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  • Camel Walks Down Busy Street report Camel Walks Down Busy Street Rumble 11 months ago Info: A camel walks down a busy street, holding up traffic briefly.
  • Japan's economy dodges recession report Japan's economy dodges recession Rumble 11 months ago Japan's economy expanded at the fastest pace in a year in the first quarter, thanks in part to a leap year consumption boost. But, as Laura Frykberg reports, analysts say the rebound is not strong enough to dispel concerns over a contraction this quarter
  • Macau bets on new business bid report Macau bets on new business bid Rumble 11 months ago With revenues in Asia's gaming hub of Macau sinking to five-year lows, there are plans to transform the economy by taking a page out of Las Vegas' book. Pamela Ambler reports.
  • Business...Going Slow... report Business...Going Slow... GoPlay 11 months ago Business...Going Slow...
  • Workout on a Busy Saturday report Workout on a Busy Saturday Rumble 11 months ago http://fitfortwo.tv It's a busy Saturday so Brock and Marta get outside early for a workout. How do you start of a busy day? Leave a comment on our web site telling us how you were active today and you could win Lebert Stretch Straps! http://facebook.com/fitfortwotv http://twitter.com/fit
  • Nevermind Panama: It's business as usual at the Kremlin report Nevermind Panama: It's business as usual at the Kremlin Rumble 11 months ago Russian President Putin holds a cabinet meeting Tuesday, making no mention of the so-called Panama Papers which have already prompted one world leader to resign. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
  • Kylie Jenner Defends Her Business After Recieving an F from the Better Business Bureau report Kylie Jenner Defends Her Business After Recieving an F from the Better Business Bureau Rumble 11 months ago Kylie Jenner is taking on her haters after her Lip Kits received a failing grade from the Better Business Bureau.The reality star turned beauty mogul is standing by her business.
  • China's extra kids mean business report China's extra kids mean business Rumble 11 months ago The end of China's one-child policy will result in big changes in what that country's consumers will buy. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • German business morale sinks again report German business morale sinks again Rumble 11 months ago German business morale fell for a third straight month in February to reach its lowest level in more than a year, as the outlook among manufacturing firms plunged by the steepest amount in eight years. But as David Pollard reports, state spending on refugees helped support German growth.
  • D.C. mayor urges residents, businesses to help dig out report D.C. mayor urges residents, businesses to help dig out Rumble 11 months ago The mayor of Washington, D.C. says the city has begun its dig out phase from a massive blizzard that dumped nearly two feet of snow on the nation's capital. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • UAL pilots ok 22 percent pay hike report UAL pilots ok 22 percent pay hike Rumble 11 months ago United pilots have voted to extend a contract that paves the way for a 22 percent wage increase by 2018. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • GDP rises 0.7% in 4th quarter report GDP rises 0.7% in 4th quarter Rumble 11 months ago Consumer spending slowed as warm weather cut into sales of clothing and demand for heating. Fred Katayama reports.
  • World market woes worry investors report World market woes worry investors Rumble 11 months ago A small bounce in European shares and tentative stabilization in oil prices helped calm investors on Thursday, after a torrid few days that has wiped trillions of dollars off global markets. Laura Frykberg reports.
  • Hundreds in Tokyo pray for business prosperity report Hundreds in Tokyo pray for business prosperity Rumble 11 months ago Tokyo business people line up at a shrine on the first work day of 2016 to pray for luck and success in the new year. Rough Cut - subtitled (no reporter narration).
  • 'Dieselgate' puts VW in least loved top 10 report 'Dieselgate' puts VW in least loved top 10 Rumble 11 months ago McDonald's and Nestlé are among the corporations most loved by NGOs such as campaigning charities like Greenpeace. But as Laura Frykberg reports, 'dieselgate' has made Volkswagen the seventh most hated, according to new research by NGO experts Sigwatch.
