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Oil prices will continue to fall in the short term, but recovering demand and a limited supply will keep prices moving higher in the long term.
We need new measures to guard against toxic waste on Wall Street, but we especially need people who understand the machinery.
Regulators now have an opportunity to redeem themselves.
Telecom is helping the Nigerian economy diversify and move away from its dependence on the traditionally attractive oil and gas sector.
Economists consider ways the Treasury might price mortgage-related bank assets as part of the government's bailout plan.
We need nimble, innovative risk takers like Goldman and Morgan in the system. What will we do without them?
As Keynes wrote more than seven decades ago, strengthening credit is a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for recovery.
The test of the bailout will be whether the government plans to buy banks' assets at a price resembling fair market value.
Active discrimination against women in the workplace accounts for only half of a vicious cycle. The other half is women simply choosing not to compete for leadership positions in order to avoid facing it.
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