Japanese businesses left behind this year as global equities rallied to a record found a winning strategy in buying back shares the rest of the world preferred to avoid.
Joe Mtwazi stood on the corner of Rose and Strand streets in Cape Town, signaling to passing vans that he’s available for hire. A pickup truck stopped and he joined a scuffle of about 10 men for slots on a building crew, emerging unsuccessful.
Switzerland’s liberal tax and labor laws made it a magnet for companies. Now the country’s open approach to politics is making it a repellent.
Bloomberg Law Brief: Harper on McDonalds Labor Lawsuits (Aud
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