Texas couple sues Apple, claiming its FaceTime app distracted driver in crash that killed their 5-year-old daughter Emirati real estate giant says Trump presidency is "good news" for business Absent US export subsidies, US exporters turn to the private sector Coyote Returns Money to Family of Missing Brazilian Bitcoin jumps above $1,000 for first time in three years If Trump ends up punishing overseas companies, he'll take aim at not only his own brand, but Ivanka’s as well China plans to shut down ivory trade by end of 2017 in a move designed to curb mass slaughter of African elephants. Spicer warns media: 'Business as usual is over!' Dow set to finish wild 2016 with a 14% gain Egypt central bank leaves key interest rates unchanged Milo Yiannopoulos snags $250K book deal with Simon and Schuster imprint Trump owns or has a stake in more than 500 companies, about 150 have done business in at least 25 foreign countriesLondon stocks hits highest ever closing level Panama halts all contracts with Brazil's Odebrecht over bribes Study Shows Capacity for 150,000 Residential Properties in Rio's CentroIsrael approves four-storey settler building in east Jerusalem: NGO UralVagonZavod is becoming a part of RosTehVenezuela says to cut 95,000 bpd crude output in OPEC deal Troubled Italian bank needs more rescue money than expected, potentially complicating government rescue efforts U.S. home prices back to pre-recession levels, Case-Shiller index shows DC "Rosneft" has postponed the construction of a refinery in Chechnya for the long termKRG official says the region will not reduce oil exports under OPEC agreement A former Versace employee who is suing the company alleges that it uses a secret "code" for black customers Meeting Of Opec And Non-Opec Monitoring Committee Proposed For Jan. 13 In Abu Dhabi Egypt will export electricity to Libya for a deal valued at $17 million, while Egyptian electricity production was in deficit 2 years ago. Panasonic and Tesla plan to begin production of photovoltaic cells and modules at a factory in Buffalo, NY. President-elect Donald Trump says he will dissolve the Trump Foundation Rio Hotels Optimistic for New Year's Eve Despite Economic Crisis Today: U.S. Treasury designated individuals and entities in response to continuing violent attacks on Syrian citizens by the Syrian Government Putin noted the growth of the population in Russia and recognized the drop in income

Map. History of Business conflict

2 January 2017
Texas couple sues Apple, claiming its FaceTime app distracted driver in crash that killed their 5-year-old daughter
Emirati real estate giant says Trump presidency is "good news" for business
Absent US export subsidies, US exporters turn to the private sector
China plans to shut down ivory trade by end of 2017 in a move designed to curb mass slaughter of African elephants.
Dow set to finish wild 2016 with a 14% gain
Milo Yiannopoulos snags $250K book deal with Simon and Schuster imprint
Venezuela says to cut 95,000 bpd crude output in OPEC deal
U.S. home prices back to pre-recession levels, Case-Shiller index shows DC
A former Versace employee who is suing the company alleges that it uses a secret "code" for black customers
Egypt will export electricity to Libya for a deal valued at $17 million, while Egyptian electricity production was in deficit 2 years ago.
President-elect Donald Trump says he will dissolve the Trump Foundation
Today: U.S. Treasury designated individuals and entities in response to continuing violent attacks on Syrian citizens by the Syrian Government