W2ipd
The supermarket wars in Britain are likely to intensify as upstarts gobble up market share econ.st/1wjdA0R pic.twitter.com/3QaM63ZpNo