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Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

The sharks that are biting into Google’s cable systems

Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

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Business Mattel has made a number of changes to the executive leadership team in a bid to keep pace with its more successful competitors

Mattel chief executive resigns

Mattel has made a number of changes to the executive leadership team in a bid to keep pace with its more successful competitors

Business US voters in favour of splitting up the likes of Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America

Break up the big banks, say voters

US voters in favour of splitting up the likes of Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America

Business TV ratings service Nielsen is finally set to offer an online measurement service, just as networks get to grips with the internet’s potential

Television enters the digital age

TV ratings service Nielsen is finally set to offer an online measurement service, just as networks get to grips with the internet’s potential

Business We take a look at the key talking points from the final two days of Davos 2015

Davos day three and four – the main talking points

We take a look at the key talking points from the final two days of Davos 2015

Business We take a look at the first two days of the World Economic Forum and major talking points to have emerged so far

Davos day one and two – the talking points

We take a look at the first two days of the World Economic Forum and major talking points to have emerged so far

Business The New Economy speaks to Pedro Neto from Eaglestone Advisory about the company’s innovative work in Angola

Eaglestone Advisory on Angola’s bright future | Video

The New Economy speaks to Pedro Neto from Eaglestone Advisory about the company’s innovative work in Angola

Business Few traditional media outlets have enjoyed a smooth transition to digital. Amazon has ensured books have prospered. Yet attempts to capitalise on that success may end up hurting the industry more than they help

Amazon attempts to stay king of the publishing jungle

Few traditional media outlets have enjoyed a smooth transition to digital. Amazon has ensured books have prospered. Yet attempts to capitalise on that success may end up hurting the industry more than they help

Business Edible packaging could be the key to solving some of the world’s biggest environmental issues, but it will be some time before it hits the shelves – and that’s largely down to consumer attitudes

It’s consumers who are holding edible packaging back

Edible packaging could be the key to solving some of the world’s biggest environmental issues, but it will be some time before it hits the shelves – and that’s largely down to consumer attitudes

Business In a bid to strengthen trade ties with Cuba, the Obama administration has removed some of the red tape restricting US citizens from visiting the island

US eases restrictions on Cuba travel

In a bid to strengthen trade ties with Cuba, the Obama administration has removed some of the red tape restricting US citizens from visiting the island

Business The globalisation of supply chains has led to increasingly grandiose trade zones. Martin Morris looks at what this means for the Asia-Pacific

What could expanding trade zones mean for the Asia-Pacific?

The globalisation of supply chains has led to increasingly grandiose trade zones. Martin Morris looks at what this means for the Asia-Pacific

Business Governments could be losing billions in sales tax revenue as a result of e-commerce. But reclaiming those lost dollars is unpopular and hideously complex

The complexities of claiming back internet tax

Governments could be losing billions in sales tax revenue as a result of e-commerce. But reclaiming those lost dollars is unpopular and hideously complex

Business The Seasteading Institute aims to create islands of refuge where innovation will be free to flourish. Aaran Fronda looks at how floating cities could be homes for a better future

Could a future of floating cities be closer than we think?

The Seasteading Institute aims to create islands of refuge where innovation will be free to flourish. Aaran Fronda looks at how floating cities could be homes for a better future

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