Bernanke’s non-conventional market rescue operation opened the doors up for his second term, but he must beware of currency fluctuation and the possible resulting inflation.
When she landed on the island of Martha's Vineyard one morning in July 2001, Flávia Cardoso, a Brazilian, could not believe she was living in one of the most famous resorts on the east coast of America, where former President Bill Clinton, filmmaker Spike Lee and the Kennedy family, among others, spend the summer. [Read more]
Recently, the news from the Korean Peninsula seems to be unceasing. South Korea's Hyundai Group Chairman Hyun's visit to North Korea got results; within the next few days, former President Kim Dae-jung, who was called “giant tree” in South Korea, passed away. Will the “sunshine policy” initiated by Kim Dae-jung [Read more]
The Kennedys are famous in American politics. Their dynasty started with Joseph Kennedy and was continued by his four sons: Joseph Jr., John, Robert and Edward.
The oldest son, Joseph Kennedy Jr., had a promising political future but died while serving in WWII, leaving his brothers to carry the torch. John, Robert and [Read more]
In the latest release of Forbes magazine's list of the world's 100 most powerful women, the German prime minister Angela Merkel reclaimed - for the fourth time - the number one spot, while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton only managed to take 36th place.
Some believe that because she did not succeed in claiming the [Read more]