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Richard Buckley, baseball analyst

He called it “corrupt” and “zany” and his speech was provocative but never mean or sarcastic. An insider who lived to speak his mind — about baseball, about Washington, and about politics. Richard Buckley

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China’s bankruptcy law takes a serious toll on bankruptcies

Written by By Jane C. Timm, CNN Embattled Evergrande Group, China’s largest property developer, recently emerged from its biggest creditor, Peking Capital, with a $15 billion deal to take on $8 billion in debts.

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A Career in Film, Captured in 500 Vignettes

Mr. Michell was known as a “touring filmmaker” — one who specialized in highly structured films, such as Chocolat, My Beautiful Laundrette and Notting Hill. He was known to divide audiences by meticulously formulating

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Charles Sellers, rail expert, dies, aged 91

Charles Sellers, a historian who upset the postwar consensus by writing Against “the Roaring of Trains”, died on 4 April, having been given his papers from the university before he died. After completing a