China, like the U.S., is beginning to feel defense spending pressures—both in growth of mission scope, and in technology and personnel costs.
President Obama unveiled a new defense strategy on Thursday as the result of a strategic review he initiated last summer after asking the Pentagon to begin planning for major cuts to defense spending after a decade of growth... Read Post
By Sarfaraz A. Khan: China Mobile (NYSE:CHL), the biggest player in China's enormous telecom market, with the largest subscriber base in the world, could continue to struggle with profits this year. But the company is eyeing a brigh... Read Post
By Leonard Yaffe: Healthcare spending should increase from its recent 3-5% annual rate to a 6% rate beginning in 2015. Furthermore, I believe that this trend will remain through 2030. The recent slowdown in spending growth can be ex... Read Post