Category Archives: Business


Rolls-Royce sells German unit L’Orange

British engine maker Rolls-Royce said Monday it has sold German division L’Orange for 700 million euros ($860 million) to US group Woodward.


European stocks advance at open

Europe’s major stock markets advanced in opening deals on Monday as investors tracked worries of a looming trade war between China and the United States.


World stocks most rise as rate-hike fears ebb

Global stocks mostly rose Friday as investors continued to ramp up purchases as equities have stabilized following a bout of volatility earlier in the month.

Tom "Big Al" Schreiter

Network Marketing Guru, ‘Big Al’ Schreiter, visits Manila for a one-day workshop

Tom “Big Al” Schreiter, one of the most notable people in the history of direct selling, conducted a one-day workshop for entrepreneurs and network marketers in the country, recently at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

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Big swings continue as bitcoin briefly dips below $10,000

The volatility of the digital currency markets was on display again Wednesday, as bitcoin briefly fell below $10,000 before rebounding back above $11,000 in the U.S. afternoon.


US stocks up despite shutdown angst

Wall Street stocks rose early Friday as markets assessed the risks of a possible US government shutdown that could damage the economy.

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Cryptocurrency rivals snap at Bitcoin’s heels

Bitcoin may be the most famous cryptocurrency but, despite a dizzying rise, it’s not the most lucrative one and far from alone in a universe that counts 1,400 rivals, and counting.

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Bitcoin fever hits US real estate market

Bitcoin fever has hit the US real estate market, especially that of Florida, offering foreign investors a way to dodge currency controls at home and US economic sanctions.


Perfect start for stocks in 2018 stalled

The stock market’s fantastic start to 2018 stalled out on Wednesday after interest rates climbed.


Canada’s trade deficit rose to Can $2.5bn in November

Canada’s trade deficit rose to Can$2.5 billion (US$1.7 billion) in November on the back of the sharpest rise in imports in more than eight years, the government statistics office said Friday.