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US extends leadership in Top 100 world’s companies

The US extends its leading position in PwC’s Global Top 100 companies ranking while Europe continues to decline The total market capitalisation of the Global …

4 Essential Things Your Product Packaging Must Be

What makes the difference between a product that is always picked up off the shelf and a product that remains in the background, waiting to be bought? …

4 Facts about Recycling Ferrous Metals

Did you know that steel, a ferrous metal, is the world’s most recycled metal? Ferrous metals are magnetic and are mainly made up of iron. There are many …

How disappearing jobs keep kids out of college

After states suffer significant job losses, college attendance drops among the poorest students of the next generation, a new study suggests. As a result, …

Emerging Entertainment and Media segments show the importance of user experience

London, 7 June 2017 – Burgeoning entertainment and media industry segments such as virtual reality (VR), e-sports and music streaming illustrate an …

Why some people don’t take out loans for college

People who have used payday lending or have less understanding of finances and loans may be much more loan averse than others when it comes to college loans, a …

Technological Change and Cyber Risk Overtake Regulation as Top Risks for Insurers

‘Banana Skins’ survey reflects industry risk perception Insurance Banana Skins 2017 (2015 ranking in brackets) 1 Change management (6) 2 Cyber risk (4) 3 …

Minimum wage hikes help some workers, not others

Raising the minimum wage helps workers who currently earn that amount but decreases the number of low-wage workers that businesses hire shortly thereafter, a …

Wages aren’t the only factor for British working poor

Sixty percent of the people living in poverty in the UK live in a household where someone is working, the highest figure ever recorded, a new report shows. The …

For creating jobs, spending on schools beats military

Government spending on the military yields fewer jobs, dollar for dollar, than spending on domestic programs such as health care, energy, infrastructure, and …