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Thursday, 1 June 2017

This week’s most-clicked stories + what’s in our TBR pile for the weekend

Among the most-clicked stories in Enterprise in the past week:

  • How to get your state-issued smart card for subsidized fuel. (
  • Our nomination for the ultimate Ramadan business story for business owners and PE type: At Tim Hortons it’s not business as usual: Profits are up, but so is franchisee discontent. (Financial Post)
  • Some monkey who styles hair with fire. (Facebook video)
  • Is China’s economy turning Japanese? (Financial Times)
  • List of websites apparently banned in Egypt (Al Mal) (tie)
  • Around the World in 30 Steaks: The Best From Las Vegas to Tokyo (Bloomberg) (tie)

Things we’re going to be reading this weekend, for better or for worse:

And last, but not least: “What happened to USD 650 mn? An explosive legal battle between one of Hollywood’s best-paid actors and the business managers he fired has laid bare tumultuous finances, outrageous spending and troubling behavior on Disney’s new ‘Pirates’ movie in a case that could even change how the industry does business.” Read Johnny Depp: A Star in Crisis and the Insane Story of His "Missing" Mns

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