Marketplace heads to London

May 16, 2014
Check out what's ahead in our report from across the Atlantic.
Posted In: London

Can shipping containers solve London's housing crisis?

Mar 3, 2014
Rent for old steel containers costs just $400 per month.
Posted In: London, Housing, shipping

Nets, Hawks game underscores NBA's European hopes

Jan 16, 2014
NBA officials have made it clear; they want to expand the brand in Europe.
Posted In: NBA, basketball, London

London Gold Fix under scrutiny

Nov 26, 2013
Since 1919, bankers have come together every day to determine the price of gold around the world. But now the process -- the London Gold Fix – is under scrutiny by British regulators.
Posted In: gold, London

E-cigarettes are still cool at Heathrow Airport

Nov 25, 2013
As increasing attention is paid to the e-cigarette industry, London's Heathrow Airport will open an e-smoking lounge.
Posted In: e-cigarettes, Heathrow, London

London Tube rides go high tech

Nov 22, 2013
Starting soon, London Underground riders will be able to enjoy WiFi and other services.
Posted In: London, public transportation, wifi

Britain's Crystal Palace could rise again

Oct 11, 2013
A Chinese property developer has unveiled plans to recreate the Crystal Palace, a cast iron and glass building that burned down in the 1930s, in south London.
Posted In: Britain, London, architecture

London's divided Syrians in war of words

Oct 7, 2013
London’s small Syrian community is divided over whether President Bashar al-Assad should stay or go. Pro- and anti-Assad activists sacrifice much to achieve their goals.
Posted In: London, syria

Intern's death prompts call for culture change in London's financial district

Aug 21, 2013
21-year-old Moritz Erhardt, an intern for Bank of America in London, collapsed and died this week after reportedly working extremely long hours to impress his bosses.
Posted In: intern, Bank of America, London

Speed prompts futures exchange to consider move to U.S.

Aug 6, 2013
The London International Financial Futures Exchange is considering a move to the U.S. That should make transactions marginally faster, but is this a wise move?
Posted In: Europe, automated trading, London