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Understanding Entrepreneurship: It’s About the Journey

Understanding Entrepreneurship: It’s About the Journey | Global market | Scoop.it
There are several definitions for the term entrepreneurship. If you are an entrepreneur or aspire to be one, you truly want to understand what it really means to be an entrepreneur and what it is all about.
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The global market shapes the way we do business and trade goods and services in a global city called :"THE INTERNET"
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Dirty Money And Offshoring: Secret Files Expose Politicians, Con Men And The Mega-Rich: Global Elites' Offshore Accounts Exposed--It's Bigger Than Wikileaks | Economics and Politics

Dirty Money And Offshoring:  Secret Files Expose Politicians, Con Men And The Mega-Rich: Global Elites' Offshore Accounts Exposed--It's Bigger Than Wikileaks | Economics and Politics | Global market | Scoop.it
Dozens of journalists sifted through millions of leaked records and thousands of names to produce ICIJ’s investigation into offshore secrecy

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The gated globe

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In part two, our correspondents ask why world leaders have shifted their focus from the multilateral World Trade Organisation to regional and bilateral pacts

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Europe's economic crisis could be mutating again

Europe's economic crisis could be mutating again | Global market | Scoop.it
Barry Eichengreen: Deflation could be replacing debt as the main problem – and there's nothing to suggest the ECB is up to the job

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10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy - This Chart Shows How

10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy - This Chart Shows How | Global market | Scoop.it

Ten mega corporations control the output of almost everything you buy; from household products to batteries. But it gets even crazier who when you see who controls the money.


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Thorsten Strauss's curator insight, November 12, 2013 5:33 AM

Great brand overview. 

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Why China must change | Why China must change | London Business School BSR

Why China must change | Why China must change | London Business School BSR | Global market | Scoop.it
China has the potential to move into the ranks of the world’s developed nations, however Linda Yueh says this will only happen if China continues to institute changes in the institutional protections provided to businesses.
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Banking in the Digital Era

Banking in the Digital Era | Global market | Scoop.it

Accenture’s 2013 survey of US retail banking customers finds that traditional providers need a radically new approach to distribution.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, November 28, 2013 5:55 AM

Accenture research highlights five key findings that underscore the need for a more radical approach:


  • Retail banks are managing a tenuous relationship with their customers. Customers still value what they get from branches—but they also want more online. In fact, customers acquired more than one third of traditional retail banking products from institutions other than their primary bank.


  • The branch-banking conundrum. Nearly four out of five customers say they expect to be visiting their local branch just as frequently—or even more frequently—five years from now, in large part because 66 percent of them still prefer to talk to a person rather than purchase a banking product online.


  • The cross-selling challenge persists for full-service providers. US banks have plenty of information about their customers, but our research shows, that many don’t necessarily know how to make sense of it. As a result, customers are shopping around.


  • The digital era has arrived. Digital banking is becoming essential. Consumers view online banking as the single most important area for banks to invest in and develop. Mobile banking activity has increased nearly 50 percent since 2012, with nearly one-third of customers active at least once a month.


  • The potential of social media and video conferencing remains untapped. Some customers are seeing tangible benefits from blending social networks with financial activities. Well over a third, for instance, say they would like to be able to locate branches through social media.


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EBay Targets $195 Billion Emerging Market With Global Push

EBay Targets $195 Billion Emerging Market With Global Push | Global market | Scoop.it
SAN JOSE, United States — EBay Inc., owner of the biggest Internet marketplace, is boosting staff in its emerging-markets group by 50 percent this year, seeking to win loyalty in burgeoning regions where online sales may top $195 billion.
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Corker, Klobuchar Introduce Bill to Help Encourage More Global Investment in the U.S., Improve American Competitiveness

Corker, Klobuchar Introduce Bill to Help Encourage More Global Investment in the U.S., Improve American Competitiveness | Global market | Scoop.it
Hi Barry - meet my friend Udo von Massenbach. Udo is the President of the American German Business Club of Berlin (I am one of the Vice Presidents) and he is very well connected in German politics....
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Global luxury goods ecommerce market rises by 25% | Impact Lab

Global luxury goods ecommerce market rises by 25% | Impact Lab | Global market | Scoop.it
Luxury goods ecommerce soars.The worldwide appetite for luxury goods doesn't seem to have been slowed down by concerns about the state of the global (Global luxury goods ecommerce market rises by 25% http://t.co/9zWQ63ZGpD)...
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IMF calls on U.S. to develop credible budget plan | Financial | Executive Pay

IMF calls on U.S. to develop credible budget plan | Financial | Executive Pay | Global market | Scoop.it
IMF calls on U.S. to develop credible budget plan: WASHINGTON -- Global finance leaders agreed that nations must... http://t.co/RHv1EcmpMk
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Banking Asia’s global champions @Euromoney

Banking Asia’s global champions @Euromoney | Global market | Scoop.it
The region’s ambitious corporate leaders are fast becoming among the most important clients in global investment banking. The battle for their business is fierce.
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Market Tumble an Overdue Reality Check?

