Perks for public sector employees will also be scaled back in one of the most drastic measures yet to save money at a time of low oil prices Saudi Arabia will cut ministers’ salaries by 20% and scale back financial perks for public sector...Show More Summary
Lil Wayne just caught a major break in his legal war with Birdman... a judge is forcing Baby to open his books to account for millions Weezy says he never saw. Wayne had previously asked to see Birdman's financial records to find out how he burned…
I’ve been meaning to reply to this Chris Arnande post for some time. He argues that Trump voters are not foolish, but rather “Trying to use their vote to better their particular situation”. He uses the comparison to a financial instrument known as an option, argues many people are “out [...]
The US housing market looks very different from its shape in 2008. It reached a breaking point and nearly cratered the financial system after mortgages were approved for too many people that were least likely to pay back on time. The...Show More Summary
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue). How to govern your church effectively For the first time, the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability surveyed leaders from more than 500 churches what makes their boards effective. Show More Summary
European investment banks, particularly Deutsche Bank, are in trouble — and for the first time since the tail end of the financial crisis not a single European lender is in the top five global investment banks, according to the latest...Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Apple appears to be looking for help in its efforts to reinvent the automobile, with reports surfacing Wednesday of potential acquisitions and collaborations. The Financial Times reported that the Cupertino company wanted...Show More Summary
Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus Rift, has been keeping busy since he sold the company to Facebook in 2014 . One thing he’s done to pass the time, as reported by The Daily Beast, is to financially back (and be named Vice President of) a company dedicated to alt-right meme shitposts. Read more...
Originally published on sister site Gas2. A report in the Financial Times claims that Apple is negotiating a possible purchase of McLaren Technology Group. Why would Apple be interested in a company that fields a Formula One racing team? Odds are, Apple is not thinking of getting involved in motorsports. Show More Summary
Recall that earlier this week, The Financial Times reported that, “For the world’s wheat farmers already reeling from decade-low prices due to bumper crops around the world, it is the last thing they wanted. “Confusion surrounding quarantine rules in Egypt has effectively taken the world’s largest wheat importer out of the international market, depressing prices, […]
“31 Days to Financial Independence” is an ongoing series that appears every Thursday on The Simple Dollar. You might want to start this series from the beginning! Last time, we put together a lot of pieces and created a picture of our...Show More Summary
When it comes to culture, words matter. Any time a financial institution talks about “products” that can be cross-sold to customers, trouble isn’t far behind, says a wealth management executive.
Manwaring - Visual Identity abduzeedo Sep 22, 2016 After a long hiatus I got the time to post again and nothing better than sharing a beautiful visual identity project. I am talking about the Manwaring - Certified Financial Planning project shared by Jackson Mahlke. Show More Summary
Those of us with a deep interest in economics and financial issues often try to peer into the future and speculate about what’s to come. Sometimes, this exercise is meant to produce tangible investment advice, but other times, we’re...
Earlier today, The Financial Times reported that Apple was interested in buying supercar maker McClaren. Since then, McClaren has denied those rumours — though the Financial Times stands by its reporting — but that doesn’t mean the idea is without merit. More »
Earlier today, The Financial Times reported that Apple was interested in buying supercar maker McLaren. Since then, McLaren has denied those rumors—though the Financial Times stands by its reporting—but that doesn’t mean the idea is without merit. Read more...
Matthew Garrahan and Tim Bradshaw, reporting for The Financial TimeS: Apple has approached McLaren Technology Group, the British supercar engineer and Formula One team owner, about a potential acquisition, in the clearest sign yet that...Show More Summary
In yesterday’s New York Times, financial reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin revealed that “with few exceptions,” almost all of the business titans he has interviewed over the past few months have been aggressively critical (“even derogatory”) of Donald Trump. The piece is a must-read for two reasons. First, as a profile in cowardice. Show More Summary
As stated by Business Insider, Apple was rumored to be talking to McLaren Automotive about “a potential takeover or strategic investment.” This discussion, which was reported by the Financial Times on Wednesday, September 21—the report...Show More Summary
Apple is reportedly in discussions to purchase part or all of McLaren, the British luxury sports car maker. Three anonymous sources with inside knowledge have told The Financial Times that Apple has approached McLaren Technology, which owns around 80 per cent of McLaren Automotive, about a possible takeover of, or a strategic investment in, the […]