  • China, oil weigh down global markets report China, oil weigh down global markets Rumble 11 months ago World stocks fall for the fifth straight day, anchored near their lowest level in over two years with investors rattled by the continued slump in oil prices and a surge in offshore Chinese yuan deposit rates. Joel Flynn reports
  • Closed for business in Brussels report Closed for business in Brussels Rumble 11 months ago Belgians feel stress after warnings of a "serious and imminent" threat of militant attack, prompting the shutdown of the metro, stores and shopping centers. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
  • Retailers may be ok after all report Retailers may be ok after all Rumble 11 months ago After a week of terrible retail data, a number of high profile retailers, including Home Depot, TJX and Wal-Mart, surprised Wall Street with better-than-expected results. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • China trade slipping with weakness at home and overseas report China trade slipping with weakness at home and overseas Rumble 11 months ago China releases disappointing trade figures for October, signaling the economy is still in need of help to offset weak demand from trading partners. Meg Teckman reports.
  • Bank of Japan holds steady on policy, pushes back inflation timeline report Bank of Japan holds steady on policy, pushes back inflation timeline Rumble 11 months ago The Bank of Japan holds off on expanding its massive stimulus programme while pushing back the expected timing for hitting its 2 percent inflation target by around six months. Meg Teckman reports.
  • SAB strength could brew takeover trouble report SAB strength could brew takeover trouble Rumble 11 months ago SABMiller, the brewing giant in talks about a potential takeover by rival Anheuser-Busch InBev, reports strong sales growth in emerging markets, which it said reflects the strength of its long-term business model. But as Joel Flynn reports, the brakes may already be put on a deal worth more than 100 billion dollars.
  • Jack Dorsey gives back report Jack Dorsey gives back Rumble 11 months ago Twitter CEO and co-founder is giving his shares worth about $200 million to the employee stock pool. That should help morale, says an analyst. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Peltz's Trian buys $2.5 bln GE stake report Peltz's Trian buys $2.5 bln GE stake Rumble 11 months ago Activist investor Nelson Peltz's fund is calling on GE to cut more costs, sell more of its banking business and explore more buybacks. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Yahoo! earnings miss report Yahoo! earnings miss Rumble 11 months ago Yahoo! results fell short of forecasts, but the company announced a new ad agreement with Google. Stocks slumped in Tuesday's session. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Less zoom, more gloom in German economy report Less zoom, more gloom in German economy Rumble 11 months ago German exports plunged in August by their largest amount since the height of the global financial crisis and imports also fell sharply. As David Pollard reports, it's the latest sign that Europe's largest economy is feeling the pain from a slowdown in emerging markets.
  • Fed minutes: approaching liftoff report Fed minutes: approaching liftoff Rumble 11 months ago The minutes from the latest Fed policy meeting kept the door open to a rate hike in September. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • London fashion's business savvy designers report London fashion's business savvy designers Rumble 11 months ago London Fashion Week has sharpened its business focus over the past few years to usher in a new generation of fashion designers who blend creativity with a healthy dose of commerce.As Hayley Platt reports it's making the city a key destination for global brands and retailers wanting to pair up with designers on projects ranging from soft drinks packaging to dolls' accessories.
  • Zurich ditches RSA $8.7bln takeover plan report Zurich ditches RSA $8.7bln takeover plan Rumble 11 months ago Zurich Insurance abandons its proposed 5.6 billion pound ($8.7 billion) bid for British insurer RSA after a two-month courtship. As Grace Pascoe reports the decision came after RSA forecast a $200 million third-quarter loss largely due to explosions at the Chinese port of Tianjin.
  • Amplats sells strike-hit platinum mine report Amplats sells strike-hit platinum mine Rumble 11 months ago Anglo American Platinum has sold its labour-intensive South African mine to bullion producer Sibanye Gold for 4.5 billion rand ($331 million). As Sara Hemrajani reports Amplats was hit by a record five-month strike at Rustenberg mine last year.
  • China's Li seeks to quell market fears report China's Li seeks to quell market fears Rumble 11 months ago China has fended off the major risks to its financial system while its economic prospects remain positive, Premier Li Keqiang tells the World Economic Forum in Dalian. David Pollard reports.
