The Evolution of the Calendar will Continue Over the Next 10 Years

Calendar | |

The calendar as we know it has continued to evolve for as long as we have known it. This cycle will continue over the next ten years.

No-Deal Brexit is the Most Likely Outcome: 2nd Referendum the Least Likely

Mish Shedlock | |

Theresa May's "sell the farm" deal went down in flames. What's Next?

UK Highly​ Ranked by FATF in Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policies

David Drake | |

Global anti-money laundering policy maker, FATF (Financial Action Task Force), noted drop in risks related to money laundering and financing terrorism in the UK cryptocurrecy space, despite the risk.

How to Deal with the Challenges of Digital Law in 2019

Desireé Duffy | |

The legal rights and restrictions put in place to govern the use of technology change regularly and can be very confusing.

World Indices: Why FTSE Elliott Wave Sequence Favors to Keep Buying

Elliottwave Forecast | |

This article outlines the reason why despite the big selloff in Indices in Dec 2018 and Jan 2019, the sequence in FTSE still favors the long side.

Are Women Risk-Takers? – Exhibit One: Mary Barra

CommPRO Global, Inc. | |

Women are viewed as great at soft skills, nurturing their people and creating positive cultures, but they are rarely described as risk-taking, which is synonymous with saying they lack courage.

Snap to Lose Chief Financial Officer, Its Second in a Year

Associated Press | |

the company said Tim Stone is leaving to pursue other opportunities. He had joined the Santa Monica, California, company just eight months ago after two decades at Amazon.

How Waymo Will Destroy Uber

Stephen McBride | |

Making self-driving cars a success isn’t just about the technology. It’s also about gaining public trust.

Who’s Winning? Lessons from the Government Shutdown Crisis

CommPRO Global, Inc. | |

As business people, we should not pretend this kind of problem is unique to government.

GBP/USD Forecast: Brexit Deal Defeat Is Priced In, the Margin Sets the Direction

FXStreet | |

The GBP/USD retreated from highs above 1.2900 to trade at mid 1.2800s as the risk of Brexit deal rejection is pricing in.