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IKEA Unveils the Extent of Its Success
Swedish furniture purveyor Ikea has surprised the world with outstanding business performance over the last 12 months.
October 5, 2010
Airlines Triple Forecast for 2010
Global airlines are raising their forecasts to hit $8.9 billion in net profits by the end of 2010.
September 28, 2010
EU to Invest $8 Billion in Technological Innovation
EU's Research Commissioner announced that the European Union would invest 6.4 billion euros in research and innovation.
September 2, 2010
Russia, Ukraine to Ban Grain Exports
Following forest fires, an extreme heat wave, and a record draught, Russia has lost one-third of its harvest.
August 17, 2010
BP Signals It May Continue Macondo Drilling
BP Plc hinted to the world that it could again start drilling for oil and gas in the ...
August 11, 2010
Iceland Credit Rating Slashed Again
Moody's Investors Service lowered Iceland's credit rating after the island's government passed a law prohibiting any type of ...
August 5, 2010
Eastern European Economies See a Slow Recovery
Last week EBRD published a quarterly economic forecast for the 30 Eastern European and Central Asian countries.
July 26, 2010
Spain’s World Cup Triumph May Boost Economy
After winning the most valuable soccer trophy—The World Cup—Spain is feeling the vibrations of excitement.
July 15, 2010
Nike, Adidas Vie for Marketing Gold at the World Cup
As the World Cup kicked off in South Africa, the entire globe is watching the games on TV ...
June 16, 2010
EasyJet to Test Ash Sensors on Airplanes
EasyJet, Airbus and Norwegian Institute for Air Research to develop technology that could detect volcanic ash at high ...
June 6, 2010
Spyker Cars to Bring Back Retro Design of 1950s Saab
Dutch manufacturer Spyker Cars NV to roll out a rebirth of one of Saab's most popular models from ...
June 1, 2010
Geithner to Talk Euro Crisis with Germany
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner plans to visit the EU this week, to discuss the troubled euro currency.
May 24, 2010
The Euro Hits Lowest Point in 18 Months
The European Union may be entering a deep financial crisis as the euro currency slides to an 18-month ...
May 16, 2010
Greek Economy a Source of Woe For EU
Greece continues to be the major source of woes for the European Union, as its debt crisis keeps ...
May 9, 2010
Greece Weighs on Eurozone Economy, Currency
The Greek financial tragedy continues to weigh on the European economy.
April 26, 2010
Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Eruption Costing European Airlines a Fortune
Since last Thursday, Europe has been covered by an ash cloud from Iceland's erupted volcano called EyjafjallajÃ¶kull, causing ...
April 18, 2010
EU Could Earn Up to $67 Billion on Bank Tax
This tax levy is to be used as an emergency fund, capable of bailing out banks in case ...
April 11, 2010
Space Tourism Industry Lifts Off
Commercial space tourism will soon become a widespread reality.
April 5, 2010
Fiat May Become 35 Percent Shareholder of Chrysler
Italian automaker Fiat is planning to take a 35 percent stake in the troubled U.S. automaker Chrysler Group.
April 5, 2010
U.K. Becoming European Hotbed of ‘Green’ Vehicles
Thanks to Nissan, the U.K. has become a European center for the manufacturing of electric cars.
March 24, 2010
New York Ties London as Top Global Financial Center
London and New York are the world's best cities for the financial industry.
March 18, 2010
EU Sets Up Energy Fund to Diversify from Russia
European Commission earlier this month approved a “recovery package” worth of 2.3 billion euros (US$3.2 billion).
March 16, 2010
Adidas Looks to World Cup to Boost Revenues
German sports clothing and equipment manufacturer Adidas AG reported a woeful 62 percent profit drop last year.
March 7, 2010
Germany Braces for Massive Lufthansa Strike
German flagship carrier Lufthansa is planning the biggest strike in its history.
February 21, 2010
GM Completes Saab Sale, Europe Restructuring on Track
Spyker N.V., the Dutch car manufacturer, given the green light to buy General Motors Co.'s Saab brand.
February 14, 2010
Euro’s Drastic Fall Raises Questions On Stability of Currency
Last week, the euro dropped to its lowest rate since last May, reaching 1.36 points against the dollar.
February 8, 2010
In Davos, Leaders Take Aim at the Banking Industry
Bankers and politicians met at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland to discuss new regulations on banking ...
February 1, 2010
‘An Unprecedented Evil Persecution’—Chapter Fifteen: Inattention to the Killing of Falun Gong for Their Organs
Trump Calls Out Antifa as Starbucks Closes Shop in Portland Ahead of Planned Violent Clashes
Rashida Tlaib’s Grandmother Reacts to Canceled Trip: ‘I Hope, Inshallah, That She Will Come Back’
NYT Executive Editor Says Focus Has Shifted From Russia-Trump Theory to Trump’s ‘Character’
Hong Kongers Stage More Anti-Government Protests, Braving Storms
Trump’s New Hampshire Rally Broke Elton John’s Attendance Record: Fire Marshal
Trump Weighs in After Tlaib ‘Obnoxiously’ Passes on Approved Trip to See Grandmother
Gohmert Doubts Investigators’ Conclusion on China’s Alleged Involvement in Clinton Email Scandal
US Issues Warrant to Seize Iranian Oil Tanker in Gibraltar
Clinton Emails With Classified Info Sat in Gmail Account Two Weeks Before Comey Exonerated Her