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Economist

AS DISTRESSED assets go, the Weinstein Company (TWC) is uniquely distressing. Much of its value was bound up in the brands of its eponymous founding brothers, one of whom, Harvey Weinstein, has been accused of sexual harassment and of assault by dozens of women in the film industry in America [...]
Thursday 19th October, 2017
THE proposal to sell shares in Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest oil company, stunned the financial markets last year. Muhammad bin Salman, now Saudi Arabia's crown prince, promised that it would be the biggest initial public offering (IPO) of all time, valuing Aramco at $2trn. It was to be the [...]
Thursday 19th October, 2017
Alabama bound LIKE an airliner in service, Bombardier's C-Series programme has had multiple highs and lows. In 2008 the Canadian firm began its attempt to break Airbus and Boeing's duopoly on smaller jets, spooking the pair into upgrading their own models. Costs and delays pushed it near bankruptcy in 2015, followed [...]
Thursday 19th October, 2017

Financial Times

The country's wealthy families are bringing their own cash to bear on start-ups [...]
Friday 20th October, 2017
Top business people from other industries are piling into fledgling lenders [...]
Friday 20th October, 2017
Big sums have been sunk in region's start-ups, but the strategy is shifting [...]
Thursday 19th October, 2017

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