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Too Smart: New Ford S-Max Can Recognise Road Signs

Ford claimed that the company found about a justice on speed lovers who actively shake the gas pedal and do not pay attention to the signs when they see a straight road. This is a car that reads information from their own road signs and automatically resets the speed. The new version of S-Max car...

London Delays the Deal with LetterOne

The fate of the British gas fields in the North Sea, purchased by Mikhail Fridman, will be solved no sooner than a few weeks, if not months, since the decision on the deal will be taken by new government that will be elected in May, sources said. According to them, the term of the decision will...

Venezuela on the Brink of Collapse

The base of the economy is completely shaken up with plummeting crude oil prices, increasing poverty and rampant rise in inflation. Venezuela’s economy is hit by recession with its vital financial indicators ranking at or nearly the bottom. However Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, blamed its...

Financial Instability Brings Greece One Step Close to Bailout

Greece is about to enter a critical condition of cash crunch soon. Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s Prime Minister visited Berlin to meet Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor this week. The meeting took place at the time when Greece’s relation is in trouble with other Eurozone partners. However, Merkel did...

Is Euro to be Refused?

Confidence in the euro-zone economy is rapidly declining. In the initial stages of the burst in the currency zone crisis, only investors actively withdrew their funds, but now they are joined by central banks. Investors and central banks are actively selling Euro, leading to a further reduction in...

Morgan Stanley Downgraded Forecast for Metal Prices in 2015

Morgan Stanley analysts downgraded the outlook for prices of some commodities noting that "sleepy" China's industrial sector is not able to support the demand for primary commodities. As reported by Bloomberg, the forecast of nickel prices for 2015 has been lowered by 23% - down to $ 14,815 per...

What to Expect This Week: Announcement of Significant Economic Events

On Friday, the dollar fell sharply against major currencies, showing the worst weekly performance over three years against Euro and the largest weekly decline against Yen and Swiss franc in two months, amid concerns about the pace of interest rate hikes in the United States. The sharp drop in the...

Commercial logic holds the key to sustenance of our Natural Capital - biodiversity

The depletion of our natural capital is detrimental to our survival as a species. In order to stem further degradation and depletion of it, it is vital that CEOs closely collaborate with the academia so that they can quickly grasp key ideas and concepts that will be of commercial benefit to not...

Smaller companies are showing the way on how to be more environmental friendly.

Small to medium sized companies are increasingly playing a larger role in the green economy towards and are leading the pack towards environmental compliances. If you think when it comes to protecting and nurturing the environment or improving the working conditions of employees, bigger companies...

Amazon Drones get US Regulator Permission

US federal regulators have allowed Amazon to test drones to deliver the goods, writes The New York Times. - FAA today issued an experimental airworthiness certificate to Amazon Logistics to design unmanned aircraft, which the company will be using for research, development and training of crews, -...