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Whatever happened to the Brics economies?

It was not long ago that Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa were identified as being large countries with fast growing economies that would More...

Gunster Attorney Named To Board of Trustee for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 6, 2014) – RELEASE PDF  Gunster, one of Florida’s oldest and largest full-service business law firms, is pleased to announce Christopher P. More...

Global Gender Gap report finds modest improvements

The World Economic Forum has released its latest annual Global Gender Gap report, which looks the gap between men and women in 142 countries when More...

Rwanda conference spells the way to prosperity for region

Promotion of private sector investment in research and development through tax incentives and matching grants are among 14 key resolutions made during a major conference More...

How millennials are reshaping charity and online giving

Elise Hu at NPR shares the story of Charity: Water and how this organizations highlights the ways millennials are impacting nonprofits and charitable giving. In the case More...

In a fast-growing city in Ghana, the streets finally have names

Did you know that about 1.8 billion people, roughly half of the world’s urban population, live without street names or addresses. Adele Peters at Co.Exist takes a look at More...

Want an easy life? Try Canberra, Australia

Alan Flippen at the New York Times takes a look at the findings of the recent Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development “How’s life in your region?” research More...

Save the Children, in partnership with The MasterCard Foundation, launches Youth in Action program

Unique $39.8 million initiative aims to tackle Africa’s youth unemployment epidemic through opportunities in agriculture TORONTO, Aug. 12, 2014 /CNW/ – While Africa is home More...

Boca Raton leads South Florida in Venture Capital

Venture capital investments in the three counties of South Florida surged to $300 million in 2013, led by Boca Raton with $120 million. Those figures More...

South Africa education gets e-learning digital makeover

Sean Robson at BBC News takes a look at how some publishers are trying to reach young audiences in South Africa through digital content and other e-learning initiatives More...