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.
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.
Crisologo Quispe says he halted operations at his gold mine in the Peruvian jungle in April after police used dynamite to blow up $350,000 loaders at a nearby site.
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.
Miho Marui isn’t exactly sure how she wound up standing on top of a bus on a blustery Tokyo day in 2009, staring up at the 35-story headquarters of KDDI Corp.
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