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Elsewhere on Thursday, -- Calling it a powerhouse is not enough. -- "Why we miss the WASPS".-- The macroeconomics of gender diversity.-- "It's not an acquisition, it's a marriage."-- Start-ups aren't cool anymore.-- Home and astray.-- Moonves and "on-call" employees. -- A Brexplainer.-- Monumental disaster: science under siege-- Tax-cut escavation. -- The ghost of Brexit past.-- Who is Weston anyway? Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2018. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't

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