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Germany Enjoys Tax Windfall, Debates Lowering Taxes
The German government is known for high tax policies, but according to the latest analysis, some experts are ...
November 27, 2011
German Property Market Booming Amid EU Trouble
When it comes to fears of financial instability, most wealthy Germans are eager to put away their money ...
November 14, 2011
Singapore Scores Manchester United IPO
According to Forbes, Manchester United Club is valued at $2.4 billion, which makes it the most expensive sports ...
August 25, 2011
European Banks Cut Jobs as Global Economy Totters
European worries about the threat of defaults by Italy and Spain, and the possible credit downgrade of France.
August 11, 2011
Vodafone Pays Dividend After Verizon Wireless Windfall
Vodafone made public that it will pay out dividends worth a total of 2 billion pounds (US$3.3 billion) ...
August 4, 2011
Greece Should Exit Eurozone, Expert Says
The Greek financial crisis is not getting any better, as more protests spur through the streets of Athens ...
July 14, 2011
UBS Scores a Coup by Landing Axel Weber as Chairman
Well-respected German central banker and economist Axel Weber last week decided to take the post of chairman at ...
July 4, 2011
Aspirin, Drug Demand Boost Bayer’s Earnings
The wonder of aspirin continues, as the century-old drug has revitalized pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG's first quarter sales ...
June 30, 2011
Airbus Enjoys Record Orders Amid Boeing Delays
Boeing and Airbus were the two biggest rivals at the Le Bourget airfield outside Paris last week.
June 23, 2011
European Businesses Voice Concern Over Unfairness in China
Survey respondents wish for greater transparency and well-regulated markets.
June 9, 2011
TweetDeck’s Success Story is a Beacon for London’s Silicon Roundabout
Social networking company Twitter last week acquired London-based 3-year-old online startup company TweetDeck for $40 million.
May 31, 2011
BP Looks to Move On From Gulf Accident
BP Plc finally got some good news recently. Its partner, Japan-based financing firm Mitsui, which owned 10 percent ...
May 23, 2011
France, Germany Lead EU GDP Growth
The EU economy has posted an impressive 0.8 percent growth in the first quarter of 2011, Eurostat, Europe's ...
May 16, 2011
BP Close to Signing Arctic Exploration Deal with Rosneft
After long and tense rounds of negotiations, British oil giant BP Plc has agreed to include its half-owned ...
May 9, 2011
Spain’s Unemployment Threatens Economic Stability
MUNICH—Unemployment in Spain continues to rise. Last week official statistics reported that the unemployment rate has risen to ...
May 2, 2011
Alfa Plans to be Back in the US Market in 2014
Years after exiting the U.S. market, Alfa Romeo plans to storm the United States again with its new ...
April 18, 2011
Portugal’s Credit Rating Lowered Again
After major political instability and growing debt, Portugal is seeing its Fitch credit rating fall by another three ...
April 4, 2011
BP, Rosneft’s Russian Oil Deal Fails to Consummate
British oil giant BP Plc failed to close an agreement with Russian oil company Rosneft to secure a ...
March 28, 2011
German Energy Industry Rethinking Nuclear Power
In the midst of the Japanese nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Germany became one of the first countries to ...
March 22, 2011
Nokia Reports Smaller Profit, to Announce New Strategy
Nokia—the biggest cell phone maker in the world—has announced disappointing fourth-quarter 2010 financial results, putting a dent in ...
January 31, 2011
All-Time High Business Confidence Buoys German Economy
Lead by a surging automotive industry, business confidence in Germany has hit an all-time high in January.
January 25, 2011
Top Earners ‘Flying Away’ as Global Pay Disparity Widens
After analyzing 115 countries worldwide the International Labor Organization has concluded that the pay difference between the top ...
January 3, 2011
Single Sky Agreement to Facilitate EU Travel Reached
Last week six European countries reached a major agreement for joint management and consolidation of airspace.
December 14, 2010
Portugal, Spain, and Italy Feel Bailout Pressure
The European economy is being dragged down by its less successful members.
December 5, 2010
German Consumer Spending Hits Five-Year High
Germany, the first European Union nation to get over the economic crisis, reports high consumer spending growth.
November 23, 2010
Airbus’s Reputation Takes Dive Along With Rolls-Royce
A recent Airbus Rolls-Royce engine blowout damages reputation of both companies.
November 18, 2010
Denmark Aims to Dismantle Slums
Denmark has adopted a Ghetto Strategy to enforce strict integration laws of people living in poor neighborhoods.
November 18, 2010
Rep. Lee Zeldin Defends Trump Following Backlash Over His ‘Disloyalty’ Remarks
Mueller Overlooked Italian Ex-Minister Tied to Joseph Mifsud
Trump Awards Medal of Freedom to NBA Star Bob Cousy
The Associated Press
Epstein’s Will Creates Additional Barriers for Accusers, Lawyers Say
Chinese Hackers Target US Cancer Research: Cybersecurity Report
, Epoch Times
DOJ: 64 Percent of All Federal Arrests in 2018 Were Noncitizens
Epstein’s New Mexico Ranch Has Story to Tell, Official Says
Ocasio-Cortez Faces Backlash for Calling Electoral College a ‘Scam’
Bernie Sanders Says His $16 Trillion ‘Green New Deal’ Plan Will ‘Pay for Itself’
Sarah Sanders to Join Fox News as Contributor