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When to trust (cough) financial journalists

Apr 7, 2014
Researchers settled on some rules of thumb.

Ford's China conundrum: Big profits, bribery allegations

Apr 4, 2014
More autoworkers are Chinese – assembling cars in China for sale to Chinese consumers.
Posted In: China, Ford, corruption

G4S goes where public forces can't

Apr 3, 2014
The private security company is big, expensive, and perhaps unwieldy.
Posted In: G4S, security forces

The Ukraine crisis could extend to outer space

Apr 3, 2014
Tensions in Ukraine impact American-Russian space partnership.
Posted In: ukraine, Russia, international space station, ISS, Soyuz, Space X

Lagarde: Global recovery hinges on IMF reforms

Apr 2, 2014
Christine Lagarde on Congress' IMF vote: "Not exercising that leadership is a mistake."
Posted In: IMF, ukraine, Crimea, Russia, sanctions, global economy, recession
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Shrinking Middle Class? Not in Latin America

Apr 2, 2014
In Latin America, the gap between the rich and poor is narrowing.
Posted In: Latin America

As fast food makes inroads, India's obesity rate rockets

Mar 31, 2014
For many better-off young Indians, Western-style fast food is considered cool. And as they down burgers and sugary sodas, obesity is spreading.
Posted In: obesity

Doctor's new order: no limes, no coconuts

Mar 28, 2014
Prices for limes and coconuts are up, thanks to bad weather and more demand.
Posted In: limes, coconut, Agriculture, trade, Haiyan

What's Up Europe? Germany and Poland have mixed feelings on Russia

Mar 27, 2014
President Obama continues his tour of Europe.
Posted In: Europe, ukraine, Russia

Spiking lime prices threaten salsa

Mar 27, 2014
More than 90 percent of limes we enjoy in the country are grown and sold in Mexico.
Posted In: salsa, limes, Mexico

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