The internet is abuzz after the Philippines’ controversial president Rodrigo Duterte claimed on Monday to have killed suspected drug leaders while mayor of Davao City, a position held before assuming the presidency.
Technology is evolving and changing faster than ever before and businesses need to prepare for these changes. In 2016 we saw some amazing innovations in big data, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, VR, etc. Here’s what we will see in 2017.
The automation revolution is no longer a sci-fi dream – but millions of jobs may go, fuelling yet more alienation and dismay
The future is here – not in the shape of Facebook, Twitter and all the rest, but in a drastic change to one of civilisation’s basic requirements: getting humans from place to place. On Wednesday, Uber added a second American city to an experiment that will soon expand: having already done so in Pittsburgh, it transported paying customers around San Francisco in cabs whose every move was controlled by computer.
Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of Coca Cola, announced December 9 he would leave the CEO post next year. Will his policies supporting women remain in place?
US authorities accuse six makers of generic drugs of fixing the price of antibiotics and a diabetes medicine.
Ratan Tata to step down sooner than expected as Tata’s interim chairman
How to Cure the Globalization Backlash Many thought leaders in the United States and Europe are trying to come to grips with the globalization backlash taking place on both sides of the Atlantic. While I don’t share the views of the de-globalization crowd, I think it’s important to understand their thinking—and not […]
To solve your gift-giving woes, I reached out to industry insiders from the realm of luxury travel, jewellery, fashion and even fitness, to see how we can all achieve a little luxury for less this festive season.
‘The Star Wars’ franchise is moving forward, leaving the bad memories of the prequels behind. But were they really that terrible?