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  • Inside the high-end candy shop selling edible Rolex watches and Ray-Ban shades

    Sweet Saba makes candy Rolexes and Ray-Bans

    businessinsider.com 20 Jan '16, 8pm

    Sarah Jacobs Maayan Zilberman behind the counter the Sweet Saba candy shop. The idea behind New York City-based artist and designer Maayan Zilberman's newest venture, Sweet Saba , is to create "an experience that is edible." The imaginative candy line allows her to create sweet treats...

  • Emerging Markets Bubble

    businessinsider.com 21 Jan '16, 4am

    Encouraged by the rise of China and India in the past decade, investors and economic commentators have eagerly looked toward other emerging market nations in hopes of finding "The Next China" – or at least the next country to supply the raw materials that China needs for its construct...

  • The self-lacing Nike sneakers from "Back To The Future" are real

    businessinsider.com 01 Jan '16, 3pm

    On October 21st, 2015, the very day that Marty McFly and his friends traveled to the future in the 80s movie “Back To The Future Part II,” Nike made the cult film's iconic self-lacing sneakers a reality. The company announced that a limited run of Nike Air Mag sneakers will be release...

  • The future of bitcoin and blockchain: Magister Advisor's Jeremy Millar shares his view

    businessinsider.com 27 Dec '15, 10am

    REUTERS/Mark Blinch A bright future? What's next for bitcoin? 2015 has seen the digital currency's volatility stabilise and price jump , but it has also seen much of the hype dissipate. And there's been a divergence between bitcoin and the technology that underpins it — blockchain. Bl...

  • MAULDIN: Bitcoin 2.0 has a better chance of becoming the world's reserve currency than China's yuan

    China yuan not close to reserve currency

    businessinsider.com 12 Dec '15, 5pm

    China Stringer Network/Reuters Ripped up Chinese yuan. The Chinese renminbi has been recently included in the IMF’s reserve currency basket, which previously consisted of the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, and the Japanese yen. These currencies represent the developed world’s...

  • Obama hails 'very strong' relations with Singapore

    Obama hails 'very strong' relations with Singapore

    businessinsider.com 22 Nov '15, 8am

    syndication.ap.org U.S. President Barack Obama attends the 10th East Asia Summit at the 27th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. Obama is in Malaysia where he joins leaders from Southeast Asia to discuss trade and economic issues, and terrorism and disputes ...

  • Coinbase introduces Bitcoin debit card

    Coinbase introduces Bitcoin debit card

    businessinsider.com 23 Nov '15, 4pm

    Americans are becoming more aware of Bitcoin, but use isn't changing much. Coinbase has 2.8 million Bitcoin wallets — an all time high — but only 20% are used to make payments. The vast majority of these wallets are instead used for speculative trading, treating Bitcoin as a commodity...

  • Alleged global football match-fixer freed in Singapore

    Alleged global football match-fixer freed in Singapore

    businessinsider.com 25 Nov '15, 9am

    © AFP/File Patrick Hertzog Police say global football match-fixing generates billions of dollars a year in revenues, fuelled in part by the popularity of online betting on match results and more minute game statistics Singapore (AFP) - A Singaporean businessman accused by Interpol of ...