Market Tumble an Overdue Reality Check? | Global market | Scoop.it
This week's sell-off in global financial markets is a reflection of investors reassessing their outlook for the global economy. (Market Tumble an Overdue Reality Check?: This week's sell-off in global financial marke...
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Global economy stuck in a rut - FT.com

Global economy stuck in a rut - FT.com | Global market | Scoop.it
The global economy is stuck in a rut, unable to sustain a decent recovery and susceptible to a sudden stall, according to the latest Brookings Institution-Financial Times tracking index of recovery.
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IMF head warns US debt crisis threatens world economy

IMF head warns US debt crisis threatens world economy | Global market | Scoop.it
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde says failure to raise the debt ceiling would be far worse than the current shutdown.

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Westminster Business School's curator insight, October 3, 2013 7:20 PM

Questions for discussion

  1. Who is being affected by the current sitution?
  2. Why do you think interests rates are rising on US government bonds?
  3. What would be the impact on the global economy of a debt default by the USA?


Further reading

1. What are the risks to the global economy if the US attempts to reblance its government debt quickly and affecttly stepping off the fiscal cliff?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-20247675


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What's really behind sluggish economic growth?

What's really behind sluggish economic growth? | Global market | Scoop.it
Kenneth Rogoff: Today's advanced economies urgently need to address all kinds of technological, social, and political deficiencies

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Westminster Business School's curator insight, December 4, 2013 10:01 PM

Questions for discussion

  1. What are the contributing factors, identified in the article, behind sluggish growth in the advanced economies?
  2. To what extent do you agree that weak growth in the advanced economies is merely linked to the the slow recovery from the global financial crisis?
  3. Explain the different viewpoints surounding on technology given in the article? Which if any do you agree with?
  4. It has been argued that the global financial crisis has resulted in a re-birth of keynesian economics. What examples of government intervention since the 2007/08 global economic crisis can be classified as belonging to the keynesian school of economic thought?
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Are Multinationals Becoming Less Global?

Are Multinationals Becoming Less Global? | Global market | Scoop.it

The recent global recession has directly and deeply impacted the level and nature of cross-border activities. For instance, as reported by UNCTAD (PDF), global FDI fell by 18% to 1.35 trillion US$ in 2012 with respect to 2011 and still remains below 2005-2007 precrisis figures.


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David Hain's curator insight, October 30, 2013 2:04 AM

Local challenges are a powerful barrer to global thinking.

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Is Capitalism in Trouble?

Is Capitalism in Trouble? | Global market | Scoop.it

A wider international movement of CEOs, investors, and business-school professors hope to transform the way business is done, and create a more “sustainable” system of capitalism.


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David Hain's curator insight, November 21, 2013 6:39 AM

B Corp, Conscious  Capitalism - more than a coincidence!

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Ist das überhaupt noch eine Frage? #Langsamdenker

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ShopRagHouse -You Design It. Members Fund it. We Produce it.

ShopRagHouse.com crowd-funds and produces high-quality garments 100% designed and chosen by our members. (@ShopSmall Thanks for the awesome marketing materials! Really proud to be a small business!
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Keep Calm Over China's Surging Shadow Banking

Keep Calm Over China's Surging Shadow Banking | Global market | Scoop.it
Five years after the 2007-08 financial crisis, the term ‘shadow banking’ can still stir up a sense of fear, at least among investors in China. In January 2013, Shang Fulin, Chairman of China Bankin...
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100 Global software leaders: Key players and market trends

100 Global software leaders: Key players and market trends | Global market | Scoop.it
PwC presents insights into how software industry trends -cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS), mobile devices and consumerization of IT –are impacting where the industry is going. Also, view top 100 software leaders by revenue.
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Accenture: Retailers scale back global expansion | Chain Store Age

Accenture: Retailers scale back global expansion | Chain Store Age | Global market | Scoop.it
Retailers take a new approach in this tough market:... http://t.co/fuyxfZYUDj
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Another Bigger Crash Coming: Roche

Another Bigger Crash Coming: Roche | Global market | Scoop.it
The bond markets will crash once global central banks stop buying debt, strategist David Roche told CNBC. (Another Bigger Crash Coming: Roche: The bond markets will crash once global central banks stop buying debt, st...
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Week starting with uncertainty over global economic growth April 21, 2013 - CME Group

Week starting with uncertainty over global economic growth April 21, 2013 - CME Group | Global market | Scoop.it
Week starting with uncertainty over global economic growth http://t.co/agKkQaYeah #oilprices #oil
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Global commercial aircraft windows market: $635 million industry by 2018

Global commercial aircraft windows market: $635 million industry by 2018 | Global market | Scoop.it
The global commercial aircraft windows market is estimated to have grown to a value of around $541.6 million at the start of 2013, and is forecast to reach a.
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Global Mobile Broadband Market Internet Provider Device Plans - New Market ...

Global Mobile Broadband Market Internet Provider Device Plans - New Market ... | Global market | Scoop.it
Brazil Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband Market (http://www.researchmoz.us/brazil-telecoms-mobile-broadband-and-forecasts-report.html) was a disappointing year, with GDP growth well below expectations. T...
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Exclusive: G20 to consider cutting debt to well below 90 percent/GDP - document

Exclusive: G20 to consider cutting debt to well below 90 percent/GDP - document | Global market | Scoop.it
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Financial leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies will consider next week in Washington a proposal to cut their public debt over the longer term to well below 90 percent of gross (Exclusive: G20 to consider cutting debt to...
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