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The Economist

23,468,136 followers
A company in New York has created a training system to expose men to scenarios of sexual harassment using virtual reality
Google and PricewaterhouseCoopers have expressed interest in using virtual reality to train their workforces about sexual harassment
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How do the super-rich manage their money? The 0.001%’s family offices are a new force in finance. Our cover this week econ.st/2EtWmva
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This week’s cartoon from KAL
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Theresa May has only one way out of the Brexit impasse. To go over the heads of MPs and call a second referendum. Our cover in Britain this week econ.st/2EtHQna
In the past decade the number of three-point shots in the NBA has increased. What is behind this rise? Sponsored by @DXCTechnology
Tattoos are more mainstream than ever before, but how does having one affect people's chances of getting a job?
March 29th will mark the start of a search for someone to blame. Whodunnit? econ.st/2EcY8R0
The non-medical use of prescription opioids has become West Africa’s latest drug crisis. Easy access to Codeine and Tramadol is fueling the crisis
Is the end in sight for the fax machine? We consider the role of the humble technology in the 21st century in this week's "Babbage" podcast. Subcribe on iTunes: econ.st/2RRM3E0 Acast: econ.st/2Esvlb9
The average size of a player in the NBA has decreased in the past five years. Leaner, more skillful players are now preferred to bigger, less-skillful ones.
In the 1990s two-point shots were all the rage in the NBA. But data analysis showed that these shots provide the least bang for your buck
The non-medical use of prescription opioids has become West Africa’s latest drug crisis
In the past decade the number of three-point shots in the NBA has increased. What is behind this rise?
The satellite business is booming, and the race is on to connect the entire world to the internet. In this week's "Babbage" podcast, @halhod and @kncukier analyse the new space race. Subcribe on iTunes: econ.st/2EsB9Bv Acast: econ.st/2RPIVZn
Who might replace Theresa May if she is ousted as Conservative leader? Boris Johnson is the current betting-market favourite
Who might replace Theresa May if she is ousted as Conservative leader? Boris Johnson is the current betting-market favourite econ.st/2RVQm1k
The United Nations says that 90% of all pharmaceutical-opioid seizures in 2016 took place in West Africa. What is fueling West Africa’s latest drug crisis?
China and America are battling for dominance in the global semiconductor industry
More than two million people have fled Venezuela since 2014. The former mayor of Caracas is one of them
A Brexit that disappoints many and an economy that is stuttering could give Labour a good chance of winning for the first time since 2005 econ.st/2RwYs03
America and its allies lead the world in chipmaking, but China has big ambitions
A data-driven technology is giving doctors a winning edge in the battle against strokes
China and America are not just fighting a trade war. They are also battling to dominate semiconductors, a vital industry of the future
 
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