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What to expect at this year's IFA

IFA, one of the world's largest consumer electronics trade shows, starts this week in Berlin. It's not quite as big as CES, but it can be a good insight into what lies ahead in the holiday shopping season. IFA is often the place where...Show More Summary

First study examines PTSD & cognitive impairment in World Trade Center responders

CHICAGO, August 25, 2016 - New research published by the journal Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring confirms the connection between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and cognitive impairment - in this case, among those who helped with search, rescue and cleanup efforts following the 2001 World Trade Center (WTC) attacks. read more

Yasiel Puig is on trade waivers, but what does that mean?

Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes Yasiel Puig trade rumors, the Little League World Series champs, and a battle for the AL East. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds of stories, rumors, game coverage and Vines of dudes getting hit in the beans every day. Show More Summary

WC on the Road: What's in Derek's gear bag in 2016?

We're off to Berlin — here's what I'm bringing to the IFA show floor! The IFA trade show in Berlin is one of the biggest tech extravaganzas of the year, bringing the world's largest tech companies (and many many many of the smaller ones)...Show More Summary

Photographer plans to reprint photos of Twin Towers that hung in Windows On The World and were lost on 9/11

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Charles Moretz plans to reprint the photos that were on permanent display in the Windows On The World restaurant. His six photographic murals were among the artwork lost at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Titled Point Of...Show More Summary

The Top 10 Public Global Oil Producers In 2016

This group represents the ten largest publicly traded oil companies in the world ranked by current oil production volumes.

Recycling for a Better World: ‘Your Best Return’ Campaign Helps Chilean Kids Learn Coding

In line with its mission to bring technology closer to people, Samsung Electronics Chile has launched the ‘Trade In: Your Best Return’ campaign, with the aim to both encourage users to renew their phones and provide a responsible and meaningful way to put old devices to good use. Show More Summary

Trade Secrets: No-Fail White Paint Colors for Any Room

(Image credit: Arlyn Hernandez) Blame it on the Scandinavian fascination in the design world, maybe, but white walls have never been more in demand. Peruse your Pinterest boards, and chances are, a great majority of the rooms you've pinned have white walls. Show More Summary

MetalMiner Week in Review: Welcome Back to Earth, Metal Prices!

Categories: Category Intelligence (Direct), Industry News, Metal Miner, World Trade Tags: General News, L2 This week, most exchange-traded metals came down to Earth as the Federal Reserve hinted it may finally increase interest rates. Show More Summary

Whitney Houston, UB40, And Janet Jackson Had The Top Hits Of 1993

1993 was certainly a transitional year in America. Bill Clinton became president and helped the gay rights movement start to take off. Islamic terrorists bombed the World Trade Center and previewed what would happen eight years later. Show More Summary

Westfield World Trade Center Opens -- Shoppers React

People arrive at the World Trade Center during the grand opening of the Westfield World Trade Center shopping mall on August 16, 2016 in New York. / AFP / KENA BETANCUR (Photo credit should read KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images) Everyone hates malls these days: too big, too boring, too same-old-thing. Except maybe outside [...]

SMM 2016: World Premieres from around the Globe

Some 50,000 trade visitors from the whole of the world are expected in Hamburg for the start of SMM in less than two weeks. And once again, it is fully booked – with a total of more than 2,

Exchanges call for regulatory clarity over blockchain use

LONDON (Reuters) - A lack of clarity over regulation is holding back the development of blockchain technology for cutting the cost of share trading, the world's trade body for exchanges said on Thursday. The World Federation of Exchanges...Show More Summary


Through trade pacts and institutions like the World Trade Organization, the United States has sought to rip down barriers to global commerce, including quotas and taxes on imports. Imports cut prices for consumers, and exposure to foreign competition makes American firms and the overall U.S. economy more efficient. [...]Show More Summary

Meet One of the World's Few Female Clock Whisperers

Lili von Baeyer carefully examines an old timepiece. (Photo: Lili von Baeyer) The making, restoring, and repairing of clocks is an endangered trade, still held somewhat captive by an old boy’s club. But 31-year-old Lili von Baeyer is...Show More Summary

Is the U.S. Trade Deficit a Problem to Solve?

Since  1975 – for 41 straight years – the United States has registered annual trade deficits with the rest of the world.  That means that year after year, Americans spend more on foreign-produced goods and services than foreigners spend on U.S.-produced goods and services or, put simply, the dollar value of U.S. Show More Summary

What it’s like to have your world turned upside down by an insider trading conviction

What's it like to be convicted of insider trading, and later freed? William D. Cohan wrote a fascinating profile for Fortune about Todd Newman, the hedge fund manager at now-defunct Diamondback Capital, whose case has raised questions...Show More Summary

WTO to Announce Decision on Russia-EU Dispute Over Third Energy Package May 2017

The World Trade Organization (WTO) will announce its decision regarding the dispute started by Russia on the so-called EU Third Energy Package in May 2017, the WTO said in a document.

Paris Tourism Lost $850 Million After ISIS Attacks

The Paris tourist trade has suffered a loss of 750 million euros ($850 million) since extremist attacks on the world’s most-visited city left 130 people dead on November 13 2015, officials conceded on Tuesday. A homegrown cell of the...Show More Summary

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