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Rich Thanks to Digitalization

January 5, 2018 // Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany - German

They are the most valuable corporations in the world: Apple, Google parent Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook. Their market value of a roughly combined $3.4 billion corresponds to Germany’s yearly economic output. These so-called superstar corporations occupy such a dominant position in their sector that [Read more]

Teachers Strike in Chicago

April 16, 2016 // Agencia Latinoamericana de Información - Ecuador - Spanish

Bearing in mind ... the fact that Obama lived for many years in Chicago, surely nobody would object if Obama were to visit the city and address public servants on human rights.

Hillary Clinton’s Descent into Hell

February 20, 2016 // Le Point - France - French

<i>In Nevada, the polls put her neck and neck with Bernie Sanders. Whatever the result may be, the former first lady has already lost her luster.</i> The day before the Democratic caucus, things are heating up in Nevada, and it’s not because of the thermometer in this semi-desert state. According to a CNN survey, [Read more]

Something Is Still Not Working in the American Economy

August 19, 2015 // ZF Business International - Romania - Romanian

The world’s largest economy brings unsettling news to the most powerful central bank in the world – the cost of labor is growing at the lowest rate in the last three decades, consumer spending is inevitably slowing down, and industrial activity is putting on the brakes. To make matters worse, Puerto Rico, which [Read more]