Think Big: Economic Diversification Drive Meets Future

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the scene of undertakings on a massive scale – not quite appropriate for those accustomed to a more...

Science-Based Emissions Targets: A New Foundation for Corporate Climate Action

Corporate emissions-reduction targets have become commonplace. In 2014, 80% of companies that reported their emissions to CDP, an international NGO that holds the largest...

The tides they are a-changing

EVER since the Romans constructed sophisticated tide mills across the high maritime ranges of a conquered Britain, the modern world has been trying to...
Currencies paying for ICO

IC… oh, dear! Initial coin offerings can, and do, go wrong, so ‘caveat investor’

Do some Google research on ICOs and you will immediately hear the faint, but unmistakable, clang of warning bells. Bells that almost – but...
Emma Walmsley - CEO of GSK

Emma’s marvellous medicine

GlaxoSmithKline’s mighty empire faces a new chapter with the retirement of Sir Andrew Witty A MOTHER-of-four from the gritty industrial town of Barrow-in-Furness will create...
Blackberry

Hello Blackberry Way! Canada’s Tech Giant Is Making A Comeback

For years the BlackBerry was the ultimate business mobile, but a decision to pull away from making phones as the business was left in...
Business process automation

Automation will cost jobs — and create more: study

ONE IN five medium-sized businesses in the UK believes that automation will help them compete with larger rivals. Larger firms have so far been quicker...

Protecting your business and boardroom from cyber threats

In the last few months, two major cyber-attacks have hit organisations across the world – from small businesses to the NHS and big corporations...
Artificial Intelligence

Masayoshi Son: Great Business Visionary, or Deluded Dreamer?

He’s won, lost, then won a fortune again. Now he has amassed the gigantic ‘Vision Fund’ from which to spread investment around the world’s...
Speed limit signs - 50

Robotic back-seat driver bid meets opposition from Acea

AN EU SAFETY technology proposal which could theoretically save lives is being fought by car industry lobbyists, according to news reports. The European Automobile Manufacturers...