  • Euro's record boost to German surplus report Euro's record boost to German surplus Rumble 11 months ago Germany's current account surplus is likely to hit a new record of 250 billion euros ($283 billion) in 2015. But as David Pollard reports, it wasn't all good news - another survey showed the mood among German analysts and investors slumped in September to its lowest level in 10 months, hit by fears about slower exports to emerging markets.
  • Fed worries and China's economy still weighing on Asia stocks report Fed worries and China's economy still weighing on Asia stocks Rumble 11 months ago Markets across Asia are still cautious ahead of the Fed meeting later in the week and more volatility in Chinese stocks. Meg Teckman reports.
  • Toshiba profits dip, Japan slows report Toshiba profits dip, Japan slows Rumble 11 months ago Toshiba Corp swung to a first-quarter loss on weak PC and TV sales, raising pressure on its new chief executive, who is already tasked with improving governance after a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. As Grace Pascoe reports the results come as Japan's economy struggles
  • Euro zone doing better than thought report Euro zone doing better than thought Rumble 11 months ago The euro zone economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter mainly because of faster growth in Italy and Greece. As David Pollard reports, economic data also showed German exports and imports at record highs and Spanish house prices rising fast.
  • China's factories shrink further in August report China's factories shrink further in August Rumble 11 months ago A worrying sign for the health of China’s overall economy, the country’s manufacturing sector contracted the fastest pace in several years according to twin surveys for August. Meg Teckman reports.
  • China markets get Monday morning blues report China markets get Monday morning blues Rumble 11 months ago Stocks in Shanghai start the week off on a negative note after a rally late last week fails to boost sentiment ahead of monthly data releases the following day. Meg Teckman reports.
  • U.S. stocks end the day mixed, but positive for the week report U.S. stocks end the day mixed, but positive for the week Rumble 11 months ago Major U.S. market indices recovered from a sell-off earlier in the week and ended the week higher. Shartia Brantley reports.
  • Slow China & U.S. lowers Pernod's spirits report Slow China & U.S. lowers Pernod's spirits Rumble 11 months ago Pernod Ricard says it's confident about its recovery prospects in China even though an economic slowdown is leading to "soft" sales. As Hayley Platt reports the French drinks group also says U.S. drinkers are changing their habits.
  • Beach wedding turns into dramatic rescue report Beach wedding turns into dramatic rescue Rumble 11 months ago A wedding video captures two Australian groomsmen rescuing a fisherman from a capsized boat offshore. Tara Cleary reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Angelina Jolie's Evil Turn report Angelina Jolie's Evil Turn Rumble 11 months ago The star talks about her new film 'Maleficent' in which she plays a wicked fairy godmother. Alicia Powell reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Minecraft PE Episode 2- Intimate Business Men? report Minecraft PE Episode 2- Intimate Business Men? GoPlay 11 months ago Minecraft PE Episode 2- Intimate Business Men?
  • 10 Disgraced Business People report 10 Disgraced Business People Rumble 11 months ago The top 10 bad guys of the boardroom.
  • I'M SICK OF BEING NORMAL! Business Rant report I'M SICK OF BEING NORMAL! Business Rant Rumble 11 months ago Please like and share my business videos if you enjoy them! It helps me know what people want to see other than car videos. In this video I talk about the frustration of trying to fit into society. Even with all the things im known for, my mind thinks ill be happier if I quietly join the ranks.
  • Failure in Business - NOT EPIC FAILS OMGWTFBBQ report Failure in Business - NOT EPIC FAILS OMGWTFBBQ Rumble 11 months ago Failure in Business - NOT EPIC FAILS OMGWTFBBQ
  • Elevator Pitch: Starting A Business report Elevator Pitch: Starting A Business Rumble 11 months ago You love sports cars and want to start a business to afford more? To be good at business you must understand business. This is the first video in my business series that show how to improve your skills. This is my third "How to afford a lamborghini" and it has evolved into a series of videos i wi
  • Mossack Fonseca's busy Hong Kong hub report Mossack Fonseca's busy Hong Kong hub Rumble 11 months ago The law firm at the centre of the biggest leak in whistleblower history, Mossack Fonseca, hosts its busiest office in Hong Kong says the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. As Sara Hemrajani reports, offshore companies incorporated in offices in China and Hong Kong make up 29 percent of the law firm's active companies worldwide.
