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Blackstone wants one. So do Macquarie, KKR and a growing list of leading global investors. Renminbi funds — private equity funds raised in China’s local currency — are coming into their own.
Understanding the economics behind milk production and other forms of intensive agriculture is essential if the world is going to feed itself in the future, notes veterinarian David Galligan.
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The loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs in India’s garment industry because of the global financial crisis highlights the fact that the emerging economy’s workers have few rights and lack the kind of support systems that help laborers in developed markets.
With the launch today of the Windows 7 operating system, Microsoft hopes bad memories of Windows Vista will quickly fade.
Even while it is pursuing control of NBC Universal, Comcast is striking deals with cable channels to show their programs online.
A new book tells behind-the-scenes stories of the desperate efforts to avert the collapse of the financial system in the summer of 2008.