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Game Theory Pioneer John Nash, Wife, Killed In Taxi CrashGame Theory Pioneer John Nash, Wife, Killed In Taxi Crash

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The world lost one of its truly beautiful minds this Saturday, when a taxi carrying John Nash, 86, and his wife of nearly 60 years, Alicia, crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike. The two were killed on the spot when the driver of the Ford Crown Victoria lost control as he tried to pass a Chrysler in the.. »more

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NZ dollar falls as greenback strengthens after inflation report, Yellen speech

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Malaysia Stock Market May Extend Losing Streak

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JAPAN »
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Japan Stocks Lead Asia Up

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