Articles by Kathleen Caulderwood
- Guess Which States Get The Most Federal Money?
March 28 2014 11:14 AM
A new study shows how much of each U.S. state’s revenue comes from the federal government –- the results may surprise you.
- An Ebola Outbreak's Multi-Layered Costs
March 26 2014 7:14 AM
The Ebola virus can have a long-lasting and complex impact, even after the outbreak is over. Here's why.
- Caterpillar Execs To Testify About Offshore Taxes Next Week
March 25 2014 12:00 PM
A certain Senate subcommittee has been looking into American multinationals offshore taxes, the latest from a decades-old panel exposing everything from organized crime to the Enron collapse.
- Is This Region The New Beer Frontier?
March 25 2014 6:08 AM
While beer markets in the U.S. lag, brewers in another region are about to thrive.
- A New Wind In Africa: Kenya Plans Largest Clean Energy Project
March 24 2014 10:58 AM
Lake Turkana Wind Power Project reps finalized a $870M agreement to finance one of the largest clean energy ventures on the continent.
- Tough Trees Transforming Moroccan Desert
March 23 2014 11:18 AM
A biotech company has patented a hybrid tree species that can grow in the toughest environments and will be used to create biofuel.
- Will The Coffee, Cocoa, Wheat Price Rally Endure?
March 21 2014 11:40 AM
Bad weather and disease have sent wheat, cocoa and coffee prices surging this year.
- More Fruit And Less Wheat For Moroccan Farmers
March 20 2014 9:08 PM
The Moroccan government is overhauling agriculture policies that date back decades, but change isn’t cheap.
- Remembering Mandela With Merlot -- Would Nelson Approve?
March 20 2014 1:10 PM
Two of Nelson Mandela’s relatives created a winery bearing the family name -- and it’s going global.
- Here's Why Some African Currencies Have Hit Record Lows
March 20 2014 11:11 AM
The currencies of Zambia, Ghana and Nigeria are at record lows thanks to two key factors. Here's the lowdown.
- Guess Which Bugs Are Back?
March 20 2014 6:17 AM
Decades ago, scientists designed corn plants that poison a common pest, but the worms have evolved.
- Can A Knowledge Economy Boost Egypt And Tunisia?
March 18 2014 6:44 AM
The countries' new constitutions have provisions to protect intellectual property rights in an attempt to foster a “knowledge economy.”
- Morocco Welcomes But Wants More Out Of US Ties
March 11 2014 5:43 AM
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a Moroccan business organization have signed a memorandum to make their economic connection stronger.
- Girl Scouts' Barbie Deal Brings Backlash
March 07 2014 2:51 PM
Activist groups called on the Girl Scouts of the USA to cancel their Barbie-themed badge program.
- Nigeria’s Auditor General Says Constitution Prohibits Audit
March 07 2014 9:23 AM
Nigeria’s Auditor General told a senate committee that he won’t be looking into alleged billions owed by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.
- ATM 'Skimmers' - An Epidemic?
March 06 2014 2:01 PM
Thieves are able to use fake card scanners and cameras to record bank card data, and have been stealing profusely.
- This Is What's Happening To US Measles Care Costs
March 06 2014 11:52 AM
Controlling the spread of measles in the U.S. can cost millions every year.
- Ukrainian Grain Export Delays Could Be A Problem For The World's Largest Importer
March 06 2014 7:13 AM
Ukraine is the fifth-largest grain exporter worldwide, which means economists and politicians are keeping an eye on Egypt -- the world's largest importer.
- Goldman’s Million-Dollar Investment In Women, Public Image
March 06 2014 5:56 AM
The firm said it will add millions to its project focused on helping women entrepreneurs in the developing world.
- And How Are US Small Businesses Doing?
March 05 2014 10:47 AM
The Senate will meet Wed. to discuss the nomination of California-based Maria Contreras-Sweet as head of the Small Business Association.