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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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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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Strategy Governments are agreed on the importance of education, but increased schooling is not enough to boost the wealth of individuals or nations

We don’t need no education (to grow the economy)

Governments are agreed on the importance of education, but increased schooling is not enough to boost the wealth of individuals or nations

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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

Featured Toyota has recalled another 625,000 hybrid cars in relation to a software fault, adding to the 8.1 million Takata withdrawals earlier this year and heaping further pressure on the automaker

Toyota recalls more cars after software glitch

Toyota has recalled another 625,000 hybrid cars in relation to a software fault, adding to the 8.1 million Takata withdrawals earlier this year and heaping further pressure on the automaker

Strategy It's a false economy for businesses to scrimp on their cybersecurity. A holistic approach is what's need to guarantee computer safety, and much more

Never underestimate the threat of cybersecurity attacks

It’s a false economy for businesses to scrimp on their cybersecurity. A holistic approach is what’s need to guarantee computer safety, and much more

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Strategy Microsoft has announced that it will write down its Nokia acquisition and cut 7,800 jobs, primarily in the phone business

Microsoft makes job cuts as Nokia mobile unit suffers

Microsoft has announced that it will write down its Nokia acquisition and cut 7,800 jobs, primarily in the phone business

Strategy Toyota’s first female managing officer has stepped down little over a month after her appointment in the wake of a drugs scandal

Toyota exec resigns over drugs scandal

Toyota’s first female managing officer has stepped down little over a month after her appointment in the wake of a drugs scandal

Featured In what is fast proving a nervy period for underperforming Japanese companies, Sony’s shareholders have chosen to keep Kazuo Hirai on as CEO

Sony gives CEO another chance

In what is fast proving a nervy period for underperforming Japanese companies, Sony’s shareholders have chosen to keep Kazuo Hirai on as CEO

Strategy Former Nokia-CEO Stephen Elop is the biggest name to be leaving Microsoft, as the company looks to align its engineering teams with its strategy

Elop departs as part of Microsoft reshuffle

Former Nokia-CEO Stephen Elop is the biggest name to be leaving Microsoft, as the company looks to align its engineering teams with its strategy

Strategy SoftBank continues its investment run, this time by ploughing $1bn into South Korea's burgeoning e-commerce market

SoftBank invests $1bn in Korean e-commerce site

SoftBank continues its investment run, this time by ploughing $1bn into South Korea’s burgeoning e-commerce market

Strategy Pinterest ventures into ecommerce with the introduction of a “Buy it” button to its online pinboard service

Pinterest finally gets money hungry with “Buy it” button

Pinterest ventures into ecommerce with the introduction of a “Buy it” button to its online pinboard service

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