The world markets shrugged off the US default fears arising out of the more-than-two-weeks of government shutdown in October with handsome gains of $1.5 trillion in market wealth, or a 3.8 per cent rally, with 44 of the 46 markets covered ending the month in the green. #Stock market#US#MarketWatch#global markets
With the vote on Scottish independence days away, the world is finally waking up to the prospect that the United Kingdom could be downsized. The outcome of the referendum Thursday could reverberate in global markets and have an impact on fervent sepa... #Belgium#United Kingdom
By Sundar Kamek, Vice President, Solutions Marketing, Ariba - an SAP company There was a time not too long ago when it was sufficient for businesses to simply monitor their own suppliers. But as supply chains have become longer and more global, now b... #China#Ariba, Inc.
Making global e-commerce available to Chinese shoppers is a key aim of the Internet giant, and the degree to which Alibaba can deliver on this strategy will help determine how much the company is ultimately worth and to what extent it can open up the... #China#Ariba, Inc.