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Port Authority pays for old Condé Nast office to sit empty

More than a year after Condé Nast moved from Times Square to One World Trade Center, its new landlord, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, continues to shell out more than $3... To view the full story, click the title lin...

Why USDJPY Matters (Or The Carry Collapse Cometh)

The yen’s strength may be tripping up U.S. stocks as the collape of the BoJ-inspired carry trade pressures leverage and risk-taking around the world. As Bloomberg notes, in the last 10 instances the yen rallied at least 1 percent against the dollar, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index lost 0.8 percent on average, the most since at least 2008. Show More Summary

Historicist: “The Dream That is Canada’s Wonderland”

3 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

A look at the development of the amusement park, which turns 35 this year. “Must we trade all that is good in our community for the artificial plastic world of profit-motivated developers?” Letter writer Elaine Ziemba’s complaint toShow More Summary

From Handguns to Anti-Aircraft Missiles, Study Reveals Facebook Arms Trade

The world’s most popular social media platform is being used by arms dealers to host numerous online arms bazaars where anyone can easily buy a weapon of any kind, researcher Nic Jenzen-Jones told Radio Sputnik.

Injecting Energy Into the Agenda of Trade Negotiators

Barriers to trade and investment in energy goods and services, long neglected, are starting to be addressed by trade negotiators in the World Trade Organisation and outside of it. The process of integrating the energy dimension to trade policy is however still in its infancy.

VIDEO=> DONALD TRUMP at GROUND ZERO of WORLD TRADE CENTER after 9-11 Attacks

On September 11, 2001, Islamic terrorists attacked New York City. The monsters flew planes into the Twin Towers at the... The post VIDEO=> DONALD TRUMP at GROUND ZERO of WORLD TRADE CENTER after 9-11 Attacks appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Spain's Newest Billionaire Transformed Shoe Fortune To Hospitality Empire

Spanish billionaire Miguel Fluxa Rossello, third generation heir to a shoe-making business, helped forge a new path in the family trade by building one of the world's largest privately-held hospitality companies.

WTC Firefighters Needing Sinus Surgery Had More Intense, Longer Exposure to Caustic Dust and Have Higher Eosinophil Levels

Firefighters who responded in the first two days of the World Trade Center disaster and those who worked at the site for six months or longer are more likely to need sinus surgery than firefighters whose exposure to the site's caustic...Show More Summary

Why trade matters to Brooklyn manufacturers

Today, Brooklyn-made products are exported to countries all over the world, from Canada and Brazil to Saudi Arabia and Japan. But before that was possible, America’s fourth largest city had to... To view the full story, click the title link.

Bolstered Security at EU Borders May Negatively Affect Flow of Goods - WTO

World Trade Organization economist said that heightened security measures at EU borders could negatively affect the cross-border flow of goods.

9/11 Charity's Stair Climb Will Return To 1 World Trade Center, Finishing At Observatory

Following a very public dispute, a 9/11 charity has announced that its annual stair climb will be at 1 World Trade Center. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation announced the climb will take place on the morning of Sunday, May 15th—with a new finish line. [ more › ]

Oil just charged past $40

The price of oil has passed the $40 per barrel mark once again on Thursday as sentiment surrounding the world's most crucial traded commodity improves. Oil prices had crashed last week, after Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammad bin Salman...Show More Summary

Trump Tears Down Free Trade Orthodoxy

Emma Connors Globalization, When it comes to matters of trade, he speaks succinctly and with conviction. The photos of Xi and Obama meeting in Washington last week reminded the world that, in nine months' time, there will be a new face sitting down with China's president for such tête-à-têtes. Show More Summary

Bloomberg’s Hello World tech-and-travel show trades talking heads for Vice-like filmmaking

For Bloomberg, making video for the web means rethinking everything it knows about the stories people want and how they want them told. Last week, Bloomberg premiered Hello World, a half-hour technology and travel series hosted by Bloomberg Businessweek technology reporter Ashlee Vance. The show’s first stop is New Zealand, where Vance interviewed scientists and...

Manufacturing in the Spotlight at German Embassy

The countdown is on for Hannover Messe, the world’s largest industrial trade show taking place April 25 to 29. The United States is the 2016 partner country, and President Barack...

HTC Vive review: This is VR the way we always imagined it

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Most of us grew up imagining VR as first-person simulations. Whether it was trading virtual gunfire, exploring fantastic worlds you'd never see in real life or chatting with people who only exist inside a computer, the VR of our dreams was always a first-person experience. Show More Summary

The Evolution Of The Panama Hat, #PanamaFiles Style

A trove of secret documents leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca show how the world's economic and political elites launder vast sums of money, dodge international sanctions and trade laws, and avoid paying taxes.

Trump tears down free trade orthodoxy

The photos of Xi and Obama meeting in Washington last week reminded the world that, in nine months' time, there will be a new face sitting down with China's president for such tête-à-têtes. And what if that new face is Donald Trump? This...Show More Summary

No, National Borders Are Not 'Arbitrary'

One of the truly dumbest arguments I hear in favor of free trade is that national borders are "arbitrary." I usually get this from right-wing libertarian types, but occasionally from "one world" leftists, too. But it's not true. ForShow More Summary

Seeing Signs Of Business Interest In Cuba

Free trade and open markets are inherently good things, for investors, for consumers and for the world at large. The economic history of the entire post-World War II era more than validates this, whether it’s increased standards of living or enhanced wealth creation across the socioeconomic ladder. We tend to lose sight of this, though, […]

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