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Uber has been a major success story, reaching a valuation of $50bn after just five years. But it’s not been a smooth ride and the firm is engaged in regulatory battles around the world

What problems does Uber currently face?

Uber has been a major success story, reaching a valuation of $50bn after just five years. But it’s not been a smooth ride and the firm is engaged in regulatory battles around the world

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

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Strategy As companies pump increasing investment into digital marketing, consumers are inundated with more and more content. The ad industry is changing, and its quality is being sacrificed

Advertising has evolved – businesses need to catch up or they risk total irrelevance

As companies pump increasing investment into digital marketing, consumers are inundated with more and more content. The ad industry is changing, and its quality is being sacrificed

Strategy Higher minimum wage levels are viewed with caution by shareholders and investors, but they could actually provide a financial boost

A higher minimum wage benefits all parties – employers need to look at the figures

Higher minimum wage levels are viewed with caution by shareholders and investors, but they could actually provide a financial boost

Strategy As technology advances, so do the ways we shop, and small businesses are best equipped to reap the benefits of a dynamic marketplace

Small businesses a great fit for the new nimble marketplace

As technology advances, so do the ways we shop, and small businesses are best equipped to reap the benefits of a dynamic marketplace

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Strategy Marketing has lost its personal side, focusing on data harvesting and not on forming a bond. Personalised communications look set to change that

Personalised communications look set to shake advertising out of its slumber

Marketing has lost its personal side, focusing on data harvesting and not on forming a bond. Personalised communications look set to change that

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Strategy The 47th meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos will be unable to ignore growing disillusionment with the globalisation project

Globalisation will be the talk of the town in Davos, as the WEF begins

The 47th meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos will be unable to ignore growing disillusionment with the globalisation project

Strategy Stretching the entire width of the US, the Sun Belt has been the country's biggest post-war success, though the states that comprise it are now moving in different directions

The Sun Belt shines for US tech and manufacturing

Stretching the entire width of the US, the Sun Belt has been the country’s biggest post-war success, though the states that comprise it are now moving in different directions

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Strategy Ethical consumerism is touted as a powerful social movement capable of creating better business practices, but are the limitations of the marketplace significantly reducing its impact?

Conscious consumerism might be nothing more than lip service

Ethical consumerism is touted as a powerful social movement capable of creating better business practices, but are the limitations of the marketplace significantly reducing its impact?

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Strategy Abandonment of arts and social science subjects will rob the next generation of the priceless lessons of history. Public universities must realise their role as more than just knowledge creators

Maintaining the arts and social sciences should be a higher education priority

Abandonment of arts and social science subjects will rob the next generation of the priceless lessons of history. Public universities must realise their role as more than just knowledge creators

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Strategy With urbanisation continuing apace, Utrecht is leading the way in finding solutions to how to live healthily in a city

Utrecht is leading the way in terms of healthy city living

With urbanisation continuing apace, Utrecht is leading the way in finding solutions to how to live healthily in a city

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Strategy The Lonsdale Consortium has acquired a 50-year lease on Australia’s biggest port, thanks to a $7.3bn bid that far exceeded expectations

Port of Melbourne leased to Lonsdale consortium for $7.3bn

The Lonsdale Consortium has acquired a 50-year lease on Australia’s biggest port, thanks to a $7.3bn bid that far exceeded expectations

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Strategy The microblogging site is expanding its video advertising programme, allowing users to monetise their creations

Twitter users to profit from their videos

The microblogging site is expanding its video advertising programme, allowing users to monetise their creations

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Strategy Amid the ongoing battle with terrorist organisations, EU powers urge the European Commission to ban end-to-end encryption

France and Germany call for encryption ban

Amid the ongoing battle with terrorist organisations, EU powers urge the European Commission to ban end-to-end encryption

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