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Fri, 29 Aug 2014 04:10:50 GMT
Obama accuses Russia, says no US military action in Ukraine - BusinessWorld Online Edition
USA TODAY - WASHINGTON -- US President Barack Obama said Thursday it was "plain for the world to see" that Russian forces were fighting in Ukraine, but ruled out any US military action to resolve the escalating conflict.US says Russia has 'outright lied' about UkraineUSA TODAY6 questions about the crisis in UkraineWDSU New OrleansEuropean stocks drop over Ukraine concernsSky News AustraliaBusiness Insiderall 6,390 news articles .

Sun, 24 Aug 2014 12:19:08 GMT
15 biggest employers in the world - USA TODAY
They are also based throughout the world, from the United States to China to Russia to Germany. Based on figures from S& P Capital IQ, these are the largest employers in the world. Employee count is just one indicator of a company's size. The companies .

Fri, 29 Aug 2014 00:23:53 GMT
A New American Oil Bonanza - New York Times
The reason for the improved economics of road travel can be found 10,000 feet below the ground here, where the South Texas Eagle Ford shale is providing more than a million new barrels of oil supplies to the world market every day. United States . .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 15:25:13 GMT
Why Canada now skates circles around US on business taxes - MarketWatch (blog)
Yet Canada has made a conscious and concerted effort over the last 15 years to slash its corporate tax rate, making it one of the most attractive places in the world to locate a global-oriented business. The United States? Tax reform has repeatedly .

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 15:37:00 GMT
Burger King swallows Tim Hortons; new firm is Canada-bound - Los Angeles Times
The Guardian- - Los Angeles TimesTwo-thirds of the new company's revenue will come from Canada, with 20% from the U.S. and 13% from the rest of the world, the firms said. Canada also has a lower tax rate, allowing Burger King to reduce its tax bill. The combined federal, state and .Burger King faces tax controversy after $11bn Tim Hortons purchaseThe GuardianBurger King to buy Tim Hortons for $11.5 billionChicago TribuneCan Tim Hortons preserve its brand while 'serving a new master'?Financial PostBusiness Insider -The Independent -RTE.ieall 3,204 news articles .

Fri, 29 Aug 2014 08:55:59 GMT
France shines in IMF list of world's promising economists - FRANCE 24
France shines in IMF list of world's promising economists - Its economy may be in the doldrums, but France has at least one good reason to remain hopeful about the future. Almost one third of the world's brightest, young economists have French passports, according to the IMF. The Washington-based International .

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 18:57:32 GMT
World War One: Industrial innovation and suspicion - BBC News
Businesses that won government contracts did the best, including boot and shoe-makers and the clothing industry, says Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum, and author of The First World War on the Home Front. The aircraft industry . .

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 18:25:42 GMT
Asserting that the US is and will remain the one indispensable nation in the world, President Barack Obama today said that country has to use its power wisely to sustain this leadership. "The United States is and will remain the one indispensable .

Fri, 29 Aug 2014 11:15:37 GMT
Mouse Tax GameNew York TimesAnd for those traditional corporations that are subject to the United States corporate tax rate, which at 35 percent is the highest in the world, there are myriad ways to avoid paying anything close to that. By taking advantage of a warren of credits .Prediction: USA 2020 – Will We Have Any Major Corporations Left?Spend Mattersall 42 news articles .

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 21:49:51 GMT
Criminalising the American company - The Economist
There have also been reports of investigations or possible settlement negotiations with Walmart, the world's largest retailer; Hospital Corporation of America, the world's largest private-hospital chain; and General Motors, America's largest car . .