GemShares Pushes to Securitize Diamonds, Build a Market
Diamonds are set to become a part of the global hard asset monetary system.
U.N.’s 2014 Year of Family Farms Opens Up Opportunities in Agribusiness Sector
Today more than ever, small farms are important in helping to alleviate the pressing problem of global food insecurity.
Bill Gates Issues Annual Foundation Letter
Gates pushes innovations in measurement for delivery of effective services.
Ukraine's Trade Deal About-Face From EU to Russia Fraught With Risk
Failure of President Yanukovich to sign with Europe threatens progress, economy and government.
SEC Enforcement: ‘Trader’ Bilks Elderly Investors to Pay Mortgage
Other recent targets of SEC actions were an oil services company fined for bribing foreign officials and a penny-stock financier.
Investment Hazard: New Venezuelan President Has No Cure For Economic Crisis
Chavez’s successor casts blame, but inflation rages and investors should beware.
10 Most Expensive Streets in the World: Billionaire’s Row
Billionaires are buying homes on top streets around the world for record prices, according to data from consultant Knight Frank published by Billionaire.
The Top ‘Must-Have’ Feature for Annuities
One annuity feature blows away all the others in client demand, according to a survey by Phoenix Cos.
E&O Insurance: Cost and Deductibles Skyrocket
The days of $1,500 errors and omissions insurance with a $5,000 deductible are quickly coming to an end.
Expat Americans, Foreign Banks Heave Under IRS Pressure
FATCA, newly delayed until July 2014, will require foreign financial institutions to report on U.S. citizens’ holdings or pay a steep withholding tax.