  • Euro zone lending lifts off report Euro zone lending lifts off Rumble 11 months ago Lending to euro zone companies and households grew at its fastest pace since late 2011 in February. As Grace Pascoe reports the ECB data suggested the bloc was continuing its modest recovery, despite falling inflation and slowing global growth.
  • Will Japan's record budget spur growth? report Will Japan's record budget spur growth? Rumble 11 months ago Japan's parliament has approved a record 96.72 trillion yen ($851.5 billion) state budget for fiscal 2016. As Hayley Platt reports it's raised more questions about whether additional stimulus spending is the right way to spur the flagging economy.
  • Business Talk: Sue and Steve Show & The Law of Attraction report Business Talk: Sue and Steve Show & The Law of Attraction Rumble 11 months ago Business Talk: Sue and Steve Show & The Law of Attraction
  • Arts & business crafts at Cape Town agency report Arts & business crafts at Cape Town agency Rumble 11 months ago A South African entrepreneur wants young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to come together to forge new ideas - Dillion Phiri's 'Creative Nestlings' agency showcasing the work of emerging designers, artists and musicians who want to earn from their art. David Pollard reports.
  • Markets expose Italy's bad banks report Markets expose Italy's bad banks Rumble 11 months ago Italian banking shares rebounded on Thursday after a week of plunging prices, with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi seeking to reassure investors that the sector was solid despite its mountain of bad loans. Laura Frykberg reports
  • BOJ stuns markets with rates surprise report BOJ stuns markets with rates surprise Rumble 11 months ago The Bank of Japan shocks markets with a negative interest rates surprise. Julian Sattherthwaite reports.
  • Security tight during busy holiday travel season report Security tight during busy holiday travel season Rumble 11 months ago Passengers in the U.S. are taking heightened security measures in stride during the busy holiday travel season. Nathan Frandino reports.
  • Luxury watchmakers rethink affordability report Luxury watchmakers rethink affordability Rumble 11 months ago Swiss luxury watchmakers say they're confident, yet cautious about the market after an economically and politically turbulent year. Roselle Chen reports.
  • How to buy a Lamborghini. Part 2 - Business Mindset report How to buy a Lamborghini. Part 2 - Business Mindset Rumble 11 months ago How to buy a Lamborghini. Part 2 - Business Mindset
  • Business as usual after Paris attacks? report Business as usual after Paris attacks? Rumble 11 months ago Business in Paris was hit badly after the terror attacks last month that claimed the 130 lives. But, as David Pollard reports, there's hope the deeper impact on French growth will only be temporary.
  • Mega deals to be made during Iran tour report Mega deals to be made during Iran tour Rumble 11 months ago Italy is poised to sign deals worth up to 17 billion euros with Iran during President Hassan Rouhani's visit to Rome, according to a government source. As Sonia Legg reports, Iran is visiting numerous countries as it eyes a potential investment bonanza after the lifting of financial sanctions.
  • US rate hike: the global impact report US rate hike: the global impact Rumble 11 months ago Markets breathe a sigh of relief after the Fed hike, but for many economies around the world, the hike may prove a mixed blessing. Ciara Lee reports.
  • Oil climbing the 2016 risk list, fast report Oil climbing the 2016 risk list, fast Rumble 11 months ago Crude dipped below $40 a barrel this week and traders are warning that a new round of low prices could be here to stay, at least for a while. Oil is emerging as, possibly, one of 2016's biggest financial risks. David Pollard reports.
  • Chinese yuan may get smaller slice of the SDR pie report Chinese yuan may get smaller slice of the SDR pie Rumble 11 months ago Getting the yuan into the IMF’s SDR basket may finally come to pass at the end of November, but the global lender is considering changes to the basket, putting equal weighting for the currency up in the air. Meg Teckman reports.
  • China inflation cools in October report China inflation cools in October Rumble 11 months ago Soft consumer inflation data and persistently weak producer prices suggesting China’s economy needs more support to boost consumption as a growth driver. Meg Teckman reports.
