France knock Argentina out of the 2018 World Cup, and Portugal are eliminated by Uruguay. Those results won’t end the debate over Messi and Ronaldo, but they do remind fans that soccer is about teams, not individuals. But could France’s Kylian Mbappe be the next soccer great?
The language of business and finance used to be easy. Now it’s all derivatives, FDI balances and ‘summing to zero’
I think it is just as well for the City and the world of high finance that I lost all interest in matters fiscal after completing an A-level in economics.
Supply and demand, the multiplier effect, macro and micro economics, bull and bear markets. Basically understood. Fast forward from long ago last century to the present day… bond yields, derivatives, interim permissions, net FDI balances. Nope, not a clue.
With Amazon’s patent count rising again last year, it’s clear the company has a “build it” strategy, while Walmart’s acquisitions point to a “buy it” strategy. Which will win the retail innovation battle?
One key issue CMOs are grappling with is how to develop their marketing organizations’ talent to navigate the fast changing landscape effectively. A roundtable of marketing professionals offer best practices to coach, develop, and retain in-demand young talent.
Francis Ngannou’s camp was less than ideal for his fight against Stipe Miocic. He feels he’s fixed those issues ahead of his UFC 226 matchup against Derrick Lewis.
As manufacturers make lithium-ion batteries as cheap as they can, they’re removing valuable elements that make them worthwhile to recycle, according to the Electric Power Research Institute.
Did you know that your bankcard is powered by London Underground? You do now.
Trade war fears spark second-largest weekly withdrawal since turn of the century