Global brands are skilled in articulating relationships, a competency that can: a) reinforce superiority versus local challengers
How would I -- or you -- look to the world if subjected to 30 years of relentless, organized and fully-funded lies, calumny
Devotha: When I look back at how we started and where we are now, I realize it's been a long journey. K-Finance started as
Economist Mohamed A. El-Erian explains why we need an "economic Sputnik moment."
Jared Bernstein, a former economic advisor to President Barack Obama, argues that Europe could have helped the Greek economy
It has been months since my last article. The absence was due in part to my preparation of a speaking engagement at the Luxury Lab conference last month in São Paulo, Brazil.
Others took to Twitter to express their opposition: "This sort of stereotype ignores that Latinos are a multi-faceted community
Jonathan Gruber, the influential and controversial MIT health economist, is among four people that the Massachusetts governor
The story, which detailed Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's appearance at New York's Madison Square Garden Sunday night
We're thinking Obama isn't going to like this comparison: The cover, entitled "Mission Relaunched," appears to put Obama's
The Economist is apologizing for a recent book review that criticized a writer for portraying whites as evil during times of slavery in America.
Mr Baptist has not written an objective history of slavery. Almost all the blacks in his book are victims, almost all the
STUDENTS can learn a lot about economics when they buy Greg Mankiw’s “Principles of Economics”—even if they don’t read it
The Indian news cycle has been operating at a feverish pitch of late. American media players are attempting to foray into the Indian market for online news, and results have been mixed so far.
Hey New Yorkers, think your life is expensive? Take some solace in knowing it could be much, much worse. The city's cost
You can read more about the background on what's being called the Séralin affair on Wikipedia. From the Economist: But the
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For Perkins, "corporatocracy" refers to the recognition that governments, including our own, are controlled by corporate interests. The motto of these corporations, globally, is to maximize profits by any means necessary.
"PRINT is dead" was a common refrain a couple of years ago. The costly print advertisements that kept magazines and newspapers