(Reuters Breakingviews) - Reuters Breakingviews readers demonstrated a globally varied and voracious appetite for insight in 2016. The most-clicked stories on Breakingviews.com ranged from the rise of President-elect Donald Trump and Brexit Britain, to stresses in Singapore’s governance model, fears over negative rates and a messy ethical dilemma for Harvard Business School’s dean in India. If you missed these and other popular pieces over the past year, please give them a read as the New Year approaches.
The most read articles on Breakingviews.com in 2016 were:
Singapore stresses under a wealth of worries reut.rs/2hwXFtk
Hadas: Britain picks the wrong time to play games reut.rs/29gZoBt
Chancellor: Negative rates, negative implications reut.rs/2hTX8Tg
Cox: Apple and Tesla really need each other now reut.rs/2hU07Li
Saudi U.S. selloff threat not to be trifled with reut.rs/2ipwRQe
Europe's bite at Apple could leave bad aftertaste reut.rs/2ipLmDn
Bayer upstaged by its unloved plastics spinoff reut.rs/2iMN2Dz
Harvard's business dean faces own ethical dilemma reut.rs/2gkeiwY
Review: Big Data's all-too-human failings reut.rs/2ilnzCa
Hillary Clinton's 1 pct dilemma gets more awkward reut.rs/2iMEHjm
Multimedia features also proved popular with Breakingviews’ customers. Our new podcast, the Viewsroom, scored two spots on our list of top 10 pages this year. An extensive e-book on Trump’s America was a hit too - though even more of you preferred to imagine your own White House dream team with our interactive graphic.
Here are the multimedia views that featured on a list of the top 10 pages:
Viewsroom: One hundred days of Brexit reut.rs/2hCaKX9
Viewsroom: Apple's driving ambition reut.rs/2ifJQU0
Pick your fantasy White House economic team reut.rs/2fT5n5t
Trump's four phases will guide next four years reut.rs/2fDgJJ0
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