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This time automation and artificial intelligence are a game changer for your job. Read why.

Opinions differ on just how much of an impact automation and AI will have on the global economy while investment in this area is not slowing down. Spending in automation  is expected to surge to almost $232bn by 2025 compared to an estimated $12.4bn today.
Does the Chines dragon still breathes fire?REUTERS/Neil Hall

As debt rises and the economy slows, economists ponder what the future holds for China's historic rise to global powerhouse.
"Given that we know more about bitcoin, the size of the market, the futures contracts, that could lead to a moderation in bitcoin’s volatility.”

The price of the original and most valuable cryptocurrency tends to move in tandem with the broader market for “altcoins”, such as Ripple, Litecoin and Ethereum. But as the crypto bubble has largely burst, divergence in prices has emerged
Bangers and mash might cost us a pretty penny post Brexit. Image: shutterstock.com

What Hard Brexit Could Mean For the UK Food Price and Industry. One major worry is the potentially chaotic impact on the UK’s food sector. The industry counts as the UK’s biggest manufacturing sector. Brexit could mean Major Disruption and Rotten Fruit.
Protesters hold signs behind Richard Fuld, chairman and chief executive of Lehman Brothers Holdings. Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Ten years after the financial global financial crisis that made thousands of Americans homeless and millions of Europeans jobless, experts fear that a new crisis - even tougher - is just around the corner.
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, attends the launching the new generation of its smartphone, Huawei P20, in Paris

For the first time two Chinese companies made the world’s top 10 most valuable brands, but the country has a long list of other firms that are waiting in the wings.
Dozens of cardboard cutouts of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg are seen during an Avaazorg protest outside the US Capitol in Washington

As Facebook lurches from one controversy to another and skittish investors place the stock under pressure, questions remain whether the 14-year old company can maintain its stronghold as the world’s largest social network.
Protester hold placards Saltires and EU flags during a demonstration to demand a vote on the Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union in Edinburgh Scotland

As the UK’s business community anxiously follows Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations, a study has raised new concerns about the cost of trading tariffs after Britain leaves the EU.
Ron Clark Academy 6th grader De Ja Little 12 joins classmates in watching the film Black Panther at Atlantic Station theaters in Atlanta

The movie business is celebrating the blockbuster global smash hit that is Black Panther, the first huge superhero movie with a lead black actor, and Wonder Woman. There are huge implications for the future of movies. Commercial success abounds, but there are still massive challenges around gender, race and politics.