Sometimes the next big thing isn’t easy to spot—even when its the iPhone, which celebrated its 10th anniversary today. Steve Ballmer, founder of Microsoft, infamously said that Apple’s new invention was a waste of money. “Five hundred dollars? Fully subsidized? With a plan? I said that is the most expensive phone in the world,” Ballmer reportedly […]

Screenshot Ray Dalio speaks at the New York Times New Work Summit on March 7, 2017. Billionaire Ray Dalio just went off on the New York Times again – this time at one of the newspaper’s own events. “I’d like to talk about the ridiculous New York Times article,” Dalio told moderator and Times’ editor […]

Thomson Reuters Europe’s manufacturing sector is doing better than at any time since the spring of 2011, according to the latest data from IHS Markit released on Wednesday. Markit’s manufacturing PMI for the eurozone grew from 55.2 in January, to 55.4 in February. This was a small fall from the 55.5 reading shown by an […]

Christopher Furlong / Getty A sign erected by protesters marks the spot where a new rail bridge is proposed to be built across the countryside for the new HS2 high speed train link at the village of Middleton in Staffordshire, Northern England, January 29 2013 Londoners will receive £1,500 more per person in transport investment […]

Wikimedia Commons London Business School keeps the top spot in this year’s list. Getting a degree in business, management, or finance can springboard you into a lucrative career in banking, financial services, or the hedge fund industry. This week, the Financial Times released its final 2016 ranking of the best business schools in Europe, ranking […]

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In an effort to combat homelessness, the city government in Portland, Oregon has passed a law that raises corporates taxes on companies whose CEOs make significantly more than their employees. Companies will see a 10% increase on their tax rate if the CEO makes 100 times the average employee and a 25% […]