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In a galaxy far, far away: the George Lucas blockbusters

George Lucas, whose box-office record is unrivalled in many ways, will receive the Palme d'Or for his work on 25 May at the closing ceremony of the 77th Cannes Film Festival.

Golf’s Arrested Development

A storm is brewing that is casting a shadow over the sport’s future: the conflict between the PGA Tour and the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series.

The UK’s Changing Inflation Forecast

The Bank of England (BoE) has announced a significant overhaul of its economic forecasting process in response to criticism of its handling of inflation estimates.

After the Eclipse: Economic Impact and Reflections from Host Communities

As a vast swath of North America experienced a moment of darkness during Monday's total solar eclipse, its economic effects were already being felt.

Oil Prices Surge Amidst Geopolitical Tensions: What Lies Ahead?

In recent weeks, oil prices have experienced a significant surge, propelled by mounting concerns over global supplies and geopolitical tensions.


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Paying for Disaster

With the catastrophic collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, people immediately began wondering who would end up paying for it.

Two of the biggest stars in handball retire

Nikola Karabatic announced his retirement last year, and last week another of handball's greats, Mikkel Hansen, told fans that he too was hanging up his trademark headband.

ICONS: Richard Serra

At the age of 85, one of the last great icons of American sculpture has died, someone who transformed the concept of sculpture on a huge scale during his career.

Tesla’s Rough Patch

Tesla's recent quarterly sales report has sent shockwaves through the electric vehicle (EV) market, hinting at potential challenges ahead for the company that once dominated this innovative sector.

Japan’s Big Three: Baseball, Football, and Sumo

Japan's sports industry is a dynamic and multifaceted sector, reflecting a unique blend of traditional and modern sports that resonate with both local and international audiences.

India’s Economy Under Modi (Part 2): Confronting the Shadows of Progress

Despite the impressive strides made under Narendra Modi's leadership, India's economic landscape is fraught with challenges that underscore the complexities of sustaining such rapid growth.

India’s Economy Under Modi (Part 1): The Meteoric Rise of Modi’s Economic Agenda

In 2014, Narendra Modi's electoral victory was heralded by a promise of "acchhe din" (good times), a slogan that resonated deeply with the Indian electorate.

The Rise of Tesla in China (Part 2): Navigating Challenges

As Tesla's journey in China evolves, the company finds itself at a crossroads, grappling with the ramifications of its deep integration into the Chinese market.

The Rise of Tesla in China (Part 1): A Strategic Pivot That Paid Off

In the early stages of Tesla's foray into the Chinese market, Elon Musk's bold bet seemed like a masterstroke.

Florida’s Social Media Protections

The state’s new law reflects a growing trend towards more aggressive regulation of online spaces, signaling potential shifts in how social media platforms operate within the United States.

The Shogun rises from the dust

Fortunately, there are still writers and directors who try to make epic TV shows, with varying degrees of success. Shogun seems to have succeeded!

The Tech Giants’ Legal Battles: A Reflection on Antitrust Measures

The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the tech behemoth of running an illegal monopoly that impedes innovation, reduces consumer choice, and extends its dominance into other markets.

AI Threatens the Past, Too

Deepfakes, sophisticated digital forgeries that convincingly imitate the voices and images of public figures have the potential to fabricate scandals and sway public opinion, but the past is also at risk.

Japan’s First Rate Hike Since 2007

Rates are finally above zero again.