In the US and Europe, 95% of the buyers are male. Average age is 55. What's different in China?
The math just shot craps.
Germany has neither a minimum wage nor a government. Someday it might have both.
A hot, phenomenally profitable export product with minuscule input costs and unlimited potential.
It wasn’t “disenchantment,” explained Euro Disney CEO Philippe Gas, but an “economic problem.”
“How Can I Explain To My Clients Afterwards That We Had A Third Crash In 15 years?”
The bailed-out owner of the Fukushima nuke, famous for its lackadaisical handling of the fiasco and its stinginess with the truth, reported earnings. It was a doozie.
All bets are off.
Wallowing in Fed-Induced Stock Market Delirium, Even Texas Instruments Admits: Stocks Are OverpricedSubmitted by testosteronepit on 10/22/2013 15:14 -0400
Stocks balloon, we’re incessantly told, because revenues and earnings rise. But what if they sag for years, and the stock still balloons?
IBM tried to come up with a panic-free explanation for the sudden collapse of hardware sales in China, but the Chinese government had warned of the coming fiasco in mid-August
Time runs out on Italian and Spanish banks. But the truth is fatal.
Stock market now held up by its one and final prop, a jerry-rigged, haphazard device with destructive side effects.
The zero-nuclear option has a hugely popular and powerful backer in Shinzo Abe’s own party: former Prime Minister Koizumi
Crashing luxury sales in China is a hard-to-swallow concept for the industry.
Great Start in Germany: DAYS After Election Victory, Merkel’s Party Breaks Campaign Promise Of “No Tax Hikes”Submitted by testosteronepit on 09/28/2013 13:25 -0400
In record-breaking time, categorical promises that resulted in a phenomenal victory in the September 22 election turned out to be lies