  • No holiday sparkle: Tiffany warns report No holiday sparkle: Tiffany warns Rumble 11 months ago The upscale retailer sees profit this year falling sharply due to the strong dollar. But some analysts voice cautious optimism over its prospects. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Deere's profit plummets report Deere's profit plummets Rumble 11 months ago The farm equipment maker warned that sales will continue to fall in the first quarter and full year but at a slower rate. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Stormy times ahead for world trade report Stormy times ahead for world trade Rumble 11 months ago European share markets struggle under the weight of negative corporate news from VW, ArcelorMittal and Maersk - the latest German industry data also adding to worries over a fragile global outlook. Kirsty Basset reports.
  • Euro zone to gather speed - slowly report Euro zone to gather speed - slowly Rumble 11 months ago German industrial orders dropped unexpectedly in September due mainly to weaker foreign demand, in a sign that Europe's biggest economy may lose steam at the end of this year. As Ciara Lee reports, it comes as the European Commission publishes its economic forecasts for growth, deficit and debt data for all the 28 countries in the European Union.
  • Stocks edge lower in light trading report Stocks edge lower in light trading Rumble 11 months ago Stocks gave back early gains on Monday to close slightly lower. Volume was light ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Stocks smile at Fed rate statement report Stocks smile at Fed rate statement Rumble 11 months ago Stocks moved higher after Federal Reserve policy makers indicated a rate hike was possible at its next policy meeting in December. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Businesses bet on Bond bonanza report Businesses bet on Bond bonanza Rumble 11 months ago Much of the funding for the new James Bond movie comes from product placement. As Joel Flynn reports at least 14 brands are directly associated with what is the longest and largest franchise in the world. Credit to Reuters.
  • Chipotle's big 1-day hiring spree report Chipotle's big 1-day hiring spree Rumble 11 months ago The upscale burrito chain plans to hire 4,000 workers in one day next month, says the Wall Street Journal. Fred Katayama reports it's a sign of the tightening job market.
  • EU probes Staples-Office Depot deal report EU probes Staples-Office Depot deal Rumble 11 months ago EU antitrust officials say the merger between the office supply chains could price hikes and hurt customers. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Mark and Donnie Wahlberg expand their burger business report Mark and Donnie Wahlberg expand their burger business Rumble 11 months ago With four burger bars already under their belts, the Wahlberg brothers, Donnie, Mark and Paul, hold an opening for their latest restaurant in New York's Coney Island. Credit to Reuters.
  • U.S. stocks tumble report U.S. stocks tumble Rumble 11 months ago U.S. stocks ended more than one percent lower, led by declines in Apple shares and energy companies. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Retail sales data helps lift stocks report Retail sales data helps lift stocks Rumble 11 months ago U.S. equities moved higher boosted by encouraging data that points to improved consumer spending. Jeanne Yurman reports.
  • Dementia costs could top $1 trln by 2018 report Dementia costs could top $1 trln by 2018 Rumble 11 months ago New figures show the global cost of dementia could reach $1 trillion dollars by 2018. As Hayley Platt report one altzeimers organisation is calling on businesses to help.
  • Glencore digs deep to cut debt report Glencore digs deep to cut debt Rumble 11 months ago Mining and commodities trading firm Glencore has announced it will suspend dividends, sell assets and raise $2.5 billion in a new share issue. As Ciara Lee reports it aims to cut its debt by a third to $20 billion by the end of next year.
  • Asia markets choppy in Friday trade report Asia markets choppy in Friday trade Rumble 11 months ago Many markets around Asia close out a volatile week with jumps in and out of positive territory with investors still cautious about upcoming Chinese activity data and next week’s Fed meeting. Friday Meg Teckman reports.
  • Draghi: ECB 'ready to act' report Draghi: ECB 'ready to act' Rumble 11 months ago The European Central Bank cuts its inflation and growth forecasts for the euro zone at its latest policy meeting, but holds back from any policy easing measures - for now. David Pollard reports.
