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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

What will the Nicaragua Canal mean for locals?

Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

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

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Technology The industrial revolution isn't over, says AGCO, with hundreds of millions of farmers yet to mechanise worldwide

Technology fuels agricultural growth

The industrial revolution isn’t over, says AGCO, with hundreds of millions of farmers yet to mechanise worldwide

Technology Technology is constantly changing and evolving. 3D printing has revolutionised everything

3D printers: the third industrial revolution

Technology is constantly changing and evolving. 3D printing has revolutionised everything

Business Justice systems are at the heart of any democracy – but usually tend to be expensive and not always efficient

Does incarceration pay?

Justice systems are at the heart of any democracy – but usually tend to be expensive and not always efficient

Business Cuba and North Korea have had close ties for decades. Will the softening relationship with the US and Cuba change things?

NK/Cuba, last men standing as red tide breaks?

Cuba and North Korea have had close ties for decades. Will the softening relationship with the US and Cuba change things?

Business Technology insider says Alibaba and Yahoo Japan only offer a temporary solution to the company’s long-term revenue dilemma

Carlson: Alibaba fails to offer Yahoo cover from struggling core business

Technology insider says Alibaba and Yahoo Japan only offer a temporary solution to the company’s long-term revenue dilemma

Strategy Pharmaceutical executive discusses how the lack of government incentives on pricing has led to a disconnect between need and cost in drug pricing strategies

Pharmaceutical developer: pricing should “always be on a value basis”

Pharmaceutical executive discusses how the lack of government incentives on pricing has led to a disconnect between need and cost in drug pricing strategies

Strategy Academic argues humanitarian concerns supersede potential economic losses that Ukraine will face following severed ties with Russia

Turning away from Russia: Ukrainians willing to pay massive economic price

Academic argues humanitarian concerns supersede potential economic losses that Ukraine will face following severed ties with Russia

Business Anti-corruption is a major enterprise in India. In 2009 a huge anti-corruption movement was spearheaded across the county, which saw the start of a type of public ombudsman committee

Corruption: name and shame is the name of the game

Anti-corruption is a major enterprise in India. In 2009 a huge anti-corruption movement was spearheaded across the county, which saw the start of a type of public ombudsman committee

Business Technology insider says Yahoo’s executive could eventually be replaced

Has Marissa Mayer run out of time?

Technology insider says Yahoo’s executive could eventually be replaced

Business Online banking is still quite a new phenomenon, which may be why there's been a lot of fraud

Protect the banks and standardise regulations

Online banking is still quite a new phenomenon, which may be why there’s been a lot of fraud

Business Academic debates why North Korea’s authoritarian leadership is turning a blind eye to free market-inspired activity

North Korea’s turbulent won: economic secrets of the hermit kingdom

Academic debates why North Korea’s authoritarian leadership is turning a blind eye to free market-inspired activity

Business Economist argues Americans ‘screaming loudly’ will ignite similar discussions globally

Will the US wage protests spread internationally?

Economist argues Americans ‘screaming loudly’ will ignite similar discussions globally

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