World in 2020: Stories to read

Like Primark, the fashion industry's leading giants, from Inditex to New Look, have begun to halt their purchases in order to contain stock in the face of the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic. Employers in emerging countries around the world, on which the global fashion industry bases its supply, are beginning to ask the large groups not to undo...

With the campaign #StayAtHome for the COVID-19 health contingency, museums, concert halls, and other cultural activities in Spain and other European countries have opted for virtual reality to disseminate their programming, and motivate people to stay in quarantine.

The Walt Disney Company Iberia and Telefónica announced that Movistar will be the strategic ally for the distribution of Disney+ at its launch in Spain. Although the OTT has not yet been launched in Latin America, Telefónica has integrated Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in countries in the region, and is expected to offer its customers access to...

The current production systems only guarantee food for 6.7 billion people, some one billion less than the world's population. With the current formulas of sustainable production, the situation would worsen: only 45.3% would receive adequate food (2,355 calories per day).

The ban on alcoholic beverages in the United States marked 100 years since it went into effect, opening one of the most infamous chapters in U.S. history, that of the gangsters.

Spanish minority investors like dividends. The Spanish stock market was the third-largest in the world in terms of dividend yield in 2019 among the 33 largest stock market indices that make up the index provider MSCI. The dividend yield of the Continuous Market reached 4.5%, only behind the Russian and British stock markets and tied with the figure...