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Breakingviews: Ebola's economic impact could eclipse SARS

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August 18, 2014
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The virus ravaging Africa has yet to spread elsewhere. Yet Asia’s SARS crisis in 2003 showed how changes to behaviour can hurt the economy more than the actual disease, says Breakingviews' Una Galani. Video provided by Reuters


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Social Networks Are More Than Just a Toy

Social Networks Are More Than Just a Toy

FORA.tv (Oct. 2, 2013) — Social Networks Are More Than Just a Toy Social Data Week - Mandarin Oriental New York Social data is energy that now powers the economy, changing the way people and companies make decisions and communicate. While more than 70% of companies use social technologies, less than 5% are turning social and big data into business impact. This session will profile the dramatic impact of social on business transformation and share case studies from industry leaders who are building next generation social powered solutions to capture new customers and market share.
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OECD's New Message to the ECB

OECD's New Message to the ECB

Reuters (Nov. 19, 2013) — The organization for Economic Co-Ordination and Development says the ECB should consider a policy of quantitative easing, to help the euro zone avoid a deflationary spiral. It also warns slowing emerging markets are dragging on the world's economic recovery. Joanna Partridge reports
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Don't Count on China's Internet User Numbers

Don't Count on China's Internet User Numbers

Reuters - Business Video Online (Jan. 24, 2014) — It's a numbers game in China, with Internet companies vying for more users to lure advertising revenues. But Reuters Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen explains why the figures are a red herring.
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