UK Could Get Plastic Banknotes by 2016

Ingrida Kurlinkute, Correspondent (Business)   LONDON — 2016 might see the introduction of smaller polymer banknotes by The Bank of England. Plastic banknotes will be less shabby, much...

Facebook Lifts Ban On Videos With Violent Content

Samrawit Gougsa, Editor (Businnes) WASHINGTON DC — Facebook has caused a stir amongst the public over its controversial decision to lift a ban on violent video...

Japan embraces Muslim visitors to bolster tourism

Whilst other leading international nations have been opting for a more closed door approach – most notably America and front-runner Donald Trump’s most recent...

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and its many controversies

On November 12, Pakistan and China have joined hands to inaugurate the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. Beijing has acquired more than 2,00...

Nestlé Wins Legal Battle Over Cadbury’s Use of Color Purple

Samrawit Gougsa, Editor (Business)   LONDON- Nestlé, the world’s leading food and beverage company, has won a legal battle against competitor Cadbury over its attempt to trademark...

What Will Now Happen to the Washington Post?

Vinayita Bhobe, Correspondent (Business)   NEW YORK — Jeffery Bezos, the founder and chief Executive of Amazon.com has finalised the purchase of one of USA’s most reputed...

Mexico Outruns Brazil in Auto Industry

Two major emerging markets of Latin America compete to overtake the U.S. market — the second biggest auto market in the world In recent years, many...

Starbucks cups leave some seeing red

According to American Christian internet personality Joshua Feuerstein, Starbucks has become too politically correct due to their new holiday cups. “Starbucks REMOVED CHRISTMAS from...

H&M Sales Figures Down

Tia Oja, Correspondent (Business)   STOCKHOLM - The multinational retail-clothing company Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) announced its sales had gone down during March. March was already the sixth...

The Thriving German Economy

Tia Oja, Correspondent (Business)   BERLIN - Germany, the strongest economy in Europe keeps getting stronger even in the middle of a global recession. After the rise of...