Bill Emmott

former Editor in Chief, The Economist

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Former editor in chief of the Economist magazine (1993-2006); independent writer and author of Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India and Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade

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What may become the government's biggest intervention into American business is being engineered by an administration that has championed a hands-off approach to the economy.

The End of Capitalism?

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The International Monetary Fund says America's financial crisis is so bad  it will damage the rest of the world  -- except for the Middle East and Asia.

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