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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 New Economy speaks with Daniel Foster, co-founder of 34SP.com on the controversial .sucks domains

Does your brand .sucks?

The New Economy speaks with Daniel Foster, co-founder of 34SP.com on the controversial .sucks domains

Technology New cancer immunotherapy CLBS20 moves into its phase three trial after statistically significant and greatly consistent phase two

Caladrius Biosciences: Teaching immune systems how to recognise and fight cancer

New cancer immunotherapy CLBS20 moves into its phase three trial after statistically significant and greatly consistent phase two

Business New technologies FFR and IVUS will complement the conventional angiogram in treating heart disease, explains Michele Perrino

Philips-Volcano acquisition sets stage for cardiac imaging innovations

New technologies FFR and IVUS will complement the conventional angiogram in treating heart disease, explains Michele Perrino

Technology The New Economy speaks with Daniel Priestley author of Oversubscribed to find out how to explore and exploit the latest technologies

Inspecting tech: it’s not a game anymore

The New Economy speaks with Daniel Priestley author of Oversubscribed to find out how to explore and exploit the latest technologies

Business Firms should allocate resources according to future opportunities not those enjoyed in the past, says Richard Dobbs

Take a chance on the future of business

Firms should allocate resources according to future opportunities not those enjoyed in the past, says Richard Dobbs

Technology Transport Research Laboratory Academy Director Dr Nick Reed says insurance and gas companies are investing heavily in the next wave of transportation

Big business gears up for driverless cars hitting European streets

Transport Research Laboratory Academy Director Dr Nick Reed says insurance and gas companies are investing heavily in the next wave of transportation

Technology Iranian tech leader says learning to navigate the political landscape in Iran has boosted her business

Daneshvar: Political sanctions have boosted Iranian tech entrepreneurs

Iranian tech leader says learning to navigate the political landscape in Iran has boosted her business

Energy

Turkish infrastructure embraces nuclear future

How important is nuclear energy to Turkey considering its energy demands are growing more than any other European country? Come back later for a full …

Business Economist Edward Hugh argues Spain is in a much more depressed state than mainstream media and national politicians are revealing

Is Spain’s economic comeback kid reputation overrated?

Economist Edward Hugh argues Spain is in a much more depressed state than mainstream media and national politicians are revealing

Business The New Economy asks economist Louis Gave of GaveKal Dragonomics if the Yuan’s growth in international markets is a sign that the Middle Kingdom will dominate global economics

Chinese neighbours boost Yuan

The New Economy asks economist Louis Gave of GaveKal Dragonomics if the Yuan’s growth in international markets is a sign that the Middle Kingdom will dominate global economics

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

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