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China’s growth has ground down to a 27-year low, and its economy probably can’t go on like this

After a slow GDP growth print for Q2 you can expect Chinese policymakers to return to easing soon, analysts say.

Billionaire Tom Steyer’s entrance into the 2020 Democratic race is the perfect example of the rot at the core of the US political system

Tom Steyer's entered the 2020 presidential race with a promise to spend $100 million on his campaign, but he should use that money elsewhere.
SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk gestures during a conversation with legendary game designer Todd Howard (not pictured) at the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles, California, U.S., June 13, 2019.

Tesla has always had a paradox at the heart of the company. But that might all be about to change.

Tesla makes great cars but it's always struggled to manufacture them according to the long-accepted best-practices of the global auto industry.
It could happen.

Conservatives are conditioning us to accept the breakup of Britain

They might need to destroy Britain in order to secure its independence.

The FTC’s $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can’t get away with

The settlement of the FTC's investigation into the Cambridge Analytica mess will further cement the Facebook's CEO's feeling of invulnerability.

The UK ambassador to the US’s leaked cables calling Trump ‘insecure’ cost him his job because they were accurate

Kim Darroch resigned Wednesday after cables leaked in which he had called President Donald Trump "inept," "insecure," and "incompetent."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on a visit to Ireland in 2018.

Meghan Markle has been branded ‘difficult’ by tabloids. It’s the same sexism that demonizes driven women in the workplace.

Tabloids reported that Meghan Markle is known among palace staff as "duchess difficult." People often characterize women with ambition as bossy divas.
The Tesla Model 3.

It doesn’t matter whether Tesla delivers 90,000 cars or 900,000 in the 2nd quarter — what’s more important is whether Tesla goes mas...

Fixations on Tesla deliveries is pointless. They should take a back seat to Tesla's decision about focusing on premium versus mass-market sales.

The sleeping habits of the 2020 Democratic candidates raise some serious red flags

The 2020 Democratic candidates don't sleep nearly enough and it could hurt their health, campaigns, and even the country they're trying to lead.

Apple isn’t doomed without Jony Ive — here’s why the departure of the design legend is actually a good thing

Many worry that Apple's signature design prowess might take a hit from the departure of Jony Ive. But it's actually the best move for all parties.