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Analysts say Hyundai has poor brand recognition in China.

Hyundai plots China branding reboot

Hyundai and its affiliate Kia Motors were not long ago ranked third among foreign car brands in China, but recent sales have been hit by a consumer backlash.

World is sitting on a pensions time bomb: WEF

The number of people aged over 65 will increase from 600 million today to 2.1 billion in 2050.

The retirement funding gap is expected to grow to the equivalent of $400,000 per person by 2050, adjusted for wage inflation, which is larger than the size of the global economy. Australia is one of the six countries with the biggest pensions.

'He's nuts': Soros blasted in mining brawl

A spokesman for George Soros dismissed BSGR's claims as a "PR stunt".

Israeli businessman Beny​ Steinmetz has labelled George Soros "nuts" and accused him of trying to upset his hopes of developing the Simandou iron ore mine in Guinea, according to a media report.

Anti-Trump movement has a new target: McDonald's

Protesters want to put pressure on the fast-food giant to pay an hourly minimum wage of $US15.

For the first time, the anti-Trump resistance movement is setting its sights on a corporation: McDonald's. Their goal: To rally the fast-food giant to pay an hourly minimum wage of $20, and to allow its workers to unionise.

When your home is a castle

Highlands Castle, which overlooks Lake George in upstate New York:  Interest in castles has grown thanks to the ...

Want to have your personal fortress? Interest in castles has grown amid of the popularity of books and shows like "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones" and the Harry Potter series.