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For Boston, landing the Amazon headquarters would be a success, but some in Eastie worry it will exacerbate surging property prices https://t.co/gpDuvgUZPL
A little-known academic and lawyer with virtually no political experience may be Italy's next leader, allowing party leaders to potentially act as the powers behind the throne. https://t.co/A3RfWpjUs4
Since its 2018 edition, our Gender-Equality Index is sector neutral, welcoming participation from companies in all industries. https://t.co/pzHAMm4BVr #BloombergGEI
Having more data on how companies approach gender #equality helps corporations raise capital, widen their investor base, and measure progress. The #BloombergGEI is now open for 2019 participation. Know more:
Re-using our Earth's resources is good for the environment, and good for business.
If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. Leveraging Bloomberg's Global Data and our Gender Equality Index, 400+ solution-driven leaders convened at our inaugural @Bloomberg Business of Equality summit to address diversity & inclusion in the workforce. https://t.co/ZgSdx70W1f 3
'You can serve the interests of your employees and do what’s right for the planet and still make great margins' https://t.co/nHcNZLPMMe
Kensington & Chelsea is aiming to sell down shares in the London council's pension fund and move money into commercial property instead — a move one stockbroker said was a 'punchy call' https://t.co/BJ8paOzd8K
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Fifty shades of Greyhound: How a German startup is trying to sex up the American bus industry https://t.co/LXYD1NgjFl
WE’RE HIRING. The Economist is seeking two Digital Designers—view the full job specs here: Web/Apps https://t.co/QcLcLvWGKu
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The full digitisation of the paperwork associated with moving cargo across borders would do more to boost international trade and economic growth than eliminating all the world's tariffs https://t.co/X0p19LWghx
True to its title, the Palme d’Or was stolen by “Shoplifters” while everyone was looking the other way https://t.co/R0iueYSqzE
The languages spoken by ethnic-Han Chinese belong to half a dozen main groups https://t.co/kOplj7R8mK
Yangon's city government has unveiled a new plan for the metropolis that aims to improve power supply and other critical infrastructure components to help to accelerate economic growth. Read more: https://t.co/TprHkZhJlq
Staying in the comfort zone for too long can lead to a business becoming obsolete. Innovating beyond the comfort zone is the only way of leading the change over time. Read more in EIU Consumer's latest report: https://t.co/uK9Gc7Be0k
South Africa's Democratic Alliance faces a series of challenges in advance of the 2019 general election, including internal divisions and the changed political atmosphere since the ruling ANC installed Cyril Ramaphosa as the new president. Read more: https://t.co/Nc5yaVS1Vh
How can organisations evolve, to allow other departments to help finance professionals execute on corporate finance strategy? Click below to learn more. (Via @Coupa) https://t.co/vRGqu7t1Ng
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With the rapid progression of #cloudcomputing in #China, Junsheng Hao, CTO of Digital China Group believes the coming decade will be a golden period for the cloud computing industry. Watch video here> https://t.co/yyUhNL8hx0 @Red_Hat_APAC