With the launch of Eurostar’s newest route, high-speed rail links a fractured Europe — Quartz

After several delays, Eurostar’s newest direct route from London to Amsterdam has an official launch date, beefing up the UK’s transport links with the continent—right as the continent’s political situation does the opposite. The April 4 launch date will add a third destination to Eurostar’s existing links between London, Paris, and Brussels. While there will… via […]

The Network of Women Helping Women Become Economically Independent

Over 15,000 women in Sydney have re-entered the workforce in less than a decade, thanks to the charity Dress for Success. The globally run charity aims to help women become economically independent by providing styling, as well as coaching and mentoring for women trying to find work. “Our client base is really diverse,” chief executive… via […]

Britain’s Gravest Economic Challenge Isn’t Brexit

Authored by Paul Wallace, op-ed via Reuters.com, Few British budgets have mattered as much as the one that Philip Hammond will deliver to the House of Commons on Nov. 22. The chancellor of the exchequer must shore up Theresa May’s perilously shaky government ahead of a vital Brexit summit of European leaders in mid-December. At […] […]

Quick takes: Disappointing NODX opens door for rollback of GDP expectations

(Source: http://www.businesstimes.com.sg) SINGAPORE’S non-oil domestic exports lost steam in September to post a 1.1 per cent decline after months of increase capped by a 16.7 per cent year-on-year (y-o-y) surge in August. The drop was even more stark month on month (m-o-m), with the NODX plunging by a seasonally adjusted 11 per cent. The NODX […] […]

Cheap and Cheerful: Are Low Price Hosting Solutions Worth The Price?

It’s part of our nature to question low price a deal we deem too good to be true with instinct urging us to exercise caution during the purchase. “You get what you pay for” is the reality that consumers are instructed to consider upon discovering that hidden gem in the market, however paying such a… via […]

By going online in India, Zara can finally reach fashion-forward shoppers outside the metros

For over five years now, 25-year-old Roshni Aditya has been planning her holidays around shopping. Aditya, who heads a family business in Kolkata, is a big fan of Zara, which is yet to set up a store in that city. So she’s particularly happy about the launch of its online store. “It’s a relief to… via […]

How two countries helped drive the recent rise in crypto currency prices

The acceptance of virtual currencies by both the Chinese and Japanese governments are driving cryptocurrency growth, with China on the cusp of establishing its own currency, and Japan regulating bitcoin as true legal payment. Read More via How two countries helped drive the recent rise in cryptocurrency prices — TechCrunch