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The 'False Choice' Faced by Black Market Organ Donors

As Wales becomes the latest country to make organ donation opt-out, the illegal organ trade continues around the world.

WTO talks stuck again as ministers prepare to meet, Azevedo says

By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - World trade talks are deadlocked and ministers are unlikely to find a way out of the impasse when they meet in Nairobi next month, World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo said on Thursday. Show More Summary

MMA Appoints Leaders from Major Consumer Brands to Global Board of Directors

The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), a leading global trade association for the mobile industry, just added five new Global Board of Directors members. The new additions are all global industry leaders, the organization announced. Elected to brand new two-year terms beginning immediately were Pete Blackshaw, Global Head of Digital Marketing & Social Media, Nestle; Susan […]


Why We Need a Federal Civil Claim for Trade Secret Misappropriation Guest Post by James Pooley, former Deputy Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization.  Pooley makes his full argument in a forthcoming George Mason Law Review article available here. Trade secret theft has been a federal crime since 1996, covered by the Economic Espionage Act (“EEA”). […]

From the Balkans to Belgium: EU Takes Aim at Terrorist Gun Trade in Europe

Europe is ramping up its efforts to make it harder for Kalashnikovs to fall into the hands of terrorists after being easily transported between the EU's open borders. "Organized criminals accessing and trading military grade firearms in Europe cannot and will not be tolerated," EC President Jean-Claude Juncker said.

The Most Overpriced Assets on the 2015-16 MLB Offseason Trade Market

Although the easiest way for teams to improve their rosters is through free agency, organizations are getting creative with trades to upgrade for 2016 this winter. By trading, teams are able to stay away from long-term deals that can cripple franchises. But that doesn't mean that working with another team is always the best idea. Show More Summary

U.S. loses WTO Appeal in Mexican Tuna Dispute

The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body ruled against the United States on Friday in a dispute with Mexico over tuna labelling, upholding an earlier ruling issued in April that found U.

Starlin Castro Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Cubs SS' Future

Chicago Cubs middle infielder Starlin Castro could reportedly be on the move as the organization looks to upgrade other areas of the roster this offseason. Continue for updates. Cubs Discussed Castro With New York Yankees Friday, Nov. Show More Summary

5 Ways To Earn More Money By Improving Your Reputation And Gaining The Trust Of Your Colleagues

Your name is your brand in the marketplace and you trade on it every day. It’s absolutely essential to your career and your organization’s success. In 5 easy steps, learn how to improve your reputation and gain the trust of your colleagues.

Shelby Miller Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Braves P's Future

Starting pitcher Shelby Miller is the latest member of the Atlanta Braves to have his name pop up in trade talks as the organization's rebuilding process rolls on. Continue for updates. Braves Discussed Miller with Arizona Diamondbacks Thursday, Nov. Show More Summary

Regional Trade Agreements Should Not 'Break' WTO Rules - Russian PM

Regional trade agreements should not "break" the rules of the World Trade Organization.

Obama's in Asia with Pacific trade partners, but the pact depends on his sales job back home

The victory lap President Obama wants to take in Asia this week over a sweeping Pacific trade deal stands to be dampened by frustration among some of his chief allies back home: organized labor. Leaders from the 12 participating nations that signed off on final terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership...

Five Years Later, Free Trade Still Doesn't Work

My book Free Trade Doesn't Work was published five years ago by the U.S. Business and Industry Council, a Washington-based think tank and lobbying organization. If the reader will forgive a bit of inside baseball, I'd like to review what I got right and what I got wrong, now that time has given a bit of perspective. Show More Summary

Arista: Cisco Suit Outcome Likely Better Than Feared, Says Guggenheim

Guggenheim Securities’s Ryan Hutchinson today reiterates a Buy rating on shares of Arista Networks (ANET) after a conference call he organized yesterday with a fellow named Marc Bosch, whom he describes as an “international trade expert,”...Show More Summary

Human Trafficking, Where Children Are Invisible

Trafficking in persons is a profitable international trade; it is the third source of income for organized crime after drugs and arms. The available figures confirm an alarming growing trend and the International Labour OrganizationShow More Summary

5 Teams Most Likely to Trade for 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick wants out after this season, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee. “I think the (Kaepernick) feels like he has been undermined by this organization, he hasn’t been supported...Show More Summary

Sean Newcomb to Braves: Latest Trade Details and Scouting Report

Ever since fully kicking off their rebuild in the winter, the Atlanta Braves have stockpiled young arms to help take the organization into the future. That trend continued Thursday, when the Braves traded Andrelton Simmons to the Los...Show More Summary

Russia Proposes to Hold Talks on Ukraine's WTO Lawsuit on November 17

Moscow has proposed to Kiev to hold consultations on Ukraine's lawsuit to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over limits on car and railroad switch exports to Russia on November 17, the Russian First Deputy Minister of Economic Development said Thursday.

China warns WTO its cheap exports will soon be harder to resist

By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - China has served notice to World Trade Organization members including the European Union and United States that complaints about its cheap exports will need to meet a higher standard from December 2016, a Beijing envoy said at a WTO meeting. Show More Summary

Scotland On Track To Fall Behind 100% Target, UK To Fall Behind As Well

A new report has shown that Scotland is on track to miss its 100% renewable energy target if further investment is not made into onshore and offshore wind. According to the new report, published by trade organization Scottish Renewables,...Show More Summary

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