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Whereabouts of $10 million—another question raised amidst the FIFA corruption scandal

Many questions, concerning the whereabouts of the $10 million payment to the Caribbean Football Union, have recently surfaced. This has now led to other different doubts being voiced. Following these incidents, actions are being taken accordingly, to remove corruption. A question has been around...

Cyber attack hits personal data of 4 million US federal employees

US has proved to have more enemies than it would like to think as personally identifiable information of about four million current and former federal workers were compromised in a record-breaking cyber attack. This is one of the many recent attacks with source in foreign lands that were aimed at...

HSBC to pay record fine in money laundering case

The money laundering scandal at HSBC's Swiss arm has forced the British bank to pay a record fine to the Geneva authorities to escape a criminal inquiry in the country even while it is being prosecuted in other countries simultaneously. British multi-national banking firm HSBC has been mandated by...

The Death of Beau Biden Brings to Foray the Complexities of Brain Cancer

Beau Biden’s sad demise brought into forefront the prolonged debates and discussions of the complexity that is brain cancer. Even though much progress has been made with cancer research, brain cancer still remains an enigma basically. This year’s meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology...

Joint Arab Force - a Dream or Reality?

While some countries in the Middle East such as Yemen are experiencing acute domestic problems and artificially create a crisis, a number of Arab states, particularly Saudi Arabia, are actively implementing plans to establish a common Arab army. To what extent this project can be put into practice?...

Crude oil futures- sustained oil price not happening anytime soon.

While considering Brent and WTI crude futures, the current price scenario is unlikely to change until and unless any impactful event of global proportions rattles the absence of flux in the crude market. Supply and demand are now not the only factors involved in the pricing of crude oil. It’s...

Malaysian Airlines axes 6,000 jobs

The disaster-struck airlines which has been facing losses from 2011 is now 'technically bankrupt' according to the CEO Christoph Mueller. Malaysian Airlines has decided to cut off one third of its workforce in a bid to streamline the organization and steer it back to profit.   The national...

A New Greece Representative in the IMF Has Remitted Her Position

Earlier Elena Panaritis was nominated by an informal committee headed by Finance Minister of Greece Yanis Varoufakis, which includes Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis, Greece Economy Minister Giorgos Stathakis and Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Euclid Tsakalotos. However, this...

What a responsible investor should do to prevent climate change

Institutional investors around the world — including pension funds, insurance companies, charity foundations and universities — fight against a problem of a divestment oil and the coal-mining companies. Of course, climate change is the reason: in case if we do not sharply reduce consumption of...

International Symposium on Climate Change Opens in Rome

The international symposium devoted to problems of climate change, where about 20 experts from the different countries participate, opened on Wednesday in the Italian capital. The Roman meeting is organized in anticipation of the 21st conference of the parties of the framework convention of the UN...
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