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A British design firm has big plans for its latest project. Out of fashion for 80 years, the airship could be about to rise again

Hybrid colossus takes to the sky

A British design firm has big plans for its latest project. Out of fashion for 80 years, the airship could be about to rise again

Social network participation among Fortune 500 CEOs Positive trends point to a US embrace of solar power
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VW, BMW and Daimler agree to purchase Nokia’s HERE mapping division in €2.8bn deal
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German carmakers snap up Nokia’s map business

VW, BMW and Daimler agree to purchase Nokia’s HERE mapping division in €2.8bn deal

Strategy Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation is the recipient of the 2015 New Economy Award for Most Innovative Technology Hub. CEO Allen Ma explains how the company is delivering solutions for a better tomorrow

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation fosters great talent

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation is the recipient of the 2015 New Economy Award for Most Innovative Technology Hub. CEO Allen Ma explains how the company is delivering solutions for a better tomorrow

Business The ABC Medical Centre is the recipient of the 2015 New Economy Award for Best Healthcare Provider. Nancy Stich, the centre’s Director of PR and Marketing, explains why it won

ABC Medical Centre puts international standards of healthcare at a local level

The ABC Medical Centre is the recipient of the 2015 New Economy Award for Best Healthcare Provider. Nancy Stich, the centre’s Director of PR and Marketing, explains why it won

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Business Trade bills such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership are being used as cover to impose undemocratic changes to countries’ legal, judicial and regulatory frameworks

Don’t let businesses get away with murder

Trade bills such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership are being used as cover to impose undemocratic changes to countries’ legal, judicial and regulatory frameworks

Technology John Brough explains how building automation systems can help win back budget and create safer environments for patients

Delta Controls provides smarter solutions for patient safety

John Brough explains how building automation systems can help win back budget and create safer environments for patients

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Business China is much closer to completing its urbanisation than many think – and that’s a challenge to which its government must respond

China needs to redeploy its people

China is much closer to completing its urbanisation than many think – and that’s a challenge to which its government must respond

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Talking heads Out of nowhere, mobile games have become a multibillion-dollar industry, but they are controversial. For everyone who finds them a handy bit of escapism, there’s someone else who thinks they’re exploitative

Has mobile gaming lost its moral antenna?

Out of nowhere, mobile games have become a multibillion-dollar industry, but they are controversial. For everyone who finds them a handy bit of escapism, there’s someone else who thinks they’re exploitative

Business ImmuPharma was the recipient of the 2014 New Economy Award for Most Innovative Drug Licensing and Development Company. We find out more about the company's innovative strategies and drugs

ImmuPharma sets its sights high for drug development

ImmuPharma was the recipient of the 2014 New Economy Award for Most Innovative Drug Licensing and Development Company. We find out more about the company’s innovative strategies and drugs

Technology Just as digital innovations have proliferated, so too have those trying to make sense of them all. Tom Bailey introduces us to four writers anyone who wishes to understand technology should be reading

Four tech writers we should be reading…

Just as digital innovations have proliferated, so too have those trying to make sense of them all. Tom Bailey introduces us to four writers anyone who wishes to understand technology should be reading

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Strategy Employers are making use of firms such as Virgin Pulse to monitor the health of their workers. While presented as a benefit to employees, these services raise a number of concerns

Virgin on the extreme: businesses use wearable tech to spy on employees

Employers are making use of firms such as Virgin Pulse to monitor the health of their workers. While presented as a benefit to employees, these services raise a number of concerns

Strategy Once dominant in the mobile phone market, Nokia has all but retreated. But don’t write it off just yet; the company could be about to make a return

Nok over yet: could Nokia’s fortunes be about to change?

Once dominant in the mobile phone market, Nokia has all but retreated. But don’t write it off just yet; the company could be about to make a return

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Energy China’s breakneck industrialisation has benefited those with a stake in pollution control, yet the country’s clampdown on emissions could extinguish the anti-pollution opportunity

China profits from pollution

China’s breakneck industrialisation has benefited those with a stake in pollution control, yet the country’s clampdown on emissions could extinguish the anti-pollution opportunity

Technology FarmLink is the winner of the 2015 New Economy Award for Best Agriculture Solutions. We look at how it is bringing leading data science and new economy tools to the agriculture industry

FarmLink sows the seeds for technological advances in agriculture

FarmLink is the winner of the 2015 New Economy Award for Best Agriculture Solutions. We look at how it is bringing leading data science and new economy tools to the agriculture industry

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Business While pollution from shipping is the fault of everyone who enjoys low-cost goods, it’s up to ship owners to cut their sulphur emissions

Ship owners must take responsibility for their sulphur emissions

While pollution from shipping is the fault of everyone who enjoys low-cost goods, it’s up to ship owners to cut their sulphur emissions

Business Once seen as good, green PR for big banks, sustainable investments are starting to rival traditional financial products for returns

Sustainable investing becomes more than a reputation game

Once seen as good, green PR for big banks, sustainable investments are starting to rival traditional financial products for returns

Business For the driverless car revolution to be a success, it requires us all to give up our right to drive

Humans are the only ones putting the breaks on self-driving cars

For the driverless car revolution to be a success, it requires us all to give up our right to drive

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Business Henry I Miller, Founding Director of the Office of Biotechnology at the US Food and Drug Administration, examines the dangers of mislabelled risk

The media sure knows how to scare us off food

Henry I Miller, Founding Director of the Office of Biotechnology at the US Food and Drug Administration, examines the dangers of mislabelled risk

Technology A new era for medical research is dawning thanks to mobile technology and wearable devices. With Apple’s ResearchKit now available, the opportunities are boundless

Geeks come in to resuscitate healthcare

A new era for medical research is dawning thanks to mobile technology and wearable devices. With Apple’s ResearchKit now available, the opportunities are boundless

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