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Latest update : 2012-10-03

Laurence Capron, co-author of 'Build, Borrow or Buy - Solving the Growth Dilemma'

Few things in business and finance get hearts racing like a multi-billion euro deal. In just the past week there's been intense scrutiny of EADS possibly tying the knot with Britain's BAE in a 35-billion-euro merger. So have executives caught the "merger bug"? Markus Karlsson asks Laurence Capron, a professor of strategy at INSEAD in France and co-author of the book "Build, Borrow or Buy - Solving the Growth Dilemma".

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2015-04-30 mining

Demand for diamonds 'softening': De Beers CEO Mellier

For the past few months, the diamond market has been less than sparkling, forcing mining giant Anglo American, which owns De Beers, to scale down its production targets. However,...

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2015-04-23 Economic growth

Akinwumi Adesina: 'Real challenge' for African economies is obtaining 'inclusive growth'

Akinwumi Adesina is the outgoing agriculture minister of Nigeria, Africa's largest economy. He is also a candidate to become the next president of the African Development Bank....

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2015-04-16 French economy

'Liberalism is a French tradition', says France's most liberal man

Liberalism is a somewhat dirty word in France. It's often associated with capitalism and the "laissez-faire" of market deregulation that led to the financial crisis. Gaspard...

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2015-04-09 US economy

Joseph Stiglitz: 'America's economy is a failed economy'

Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz is a highly influential voice on income inequality. In his 2012 book "The Price of Inequality", he made a compelling argument that the wealth gap...

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2015-03-19 Greece

Nicolas Vernicos: 'The Greek banking system is like a tap without water'

"The Greek banking system is like a tap without water". That's the view of Nicolas A. Vernicos. The president of the International Chamber of Commerce-Hellas calls for help and a...

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