  • Africa's funding fears over slower China report Africa's funding fears over slower China Rumble 11 months ago As China's slowdown hurts African commodity exporters, others on the continent are fretting that an era of Chinese-funded airports, roads and railways may be at risk. As Sonia Legg reports, there's barely an infrastructure project in Africa in which China is not involved.
  • Global market volatility the new norm? report Global market volatility the new norm? Rumble 11 months ago Recent volatility in global financial markets shows how rapidly risks can spill over from one economy to the next, says IMF managing director Christina Lagarde. David Pollard looks at whether market volatility may become the new norm .
  • Mid-week Asian markets closing nearly flat report Mid-week Asian markets closing nearly flat Rumble 11 months ago Markets across Asia ending Wednesday trade either just up or just down as volatility in Chinese equities spill across the region. Meg Teckman reports.
  • Australian economy slows to 2-year low report Australian economy slows to 2-year low Rumble 11 months ago Australia posts weaker than expected second quarter GDP figures as the country struggles with a downturn in its major mining sector and weak demand for exports. Meg Teckman reports.
  • China jitters send stocks tumbling again report China jitters send stocks tumbling again Rumble 11 months ago World stocks and commodity prices have tumbled again as poor Chinese data see fears about its economic health make an unwelcome comeback. As Sonia Legg reports, oil prices also fell more than 3 percent after official data showed China's giant manufacturing sector contracted at the fastest pace in three years.
  • Europe data hints at unsteady recovery report Europe data hints at unsteady recovery Rumble 11 months ago British and euro zone manufacturing eased in August, following a contraction in China's industry. As David Pollard reports, it rattled markets and reinforced expectations policymakers will need to ease policy further.
  • Chappie tops box office, outperforms Vince Vaughn's "Unfinished Business" report Chappie tops box office, outperforms Vince Vaughn's "Unfinished Business" Rumble 11 months ago R-rated films make dull debuts at the box office, following a series of strong contenders like "Fifty Shades of Grey." Gavino Garay reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • The Chinese investors riding the storm report The Chinese investors riding the storm Rumble 11 months ago Chinese stocks have lost around 20 percent in market value this week, with many investors suffering big losses. But that isn't deterring Beijing investor Wang Wei, who is happy to ride out the volatility. Ciara Lee reports.
  • Tiffany earnings and forecast disappoint report Tiffany earnings and forecast disappoint Rumble 11 months ago Luxury jeweler Tiffany reports lower profit and cuts full-year forecast due to stronger dollar overseas and lower spending by US customers.
  • 'Bad bank' path too steep for Greece? report 'Bad bank' path too steep for Greece? Rumble 11 months ago Greece is under growing pressure to take care of banks' problem loans so they are free to lend again. But as Matt Gooderick reports creating a bad bank like Ireland and Spain may not work because of the depth and complexity of the Greek crisis.
  • Now that everyone else is busy with Gif Tournament, I have the whole sub to myself report Now that everyone else is busy with Gif Tournament, I have the whole sub to myself ByteVideos 5 months ago Now that everyone else is busy with Gif Tournament, I have the whole sub to myself
  • How to keep your cat busy for a while report How to keep your cat busy for a while RoboFunny 9 months ago How to keep your cat busy for a while
  • Business...Going Slow.. report Business...Going Slow.. GoPlay 11 months ago Business...Going Slow..
  • Tiger Cubs Keep Mom Busy report Tiger Cubs Keep Mom Busy Rumble 11 months ago Mommy white tiger Ashley copes with four new cubs.
