White House Sends Joe Biden to China to Cover The Atlantic 's Steve Clemons
The Atlantic' s Steve Clemons has been traveling with Vice President Joseph Biden through Asia this week, and wrote yesterday how the vice president attempted to defuse a crisis between China and Japan in the East China Sea.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
South China Morning Post
China's booming trust industry not sustainable, McKinsey report says
While the mainland trust industry has been booming and has become the second-largest financial sector, a global consulting firm warns the current business model is unsustainable.
Bank hiring set to surge
Calcutta, Dec. 4: Banks are looking to ramp up recruitment in the next four years to fill in the vacancies emerging out of a shortage of manpower.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
CPG group names McKinsey exec to top job
Peter Freedman was named managing director of The Consumer Goods Forum with responsibility for leading the Paris-based organization's efforts to promote better lives through better business.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Millennial Trains Project: A ride for experimental learning
Denielle Sachs, head of global communications of the social sector office at McKinsey & Company and Millennial Trains Project mentor, addresses participants in the train's observation car during the stop in Denver.
KEYC Television, Mankato, MN
Lloyds names Norman Blackwell as new chairman
LONDON - Lloyds Banking Group PLC has named Norman Blackwell to the role of chairman, succeeding Winfried Bischoff when he retires next year.
AUS: Coca-Cola Amatil lines up new MD
Alison Watkins, who quit GrainCorp today , will take over on 3 March, CCA said. Watkins will replace Terry Davis, who will advise the new MD until August next year, CCA added.
The Daily Caller
Fed's QE policy imposes $360 billion tax on savers
The federal government has imposed a virtual tax on savers, costing them $360 billion since 2007, according to a new report by the research division of a major management consulting firm.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
PSU banks stare at staff crisis
Mumbai, Dec. 1: Nationalised banks are likely to face a severe shortage of manpower, particularly at the senior management level, over the next three years.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Crain's New York Business
Hard times on the Street not over yet
It's no secret that Wall Street has been a pretty miserable place to work over the past five years.
The China Post
Greece advertisers jazz up olive oil in bid to boost sales
"Selecting a good-quality olive oil is a lot like picking a fine bottle of wine - it must have excellent aroma, taste and appearance," he said in the southern resort of Costa Navarino, where the annual olive oil harvest is in full swing.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Wall Street Journal
What Do China's Trusts Want to Be When They Grow Up?
In only five years they have gone from a mere rounding error in China's lending data to the major plank of the country's shadow banking system , with more than 10 trillion yuan in assets under management.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Nigeria: FG Employs Tax Consultant to Meet N75 Billion Revenue Target
The federal government yesterday engaged the services of an international tax firm to help in strengthening tax collection in non-oil sector by the Federal Inland Revenue Service .
The Hartford Courant
China's reforms to hit investment trust industry hard: study
The breakneck pace of growth in China's 10 trillion yuan investment trust industry is unsustainable and earnings risk drying up as the government steps up financial reforms that will change sources of revenue, research shows.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Burberry Appeals China Trademark Restrictions on Leather Goods
Burberry Group Plc. , the U.K.'s largest luxury-goods maker, is appealing a decision by Chinese regulators to restrict the company's trademark "Check" pattern for leather goods.
Medical Device/Diagnostic Ind.
MD+DI's November Must-Reads: Stories to be Thankful for
The industry has seen its fair share of ups and downs in 2013. Here are six top MD+DI stories from November to keep a positive spin on things: Venture capital may be fleeing the medtech industry, but there are other sources of capital for device companies, particularly medtech startups.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Open Skies: Armenian Public Council Supports New Policy On Aviation Market
The Armenian government announced around a month ago that the civil aviation in the country would from now on be open to all the air companies meeting international standards.
Bloated Investment Banks Can't Stomach Their Own Medicine
There is nothing investment bankers love more than decrying inefficiency in lesser mortals.
Burberry appoints Jenna Littler to newly created marcomms position
Burberry has promoted Jenna Littler to the newly created role of senior vice-president for marketing and communications across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa .
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Upward mobility: Catering to the digital elite.
Two American icons of the marketplace McKinsey and Company and IBM have put out thought papers on the digital world.