Weekend Wisdom: American Dream Edition

Like a latter-day Tom Joad, one of America’s last Okies ponders a question that… Has anyone seen the American Dream?

German discounting pioneer Aldi is using the economic crisis to expand its presence in the US. The move could help mitigate the company’s troubles on its home turf.Aldi advances on Wal-Mart’s home turf

Many SMEs across China’s most prosperous province are currently locked in a struggle for survival. With a US recovery still in the balance and most European Union countries forecast to go through an economic contraction this year, many analysts say export orders are likely to…No quick-fix in Guangdong crisis

The financial panic of 2007-08 and the ensuing great recession have changed the balance of wealth in the global financial arena. The big question is whether Asian institutions can take advantage of the change and step up into a leadership role – or hold back and further delay parity between East and West.Historic moment for Asian finance

Chocolate is just as much a part of Switzerland as the Alps. Now, global market leader Barry Callebaut has developed the product that competitors have been hopelessly puzzling over for 60 years — chocolate that doesn’t melt and is low in calories.Chocolate Company Promises Melt-Free Revolution

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