Climate Extremes, Regional Impacts And The Case For Resilience
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Keys to Small Business Longevity
It was 1983 – a groundbreaking year. Ronald Reagan was president. Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. Compact discs made their debut. More than 125 million viewers watched the last episode of MASH. And a gallon of gas cost $1.24 – about $2.25 in today’s economy. And amidst all these milestones, Scott…
Securing enough capital to start a business or maintain one is often one of the most daunting tasks an entrepreneur has to face. In the graphic below, we break down the National Small Business Association’s survey on who the lenders are and what that access to cash can mean for a small business.
Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity. The following infographic illustrates the steps needed to accelerate progress toward ensuring that all children can go to school and learn.
A vibrant private sector—with firms making investments, creating jobs, and improving productivity—promotes growth and expands opportunities for poor people. The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations for local firms in 185 economies and shows that doing business around the world is getting easier. The Women, Business and The Law project maps legal…
Are you the friend who always has the new gadget first? Or, are you more of the back-to-basics, stick-with-what-works type? This graphic created with American Express suggests how you choose to pay for things amidst new payment options might say a lot about what type of consumer you really are.