The International Army Games will be held August 1-15 2015 in Russia. The Russian Defense Ministry proposed to hold an opening ceremony on August 1 in Alabino, near Moscow.
From running on donations to becoming an international holding company, the Catholic Church's financial past is littered with secrets. So much that author Gerald Posner wrote hundreds of pages chronicling the institution's financialShow More Summary
Ericsson, the pioneering wireless technology company that holds many patents related to cellular network connectivity, has filed suit against Apple both with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, claiming violation of 41 patents that apply to both the iPhone and iPad. Show More Summary
As Republicans attempt to hold up funding for the Department of Homeland Security over objections to President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, the president held a town hall event at Florida International University hosted by MSNBC's José Díaz-Balart to discuss the issue. Show More Summary
NASA is performing its second of three spacewalks at the International Space Station. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano and John Dickerson with more on walking in zero gravity.
Why Facebook holds the first-place title for the second year and what the rest of the best companies offer well beyond making copies. You won't see interns at any of these 25 companies fetching coffee, doing data entry, or providing mind-numbing support work. Show More Summary
The US continues to hold the indisputable top spot in defense spending, designating more than the combined expenditures of the top 15 nations according to an annual report from the International Institute for Strategic Studies. The IISS'...Show More Summary
Gold Holdings of Eurozone Rise to 10,792 Tonnes – ECB’s “Reserve of Safety” Accumulated The Eurozone raised its gold holdings by 7.437 tonnes to 10,791.885 tonnes in January, International Monetary Fund data released overnight showed. Show More Summary
The survivors dealt with internal divisions and hit the road again in search of a safer home.
Roger Federer probably had no idea that a photograph of him holding India's national cricket team jersey would set off an international incident. Now that the world knows, the whole thing seems sort of weird. Sports fanaticism reaching the ridiculous is nothing new. Show More Summary
Michael Dell announced this week that his eponymous company will start accepting payment in Bitcoin internationally. The company will accept digital currency in the US, Canada, and the UK. This makes Dell the largest company to accept Bitcoin internationally. Here's what it won't do, though: put any skin in the game when it comes to bitcoin. Show More Summary
The raid comes a week after leaked HSBC documents showed that the bank's Swiss unit had helped its international clients launder profits and shelter their holdings from their home countries.
The human genome project captured the public imagination when its first draft was published 14 years ago this week in the international science journal Nature, but the epigenome may hold the real promise for conquering disease.
What is the best mix of stocks and bonds to hold during retirement worldwide? In his January 2015 paper entitled “The Retirement Glidepath: An International Perspective”, Javier Estrada compares outcomes for different stocks-bonds allocation strategies during retirement from a global perspective. Show More Summary
The giant postal operator has offered a 49 percent premium for Australia’s Toll Holdings, despite few obvious synergies. The acquisition delivers Japan Post an international strategy ahead of its upcoming IPO. More deals will follow as Asia’s logistics industry consolidates.
Feb 17 (Reuters) – It is more than a coincidence: the growth of finance really is holding the rest of the economy back. Even worse, according to a new paper from the Bank for International Settlements (www.bis.org/publ/work490.pdf), this likely happens in part because we have too many clever bankers who would be producing more of […]
The UK Financial Conduct Authority was assessing HSBC Holdings’s internal practices after a report last week provided fresh details of how its Swiss unit helped customers avoid taxes, it emerged yesterday. ||| THE UK Financial Conduct...Show More Summary
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