TIPPED, not stirred, is how hip young things in China now take their tea. To be exact, at a 45-degree tilt. So advise the tea-ristas of HEYTEA, a budding, pricey tea chain, the better to blend the bitter tang of freshly brewed leaves with a salty cream-cheese “cap”. Naigai cha, or cheese-tea, has taken China’s […]
Still pretty interesting THE Indonesia Stock Exchange greeted its latest listing on May 9th: that of BRIsyariah, the Islamic arm of state-controlled Bank Rakyat Indonesia, the country’s biggest bank by assets. The initial public offering (IPO) of 27% of BRIsyariah’s equity raised around 1.3trn rupiah ($92m). Islam outlaws the payment of interest, the basis of […]
Robbert Rietbroek, chief executive of PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand, says he wants leaders to “leave loudly” so everyone else feels comfortable doing it too. But does that make any sense in business?
Facebook’s Blueprint tutorials have been used by more than a million small businesses.
IT SEEMED, at first blush, to be a masterclass in how to bait a rival. For years, American Airlines, along with other big American carriers, has complained of “unfair” competition from Middle Eastern operators, which stand accused of taking state subsidies. On June 22nd one of those accused, Qatar Airways, said it planned to take […]
Universal basic income is the new hot topic in Silicon Valley.
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placeholderA newly revealed part of Trump’s tax plan would have a big effect on millions of business owners.
Musk announced he’s running the latest venture, making him the CEO of 3 companies.
“If you have a job that you can’t start within 90 days, we’re not going to give you money for it,” President Trump said.