Singer Shakira traded her famous hips for a global cause Tuesday, urging world leaders to invest in childhood development.
Six employees of the federal General Services Administration have sued to prevent moving to the World Trade Center.
MUNICH -- Only days ago Volkswagen was the envy of the auto industry. In July, the German company surpassed Toyota to become the world's largest automaker. And just last week they adorned the International Trade Fair for Mobility (IAA) in Frankfurt with glossy new models. Show More Summary
Bloomberg: China Investors Shun World's Wildest Stocks as Trading Dries Up. Plunging turnover and the world’s wildest price swings mean that China’s stock market just keeps getting uglier for investors. The value of shares traded onShow More Summary
Understanding fault lines in growth and capital markets informs how the slowdown in the emerging world can affect the advanced economies and the US in particular. The first fault line is the trade linkages which impact...
By John Kemp LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Container shipping lines are poised to take delivery of a new generation of “megaships” over the next two years, just as the growth of world trade is slowing down, contributing to massive overcapacity in the market. Show More Summary
Container shipping lines are poised to take delivery of a new generation of "megaships" over the next two years, just as the growth of world trade is slowing down,
Two World Trade Center is Bjarke Ingels' biggest project yet. But the mischievous Dane is just getting started. The post Meet the Superstar Architect Transforming NYC’s Skyline appeared first on WIRED.
Though the story of Philippe Petit’s daring tightrope walk between the World Trade Center towers was already told (and told well) in James Marsh’s 2008 documentary Man On Wire, the feat is getting a big, flashy update this year, courtesy of Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk. Show More Summary
The new IMAX trailer for The Walk is basically a collage of all the trailers we’ve seen so far that emphasizes how batshit crazy and terrifying it would be to even stand near the edge of a World Trade Tower, let alone walk between the towers on a tightrope. Show More Summary
Donald Trump, Republican presidential frontrunner, was grilled Sunday by Jake Tapper regarding his reluctance to correct a comment deriding Muslims several days ago as well as his views on President
The Washington Post ran an editorial yesterday worrying about the end of globalization. It told readers: "Freshly released data from the World Trade Organization and other economic forecasts show that the world is on course for its third...Show More Summary
Events in the world economy appear to be leading to a bit of a change in fortunes for world trade, says a report from Clarksons Research. Having grown by 3.2% in 2014,
A walk that none of us would take, but I can't wait to watch! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... This movie thrills me. I love the ambition to share something beautiful that happened with the World Trade Center....Show More Summary
GUEST: After driving growth for the world’s largest companies, building automated trading systems like SearchForce and managing over $1 billion media spend while studying high growth companies like AirBnB, Uber and Zenefits, I’ve consolidated...Show More Summary
Donald Trump went on State of the Union Sunday with Jake Tapper. During the discussion Tapper questioned him on the... The post Donald Trump: It Wasn’t the Swedes Who Blew Up World Trade Center (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
“I have friends that are Muslims... But we certainly do have a problem. I mean, you have a problem throughout the world.”
Teddy bears, drinking glasses and mugs sold as souvenirs at the new World Trade Center are the focus of a new federal lawsuit in Manhattan.
'The League' star was nowhere near the World Trade Center that day. Everyone tells little white lies now and again, but fabricating a role in a national tragedy? That's just abhorrent. Comedian Steve Rannazzisi, who stars in FXX's fantasy...Show More Summary
Bjarke Ingels is a superstar architect, and Two World Trade Center is his most epic project yet. But the mischievous Dane is just getting started. The post Meet the Superstar Architect Transforming NYC’s Skyline appeared first on WI...