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“By hijacking natural quality-control machinery inside cells, we are literally making problem proteins go away”

Removing seatback screens largely benefits the airlines but (surprise) not passengers

Box wants to jolt its flagging sales growth and plunging stock by becoming a go-to cloud provider for security and data management. Activist Starboard’s entry risks distracting executives

Scientists will turn a Boeing Dreamliner into a flying lab -- and some passengers into guinea pigs -- as Qantas pushes toward record-breaking 20-hour non-stop flights

She promised to bring high-speed internet to the Northwest Passage. She managed to scam a billionaire oligarch, the CEO of Warner Music Group, and the FCC chairman

Another industry has adopted the free business model: online stockbrokers

Trump's impeachment saga stems from a political hit job gone bad

What happens in Syria will continue to reverberate far beyond its fragile borders

China now makes most U.S. subway cars. That could pose an economic—and security—threat

Dyson's giving up on building a product that neither blows nor sucks

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Pennsylvania has lost 8,300 manufacturing jobs this year, while Wisconsin has lost 4,000. Factories are slumping in the Midwest and that is bad news for President Trump's reelection chances

Trump's impeachment saga stems from a political hit job gone bad

Some farmers view Trump’s $28 billion bailout as a Band-Aid, not a solution

SPECIAL ISSUE: The 150-year-old periodic table is more important than ever. Our issue explores the connection between the elements and business—and how it's only getting stronger.

A cheat sheet for our wealth number index

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To celebrate, we've created an interactive dedicated to the entire periodic table. Click on any element, and you'll see a story about it.

NEW COVER The Bloomberg 50: From finance and politics to tech and entertainment, these are the people who shaped 2018 in unexpected ways

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