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Cincinnati agency snaps up 200 rental homes, elbowing out investors
A Cincinnati agency can now add landlord to its title.
Kuwaiti foreign minister visits Lebanon to mend Gulf standoff
The Kuwaiti minister says Lebanon should not interfere in Gulf state affairs in order to improve relations.
Credit Suisse boss at Euros on same day he allegedly broke rules to attend Wimbledon
Former Lloyds boss António Horta-Osório watched England's defeat in the final of football's European Championship at Wembley on the same day as he allegedly breached quarantine rules to watch the Wimbledon men's tennis final, according to a person briefed on his movements.
Analysis | Goldman Sachs Bankers Win Big. Its Investors Aren't Pleased.
Goldman Sachs's workers have been the big winners from the recent boom in dealmaking and trading compared with both its shareholders and peers at rival banks.
Who is banking boss Antonio Horta-Osorio?
Sir Antonio Horta-Osorio the former boss of Lloyds Banking Group has made headlines after allegedly breaking coronavirus restrictions and subsequently resigning as chairman of Swiss bank Credit Suisse.
Former city minister Lord Myners dies aged 73
Lord Myners, who led some of the UK's best-known businesses and helped shape Gordon Brown's response to the 2008 financial crisis as his city minister, has died at the age of 73.
Paul Myners, 'tower of strength' in financial crisis, dies aged 73
Paul Myners, the City grandee and former Labour minister brought in to government to tackle the 2008 financial crisis, has died at the age of 73.
So no one's going to Davos: our guide to the big issues that won't be tackled
he purpose of this column is usually fairly clear: to look ahead at the biggest event in the coming week. But this time we are breaking with tradition to bring you the week's biggest non-event: Davos.
Analysis | Citi's Problems and Solutions Look Suspiciously European
Citigroup Inc. has long been valued like a European bank. Its British-born Chief Executive Officer Jane Fraser has reached for a European-style solution, but so far investors aren't impressed.
Opinion | Wonking Out: France's Economy Is Having a Good Pandemic
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Paul Krugman
Yesterday I wrote about America's surprising success in limiting the economic damage from Covid-19.