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The world is in pieces. No longer the preserve of two competing global powers – or even a single triumphant

Nouriel Roubini and Brunello Rosa: The Makings of a 2020 Recession and Financial Crisis

As we mark the decennial of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, there are still ongoing debates about the causes and

Blockchain Technology Proves Its Point

Blockchain is playing its part in the unfolding Fourth Industrial Revolution.But this key technology – that powers and sustains Bitcoin

Maserati on Value Creation: Trident Badge and a Heady Rumble Mean Business, On the Road and In the Showroom

How many syllables would you like with your supercar? One? Porsche will do nicely. Two? Bentley, please. Three? Ferrari, of

As Cryptocurrencies Tank: The Future of Blockchain is Hard Asset-Backed

New type Asset Backed Tokens (ABT) ICOs are part of the value creation of the future for blockchain technology. Ridding

Is AI the Future for Spreadsheets?

By Gianluca Bisceglie Until just a few years ago, there was no real alternative to Excel. If you wanted to

Tim O’Reilly: Coding for the Masses

Founder and CEO Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Media is not at all surprised that Google, Facebook, and Apple are struggling

Natarajan Chandrasekaran: Ensuring Tata Group’s Future

India’s largest business by revenue, Tata Group comprises no less than 289 businesses that together have just breached the $100bn

PwC: Nigerian Report on Ease of Doing Business

In 2016, the Nigerian economy was in a recession recording negative growth of 1.5%. This was mainly triggered by the

Book Review: The Neighborhood by Mario Vargas Llosa

Missed Opportunity These are not the best of times for Peruvian novelist and Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa. A liberal

RegTech to the Rescue

The banking and other parts of the financial services industry are undergoing an all-encompassing digital transformation. Soon, disruptive technologies will

Kenneth Rogoff: Are Emerging Markets the Canary in the Financial Coal Mine?

Are brewing exchange-rate and debt crises in Argentina and Turkey localised events without broader implications? Or are they early warning