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Reality television is a genre of television programming which presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual events, and features ordinary people instead of professional actors. Although the genre has existed in some form or another since the early years of television, the term reality television is most commonly used to describe programs produced since 2000. Documentaries and nonfictional programming such as the news and sports shows are usually not classified as reality shows.

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China’s economic growth slowed to 6.1% last year amid a bruising trade war with the United States, and credit growth disappointed. Meanwhile, shadow lenders are moving to fill the gap. Pete Sweeney and Alec Macfarlane discuss what that means for the country’s economy.

The 112 million euro lawsuit between UBS banker Andrea Orcel and Santander, the lender that hired him and then changed its mind, is due in court soon. The dispute, riddled with money, egos and errors, is ripe for settlement before that happens, as Peter Thal Larsen explains.

ValueAct Capital founder and CEO Jeff Ubben explains why it’s important to consider ESG in investments, what happens if companies don’t adapt and why the electric utility industry should be a priority. Here are highlights of his talk with Breakingviews Global Editor Rob Cox.

Larry Fink’s BlackRock will challenge companies that don’t account for climate change and similar risks. The impetus comes from the clients who provide the asset manager’s $7.4 trillion. That’s one reason to believe BlackRock’s step may really matter, as Richard Beales explains.

ValueAct Capital CEO, Jeff Ubben, sits down with Rob Cox, Global Editor of Reuters Breakingviews, to discuss the Spring Fund and his views on the future of shareholder engagement.

JPMorgan and Citigroup kicked off bank earnings season, and while trading is volatile as ever, overall the biggest firms look surprisingly snug. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo’s new boss Charlie Scharf has his work cut out convincing investors that dismal results are a thing of the past.

David Calhoun takes the yoke of the troubled airplane maker during a critical time. In the short term, the former GE executive needs to get the grounded 737 MAX series back on track. Yet Robert Cyran explains that Calhoun’s equally pressing job is to overhaul Boeing’s culture.

The infrastructure and real estate arm of Macquarie may be in talks to buy AirTrunk for over $2 bln. It follows a record year for data centre M&A which saw volumes triple. Alec Macfarlane and Robyn Mak discuss how technology is turning a humdrum sector into a hot bet.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing's CEO joins Reuters' Breakingviews for a candid conversation on the outlook for the city, and the year ahead.

Investors now value Elon Musk’s electric-car maker at some $90 billion. That’s way over the top, requiring heroic assumptions about either annual car sales or the demand for robo-taxis. Neither of those scenarios looks realistic, explains Antony Currie.

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