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US investors unfazed as Evergrande REIT nears debt default: BofA survey

A sovereign default in China is not off the table, but American investors are unfazed, according to a BofA Merrill Lynch survey released Monday, as a bond default by Evergrande REIT looms. The poll...

Building in China collapses, sends hundreds into streets, amid anger over demolition

The 2008 demolition of the best commercial building in southern China has triggered social unrest that threatens the stability of the country, as residents of the city of Yulin erupted in anger last week,...

Xinjiang’s Forced Labor and Self-Ignoring Government

May 18, 2016: Nevada Republican Congressman Reid Ribble (R) holds a solar panel for a photo during his visit to the SolarWest solar plant in Henderson, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) By now...

Facebook executive apologizes for anti-Muslim post

A Facebook executive who shared an anti-Muslim anti-Islam narrative in her private account has offered an apology to company workers, where the post had not yet gone public. The account, Facebook Senior Manager of...

Investing in green technology is even more lucrative than stocks and tech

To think you could make money investing in green businesses and technologies—which would then contribute to the fight against climate change—is to think in terms of cosmology and astrophysics. We’ve been here before, but...

Antitrust inquiry to force Microsoft to change its business practices

Microsoft faces an imminent antitrust battle with the European Union over its business practices, seven years after the ruling in a lawsuit dating back to its ground-breaking antitrust settlement with the United States. The...

Four ways that millennials are leveraging their personal brands to earn more money

Want to make more money? It's time to get over your fear of sales and make some moves that can help you close more deals. It's no secret that the workplace is changing and...

Evergrande falls after reports China asked developer to halt sales through 2021

Shares of Chinese developer Evergrande jumped Thursday after mainland media reports the government requested the company to avoid a near-term default. Evergrande announced late Wednesday night it intended to suspend its sale of property...

Fed Up Campaign Launches Facebook Crackdown!

The Fed Up Campaign has launched a new initiative to get Americans to pledge to use Facebook to log off of the social media website. Before you say they're crazy, you should know exactly...

Emails during the workday can get really, really annoying

Is your company actively making your employees work remotely? Are you filled with dread of returning to the boardroom filled with monosyllabic computers and soundless phones? Do you find yourself saying “You’re out of...

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