Henry Kissinger’s recent, monumental World Order traces the course of nation state relationships as launched by the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648, stressing the need to maintain a peaceful, rules-based system of sovereign states.
Without product management, a company runs the risk of not growing in big, bold ways. Far too often, manufacturers’ innovation efforts yield little more than minor changes to existing products, rather than new forms of customer value.
Global Economy, Money & Finance, GDP, Government Finance
Regardless of how Greece resolves its payment crisis in the next few weeks, there is bound to be a knock-on effect on financial markets. This in turn will indirectly affect business conditions in the foreseeable future, primarily in the Eurozone but broadly on the entire continent.