Global Economy

Save Our Planet And Global Economy - Go For a Scrap Metal Recycling Business

While you're certainly aware of a major global junk metal reprocessing business, you're perhaps oblivious to its size and extent. Nowadays, a massive part of the metal that's used in gadgets and structural items are easily recoverable. What's more, this industry is quickly developing over time. This high-tech world has a few obvious and...
Jan 6, 2015 |

Risk Management In An Uncertain Global Economy

Events of recent years, both political and economic, have made many companies aware of their need for risk management. The growing list of problems that now face our society, make corporate boards and presidents very uncomfortable.
Nov 12, 2014 |

The Need for Translation Services in a Global Economy

The pace of economic migration in the global economy is quickening and the voice of the world is becoming more cosmopolitan. As businesses, corporations and government bodies expand, the requirement for them to communicate with their evolving populous in a meaningful way becomes all the more pertinent, not to mention challenging and...
Nov 12, 2014 |

Prosperity in Emerging Markets Is Driving The Global Economy

The global economy is currently growing at an unbelievable rate and is expected to reach unbelievable levels. In fact, many industry analysts predict it could double in size by 2020 and even more believe it could easily double again, by the year 2030.
Nov 12, 2014 |

Global Economies, Equities, Currencies and Gold Markets on Edge

I know for many of us...news seems to be nothing more than presentation of a gathering of all the negative information available to fill twenty minutes of a thirty minute time slot. Stories of intense individual crisis from around the world in addition to global economic and environmental crisis is more than we were meant to handle in my...
Nov 12, 2014 |

A rise in critical skills for sharing news online

A new survey by Harvard University finds more than two-thirds of young Americans disapprove of President Trump’s use of Twitter. The implication is that Millennials prefer news from the White... Read More

Diner tour: Appalachian voters talk pickles and politics

At the popular local eateries the Monitor visited, the fare ranged from smoky brisket and “frickles” (fried pickles) to fresh blueberry muffins and raspberry hot chocolate. By 7:30 a.m. Saturday... Read More

John Kasich raises 'taking out' top North Korean leaders

With that bold assertion, Gov. John Kasich (R) of Ohio raised a controversial argument for American action aimed at neutralizing the North Korean nuclear threat. “An ability to remove a number of... Read More