As Joe Biden gets ready for his inauguration as the 46th U.S. president and the Trump administration packs its bags, the world continues to deal with its own issues. Business leaders need to keep up to date on the issues that can affect them, their companies, and their extended supply chains. these include Russia, China, North Korea, the Middle East, and Venezuela.
Republican Senators seemed genuinely surprised by the mob violence in the U.S. Capital yesterday despite the fact that they allowed this situation to develop.
The global pandemic which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan more than one year ago is shaping the world we will live in after it has run its course or been brought under control.
As the world slowly recovers from the jobs lost due to SARS-CoV-2 and the measures taken to control the spread of the virus, it is a good time to think about which of the lost jobs will come back and how long it will take.
Joe Biden’s environmental team correctly believes that jobs and prosperity go together with clean energy. They will, however, have to prove it by the mid term elections to ensure a congressional majority.