  • how to make a good musical.ly my way report how to make a good musical.ly my way GoPlay 11 months ago how to make a good musical.ly my way
  • Starting a business: Ideas are worthless report Starting a business: Ideas are worthless Rumble 11 months ago Starting a business: Ideas are worthless
  • Widowed Marine Wife Builds Business To Benefit Veterans report Widowed Marine Wife Builds Business To Benefit Veterans Rumble 11 months ago Brittney's loss of her marine husband inspired her to build a business to benefit veterans! At age 20, Brittney met, fell in love with and married Hunter Hogan, a young United States Marine. They moved from San Diego to North Carolina where Hunter was stationed. Five months later Lance Cpl. Hunter Hogan was killed in action in the Helmand Provence of Afghanistan. Brittney was left a widow at age 22 and spent a year on a path of self-destruction. One day she stopped, moved herself back to San Diego and began running to release her anger. The more she ran, the healthier she wanted to become. Using fitness as a coping mechanism, she decided she wanted her clothing to be a tool for that journey. And that journey lead her to create Virago Fitness, affordable and classy fitness apparel which will benefit veterans! Virago now gives portions of their proceeds to the HD Hogan Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Fund and the USO. She has come so far already but her ultimate goal is to create jobs for Veterans and continue a positive cycle of support. Visit Us At http://www.hooplaha.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hooplaha Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hooplaha
  • 10 Worst Business Decisions Of All Time report 10 Worst Business Decisions Of All Time Rumble 11 months ago 10 Worst Business Decisions Of All Time Turning down the most successful band in history and rejecting the chance of buy one of the world's most important inventions are just two of the 10 worst business decisions of all time. Learn more with AllTime10s.
  • Mime Your Own Business (Tumba Ping Pong Show) report Mime Your Own Business (Tumba Ping Pong Show) Rumble 11 months ago Performed by: Slightly Mad Max, DJ Coolman & Dr Ders Guest star: John "The Mime" Henry WATCH IT ALL ON: http://www.tumbapingpongshow.com Join us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/tumbapingpongshow subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/Rbu19Z and follow us on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/
  • Organic Raw Honey Tasting & Busy Bees 2 report Organic Raw Honey Tasting & Busy Bees 2 Rumble 11 months ago Organic Raw Honey Tasting & Busy Bees 2
  • Didi to buy Uber's China business in $35bln deal report Didi to buy Uber's China business in $35bln deal Rumble 11 months ago Ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing is to buy Uber's China operations, in a deal that will give Uber a stake in the company and end bruising competition between the two. As Sonia Legg reports, the deal is reportedly valued at $35 billion.
  • BOJ goes below-zero to revive economy report BOJ goes below-zero to revive economy Rumble 11 months ago The Bank of Japan has stunned markets by moving interest rates into negative territory, effectively charging financial institutions to park money with the central bank. But will it make a difference to the real economy? Kirsty Basset reports.
  • Chinese shopping habits may disappoint report Chinese shopping habits may disappoint Rumble 11 months ago Chinese consumer confidence has ebbed thanks to crashing markets, currency devaluations and flattening wage growth. As Grace Pascoe reports, that's bad news for Beijing which is hoping consumer spending will help boost its slowing economy.
  • Oil producers could face bankruptcy report Oil producers could face bankruptcy Rumble 11 months ago Oil prices crashed to new lows on Wednesday. Persistently low prices could force some independent producers to write down debt or even file for bankruptcy. Leah Duncan reports.
  • Actor's attack comes at bad time for CEOs report Actor's attack comes at bad time for CEOs Rumble 11 months ago Confidence about near-term sales growth among chief executives around the world has fallen to its lowest level in six years, according to the annual PwC survey released in Davos. As Laura Frykberg reports it's all down to the slowdown in China and the slump in oil prices.
  • Iran's Rouhani in Rome, Paris to revive business ties report Iran's Rouhani in Rome, Paris to revive business ties Rumble 11 months ago President Hassan Rouhani is in Europe to drum up business for Iran, including an Italy deal worth up to $17 billion -- but in Paris the pragmatic cleric also has to deal with Tehran's human rights record as he tries to revive economic ties with France. Mana Rabiee reports.
  • Havana is open for business report Havana is open for business Rumble 11 months ago A surge of American visitors since the restoration of diplomatic ties is testing the limits of Cuba's tourism industry. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
  • Russia's pain is McDonald's gain report Russia's pain is McDonald's gain Rumble 11 months ago Russia's economy contracted by 3.7 percent in 2015, according to the country's statistics service but one U.S. giant is cashing in on the hard times. As Sara Hemrajani reports, McDonalds is expanding thanks to the success of their affordable menu.
