The Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons

By George Friedman, Xander Snyder, and Cheyenne Ligon, Geopolitical Futures President Trump has reversed his stance on a number of […]

Some Countries See Migrants as an Economic Boon, Not a Burden

MONTREAL—Lined with cafes and bustling with newcomers, the streets of this eclectic port city, where French and English are spoken […]

New stamp duty rates are bad news for tenants

Why many landlords are likely to increase rents after higher stamp duty rates for buy-to-let investors come into force in […]

CHINA’S PING AN “JUST GETTING STARTED” ON OVERSEAS PROPERTY BUYS

  BY MICHAEL COLE   Ping An kicked off China’s overseas spending spree by acquiring the Lloyd’s of London building for […]

The Salary Parents Deserve, According to a ‘Brilliant’ Calculator

A new ad campaign called “Hardest Job in the World” is a tribute to mothers, although it could easily apply […]

A Look At The Global Wealth in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever wondered how the other half lives? Get unparalleled insight into the world’s Ever wondered how the other half lives? […]

These 8 European separatist groups are totally inspired by Scotland right now

By Paul Ames, Global Post, OIARTZUN, Spain — The surge in support for Scotland’s independence ahead of the Sept. 18 […]

Countries With the Widest Gap Between Rich and Poor

By Alexander E.M. Hess, Vince Calio and Thomas C. Frohlich  The United States of America — the land of opportunity — has the fourth […]

Happy Workers, Richer Companies?

By Derek Thompson, The Atlantic, There is a free lunch in economics, after all. Companies with perks like complimentary meals clearly […]

Food Waste: The Next Food Revolution

Half the food in the last year was thrown out. One billion people are hungry. The next food revolution is […]

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