Debating Syria or Iraq? Whats Need President Obama?

It has been the principal subject of debate during the 2002 Congressional Election Campaign, till now. A number of people, particularly in retrospect, believe that advocates of the Iraq War influenced the conversation, but at least it took place. President Obama, in contrast, has barely discussed the Syrian crisis with the public. Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrat leader, has long…

5 Tips to Guard Against Stock Crash

Gamble or Secure Investment? Stock Crash is a problem that companies and organizations often have to face. It is undeniably a problem which should not and must not be taken lightly. Recently, the IPL – Indian Premier League caused a big loss and resulted in Stock Crash as a result of scandals regarding match fixing – that made it loose…

Lamborghini reveals $4.5 million roofless car

Lamborghini is one of the popular automakers, which deal in exotic cars. It offers a few of the best luxury cars to its fans and still making efforts to extend its range. In other words, you can say that Lamborghini is one of those automakers, which never disappointed its users with its luxury cars. If you are also a fan…

Apple Vs Samsung – A Never Ending Patent War

Samsung launched its Galaxy smartphone brand in June, 2009; exactly 2 years after Apple released its first iPhone. This gives us a clear understanding of who is the oldest player in the market. Since the last couple of years, Samsung Electronics has enjoyed some great success, particularly through its smartphone category. Sale of Galaxy smartphones have risen three folds, and…

10 Highest Gold Consuming Nations

Gold, a material that has aroused man’s intelligence since Stone Age, has increased in importance in the modern era. We live in a new and technologically advance world, where the worth of this precious metal is a lot. Nations and Countries around the globe spend hefty buckets of cash on gold. The tenth most gold consuming nation is none other…

Crash In Asia Will Be An Unfortunate Event

Economic Health Of U.s. And Its Impact On World Economies The economic condition of the United States has suffered quite badly after the 2008 financial crisis that also gripped many European countries and hampered their economic progress as well. Growth in the U.S. has subsidized in the last 4-5 years, and it is expected that this negative trend of depletion…

The Importance of Technology in Economic and Social Development

ICT (Information Communication Technologies) and Technological advance signify a method for build up countries of world to advance economic improvement, progress intensity of training and education, and problem of address gender in society.   For economic development all over the world free enterprise is vital. In countries for instance Indonesia, Nigeria, and Egypt, micro entrepreneur produce 38percent of the GDP…

China to go as top economic superpower by 2016

America has always led as a dominant Economic Superpower. It’s influence has been present evidentially throughout the world, since a long time. However, many people assume that things are going to change sooner than one can imagine. China is one of the greatest economical centers of the world. China, around the 1990’s was a communist state. The Chinese government decided…

China, the U.S. and a Special Relationship b/w. – 5 Shared Economic Challenges

  China and the US, which are two surprisingly different nations who differ greatly in many aspects, have set goals which are astonishingly similar. Both of these nations are two economically strong nations like the ends of a rope. The economical challenges that they face and the hurdles they want to cross can be briefly summaries as highly identical. Some…

U.S. economy creates 195K jobs in June 2013

U.S.A’s employment record In June, the U.S. had more than 195,000 job opportunities for new employees. This actually means a total 7.6 percent of unemployment and joblessness throughout the U.S. The rate is held constant and steady at that very statistic point. Most of the economists and analysts were expecting about 160,000 jobs, as expected by the report posed. The…