Imagine you’re speeding along on a highway. Suddenly, the traffic ahead of you slows, forcing you to hit the breaks. ...
Thomas Bateman, Mike Crant
Sat, 27 Jan 18
Starbucks is raising wages and offering a new round of benefits for its employees in a move the company’s CEO ...
Ivan Pentchoukov
Fri, 26 Jan 18
Every day, tens of millions of people and trillions of dollars of goods and services flow across routes known as ...
Danny Lam
Fri, 26 Jan 18
To the west of Ethiopia near the Sudanese border lies a place called the Asosa zone. This may be the ...
Liam Bullock
Fri, 26 Jan 18
How is it possible to buy something and yet still not own it? Leasehold estate is one of the earliest ...
Ben Mayfield, Lu Xu
Fri, 26 Jan 18
An Epoch Times Survey
The revived trade agreement, now known as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), has finally made it ...
Giovanni Di Lieto
Fri, 26 Jan 18
Materialism gets a bad press. There is an assumption that people who prioritise “things” are inherently selfish. The stereotype is ...
Sandra Awanis
Thu, 25 Jan 18
Research shows that tax cuts lead to increases in corporate investment. But analysis of Australian companies’ financial statements, and what ...
Jeff Coulton
Thu, 25 Jan 18
A pyramid scheme in China has been revealed to have ensnared millions of investors, who have jointly lost 30 billion ...
Annie Wu
Thu, 25 Jan 18
In the north-western corner of Europe, cross-border mobility and trade is flourishing between Norway and Sweden. More than 25,000 people ...
Henrik Wenander
Wed, 24 Jan 18
An Epoch Times Survey
As you’re sitting there, about to throw an office chair, your temperature and heart rate rising, know that it isn’t ...
Peter O'Connor
Wed, 24 Jan 18
While the recent outbreak of E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce has been declared over, Canadian public health officials ...
Jeffrey M. Farber
Wed, 24 Jan 18
As Bitcoin loses value, it may seem like it’s just as useful as the cryptocurrency invented for a joke - ...
John Toohey
Tue, 23 Jan 18
Central banks were supposed to end the cycle of boom and bust, instead they amplified it
Joshua Philipp, Valentin Schmid
Mon, 22 Jan 18