Saudi Prince Rages over Forbes

Saleh Sadi, Editor (Business)   RIYADH - For Prince Alwaleed bin Talal to be listed as 26th on Forbes' list of the world's richest, is not good...

Toyota overtakes VW as “world’s largest carmaker”

Japanese vehicle manufacturing giant Toyota has overtaken its German counterpart Volkswagen to claim the title of "the world's largest carmaker" in terms of sales....

Artful Dodging: Is Paying Tax Becoming a Liberty?

The media is swift to inform the public when corporations engage questionable tax-avoidance schemes, however individuals are also facing disclosure. Corporate tax avoidance. Common place?...

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...

McClendon’s New Company Secures $1.7 billion for Drilling Operations in Ohio

Samrawit Gougsa,  Editor (Business)   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Aubrey McClendon, former CEO of Chesapeake Energy Corp., has secured an estimated $1.7 billion in order to kick-off...

The Gladiatorial Arena of Politics

Scotland’s independence referendum draws the proposed currency union into the political sphere, but where do businesses reside in the debate? The debate surrounding Scotland’s independence...

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...

Greater Economic Investment in Climate Change Crucial: UN

Increased involvement among financial sectors is crucial to help progress Economic and Environmental sustainability — Ban Ki-moon. Ban Ki-moon, United Nation’s Secretary General, has called...

Singapore censures 20 Banks following Rate-Rigging Accusations

  SINGAPORE — Following a global crackdown on currency rate rigging, Singapore’s central bank has censured 20 banks. These banks have been ordered to set...

Paul Ceglia Arrested on Charges of Facebook Fraud

Tia Oja, Correspondent (Business)   NEW YORK - The American entrepreneur Paul Ceglia, 39, has been charged for claiming to owe 50% of the multi-billion company Facebook. Ceglia...