China’s new capital controls on outbound foreign investment may reduce real estate investment in the short run, but may also help to tamp down corporate indebtedness and work toward State objectives.
If Ford bought Albertson’s then we’d not give a hoot, because there just wouldn’t be any antitrust issues. Amazon buying Whole Foods is much closer to the second than the first–which is why the FTC had a quick look and said they don’t give a hoot either.
The absolute return sector has been controversial and investors are pulling out of some of the flagship funds. Is it a busted flush?
Price gouging is the market’s get out of jail free card in the wake of a disaster, bringing supply and demand into accord–yet we try our damnedest to imprison people for employing our most effective tool. We really need to change the laws here.
Winter has arrived.
Dara Khosrowshahi is Uber’s pick to be its new chief executive, so what do we know about him?
It may very well be that the Western Digital will be part of the purchasing consortium Toshiba’s memory unit, assuming that the terms are right and that bad blood between the two companies generated by the conflict of the last few months can be resolved.
Extraordinary experiences come in a flying visit to one of Asia’s most remote communities, the Laya valley on the border of Bhutan and Tibet.