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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

What will the Nicaragua Canal mean for locals?

Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

Social network participation among Fortune 500 CEOs Positive trends point to a US embrace of solar power

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Business Intel’s highest-ranking woman, Renée James, steps down from her role as president

‘Thank you for the best years of my professional life': Intel’s No 2 resigns

Intel’s highest-ranking woman, Renée James, steps down from her role as president

Business New technologies FFR and IVUS will complement the conventional angiogram in treating heart disease, explains Michele Perrino

Philips-Volcano acquisition sets stage for cardiac imaging innovations

New technologies FFR and IVUS will complement the conventional angiogram in treating heart disease, explains Michele Perrino

Business Apple agrees to pay royalties during the three-month trial period for its new music streaming service following a public outcry from pop artist

Apple’s music royalty policy gets challenged

Apple agrees to pay royalties during the three-month trial period for its new music streaming service following a public outcry from pop artist

Business The Carlyle Group had pledged $500m to assist Magna Energy's South Asian expansion

Carlyle Group plugs $500m into Magna Energy

The Carlyle Group had pledged $500m to assist Magna Energy’s South Asian expansion

Business China's government is to allow foreign ownership of some e-commerce businesses in a bid to capitalise on its booming internet opportunity

China bets on cross-border e-commerce

China’s government is to allow foreign ownership of some e-commerce businesses in a bid to capitalise on its booming internet opportunity

Business A string of unimpressive results have prompted Twitter executive Dick Costolo to step down

Twitter’s Costolo steps down; shares go up

A string of unimpressive results have prompted Twitter executive Dick Costolo to step down

Business Firms should allocate resources according to future opportunities not those enjoyed in the past, says Richard Dobbs

Take a chance on the future of business

Firms should allocate resources according to future opportunities not those enjoyed in the past, says Richard Dobbs

Business Reports show that Evolent Health is the latest firm to benefit as a result of a burgeoning digital health market

Evolent Health beats share expectations

Reports show that Evolent Health is the latest firm to benefit as a result of a burgeoning digital health market

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Business Electronic accessories that can be controlled through Apple's HomeKit are now available to the public, posing a new era for home connectivity

Apple gives green light to HomeKit accessory-providers

Electronic accessories that can be controlled through Apple’s HomeKit are now available to the public, posing a new era for home connectivity

Business The wearable tech company’s forthcoming IPO could fetch $358m, in a time when the influence of fitness brands in the market is shrinking

Fitbit IPO is shaping up to break records

The wearable tech company’s forthcoming IPO could fetch $358m, in a time when the influence of fitness brands in the market is shrinking

Business The search engine giant has updated its diversity statistics to show that it, and the sector at large, is taking pains to bridge the inequality gap

Google unleashes improved diversity stats

The search engine giant has updated its diversity statistics to show that it, and the sector at large, is taking pains to bridge the inequality gap

Business Economist Edward Hugh argues Spain is in a much more depressed state than mainstream media and national politicians are revealing

Is Spain’s economic comeback kid reputation overrated?

Economist Edward Hugh argues Spain is in a much more depressed state than mainstream media and national politicians are revealing

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