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Bloomberg

Growth Obsession Is Fueling Inequality Around World, WEF Says
Bloomberg
Economists and policy makers are relying too much on gross domestic product as a measure of national performance to the detriment of people's living standards, according to the World Economic Forum. Ahead of its annual meeting in Davos, the Swiss-based ...

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CNBC

Inequality gap widens as 'world's richest 1% get 82% of the wealth,' Oxfam says
CNBC
In a report published Monday, Oxfam called for action to tackle the growing gap between the super-rich and the rest of the world. Approximately 82 percent of the money generated last year went to the richest 1 percent of the global population, the ...
The World's Richest 1% Took Home 82% of Wealth Last Year, Oxfam SaysFortune
'World's richest 1% get 82% of the wealth', says OxfamBBC News
World's richest get 82 percent of global wealth: OxfamAljazeera.com
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Forbes

35 Amazing Real World Examples Of How Blockchain Is Changing Our World
Forbes
It's quickly becoming apparent that blockchain technology is about far more that just Bitcoin. Across finance, healthcare, media, government and other sectors, innovative uses are appearing every day . Here is a list of 35 which I have come across ...



New York Times

Women's Marches Across the World, in Photos and Voices of Protest
New York Times
Women took the streets in cities across the world over the weekend, celebrating gains but also demanding an end to sexual harassment and an equal seat at the political and economic table. In the United States, with the marches coming on the one-year ...
Women Take to Streets Around the World in Second Day of Marches (and Great Signs)Slate Magazine

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Business Insider

The 10 most expensive cities to live in around the world in 2018
Business Insider
The world's most expensive cities to live in have been revealed in a major survey of almost 300 population hubs. The destinations are named in the 14th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey: 2018. It analysed 293 metropolitan ...

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Kotaku

The Directors Of Monster Hunter World Try To Explain Why It's Not Coming To The Nintendo Switch
Kotaku
While they don't say specifically what in the game they think would be undermined by the lack of power on the Switch, Monster Hunter World is aimed at larger, more dynamic hunts with bigger monsters and more complicated fights than some of the earlier ...

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Deadline

Peter Jackson Making Documentary on World War I
Variety
Peter Jackson is switching his attention from epic fantasy conflicts to a real-life Great War. “The Lord of the Rings” director is making a new feature documentary about World War I to mark the centennial of the war's end, mining the archives of the ...
Peter Jackson To Direct First World War Feature DocumentaryDeadline

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Deutsche Welle

Soldiers, snipers and security at Davos: Protecting the world's rich and powerful at Davos
CNBC
Ensuring the safety of more than 2,500 high-profile political, economic and business guests at an event is never easy; ensuring the safety of more than 70 heads of state and government is a nightmare. The World Economic Forum (WEF) has said security is ...
World Economic Forum in Davos out to heal 'a fractured world'Deutsche Welle
World Economic Forum in Davos battles snow... and awaits Trumpeuronews
Eight things Davos thinks “we need to talk about”Quartz

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The Verge

The Cleaners is a riveting documentary about how social media might be ruining the world
The Verge
Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. We're in a cultural moment where the impact of social media isn't ...



Bloomberg

One of the World's Hottest Stocks Is Now Tumbling
Bloomberg
Celltrion Inc., the little-known South Korean biotech company that surged into the ranks of the world's most-traded stocks at the start of 2018, may finally be coming down to Earth. After climbing 185 percent over the past year on volume that topped ...

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