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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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Featured Here we take a look at some of the Kickstarter projects that have either failed to fulfil their pledges or, for whatever reason, left backers feeling sore

Five kickstarter projects that haven’t gone anywhere

Here we take a look at some of the Kickstarter projects that have either failed to fulfil their pledges or, for whatever reason, left backers feeling sore

Featured The recent bear in Chinese markets has left stocks undervalued due to traders overlooking fundamentals for macroeconomic data

Buy Chinese stocks, says Goldman Sachs

The recent bear in Chinese markets has left stocks undervalued due to traders overlooking fundamentals for macroeconomic data

Strategy German carmaker is yet another major manufacturer to enter the growing electric car market

Audi takes on Tesla with electric SUV

German carmaker is yet another major manufacturer to enter the growing electric car market

Strategy A dramatic trend of sophisticated cyber-attacks has emerged, bringing to light the urgent need for all organisations to boost security

Firms’ lack of knowledge puts them dangerously at risk of cyber attacks

A dramatic trend of sophisticated cyber-attacks has emerged, bringing to light the urgent need for all organisations to boost security

Strategy More and more of our personal space is being invaded and sold online. Is it too late to turn the tide?

Getting too personal? Marketeers trade in our data

More and more of our personal space is being invaded and sold online. Is it too late to turn the tide?

Strategy Japan could soon launch a robot revolution, and, in doing so, relieve some of the pressure weighing down on its shrinking labour force

How do you like me Nao? Robots come to take Japanese jobs

Japan could soon launch a robot revolution, and, in doing so, relieve some of the pressure weighing down on its shrinking labour force

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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Featured International financial institution unveils new project aimed at tackling inadequate sanitation services for 800,000 Egyptians living near the Nile Delta

World Bank to improve sanitation for poorest Egyptians

International financial institution unveils new project aimed at tackling inadequate sanitation services for 800,000 Egyptians living near the Nile Delta

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 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

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