Market management just isn’t working. Instead of supporting oil prices, the kingdom’s output cuts are propping up higher-cost rivals.

  • Julian Lee | Bloomberg
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Delaying its IPO to wrap in more numbers makes little sense when oil prices are so low.

  • Liam Denning | Bloomberg
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Qantas’s services from Sydney to London and New York can only be profitable with plenty of passengers flying business.

  • David Fickling | Bloomberg
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Apple stunned Dialog Semiconductor with plans to make its own power-management chips. That hasn’t been the end of the world.

  • Alex Webb | Bloomberg
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For starters, rethink “I’m with Bernie.”

  • Max Nisen | Bloomberg
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Creditors aren’t politely waiting in line to claim their collateral as the law of the jungle threatens finance. 

  • Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg
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Wirecard’s bosses need to come out of the bunker and offer a line-by-line response to allegations about its financial reporting. 

  • Chris Hughes | Bloomberg
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While a deal on Brexit is good news, U.K. retailers will still have to keep prices low this Christmas no matter what happens.

  • Andrea Felsted | Bloomberg
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A win for Johnson on Saturday would see the pound settle into a higher range, but an election and the need for an EU trade deal muddies the water.

  • Marcus Ashworth | Bloomberg
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This Apple supplier boosted its spending by 40% and showed a pragmatic approach to inventory management. Plenty for investors to cheer.

  • Tim Culpan | Bloomberg
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Amid all the back-slapping over the Brexit deal, the U.K. has made some concessions that it may regret in future.

  • Lionel Laurent | Bloomberg
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America, long the industry’s chief bodyguard, is eyeing retirement.

  • Liam Denning | Bloomberg
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Free expression is great. Malice is a lot harder to manage. 

  • Shira Ovide | Bloomberg
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It claims private interest in some of its parts, but there are still questions about the sum.

  • Liam Denning | Bloomberg
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Tech and other companies deserve criticism, but they don’t deserve to be fall guys for an ineffective government.

  • Shira Ovide | Bloomberg
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