  • CCTV captures roof collapse on busy London street report CCTV captures roof collapse on busy London street Rumble 11 months ago The Hammersmith and Fulham Council recently released CCTV footage showing a dramatic roof collapse on Uxbridge Road in London, England's Shepherds Bush area. Miraculously, no pedestrians were injured when the incident, caused by high winds, occurred on December 5th, 2015. Credit to the 'Hammersmith And Fulham Council'.
  • November winning month for stocks report November winning month for stocks Rumble 11 months ago Stocks took a step back on Monday but were higher for the second straight month. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • OECD: No let up in China slowdown report OECD: No let up in China slowdown Rumble 11 months ago China's economic growth is likely to slow to 6.5 percent next year and cool further to 6.2 percent in 2017, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. As Sonia Legg reports, their report suggests policy makers will have their work cut out as the Asian giant adjusts to lower growth.
  • China home prices on the upswing report China home prices on the upswing Rumble 11 months ago House prices in China rose for the first time in a year on an annual basis in October, pointing toward a recovery in the slowing economy’s crucial property sector. Meg Teckman reports.
  • Price cuts boost euro zone businesses report Price cuts boost euro zone businesses Rumble 11 months ago Business activity in the euro zone picked up at its fastest pace since mid-2011 this month - and far quicker than expected. As Sonia Legg reports, even slowing growth in France following the Nov. 13 attacks was offset by a buoyant Germany.
  • Yahoo to weigh sale of core business report Yahoo to weigh sale of core business Rumble 11 months ago An analyst says the core business, which includes news sites and Yahoo Mail, could be worth up to $8 billion. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Businesses count on Myanmar polls report Businesses count on Myanmar polls Rumble 11 months ago Investors and businessmen calculate the costs of Myanmar elections. Masako Iijima reports.
  • Worrying signs for 'Made in Germany'? report Worrying signs for 'Made in Germany'? Rumble 11 months ago German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in August as demand from non-euro zone countries weakened. As Ivor Bennett reports, it's raised worries a slowdown in China will cut into exports from Europe's biggest economy.
  • China's pain is London property's gain report China's pain is London property's gain Rumble 11 months ago The top of London's property market has been the golden realm of international investors and speculators for some time, but some had worried what effects China's economic slowdown might have on the market. As Joel Flynn reports, it could yet be good news for those trying to flog five million pound flats.
  • Low pay fuels China's graduate ambitions report Low pay fuels China's graduate ambitions Rumble 11 months ago Increasing numbers of Chinese graduates are shunning steady but low-paid employment with ambitions to start their own firms. Paul Chapman reports.
  • Altice adds Cablevision to shopping bag report Altice adds Cablevision to shopping bag Rumble 11 months ago Altice will become a major force in the lucrative U.S. cable market after it agreed to buy America's fourth-largest operator Cablevision for a mix of cash and shares in a deal worth $17.7 billion including debt. As Sonia Legg reports, it's the latest in a series of buy-ups by the European telecoms group.
  • Record sales for Sweden's IKEA report Record sales for Sweden's IKEA Rumble 11 months ago IKEA, the world's biggest furniture retailer, has reported an 11 percent increase in fiscal full-year sales to a record 31.9 billion euros ($35.8 billion). David Pollard looks at why the Swedish company, known for its flat-pack self-assembly budget furniture, is doing so well.
  • Britain's recovery loses steam report Britain's recovery loses steam Rumble 11 months ago British manufacturing output fell hard in July, hit by an earlier than usual summer shutdown of vehicle production lines, and the country's trade deficit widened sharply. As Amy Pollock reports falling prices are also a concern.
  • Best Buy sales grew in second quarter report Best Buy sales grew in second quarter Rumble 11 months ago The largest consumer electronics chain in the U.S. reported an increase in sales for the second quarter. Analysts were expecting a decline. Shartia Brantley reports.
  • Asian markets riding on sentiment rebound report Asian markets riding on sentiment rebound Rumble 11 months ago Markets across Asia were well in the black with sentiment rising after Wall Street and European indices logged gains on Tuesday. Meg Teckman reports.
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