New York, London, and Paris are Top Global Cities, with Beijing Making the Top 10 for the First Time in 2014
A.T. KearneyGlobal Cities Index15 April 2014
New York and London remain the world’s most global cities, while select emerging-market cities strengthened their ability to challenge global leaders in the next 10 to 20 years, according to the 2014 A.T. Kearney Global Cities Index (GCI) released today.
- 31 March 2014
A.T. Kearney analysis details how aerospace is a crucial component of California’s economy, both as a significant source of high-paying jobs and as an incubator for technological innovation.
BBC, 4 April 2014
Naveen Menon, leader of A.T. Kearney’s Communication, Media & Technology Practice in Asia Pacific, dispels the notion that there is currently a tech bubble reminiscent of the 2000 era.
- Bloomberg, 14 April 2014
Jakarta is the likeliest emerging city to gain a global role as a young workforce attracts foreign companies, according to A.T. Kearney's ranking.
- GovConWire, 14 April 2014
Rafael Borras, formerly undersecretary of management and acting deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined A.T. Kearney‘s consulting practice as a senior adviser.
- Bloomberg, 13 April 2014
Beijing’s ability to draw business investment helped vault it into the top 10 of cities with the greatest global appeal in A.T. Kearney’s Global Cities Index.
- Thomas Reuters Foundation, 4 April 2014
In order to combat the tax evasion that accounted for about one-fifth of Portugal's gross national product in 2013, cited in A.T. Kearney’s The Shadow Economy in Europe, 2013, Portugal will give away cars in a weekly drawing based on taxpayer invoices.
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