Where are We Going? Nowhere, Fast, According to Travel and Tourism Stats

Whether domestic or international, business or pleasure, travel is an integral part of modern life — no longer just a luxury for the wealthy. The rise of the affluent middle class, and increased access to global networks, have caused a

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Clarisse Merlet: Building a Better Future, One FabBRICK at a Time

The fashion industry is known for glitz and glamour — but it’s one of the biggest polluters on the planet. According to a report from the UN Environment Programme, it’s responsible for an estimated eight percent of global carbon emissions,

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Anthony Scaramucci: Mooching Towards Washington, With No Polyester Suits in Sight

Entrepreneur and author Anthony Scaramucci has seen plenty of ups and downs — and the US presidency may not be out of his reach, despite an unfortunate beginning to his political career. Quintessential New Yorker Anthony Scaramucci was former US

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Shock and Ore — India’s Love of Gold Goes Beyond Market Prices

Gold is considered the most valuable of all the precious metals — especially in Indian culture. While the fabulous ore holds value around the world, Indians often keep it for reasons that extend beyond monetary worth. Its purity makes it

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The Road to Decarbonisation

The transition to zero emissions will involve three simultaneous economic processes: change in the relative prices of goods and services, with prices starting to reflect the intensity of emissions of carbon; labour relocation; and asset value scrapping. The socioeconomic return

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Cartica’s Triple Threat: Three Women Leading the Way on Emerging Markets and ESG

Teresa Barger had a dream: to build an investment firm with high-performing individuals and passionate investors who put the needs and goals of clients first. A positive, collaborative culture was a non-negotiable part of that dream. Barger grew up in

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Glued to the Box, or Linked to a Laptop? Streaming is Up-ending Entertainment

Digital consumer habits are reshaping the entertainment industry. A recent report by consulting firm Deloitte found that UK residents are now more likely than ever to have multiple subscription-based, on-demand services for film, TV, and video games. That shift, and

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Spain NAB: ‘Impact-Washing…? It’s a Thing, and to be Avoided at All Costs

The Spanish impact investment market is catching the eye of mainstream financiers — with increasing frequency. With that attention comes the risk of “impact-washing”, which — according to the GIIN’s latest annual survey — ranks as the main challenge for

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Cartica Management’s Powerful Combination: Investment Acumen, ESG Engagement, and Diverse Leadership

“Many emerging market companies have good ESG practices, but through active engagement we can improve disclosure around these practices to unlock value and ignite a cycle of positive change,” said Emily Alejos, Chief Investment Officer of Cartica Management. Through their

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All the World is But a Console, and Gaming Sector is Thriving

The at-home entertainment industry has thrived as enforced isolation and diminished human contact have drawn more people into gaming. Steam, the most popular online PC game store, has an unprecedented number of concurrent users — 20 million of them —

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