Rich Asians Give Deutsche Bank Crazy Growth Potential

In Read about how not even fruit bowls are safe in Deutsche Bank’s cost clampdown Since taking over in April, Sewing has announced has talked about the need to expand some operations. Wealth management in Asia, the Americas and Europe has been identified as among the bank’s most important areas…

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Fix Wikipedia’s Gender Problem

Miriam Adelson is an accomplished physician who has published around a hundred research papers on the physiology and treatment of addiction. She also runs a high-profile substance-abuse clinic in Las Vegas. Oh, and she’s the publisher of Israel’s largest newspaper and, with her billionaire husband Sheldon, a philanthropist and influential…

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Trump Wont Kill Off Germanys Trade Surplus

Germany’s trade surplus is likely to stay large no matter how hard Donald Trump tries to make it disappear. The U.S. president has accused his ancestral homeland — his grandfather was a German immigrant — of unfair trade practices and threatened the country with import levies on cars. Time is…

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Papa John’s Founder Comes Out Swinging After Earnings Miss

racist slur on a conference call — unleashing a wave of backlash — the pizza chain had trouble attracting diners in a fiercely Read More: Papa John’s Second Quarter Revenue Misses Lowest Estimate The company, however, says Schnatter’s recent controversy is weighing down performance, especially since news broke in mid-July…

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Trump, Juncker Tout Deal Pulling Back From U.S.-EU Trade War

President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to suspend new tariffs while negotiating over trade, pulling the U.S. and Europe back from the edge of a transatlantic trade war. The leaders pledged to expand European imports of U.S. liquefied natural gas and soybeans and both vowed to…

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Putins Soccer Ball for Trump Had Transmitter Chip, Logo Indicates

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s gift of a soccer ball to U.S. President tweeted, “I’d check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House.” It turns out they weren’t entirely wrong. Markings on the ball indicate that it contained a chip with a tiny antenna…

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A Decade of Banks Behaving Badly Is Being Laid Bare in Australia

In a quiet courtroom in Melbourne, a decade of scandalous behavior at Australia’s biggest banks is being forensically laid bare. From lying to regulators, falsifying documents and hefty fines heaped on U.S. and European banks after the global financial crisis a decade ago, from which Australia emerged recession-free. With a…

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Smucker to Buy Rachael Ray Dog Food Brand in $1.9 Billion Deal

Food giant expanding in growing premium pet-products market Company also confirms it will explore sale of U.S. baking unit exploring the sale of its U.S. baking unit, which generates roughly $370 million in annual sales. Under Chief Executive Officer Mark Smucker, who became the fifth generation of his family to…

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How Coders Are Fighting Bias in Facial Recognition Software

Software engineer Henry Gan got a surprise last summer when he tested his team’s new facial recognition system on coworkers at startup Gfycat. The machine-learning software successfully identified most of his colleagues, but the system stumbled with one group. “It got some of our Asian employees mixed up,” says Gan,…

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Welcome to Powder Mountain a utopian club for the millennial elite

When these young entrepreneurs bought a remote ski resort in Utah, they dreamed of an exclusive, socially conscious community. Is this the future, or Mt Olympus for Generation Me? Jeff Rosenthal is standing near the top of his snow-covered mountain wearing a fluffy jacket, fingerless gloves and ripped jeans. Its…

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