International news

Elsewhere in the world, the New York Times writes: Bloomberg Should Have Rethought Articles on China, Chairman Says. Alec MacGillis at The New Republic said, “Wow: Bloomberg chairman openly second-guesses investigative pieces that've cost it business in China.” Matt Schiavenza from The Atlantic wondered, “If Bloomberg is so worried about jeopardizing its core business, why bother with a news organization at all?”

The Guardian thinks that Student fees policy could end up costing more than the system it replaced in the UK. Esther Bintliff at Financial Times quote this from the story: “Far fewer graduates will earn enough to pay back their loans over their working lives.” Katie Morley there said, “This really is no surprise.” Alfred Joyner at the International Business Times had this reaction: “*Slaps head*”

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