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Nobel Laureate Richard H. Thaler on the end of behavioural finance

Richard H. Thaler, the US economist who elevated the word ‘nudge’ to a political catchphrase, can now add ‘Nobel laureate’ to his impressive biography. In a statement, the Royal Swedish Academy said that Thaler, who won the 2017 prize in economics for his contributions to behavioural economics, “has incorporated psychologically realistic assumptions into analyses of economic decision-making. By exploring the consequences of limited rationality, social preferences, and lack of self-control, he has shown how these human traits systematically affect individual…

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Marc Wilson: Sunderland has great character I can see why John O’Shea did not want to leave

Marc Wilson turned down the chance to stay in the Premier League after being impressed by the “character” which persuaded John O’Shea to stay at Sunderland. Republic of Ireland defender O’Shea spent 12 years at Manchester United amassing trophies left, right and centre. But when the time came to leave after six seasons at the Stadium of Light the club captain could not tear himself away. Out of contract in the summer, O’Shea was new manager Simon Grayson’s first signing,…

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Molina picks former Aetna exec as new CEO

Molina Healthcare announced Tuesday that Joseph Zubretsky, Aetna’s former chief financial officer, will take over as its new president and CEO, effective Nov. 6. Zubretsky will succeed interim CEO Joseph White, who took over after the insurer ousted CEO Dr. J. Mario Molina and Chief Financial Officer John Molina, the sons of the company’s founder, in May. At the time, Molina’s board cited the company’s disappointing financial performance, though some observers thought Dr. Molina’s outspoken criticism of Republican efforts to…

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Higher ed reforms remain top Senate priority in Fla.

Register now for UBTech 2018 Register now for UBTech 2018, June 4-6 at the Mirage, Las Vegas. At UBTech 2018, you’ll network with a dynamic community of higher ed leaders who are shaping the future of campus technology and explore topics like cyber security, distance learning, campus learning space design, communications, personalized learning and more. Your UBTech registration also includes a free pass to the InfoComm exhibit hall. Register now>>​ Source link

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Palladium overtakes platinum, for now

Advances in electric vehicles powered by batteries will have a “devastating impact” on palladium in the future, but in the meantime the metal is experiencing a rare moment of being more expensive than platinum. But that raises its own risks. In the latest Commodities Compendium from Macquarie Research, analysts noted this was only the third time that the price of palladium had overtaken that of platinum since 1931 and 2001. SA is the world’s second-largest supplier of palladium behind Russia.…

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Flemish entrepreneurs contribute to a better society

First scientific research into the motives of Flemish entrepreneurs shows strong social commitment The image of entrepreneurship in Flanders could be a great deal better, especially in comparison with neighbouring countries. This is why the Flemish government agency Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship, with the support of Flanders DC, Voka, and Unizo, is starting a multi-annual campaign to show that Flemish entrepreneurs have diverse and palpable motivations. What’s more, they often go into business to make a positive impact on their…

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Goldman Sags

BY TRADITION, Goldman Sachs makes risky financial wagers and stays icy cool under pressure. A bad trade on Treasury bonds in 1986 almost killed it, but was eventually cauterised. The firm’s “big short” in early 2007, when it bet that subprime securities would tumble, helped it to book profits of $14bn in 2008-09 and to perform relatively well during the worst financial crisis for 80 years. Goldman also values candour, at least inside the firm. In this spirit it is…

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Trump to roll out Iran nuclear deal strategy soon: White House

The White House has said US President Donald Trump will make an announcement later this week on an overall Iran strategy. “He’ll make that later this week,” said White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders here on Tuesday at the daily briefing, Xinhua news agency reported. “The President has reached a decision on an overall Iran strategy. He wants to make sure that we have a broad policy to deal with that, not just one part…

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How Nvidia Keeps Driving Higher

More so than most chip companies, Nvidia is benefiting from being in the right places at the right time. The law of scarcity also helps. Take the automotive business. While there is no shortage of chip companies driving hard for the opportunity, Nvidia has garnered a pole position in the race to build self-driving cars thanks to its advances in artificial intelligence. That position seemed to grow stronger Tuesday after the company announced a powerful new system called Pegasus, based…

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UK state should pay for housing, food, transport and internet, says report | Business

Free housing, food, transport and access to the internet should be given to British citizens in a massive expansion of the welfare state, according to a report warning the rapid advance of technology will lead to job losses. Former senior government official Jonathan Portes and academics from University College London make the call for a raft of new “universal basic services” using the same principles as the NHS. They estimate it would cost about £42bn, which could be funded by…

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Peltz’s P&G loss unlikely to stop activist investing tide

Procter & Gamble has claimed victory in activist investor Nelson Peltz’s proxy battle to win a board seat. But in many ways, both sides have lost. Mr Peltz was widely expected to be voted on to the consumer goods group’s board, having won the support of influential proxy advisers ISS and Glass Lewis, and from P&G shareholders including Yacktman Asset Management and Calstrs. Even Marty Lipton of the law firm Wachtell Lipton, which has built its reputation on defending companies…

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UK spa towns among happiest places to live – survey

Image copyright Getty Images The Warwickshire town of Royal Leamington Spa has been ranked the happiest place to live in Britain, in a survey which saw several spa towns make the list. Harrogate, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Epsom also featured in the top 10 “happy at home” index compiled by property website, Rightmove. Meanwhile Llandrindod Wells was deemed the happiest place to live in Wales. Spa towns have natural springs with waters thought to have health benefits. Image copyright Getty…

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Paltrow and Jolie join growing list of Weinstein accusers

Further damaging charges have been levelled at Harvey Weinstein with 13 women telling the New Yorker magazine that they were harassed or assaulted by the dethroned Hollywood movie mogul. Three of the women allege that he raped them, the magazine reported. In a separate New York Times article the movie stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie alleged that they had been harassed by Mr Weinstein. “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr Weinstein,” the producer said in…

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China wrestles with growing debt crisis

China is to pump even more credit into its economy in a bid to boost growth despite fears of a massive build-up of debt.  Over the weekend, the country’s central bank moved to lower the amount of cash commercial lenders are required to keep in reserve, allowing banks to dish out an estimated £100bn in additional lending. Despite China’s ballooning mountain of debt and the decision by credit rating agency Standard & Poors to downgrade China one notch over fears…

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Canada tops G7 in latest IMF estimate for 2017 economic growth, No. 2 in 2018 – Canadian Business

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