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74 pages. Volume 434, number 9180. Features: *The rules of management are being ripped up. CEOs need to adapt *The industry tasked with finding bosses is more powerful than ever *After a nervy year, American companies prepare for a rebound *Talk of succession atop Big Tech grows louder *Whipping up a Wuhan vaccine. Scientists are working against the clock *A weak health-care system complicates China's battle with coronavirus *Communist rulers mobilise the masses behind the party *Companies warn of an economic crisis *After Iowa, the Democlash. The Democratic primaries will be a contest between radicals and repairer. The repairers have the better arguments *The chaotic caucuses have left the Democrats looking divided, and their way forward uncertain *The oldest, leftiest candidate is expected to win round two *Belt and Road: a special report. China's flagship foreign policy is a way to put itself at the centre of the world once again *Brain versus prawn. How technology could transform an industry with a dire reputation
Publication Date:8 February 2020
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