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Why the Economic Payoff From Technology Is So Elusive

By STEVE LOHR June 5, 2016 Your smartphone allows you to get almost instantaneous answers to the most obscure questions. It also allows you to waste hours scrolling through Facebook or looking for the latest deals on Amazon. More powerful computing systems can predict the weather better than any meteorologist or beat ...

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Vietnam gov't has no plan to divest from Vinamilk this year

After tantalizing investors since last year with supposed plans to sell out its stakes in 10 major companies, including diary giant Vinamilk and information technology leader FPT, the government has decided to go slow. The State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC), Vietnam’s sovereign fund, recently announced a list of 120 companies ...

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Officials: Luggage, body parts from EgyptAir flight found

Egyptian military officials say parts of the EgyptAir flight 804 have been found after crashing Thursday morning over the Mediterranean Sea. Here are the facts we know so far. USA TODAY A relative of a passenger who was flying aboard an EgyptAir plane that vanished from radar en route from ...

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Government on track to divest from livestock company

The agriculture ministry has raised nearly VND395 billion (US$ 17.73 million) from selling nearly half of its stake in the Vietnam Livestock Corporation, which owns shares in 17 farm businesses around the country. No foreign companies took part in the oversubscribed auction Thursday when 118 investors sought to buy nearly ...

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Oh Good: Congress Can’t Even Agree to Protect the US From Zika

Mosquitoes don’t wait for Congress. But mosquito control programs? Public health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention? They do have to wait for Congress, where Republicans are currently holding up  emergency funding for Zika. As the weather warms, ever more Aedes aegypti mosquitoes will hatch along the Gulf Coast, ...

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