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Robert Olsen

Hong Kong Bureau
Asia Online Editor — Forbes

Editor for Bloomberg with @BBGBillionaires. Formerly with Forbes. @JMSCHKU and @WSUPullman alumni. Opinions are my own.

Samsung Chairman Lee Lost $1.2 Billion in Two Days: Chart — As the week began, the fortune of Lee Kun-Hee had never been greater, with shares of Samsung Electronics at an all-time high. A two-day tumble in Seoul has now erased $1.2 billion from the chairman's net worth, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Samsung Billionaire Lee Lost $1.2 Billion on Note Recall: Chart — The billionaire chairman of Samsung Electronics Co. lost nearly $1.2 billion in two days. Shares tumbled 11 percent since Friday after U.S. regulators joined the company in urging users to power down their Note 7 smartphones because of fire risk.

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Nicola Sturgeon - Forbes

Facebook Billionaire Eduardo Saverin Says You Need To Be Ready To Crawl Through Glass

Gail Miller - Forbes — We couldn't decide on just one cover star for Forbes' second annual Richest Self-Made Women issue, so we went with nine. For the first cover shoot of its kind, Forbes gathered nine of the most successful women entrepreneurs in the country, ranging in age from 32 to 69.

China's Smartphone Billionaire Forges Alliance With Microsoft For Patent Portfolio

Zoomlion Pulls Plug On Pricey Deal For U.S. Crane Maker Terex — While Chinese firms have pursued a record number of mergers and acquisitions this quarter, abandoned bids like Zoomlion's seem likely to fuel skepticism toward the ability of Chinese buyers to close deals with such lofty valuations.

Hackers Steal $2 Million From Bitcoin Exchange In Hong Kong, Bounty Offered To Recover Funds — Cybercriminals appear to have made off with the equivalent of $2 million in digital currencies from Gatecoin, according to a notice posted on the exchange's website.

Estimates of External Validity Bias When Impact Evaluations Select Sites Nonrandomly — Evaluations of educational programs or interventions are typically conducted in nonrandomly selected samples of schools or districts. Recent research has shown that nonrandom site selection can yield biased impact estimates. To estimate the external validity bias from nonrandom site selection, we combine lists of school districts that were selected nonrandomly for 11 educational impact studies with population data on student outcomes from the Reading First program.
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Oct 10, 2016

Goldman warns China’s outflows may be worse than they look 

Oct 05, 2016

RT @natashakhanhk: Today's #HongKong - Joshua Wong: "I'm lucky I didn't become the next person to disappear" (re: booksellers incident…

Sep 26, 2016

RT @natashakhanhk: “I dread going home, but I still need a place to sleep” -shocking photos of #HongKong's coffin/ cage "housing"…

Sep 26, 2016

RT @DevPend: Someone give @BillGates's PR team a raise: Study shows Gates would do well if he ran for president  @economictimes

Sep 21, 2016

RT @DavidInglesTV: Needless to say, it's obvious when the BOJ announced it wasn't taking rates further below zero.

Sep 21, 2016

RT @natashakhanhk: AC Milan’s Chinese buyer said to have provided false bank report during initial deal negotiations by @Jonny_Browning

Sep 21, 2016

Suitcases of Cash: Chinese Travel Data Hint at Capital Outflows 

Sep 20, 2016

RT @natashakhanhk: Jack Ma's Alipay finance biz could be worth $75B (i.e. more than Goldman Sachs) -CLSA analyst:…

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