As part of getting the Olympics, the United Kingdom had to pass a series of laws that made it illegal for businesses that aren't official sponsors to use certain Olympic terms. So local businesses have had to get creative.
When it comes to H1-B visas, the visas that are supposed to be reserved for bringing the world's best and brightest to the United States, to do jobs that would otherwise go undone, there may be a problems. Turns out, most of the H1-B visas go to companies that exist to take U.S. jobs and move them overseas.
Often, struggling companies look for team-builders, collaborators, people who will put their ego aside to move people toward a common goal. According to British academics, that means they are more likely to hire a woman. Is that what Marissa Mayer is walking into?
A Korean man who went to grad school at Stanford has started and sold several companies in the United States and Japan. But in his search for the next big opportunity, he's transplanted himself to China, where he's expecting a boom in innovation.
The Internet is disrupting the pay television industry and that's leading to more fights like the one between Viacom and DirecTV. But it may also lead, finally, to customers getting a la carte programming choices.
Swiss banks, and other overseas financial institutions are finding that it's become easier just to not take American customers, rather than try to comply with U.S. banking regulations.
Greece is usually an extremely popular tourism destination. In fact, it's often one of the most popular for people in Europe. But the current economic crisis has tourists staying away, and that's just further damaging the Greek economy.
Spain's banks got a badly needed injection of recapitalization over the weekend when a trio of international lenders agreed to loan them funds to get on firmer footing. But while Spain insists this isn't a Greece-style bailout, the lenders are already moving to monitor how and on what Spain is spending their money.
Disney announced new advertising guidelines Tuesday for ads on Disney’s TV stations, its websites, and its radio stations, banning ads for fast foods and sugary cereals that do not meet the company's nutrition standards.
SpaceX made history on Friday when its Dragon capsule was the first private space vehicle to be launched to and dock with the International Space Station. But that could just be the beginning for this privately owned space vehicle.