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Anti-Iran Embargo Exacting a Heavy Price on US Companies
US companies doing business ... now have no way to pay them for those materials, or to buy future materials from them. From small paper companies to major pharmaceutical companies, this is the common ... read more
Coca-Cola (KO) Presents at Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference (Transcript)
And our business ... to do that was to get other people to try and then to give us the chance to help them make the more likely winners succeed. But even then, the more likely winners don’t all win. A... read more
Tens Of Thousands Hit The Street To Protest Lack Of Access To Surrogacy. Seriously.
That puts Israel behind the United States in terms of surrogacy rights, though still ahead of much of Europe, where most countries ... In addition to supporting the strike, some companies doing busine... read more
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Hit fossil fuel firms where it hurts and support divestment
Glasgow recently became the first European ... can no longer endorse the activities of the fossil fuel sector. The movement is inspired by the success of the anti-apartheid divestment campaign, where ... read more
Rhetoric over U.S. exit from Iran deal rises amid threat of sanctions
WASHINGTON — The United States threatened on Sunday to impose sanctions on European companies that do business with Iran, as the remaining participants in the Iran nuclear accord stiffened their resol... read more
Invest in What China Needs to Buy: Don Coxe
The US is no longer the safest place in the world to invest, ... While US-based companies are forced to wade through red tape and legal ... the relatively small number of people living in Europe and N... read more
China Isn’t ‘Easy Money’ Anymore
It’s an interesting twist that few would have expected a couple of years ago. The companies that adapt to it will do fine ... in the United States. It’s in contrast to what consumers find in the U.S., ... read more
Have Nazis Overrun the Campuses?
The opinions, facts and any media content in them are presented solely by the authors, and neither The Times of Israel nor its partners assume any responsibility for them. Please contact us in case .. ... read more
Rising Interest Rates Is Not A Bad Thing - Cramer's Mad Money (5/12/15)
As the yield goes up, the investors holding bonds are panicking, which is causing S&P 500 futures to get hit. Fund managers ... It's good for the home companies doing business internationally, that ha... read more
Drug Rebates’ Days Are Numbered, Pfizer CEO Says Of Latest Culprits In High Prices Blame Game
Azar and Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, who also endorsed the new proposal, had previously opposed the idea. But drug prices in the U.S. have continued ... and medic... read more
Can Canada do business with Saudi Arabia and still support human rights?
Mercifully, the other weekly floggings have ... us: great economic benefits. II “Arming the executioner” Trade between Canada and Saudi Arabia is by no means confined to arms. The Export Development C... read more
Tax Reform Should Avoid the Global Minimum Tax
The United States has a 35 percent corporate income tax rate. It's the highest of all industrialized countries. That means U.S. companies doing business at home or abroad always incur a much higher ta... read more