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Technology Ballmer’s decision to step down as director has brought an end to the former CEO’s 34-year association with the company

Ballmer quits Microsoft’s board after 34 years at the top

Ballmer’s decision to step down as director has brought an end to the former CEO’s 34-year association with the company

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Technology The New Economy speaks to Dr John Ashton, President of the UK Faculty of Public Health, to ask whether the pharmaceutical industry needs to invest more in curing diseases seen to be less profitable

Is the pharma industry washing its hands of Ebola? | Video

The New Economy speaks to Dr John Ashton, President of the UK Faculty of Public Health, to ask whether the pharmaceutical industry needs to invest more in curing diseases seen to be less profitable

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Technology The New Economy takes a look at Nuke, the special effects technology taking Hollywood by storm

Nuke Technology transforms the film industry | Video

The New Economy takes a look at Nuke, the special effects technology taking Hollywood by storm

Technology The New Economy speaks to Scott DeFelice, CEO of Oxford Performance Materials, to find out how his company is transforming industries such as healthcare and aerospace through 3D printing

Replacing body parts with 3D printing: how one company is bringing hope to patients across the globe | Video

The New Economy speaks to Scott DeFelice, CEO of Oxford Performance Materials, to find out how his company is transforming industries such as healthcare and aerospace through 3D printing

Technology Profits of tech giant fall by seven percent, but the company remains optimistic about its long-term strategy

Microsoft profits slump, but CEO remains optimistic about future

Profits of tech giant fall by seven percent, but the company remains optimistic about its long-term strategy

Technology A slowing smartphone market combined with a strong Korean currency and the rise of local competitors has cut Samsung’s profits for a third consecutive quarter

Samsung’s profits fall again as smartphone market declines

A slowing smartphone market combined with a strong Korean currency and the rise of local competitors has cut Samsung’s profits for a third consecutive quarter

Technology Streamlining costs and increasing provision are the two biggest hurdles facing the global healthcare industry. One firm believes 3D printing and additive manufacturing are the answers to both

Interview: printed prosthetics to disrupt healthcare industry

Streamlining costs and increasing provision are the two biggest hurdles facing the global healthcare industry. One firm believes 3D printing and additive manufacturing are the answers to both

Technology As part of a trend towards consolidation in the digital music space, Google has acquired the music streaming service Songza

Google gets musical with purchase of streaming service Songza

As part of a trend towards consolidation in the digital music space, Google has acquired the music streaming service Songza

Technology The New Economy speaks to Carlos Lambro, Brand President of New Holland Agriculture, about the company's drive towards more environmentally-friendly farming

New Holland Agriculture: ‘sustainability is the future’ for farming industry | Video

The New Economy speaks to Carlos Lambro, Brand President of New Holland Agriculture, about the company’s drive towards more environmentally-friendly farming

Technology Police in the UK, and worldwide, are using 3D scanning technology in their crime scene investigation process

Police join 3D technology revolution with crime scene scanner

Police in the UK, and worldwide, are using 3D scanning technology in their crime scene investigation process

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Technology Rotterdam is one of the safest ports in the world, and that’s partly due to its progressive approach to water management

Rotterdam’s water management gives rise to exceptional city

Rotterdam is one of the safest ports in the world, and that’s partly due to its progressive approach to water management

Technology The newest addition to the Nokia X series underlines Microsoft’s commitment to services ahead of its operating system business

Microsoft unveils first Nokia Android handset – the X2

The newest addition to the Nokia X series underlines Microsoft’s commitment to services ahead of its operating system business

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