Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google TV devices Amazon is to stop selling video-streaming TV devices from Google and Apple because they don't "interact well" with its own media service.
Crime killing Jamaican competitiveness Crime continues to kill Jamaica's competitiveness, according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2015/16 released this week.
Christophe Harbour Marks A New Era For St. Kitts Charles ‘Buddy’ Darby is the visionary owner behind the Christophe Harbour development in St. Kitts, a rejuvenated slice of paradise founded to keep the natural beauty of St. Kitts alive while providing an exclusive few with unparalleled private and public facilities.
The Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index Celebrates Ten Years Although the world is becoming ever more globalized, there remains a huge disparity in levels of travel freedom between countries. Visa requirements define and shape individuals' ability to travel across borders. They also reflect strongly on each country's relationships with others, and will take into account diplomatic relationships between the countries, reciprocal visa arrangements, security risks, and the risks of visa and immigration rules violations.
U.S. job growth stumbles, raising doubts on economy U.S. employers slammed the brakes on hiring over the last two months, raising new doubts the economy is strong enough for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by the end of this year.
Chinese manufacturing continues tocontract in September Factory activity in China continued to contract in September, according to the government's official manufacturing survey.
Google and Microsoft agree to lawsuit truce Microsoft and Google have agreed to end a five-year battle over patents.
IMF head warns of weaker global growth The head of the International Monetary Fund has warned global growth is likely to be weaker this year than last.