A week after pulling a share sale of its Asian business, AB InBev on Friday agreed to sell its Australian unit.
In this week's newsletter: Roblox's origin story, the opportunity for Oyo and WeWork's Adam Neumann's antics. : Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week's noteworthy startups and venture capital news. Before I jump into today's topic, let's catch up a bit. Last week, I wrote about Zoom and Superhuman's PR disasters. Before that, I noted the big uptick in VC spending in 2019. Remember, you can send me tips, suggestions and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @KateClarkTweets. If you don't subscribe to Startups Weekly yet, you can do that here.
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Savills Investment Management, through its European Commercial Fund (through vehicles CS European Commercial No. 1 SARL and ECF Brussels Office Leasehold SPRL), purchased a 7-storey office property in Brussels from Alides REIM NV. Savills Investment Management is a real estate investment management arm of Savills plc. Savills Investment Management made an offer to buy the [...]
How Persian Gulf Conflict Could Impact The International Commodities Market | Business Standard News
Japan, India and South Korea would be some of the most vulnerable economies to a Persian Gulf war due to their heavy dependence on the region's crude.
Reliance Industries on Friday disclosed that Canada's Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. and its affiliates will invest Rs 25,215 crore ($3.66 billion) in telecom tower assets of the Indian conglomerate.
The suggestion by two prominent tech figures that Google and Silicon Valley are crawling with Chinese spies comes at a time of rising xenophobia. A similar wave hit the US 40 years ago when Japanese carmakers were outselling US companies. That led to mass layoffs and toxic anti-Japanese sentiment that led to the beating death of a Chinese American named Vincent Chin. It's a lesson we'd be wise to keep in mind.
There's growing evidence that the U.S. market is looking expensive, he's one potential fix for that. : FILE - In this Friday, May 10, 2019 file photo, Uber board member Ryan Graves, right, rings a ceremonial bell as the company's stock opens for trading during its initial public offering at the New York Stock Exchange. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) Long-term buy-and-hold investing has plenty going for it. Nonetheless, the U.S. stock market is seems expensive in a number of ways which we'll discuss. As such, now could be a good time to make sure your portfolio is well diversified.
Anglo American said on Friday it had submitted an environmental impact study for a $3 billion project seeking to maintain output from its flagship Los Bronces copper mine in Chile.