Is there any hope that the fast-decoupling U.S. and Chinese governments can resolve their trade dispute, and inject a bit of pep into the weakening global economy? Yes – but the path toward a deal is narrowing.
Ultimately, what has fed this war is the manner in which it has been communicated.
According to the Science and Security Board’s Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, we are now closer to the apocalypse.
It’s clear that uncertainty regarding the United States’ position in the world will be the hallmark of [Trump's] early days in office; a sort of Pandora’s box with unforeseen consequences.
As Stephen Hawking, one of the great thinkers of our time, wrote this week in The Guardian, we’re at the cusp of one the most dangerous eras in recent memory.
While Donald Trump has written many books on the subject of business ... all of these books seem to end at Chapter 11.
The Sunday outing used to be going out for fast food; now it's buying guns.