Written by JB Marwood, jbmarwood.com
The last few months have not been a good time to be Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin.
Although turmoil in Ukraine may no longer be making front page headlines, the conflict situation there is still on tentative ground. Western sanctions on Russia continue to cause economic problems and now the country has to deal with yet another problem.
by National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
As Millennials begin to enter the home buying market in larger numbers, homes will get a little smaller, laundry rooms will be essential, and home technology will become increasingly prevalent, said panelists during an International Builders' Show press conference on home trends and Millennials' home preferences held last week
by Yuhua Zhang, GEI Associate
In modern world, educated people play a more significant role in a countries' economic growth. The competition for the educated around the world has become more and more intense. Consider that education flows from developed countries to developing ones.
from the Securities and Exchange Commission
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Oppenheimer & Co. with violating federal securities laws while improperly selling penny stocks in unregistered offerings on behalf of customers.