Money talks in Bahrain. In fact it never really shuts up. The ruling family continues to splurge on a series of vanity projects despite a growing clamor of alarm from international analysis warning that the tiny island kingdom's finances are fast swirling down the toilet.
"Universities will continue to operate with lack of budget clarity into FY 2017, limiting long- term planning and investment
Just because someone says it's so, doesn't make it so. And the combative presidential election contest of 2016 has inspired the mass media equivalent of a Gold Rush of fact-checking.
It is ironic that the first country to enforce the latest UN sanctions against North Korea by impounding a cargo vessel is the Philippines.
To address these shortfalls, WFP recently announced a crowdfunding platform called "Share the Meal" which allows smartphone
The Big Short - a chronicle of infectious shortsightedness; epidemic blindness, delusion, and deceit.
Burry's mania drove him to read, discover, process and discern what others didn't - or couldn't. What he uncovered and fathomed
The presidential hopeful says the industry has a major conflict of interest. He's not wrong.
A president fighting impeachment names a finance minister not trusted by markets as Brazilians, dismayed by the country's politics, prepare for more hardship in 2016.
When Moody's Investors Service downgraded Illinois' credit rating in October, Illinois earned not only the distinction of having the lowest credit score of any state (it had had that for some time) but also became the first state to receive a rating below single-A. But what does that mean and how can Illinois get out of last place?
Two ratings agencies this week downgraded Illinois' credit rating. What does this mean to you? Mainly it means that more of your tax dollars now will go toward paying interest on state borrowing.
On Monday afternoon, Rauner took ownership of the state's first credit rating downgrade on his watch when Fitch Ratings lowered
ALWAYS sell into the initial excitement. When in doubt, sell half. Possibly not before Chinese markets have their own 50
Could Chicago see the kind of angst viewed in Baltimore last month and Ferguson last year? One Illinois professor says racially charged civil unrest and dissatisfaction with police in Chicago might be inevitable.
The fact is -- given a bit of clear thinking unencumbered by all of the noise -- none of the issues perpetuating our current national crisis are going to be solved by the screaming children in the room so why join them as it will only serve to hamper much needed solution.
There's a reason they're called salesmen. And consequently, converting the non-believers has always been an occupational job hazard for salesmen.
The indications we've been given -- although no one is willing to state definitively what the final rule is likely to include -- suggest that we shouldn't get our hopes up that our chief concerns will be comprehensively or even meaningfully addressed. We hope we are reading those indications wrong.
The Paul Ryans of America have lost the bet fair and square. The tax cuts experiment has had plenty of time to show results, but the only people whose economic situations have improved since the Bush tax cuts are the wealthiest 1 percent of society.
For all its claims about efficacy, Pearson is not a very efficient company. For all its claims about valuing education, the only thing Pearson appears to value is profit.
Now is the time for a new globalization, that can be either multipolar, based on fair development, stability and innovation or confrontational, based on privileges, speculation and inequities. This means making choices and changes in many sectors: let's begin with credit rating.
Nov 22 (Reuters) - More than 40 percent of U.S. public universities and nonprofit colleges face lower or anemic tuition revenue