- Dumbo, Brooklyn: A Neighborhood Transformed By Its Vibrant Tech Industry
- The European Financial Crisis: Can It Be Solved?
- US Multinationals Face Declining Profit in Europe, Tapping Into Latin America Instead
- An Interview With NYU Stern School Of Business Professor Kim Ruhl On Multinational Companies And Their Impact On Underdeveloped And Developing Countries
- Google, Microsoft and FedEx Top List of “The 2012 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces”
Monthly Archives: October 2012
European multinational, Royal Dutch Shell, is currently involved in a serious legal battle over alleged oil spills in Nigeria. The Nigerian plaintiffs and Friends of the Earth Netherlands (an environmental organization), on behalf of many polluted villages in Nigeria, claim … Continue reading
As Hurricane Sandy is quickly approaching New York City, estimates of the storm’s extensive damage and economic impact appear far-reaching. In fact, according to a Bloomberg article, the storm may cause approximately $20 billion in economic damage. The article even … Continue reading
US multinational companies have reported substandard corporate earnings, as many of the companies have been facing a decline in sales within Europe, greatly attributed to Europe’s lackluster economy. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, multinational company, Whirlpool, announced … Continue reading
Tropical rainforests, pristine rivers and natural animal habitats used to be the image of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Nowadays, this picture looks very different. The government of Ecuador filed a lawsuit, claiming energy giant, Chevron, polluted their rainforests over two decades … Continue reading
Foreign Direct Investment Explained Check out this video I created on Xtranormal, explaining foreign direct investment.
Book Review: The Culture Code: An Ingenious Way to Understand Why People Around the World Live and Buy As They Do
In his book, The Culture Code, author Clotaire Rapaille, explored in great detail his technique of taking what he calls, ‘imprints’, and using them to delve into the unconscious mind. Rapaille discussed how he designed a structured and reliable method … Continue reading
As if Toyota doesn’t have enough problems… The company, who has been facing rapidly declining sales in China (due to large refusals of Japanese-manufactured goods), has just announced it is recalling 7.5 million vehicles (2.5 million vehicles which are sold … Continue reading