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Over the 12 months ended March 2014, Chinese buyers bought about $22 billion worth of properties in the U.S., accounting for about 25% of total international sales. What's more, 76% of sales were all-cash
Millions of American are working more than 40 hours a week, but receive no overtime pay. And these aren't well-paid workers: they're deli managers, cooks, and others, who make as little as $460 a week.
As many as 1.3 billion people around the world are living in the dark with no access to electricity – this is both unbelievable and unacceptable. The problem is most pronounced in sub-Saharan Africa and
(Reuters) - Banco Espirito Santo’s woes may not reignite the euro crisis but could give useful information about who will pay the inevitable costs. Under pressure after the discovery of financial irregularities
A dramatic building boom helped China to develop the world's second largest economy. But now, economists say, a runaway real estate sector poses the greatest risk to growth. Eight out of 10 economists
Eric Holder, the US attorney general, has accused some of the Obama administration's conservative opponents of being motivated by “racial animus”, suggesting that both he and President Obama are treated