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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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Technology "Today, two clever kids can do what you needed entire corporations to do three years ago," says SAP's Global Vice President

Sven Denecken: Embrace the digital economy or be left behind

“Today, two clever kids can do what you needed entire corporations to do three years ago,” says SAP’s Global Vice President

Business Portfolio manager Brad Lamensdorf says general market instability from Black Monday’s price correction will undermine investor confidence more than the Chinese government’s decision to curtail short selling

Lamensdorf: Chinese limit on short selling is the right move given excessive leveraging

Portfolio manager Brad Lamensdorf says general market instability from Black Monday’s price correction will undermine investor confidence more than the Chinese government’s decision to curtail short selling

Business Economist Jerome Booth argues the RMB’s devaluation says more about the rising value of the dollar than a massive market correction in China

Booth: RMB drop more a de-pegging from US dollar than onset of a currency war

Economist Jerome Booth argues the RMB’s devaluation says more about the rising value of the dollar than a massive market correction in China

Business Much of Africa requires a great deal of infrastructural reform should it’s future prosper, says author Tom Burgis

Funding Africa’s future: If they build it will they come?

Much of Africa requires a great deal of infrastructural reform should it’s future prosper, says author Tom Burgis

Business The New Economy speaks with Shaily Mittal, MNI Indicator Economist to find out what industries are pushing India forward

Manufacturing and investments drive India

The New Economy speaks with Shaily Mittal, MNI Indicator Economist to find out what industries are pushing India forward

Videos Economist specialising in Asia says the threat to China is more inward focused than regional or even global

Black Monday: Chinese market instability not a repeat of Asian Tiger Crisis

Economist specialising in Asia says the threat to China is more inward focused than regional or even global

Business The process of bringing drugs to market can be long, expensive, and arduous. BioCity, based in Nottingham and across the UK, aims to make it all that easier

What does it take to bring a drug to market?

The process of bringing drugs to market can be long, expensive, and arduous. BioCity, based in Nottingham and across the UK, aims to make it all that easier

Business The New Economy speaks with Dr Richard Swart, director of UC Berkeley’s research programme on innovative entrepreneurial finance to find out more about the crowdfunding scene

Crowdfunding is not just about the money

The New Economy speaks with Dr Richard Swart, director of UC Berkeley’s research programme on innovative entrepreneurial finance to find out more about the crowdfunding scene

Technology Adding athletic, muscular definition with technology and technique

Six pack or 1080-pack? Exploring high definition lipo-sculpture

Adding athletic, muscular definition with technology and technique

Business How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Fintech: resupplying the supply chain

How are technological innovations changing the financial landscape, and why are many institutions falling behind?

Videos A more fluid, responsive manufacturing process is compelling technocrats to incorporate feedback into design cycles

Drive profits through technical empathy in manufacturing

A more fluid, responsive manufacturing process is compelling technocrats to incorporate feedback into design cycles

Technology Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation hopes to find matching commercial funding to invest in its successful start-ups

“Bet on the jockey, not the horse”: HKSTP launches $6.5m fund for tech start-ups

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation hopes to find matching commercial funding to invest in its successful start-ups

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