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The House of Fraser Crisis – End of an era?

August 16, 2018

London X-city features everything from business news to entertainment and the recent predicament of the troubled House of Fraser has been on the limelight ever since they closed 31 of their 59 stores after settling with their landlords. The closures Read More…

All You Need to Know About Cyptocurrency

June 25, 2018

What is Cryptocurrency? This is a digital or more of a virtual currency designed in a way that it works as a medium of exchange. It is also used to dominate the creation of the unit of the currency and Read More…

Toshiba rescues half-built Georgia nuclear plant

June 10, 2017

Toshiba’s bankrupt nuclear unit left an uncertain future for two half-finished nuclear reactors in Georgia — but the company promised Saturday it will pour up to $3.68 billion into the project to finish it. Source: cnn money

Lunch with Warren Buffett? That'll be $2.7 million (for charity)

June 10, 2017

The going rate for a lunch date with Warren Buffett: $2,679,001. Source: cnn money

Trump's Justice Department fires back on claim he violated the Constitution

June 10, 2017

The Trump administration has fired back at an ethics group that sued the president over his business interests. Source: cnn money

Exxon calls New York attorney general's probe a 'political witch hunt'

June 9, 2017

ExxonMobil hit back at New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman over his investigation into how the company portrayed the risks that carbon regulations pose to its business. Source: cnn money

Uber's CEO is under fire. Can he hold onto his job?

June 9, 2017

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick built up the company into a household name valued at $68 billion. Now he may be Uber’s biggest headache. Source: cnn money

Treasury's Mnuchin: U.S. won't default on its debt

June 9, 2017

As Congress weighs lifting or suspending the U.S.’s debt ceiling, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Friday dismissed any possibility that the U.S. would default on its debt. Source: cnn money

Ford offering buyouts to 15,000 salaried workers

June 9, 2017

Ford is offering buyouts to 15,000 salaried workers with the hope that 1,400 of them will accept the offer. Source: cnn money