Economists have misunderstood a key indicator—and it’s a big problem, says researcher
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Economists have misunderstood a key indicator—and it’s a big problem, says researcher

flash- January 26, 2023

In studies, forecasts and recommendations to governments, markets are seen as capable of processing so-called rational information. Economists claim that firms' market prices result from ... Read More

How three dust specks reveal an asteroid’s secrets
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How three dust specks reveal an asteroid’s secrets

flash- January 29, 2023

Samples from Itokawa arrived back on Earth in 2010 after being collected by the Hayabusa probe. The specks are tiny. No, really tiny. Smaller than ... Read More

Tomato analyzer software reveals phenotypic diversity in New Mexican chile peppers
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Tomato analyzer software reveals phenotypic diversity in New Mexican chile peppers

flash- January 20, 2023

Credit: Dennis Lozada New Mexico is one of the largest producers of chile pepper (Capsicum spp.) in the United States, with 51,000 tons of production ... Read More

A better method for measuring alpha returns
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A better method for measuring alpha returns

flash- January 18, 2023

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Doppler radar, the Consumer Price Index, quarterback rating—these and many other measuring tools have refined the way performance is both documented ... Read More

Southeast Asia Startup Ecosystem Continues to Prosper Post-Pandemic
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Southeast Asia Startup Ecosystem Continues to Prosper Post-Pandemic

flash- January 30, 2023

When it comes to launching a startup, most founders think they should reside in the United States, Silicon Valley, in particular, to have a successful ... Read More

Researchers propose compulsory climate change teaching in core law curriculum
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Researchers propose compulsory climate change teaching in core law curriculum

flash- January 25, 2023

Credit: Durham University Academics from Durham University are urging that climate change education should be made compulsory across the core law curriculum in Higher Education. ... Read More

Microsoft cuts 10,000 jobs, about 5% of global workforce
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Microsoft cuts 10,000 jobs, about 5% of global workforce

flash- January 18, 2023

The Microsoft logo is pictured outside the headquarters in Paris, Jan. 8, 2021. A group of video game testers is forming Microsoft's first labor union ... Read More

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