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  EM Roundup: Brazil (April 2014) By Antonio Guerrero With more than $175 billion in investments expected this year, Brazil is positioned to become the world’s fourth-largest Information and communications technology (ICT) market, accordi...
Weird weather presents major problems for supply chains, and 77% of companies believe climate change has the potential to significantly affect their revenue By Gilly Wright Globally, this winter will be remembered for record flooding, drought, pol...
Tesla CEO promises $5 billion lithium-ion battery ‘gigafactory’ will reduce solar costs.   NEWSMAKERS By Gilly Wright Dubbed by his supporters a gifted visionary, engineer and CEO Elon Musk is not afraid to take on both big oil and the auto sect...
Iceland’s Reykjavik Geothermal will launch a $2 billion power plant on an imploded volcano in Ethiopia.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Iceland’s Reykjavik Geothermal will launch a $2 billion project in July to build a power plant...
Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all IPOs in the US in the first two months of 2014.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all initial public offerings filed in the US in the...
Verizon, which sold $49 billion of debt last year, hit to the market repeatedly this year to benefit from low rates.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Verizon Communications, which sold $49 billion of debt last September in the largest bond sa...
Regulation is struggling to keep up with evolving cyberrisks, but is already driving uptake of insurance.   CYBER SAVOIR FAIRE By Paula L. Green Regulation is still struggling to keep up with rapidly evolving cyberrisks but is already driving uptake...
Satya Nadella, a Microsoft insider, has replaced Steve Ballmer as CEO.   NEWSMAKERS By Efraim Chalamish Satya Nadella, a Microsoft insider who came up through the ranks to become Microsoft’s executive vice president, Cloud and enterprise, has repl...
Some EU member states and the OECD are talking tough about tax dodges. Don’t expect much action, though. By Gilly Wright Tax officials perplexed by Google (Photo: CoolCaesar) If 2013 was the year public opinion turned solidly ag...
The computer giant’s tax battle in New Delhi sounds like something straight out of a Dickens novel By Ronald Fink IBM in India: Kind of Blue (Bangalore photo: Vinoo202) IBM's ongoing tussle with Indian authorities shows once aga...
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