Friday, December 13, 2013 As of 9:17 AM EST
Boeing said its “best and final” offer to build key parts of its new jet in the Puget Sound region was rejected by the main workers’ union.
What The Latest WTO Agreement Means For The Global Economy
Here's How Energy Companies Fight Keystone XL Opponents: WikiLeaks
Red, Redder, Reddest, Blue! Why Mississippi And Texas Could Be The Democrats' Secret Weapon
Private Equity Sees Whether It Likes Socially Responsible Investing
Water, Water Everywhere, Even Once On Mars (Perhaps)
French Horns: The Bloody Battle To End Bullfighting In France
In Russia's Oil-Rich Bashkortostan, Terror Threats Undercut Investment Efforts
Bashar Masri's Palestine: Transformation Or Mirage?
The Bitcoin Phenomenon - Merrill Sees A Very High Value
What’s Eating Latin America: Drought
Drought is usually overlooked as a devastating natural disaster, but it has triggered huge losses in Latin America.
Why The ECB Is Promising To Extend Easy Money Policy
Those expecting a quick tightening of monetary policy in 2014 will encounter a sobering reality.
What's Holding Back South Africa's Economy?
In 2014, the South African economy is projected to be one of the slowest in sub-Saharan Africa -- an otherwise fast-growing region.
China 2014: An Important Year For Its Reform Agenda
GDP growth will slow just a little more in China, but that pace is in-line with the nation's plan for reform.
This Week In IBTimes Magazine
West Bank Housing, Mississippi's Political Transition and French Bullfights - IBTimes Mag: a deep dive into global business & geopolitics.
Stanley Fischer To Be Nominated Fed Vice Chair
Fischer is well-known in international economic policy. At MIT, Fischer once taught current Fed Chairman Bernanke and ECB President Draghi.
Africa’s Economy On Cusp Of Giga-GDP Growth
This may be Africa’s moment: Consider that mining may be one of the least of its many potentially lucrative assets and attributes.
Austerity Protests Rock Europe's Capitals Throughout The Year
Protests against austerity-induced government layoffs, higher taxes, and service cuts intensified across Europe as populaces struck back.
Floods Across Central Europe In Pictures
Heavy rain in Europe between late May and early June 2013 caused massive flooding across Central Europe, claiming at least 22 lives and displacing...
Will Holiday Markdowns Hurt Companies In Q4?
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