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John Tishman, Builder Behind Pioneering American Skyscrapers, Dies at 90

A photo of the twin World Trade Center towers from 1980. These 110-story towers were two of John L. Tishman's biggest accomplishments as a builder and leader of Tishman Construction. Image by Carol Highsmith/Library of Congress. One of the most...

Cigarettes: Burning a Hole in Greek Government's Pocket

One of the world's leading international tobacco companies has called out Greece for its illegal cigarette trade, accusing it of denying the state thousands of euros in potential revenue. Meanwhile, a leading academic in public health tells Sputnik the tobacco industry has been found to benefit from the illicit trade.

TPP Signing Only Marks Beginning of Fight, Says Bernie Sanders and Activists

One of the world’s biggest multinational trade deals has been signed by 12 member nations. The Trans-Pacific Partnership encompasses 12 Pacific Rim nations, including the United States, and 40 percent of the world’s economy. Opponents say it will benefit corporations at the expense of health, the environment, free speech and labor rights. Show More Summary

Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal signed, but years of negotiations still to come

By Rebecca Howard WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The Trans-Pacific Partnership, one of the world's biggest multinational trade deals, was signed by 12 member nations on Thursday in New Zealand, but the massive trade pact will still require years of tough negotiations before it becomes a reality. Show More Summary

Got a Mind for Finance? Consider Freelance Trading

As the world of self-employment grows, so do our opportunities. The days of being limited to one type of specialty are gone, replaced by exciting and innovative gigs. Today's freelancers have incredible options to work when they want,...Show More Summary

What’s Going Down At Condé Nast?

“‘Those who want things always to stay the same are not living in the real world,’ Ms. Wintour said in a recent interview at her office overlooking the Hudson River at Condé Nast’s new headquarters, One World Trade Center. ‘It’s like perfection. Doesn’t exist.'”

SOM Unveils New Renderings of Manhattan West

SOM—the architecture firm behind One World Trade Center—recently unveiled new images of Manhattan West, a five-million-square-foot development comprised of three asymmetric glass towers now rising in Hudson Yards.

Everyone is talking about Cisco buying NetApp, but we hear Cisco has other plans up its sleeve

There's an implosion going on in the $36 billion enterprise storage market, which was the darling of the tech world just two years ago, One of the hardest hit is NetApp, its stock now trading at its lowest point in about five years — the stock is about $22, a mere $6.9 billion market cap. Show More Summary

Venezuela’s oil-based economy is about to flatline. Then what?

3 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

Venezuela, the nation with the world's largest petroleum reserves, is facing one of the world's most painful, and predictable, economic collapses. Oil exports account for as much as 95 percent of its trade revenue, and with Venezuela's brand of heavy crude slumping to $24 a barrel this week, the country is drifting dangerously close to […]

Lionel Messi would trade his five Ballon d’Ors for one World Cup

4 weeks agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Lionel Messi said on Monday he would swap all his individual awards including five Ballon d’Or trophies for a single World Cup win. Asked what he would choose between his plethora of Ballon d’Or awards and a World Cup, the 28-year-old said: “The World Cup, of course.” He added: “Team […]

Yoenis Cespedes wants $150 million and no one wants to give it to him

Monday's Say Hey, Baseball includes Yoenis Cespedes' contract hopes, David Ortiz's special talents, and appreciation for Brian Cashman's trades. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about CES 2016

It’s been a busy week here at Cult of Mac as we all scrambled to get as much news out of the Consumer Electronics Show, which has been chugging right along in Las Vegas. And it’s one of the biggest trade shows in the world, so we had plenty of news to go around. We […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

A 'Flash Boy' trading firm wants to build a tower taller than the Shard

One of the world's biggest high-frequency trading firms wants to build a huge tower in the English countryside to develop a high-speed trading network between Britain and Europe. Financial News reports that Vigilant Global, a telecoms...Show More Summary

105 Winning Trades In A Row... Here's How I Did It

One of the best income strategies in the world involves a market some investors completely ignore. It allows individual investors to generate income from the best companies in the world without buying

"Markets In Turmoil" As Europe Opens

With Chinese trading halted mere minutes into its day-session on the back "insane" moves as one Asian manager exclaimed, the rest of the world's markets have borne the brunt of hedging, unwind, selling pressure. Dow Futures are down 300 points from After-Hours highs... Show More Summary

There's bad, there's worse, and then there's this China chart

China kicked off 2016 by scaring the entire world with a stock market drop that proved contagious, at least for one nerve-racking trading session. But right now, that's really the least of the country's problems. The most pressing issue is how to fix the economy. This chart from Bank of America Merrill Lynch shows the ratio of job-offers-to-seekers. Show More Summary

'Flash Boy' traders want to build a tower taller than the Shard

One of the world's biggest high-frequency trading firms wants to build a huge tower in the English countryside to develop a high-speed trading network between Britain and Europe. Financial News reports that Vigilant Global, a telecoms...Show More Summary

Artwork in Progress: A Conversation With Donald Martiny, Contributing Artist at One World Trade Center

I was in New York City in October, on the way to a client meeting at Condé Nast's headquarters at One World Trade, and had an incredible, unexpected experience. In the south entrance of the One World Trade Center, where a bright, natural...Show More Summary

The Saudi-Iranian Crisis Is Another Regional Powder Keg

Saudi Arabia and Iran, two "benevolent" pillar states of the world of Islam, trade barbs over the execution of 47 suspected terrorists in one day in the desert kingdom, among them a Shi'ite preacher, Nimr Al Nimr. Choosing sides between the two when human rights are concerned is like choosing between plague and cholera. Show More Summary

Hilton (HLT) to Spin-Off Real Estate Assets

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (NYSE: HLT, $21.78, Market Capitalization: $22 billion), one of the world’s largest hospitality companies, plans to separate its real estate assets into a publicly traded entity. Media reports as of December 16, 2015, suggest that Hilton intends to spin-off its hotel properties into a Real Estate [...]

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