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A Star-Studded Event in Paris

In just a few days, all eyes will be on Paris as the 2024 Olympic Games begin. Among the participants will be global sports stars like LeBron James and Novak Djokovic.

Athletes: The New Icons of Fashion

Athletes are becoming the new icons of style and influence, redefining the intersection of sports and fashion.

A New Industrial Policy for Britain: Learning from the Past to Forge a New Future

A new agenda positions the government as a key player in driving Britain’s stagnant economy, mirroring a global trend where political leaders are taking a more hands-on role in economic management.

The Evolution of Mobile Homes

Mobile homes are increasingly viewed as a viable solution, providing high-quality, cost-effective housing options that cater to modern living needs. An Interview with Gergely Lunk.

ICONS: Bill Viola

Bill Viola, who passed away at the age of 73, will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most serious yet accessible artists ever to wield a video camera.

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China’s Economic Growth Slumps Amid Real Estate Crisis

China's economic growth experienced a significant slowdown through the spring, following a strong start to the year, as reported on Monday.

Challenges in Renting Electric Vehicles

As the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) rises, renting one might seem like an affordable option for potential buyers to test out this new technology.

Beetlejuice Goes to Venice

Tim Burton's film "Beetlejuice Beetlejuice," featuring stars like Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, and Willem Dafoe, will open the upcoming Venice Film Festival.

EU Tariffs on Chinese Electric Cars: A Brewing Trade Dispute – Part 2

As the European Union moves toward finalizing new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, tensions between China and the EU are escalating.

EU Tariffs on Chinese Electric Cars: A Brewing Trade Dispute – Part 1

The European Union took a significant step last week toward collecting new tariffs on Chinese electric cars, signaling the intensification of a trade dispute.

The Fed’s Future, Part 2: Market Anticipations Amid Economic Slowdown

Signs of lower rates in the near future, which would make it cheaper for consumers and companies to borrow, have typically been accompanied by market rallies.

The Fed’s Future, Part 1: Signals of a Moderating Job Market

A fresh employment report released last Friday shows that the labor market is continuing to moderate after years of remarkable strength.

Paradance? Skymount?

Paramount and Skydance have reached a preliminary merger agreement, according to insiders familiar with the negotiations.

The Business of July 4th: An Economic Snapshot

America's Independence Day is not only a celebration of freedom but also a major driver of economic activity.

They see into our minds

Disney and Pixar's emotion-filled "Inside Out 2" is the first film of the year to reach the magical $1 billion mark at the box office.

Federal Reserve Analyzes Inflation Trends Amid Moderate Consumer Spending

Recent economic indicators reveal a nuanced picture for the Federal Reserve as it evaluates monetary policy in 2024.

Michael Jackson’s Financial Legacy

Jackson's debts and creditor claims exceeded $500 million at the time of his death.

Withering Walgreens: A Retail Giant in Decline

Walgreens is poised to shutter more of its approximately 8,700 U.S. stores, as disclosed by its parent company on Thursday.

YBAs: We’re Shocked!

The label Young British Artists (YBAs) was applied to a group of British visual artists who became known in the late '80s for their openness, shocking tactics, and entrepreneurial attitude.