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Rana Foroohar: The US views healthcare as a privilege rather than a right — why else would we tolerate a system in which over-the-top concierge care is normal, but so is a lack of health insurance, the chief cause of personal bankruptcy

Rana Foroohar: Big Tech has moved from offering utopia to selling dystopia

Rana Foroohar: They have moved from being scrappy, garage-based innovators to surveillance capitalists who profit from personal data and have the power to swing elections and squash even large competitors

Rana Foroohar: They have moved from being scrappy, garage-based innovators to surveillance capitalists who profit from personal data and have the power to swing elections and squash even large competitors

Rana Foroohar: Narrative Economics by Robert Shiller — stories of value

You might find this take on Facebook by the @FT 's Rana Foroohar rather interesting - what with 2020 here

The FT's global business columnist Rana Foroohar fact-checks some of the statements made by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg comparing his company to the ‘fifth estate’

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Is a global recession on the horizon? Our global business commentator Rana Foroohar argues that actually 'the next global downturn is already upon us'. Watch for her analysis on a looming future 👇

Facebook insists it does not want to be responsible for false political advertising. Rana Foroohar helps fact check disinformation in Mark Zuckerberg’s own communications

Rana Foroohar: Economically, the future is female. As women gain power, the evidence suggests that public policy and markets will shift in important ways.

Watch: Artificial intelligence is set to disrupt companies' traditional models. Our columnist Rana Foroohar says the challenges that AI and robotics pose to business has been a topic of discussion at this year's Davos event #Davos18 

As the stock market drops, CNN's Rana Foroohar cautions: "Sit tight. Don't do anything for the next few weeks unless you really need your money right now."

US tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods go into effect on Friday, but the Trump administration’s end game is still unclear, says global economic analyst Rana Foroohar.

Rana Foroohar: The US student loan debt problem looks a lot like the housing crisis before the crash

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