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Thursday, 17. April 2014
Foreign Investments
With the country's long-troubled economy teetering on the edge of recession, average Russians are feeling the pinch, even before the bite of Western sanctions over Crimea.
Thursday, 17. April 2014
Company Reports
As Internet users migrate to mobile devices, Google earns less on its ads, and as the dominant player, growth opportunities are increasingly rare.
Thursday, 17. April 2014
Suits and Litigation (Civil)
The food company General Mills added language to its website to alert customers that they cannot take legal action against the company if they download coupons, enter a contest or connect with it in other ways.
Thursday, 17. April 2014
Bitcoin (Currency)
In a statement posted on its website, the Tokyo-based company said a local court had dismissed its request that it be allowed to try to rehabilitate its business.
Wednesday, 16. April 2014
Economic policy
The recovery in employment has been faster than expected but many doubts exist about the security of the new jobsNobody saw the crisis coming, a common but debatable claim. What's clearer is that nobody foretold the shape of the recovery. For all the excitement about wages (just) overtaking one measure of inflation, pay is still surprisingly stagnant, while jobs are surprisingly numerous. More people are working than six years ago, but they are still producing less. Even as unemployment recedes...
Wednesday, 16. April 2014
China
Data shows reduced growth rate and industrial production decrease as fears of slowdown trigger government actionChina's economy grew at the slowest rate in 18 months in the first quarter of the year, raising fears that the government will miss its 2014 growth target.Gross domestic product increased by 7.4% compared with the same period a year earlier, following 7.7% growth in the fourth quarter of 2013. Chinese leaders are targeting a rise in GDP of 7.5% this year. Continue reading...
Wednesday, 16. April 2014
China
The world's second biggest economy has slowed down this year leaving the Chinese government with plenty to ponderIt's make your mind up time for the Chinese government. The world's second biggest economy slowed in the first three months of 2014 and will slow further in the second quarter. The moderation in the pace of expansion was anticipated and engineered by Beijing as part of a liberalisation programme but the question now is whether policymakers will hold their nerve.On the face of it...
Wednesday, 16. April 2014
Ed Miliband
Hollande's rout in the French local elections shows the price to be paid if Labour embraces cuts and corporate powerThe Tory press are crowing that George Osborne is as good as home and dry. Now that wages have outstripped inflation for the first time in four years, the Sun claims Ed Miliband has "got nothing left to say". In fact, real wages are still falling, if you take out bonuses or include housing costs, following the longest drop in living standards since the 1870s.Add to that...
 
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