Nitin Gadkari explains why India must focus on turning waste to wealth
Nitin Gadkari today made a strong pitch for looking beyond a Clean India and focusing on converting waste into wealth. Gadkari, who was speaking at the India Today Group's Safaigiri Awards 2018, brought up a number of examples to explain the need make recycling a top priority for the country.
For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth
Increased spending power leads to environmental damage. It’s time for a radical plan, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot
BJP must check its leaders’ wealth: Mayawati hits out after brother’s property attached
Mayawati said, in a statement on Friday morning, that the Centre and its agencies should enquire about the wealth of the ruling party’s leader.
What Others Say: Epstein's power, wealth must not be shield from justice
Only the most naive would believe that power and wealth aren’t the best defense for the guilty. This is what makes the stomach-turning case against mega-rich financier Jeffrey Epstein so
The mystery of Russia’s missing wealth shows how Putin retains his power
Billionaires in Brazil: Understanding How Extreme Wealth and Political Power Overlap Everywhere
“The Brazilian billionaire tradition is simply an extreme version of a natural relationship between wealth and political power,” says Alex Cuadros.
The pressure on a prosecutor: How Epstein’s wealth and power steered Acosta toward lenient deal
Operation Leap Year led the rich financier’s “army of legal superstars” to deploy political, financial and emotional pressure on Acosta.
Why Wealth Managers Must Adapt and Lead
John Bowman is managing director, Americas, at the CFA Institute The wealth management industry is at a crossroads. The investment landscape is changing at warp speed and client desires are changing along with it. But today’s wealth managers conduct business through a model that’s been in place for years. It has somehow avoided widespread innovation – but no longer will this suffice. It’s time for the…
Banks eager to manage wealth must accept fleeing clients as a grim reality
Changing investor preferences intensify rivalry among wealth managers, especially for billionaire clients.
Here's What to Eat If You Want to Live to Be 100
It's kind of easy. And it involves cheese and alcohol.
Most Americans Want to Live to 100: Survey
What happened at 'Hamilton' last night says a lot about the kind of America we want to be.
Want to live longer? Now ask yourself why
For most of us the main effect of boosting energy or focus is to become a better cog in the corporate machine
The 10 best cities to live in if you want to have an active lifestyle
WalletHub pulled together a report on the worst and best cities for an active lifestyle, with Madison, Wisconsin scoring the highest.
Asset Managers Must Rethink Wealth Mgmt Sales Strategies to Survive
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Time waits for no one. How can you plan for the life you want to live?
Five small steps to help you plan for life's surprises. #PromotedPost
Indian Idol 10 grand finale: Live voting, Top 5 contestants, celebrity guests. All you want to know
Indian Idol 10 grand finale will air tonight, on December 23, at 8pm. You still have a chance to make your favourite contestants win as the live voting for the show will remain open from 8pm to 10:30 pm. Nitin Kumar, Salman Ali, Ankush Bhardwaj, Neelanjana Ray and Vibhor Parashar are the five finalists.
How to live healthy? “Smoke, drink and eat as much red meat” as you want, says Norway
Norway's new Elderly and Public Health Minister Sylvi Listhaug does not “plan to be the moral police, and will not tell people how to live their lives.”
JK Simmons interview: 'Being demanding to the point of being abusive is just not how I want to...
The ‘Whiplash’ actor tells Clarisse Loughrey about life after his Oscar win and why he won’t conform to what people expect of him
Warren must revive IRS to make her wealth tax work
If you've followed Sen. Elizabeth Warren's campaign, you know that she has a series of ambitious plans, many of which involve substantial government spending. Since she's a Democrat, she has to say where she'll get the money (an obligation that for some reason Republicans are relieved of), and she claims that she'll do it largely via a wealth tax In her plan, assets over $50 million would be taxed at 2% per year, and assets over $1 billion would be taxed at 3%.…