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Gross Debt: America’s Growing Debt Crisis and Its Impact on Business

America's gross national debt surpassed a staggering $33 trillion for the first time.

The experienced design behind the spa experience

Due to the energy intensity of the spa sector, high-quality professional design is needed to achieve sustainable, fault-free, water-efficient, and health-friendly operation in the long term.

China’s Cosmetics Market Flourishes Amidst Regulatory Challenges for Foreign Brands

In the midst of China's economic uncertainties, one sector is shining brightly: the cosmetics industry, but Western companies are not getting the ROI they think they deserve.

ICONS: Sofia Coppola

The story of Elvis Presley has been told many times. Sofia Coppola directed and debuted Priscilla in Venice, from the point of view of the famous ex-wife, to great acclaim at the film festival.

Hipercor: Transforming the Retail Landscape in Spain

In the heart of Spain's retail sector, one company stands out for its long-standing legacy of excellence and innovation.


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Novak Djokovic’s Timelessness

In the world of professional tennis, Novak Djokovic's name has become synonymous with excellence, resilience, and sheer determination.

Kroger to Pay $1.2 Billion in Opioid Crisis Settlement

Kroger, the well-known grocery chain, announced its agreement to pay approximately $1.2 billion to states, local governments, and Native American tribes to resolve allegations of its involvement in contributing to the opioid crisis.

The Big Barbie Bet

How a toy giant reinvented itself in Hollywood.

Is Cable Broken? Part 2: The Stalemate

Drops in traditional media stocks have led to a broader sell-off in the entertainment industry.

Is Cable Broken? Part 1: Examining the Decline of Traditional Cable TV

One of the biggest players in the industry has delivered a stark message to its partners and investors: the traditional cable-TV model is broken and in dire need of repair or abandonment.

MUST-SEE: Autumn film premieres

Barbie and Oppenheimer have clearly gotten the most attention in the film world so far this year, but 2023 and cinema will show no signs of slowing down this fall.

The Impact of Potential UAW Strike on U.S. Auto Industry and Economy, Part 2

A strike against any top automaker, particularly if it becomes a protracted dispute, has the potential to send economic shockwaves throughout the heartland of the United States

Impending Auto Workers Strike Threatens Detroit Automakers, Part 1

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union and Detroit's big three automakers are racing against time, with less than two weeks left to negotiate a new labour contract, and the possibility of a strike is looming large on the horizon.

Eurozone Inflation Remains Resilient

Consumer prices within the eurozone have continued their ascent, defying projections and maintaining a growth rate of 5.3 per cent in August when compared to the previous year.

ICONS: Cindy Sherman

Regarded as one of the most important contemporary American artists of our time, Cindy Sherman's new work is on view at Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Zurich until September 16.

Expanding the Global Reach: The NFL’s Multinational Broadcasting Triumph

Collaborating with six prominent broadcast networks, the NFL has strategically positioned itself to deliver riveting content to over 170 countries during the regular season.

Part 2: Navigating China’s Crisis of Confidence: Policy Challenges and Implications

Delving deeper into the specific policy challenges that China's policymakers are grappling with and the potential implications for the nation's economic trajectory.

Part 1: The Struggle of China’s Economy Amidst Crisis and Declining Confidence

Earlier this year, China had emerged from nearly three years of Covid-related lockdowns, and the economy was poised for a resurgence. However, this optimism quickly faded.

ICONS: Stella McCartney

Since its launch in 2001, the Stella McCartney brand has been creating luxury clothing that celebrates modern femininity while eschewing leather, feathers and fur.