Blogwatch / Video
India’s outsourcers look to outsource
In the last 10 years, India has become a global center for foreign companies. But worldwide economic strife may lead to shifts in outsourcing patterns.
Posted: November 24, 2008 17:09
Economic crisis requires unprecedented global cooperation
Marcus Mabry of The New York Times discuss the economic crisis and the unprecedented amount of international economic cooperation needed.
Posted: November 20, 2008 16:36
China ousts Japan, owning the most U.S. debt
Brad Setser of the Council on Foreign Relations discusses the shifting power dynamic accompanying China's economic ascendancy.
Posted: November 19, 2008 15:45
World leaders meet to shore up global economy
World leaders are scheduled to meet at the G20 summit this weekend to coordinate a unified solution to the global credit crisis.
Posted: November 14, 2008 14:31
China boosts global economies with $570 billion infusion
Shang Jin Wei of Columbia University's Business School discusses China's announcement of a stimulus plan, which boosted stock markets worldwide.
Posted: November 10, 2008 14:48
Brazil Today: Religion, ethanol and roads
"Brazil Today" is a series that explores Brazil's spiking conversion to Pentecostalism, its pioneering path toward energy independence and its improving - but expensive - roadways.
Posted: November 7, 2008 23:55
Despite elation, Obama faces grim economy
The historic U.S. election of Barack Obama did not inject the same elation into the sobering economic environment.
Posted: November 6, 2008 17:01
More tolls, but better roads in Brazil
Brazil has experienced explosive economic growth the past several years, but its infrastructure kept pace.
Posted: November 4, 2008 17:09
Economy has not hit rock bottom yet
Telis Demos of Fortune Magazine explains why the economy has not yet hit bottom as the financial crisis continues.
Posted: October 31, 2008 14:24
Blogwatch / Graphic
Global financial turmoil may strain IMF
The amount of money needed to stabilize developing economies may far exceed the reach of the International Monetary Fund.
Posted: October 28, 2008 19:02