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July 23, 2013
As Brazil prepares to host two premier sporting events, the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Summer Olympics in 2016, some predict that the country will invest more than $60 billion USD in public works projects ranging from road expansions to the improvement of telecommunications networks. The infrastructure upgrades are not only necessary to accommodate the enormous amount of visitors these sporting events will bring to Brazil, but al
June 28, 2013
How old is the oldest person you know personally? 80? 90? 100? These numbers are well within reach given today’s life expectancy. Had I asked the same question in 1913 instead of 2013, the answers may have been more like 50 or 55. The average life expectancy continues to rise, and with it, new trends in the global health care industry.
May 8, 2013
The “American Dream” is defined by the idea that the harder you work, the greater your chance for prosperity and success—a solid education, a steady job and that home with a white picket fence. For so long, your house was not only a symbol of what you had accomplished, but also considered a safe and profitable investment because over time its value would appreciate.
February 18, 2013
Key in the word "glocalization," and your computer may warn you that you've misspelled something. Say "glocalization" out loud, and you'll see confusion from colleagues who are certain you meant to say "globalization." "Glocalization" may be a little known term right now, but awareness of it is growing.