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CNBC

World stocks stumble as US Treasury yields near 3%
CNBC
World stocks slipped on Monday ahead of a blizzard of earnings from the world's biggest firms and as wary investors watched U.S. bond yields approach peaks that have triggered market spasms in the past. The on 10-year U.S. Treasurys hit its highest ...

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Bloomberg

How Malta Became a Hub of the Cryptocurrency World
Bloomberg
Two of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges plan to make the tiny European nation of Malta a central hub of their operations, and analysts say others are sure to follow. Officials on the Mediterranean archipelago, the European Union's tiniest ...

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Bloomberg

World's Worst Tech Stock May Lose Its Index Status
Bloomberg
Lenovo Group Ltd. is increasingly at risk of being dropped from Hong Kong's benchmark equity index as its shares tumble more than any other technology company in the world. The Chinese computer maker has fallen 56 percent since being added to the Hang ...
Bloomberg: Lenovo is 'world's worst tech stock' as its value plungesWRAL Tech Wire
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ESPN

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's World Cup hopes rest on call to Sweden coach
ESPN
Sweden coach Janne Andersson says Zlatan Ibrahimovic must pick up the phone and call if he has any chance of being included in this summer's World Cup squad. Ibrahimovic retired from international football after Euro 2016, but he has dropped regular ...

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The Guardian

World's newest great ape threatened by Chinese dam
The Guardian
The discovery of the Tapanuli orangutan has not stopped a Chinese state-run company from clearing forest for a planned dam. Conservationists fear this will be the beginning of the end for a species only known for six months. Jeremy Hance. Mon 23 Apr ...



Popular Science

Can you pass the US Army's World War I-era intelligence test?
Popular Science
During World War I, the U.S. Army needed a system that would quickly sort recruits into their ideal roles. Psychologist and noted eugenicist Robert Yerkes developed several tests that, among other things, would identify those capable of holding ...

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Variety

Tribeca Film Review: 'The Night Eats the World'
Variety
Based on Pit Agarmen's novel (a form in which this story doubtlessly worked better), Dominique Rocher's feature debut “The Night Eats the World” focuses on an isolated guy's boredom and loneliness after an outbreak of the flesh-eating undead leaves him ...



BBC News

How stories have shaped the world
BBC News
From a young age, Alexander the Great was groomed to be the leader of Macedonia. The small kingdom in northern Greece was perpetually at war with its neighbours, above all Persia, which meant that Alexander had to learn how to lead armies into battle ...



Wall Street Journal

How Professional Video Gamers Train for a World Championship
Wall Street Journal
Esports—aka competitive video-gaming—is the world's fastest-growing spectator sport. Last year, esports tournaments and live streams drew 258 million unique viewers. Put another way, more people watched other people play videogames in 2017 than all ...



Bloomberg

Happiness and a World Without Smartphones
Bloomberg
My "spring has finally arrived" morning train reads: Buffett's Edge (Investment Masters Class); Retirement Shock: Need to Find a Job After 40 Years at General Electric (Wall Street Journal); Land of the Lost: On the Ever-Changing Landscape of Markets ...


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