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According to the Financial Times, Paris is the big trading winner in a post-Brexit Europe. While Emmanuel Macron organized a big meeting two weeks ago at the biggest start-up incubator Station F, it seems that tech companies are attracted by French tax reforms.
The previously online-only bookshop has expanded aggressively into brick-and-mortar retail, which is reeling from inflation. Analysts say Amazon's technology gives it an edge, but there are privacy concerns
What will Christmas 2018 bring for Britain's struggling retailers? We examine the latest aspects of online shopping, including omnichannel selling, personalisation and the use of AI.
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.
As debt rises and the economy slows, economists ponder what the future holds for China's historic rise to global powerhouse.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.