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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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Technology Leading innovators from around the globe will gather in London this month to exchange ideas at 2016’s Finovate Europe

Finovate Europe returns to London

Leading innovators from around the globe will gather in London this month to exchange ideas at 2016’s Finovate Europe

Technology Banks may have been contemptuous of bitcoin, but that's changing as they realise how much time and money they could save with blockchain

JPMorgan has its own blockchain project

Banks may have been contemptuous of bitcoin, but that’s changing as they realise how much time and money they could save with blockchain

Technology According to The Industries of the Future, in the next ten years robots will “walk the streets with us, work in the cubicle next to ours” and even "take our elderly parents for a walk”

In 10 years’ time, will a robot be doing your job?

According to The Industries of the Future, in the next ten years robots will “walk the streets with us, work in the cubicle next to ours” and even “take our elderly parents for a walk”

Technology The world's newest trillion-dollar industry, the internet, was created out of computer code. The next will be created out of genetic code

Former Clinton advisor says genomics will impact us all

The world’s newest trillion-dollar industry, the internet, was created out of computer code. The next will be created out of genetic code

Technology The company has laid out plans for its drone delivery system, which could see packages delivered in less than 30 minutes

Amazon executive sheds light on drone delivery programme

The company has laid out plans for its drone delivery system, which could see packages delivered in less than 30 minutes

Business From the Dragons Den to a renowned entrepreneur – Lex Deak has been known for his unconventional and innovative ways of raising finance, including the private investment club Qventures

The crowdfunding era is upon us

From the Dragons Den to a renowned entrepreneur – Lex Deak has been known for his unconventional and innovative ways of raising finance, including the private investment club Qventures

Technology The US military is developing a neural implant that will let your brain control and communicate with computer systems

DARPA’s neural implant will make brain-computer interfacing a practical reality

The US military is developing a neural implant that will let your brain control and communicate with computer systems

Technology What does Blackberry’s rise and fall say about innovation and the changing technology landscape today?

Tech: the mother of all disruptors

What does Blackberry’s rise and fall say about innovation and the changing technology landscape today?

Technology The technology industry is making it clear that, in future, you won’t have to drive a car if you don’t want to

Self-driving cars will divide the world

The technology industry is making it clear that, in future, you won’t have to drive a car if you don’t want to

Technology "We try to add the most sophisticated knowledge-related employment to our region," says Utrecht Science Park director Floris de Gelder

Utrecht Science Park brings innovation and employment to the city of Utrecht

“We try to add the most sophisticated knowledge-related employment to our region,” says Utrecht Science Park director Floris de Gelder

Technology The market for wearable technology is expected to reach $70bn this year. Despite that fantastic growth, the potential for wearables in healthcare has been overlooked

The wearable technology market is still undervalued

The market for wearable technology is expected to reach $70bn this year. Despite that fantastic growth, the potential for wearables in healthcare has been overlooked

Technology Developments in deep brain stimulation could help us learn more about the networks that cause mental disorders

Deep brain stimulation could treat Parkinson’s and OCD

Developments in deep brain stimulation could help us learn more about the networks that cause mental disorders

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