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The Economist: Business
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Bollywood helps inspire a boom in Indian domestic tourism
Film locations encourage new visitors
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The collapse of an American retail giant
Sears’s troubles are acute but not unique
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Cannabis stocks go ever higher
The value of grass is growing
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Weight Watchers rebrands itself for an anti-diet era
Will a thinner name bring fatter profits?
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Can Sonos beat back the tech giants?
An American maker of high-end wireless speakers battles Google and Amazon
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The shale boom has made America the world’s top oil producer
Fracking firms are over their free-spending years but new challenges loom
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Chief executives win the pay lottery
A buoyant stockmarket, more than skill, has enriched bosses
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Reasons for firms to steer clear of Saudi Arabia
The palace interferes with impunity in all aspects of Saudi life, including business
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Paul Allen leaves a lasting legacy both at Microsoft and in Seattle
The co-founder of the world’s largest software company dies at 65
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China’s grip on electronics manufacturing will be hard to break
Will the supply chain bifurcate, between East and West?
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Europe’s transport unions are growing in strength
That is good news for pilots and drivers, but less so for everyone else
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Minds do matter
There is more acceptance of mental-health issues at work
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Competition is hotting up in the coffee industry
A deal between Illy and JAB is the latest sign
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The social network shuts down in disgrace
Avoiding bad publicity is, well, bad publicity
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Investors are pouring money into food delivery in India
And for now, losing it
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Unilever stays in London
The maker of Marmite remains in Britain, for now
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The notion that the City needs to shrink is gathering momentum
It is mistaken
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Established firms try dancing to a millennial tune
Some are finding it surprisingly easy
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Elon Musk’s grip on Tesla loosens
He remains the chief executive, but will report to a new chairman
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The EU’s new privacy law is starting to bite Facebook
The social network is likely to face more limits on how it uses data
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Thyssenkrupp splits under pressure from activists
It is one of many European industrial stalwarts to break asunder
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Wind-powered ships are making a comeback
A maritime technology from the 1920s is back in fashion
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John Flannery could not repair GE’s past mistakes quickly enough
Larry Culp, his successor, may be better placed to usher in change
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How to run a calm workplace
A management book that is refreshingly different
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China grapples with trademark infringement—of its own brands
A few foreign firms there are winning larger trademark-related awards, too
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