USA: Preparing For A New Era of Facebook
Facebook, the world's most popular social networking site, is preparing for a new era when it floats on the stock market. But just how much is this online company worth? Critics are already questioning the advertising value of the platform and its reputed 100 billion US dollar price tag.
Hong Kong: Top Artists Convene at Annual Art Fair
The world's top artists and the most talented up and coming artists are on display side-by-side at the annual Hong Kong Art Fair. Now in its fifth year, the fair connects new buyers and sellers from Asia and the old world art establishment of the US and Europe.
World: Starvation in Africa Despite Economic Growth
The Eurozone crisis is expected to dominate the upcoming G8 summit but leaders are being asked to consider how to feed the world's poor. Despite Africa enjoying unprecedented economic growth, a recent UN report reveals the region remains the most insecure when it comes to food.
UK: Olympic-Themed Gaming
Publisher Sega is producing the official London 2012 video game for button-bashing Olympic action. But recreating the world's largest sporting event in digital form is no mean feat.
North Korea: Attracting Investment and Imports
North Korea's international trade fair has brought foreign businesses to this strictly socialist economy. While the country wants to keep close control over its citizens and their ability to trade, it also wants to attract investment and goods from the outside world.