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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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Business Economist Jerome Booth argues the RMB’s devaluation says more about the rising value of the dollar than a massive market correction in China

Booth: RMB drop more a de-pegging from US dollar than onset of a currency war

Economist Jerome Booth argues the RMB’s devaluation says more about the rising value of the dollar than a massive market correction in China

Business The world’s largest social network showed that its competitors have a great deal of catching up to do when it revealed that one billion people used Facebook in a single day

Facebook reaches one billion users in a day

The world’s largest social network showed that its competitors have a great deal of catching up to do when it revealed that one billion people used Facebook in a single day

Business Much of Africa requires a great deal of infrastructural reform should it’s future prosper, says author Tom Burgis

Funding Africa’s future: If they build it will they come?

Much of Africa requires a great deal of infrastructural reform should it’s future prosper, says author Tom Burgis

Business The New Economy speaks with Shaily Mittal, MNI Indicator Economist to find out what industries are pushing India forward

Manufacturing and investments drive India

The New Economy speaks with Shaily Mittal, MNI Indicator Economist to find out what industries are pushing India forward

Business When Amazon bought Twitch.tv for $970m last year, it crystallised the fact traditional TV was dead. A new generation has begun consuming content in a very different way

Stream if you want to go faster: how Netflix and friends killed off the TV

When Amazon bought Twitch.tv for $970m last year, it crystallised the fact traditional TV was dead. A new generation has begun consuming content in a very different way

Business The process of bringing drugs to market can be long, expensive, and arduous. BioCity, based in Nottingham and across the UK, aims to make it all that easier

What does it take to bring a drug to market?

The process of bringing drugs to market can be long, expensive, and arduous. BioCity, based in Nottingham and across the UK, aims to make it all that easier

Business The New Economy speaks with Dr Richard Swart, director of UC Berkeley’s research programme on innovative entrepreneurial finance to find out more about the crowdfunding scene

Crowdfunding is not just about the money

The New Economy speaks with Dr Richard Swart, director of UC Berkeley’s research programme on innovative entrepreneurial finance to find out more about the crowdfunding scene

Business Governments, economists and financial institutions are all calling for a cull of cash, but Aaran Fronda doesn’t think the benefits of a cashless society outweigh what we stand to lose

A cashless world will make us bad with money

Governments, economists and financial institutions are all calling for a cull of cash, but Aaran Fronda doesn’t think the benefits of a cashless society outweigh what we stand to lose

Business How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Fintech: resupplying the supply chain

How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Business As ‘bad’ biofuels affect global food supplies, now is the time for the industry to invest in alternatives

Rise of the big, bad biofuel industry

As ‘bad’ biofuels affect global food supplies, now is the time for the industry to invest in alternatives

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Business Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn has signed a deal with India's Maharashtra state to build a $5bn facility in the next five years

Foxconn announces $5bn India investment

Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn has signed a deal with India’s Maharashtra state to build a $5bn facility in the next five years

Business Brands must rethink what it is to be luxurious in the digital age or risk alienating the connected consumer

Digital: the one fashion luxury brands can’t keep up with

Brands must rethink what it is to be luxurious in the digital age or risk alienating the connected consumer

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