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Last updated: Feb. 27, 17:00 Page 6 of 12
More Americans are rethinking the value of a college education. “The debate has changed,” says Thiel, a billionaire who founded and is chairman of Palantir Technologies and lives most of the time in Los Angeles, where the fellowship is based.
By Gregory Zuckerman
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Deals with creditors are crucial to a $1.3bn IMF bailout
By Joseph Cotterill
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Tension between past and present leaders of Silicon Valley’s premier venture group have spilled into the open
By FT
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Almost every previously disruptive technology has ended up being disrupted. Bitcoin could be too.
By Jason Zweig
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 23, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Welcome to the golden anniversary of the first U.S. total stock market index, which boasts an eventful and little-known history that can teach us a lot about how financial markets have evolved over time. Last March, Wilshire spun off its index business. In addition to the two private-equity funds that bought Wilshire Associates, Wilshire Indexes’ owners now include the Financial Times, the Singapore Exchange, the parent of Japan’s Nikkei 225 index, and Makepeace himself.
By Allan Sloan
Barron`s,  Feb. 23, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The famed investor says two lieutenants will join him on stage in Omaha for the annual meeting in May
By Karen Langley
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The richest man in South Korea is free of pressing legal problems for the first time in a decade. What’s next for Samsung?
By Jiyoung Sohn
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Senators say think-tank led by consultancy undermined national security by advising China’s government
By Demetri Sevastopulo in Washington and Stephen Foley in New York
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
French group suffers Q4 losses as weak demand and lower freight rates last year bite
By Sarah White in Paris
Financial Times,  Feb. 23, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
There are lots of asset classes that are fine for speculating. But a few good low-fee exchange-traded fades can capture their value. Plus, a reader asks about India.
By Jack Hough
Barron`s,  Feb. 23, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Investor warns there are ‘essentially no candidates for capital deployment’ outside US as cash pile hits record high
By Eric Platt in New York
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Stock has soared more than three-fold since Tufan Erginbilgiç started in January last year
By Sylvia Pfeifer in London
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The antics of the first son and his Hollywood bankroller aren’t helping public confidence.
By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr.
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Profits at world’s largest private equity group drop as fees from asset sales more than halved
By FT
Financial Times,  Feb. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
US decision to shorten trade settlement to one day will leave managers exposed to additional risks
By Ernest Chan, Ignites Asia
Financial Times,  Feb. 23, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
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