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Make Twitter Great Again: Twitter in the Age of Trump

Is the president of the United States quickening Twitter’s downward spiral, or saving it from its own demise?

The answer isn’t in Twitter’s favor, that’s for sure: even as one of contemporary social media’s biggest players, the company… 1,396 more words

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China Mobile’s net profit remains stable, slightly up 2 percent in 2016

China Mobile Limited, the largest telecommunications services provider in Mainland China, announced on March 23 a 0.2 percent increase in its 2016 net profit compared to a year earlier, despite a one-off gain boosting the net profit of previous year. 503 more words


Hong Kong stocks rise to 18-month high, driven by China banks and internet giant Tencent

Hong Kong stocks closed at an 18-month high on Wednesday, breaking above 24,100 points, due to the inflow of capital into Chinese bank stocks as well as internet giant Tencent. 327 more words


Hong Kong Stocks Fell Modestly, Following China’s Inflation and Crude Oil Rally

By Jia Yizhen

HONG KONG , Feb. 14, 2017

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index closed down 0.03 percent, falling for the first time after four days of gains, due to the unexpectedly high inflation data from China and the rise of crude oil prices. 363 more words

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Dear Mike Bloomberg,

This open letter to Mike Bloomberg was necessitated by the recipient having no email and no mailing address. I did not want to make my thoughts public, but here they are. 572 more words

The Finest Names In Finance

At the end of this month I will escape financial journalism, my professional home for the last six years – four covering pensions and asset management for Institutional Investor Euromoney and two writing about the financial adviser side for the Financial Times. 349 more words