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June 29, 2014
Not Lost in Translation: 8 U.S. Shows Find Success by Copying the U.K.
Which American remakes managed to get it right? Here’s a look at eight of them.
February 26, 2014
Amazon and BBC Bring ‘Ripper Street’ Back for a Bloody Third Season
BBC's 'Ripper Street' will be for a third season, thanks to an agreement with Amazon.
February 09, 2014
Travel Cheat Sheet: How to Get Around in London
Taking a trip across the pond? From black cabs to the underground, follow this guide and you'll be zipping around London like a local.
January 15, 2014
Euroscepticism: Britain Demands Change From EU
Britain's conservative right is acting on strong euroscepticism with criticism of EU policy.
December 31, 2013
How Many People Will HP Fire Now?
Hewlett-Packard is planning even more layoffs, according to a company filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday.
November 01, 2013
RBS Restructuring: The Good, the Bad, the Costly
RBS is creating a "bad bank" to hold toxic assets and restore the bank's credibility with the British public, but will it work?
September 01, 2013
Mark Carney: “Royal Bank of Scotland Needs a Clear Plan”
Bank of England governor Mark Carney recently told The Daily Mail that Britain needs to clarify its longterm plans for the Royal Bank of Scotland.
August 01, 2013
These 4 Google Glass Enemies are Ready to Blind it Even Before Launch
A number of businesses and lawmakers are taking the necessary steps to ensure the Google Glass technology is banned from their establishments before its roll out in 2014.
July 29, 2013
Microsoft Bing Blocks Child Abuse Images
In the U.K., Microsoft has instituted a new feature into its Bing search engine to prevent users from accessing child abuse images.
July 28, 2013
How Will Barclays Meet New Banking Regulations?
Barclays is making plans to meet stricter U.K. banking regulations
July 18, 2013
Facebook Has This All-New Team to Bust Bugs
Social network giant Facebook agreed today to acquire certain assets and hire key staff from a U.K.-based software verification developer called Monoidics.
June 29, 2013
Is U.K. Starbucks in Tax Trouble?
Starbucks paid no tax in 2012 after reporting its 15th straight annual loss at its U.K. stores, creating a backlash against corporate tax avoidance in the U.K.
June 02, 2013
Facebook, Google and Tech Elite Thumb Nose at This Government
In a letter, the top five internet companies -- Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, Twitter, and Microsoft -- refuse to cooperate with the U.K. government's so-called "Snooper Charter."
January 26, 2012
UK Economic Stumbles in Late 2011 Affect U.S. Markets
One source of the mischief was the Tuesday release of the U.K.’s fourth quarter 2011 economic statement, which recorded a 0.2% drop in GDP...
August 04, 2011
Stocks Drilled in Landslide ‘Correction': Anatomy of a Market Crash
Watch the perfect storm gaining strength above the global economy...
July 14, 2011
Did News Corp. Hack Phones of 9/11 Victims?
FBI has not released any details on a pending investigation...
May 24, 2011
Moody’s Threatens These British Lenders with Downgrades
The swords have been swinging in the EU, now they are spreading to the UK ...
April 18, 2011
G-20: Here’s the 7 Countries “Too Big to Ignore”
Too Big to Fail is sooooo last year. Now we're onto nation-states ...
October 01, 2010
How the US ISM Manufacturing Index Stacks Up Against China, Europe, and the UK
China does what China does best. Is Europe and the US falling behind again?
June 24, 2010
Will the US Emulate Britain’s Budget Fixes?
The Fed is keeping rates low. But is austerity inevitable in the US?
May 26, 2010
The Biggest Loser: Sovereign Debt Edition
Enough bullshit. Let's get all the Heads of State on debt scales and start the debt reduction training ...
May 25, 2010
Which European Country is Next to Implode?
Watching a car crash in slow motion isn't pretty, but the truth rarely is ...
March 30, 2010
Are Ratings Agencies Protecting the UK and US like They Did with Mortgage Debt?
It's time to trash the ratings agencies and their grade inflation ...
March 07, 2010
Exclusive: Jim Rogers is Long the Euro
"The only way to build an economy long term is to save and invest ..."
February 16, 2010
Rising Sun: Japan Overtakes China as Largest Creditor to US
China dumps $34.2 billion in US Treasuries ...
December 01, 2009
Morgan Stanley Lists UK Sovereign Debt/Currency as Potential “Fat Tail” Risk for 2010
Is the UK the next Dubai? Morgan Stanley says it's possible ...
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