Five Global Business Trends for 2016 That You Need to Know

Five Global Business Trends for 2016 That You Need to Know

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has released its Transforming World Atlas to demonstrate how the world is changing in unexpected ways and how these...
Five Super Wealthy Businessmen Who Used to be Bankrupt

Five Super Wealthy Businessmen Who Used to be Bankrupt

The two most vital components of entrepreneurship are management and risk-taking. This means that to do well in business, one must be prepared to take...
Six Amazing Pioneers of the Sharing Economy

Six Amazing Pioneers of the Sharing Economy

With the astronomical rise of Airbnb and Uber capturing the airwaves, it seems that the sharing economy is the top buzzword in global business...
7 Biggest Corporate Layoffs In History

7 Biggest Corporate Layoffs In History

According to 24/7 Wall St., the cause of mass layoffs is the result of one of two conditions: industries near the end of their...
5 Ways Public Companies Are Better Than Private Companies

5 Ways Public Companies Are Better Than Private Companies

The vast majority of companies we are familiar with are public owned. Firms with securities (equity and debt) owned and traded by the general...
Four Fair Trade Coffee Companies

Four Fair Trade Coffee Companies

In 2013, consumer sales of Fair Trade certified products reached $7.3 billion, with the Fair Trade coffee market growing 8% year-on-year. Companies can receive...
The World’s Ultra Rich Are Now $2 Trillion Wealthiervideo

The World’s Ultra Rich Are Now $2 Trillion Wealthier

Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWI’s), or individuals who have more than $30 million in net assets, the ultra rich, are now $2 trillion...
Five Social Media Sites You Have Never Heard of Before

Five Social Media Sites You Have Never Heard of Before

In 2015, active Internet users worldwide totaled 3.2 billion, which is nearly half the population of the world. Of these, over 2 billion are...
Six Countries That Have Faced Severe Economic Sanctions

Six Countries That Have Faced Severe Economic Sanctions

Historically, nations have leveraged economic sanctions as a non-military tool to act against a targeted country, often for political or humanitarian reasons. Recent years...
Four Countries That Went Bankrupt But Lived to Tell the Tale

Four Countries That Went Bankrupt But Lived to Tell the Tale

In July, Greece became the first developed country to default on the International Monetary Fund when it missed its $1.7 billion debt payment. European leaders are now...