How Erdogan's Push for Endless Growth Brought Turkey to the Brink

  1. How Erdogan’s Push for Endless Growth Brought Turkey to the Brink  Wall Street Journal
  2. Big Caps Gain as Retailers Offset Weakness in Tech: Markets Wrap  Bloomberg
  3. Turkey is reportedly prepared to release the imprisoned US pastor at the center of their economic crisis  Business Insider
  4. We wanted Turkey to be a partner. It was never going to work.  Washington Post
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Uber is investing its growth into its next chapter — including scooters and bikes

  1. Uber is investing its growth into its next chapter — including scooters and bikes  Recode
  2. Uber’s Losses Continue in Its March Toward an IPO  New York Times
  3. Uber cuts its losses, and revenue soars 63%  CNNMoney
  4. We Still Don’t Know Whether Uber Is a Real Business  Bloomberg
  5. Turkish Tariffs, Musk Tweets, Buffett’s Bets: CEO Daily for August 15, 2018  Fortune
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Modulating plant growth–metabolism coordination for sustainable agriculture

Modulating plant growth–metabolism coordination for sustainable agriculture

Modulating plant growth–metabolism coordination for sustainable agriculture, Published online: 15 August 2018; doi:10.1038/s41586-018-0415-5

The balance of DELLA and GRF4 proteins in plants ensures the co-regulation of growth with metabolism and tipping this balance towards GRF4 leads to higher efficiency of nitrogen use.
Source: Nature

Netflix CFO to leave after overseeing growth-oriented spending spree

  1. Netflix CFO to leave after overseeing growth-oriented spending spree  Los Angeles Times
  2. Netflix CFO is leaving, but we’re not worried, analyst says  MarketWatch
  3. Netflix’s CFO to Step Down Following Cash-Fueled Expansion  Bloomberg
  4. Netflix’s finance chief to stand down after 14 years at the company  Telegraph.co.uk
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Researchers demonstrate shark vertebral band pairs are related to growth, not time

Band pairs in shark vertebrae have been used for decades to estimate shark age, of practical use in conserving overfished sharks and managing the remaining shark fisheries. However, recent research demonstrates that previous methods used to determine the age of sharks have underestimated those ages, particularly in older sharks.
Source: Science Daily