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EMPLOYMENT NEWS FOR MAY 28, 2016
  • Swiss watchmakers threatened from within

    As Swiss watchmakers struggle with the strong franc, weaker Asian demand, and new technologies such as smartwatches, the last thing they need is a threat from within their clubby ranks. But that’s exactly what’s happening. The Goldgena Project, l...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Banks get reprieve as EU-SEC derivatives talks drag

    Banks using some U.S.-based clearinghouses to handle their derivatives trades are set to win a reprieve from tougher capital rules as the European Union continues talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission on regulatory equivalence. The Europe...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • EU digital strategy divides, doesn't conquer

    Perhaps the biggest reason Europe hasn’t produced digital economy giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook or Netflix is that there’s no such thing as “Europe.” Starting out in Sweden, France or Germany, a company is not European — it’s Swedi...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Chinese theme parks have a lot to learn from Disney

    When Disney opens its largest-ever theme park in Shanghai on June 16, the competition won’t be idle. Wang Jianlin, China’s second-richest man and CEO of Wanda Group, is promising to unleash a “pack of wolves” — his affectionate term for his...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Japan's Abe: China not doing enough to fix steel glut

    Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said China isn’t doing enough to tackle oversupply in its steel industry, after Group of Seven leaders pledged to fix excess industrial capacity and a global glut of the metal caused by government subsidies and s...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Miami's condo frenzy ends as inventory piles up

    Miami’s crop of new condo towers, built with big deposits from Latin American buyers and lots of marketing glitz, are opening with many owners heading for the exits. A third of the units in some newly built high-rises are back on the market, though...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Saudi Aramco lifted 2015 oil output to record level

    Saudi Arabian Oil Co., the world’s largest crude producer, increased output to an all-time high last year while keeping its reserves unchanged as the kingdom battles for market share. Saudi Aramco, as the state-owned company is known, produced 10.2...
    Published 14 minutes  
  • Banks making it easier to split the tab

    New York • Splitting the bill for those pizzas you shared with your buddies or that utility bill that is suddenly due is going to get easier and faster even if you don’t all use the same bank. JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and other big banks are u...
    Published 7 hours, 21 minutes ago