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TouchArcade iOS Gaming Roundup: Flower, Modern Combat Versus, Inside, and More

It’s been another busy week in the world of iOS gaming, so let’s hop right into it: As usual, we’ve had our eyes closely on the “Updates” page of the App Store looking for 32-bit favorites to reemerge as 64-bit titles. The Mikey Shorts Trilogy, the majority of the Radiangames …

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MacRumors Giveaway: Win a MyMe Unity Case System With Stand for Your iPhone

For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with MyMe Unity to give MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company’s Unity case systems with a Unity Case for your iPhone, a Cradle to use as an accompanying stand, and a matching cable for charging. The Unity Case offers …

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Venture capitalists with daughters are more successful

RICHARD NESBITT, a former chief operating officer at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, has long been an evangelist for women in business. In “Results at the Top”, a book he wrote with Barbara Annis, he describes his efforts to convince men to promote women. When speaking to bosses, he …

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The Bank of Japan sticks to its guns

SEVENTH time lucky? Minutes of the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) policy meeting in July, published on September 26th, showed that the central bank had, for the sixth time since 2013, pushed back the date at which it expected prices to meet its 2% inflation target—to the fiscal year ending in …

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Three trade cases facing the Trump administration spell trouble

Ruinously competitive IN 1845 Frédéric Bastiat, a French economist, wrote an open letter to his national parliament, pleading for help on behalf of makers of candles and other forms of lighting. The French market was being flooded with cheap light, he complained. Action was necessary: a law closing all windows, …

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Once a leader in virtual currencies, China turns against them

BITCOIN and China always made odd bedfellows. Devotees of bitcoin love its independence from central authorities; in China the central authorities love their power. That they would accept a cryptocurrency that weakened their control over something as fundamental as the management of money seemed unlikely. Yet China had become the …

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Nordic payments firms have become acquisition targets

THE Vikings were slow to adopt coins. They preferred to pay by cutting pieces off silver bars, at least until contact with the rest of Europe convinced them of the benefits of standardised coins. Today their Nordic descendants are abandoning coins and notes in favour of electronic payments. Two Nordic …

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New Details Emerge About Forthcoming Broadway Musical ‘The Cher Show’

Pop star, Academy Award-winning actress and emoji hero Cher is being honored with a musical about her life. The accompanying songs will be the music of Cher. The actresses (three of them) will all play Cher. It’s called the “The Cher Show,” and the setting for the show is Cher’s …

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Tom Price Is a Grifter???

Welcome to Barf Bag, a daily politics roundup to help you sort through the chaotic Trumpian news cycle. Read more… Powered by WPeMatico

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At Last, Kim Kardashian Has Confirmed She and Kanye Are Expecting Their Third Baby

Lots of Kardashian-Jenners are rumored to be expecting babies, but today we can finally confirm one of those reports: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their third child via a surrogate. Read more… Powered by WPeMatico

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